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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I move up, build a barricade, and take cover behind it.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    Hard.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    Blast Proof, put H in datapad.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I increase health and shoot the embodiment.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I wonder what my black hole projector does, then shoot the embodiment.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I reload and shoot the embodiment.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I shoot the embodiment again.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I shoot the embodiment.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I shoot a Wretch.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I use my Necronomicon.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I reload my turret and heal Bio if possible.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    Sharpshooters seem pretty underpowered. Their pathetic health means that they can maybe get two shots off before they die. And their range-based abilities are useless in a game where range doesn't matter. They should have more abilities that focus on increasing damage output and taking less damage.


    I turret suppress the embodiment.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I tell the embodiment of corruption to consider the modified Köppen climate classification system, developed in 1928 by Vladimir Köppen, a German climatologist. It is a generalization of climate types, based on average monthly temperatures, precipitation and humidity, as well as latitude, but doesn't take into account temperature extremes, wind, insolation, or precipitation intensity. Its main feature is a unique nomenclature comprising a one-to-three letter code for each climate - six region groups from tropical humid to polar, each represented by a letter from A to H, then individual climates from Mediterranean to subtropical desert, and finally a conditional letter representing subtype, which is symbolic of a temperature or some other detail. Köppen's classification also includes vegetation types, as climates form gradients between each other, and vegetation amounts and types can help define boundaries. The embodiment points out some flaws in Köppen's design, however - it states that the generalized nature of the system removed details like location. For example, the Mediterranean climate occurs all along latitudes that are definitely not Mediterranean, such as areas in California, Chile, South Africa, and Western and South Australia. However, I retort that any classification system must make some generalization in order to efficiently and intuitively work properly. The embodiment is stunned by this defiance and tries firing a blast at me, but I point a magical climograph at it, sucking the embodiment into a climate. A climate, as in the A Climates used in the Köppen climate system, which include the tropical humid regions of the world.


    The embodiment of corruption finds itself somewhere between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, where the sun is directly overhead at least one day every year. There are always twelve hours in a day in this region, which takes up 36% of the Earth's surface and includes 1/3 of all humans. The embodiment can feel the oppressive moist heat, which, in the coldest month of the year, is at least 64°F daily and has an average monthwide temperature of 70-80°F. Judging from the uniform high temperatures, heavy precipitation, and local plant life, the embodiment surmises that the region it is in is the tropical rainforest, represented by Af on the Köppen scale. It traipses through the jungle, beset on all sides by common jungle tropes such as poo-flinging monkeys and stereotypical pygmy tribes. Due to maritime tropical air masses formed by heavy solar heating of the local atmosphere and of nearby ocean water, the tropical rainforest puts out 60 to 100 inches of water every year, which beats down on the embodiment's head (or uppermost body part, whatever that is). The embodiment eventually emerges from the jungle into a savanna. This is the tropical savanna, or Aw in Köppen's climate terminology. Though similar to the tropical rainforest in many aspects, it differs in that it is located within the trade wind belts just above and below the equator between 5 and 20 latitudinal degrees north and south, and is defined by wet and dry seasons due to the shifting of the Sun's direct rays. As the Earth is tilted, the insolation that strikes the tropical savanna changes from winter to summer, changing the local weather from a tropical rainforest in the summer to a more temperate clime in the winter, though it is still quite hot there. As the embodiment does not have large tree canopies to hide under, the sun's powerful rays strike it, giving it a sunburn, or some equivalent of sunburn if the embodiment doesn't have any skin to burn. Eventually, the embodiment reaches the tropical monsoonal climate, or Am. Straddling tropical coastlines, the monsoonal region has a wet and dry season, but much more extreme - in the summer, low air pressure caused by the heating of the atmosphere dominates the continental areas while high air pressure builds up in the cooler ocean waters, which creates heavy tropical winds that blow vast amounts of moisture and humidity into the monsoon-affected regions. However, the water heats up throughout the season, and when winter rolls around, the continental air becomes cold and highly pressurized while the still-hot ocean creates low air pressure, forcing all of the wet air to move back into the sea and rendering the tropical monsoonal dry. The embodiment arrives just in time for a wind blowing back from the ocean to slap it with a large gout of water. The water short-circuits the embodiment's phone, and it hastily goes to the nearest repair shop, which happens to be manned by me. I point my magic climograph at it and it sucks the embodiment into a different climate. This climate is the climate we're in now, which is some kind of alternate corruption dimension or something, I don't really know.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    I subdue the embodiment.

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    posted a message on Rise of the Coalition | That's all she wrote.

    You should show how much money we have.


    I shoot the spark of corruption.

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