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Watch Dogs: Legion - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Watch Dogs: Legion
Publisher: Ubisoft
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 75 average - 62% recommended - 91 reviews

Critic Reviews

3DNews - Алексей Лихачев - Russian - 9 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion doesn't have the main protagonist, instead we have a city full of oppressed and tired people with their own stories. Other than that this is the usual Watch Dogs game and fans of the first two should be pleased with what it can offer.
ACG - Jeremy Penter - Wait for Sale

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Ars Technica - Kyle Orland - Unscored
In the end, the London of Watch Dogs: Legion feels a mile wide but only a few feet deep. What promises to be endless variety in character choice and hack-driven gameplay options quickly boils down to the repetition of the same old gameplay and plot tropes.
Attack of the Fanboy - Diego Perez - 3.5 / 5 stars
Watch Dogs: Legion is incredibly ambitious, but the play as anyone system needs a little more work. The story suffers from the lack of a central protagonist, and it's hard to get attached to any of your characters when the character models and animations are stiff and robotic. Still, there's a lot of fun to be had in futuristic London.
BaziCenter - Bahram Bigharaz - Persian - 6.5 / 10
After so much anticipation, Watch Dogs: Legion is finally here, failing to impress. Almost every single problem that prevented the 2 previous version to reach their full potential is still there, and the ability to play as all NPCs added even more issues to the game. Yes, the world is beautiful and you have all the freedom that you want, but as a game, Watch Dogs Legion is shallow and suffers from poor level and character design. A strong contender for the most disappointing game of the year.
Bazimag - Vahid Zohrabi Nejad - Persian - 5.6 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion is yet another open-world game like other Ubisoft's games, full of great ideas, but in action, they don't have enough depth and don't perform well in general. A soulless world with poor level designs and exhausting missions make a graveyard for the series's real potential.
COGconnected - Michael Chow - 75 / 100
Overall, Watch Dogs: Legion is a fun game with a nifty new mechanic that can be utilized in different ways in the future.
Cerealkillerz - Manuel Barthes - German - 8 / 10
Until now the story of Watch Dogs was an up and down, which doesn't change that much in Watch Dogs: Legion. The energy that went into the unique recruiting mechanic leaves a lot missing in the actual game world and the story, which makes the trip to london a bit cloudy, classic british.
Cheat Code Central - Jon Gronli - 5 / 5
Even though Watch Dogs Legion already gives you an impressive amount to do as well as a lot of options on how to do it, it’s still going to be growing. I can’t wait to see what’s coming next and how It is going to affect what’s already in place. I’m also looking forward to the multiplayer component, which I’m more than willing to write about when it comes out. So, come on. Join the resistance.
Console Creatures - Luke Williams - Recommended
Watch Dogs: Legion's Play as Anyone is an exciting mechanic and post-Brexit Britain is easily the best setting yet. However, Watch Dog: Legion's brilliance is hidden behind a fair amount of smog.
Critical Hit - Darryn Bonthuys - 7.5 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is a fascinating game, massively ambitious and crawling with technology that isn't just on the bleeding edge of what's possible, it's pure magic to see unfold. All of that may sound impressive but slick software and a bustling metropolis of people power can't hide the dull gameplay and shallow approach to the sandbox shenanigans of Watch Dogs: Legion. It's still a fascinating game to experience in short bursts, and it's going to be fascinating to see how Ubisoft evolves London to make it vox pop as a next-gen headliner.
Daily Star - 4 / 5 stars
One that is very English, packed full of wild and interesting characters, each with their own story to tell.
It’s a huge step forward in that regard and one that should be celebrated as it shows a way forward for video game development.
Digital Trends - Tom Caswell - 2.5 / 5 stars
While Ubisoft presents its best open world to date, the main gameplay hook falls flat.
Digitally Downloaded - Trent P - 4 / 5 stars
What players will find when picking up Watch Dogs: Legion is a game that is prepared for a long post-launch game-as-a-service experience. The additional DLC announced so far leans into the strengths of the game and established ideas that the series does well. The beekeepers, paintball guns and magician tricks all bring a sense of playful humour to the series, but it is worth noting that anyone who is (rightfully) tired of Ubisoft's content approach to games is going to find this one a very content-driven game.
DualShockers - Ben Bayliss - 7.5 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion offers an incredibly vast recruitment system that wonderfully complements its hacking mechanics while boasting the darkest story in the series.
EGM - Michael Goroff - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion pushes through Ubisoft's generally noncommittal attitude towards storytelling and exploiting current events to create something that feels like a genuine shift, or at least the prototype of that shift. It might be a sloppy game in many regards, but Legion offers a novel way to experience an open world, with its interconnected NPCs and the introduction of permadeath to the genre.
Enternity.gr - Panagiotis Petropoulos - Greek - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is much better in terms of depth and hacking and also comes with a huge living world. It's by far the best game of the series.
Everyeye.it - Alessandro Bruni - Italian - 7.6 / 10
Ultimately, while perfectly able to offer players a good number of hours of fun, Watch Dogs Legion fails to fully realize the potential of its basic concept, yielding to the flattery of an open world model that, at the end of the console generation, loudly requires more innovation.
GAMES.CH - Benjamin Braun - German - 89 / 100
Watch Dogs Legion mostly benefits from its rich game world in futuristic London. It's also fun to build a whole army of DedSec agents, using their special abilities within fight and stealth sequences or utilizing them on solving puzzles. It's not all roses concerning story or performance on current-gen consoles. Nonetheless it's the best part of Ubisoft's open-world hacker series so far.
GRYOnline.pl - Michał Grygorcewicz - Polish - 7.5 / 10
I had really low expectations and Watch Dogs: Legion turned out to be a pleasant surprise. It’s a decent action game with some cool ideas and mechanics that yield several dozens of hours of fun, prvided you like wandering around virtual cities doing the same thing over and over again.
Gadgets 360 - Akhil Arora - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion lacks a soul. It's also a passive game, since there's no active push-and-pull. Albion took over London, and now you push them out one borough at a time.
Game Informer - Marcus Stewart - 9 / 10
Legion offers a refreshing and fun change-up to the Watch Dogs formula that succeeds in letting players forge their own path like never before
Game Revolution - Paul Tamburro - 4 / 5 stars
Watch Dogs: Legion‘s beautiful London and its array of recruitable denizens make it one of the most enjoyable games of the year.
GameMAG - Александр Логинов - Russian - 7 / 10
On the one hand Watch Dogs: Legion is a revolutionary game with ambitious open world and thousands upon thousands of characters, probably created by some kind of neural network. The gameplay is fine, and if you love original Watch Dogs, you will feel right at home with this new title. But on the other hand Legion clearly lacks a strong narrative lead.
GameOnAUS - Royce Wilson - Recommended
There are some fantastic ideas in the game which mostly work, but also require an element of metaphorically ignoring the stagehands and the suspension of disbelief may simply be too much for many players.
GamePro - Hannes Rossow, Markus Schwerdtel - German - 79 / 100
Watch Dogs: Legion relies on a unique concept that offers many possibilities, but for which many compromises are also made.
GameSkinny - Mark Delaney - 8 / 10 stars
Watch Dogs: Legion throws out a decade of Ubisoft's cluttered-map open worlds in favor of exciting systems that deliver unique emergent moments consistently.
GameSpot - Alessandro Fillari - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion struggles with tone at times, but its empowering message about unity and justice still shines in a game that is as absurd as it is impactful.
GameZone - Cade Onder - 6 / 10
While it has its moments, Watch Dogs Legion doesn't have enough to feel like a fun place to escape to. The gameplay is too repetitive and too restrictive to allow for anything tremendously exciting over a long period of time. It's a game that shows all of its tricks within the first few hours and leaves you with nothing but jank for the remainder of your playthrough.
Gameblog - Rami Bououd - French - 7 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion is a fun title with interesting and clever gameplay.
Gamerheadquarters - Jason Stettner - 7.8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is great, it features an intricately detailed open world London to explore where you can recruit basically anyone though the story could have been more intriguing and the performance while driving could have been better.
Gamersky - 不倒翁蜀黍 - Chinese - 8.5 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is the most ambitious and innovative one in the franchise. You can play as anyone and finish your job in any way. The open-world of future London is so beautiful and so well-crafted that I always can find something interesting to do.
GamesRadar+ - Alex Avard - 3.5 / 5 stars
Legion royally shakes up Watch Dogs' open-world template with a Play as Anyone mechanic that just about outweighs any headaches left by its rough edges.
GamingBolt - Shubhankar Parijat - 9 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is definitely the best game in the series so far- and dare I say, one of the most engaging and inventive open world games I have played in years.
GideonsGaming - Joseph Pugh - Unscored
Overall I'm having enough fun that I want to stop writing and go back to playing it, which is always a good sign. The recruit anyone system is working incredibly well, and it's super addictive. The simulation is impressive, even if I haven't determined how much of that simulation affects the gameplay yet. And the few design flaws haven't been enough to hinder my enjoyment after 16 hours. Here's hoping it remains that way as I continue working on my full review.
Glitched Africa - Marco Cocomello - 75 / 100
Watch Dogs Legion is not a bad game I just believe it was too ambitious for its time. The recruiting system could have been something great but instead its shallow and delivered cliche characters with no real purpose. Unfortunately, this does not help the gameplay and story much. There’s a lot of fun to be had here but if you start expecting more from it, you are going to be let down.
God is a Geek - Mick Fraser - 8.5 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion suffers from a little jank in the tank, but the recruitment system is fantastic and there's just so much to see and do. The open world is full of detail, and the whole experience is full of heart.
GotGame - Dragos Dobre - 8 / 10
The post-Brexit dystopian London is exactly the right amount of craziness and fun I was expecting from a Watch Dogs game. Even though the original recipe hasn't changed a lot in the past few years, you can see the progress they made with Watch Dogs: Legion, polishing the game with every iteration.
IGN - Dan Stapleton - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion's bold use of roguelike mechanics in an open-world action game pay off in interesting ways, making this visit to near-future London feel more varied than the previous two games.
Impulsegamer - John Werner - 4.8 / 5
Without a doubt, “Watch Dogs: Legion” ticks all the boxes required to be a true Watch Dogs game, embracing elements from both previous games while brining its own flavour to the table.
Inverse - Tomas Franzese - 7 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion pushes current-gen hardware to the limit, and suffers for it.
Life is Xbox - Dae Jim - 89 / 100
Watch Dogs Legion ‘play as everyone’ mechanic works brilliantly, this is a genre-defying feature and something that sets the game apart from its competition.
Marooners' Rock - Andrew Peggs - 8.4 / 10
Overall, I feel as if Ubisoft has dug back into what made Watch Dogs enjoyable to play. With some improvements to the overall gameplay and tweaks as time goes by, I can see others enjoying the game.
Metro GameCentral - 6 / 10
A disappointingly tame vision of a near future dystopia, that represents a perfectly competent use of the Ubisoft formula but falters in its attempts to add anything new to it.
MondoXbox - Andrea Giuliani - Italian - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion keeps the series' base mechanics while enhancing the whole formula thanks to the higher gameplay and tactical variety provided by the huge choice of agents available. This has the downside of making every character pretty forgettable though, keeping us from establishing an emotional bond with any of them.
New Game Network - Alex Varankou - 65 / 100
Being able to Play As Anyone in Watch Dogs: Legion is impressive at first, but it becomes a detriment to the core experience that's in need of revitalization. The hacking and stealth infiltrations haven't changed a bit, and with repetitive mission design and numerous technical issues, this latest chapter finds DedSec in an identity crisis.
Nexus Hub - Sahil Lala - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is more of the same Watch Dogs formula fans of the franchise have come to expect. There are additional gimmicks and features that round off the product and it’s a great game to spend time in. The mystery plot and the intrigue around finding out just who exactly Zero Day is and putting a stop to him is great and will easily keep you entertained for 50 hours or more as you explore London.
PC Gamer - Christopher Livingston - 80 / 100
Playing as anyone works great in Legion—once you've finally found the right group of anyones.
PC Invasion - Tim McDonald - 7.5 / 10
The connected, living world here is a genuine revelation, and it's well worth exploring if you're willing to mess around and make your own fun. It's just a shame that some of the vibrancy and depth of Watch Dogs 2 has been lost in the process.
PCGamesN - Dustin Bailey - 7 / 10
Richly realised systems and empowering abilities create a tremendously fun sandbox to dig into, but another toothless story ensures these flashes of brilliance never cohere, leaving Legion feeling less than the sum of its parts.
Pixel Arts - Arman Akbari - Persian - 7.5 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is a game that has been able to maintain diversity and difference among thousands of playable characters. However, along with the dynamic and detailed world, the game suffers from weakness in the design of the stages and unfortunately becomes repetitive and boring over time.
PlayStation Universe - Neil Bolt - 6 / 10
While Watch Dogs: Legion does the basics well and has a refreshing change of scenery, it moves backwards from Watch Dogs 2 in terms of characters and storytelling. It's still quite enjoyable to get up to tech-based naughtiness in London despite that, but the underlying open-world template Ubisoft keeps using ends up feeling overexposed here.
Polygon - Owen Good - Unscored
Watch Dogs: Legion’s cast of randos makes a surprisingly winning team
PowerUp! - Paul Verhoeven - 6.3 / 10
And that’s the real issue here: the previous game was a story and a damned good one. Watch Dogs Legion is a playground and a damned good one. All it took was a shift in priorities to make the open-world feel less like a world, and more like… well, a game.
Press Start - James Mitchell - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion builds upon the solid foundation established by Watch Dogs 2 while adding its own ambitious twist with mixed results. Having literally every character playable is a gargantuan task, and from a gameplay perspective it works to cement Legion as the best Watch Dogs game thus far. Narratively speaking, however, it collapses under its own aspiration to offer an intriguing concept with spotty execution. Regardless, Legion is a triumph for making good on most of its lofty promise and a triumph for the series.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Nate Crowley - Unscored
While I may not identify with any of my guerrillas and their grab-bag backstories, nor feel any sense of real investment in the fate of DedSec as a whole, I’m still attached to this strange band of possessed berserkers. We’ve had a good time together, in this nonsense dystopian playground.
Rocket Chainsaw - David Latham - 4 / 5 stars
Watch Dogs: Legion brings new ideas to the franchise while keeping within the world of Blume Corp’s ctOS.
Screen Rant - Leo Faierman - 3 / 5 stars
The takeaway is this: Watch Dogs: Legion is an ambitious simulation which reliably fails whenever players push against its boundaries. Like the cargo drones which grant them the ability to freely fly, it hits an invisible ceiling that prevents players from soaring above London’s skyscrapers.
Shacknews - Donovan Erskine - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion is a hacking good time and a great addition to Ubisoft’s technology-based saga.
Sirus Gaming - Lexuzze Tablante - 7 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion tries so hard to innovate the franchise, but in doing so, it feels like a product that was either rushed or there was no love for it. Ubisoft Toronto did their best to give us a whole new Watch Dogs experience, but when the second installment of the franchise is the benchmark, it’s hard for me not to nitpick on these issues I find in the game. I love the franchise, but this isn’t the kind of innovation I’ve expected Watch Dogs to have.
Skill Up - Ralph Panebianco - Unscored
Watch Dogs: Legion is an ambitious title. Perhaps a little too ambitious. As much as certain parts of the game shine, you can't help but feel that the game is too clever by half.
Slant Magazine - Steven Scaife - 2.5 / 5 stars
It's difficult to escape a sense that the game's ambition far outstrips the number of unique people it can plausibly render.
Star News - Rod Oracheski - 4 / 5 stars
Watch Dogs: Legion sticks you in the shoes of characters you’d never have chosen otherwise, and it works more often than it doesn’t.
Stevivor - Luke Lawrie - 6 / 10
There’s some fun to be had in Watch Dogs Legion, but it becomes so repetitive that by the end of the game everything feels like a chore — one I was desperately wanting to be over hours before its credits rolled.
The Digital Fix - Andrew Shaw - 8 / 10
The best Watch Dogs game yet. While it's dragged down by long load times and some repetition, Legion is a hugely enjoyable game that offers players a level of freedom that is rarely seen in this genre.
The Game Fanatics - Trevor Paul - 8.5 / 10
Overall, Watch Dogs Legion is a ton of fun. There is so much to do and experience in this game and so many different ways to do it. The hacking puzzles are familiar but still fun and sometimes challenging. The real star of this game is the variety of characters you can recruit and the backstories that come with them.
The Games Machine - Simone Rampazzi - Italian - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs: Legion starts with some really intriguing background ideas, ideas that try to dig deep and to leave us with many more questions about the near future. The overwhelming control of a state willing to know everything about its citizens, however, does not prevent a few uncertainties about the gameplay, a sore note that prevents the game from shining as hoped. However, it remains an enjoyable offer, ready to satisfy the taste of lovers of the genre.
TheSixthAxis - Miguel Moran - 8 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion is a different type of sequel to Watch Dogs 2, contrasting in its approach to creating a hackable open world playground, but with no less impressive results. Playing as any citizen in London leads to some less-than-engaging story moments, but the web of relationships and activities that crop up as a result of the systemic design is mind-blowing. I rarely did the same thing twice in Watch Dogs Legion, and if I did, I wasn't doing it the same way twice. Watch Dogs Legion truly feels like a living, breathing world, and it's a world that I plan to revisit often, even though I've seen the credits on the main story roll.
ThisGenGaming - Robby Bisschop - 90 / 100
Watch Dogs: Legion is a massive game with perhaps the biggest recruitable main cast of characters we’ve ever seen. With its varied gameplay and its tried-and-true Ubisoft open-world experience, it offers dozens of hours of entertainment and isn’t to be missed.
TrueGaming - محمد جابر الصهيبي - Arabic - 8.5 / 10
Watch dogs legion gives you freedom and it's accentuated in the new recruiting system which makes this title worth playing even before the release of next gen version.
USgamer - Mike Williams - 3.5 / 5 stars
The new "Play As Anyone" system is as impressive as it sounds on paper, creating a host of intriguing characters if you choose to dive into their backgrounds. Crafting your own version of DedSec is a ton of fun, especially early on. The problem is the gameplay of Watch Dogs Legion is mostly the same as its predecessors and the missions are quite repetitive overall. It's not a step back for the series, but the hacking and stealth core of the series does need an overhaul.
VG247 - Lauren Aitken - 3 / 5 stars
Watch Dogs fans and more die-hard anarchists among you might enjoy it more, but between the short storylines, underwhelming tech and mission types and the general “everything is on fire” vibe, it just doesn’t rate highly for me.
[VICE] - Austin Walker - UNSCORED
'Watch Dogs: Legion' Promises Revolution, But Mostly Delivers Distraction You can play as anyone you want, but the game remains the same.
Video Game Sophistry - Andy Borkowski - 6 / 10
The ‘Play as Anyone’ feature is the game's biggest fault. There’s no way to really work as a team. Instead each individual is one part of a fully fleshed out protagonist that has now been cut into 20 different pieces and called upon to work without the other. A severed hand doesn’t make a hero.
VideoGamer - Josh Wise - 5 / 10
Where the action comes alive is in the leaving behind of bodies altogether. Most missions involve breaking and entering, and the thrill lies in the absence of any breaking.
Wccftech - Rosh Kelly - 7.9 / 10
Watch Dogs Legion is a great step forward for the series, with enough experimental new gameplay features to complement the familiar mechanics. London is incredible, and exploring it is an almost visceral experience. It's just a shame that the story doesn't hold the same familiarity that the map does.
We Got This Covered - Todd Rigney - 3 / 5 stars
Although the recruitment system provides a few hours of entertainment, Watch Dogs: Legion feels like a series of systems masquerading as an open-world adventure game. Compared to the first two entries, Legion is a massive step backward, both in terms of story and execution. This is paint-by-numbers Ubisoft on autopilot.
WellPlayed - Zach Jackson - 8 / 10
With a surprisingly good narrative that excels thanks to the unique ability to turn anyone into a DedSec hacker, Watch Dogs: Legion is a damn good time
Windows Central - Carli Velocci - 4.5 / 5 stars
Watch Dogs: Legion is a departure from the typical Ubisoft brand, and it's better for it. The play as anybody system just works, there's a lot to do, and it's unabashedly political in a way that feels important in 2020.
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(Monde) Les firmes automobiles en quête de robots-taxis | Porsche, comme d’autres firmes, s’intéresse aux drones de transport.

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(ROBOTS. VI) DISMINUCIÓN DE PUESTOS DE TRABAJO (en la industria farmacéutica;manejo interno de productos y envío por medio de drones productos en "Amazon" )

La Hoz de la Vieja (con perdón) es una localidad y municipio de la provincia de Teruel, en Aragón, España. Está situado en la comarca de las Cuencas Mineras y tiene una población de 79 habitantes.Como pueblo agro-ganadero que es,comercializa su producción a través de los canales usuales en esta actividad.
Seguramente los vecinos deben concurrir a proveerse de productos farmacéuticos a pueblos próximos.
Pero en Tokio con 13 millones de habitantes; Nueva York con 22 o en París con 2,3 (menor que Madrid con más de 3),la economía de escala justifica la informatización de la industria farmacéutica que llega hasta la venta al público.
El uso de los robots que se verán,han sustituído el trabajo humano en la fabricación de medicamentos y en la dispensación de productos a los clientes.
Vean; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6iUTGZTkm8
En "AMAZON",gigantesca compañía estadounidense de comercio electrónico y servicios de computación en la nube a todos los niveles con sede en la ciudad estadounidense de Seattle,el desempleo tecnológico ha sido es notable
Y los "drones" se encargarán de la distribución de sus productos en zonas alejadas.
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Boned: Problems (but not too many) in the US Air [and Space] Force!

No. You don't frighten me, Mollari. If you try to go up against our forces, you'll lose.
Yes, your ships are very impressive in the air, or in space--but at this moment, they are on the ground.
Right--they're on the ground. But they can sense an approaching ship from miles away. So what are you going to do, Mollari, blow up the island?
Actually--now that you mention it--[pulls detonator from pocket]
[presses detonator]
Babylon 5, explaining the vulnerability of aircraft to ground attack in typical hammy fashion
Hello, and welcome to another episode of "AmericanNewt8 explains the global military situation at present in a convenient, possibly easy-to-read guide". Maybe I should make a YouTube channel or something. All the cool kids [and a lot of idiots who know nothing about military equipment] are doing it. Anyway, today we have the US Air [and, for the moment, Space Force--they haven't fully separated yet], and, surprisingly for once, a somewhat more positive message. I'm sorry this one took so long; I've been busy for the past month or so, but I figured I should get this one out I already had 80% done before talking about Turkey and the war in the Caucuses, which are likely to be shorter, more current, and arrive sometime in the next week if all goes as planned.

Current Effortposts In My Series:
  1. What you [might] need to know about South Korea's ludicrous arms buildup
  2. We shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches.... uh, what do we do after that again?: The Perilous Defensive Position of Taiwan
  3. "You've hit another cargo ship? The Problems with the US Navy: Not all of them begin with "Seven" and end with "th Fleet"."
  4. Will China's PLAN survive contact with the enemy?
  5. Biden's New START and modern nuclear war
  6. Boned: Problems (but not too many) in the US Air [and Space!] Force
  7. Erdogan Sallies Forth [inserted largely on account of the recent breakout of a war between Armenia and Azerbaijan]
  8. Begun, the Drone Wars Have: Why You Should Pay Attention To This "Tiny" War
  9. First And Last Stand Of The Tin Can Navies [ASEAN + Australia and the smaller adversaries China may contend with]
  10. --Unnamed-- effortpost on Japanese military matters, mostly about how weird the JSDF status is
  11. --Unnamed--effortpost on Indian military matters, and why they can't focus on China or buy anything that works
  12. --Unnamed--effortpost on the rest of the PLA, mostly the air force though
  13. --Unnamed--effortpost on the rest of the US Armed Forces, mostly talking about how the marines are changing and the Army's new love affair with INF-busting weapons
  14. Conclusion?

1. Our Pride And Joy

America's Navy may be its key instrument of power projection abroad and in some ways the most important service branch, but the one that is by far the greatest beneficiary of American skill, the apex of our capabilities, is without a doubt the US Space Force. From Day 1 the US has had a commanding lead in the field. Mind you, that's not saying that nobody's ever challenged or exceeded the US in limited areas for limited periods of time--the early 1950s were about the last time that happened though [aside for commercial launch vehicles from around 1980-2010]. In the modern era, it is very rare that buying something other than an American-made aircraft or rocket makes any sort of economic or strategic sense [political is of course a different matter entirely]. The US Air Force has generally benefited from high, consistent levels of investment and has had relatively light burdens placed on it operationally [though in recent years post 9/11 this has changed to an extent], and it has developed into one of the best-trained and most doctrinally sophisticated forces in the world. More on that later. Anyway, the Air Force is probably the best-loved branch politically [Marines might be more respected but they get budgetary scraps], at least of the military as a whole, and it ends up with more funding, smarter people, and a much better QOL as a result. In fact Air Force personnel are usually treated to quite a bit of envy and ribbing about how much better their conditions are than their Army, Marine, or Navy counterparts.

2. Aging Equipment [again!]

Guess what? The same problem that seems to afflict most of the US military [and, for that matter, most European, Latin American, and non-East Asian militaries] is aging equipment from the Cold War finally wearing out. In the Air Force, this takes a number of different forms. Often, it's a case of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it", but even then airframes do wear out eventually and need replacement and a lot of them are getting to that point.
Logistics, Support, That Kind of Thing
One of the least glamorous parts of the Air Force, logistical and support capabilities are rapidly aging. The primary airframe the Air Force uses for these is the.. wait for it... Dash 80, as the C-135 whose commercial variant is better known as the Boeing 707. It was a very impressive aircraft, but it was designed in the 1950s. Even though we've reengined the C-135 with more modern engines, and done some serious overhauls, they're getting pretty long in the tooth. Most notably we have the 398 KC-135 Stratotankers which make up the bulk of the US midair refueling fleet, which are joined by 31 E-3 Sentry AWACs, a number of specialized RC-135 derivatives doing everything from SIGINT to hunting for nuclear weapons and 17 E-8 Joint STARS. While these were produced up until the early 1990s, the airframes are aging and they need replacements, and the sheer quantity of aircraft is likely to cause trouble. There are also other aircraft that have to be replaced in the mid-term [by the early 2040s] like the C-5 Galaxy and the KC-10 Extender, but these are somewhat less of an immediate concern. There are some C-130 Hercules replacements also needed but those are largely being done with newer versions of the same aircraft.
The B-1 Lancer is first on the chopping block, due to high maintenance costs and time [it generally takes 120 hours of maintenance for an hour of flight time]. That represents 60 bombers, on paper anyway, and a good chunk of the USAF's supersonic strike capability. However, cutting it should free up resources for new hardware, and in fact new USAF budget proposals suggest rapidly retiring the B-1. The B-2 Spirit is also on the chopping block due to high price and high maintenance demands, but it can't really be replaced until the B-21 Raider shows up. There is also a need to find a replacement for the B-52, but nobody is really sure what that looks like and it's much less urgent--the B-52 will soldier on for the indefinite future and may well hit a full century in operational service. Even if one runs into the "airplane of Thesus" the fact that you could well have fourth or fifth generation B-52 pilots flying on 90-year-old aircraft is, to be honest, kind of neat.
The F-15 and F-16 originally took flight in the 1970s and are still seeing interest today, though the modern F-15 and F-16 are very different beasts from their originals. However, the overall fleet is starting to age--primarily the F-15C fleet operated by the US Air National Guard which does air policing in the US. This is why the Guard is actually first in line for new F-15EX aircraft and has even received brand new F-35s [that, and the fact that the Air National Guard is actually pretty integrated with the Air Force]. F-16s are also starting to wear out; the USAF still operates over a thousand of the type. They are set to primarily be replaced with the F-35, though, with around 1500 aircraft on order. They will also replace the A-10 [along with drones, I suppose], and I'll take a moment to say that the A-10 is heavily overrated, there's a reason the USAF wants to dump it, and it's notorious for friendly fire incidents. Its job would be better done by drones or even aircraft like the Super Tucano.
These are, guess what, also wearing out. The USAF currently operates over 500 T-38 Talon trainers, but it already has a replacement lined up for this aircraft which was first flown in 1959. It just adds to the list of things that need replacing.
Also should mention these, I suppose. The US is currently operating the Minuteman-III) as its sole ground-based nuclear deterrent/ICBM, and these 1970s-era missiles have survived their replacement, the LGM-118 Peacekeeper. They have to be replaced as well, and the USAF actually recently awarded a contract to do so to Northrop Grumman [though there are issues with that mentioned below].
One side-effect of all this is that the Air Force has increasingly high demands for maintenance which are simply not met, which combined with a shortage of maintainers [partially due to good outside pay but mostly because anecdotal reports suggest life as an Air Force maintainer is terrible] means that the Air Force has a poor readiness rate, especially because a lot of airframes aren't in good condition to begin with, having been worn out by decades of use.

3. Procurement Woes... fixed?

So, the Air Force has had a pretty troubled history with procurement in recent years. By far the most infamous one is the F-35. Well, yes, the F-35 was a procurement disaster. Another Redditor has done a great service by writing up the account Ash Carter [Secretary of Defense under Obama] gave of the program. It's long [full version here] and probably doesn't give a full account as it is Carter's memoir--but I'll just pick out one of the most significant parts of it:
At one point of the meeting, after we'd made it abundantly clear that the grossly inflated price for the JSF jets was unacceptable, CEO Bob Stevens casually said to me, "Well, if you tell me how much money you have, I'll tell you how many planes you can buy."
I was taken aback. Rather than negotiating a fair price with us, Stevens was behaving as if his company were entitled to all the money the taxpayers could afford. And although he obviously had a per-plane price in mind, he didn't care to divulge it openly, nor would he agree to a fixed-price contract holding him to it. I found this cavalier attitude offensive. With deeper disrepute, the JSF program would go down the political drain, and we wouldn't be able to buy any of these needed aircraft.
With all this in mind, I let his question hang in the air unanswered for a moment. Then I replied, "How about none?" With that, I walked out of the room. "None" was a reasonable prediction in the political climate surrounding this out-of-control program.
However, the F-35 was a pretty uniquely messed up procurement program due to suffering from what I'd broadly call "jointness", where interservice procurement made things less efficient.

The Air Force on its own has had some pretty impressive procurement messups though. Look no further than the KC-46 Pegasus, a tanker designed to replace the KC-135 [as mentioned above loads of these are getting retired in the next couple years]. The first sign of trouble probably should have been when the first program to replace the tankers with the KC-767 [now the KC-46] was cancelled on account of a bribery scandal involving the CFO of Boeing offering the procurement official an executive position. The second sign probably should have been the whole bit where, unlike its competitor, the A330 MRTT, the KC-767 didn't actually exist. And when the A330 won the contract bid, Boeing of course protested and, ultimately, got the contract evaluated again, with [at least per Northrop Grumman's claims, who was running a joint bid with Airbus] requirements rigged for the KC-767, and, finally, almost a decade after the program started, Boeing won the bid.

Except there was the small problem that Boeing hadn't built the plane yet, which turned into a large one. Ultimately the program was marred by years of delays and major technical problems. It only recently finally began delivering aircraft to the Air Force, years late and over-budget [though the USAF did manage to claw quite a bit of it back from Boeing].

However, there are some positive signs that future procurement will be better. Besides the F-35 being saved, there's the example of the T-X program, which is to replace the elderly T-38 Talon trainer. It invited foreign competition to the field, featured vigorous competition, and resulted in an actually effective aircraft--developed by both Boeing [of course] but also Saab--yes, the Swedes have a significant hand in the trainer jet likely to equip much of the world.

In particular, something very interesting the US Air Force is doing is diving heavily into computer design and open systems architecture. What this means, in short, is that they'll design new planes with a heavy emphasis on doing detailed computer design and simulation, only finally building an aircraft to demonstrate it works IRL--which of course cuts costs substantially--and they'll try to build common hardware and software that will work in any number of aircraft. The overall idea is to make aircraft inexpensive, easy to design, and modular. The Air Force even has a buzzword for this already, the "Digital Century Series", referring to the last time the Air Force very rapidly built a whole bunch of aircraft on a relatively common hardware platform. Whether this will bear fruit remains yet to be seen.

4. Fighting the Peer Conflict

The USAF, for the past thirty years, has not faced a peer competitor. Arguably it didn't even face one before that--the Soviet Air Force was no match for what the USAF could field, as was demonstrated quite well in a number of conflicts. The good news is that the USAF has had a long time to build up a lead, and is still far ahead of China or Russia, further ahead than the Army or Navy is by a long shot--Americans like their planes and electronics. For an illustrative example, China'sJ-20 stealth fighter has been produced in a quantity of... 50; while the USAF has almost 200 F-22s and is ordering over a thousand F-35s. The Su-57 barely even flies and is nowhere near peer to what the United States can field despite whatever scary articles you might have read. The bad news is that only recently has the USAF actually begun preparing to fight a peer conflict, which will tax it in different ways.

The main vulnerabilities the Air Force has in a peer conflict are more logistical and operational than regarding the quality of its aircraft or pilots, which are moreless unmatched. The first problem is that readiness isn't fantastic thanks to the War on Terror burning through all the ancient Cold War aircraft that the USAF has operated, and yes, aircraft do wear out. In fact, large numbers of F-15Cs operated by the US Air National Guard have been grounded due to age and fatigue. The shortage of maintainers also plays a role here. There's also the problem that the US Air Force is still quite vulnerable on the ground in any peer conflict; especially to precision strikes with ballistic and cruise missiles--the US Air Force has downsized considerably and now only has a handful of bases for both political and budgetary reasons, but that means that, when facing, for instance, China, the USAF must rely heavily on just six airfields--Osan, Kunsan, Misawa, Yokota, Kadena and Andersen [maybe bring that to 9 by adding USMC and Navy installations, which field fewer and less capable aircraft].

Thus, the primary challenge that the USAF faces is a quiet one--ensuring that it can operate from dispersed locations, at high opstempo, and repair its facilities rapidly. This is really also the biggest question mark in terms of the USAF's performance, but there's some reason to be optimistic here--the USAF is aware of the threat and is actually working to solve it. However, ultimately only changes in the political environment [the addition of bases in the Philippines or Palau, or the development of readied airfields in Japan] will fix the basing problem. Better ballistic missile defense will probably also help here. Russia or China will probably have poor luck against the USAF in the air; seeking primarily to deny the USAF free reign and thus the ability to support ground offensives, but they could cause significant damage by hitting ground facilities, and everyone knows it.

There's also the question of surface-to-air missiles; which have driven quite a bit of concern the past few years as China and Russia field increasingly capable systems like the S-400 and HQ-9. It is feared that the sophistication of these weapons could create "A2/AD bubbles" where the USAF and USN are unable to operate. While the access bubble does still look quite real for the Navy, recent developments have seriously called the efficacy of surface-to-air missiles into question--particularly the fact that the Israelis and Turks seem to be able to almost ignore them, or at least their shorter-range counterparts. The destruction of Armenian S-300 launchers by Azerbaijan with Turkish drones is certainly an ominous signal for anyone thinking advanced air defenses would keep them safe. How good the full-scale systems are against conventional targets is still unknown, but my guess is much less effective than the marketing--and keep in mind that despite years of concerns, SAMs have only been successful from about 1960-1980, and even then relatively minor adjustments in strategy seemed to significantly mitigate damage--so it's unclear how concerned we should actually be about such technology.

There are also questions about whether or not the USAF is operating the right mix of aircraft for the job, and these are valid ones. The USAF is buying new F-15EX, which has literally been described as not survivable after 2028 [though there is a case for the plane as a carrier of standoff weapons or a homeland defense fighter], and still operates the A-10 [an aircraft now mostly known for a number of notorious blue-on-blue (friendly fire) incidents] which, if used in a modern environment where the USAF didn't have total air supremacy, would simply not be able to survive. Yes, there's a reason the USAF wants to scrap the A-10, and no, the GAU-8 is cool but it doesn't even kill columns of modern main battle tanks. Unless you're primarily planning on fighting North Korea, the A-10 is close to useless(ly dangerous). The B-1 has also been highlighted as obsolete, largely due to high maintenance costs. However, the USAF is working hard to scrap these aircraft as fast as politically feasible.

5. New Technologies

The Air Force has always had a certain inclination towards adopting the newest, shiniest technologies, and at the moment there are a number of interesting concepts that it is exploring. I'll talk about two of the most significant ones [especially combined] here.

First, the Air Force is seeking to create future aircraft entirely virtually--using highly detailed computer models to design numerous types of specialist aircraft, and only building prototypes to test the results that simulations produce. Their latest trainer, the "eT-7", uses this methodology--the "e" is supposed to designate that it was designed this way. There's also a move towards using common avionics and software for a variety of different aircraft. Figures high up at the Pentagon have discussed a "Digital Century Series", modeled after a chain of fighters rapidly developed in the 1950s for a number of different roles, from the F-102 interceptor to the F-105 fighter-bomber. This could potentially create numerous new aircraft rapidly; a shift back towards the times before the 1990s where a single fighter project took the entire attention and budget of the Air Force. Nobody is really sure how this will pan out but it looks quite promising. In particular, the fact that the USAF was able to take its new prototype fighter jet into the skies a year after it was originally envisioned is stunning--and suggests that this potential return to the old days of the 1940s and 1950s when new aircraft showed up every year is not just a pipe dream.

Second, the Air Force is investing in UCAVs [Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles], most notably in the Skyborg concept. The goal is to develop a low-cost drone that can both deliver additional weapons to target while being accompanied by a manned fighter--a sort of drone wingman, which is cheap enough to be expendable [thus serving a secondary purpose, soaking up enemy air to air missiles]. Numerous companies have been awarded contracts to develop UCAVs and this program is looking quite promising, so expect to hear more of it in the future.

6. Drones

Drones are a rather interesting topic and one that I'll most likely get into more detail in on my next two posts specifically regarding Turkey. The US was one of the pioneers of UAVs, with the other big player in the field being Israel--in fact the US has bought Israeli drones from time to time, though of course China and Russia have also established a presence, without even mentioning Turkey. The US has a number of drones for different purposes--largely for reconnaissance of different types and precision-strike capability. It has the RQ-4 Global Hawk, for reconnaissance, the MQ-9A Reaper, for strike missions, and the RQ-170, which.... well, probably something involving reconnaissance, it's half-CIA so who knows. However, the US may not have kept up on the ongoing drone revolution, which is actually something I can't really blame them for since the 'revolution' only started in January. Yes. Last January.

This 'revolution' began on January 5, 2020, to be exact, and was led by an unlikely candidate: Turkey. They say necessity is the mother of invention, and this was certainly the case for the Turkish drone program. After the US refused to sell Turkey drones on account of the fact that they might be used against Kurds [use of Turkish drones suggests they definitely are used against Kurds], Turkey decided to make their own drone program with blackjack and hookers--or, well, just drones. Their DIY effort didn't really garner much attention until sent to Libya,but investment in their program skyrocketed, largely for two reasons. First, Turkey has been largely barred from major hardware acquisitions from the US and, to an increasing extent, Europe. Second, Erdogan deeply distrusts the Turkish Air Force and has dramatically cut pilot numbers through his multiple purges of the service. Third, Turkey is competing out of its class, against Russia, the UAE, and other major regional powers.

Once it arrived in Libya, it suddenly became clear that the Turkish drone program was much more important than previously thought. In many ways it bore the primary responsibility for turning the war around from what looked to be almost certain defeat for the UN-recognized GNA into a state where whether or not Haftar could survive was in question. In particular, it came as a great shock to most how easily Turkey defeated the very systems that were designed to shoot down UAVs--the Russian Pantsir in particular, which has been destroyed in great quantities with few Turkish casualties to show for it--and with the sticker price for a Turkish drone less than half of the Pantsir systems they kill, it could well revolutionize warfare. Experiences in Syria, and now in Armenia, where Turkish drones have destroyed hundreds of main battle tanks and casually destroyed SAM systems from some distance above, continue to bring into question just how vast the drone revolution is going to be. I'll cover this in more explicit detail in my next two posts.

However, the USAF is watching and learning--its main difficulty with drones is more political than anything. Drones are often considered less important than manned aircraft by a leadership that largely flew manned aircraft [particularly fighters at that], and it is the bottom tier of officer recruits that fly drones [though, interestingly, some drones are actually flown by enlisted pilots] and even then there's usually a shortage of RPA pilots--that's why a few are flown by enlisted in the first place. Whether or not they'll take these lessons to heart, only time will tell, but the history of the Air Force leaves me relatively optimistic on the matter--more than many other services, it's willing to embrace change.

7. Nukes

The US Air Force runs two legs of the nuclear triad--the air and ground portions. The first is dominated by, believe it or not, gravity bombs--mostly the B61. This weapon has been sitting around in the United States [and Europe under nuclear sharing, in Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, and Turkey] for a while now, the first variants being made in 1968, and has recently been updated to the latest B61-12 variant, which offers high precision [as precise as JDAMs, not that it's likely to matter in most situations where nukes are being dropped] and flexibility--the bomb can be deployed from low altitudes at high speeds, and from within the internal weapons bay of the F-22 and F-35 [not to mention the B-2 and future B-21], so it's not as dumb as it might sound. Air-launched weapons also have useful features like the ability to recall them once launched, which isn't an option for missiles, along with fitting into doctrine for a tactical nuclear war. While I could go on about the lack of air-launched nuclear cruise missiles [which hopefully will be fixed by the end of the Intermediate Forces Treaty] it's not a big deal.

The main concern here [and perhaps a suggestion that procurement is still messed up] is the ground-based deterrent, which currently consists of a few hundred Minuteman III missiles buried in the northern central United States. These missiles, like much of the Air Force, date to the 1970s and have outlasted their supposed replacement--the MX Peacekeeper. These missiles are finally approaching end of life and are to be replaced by a new ICBM system. This process is... problematic. First off, it was a sole-source bid because Northrop Grumman acquired Orbital ATK Systems, the primary American producer of solid-fuelled rockets and missiles, and this resulted in Boeing pulling out of the competition. Second, the cost seems rather high, at least in my view, with lifetime cost estimates of as much as $90 billion, with development alone amounting to $13 billion at sticker price. It positions the cost of rebuilding the ground-based deterrent as comparable to the US Navy's program to replace the Ohio-class submarines with the Columbias. The ground-based deterrent has also lost substantial importance as sea-launched and air-launched weapons have become much more accurate and capable of fulfilling the ground-based counterforce mission [which arguably died with Peacekeeper], and it remains the most vulnerable portion of the triad. What good it does is largely as another independent nuclear deterrent and one that soaks up enemy warheads in the event of nuclear war that could be directed towards other targets. A disastrous procurement here could cause problems for the Air Force you will see in the future. My suggestion would be either to continue modernizing the Minuteman IIIs or aim to replace them with the cheapest option possible--something like, for instance, a land-based Trident missile [as if the Air Force would ever allow such a thing to be built]. All the ground-based deterrent needs to do is be there, be a credible threat, and soak up enemy fire. That's it.

8. Space Force

The Space Force is now its own service branch, but as it really hasn't emerged yet I'll cover it here. In fact, just recently, the Space Force enlisted its first trainees. This is somewhat less in my area of expertise; but at the moment things look fairly promising. While the Space Force sounds silly it's almost certainly the part of the military you interact with the most in your daily life on account of running the GPS network. They also operate a variety of communications satellites and the system for monitoring ballistic missile launches, among other pieces of hardware. Expect to hear more about these guys in the future, as space becomes a potential battlefield--we've seen the deployment of a space-based anti-satellite weapon by the Russians just recently, and numerous powers now field anti-satellite missiles along with jamming equipment that can blind reconnaissance satellites, so space is becoming much more militarily important. I don't have much more to say about these guys at the moment, though, other than noting that they're already talking about being even "less physical" than the Air Force--translation: Less mandatory exercise--and they're teaching classes about space law, which is neat I guess. The main downside of the Space Force is that it's going to be very small, around 20-30,000 people, which is half what even the Coast Guard fields, and that could lead to problems with maintaining personnel and inefficiencies with redundant missions, procurement, and the like.

9. Conclusion

The USAF has problems; particularly with aging equipment and manpower, but it seems to realize that most of them exist and is moving to address them. Political constraints mean that the USAF is stuck supporting a variety of obsolete platforms and investing its large budget poorly in new ICBMs and poorly managed tankers, and procurement continues to be a struggle for the USAF, though nowhere near as bad as with the US Navy. Drones have the potential to revolutionize warfare and the USAF is working to develop capabilities in that area, albeit maybe not as fast as some other players in the field, and digital design promises more aircraft designed and produced faster--much, much faster. The USAF faces logistical challenges in a peer conflict, but nothing insurmountable--though the work there is likely to be painful and sidelined because it's less interesting than buying shiny new toys. The Space Force seems to be going along well though they could face some problems in the medium term from losing access to the USAF's resources--political, financial, and of personnel--until/unless they develop into a larger, more influential service. On the whole, though, the outlook for the USAF, at least, looks quite bright--a hope spot, along with the Army and Marines, that the serious problems of the Navy will not cripple the entire military capability of the United States.

10. Citations

Uh, I mostly embedded them in the post, and I don't want to go back and hunt for what I used after a month, but here are some good longer-form ones:
RAND, Chinese Attacks on Air Bases in Asia on the ballistic missile threat
Ryan Snyder, The Future of the ICBM Force: Should the Least Valuable Leg of the Triad Be Replaced?

RAND, Creating a Separate Space Force mostly focusing on administrative difficulties and personnel issues

RAND, Drone-Era Warfare Shows the Operatoinal Limits of Air Defense Systems on drones and the conflicts in Libya and Syria [yes, it's all RAND, no Brookings Institute or such this time round]. It also explains why air defense systems are perhaps much more vulnerable than commonly thought, which I didn't really get into here.

Washington Post, Air Force seeks a radical shift in how jets, missiles, and satellites are designed with more detail on the shift to more computerized design the US Air Force wants to make

CSIS, The Air Force Digital Century Series: Beyond the Buzzwords taking apart the "Digital Century Series" push
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[4024] A robot freighter carrying trimetalisium energy crystals crash lands on the planetoid Beta-7. An enemy star cruiser, escorted by a squadron of fighter drones, is en route to the planetoid to seize the crystals.

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How Ray Kurzweil's 2020 (2019) Predictions are Faring (Part II)

The response to the previous post was much larger than expected. Mostly it was positive though there were criticisms. Rather than responding to those, I decided to finish the assessments of his predictions (it'll probably require a third part) and go back to them, later (though I want everyone to know that I did read every comment!). This is mostly because the amount of time to engage those comments is equivalent or greater to the amount of time to make the next segment of the post (given that it's likely the responses would have responses and so on) and I've already promised to make this post in a timely manner.
I was only part way through Ray's predictions in The Age of Spiritual Machines (TASM), so this post will be another chunk of those. The last post will be the remainder from TASM and a review of predictions in The Singularity is Near for this time period (Again, this will be based on whether people still seem interested).
If you haven't read the first part of this review, it's here.
Let's continue.

The Age of Spiritual Machines (1999) - Part II:

Prediction: Thin, lightweight, handheld displays with very high resolutions are the preferred means for viewing documents. The aforementioned computer eyeglasses and contact lenses are also used for this same purpose, and all download the information wirelessly.
Verdict: Yes. The key here is the word 'preferred'. Tablets have not become cheap and ubiquitous enough to be the dominant form of document viewing, but tablets and eReaders are far and away a superior way to organgize and peruse this information. I admit there is some debate here, however.
Prediction: Computers have made paper books and documents almost completely obsolete.
Verdict: Wrong. I would say we're close to this being true, but still far enough away that even with my apparent graciousness I cannot say this is correct.
Prediction: Most learning is accomplished through intelligent, adaptive courseware presented by computer-simulated teachers. In the learning process, human adults fill the counselor and mentor roles instead of being academic instructors. These assistants are often not physically present, and help students remotely.
Verdict: Mostly Wrong. Again, he got the fact of the tech's existence correct. After all, we have Udemy, Udacity, and other online course packages where there's a mentor but everything else is "computer simulated". Of course, there could be some argument over how adaptable this online software is. However, seen from a 1999 vantage point software that can grade a quiz and give suggestions on improvements based on right and wrong answers could be considered to be "adaptable". Also, if you count distance learning via coporations and such, he may be on the verge of being correct: https://techjury.net/blog/elearning-statistics/#gref.
Prediction: Students still learn together and socialize, though this is often done remotely via computers.
Verdict: Absolutely. Many students have more conversation or contact in Blackboard and via email and apps like WhatsApp than they do in the classroom. Especially given the current pandemic.
Prediction: All students have access to computers.
Verdict: Technically correct. Again, given the power of a phone at this point in time it can be considered a computer. And almost all schools have, at the very least, a computer lab. Whether students have enough access to computers and, more importantly nowadays, a good internet connection, is a different question. But generally they do have access to computers.
Prediction: Most human workers spend the majority of their time acquiring new skills and knowledge.
Verdict: Wrong. However, it must be said that the only error he made was the word "majority". If he had said "twice as much time as now" or "a significant portion of their time" he would have been correct. Wave upon wave of workers are going back to school, taking online classes, being retrained within their corporate careers, and learning new skills on YouTube. It used to be that once you graduated or learned a trade, you were set. Now, every industry is changing and being impacted by technology so much that most employees expect additional training at least a couple of times a year.
Prediction: Blind people wear special glasses that interpret the real world for them through speech. Sighted people also use these glasses to amplify their own abilities.
Verdict: Correct. https://irisvision.com/electronic-glasses-for-the-blind-and-visually-impaired/. https://www.letsenvision.com/blog/envision-announces-ai-powered-smart-glasses-for-the-blind-and-visually-impaired
Prediction: Retinal and neural implants also exist, but are in limited use because they are less useful.
Verdict: Correct. https://www.brightfocus.org/maculaarticle/latest-developments-retinal-implants
Prediction: Deaf people use special glasses that convert speech into text or signs, and music into images or tactile sensations. Cochlear and other implants are also widely used.
Verdict: Correct. Music into tactile sensations. Speech into Text. Cochlear implants.
Prediction: People with spinal cord injuries can walk and climb steps using computer-controlled nerve stimulation and exoskeletal robotic walkers.
Verdict: Correct. Nerve stimulation and exoskeletal robots. More on nerve stimulation. More on exoskeletal robots.
Prediction: Computers are also found inside of some humans in the form of cybernetic implants. These are most commonly used by disabled people to regain normal physical faculties (e.g. Retinal implants allow the blind to see and spinal implants coupled with mechanical legs allow the paralyzed to walk).
Verdict: Correct. Restored motion and touch. Restored vision.
Prediction: Language translating machines are of much higher quality, and are routinely used in conversations.
Verdict: Correct. Check out the history portion of the Google Translate Wikipedia page. Also, this.
Prediction: Effective language technologies (natural language processing, speech recognition, speech synthesis) exist.
Verdict: Correct. See above.
Prediction: Anyone can wirelessly access the internet with wearable devices such as computerized glasses, contacts, and watches.
Verdict: Correct. Anyone can, so long as they have said devices.
Prediction: Traditional computers and communication devices such as desktop PCs, laptops, and cell phones still exist, but most of their functions can be performed by wearable gadgets. Examples include reading books, listening to music, watching movies, playing games, and teleconferencing.
Verdict: Essentially Correct. You certainly can read a book or article, listen to music, or watch a movie on your smart watch. Not really preferred, though. However, if you count VR headsets (and yes, they are a wearable technology) then it's a much stronger 'yes'.
Prediction: Devices that deliver sensations to the skin surface of their users (e.g. tight body suits and gloves) are also sometimes used in virtual reality to complete the experience. "Virtual sex"—in which two people are able to have sex with each other through virtual reality, or in which a human can have sex with a "simulated" partner that only exists on a computer—becomes a reality.
Verdict: Correct. Surprisingly, the tech for virtual sex does exist, though it is not in common use. Full body haptic suits and gloves also exist, though they are primitive.
Prediction: Just as visual and auditory virtual reality have come of age, haptic technology has fully matured and is completely convincing, yet requires the user to enter a V.R. booth. It is commonly used for computer sex and remote medical examinations. It is the preferred sexual medium since it is safe and enhances the experience.
Verdict: Wrong. No, Ray. Wishful thinking. We're at least a year or two off from even a prototype of this becoming available. However things are proceeding fast with haptics so it could appear in some form by the end of 2021 (which I would put in the realm of "essentially correct" following the rules laid out in part one of this post).
Prediction: Worldwide economic growth has continued. There has not been a global economic collapse.
Verdict: Correct. It certainly feels like we keep coming right to that brink, but the lights stay on and the world machine continues to function in general.
Prediction: The vast majority of business interactions occur between humans and simulated retailers, or between a human's virtual personal assistant and a simulated retailer.
Verdict: Sort of. This comes down to whether you consider Amazon.com a "simulated retailer". However, this is in its nascent phase in physical stores, too. As usual, the place Kurzweil comes into question is "vast majority".
Prediction: Household robots are ubiquitous and reliable.
Verdict: Sort of. Between roomba, drones, robotic pets and other toys, and various garage tools with smart chips and sensors embedded robots exist all throughout a normal household in tiny and invisible ways. If you add smart home tech such as smart thermostats, smart locks and garage doors, and smart security systems then the result could definitely be called "ubiquitous". However, there is some debate here and that is acknowledged.
Prediction: Computers do most of the vehicle driving—humans are in fact prohibited from driving on highways unassisted. Furthermore, when humans do take over the wheel, the onboard computer system constantly monitors their actions and takes control whenever the human drives recklessly. As a result, there are very few transportation accidents.
Verdict: Wrong. Though computer assisted driving is common and self-driving is on the horizon, humans being banned from driving unassisted by A.I. is a long ways off.
Edit: Changed to 'sort of'. It was pointed out to me that this depends on what you call 'driving'. In 1999, things like turning on the lights automatically and various driver assist functions would likely have fallen under the heading of 'driving'. Humans, at this point, are responsible for steering and accelerating (if you brake incorrectly any car bought today would probably brake for you.)
Prediction: Most roads now have automated driving systems—networks of monitoring and communication devices that allow computer-controlled automobiles to safely navigate.
Verdict: Wrong. Though Ray was able to predict self-driving, he got the mechanism incorrect.
Prediction: Prototype personal flying vehicles using microflaps exist. They are also primarily computer-controlled.
Verdict: Correct. Shockingly on point, actually. Kitty Hawk. Uber. The key here is his prudence. He says they merely 'exist'. They do. Because they're so dangerous and far too complex for humans, they are indeed primarily controlled by A.I.
Prediction: Most decisions made by humans involve consultation with machine intelligence. For example, a doctor may seek the advice of a digital assistant. A lawyer might utilize a virtual researcher. Or a shopper may receive recommendations from a software program that has learned his or her shopping habits.
Verdict: Wrong. Again, most of the predictions Ray gets wrong aren't wrong in their entirety, only in their degree. These technologies do indeed exist in all of the areas Ray mentioned (law, medicine, as for shopping habits, we've all been on Amazon), but they are not ubiquitous to the point where it can be said to effect "most decisions".
Prediction: While a growing number of humans believe that their computers and the simulated personalities they interact with are intelligent to the point of human-level consciousness, experts dismiss the possibility that any could pass the Turing Test.
Verdict: Ding, ding, ding. CORRECT. If you have any doubts about this, you have merely to glance at the hype surrounding GPT-3 and the fact that people are already marrying their robots. Difficult to prove because people who feel this way know they will be mocked if they voice this feeling. They are correct to have this fear as the evidence points to them being wrong. People in this subreddit who know a little bit about what is behind this technology might not make this error, but I think most of us realize that there are many people who would (have) talked to GPT-3 and be totally convinced of its humanity. Further, because of moving goal posts, GPT-3 and its ilk are not considered to be able to pass the Turing Test by most people who understand the technology on a deep level. Just as Ray predicted.
I think that's a good prediction to end things on. Again, where Ray falls short when he does have a miss is generally the degree of his prediction and not the substance.
Just like last time, I'll post the final part within a day or two if this one proves popular. Thanks for reading, everyone!
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Co-Op Mutation #235: Fire in the Hole

This mining outpost is one of a kind, and we’re committed to making sure that those of you who love this outpost like we do have a home here for many years to come. With that in mind, we want to let you know about a development change we’re making for your situation as we continue supporting it for the long-term. ­ As many of you know, the KMC continues updating its colonies long after the initial release—some of you will remember that we were actively funding the original outpost more than 10 years after it first started operations. This year we celebrated 10 years of Jarban Minor with one of our largest-ever job, with massive updates to the office, new trucks for miners, and a wage increase for employees worldwide. ­ We're going to continue supporting the mining outpost in the same manner as we have with our previous longstanding colonies, focusing on what our core and competitive investors care about most. What this means is that we're not going to be producing additional defenses against missiles going after your buildings, but we will continue to monitor the infested attacking your ships moving forward. On that last note, we're not planning to do anything about the exploding robots heading for your base. Jarban Minor, which is part of the highest echelon of professional mining, will also continue going strong as it has been through our friends, the Terran Dominion, and the Umojan Protectorate. ­ We know some of our miners have been looking forward to some of the things we’re moving away from, but the good news is this change will free us up to think about what’s next, not just with regard to Jarban Minor, but for the KMC as a whole. ­ Jarban Minor is core to KMC, and we’ve learned that it’s a colony that can change the lives of people who devote themselves to it, whether as a driller, driver, engineer, or mechanic. The outcome of each prospect is in your hands 100%. To become better, you have to look inward, be honest about any flaws, and dedicate yourself to improving. Jarban Minor teaches us that that process of improvement can be a reward in itself, and it’s certainly taught us a lot at KMC over the years. ­ You are one of the most passionate, creative, and dedicated colonies in all of Dominion Space. We're eternally grateful for your ongoing support, and we'll keep you updated on any and all plans we have for future voyages into the Koprulu Sector. ­

Map: Miner Evacuation

Missile Command Endless missile bombardments target your structures and must be shot down throughout the mission. Boom Bots Uncaring automatons carry a nuclear payload toward your base. One player must discern the disarming sequence and the other player must enter it.

Rating: Brutal +4

Video Replays on Brutal:

Player 1                                   Player 2
[CtG(Grease Monkey Swann)] Piky (Queen of Blades Kerrigan)
[CtG(Evolution Master Abathur)] Arcturus (Merchant of Death Arcturus)
[CtG(Herald of the Void Zeratul)] Ancalagon (Keeper of Shadows Vorazun)
[CtG(Infested Admiral Stukov)] Terribleness (Shadow of Death Alarak)

Boom Bot spawn timings

Time Qty
2:28 1
3:58 1
5:28 1
6:58 1
8:28 1
9:58 1
11:28 1
12:58 2
14:08 2
15:18 2
16:28 2
17:38 2
18:48 2
19:38 2
20:28 2
21:18 2
22:08 2
22:58 2
23:48 2
24:38 2
25:28 2
26:18 2

Other Notes:

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Commander of the Previous Week: [Tychus]! Previous Week(Mass Manufacturing): [4.37/5.00(Very Difficult)] Previous Week Approval Rating: [-0.3] ­

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most efficient reverse engineering minions

im looking for the best item, companion, and/or power for the brief (possibly offensive) disassembly and recording of unknown tech for the purposes of reverse engineering it. while i will accept and invite answers involving some form of grey goo i would prefer something a bit more analog and cost effective like cat to human sized drones, robots, and automatons. my main goal here is to be able to mass produce them to the point of being able to have them produce themselves, while also costing under 600 points to obtain discounts aside. because why have a traditional military when your construction drones can create dynamically advancing defense structures to choke out an enemy, and come in numbers to rival world war Z.
tldr: army of self replicating reverse engineer drones for cheap amounts of points.
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How Ray Kurzweil's 2020 (2019) Predictions are Faring (Part III)

Here we are at the finale, part 3. A few things. First, we'll be finishing off predictions in The Age of Spiritual Machines (TASM) before going on to The Singularity is Near (TSIN). There aren't nearly as many concrete predictions in TSIN, and this is the reason I expect it will be shorter by quite a bit.
Afterwards, I will assess each prediction and give Rays predictions for 2020 over both books a percentage accuracy score (which I will explain at the end). Onward to the remaining predictions!

The Age of Spiritual Machines (1999) - Part III:

Prediction: Human-robot relationships begin as simulated personalities become more convincing.
Verdict: Correct. This has been the case for some time (especially if you count things like marrying your life-sized doll), but recent proof is here and here.
Prediction: Interaction with virtual personalities becomes a primary interface.
Verdict: Mostly true. 'Primary' doesn't mean 'only'. We often ask questions of our A.I. assistants and have them do tasks for us. Siri, Google Assistant, and others.
Prediction: Public places and workplaces are ubiquitously monitored to prevent violence and all actions are recorded permanently. Personal privacy is a major political issue, and some people protect themselves with unbreakable computer codes.
Verdict: Correct. Look, we all know we're being watched. Any camera hooked to a network is basically fair game. If you disagree, then why do you almost certainly cover or remove your camera peripherals when you're not using them? Here's more evidence.
Prediction: The basic needs of the underclass are met (not specified if this pertains only to the developed world or to all countries).
Verdict: Wrong. No matter what metric you use or what parameters, this is incorrect. Even in first world countries there's still poverty, expensive medicine, lack of quality education, etc.
Prediction: Virtual artists—creative computers capable of making their own art and music—emerge in all fields of the arts.
Verdict: Correct. OpenAI's MuseNet makes really convincing music. A list of these tools can be found here. It's not all fantastic art, but neither is human art. Also, even if it were significantly worse, the prediction does not state that it has to be 'good'.
Prediction: Most flying weapons are bird-sized robots. Some are as small as insects.
Verdict: Mostly Correct. Most weaponized drones are around the size of a large bird. There are insect-sized drones, but we don't know for a fact that they're used as weapons to, say, poison someone....
Prediction: Average life expectancy is over 100.
Verdict: Inconclusive. Remember that life expectancy is only really determined as a guess based on when people are dying right now. People right now are dying around 80. Around 1990, they were dying around 75. It is likely that people living today can, in general, expect to live a minimum of 100 years. This is probable even before taking into account the current biotech revolution. Of course, there is no way to know this for sure but in hindsight.
Prediction: Computerized watches, clothing, and jewelry can monitor the wearer's health continuously. They can detect many types of diseases and offer recommendations for treatment.
Verdict: Correct. Fitbit and Apple Watch are the primary examples, but there are many more.
Now we move on to The Singularity is Near. A note before beginning. We got lucky with The Age of Spiritual Machines, because he has predictions for the year 2020. In The Singularity is Near he makes predictions for decades instead of years, which puts us in an interesting position. The only decade we can assess meaningfully is that from 2010 to 2020. A prediction is correct if it's happened by now. We won't discuss his predictions for the 2020's because we're not really in them yet. The Singularity is Near was my first written introduction to Ray's writing and ideology, and it lovingly sits upon my shelf collecting dust to this day.

The Singularity is Near (2005):

Prediction: The decade in which "Bridge Two", the revolution in Genetics/Biotechnology, is to reach its peak. During the 2020s, humans will have the means of changing their genes; not just "designer babies" will be feasible, but designer baby boomers through the rejuvenation of all of one's body's tissues and organs by transforming one's skin cells into youthful versions of every other cell type. People will be able to "reprogram" their own biochemistry away from disease and aging, radically extending life expectancy.
Verdict: Inconclusive. This all comes down to interpretation. Indeed, with Crispr-Cas9, SENS research, and much study being done in secret (like at [Calico]) in labs around the world, it does seems as though all of the precursor technologies are in place. But it can hardly be said that they are 'at their peak'. We still have some ways to go (at least a few years by even the most aggressive estimates) before having rejuvenation therapies with acceptable efficacy. Still, it is only the beginning of the 2020's. It may turn out, in retrospect, that we had all the essential pieces and needed only to put them together.
Prediction: Computers become smaller and increasingly integrated into everyday life.
Verdict: Correct. Slam dunk on this one.
Prediction: More and more computer devices will be used as miniature web servers, and more will have their resources pooled for computation.
Verdict: Correct, which surprises me as much as anyone. When I read this in 2010 I was definitely raising an eyebrow, but the web of things is upon us with even companies like Amazon taking it very seriously.
Prediction: High-quality broadband Internet access will become available almost everywhere.
Verdict: Correct. With the advent of satellite internet from various companies such as SpaceX, OneWeb, and Amazon, good internet will be available around the world. SpaceX already has working customers and should roll out a full service by early next year. Other companies will be doing similar things with balloon technology.
Prediction: Eyeglasses that beam images onto the users' retinas to produce virtual reality will be developed. They will also come with speakers or headphone attachments that will complete the experience with sounds. These eyeglasses will become a new medium for advertising which will be wirelessly transmitted to them as one walks by various business establishments. This was fictionalized in Dennō Coil.
Verdict: Mostly Correct. VR and AR headsets do indeed exist with these capabilities. The prediction does not call for them to be in common use, and therefore this prediction is mostly correct. Points off because advertising mediums, to my knowledge, have not been explored with AR technology.
Prediction: The VR glasses will also have built-in computers featuring "virtual assistant" programs that can help the user with various daily tasks.
Verdict: Correct. Keep in mind that in 1999 the term Augmented Reality was not used to distinguish it from virtual reality. It hadn't become clear that these were two distinct emerging fields. Google Glass and the various knock-offs certainly fits the bill as assistant glasses that help with daily tasks.
Prediction: Virtual assistants would be capable of multiple functions. One useful function would be real-time language translation in which words spoken in a foreign language would be translated into text that would appear as subtitles to a user wearing the glasses.
Verdict: Correct. I just spoke to my Google Home device and made it translate into my girlfriends language in real time. Proof enough for me. As for the language translation via screens, there was world lens (which I thought was a miracle when I first used it) whose functions have been integrated into various assistants. Want something closer to glasses? Try this.
Prediction: Cell phones will be built into clothing and will be able to project sounds directly into the ears of their users.
Verdict: Correct. Wildly enough this exists. I don't know who wants it, but it exists. Probably in a year or three I'll eat those words.
Prediction: Advertisements will utilize a new technology whereby two ultrasonic beams can be targeted to intersect at a specific point, delivering a localized sound message that only a single person can hear.
Verdict: Wrong. I could not find anything related to this, not even a prototype.
That concludes the predictions, ladies and gentlemen. Now for the numbers. I'll keep my scoring system simple:
For his predictions that are 'correct' he will get one point. All predictions that are 'mostly', 'essentially', and 'technically' will go under the correct heading. I feel this is fair because all 'sort of' predictions he will get .5 points, even if he was more right than wrong. This is harsh, but I'd rather err on the side of caution. For 'wrong' predictions he of course gets no points. For inconclusive predictions I will simply not put them in the final calculation.
The number of predictions for 2020 is 56. Add the points earned together for a total of 40 (38 correct answers for one point each and 4 'half right' answers for .5 points each) and divide by the number of total predictions (52, excluding the 4 inconclusives). The answer is .77.
According to this assessment, Ray Kurzweil's predictions for 2020 are 77% accurate! That is beyond crazy, and surprises even me (I was expecting closer to 60 or 65% accuracy). However, I don't believe that anyone being fair could give him a score below 70% (for 2020 so far) unless they were intentionally being unreasonable (i.e. any prediction that isn't 100% right to the letter gets zero points). Predicting the future is not precision math. Nor is it a coin flip. It is the science and art of using today's terms to imagine a world that has not yet been conceived. And it is a skill which Ray Kurzweil has clearly spent a lifetime mastering.
The implications for this are staggering. If the trend continues and 77% of his predictions turn out to be correct for the 2020's, then it is a world I don't think any of us could fully comprehend - even Ray.
I hope you found this 3 part post useful and enjoyable. Thanks for the upvotes, and thanks for reading!
If you are new to this series, start with part one.
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[H] Primaris, Wolves, Sisters, Amech, DG, Tau, Orks, Nids, Lumineth, [W] $$$, [Loc] Toronto Canada

Hello guys looking to sell alot of warhammer 40k items.
Have many other items available as well feel free to PM for inquiries

Items will be shipped out of original packaging to save on shipping.
You will get ALL instructions, transfers, bases, sprues that comes in the kit so everything but the box.

Shipping will be bundled for multiple items and is much more worthwhile
Shipping to USA roughly $6-$12 USD average
Shipping to Canada roughly $13.50 - $15 CAD average

Full Inventory is here and will be updated regularly:

I request canadian amounts via paypal USD prices are more for reference
Thanks for looking!


9th Edition Mini Rulebook - new - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Command Edition Terrain - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
Command Edition Board - new - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Kill Team Core Manual - new - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Kill Team Universal Data Cards - new - $8 USD / $10 CAD

Primaris Space Marines
White Scars Dice - great condition - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Adeptus Astartes Dice - great condition - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Feirros - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Kavyaan Shrike - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Primaris Mephiston - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Guilliman - new on sprue - $51 USD / $65 CAD
Primaris Calgar (full kit) - new on sprue - $43.50 USD / $55 CAD
Primaris Calgar (no invictus) - new unbuilt - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Adrax Agatone - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Tor Garradon - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Primaris Librarian - new on sprue - $30 USD / $38 CAD
Primaris Apothecary - new on sprue - $30 USD / $38 CAD
Indomitus Captain - new unbuilt - $8 USD / $10 CAD
Indomitus Liutenant - new unbuilt - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Indomitus Chaplain - new unbuilt - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Bladeguard Ancient - new unbuilt - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Judiciar - new unbuilt -$19.50 USD / $25 CAD
3 Bladeguard Veterans - painted - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
3 Outriders - new unbuilt - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
3 Outriders - painted - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Phobos Lt - unbuilt - $12 USD / $15 CAD
10 Infiltrators - new unbuilt - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Incursors - primed - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
5 Primaris Infiltrators/Incursors - new on sprue - $23.62 USD / $30 CAD
3 Shadowspear Eliminators - new unbuilt - $31 USD / $40 CAD
3 Primaris Eliminators (Full kit) - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
5 Primaris Intercessors - built - $20 USD / $25 CAD
5 Primaris Hellblasters (full kit) - new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
5 Primaris Hellblasters - built - $20 USD / $25 CAD
5 Primaris Reivers (Full kit) - new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
3 Aggressors (boltstorm) - built - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
3 Primaris Aggressors (Full kit) - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
3 Primaris Inceptors (full kit) - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Invictor - primed - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Invictor - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Redemptor (full kit) - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Repulsor - new on sprue - $67 USD / $85 CAD
Repulsor - built - $55.50 USD / $70 CAD
Repulsor Executioner - new on sprue - $82 USD / $105 CAD
White Scars HQ w/ Jump Pack - painted well - $27.50 USD / $30 CAD
Primaris Korsarro Khan - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
White Scars Primaris LT - painted - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
5 White Scars Intercessors - painted well- $31 USD / $40 CAD
5 White Scars Reivers - painted well- $31 USD / $40 CAD
3 White Scars Aggressors - painted/built - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
3 White Scars Inceptors (boltstorm) - painted well - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
3 White Scars Suppressors - painted - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
White Scars Redemptor - primed - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
White Scars Eliminators - painted - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD

Space Marines
Legion of the Damned Squad - pro painted - $156.50 USD / $200 CAD
OOP Metal Chaplain - painted - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
5 Snipar Scouts - painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
5 Vanguard Veterans - painted - $28 USD / $35 CAD
Vanguard Veterans (full kit) - new on sprue - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Terminator Squad (Ranged) - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Dreadnought (ETB) - new unbuilt - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
White Scars Khan on Bike - painted - $15 USD / $20 CAD
3 White Scars Bikers - painted - $31 USD / $40 CAD
4 Bikers - painted - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Attack Bike - painted - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
5 Grav Centurions - primed - $75 USD / $95 CAD
6 Assault Marines - primed - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Devastator Squad (Full Kit) - new on sprue - $42.97 USD / $55 CAD
Grav Devastator Squad - new unbuilt - $42.97 USD / $55 CAD
Land Speeder - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Land Speeder - painted - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Thunderfire Cannon - painted well - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Thunderfire Cannon - primed - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Rhino - new on sprue - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Rhino - primed - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Razorback - painted - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Predator - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Predator - primed - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Vindicator - primed - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Deimos Vindicator - primed - $66.50 USD / $85 CAD
Land Raider Crusader - primed - $66.50 USD / $85 CAD
Shormhawk - painted - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Stormraven - painted - $70.50 USD / $90 CAD

Captain w/sword + boltgun - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Captain w/sword + claw - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Calgar (Old Model)- $39 USD / $50 CAD
Reclusiam Chaplain - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Terminator Chaplain - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Librarian - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Terminator Librarian - $39 USD / $50 CAD
5 Scouts - $47 USD / $60 CAD
5 Terminators - $74.50 USD / $95 CAD
Land Speeder Storm - $51 USD / $65 CAD
Stormtalon - $78.50 USD / $100 CAD
Land Raider w/FW Doors - $141 USD / $180 CAD

Blood Angels
Primaris Mephiston - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Blood Angels Chaplain w/ Jump Pack - new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
OOP Mephiston - primed - $9.50 USD / $12 CAD
OOP Lemartes - painted - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Blood Angels Terminator Captain - new on sprue - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Blood Angels Terminator Captain - pro painted - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Brother Corbulo - pro painted - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Sanguinary Priest w/ Jump Pack - painted well - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
BA Librarian in Terminator Armor - pro painted - $39 USD / $50 CAD
5 Death Company - new on sprue - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Death Company - pro painted - $58.50 USD / $75 CAD
10 BA Tactical Marines - painted - $31.50 / $40 CAD
10 BA Tactical Marines - pro painted - $51 USD / $65 CAD
Las + ML Dread - painted - $35 USD / $45 CAD
Dual Fist Dread - pro painted - $58.50 USD / $75 CAD
Librarian Dread - pro painted - $70.50 USD / $90 CAD
Furioso Dread - pro painted - $70.50 USD / $90 CAD
Furioso Dread - painted well - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Furioso Dread - primed - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
6 Assault Marines - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Assault Marines - pro painted - $47 USD / $60 CAD
Land Speeder - Pro painted - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Rhino - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Razorback - painted - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Baal Predator Magnetized - pro painted - $74.50 USD / $95 CAD
Land Raider - painted red - $58.50 USD / $75 CAD
Storm Raven Magnetized - pro painted - $117.50 USD / $150 CAD

Space Wlves
Custom Space Wolves Jump Pack HQ - unbuilt - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Wolv Lord (Assorted) - built/primed - $8 USD / $10 CAD
SW Dreadnoughts - new on sprue - $45.50 USD / $58 CAD
SW Dreadnought - painted very well - $59 USD / $75 CAD
SW Dreadnought - painted - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Space Wlves Pack - new on sprue - $39 USD / $50 CAD
10 Space Wlves Marines- painted/built/primed - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Space Wlves Marines - painted well - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
6 Sky Claws - primed - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
SW Landspeeder - painted very well - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Fenrisian Wlves - painted well - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Fenrisian Wlves - built/painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Thunderwolf Calvalry - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
Thunderwolf Calvalry - part built - $39 USD / $50 CAD
5 Wulfen - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
10 Wulfen - painted well - $117 USD / $150 CAD
4 Long Fangs - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Razorback - painted - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Land Raider Crusader - primed - $62.50 USD / $80 CAD
Stormhwk - painted - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Space Wlf Primaris Upgrade Sprue - new on sprue - $5.50 USD / $7.50 CAD
Space Wlves Upgrades (not primaris) - new on sprue - $12 USD / $15 CAD

Adeptus Sororitas
Celestine - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Imagifier - new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Dialogous - new on sprue - $30 USD / $38.50 CAD
Hospitaller - new on sprue - $30 USD / $38.50 CAD
Sisters Repentia - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Retributors - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
2 Penitant Engines - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
Seraphim/Zephyrim - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Triumph of St Catherine - new on sprue - $83 USD / $110 CAD
Sisters Rhino - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
Immolator - new on sprue - $59 USD / $75 CAD
Exorcist - new on sprue - $68 USD / $85 CAD

IK Castellan - new on sprue - $135 USD / $170 CAD
IK Valiant - new on sprue - $135 USD / $170 CAD
IK Crusader (full kit) - new on sprue - $125 USD / $160 CAD
Chaos Knight (full kit) - new on sprue - $123 USD / $155 CAD

Officio Assassinorum
Culexus Assassin - new on sprue - $27.34 USD / $35.00 CAD

Adeptus Mechanicus
Cawl - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Tech Priest Dominus - primed - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Tech Priest Enginseer - new on sprue - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Tech Priest Enginseer - painted/primed - $12 USD / $15 CAD
10 Skitarii Rangers/Vanguard - new on sprue - $35 USD / $45 CAD
15 Skitarii Rangers - painted well - $63 USD / $80 CAD
10 Skitarii Rangers/Vanguard - painted/built - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Skitarii Rangers/Vanguard Special weps - painted - $6.50 USD / $8 CAD each
Kataphron Breachers/Destroyers - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
Electropriests - built - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
5 Rustalkers - new on sprue - $37.50 USD / $48 CAD
5 Sicarian Infiltrators - painted/primed - $31 USD / $40 CAD
5 Sicarian Infiltrators - need TLC - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Pteraxii Skystalkers/Sterylizors - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
Serberys Sulpherhounds/Raiders - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
2 Kastellan Robots w/ Datasmith - painted - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Skorpius DisintegratoDunerider - new on sprue - $54 USD / $70 CAD
Archaeocopter - new on sprue - $82 USD / $105 CAD

Overlord - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Royal Warden - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Skorpehk Lord - painted - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Plasmancer w/ thralls - painted - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Immortals/Deathmarks - new on sprue - $32 USD / $40 CAD
Triarch Praetorians/Lychguard - new on sprue - $39.37 USD / $50 CAD
Canoptek Wraiths - new on sprue - $42 USD / $55 CAD
Necrons Indomitus Entire Half - new on sprue - $94 USD / $120 CAD
Overlord - new unbuilt - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Royal Warden - new unbuilt - $8 USD / $10 CAD
Plasmancer w/thralls - new unbuilt - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Skorpekh Lord - new unbuilt - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Skorpekh Destroyers w/plasmacyte - new unbuilt - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Reanimator - new unbuilt - $23 USD / $30 CAD

Shadowsun (new) - new on sprue - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Shadowsun (new) - built - $32 USD / $40 CAD
Commander Suit - new on sprue - $42 USD / $55 CAD
Commander Suit - part built - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Ethereal - primed/built - $8 USD / $10 CAD
Ethereal on Hover Drone - new on sprue - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Cadre Fireblade - built - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
10 Fire Warriors/Breachers (full kit)- new on sprue - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
10 Fire Warriors/Breachers - built/primed - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
3 Stealth Suits - built - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
10 Pathfinders - primed - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
10 Pathfinders - new on sprue - $31 USD / $40 CAD
3 Xv8 Crisis Suits (no drones) - new unbuilt - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
3 Xv8 Crisis Suits - built/primed - $32 USD / $40 CAD
3 Xv8 Crisis Suits - painted no bases - $23 USD / $30 CAD
3 OOP Xv8 Crisis suits - primed/built/painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Broadside - new on sprue - $42 USD / $55 CAD
Broadside - primed/built/painted - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Devilfsh - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Broadside - built/primed/painted - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Ghostkeel - new on sprue - $68 USD / $85 CAD
Riptide - new on sprue - $83 USD / $110 CAD
Riptide - magnetized needs TLC painted - $70.50 USD / $90 CAD
Riptide - painted - $78 USD / $95 CAD
Storm Surge - painted - $110 USD / $140 CAD

Chaos Space Marine Data Cards (updated) - great - $10 USD / $12 CAD
Chaos Knight (full kit) - new on sprue - $123 USD / $155 CAD
Fabius Bile (new) - new on sprue - $34 USD / $42.50 CAD
Dark Apostle w/ disciples - new on sprue - $30 USD / $38 CAD
Lord Discordant - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Custom Chaos Biker Character - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Chaos Sorc (new)- new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Master of Possessions - new on sprue - $12 USD / $15 CAD
2 Greater Possessed - unbuilt - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Abaddon (new model) - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Chaos Lord on Bike - $12 USD / $15 CAD
OOP Metal Fabius Bile - painted - $8 USD / $10 CAD
Chaos Terminators (new kit) - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
Chaos Havocs (full kit) - new on sprue - $42 USD / $55 CAD
Chain Can Havocs - painted well - $60 USD / $75 CAD
20 Cultists - built - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Chaos Space Marines (Full kit) - new on sprue - $42 USD / $55 CAD
10 Chaos Space Marines (shadowspear) - new unbuilt - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Khorne Berzerkers - painted well - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
2 Obliterators - new unbuilt - $35 USD / $45 CAD
2 Obliterators - painted well - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Converted Hellbrute - painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Hellbrute - Pro Painted - $63 USD / $80 CAD
Maulerfiend/Forgefiend - new on sprue - $60 USD / $75 CAD
Venomcrawler - new unbuilt - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Helldrake - new on sprue - $60 USD / $75 CAD

Thousand Sons
10 Rubric Marines - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
10 Tzaangors w/ upgrades - new on sprue - $31 USD / $40 CAD
3 Tzaangor Enlightened/Skyfires - new on sprue - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD

Death Guard
DG Data Cards - great condition - $10 USD / $12 CAD
Mortarion - new on sprue - $123 USD / $155 CAD
Plague Marine Icon Bearer - new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Tallyman - new on sprue - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Typhus - new on sprue - $33.20 USD / $42.50 CAD
Lord of Contagion - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Foul Blight Spawn - new on sprue - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Malignant Plaguecaster - new on unbuilt - $8 USD / $10 CAD
10 Poxwalkers - painted/primed - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
7 OOP Metal Plague Marines - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
3 ETB Plague Marines - new on sprue - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
7 Plague Marines (full kit) - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
5 Blightlord Terminators (full kit) - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
3 Deathshroud - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD
Foetid Bloat Drone (plaguespitters) - primed/painted/built - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Foetid Bloat Drone (blightlauncher) - primed - $31 USD / $40 CAD
Myphitic Blighthauler - new on sprue - $19.53 USD / $25 CAD
Plagueburst Crawler - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD

Chaos Daemons
Chaos Daemons Data Cards - great condition - $10 USD / $12 CAD
Great Unclean One - new on sprue - $117 USD / $150 CAD
Poxbringer - primed - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
3 Plague Drones - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
OOP Karanak - new on sprue - $11.50 USD / $15 CAD
Bloodthirster - new on sprue - $113 USD /$145 CAD
Karanak - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Fleshhounds (new) - new on sprue - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
3 Blood Crushers - new on sprue - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Infenral Enraptures - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Seekers - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
3 Fiends - new on sprue - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Keeper of Secrets - new on sprue - $117 USD / $150 CAD
Herald of Tzeentch - primed/painted - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
3 Screamers - new on sprue - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD

Collectors Edition Tyranids Codex - great condition - $31 USD / $40 CAD
Hive Tyrant - new on sprue - $46 USD / $60 CAD
Hive Tyrant/Swarmlord - painted purple - $46 USD / $60 CAD
OOP Metal Hive Tyrant - painted - $31 USD / $40 CAD
Broodlord - painted well - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Broodlord - new on sprue - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Lictor - primed - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
3 Venomthrope - painted well - $46 USD / $60 CAD
3 Venomthrope - painted - $39 USD / $50 CAD
5 Tyranid Shrikes - converted - $60 USD / $75 CAD
3 Tyranid Warriors - primed/painted - $31 USD / $40 CAD
10 Hormagaunts - painted purple - $23 USD / $30 CAD
12 Hormagaunts - built/painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
10 Termaguants - painted purple - $23 USD / $30 CAD
12 Termaguants - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Termagaunts - primed/painted/built - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
10 Genestealers - painted purple - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
8 Genestealers - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Genestealers - painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
10 Gargoyles - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Gargoyles - built/primed - $23 USD / $30 CAD
The Red Terror - painted well - $31 USD / $40 CAD
Trygon/Mawloc - painted purple - $43 USD / $55 CAD
Mawloc - built/painted - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
OOP Carnifex - painted - $19.5 USD / $25 CAD
Carnifex - painted/primed - $31 USD / $40 CAD
Carnifex - painted purple - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Tyrannofex/Tervigon - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
Pyrovore - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Hive Crone- painted well - $68 USD / $85 CAD
Hive Crone/Harpy (no flight stand) - painted - $46 USD / $60 CAD
Mucolid Spore - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD

Genestealer Cult
GSC codex w/ tokens - new - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
GSC Data Cards - great condition - $10 USD / $12 CAD
GSC Dice - new - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
25 Custom GSC Dice - great condition - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Jackal Alphus - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Patriarch - built - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Kellermorph - new on sprue - #23.44 USD / $30 CAD
Primus - painted well - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Primus - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Magus - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Locus - primed - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Sanctus - primed - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Clamavus - new on sprue - #23.44 USD / $30 CAD
Nexos - new on sprue - #23.44 USD / $30 CAD
Icon ward - new on sprue - $4 USD / $6 CAD
Icon ward - painted well - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Abominant - new on sprue - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
5 Acolyte Hybrids - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Acolyte Hybrids/Hybrid Metamorphs - new on sprue - $31 USD / $40 CAD
11 Neophyte Hybrids - painted well - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
10 Neophyte Hybrids - new on sprue - $31 USD / $40 CAD
10 Neophyte Hybrids - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Brood Brothers - painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Heavy Wep Team - built - $10 USD / $12 CAD per base
Heavy Wep Team - painted - $8 USD / $10 CAD per base
Atalan Jackals - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
9 Atalan Jackals - painted - $63 USD / $80 CAD
GSC Sentinal - painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
GSC Chimera - painted - $31 USD / $40 CAD
GSC Leman Russ - painted - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Goliath RockgrindeTruck - new on sprue - $46.50 USD / $60 CAD

Ork Warboss - new unbuilt - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Weirdnob Shaman - painted- $23 USD / $30 CAD
Ork Mek - built - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Converted Mek - painted - $11.50 USD / $15 CAD
Painboy - painted well - $23 USD / $30 CAD
Painboy - new on sprue/painted - $11.50 USD / $15 CAD
5 Nobz - painted red - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
5 Nobz - primed - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
5 Nobz - new on sprue - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
5 ETB Nobz - new unbuilt - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
3 Mega Nobz - new on sprue - $50 USD / $65 CAD
10 Ork Boyz - painted tabletop - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Ork Boyz - built/primed/painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
10 Fantasy Orks - Built - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
10 gretchin - built/painted - $15 USD / $18 CAD
10 Gretchin (night goblins) - painted - $12 USD / $15 CAD
5 Burna Boyz - built/primed - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
5 Lootas/Burnas - new on sprue - $27.34 USD / $35 CAD
5 Converted Tankbustas - built/painted - $23 USD / $30 CAD
6 Stikk Bommaz - painted well - $23 USD / $30 CAD
5 Metal Kommandos - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
12 Kommandos - painted - $78.50 USD / $100 CAD
5 Stormboyz - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
5 Stormboyz - painted well - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
5 Stormboyz - built/primed - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
3 Warbikers - painted - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
Converted Mini Buggy - primed - $12 USD / $15 CAD
Deff Kopta - new unbuilt - $15.50 USD / $20 CAD
Deff Killa Wartrike - converted painted - $46 USD / $60 CAD
Deff Killa Wartrike - new on sprue - $39.50 USD / $50 CAD
Boomdakka Snazzwagon - new on sprue - $39.50 USD / $50 CAD
RukkaTrukk Squigbuggy - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Shokkjump Dragsta - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Megatrack Scrapjet - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Deff Dread - built/painted - $34.50 USD / $45 CAD
Deff Dread (converted) - needs TLC - $23 USD / $30 CAD
3 Killa Kanz - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD
3 Killa Kanz - painted - $35 USD / $45 CAD
Trukk - painted/built - $35 USD / $45 CAD
Mek Gunz - new on sprue - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD
Mek Gunz - built - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Mek Gunz - converted custom built - $19.50 USD / $25 CAD
Battlewagon - new on sprue - $58.50 USD / $75 CAD
Battlewagon - built - $55.50 USD / $70 CAD
Converted Landraider - painted - $50 USD / $65 CAD
Burna Bomber - new on sprue - $60 USD / $75 CAD

3D Printed Orks
4 Grot Tanks - $8 USD / $10 CAD
Mek gunz - $8 USD / $10 CAD each
Ork battlefortress - $38.50 USD / $50 CAD

Ossiarch Bonereapers
Katakros - new on sprue - $86 USD / $110 CAD
Mortisan Boneshaper - new on sprue - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Moritsan Soupreaper - new on sprue - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Arch Kavalos Zandtos - new on sprue - $39 USD / $50 CAD
Mortrek Guard - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
Kavalos Deathriders - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
Gothizzar Harvester - new on sprue - $43 USD / $55 CAD

Lumineth Battletom Cards Tokens - new - $31.25 USD / $40 CAD
Lumineth Dice - new - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Archmage Teclis - new on sprue - $132.50 USD / $170 CAD
Avalenor, the Stoneheart King - new on sprue - $86 USD / $110 CAD
Scinari Cathallar - new on sprue - $23.50 USD / $30 CAD
Eltharion - new on sprue - $27.50 USD / $35 CAD
10 Vanari Auralan Wardens - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
10 Vanari Auralan Sentinels - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD
5 Vanari Dawnriders - new on sprue - $51 USD / $65 CAD
5 Alarith Stoneguard - new on sprue - $47 USD / $60 CAD

Endless Spells Nighthaunt - new on sprue - $30 USD / $38.50 CAD
Lady Olynder - new on sprue - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Kurdoss Valentian - new on sprue - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Tomb Banshee - new on sprue - $13.50 USD / $17 CAD
Throns of the Briar Queen - new on sprue - $20 USD / $25.50 CAD
Crawlocke the Jailor - new on sprue - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Chainrasp Hordes - new on sprue - $31.50 USD / $40 CAD
Bladegheist Revenants - new on sprue - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Dreadscythe Harridans - new on sprue - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Myrmourn Banshees - new on sprue - $13.50 USD / $17 CAD
Grimghast Reapers - new on sprue - $35.50 USD / $45 CAD
Glaivewrath Stalkers - new on sprue - $13.50 USD / $17 CAD
submitted by d6minis to Miniswap [link] [comments]

Idea for Campaign Mode

War robots is a really fun multiplayer game, but sometimes just doing the same kind of battle can get boring. My idea to spice things up would be a campaign. Constructive Criticism welcome! (When I refer to something as "X", this means that the name or number is up for discussion)
There are no titans or drones in this game mode.
You can choose to start as one of the factions, SpaceTech, Yan-Di Ventures, DSC, Icarus, or EvoLife. Whichever one you choose, you have to make a hangar from the robots from that faction. You cannot use robots from another faction once you have chosen one. As you progress through the levels, you will gain enough resources to upgrade your robots and equipment.
You will start pre-cataclysm, as a first time pilot for your chosen faction, you are trying to make a living with your robots by carrying out jobs instructed by your superiors. You are on planet earth, and you have a certain set of missions marked as levels as the player can see. Once you have finished with those levels, the cataclysm strikes and your company has to do whatever the faction does as listed on this, https://warrobots.com/en/posts/292.
Now you are trying to battle other factions for the best spot on the planet mars, as well as trying to find a better place for your faction to survive by sabotaging other factions, carrying out deadly missions, all while helping your faction carry out its research.
Many of the missions will not only be battling against AI, but sometimes trying to get through a base, or sabotage equipment by running through the enemy base in your robot trying to destroy things. Maybe one of your missions will be defending your own base from another attack.
Since this is a whole new game mode, it will be on a separate screen than your hangar, you will press a button saying campaign mode, and it will take you to your campaign mode hangar, where there is only one currency, palladium. Upgrades are instant just like titans, and there is an option to get more palladium through in-game purchases.
If, at any point in your campaign, you want to change factions, you can do so, but you will lose all of your progress and have to start over. Based on how good a robot is, there is a limit on how many times you can use it in your hanger, as shown below. (Keep in mind that this is the max and is up for change)

T1 Five of these robots
T2 Four of these robots
T3 Three of these robots
T4 Two of these robots
Using this form of campaign will allow for more dynamic gameplay when you aren't using the meta robots all of the time to win. This will also get more people interested in the lore of war robots as well as being able to incorporate it into the actual game.
Obviously this is a huge concept, and will probably take years to make, which I am fine with. I am also aware that the AI will need to be MUCH smarter. Again, I am fine with however many years you need to make this Pixonic. Just make it good. Despite this, I think that it will be a great concept that will make the players happy.
Now I can get back to doing homework.
submitted by Zojmyvinx to walkingwarrobots [link] [comments]

Infested Freighter

So I hopped in my hauler and went hunting for a derelict so I could get my hands on a few modules to upgrade my own freighter. Now I had scavenged one before, but the worst I came across was a few security drones... Needless to say I was unprepared for what was to come...
I don't know if this is a new occurrence or not, but the whole place was infested top to bottom. Room after room full of slime covered crap and nests. These little one eyed crawling buggers would pop out en masse, then scattered up the walls while spitting acid.
My normal load out is a bolt caster, a spitter, and then I've got a geo cannon and force shield. That does me pretty well on almost every planet... But on this ship, with my movement impaired... It took two iterations before I figured out the best way to deal with a nest was to pop the sucker, carpet bomb the area with the geo cannon, and mop up the stragglers with caster. After a few uhhh, misfires and a couple more iterations I finally cleared this sucker out.
I know a few things for certain now... I really fucking hate infestations... Give me an honest robot that just wants to kill me any day. And I really need to reconsider scatter blasters or some sort of flame thrower.
submitted by R3DV1K1NG to NoMansSkyTheGame [link] [comments]

Co-Op Mutation #235: Fire in the Hole

This mining outpost is one of a kind, and we’re committed to making sure that those of you who love this outpost like we do have a home here for many years to come. With that in mind, we want to let you know about a development change we’re making for your situation as we continue supporting it for the long-term. ­ As many of you know, the KMC continues updating its colonies long after the initial release—some of you will remember that we were actively funding the original outpost more than 10 years after it first started operations. This year we celebrated 10 years of Jarban Minor with one of our largest-ever job, with massive updates to the office, new trucks for miners, and a wage increase for employees worldwide. ­ We're going to continue supporting the mining outpost in the same manner as we have with our previous longstanding colonies, focusing on what our core and competitive investors care about most. What this means is that we're not going to be producing additional defenses against missiles going after your buildings, but we will continue to monitor the infested attacking your ships moving forward. On that last note, we're not planning to do anything about the exploding robots heading for your base. Jarban Minor, which is part of the highest echelon of professional mining, will also continue going strong as it has been through our friends, the Terran Dominion, and the Umojan Protectorate. ­ We know some of our miners have been looking forward to some of the things we’re moving away from, but the good news is this change will free us up to think about what’s next, not just with regard to Jarban Minor, but for the KMC as a whole. ­ Jarban Minor is core to KMC, and we’ve learned that it’s a colony that can change the lives of people who devote themselves to it, whether as a driller, driver, engineer, or mechanic. The outcome of each prospect is in your hands 100%. To become better, you have to look inward, be honest about any flaws, and dedicate yourself to improving. Jarban Minor teaches us that that process of improvement can be a reward in itself, and it’s certainly taught us a lot at KMC over the years. ­ You are one of the most passionate, creative, and dedicated colonies in all of Dominion Space. We're eternally grateful for your ongoing support, and we'll keep you updated on any and all plans we have for future voyages into the Koprulu Sector. ­

Map: Miner Evacuation

Missile Command Endless missile bombardments target your structures and must be shot down throughout the mission. Boom Bots Uncaring automatons carry a nuclear payload toward your base. One player must discern the disarming sequence and the other player must enter it.

Rating: Brutal +4

Video Replays on Brutal:

Player 1                                   Player 2
[CtG(Grease Monkey Swann)] Piky (Queen of Blades Kerrigan)
[CtG(Evolution Master Abathur)] Arcturus (Merchant of Death Arcturus)
[CtG(Herald of the Void Zeratul)] Ancalagon (Keeper of Shadows Vorazun)
[CtG(Infested Admiral Stukov)] Terribleness (Shadow of Death Alarak)

Boom Bot spawn timings

Time Qty
2:28 1
3:58 1
5:28 1
6:58 1
8:28 1
9:58 1
11:28 1
12:58 2
14:08 2
15:18 2
16:28 2
17:38 2
18:48 2
19:38 2
20:28 2
21:18 2
22:08 2
22:58 2
23:48 2
24:38 2
25:28 2
26:18 2

Other Notes:

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submitted by CtG526 to starcraft2 [link] [comments]


Since that is what it is...
I leave it to you, noting...
From Middle English domynacion, from Old French dominacion, from Latin dominātiō (“rule, dominion”), from dominor (“domineer; rule”); see dominate.
  1. The act of dominating; the exercise of power when ruling
  2. A ruling party; a party in power.
  3. A high order of angels in the celestial hierarchy.
  4. A fetish characterized by control/power over and discipline of one's sexual partner.
  5. (topology) Synonym of cover
  • "Rulership" = 2020 squares
  • "Wear the mask" = 2020 squares
Why? Simple:
A fetish characterized by control/power over and discipline of one's sexual partner.
  • "According to the code" = 1234 trigonal
  • ... ( "Code of Culture" = 1234 trigonal )
  • ... ( "The Spells of Eden" = 1234 trigonal )
  • ... .. ( "Great Knowledge" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. ( "What is in a name?" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa )
How have you enjoyed this year-long masquerade ball?
  • "Covid-19 domination" = 969 english-extended | 1109 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... "A Foundation" = 969 trigonal ( "The Vision" = 1019 trigonal )
  • ... .. "Business" = 969 trigonal ( "The Pattern" = 1109 trigonal )
  • ... .. .. "Matrix Code" = 969 trigonal ( "Master Plan" = 119 alphabetic )
A temperature of 969 degrees C is 1776.2 F
  • "The Supreme Ruler" = 1776 trigonal
  • "Emperor of the World" = 1776 trigonal
  • .. [ "The English Alphabetic Order" = 1776 trigonal ]
Temperature guns pointed at your head:
  • "Citizen" = "Temperature" = 666 jewish-latin-agrippa
... noting...
  • "Gun" = "The Canon" = "Garden of Eden" = 247 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "Gun" = "The Canon" = "Danger of Need" = 247 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "Gun" = "The Canon" = "Need of Danger" = 247 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "The Riddle" = "The Time" = 247 primes )
... while...
  • "Covid-19 domination" = 1109 jewish-latin-agrippa [ 11/9 @ 9/11 ]
  • ... "The Slaves" = 1019 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "Divine Rule" = 119 alphabetic )
... 119 @ 911
  • "Lockdown" = 119 reverse alphabetic
  • ... ( "The Mirror" = 119 reverse alphabetic )
  • ... .. [ "Coronavirus Conspiracy" = 911 primes ]
  • "Coronavirus Torture" = 1918 jewish-latin-agrippa
... because that is what it is. You are being dominated sexually.
  • "Know the Sex Ritual" = 1918 jewish-latin-agrippa ( ie. Spanish Flu )
The maverick politician puppets are all finally wearing masks because they can't stop grinning.
The rituals of the Eyes Wide Shut party have been partially externalized.
Earth has been openly declared a single giant harem. Everybody is now an odalisque of the Empire, whether they know it or not.
As long as you wear the mask you declare yourself a submissive sex slave of the state.
  • "Prostitute" = 1234 english-extended
  • ... ( "Code of Culture" = 1234 trigonal )
  • "The Key to Victory" = "The citizens bound and gagged" = 741 primes
Noting that the number 741 is off-by-one ( a colel ) of reverse timecode 742
  • "Welcome to the School" = 1,742 trigonal
  • .. ( "Quantum Entangling" = 1,742 trigonal )
  • .. .. ( "The Ultimate Thing" = 742 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • .. .. .. ( "Do not forget" = 742 english-extended )
  • .. .. .. ( .. your magic "Wand" = 742 squares )
  • "The New Lore of Spelling" = 742 primes
  • ... ( "The Time" = "The Riddle" = "Brutal" = 247 primes )
  • "Magic School" = 1337 squares
  • ... ( "The Virus Origin" = 1337 english-extended ) [ a metaphorical 'virus' ]
  • ... .. ( "Something Weird" = 1337 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. .. [ "Sex Education" = 1337 english-extended ]
  • ... .. .. [ "A=1: Sex Ritual" = 1337 english-extended ]
The sigil 'A=1' above symbolizing 'quantum entanglement'.
Quantum @ Qu-Antum @ Q-Antum @ 'Antum' is the ancient name of the Queen of Heaven.
  • "World Trade Center" = 1337 english-extended
  • ... ( "Secret World" = 1337 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. ( "A Liturgy" = 1337 english-extended )
  • "Organization" = 1337 english-extended
  • ... ( "Know a Great Secret" = 1337 english-extended )
  • ... ( "To Take My Ease" = 1337 english-extended )
  • ... .. . ( "The Serenity" = 1337 trigonal )
  • "Humanity" = "World Harem" = "The Mighty" = 369 primes
  • "Matrix Code" = "Business" = "World Harem" = 969 trigonal
  • ... .. ( "Wedding" = 969 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • "Society" = 911 trigonal
  • "A Quantum Entangling" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "Offensive" = "Division" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. ( "Society" = "Magic is Sex" = 911 trigonal ) [ "Hermeticum" = 911 trigonal ]
  • "The Coven" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "The Riddle of the Sphinx" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. ( "To Decrypt It" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa )
Golden ratio, accurate to three decimal places:
  • "Coven Revealed" = 1,618 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "Symbolic" = 1,618 squares )
  • ... .. [ "The Coronavirus Trick" = 1,618 jewish-latin-agrippa ]
  • ... .. [ "The Coronavirus is a Charade" = 1,618 jewish-latin-agrippa ]
  • ... .. .. [ "The Scepter of Empire" = 1,618 trigonal ]
And thus, +1...
  • "A Coven Revealed" = 1,619 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "The Church of the Venus" = 1,619 jewish-latin-agrippa
Below are the results of a multispectral matching operation across multiple ciphers, against my dictionary files - the closest matching spells to the word 'domination'. Following after are a similar set of results, but the latter matches are performed against my custom hand-entered lexicon files (ie. personal spellbook). The purpose of these result-sets is to examine the possibility of 'manufactured words', ie. the possibility that the lexicon is a structure encoded with intent, and contains numerically-indexed semantic association (ie. an enciphered mind-map). From another perspective, regardless of the truth of that hypothesis, all these spells listed below might - to persons of a certain mindset, perception or psychology, and to various degrees - represent, reflect, or oppose (in some fashion or other), the notion of 'domination'.
For example, a kabbalist movie scriptwriter might pick names and traits for his evil mastermind character from the list below (or derive them from anagrams thereof), in order to subtly encode the character's name with the intent he has for that character.
17 matches
  • admonition
11 matches
  • innominate
10 matches
  • marination
  • moderation [ EDIT - a new article just appeared, see here ]
  • nationwide
  • windburned
  • windscreen
9 matches
  • enlargement
  • importance
  • inapparent
  • middlemost
  • neoplastic
  • pleonastic
  • renominate
  • repurchase
  • superclean
8 matches
  • centralism
  • circumflex
  • clitorides
  • comeliness
  • conception
  • concessive
  • cumbersome
  • desolation
  • escarpment
  • evangelist
  • execration
  • forestland
  • freakishly
  • friendlily
  • greensward
  • hereabouts
  • illiteracy
  • incremental
  • indisposed
  • melodramatic
  • nucleation
  • overridden
  • paederasty
  • permeative
  • prosimian
  • reprovable
  • rheumatoid
  • shrivelled
  • wanderings
  • wordsearch
7 matches
  • accusingly
  • activation
  • aggression
  • alongshore
  • binoculars
  • bloodiness
  • bluebottle
  • capricious
  • casualness
  • cavitation
  • conjecture
  • Cornishman
  • cummerbund
  • demotivate
  • discounted
  • dishwasher
  • divisional
  • embroidery
  • endogamous
  • Evangelist
  • exasperate
  • excavation
  • foreshadow
  • grasslands
  • hierophant
  • indentured
  • inimitably
  • languisher
  • leopardess
  • libidinous
  • microlight
  • munificent
  • nutcracker
  • patchiness
  • performance
  • phylogenic
  • picaresque
  • rhapsodise
  • saltshaker
  • senatorial
  • singletree
  • strabismal
  • terraform
  • transferal
  • undeterred
  • unfiltered
  • unhandsome
6 matches
  • abundantly
  • affectively
  • alkalinity
  • allelopathic
  • anagrammatical
  • annuitant
  • arrestor
  • astonished
  • Berkshires
  • bookseller
  • bristols
  • brutalize
  • burnisher
  • calamitous
  • chautauqua
  • Christlike
  • colouring
  • consortia
  • craftiness
  • croakiness
  • crosshatch
  • daintiness
  • deepfrozen
  • equalizer
  • equivalence
  • eugenically
  • fishmonger
  • flagellation
  • heedlessly
  • Hellenizer
  • historical
  • horselaugh
  • Illinoisan
  • importer
  • incitation
  • infiltrate
  • innumerable
  • interlope
  • isolation
  • lithograph
  • litigative
  • matrilineal
  • misnumber
  • mortgagor
  • nightlight
  • nineteenth
  • nonacceptance
  • orphanhood
  • permanency
  • phonologic
  • plasterer
  • precentor
  • privateer
  • problematic
  • procurer
  • proleptic
  • purloined
  • reappoint
  • recitation
  • reclusive
  • reimport
  • repletion
  • revarnish
  • revolvable
  • sanctions
  • scantness
  • sequencing
  • skinflint
  • solecistic
  • sovereign
  • stabiliser
  • staleness
  • steersman
  • strangler
  • Tajikistan
  • uncollected
  • unhonored
  • unladylike
  • unshakably
  • Westphalia
  • Windermere
5 matches
  • abrasively
  • accompanist
  • apologist
  • behavioural
  • benevolent
  • Bridgeport
  • Chautauqua
  • chrysalis
  • cirrhoses
  • classicist
  • clickstream
  • commonweal
  • consignor
  • craziness
  • demoniacally
  • dilettanti
  • driftwood
  • efficiently
  • ellipsoidal
  • empiricism
  • encyclopedic
  • endearingly
  • energizing
  • epidemically
  • epinephrin
  • exterior
  • fasciculus
  • firstling
  • flannelette
  • frequency
  • genealogist
  • genotypic
  • guillemot
  • heterodox
  • horoscope
  • humanness
  • hungrily
  • hydration
  • identically
  • inclusive
  • initialize
  • inspirit
  • introject
  • irritably
  • jarringly
  • Marquesas
  • megavitamin
  • mesmerism
  • monoclonal
  • monsieur
  • nativist
  • necrology
  • noblewoman
  • nonjoiner
  • nursling
  • optimism
  • orthopaedic
  • pisspot
  • preadjust
  • precocity
  • presidium
  • Princeton
  • prisoner
  • providing
  • pufferfish
  • Quakerism
  • regrowth
  • reluctant
  • remodelling
  • responder
  • reticulate
  • rounders
  • sacristy
  • secretary
  • signature
  • soapsuds
  • somerset
  • stirring
  • suctional
  • syntactic
  • throwing
  • transmit
  • trapezoid
  • trillium
  • unedifying
  • unionism
  • unmindful
  • valediction
  • visitant
  • vitiator
  • vulgarise
  • waitress
4 matches
  • adaptational
  • Adventist
  • aesthetician
  • allotrope
  • amorality
  • annulment
  • antipathy
  • apportion
  • bachelorette
  • backstory
  • beseechingly
  • bluepoint
  • boondoggler
  • borrower
  • candytuft
  • carbuncular
  • chairwoman
  • comparison
  • confessor
  • conquest
  • continent
  • contorted
  • contractable
  • costumer
  • courtside
  • customer
  • determinate
  • diffidently
  • distorted
  • droopily
  • dyspepsia
  • ecumenicism
  • elocution
  • encouraging
  • endothermic
  • etherealize
  • executive
  • facilitator
  • footnoted
  • frostbite
  • generalship
  • globetrot
  • governor
  • groveller
  • guernsey
  • haemorrhoid
  • hastiness
  • history
  • holocaust
  • honorary
  • Humphrey
  • imponderable
  • inconceivable
  • intersex
  • jottings
  • junglegym
  • likeableness
  • literally
  • litterbug
  • logroller
  • magisterial
  • malthouse
  • masterpiece
  • miscount
  • Monsieur
  • necrological
  • nonillion
  • nonnative
  • nosiness
  • nutation
  • outspend
  • painkilling
  • palindromic
  • Palmcorder
  • paparazzi
  • paronymic
  • partially
  • pepperoni
  • perambulate
  • performer
  • perishables
  • perpetual
  • Philippine
  • phonetician
  • pliableness
  • posture
  • preprandial
  • Presidium
  • prostate
  • punchbowl
  • pustule
  • putative
  • pyromanic
  • queenship
  • reduplicate
  • results
  • retrofire
  • ritualise
  • Rotterdam
  • sciatically
  • Secretary
  • sentiency
  • sexiness
  • sforzati
  • shyster
  • sixtieth
  • slideshow
  • smallness
  • Somerset
  • soreness
  • spouter
  • stalwart
  • standout
  • starlight
  • subsidize
  • sweetener
  • synagogue
  • tattooer
  • tayberry
  • tenuity
  • textiles
  • timekeeping
  • totemism
  • transaxle
  • trouncer
  • turnkey
  • turnpike
  • twister
  • ulcerous
  • uncharitable
  • unground
  • unharmful
  • unhealthy
  • Unionism
  • unloving
  • unpracticed
  • unsubtle
  • untidily
  • uplifting
  • Valparaiso
  • veritably
  • virtues
  • voiceover
  • volcanology
  • volitive
  • vulcanism
  • warmonger
  • weaponize
  • whistler
  • whodunit
  • windsurf
  • wintery
  • workforce
  • worldling
  • yoghurt
3 matches
  • acquittance
  • affixation
  • alphabetize
  • antifascism
  • antonymic
  • apoplexy
  • apparatchik
  • articulated
  • beatification
  • Bialystok
  • botanically
  • brachycephalic
  • bullyboy
  • Cagliari
  • calcitic
  • cardinalship
  • chesterfield
  • chickenhearted
  • chinoiserie
  • choreograph
  • Christly
  • cinematize
  • clumsily
  • coextensive
  • congregant
  • conjuror
  • constancy
  • Continent
  • contrary
  • convolutedly
  • coriander
  • cotyledonous
  • courgette
  • courtly
  • crossbow
  • Cuisinart
  • cuspidate
  • dangerously
  • debonairly
  • decalcification
  • deliberation
  • dependably
  • depreciator
  • dereliction
  • dilapidation
  • diphthongal
  • directorial
  • domesticate
  • dubiosity
  • eavestrough
  • emotionally
  • enquiring
  • expectorant
  • expectorate
  • fairylike
  • flauntingly
  • foolishness
  • formatting
  • fundholding
  • furniture
  • geriatrician
  • Governor
  • grownup
  • Guayaquil
  • Guernsey
  • haberdashery
  • headteacher
  • hipsters
  • Holocaust
  • homogenised
  • ignitible
  • indivisible
  • internment
  • ionizer
  • Jacobinical
  • justifiable
  • keystone
  • laddishness
  • laparoscopy
  • lavatory
  • lyonnaise
  • machinery
  • manoeuvre
  • Marinduque
  • methicillin
  • misshapenly
  • momentum
  • monkshood
  • Monongahela
  • muezzin
  • mugginess
  • mugwump
  • mulberry
  • mythmaker
  • mythomane
  • Neptunian
  • nervous
  • nonaddicting
  • nontoxic
  • overleapt
  • overplay
  • overstuffed
  • overtone
  • participial
  • peevishness
  • playlist
  • politely
  • polygamy
  • predication
  • prevalently
  • prosecutor
  • Proteus
  • protocol
  • proviso
  • psychosexual
  • pudginess
  • purview
  • rearrange
  • rectilinear
  • remainder
  • resolver
  • rosemary
  • rosewood
  • schoolbook
  • schoolboy
  • Shavuoth
  • shrewdly
  • shrimping
  • silicosis
  • skimpily
  • slaphappy
  • slenderly
  • slumlord
  • sogginess
  • somnolence
  • spacewalker
  • spoonbill
  • stairlift
  • stalagmitic
  • standardise
  • stockily
  • stonily
  • stumpy
  • summery
  • summons
  • sunnily
  • swankily
  • swarthy
  • swiftly
  • taxonomic
  • teachableness
  • theorist
  • thermally
  • thickheaded
  • thrombotic
  • Thurrock
  • Tocqueville
  • tootsy
  • trichinae
  • Tuesdays
  • twinkly
  • unaddressed
  • uncertified
  • unconverted
  • unprotected
  • unquenchable
  • unseemly
  • unstably
  • unwoven
  • Uruguay
  • varsity
  • volleyer
  • voyageur
  • waxiness
  • Whistler
  • Whitsun
  • womenfolk
  • wordplay
  • wouldst
  • wrongly
All prime matches
  • abscission
  • absurdly
  • acknowledgeable
  • admonition
  • aesthetics
  • allegorize
  • altogether
  • anecdotist
  • antifreeze
  • appreciably
  • archetypic
  • auctioneer
  • audiometer
  • Aurelius
  • awareness
  • bastardly
  • bemusedly
  • bloodstain
  • bottoms
  • Bratislava
  • Brittonic
  • brusque
  • cannibalistic
  • caoutchouc
  • capacitative
  • carbonation
  • Churchillian
  • circumambience
  • citrous
  • clockwork
  • closedown
  • cluttered
  • conceptual
  • considering
  • contour
  • contrived
  • cookhouse
  • cornrow
  • crouton
  • cultist
  • declutter
  • degeneration
  • degenerative
  • delusional
  • deterrent
  • dilettante
  • disavowal
  • disinvite
  • disputable
  • distort
  • downlight
  • downlow
  • draughty
  • drippings
  • efficiently
  • elaboration
  • elaborative
  • enlightener
  • epidemically
  • epitomise
  • erectness
  • estuarial
  • excogitate
  • exhibitor
  • fairground
  • farinaceous
  • ferocious
  • firelighter
  • following
  • foresighted
  • frizzle
  • glassily
  • glassware
  • Hauptmann
  • Hellenistic
  • hellishly
  • hoovering
  • horologer
  • housewife
  • hurtful
  • huskily
  • iconoclast
  • illiterate
  • inadmissible
  • indignity
  • ingenious
  • innominate
  • inquest
  • intermesh
  • invariant
  • jointly
  • joyriding
  • judicious
  • Leoncavallo
  • lezzy
  • licitness
  • likability
  • limitedly
  • Lorenzo
  • lowdown
  • maladjusted
  • manifoldly
  • Marilynn
  • metabolize
  • meteorite
  • metricize
  • mistreat
  • mobilizer
  • mounter
  • moviemaker
  • network
  • nonjoiner
  • notation
  • occlusion
  • occlusive
  • opalescent
  • orientated
  • oubliette
  • outlands
  • pallidness
  • Penobscot
  • pervert
  • philological
  • pietistic
  • polymer
  • popinjay
  • populate
  • Powys
  • preaddress
  • predominance
  • preschool
  • President
  • president
  • proxy
  • psychobabble
  • publisher
  • purslane
  • racketeering
  • Rastafarian
  • relocation
  • remount
  • renounceable
  • republish
  • resilient
  • revaluate
  • rubberize
  • Salvadoran
  • scallywag
  • scapegoater
  • schoolmate
  • seduction
  • seductive
  • seemingly
  • seizure
  • seventeen
  • shamateur
  • shrimping
  • sightseer
  • sixty
  • solemnise
  • sophist
  • soulful
  • spoorer
  • spumoni
  • stagnancy
  • steeply
  • stemware
  • stinter
  • submergible
  • suburbs
  • subvent
  • sukiyaki
  • supernal
  • suspect
  • Taurus
  • teamwork
  • telecaster
  • thataway
  • titanium
  • Tonkinese
  • transcribe
  • Trenton
  • trilobite
  • twirler
  • unadvisable
  • uncollected
  • underpay
  • underrated
  • undersell
  • undressed
  • univalve
  • unjointed
  • unreason
  • untwine
  • Vespasian
  • vibrator
  • violist
  • vitalize
  • voiceless
  • vulcanised
  • Weizmann
  • Western
  • western
  • Whitney
  • windrow
  • workmate
  • worrier
  • worsted
  • yachtsman
  • zesty
Custom hand-entered lexicon files matches (out of 150,0000 entries from headlines, article text, comments, and my own stream of consciousness spell-entry (ie. the database into which go all my gematria calculations you see in my main writings). These are mostly in original entry order within each match-category (my program that performs these matches intentionally does not sort the final results alphabetically) Some of the results represent experimentation with spell augmentations, and other weirdness, and might not make much sense out of context. The capitalization is not consistent, as I often enter a spell multiple times, each time with differing capitalization to test how it affects the bacon cipher results Spells that are capitalized appear in italics, regardless of whether they are proper nouns or not.:
16 matches
  • Domination
10 matches
  • moderation
  • a frontline
  • learn to see
9 matches
  • to remember
  • offend a plant
  • a phantom mage
  • a phantom game
  • icon number
  • robotic arm
8 matches
  • great sight
  • to navigate
  • gain wisdom
  • great plant
  • the droning
  • tinfoil hat
  • new mineral
  • the elderly
  • flying cars
  • circumflex
  • Numbericon
  • Dark Throne
  • alien count
  • no freedoms
  • King Number
  • the raw meat
  • home number
  • single pole
  • right to ban
  • desolation
  • model taste
  • subtle bond
7 matches
  • I am new born
  • the legions
  • Is not legal
  • on the earth
  • The Black Door
  • Gain Wisdom
  • a conductor
  • erect penis
  • ferrofluid
  • heart valve
  • Evangelist
  • Yggdrasill
  • Conception
  • road safety
  • The Droning
  • the another
  • Family tree
  • dragon horn
  • The Problem
  • doctored map
  • squid brain
  • the rounded
  • math school
  • antechinus
  • to seek mate
  • humans done
  • triple heat
  • thunder act
  • the full map
  • mind point
  • inflame lung
  • say his name
  • erotic talk
  • three miles
  • one tie, body
  • techno sign
  • going viral
  • be Superman
  • the sky game
  • connect mind
  • Elfin Lords
  • Great Elves
  • another name
  • online gods
  • Spice agony
  • the arrival
  • stand there
6 matches
  • Brew of Gods
  • it is walled
  • Which plant
  • body language
  • the sublime
  • wild beasts
  • sealed shut
  • cross legged
  • to be still
  • Grail water
  • The Arrival
  • Lord of Gems
  • infiltrate
  • a hidden text
  • fake minerals
  • problematic
  • Salt Shaker
  • equivalence
  • the blue key
  • The Wine Map
  • Kingdom Key
  • King Ragnor
  • double parked
  • Please sith
  • isolation
  • Scale Ruler
  • A Wide World
  • magic keyboard
  • Ferrofluid
  • the keyboard
  • food parcels
  • was a racist
  • fifth state
  • the hogwash
  • number joke
  • autism gene
  • Crunch Time
  • number camera
  • the fed upon
  • the long neck
  • A World King
  • no more faces
  • learn spell
  • nineteenth
  • secret iPod
  • garbage swop
  • in darkness
  • the signals
  • reign news
  • A Wide River
  • cross beams
  • Water Beast
  • have no fears
  • Dragon Song
  • astonished
  • war is space
  • long times
  • huge number
  • A:What to eat
  • A1:the real book
5 matches
  • A Great Enemy
  • It is veiled
  • The Book Club
  • The One Time
  • Walled City
  • The Black Pearl
  • Family Blood
  • frequency
  • in prison
  • horoscope
  • The Sublime
  • go to sleep
  • to learn it
  • to bring it
  • The Looper
  • let it live
  • Body Language
  • The Inferno
  • Apple iPadOS
  • signature
  • Andrew Bolt
  • benevolent
  • scooters
  • Light Phone
  • all the light
  • eye have a tail
  • osteoderm
  • inclusive
  • HongKonger
  • geoglyphs
  • the sandwich
  • Hongkonger
  • debut flight
  • Impish Mind
  • keep them safe
  • Dune walker
  • moosphere
  • An Ancient Name
  • Great Black One
  • read Tolkien
  • not bragging
  • The Weir God
  • Isolation
  • mighty men
  • The Riptide
  • Book Seller
  • Isolation
  • the smoker
  • over brink
  • A Contrarian
  • Lithograph
  • This is fact
  • the ruling
  • soap bubbles
  • agent of chaos
  • reluctant
  • The Signals
  • the safe haven
  • Linkin Park
  • the great map
  • hold hostage
  • Naya Rivera
  • the expired
  • star bound
  • The One Alone
  • real dragons
  • The Key of Adam
  • the rivals
  • nice treats
  • king count
  • count king
  • the grim one
  • Great Command
  • the crooks
  • bounce singe
  • meaninglass
  • Grey Dragon
  • absolutes
  • quite rare
  • Naval Lexer
  • letter ink
  • dragon's shed
  • lost ring
  • Plato's cave
  • cross line
  • linked minds
  • kiss foot
  • Risen Lord
  • Melian's help
  • a faster clock
  • Shining One
  • The David Key
  • I am Eleventh
  • I am the Elven
  • One Throne
  • the wizard
  • Mithrandir
  • the sarcast
  • scatter ash
  • in the Black Lake
  • which witch
  • wolf night
  • the anomaly
  • a secret plan
  • A1:nine month
  • woman cycle
  • corona blood
  • woman blood
  • Lunar Blood
  • Corona Hoax
  • a few seconds
  • Asian women
  • The Belters
  • flying blind
4 matches
  • it is finis(?)
  • master piece
  • masterpiece
  • The Great Map
  • The Great Web
  • The Tabernacle
  • Do the 1 trick
  • to fight it
  • the fixers
  • the barred gate
  • A high tower
  • insert it
  • history
  • the hermetic
  • natural code
  • wait a second
  • to rotate
  • to visit
  • the revels
  • seek me out
  • build it up
  • to forfeit
  • shoot up
  • start here
  • a patient man
  • a woman of god
  • the piercing
  • the vacuum
  • Right Now
  • mobile phone
  • All you need
  • Find Venus
  • Show me a map
  • Third Move
  • Find a Tavern
  • war monger
  • Booksmart
  • Hells Angels
  • documents
  • caged teenagers
  • *Spektr-RG *
  • Amber Alerts
  • the ritual
  • nuclear pact
  • a fuel tanker
  • holocaust
  • performer
  • a April Fool
  • to wind it
  • A Time Lost
  • Laws of Noah
  • slant ramp
  • Ocean Master
  • a au-pair agent
  • starlight
  • blood type
  • paronymic
  • insults
  • rod of iron
  • The Other Lab
  • Free Party
  • Fracking boom
  • Who to blame
  • The Bing Maps
  • the centipede
  • the metrical
  • The Wizard
  • A Riddle: Steel
  • save lives
  • to posit
  • Philippine
  • after take off
  • the arrest
  • The highway
  • In theory
  • death tracker
  • cat and dog tax
  • window god
  • zodiac light
  • 1 magic moment
  • Reprobus
  • the Firefly
  • Somerset
  • A1A:the genesis
  • Time Slope
  • Loud Shading
  • gate motor
  • the sand beaches
  • inconceivable
  • keep the faith
  • upskirt
  • A Time is Done
  • global pandemic
  • book buyer
  • the health code
  • swathe death
  • In prison
  • a great impact
  • Ignore them
  • The Mud March
  • Manly P. Hall
  • the green bench
  • defund police
  • the beginning
  • the venus
  • the renaming
  • a mocking joke
  • insert it
  • to plug in
  • what is a name
  • king of earth
  • the born again
  • one grammar
  • the heart beata
  • knock over
  • The Sex Magic
  • A Wand of Abaris
  • The Designer
  • open the safe
  • agree with me
  • sum a word
  • A: Build a spell
  • the elephant
  • Lost Chord
  • abandon sight
  • alcohol sell
  • the style
  • swingers
  • lose finding
  • a trick rabbit
  • Elven Friend
  • a high standard
  • the bare bones
  • A1:Special rock
  • genetic codex
  • A1:landing-full
  • results
  • cabalist legend
  • Gulf language
  • the bank myna
  • ye submit
  • new sheeps
  • the line guage
  • Reveal agendas
  • the engendered
  • adoring them
  • Image Your
  • The Grim One
  • boiling frog
  • air waster
  • A:first key
  • in a fairyland
  • a blood taste
  • Porn share
  • Coruscant
  • A Steel Riddle
  • Water Time
  • If not A then B
  • Blue Shirt
  • the video game
  • the false claim
  • I am the Lunch
  • skin of scale
  • Silver Lake
  • I returned
  • Geoglyphs
  • media avatars
  • Crowned life
  • New Origin
  • sick world
  • remove oil
3 matches
  • someone knows
  • The Great Fact
  • The Debon King
  • Masterpiece
  • One Name of God
  • Starlight
  • of Saturn
  • seven days
  • The Long Tail
  • the long tail
  • number key
  • key number
  • key number
  • The City Gate
  • The Beginning
  • The Tower
  • spell lore
  • Hellmouth
  • History
  • The Ritual
  • Wisdom Teeth
  • all together
  • The Revels
  • all memory
  • pump blood
  • Fallen Titan
  • Age of Bronze
  • the current
  • The Current
  • father to son
  • The Hidden Keep
  • A1:True Crime
  • into the tomb
  • To visit
  • First Rain
  • The Tools
  • Hot Enough
  • polygamy
  • increase mind
  • Hollywood AAA
  • Wait a second
  • Holocaust
  • Rowhammer
  • Documents
  • a spoken word
  • rejected cereal
  • Computer:AAA
  • The Banks Rig
  • the academic pay
  • tiger count
  • rosewood
  • the riots
  • deliberation
  • wikipedia
  • The Elephant
  • A Trade Center
  • Heat Anomaly
  • The Trumpean
  • biter tooth
  • Shoshenq I
  • the standard
  • the recalling
  • momentum
  • Next Door
  • an axolotl
  • wild bird seed
  • stand down
  • The 1 Ransom
  • clever way
  • evil twin
  • the great fear
  • the momentous
  • bright circle
  • race-based hatred
  • Sense Six
  • the vote count
  • the senses
  • Choir Room
  • That Error
  • Eye of the Baal
  • total noob
  • charging bull
  • pot plant
  • pubic hair
  • green bottle
  • wolf puppy
  • The Cold drum
  • Swingers
  • the robber band
  • microglia
  • Performer
  • Old Town Road
  • A:Romulans
  • spell beans
  • the musth
  • The Tale of Pan
  • A=1: The Wrong Food
  • Zodiac Light
  • Dol Guldur
  • The Hive Test
  • Beginning IX
  • giant bubbles
  • new skins
  • great round
  • The Karate Kid
  • Caledonian Boar
  • Bultitude
  • German attack
  • tidal lock
  • small moon
  • Starbucks
  • the coffin case
  • the top brand
  • Land of Khan Eden
  • lock lungs
  • keystone
  • Six Sense
  • the envoy
  • Wedding Ring
  • go in circles
  • I have message
  • A1:Seven Days
  • the magic ring
  • the palmtree
  • time to let go
  • know great
  • Alpha Aeon Omega
  • Amoricana Brand
  • The Life Debt
  • sign up, watch
  • rideshare
  • mans grove
  • the dominant
  • the abominate
  • A Book Seller
  • A: Playing Out
  • apoplexy
  • sexy joke
  • gorean venus
  • Ken Bowersex
  • torah riddle
  • To Disobey
  • At the thing
  • all powerful
  • wordplay
  • the math twin
  • Laws of Light
  • Dream Chasers
  • a sex show
  • saves sex
  • the high born
  • Ballroom Dance
  • A Space Ghost
  • sick money
  • Swallow Whole
  • all-new model
  • to ply game
  • high death rate
  • vas school
  • Volcano High
  • the diplomat
  • wash a mask
  • Vega express
  • The Venus
  • Know the Lies
  • A Trumpet
  • tax havens
  • the vulkan
  • a fear of disease
  • A:Face the Music
  • know wine
  • our destiny
  • Proteus
  • to empty
  • build archive
  • the good food
  • The Marathon
  • to me, knights
  • cool text
  • Japanese Acts
  • The Red Plant
  • branch language
  • gain her heart
  • Ship Riot
  • to beggar belief
  • on standby
  • The Kisser
  • digital door
  • The Straw
  • Myth Tree
  • the honest
  • The Mali coup
  • man motion
  • Great Troth
  • I am the Night
  • maneouver
  • I am the thing
  • The culprit
  • Lost funding
  • warm wish
  • Uber Language
  • Crown Mine
  • sound box
  • The Line Gauge
  • The Wide Line
  • The Final Day
  • The 1 Last Day
  • The Cardinals
  • See Eschaton
  • the game count
  • I am in mine
  • Frog Faction
  • dining out
  • dragons hunt
  • to eat a heart
  • new world
  • incarnatio
  • the penitant
  • I am spirit
  • The Tauredur
  • Witch Covens
  • dream girl
  • I am vampiric
  • the Venus
  • the bite dancer
  • spiced cookie
  • great offices
  • the toilet
  • A:AstraZeneca
  • the capitals
  • the cowardice
  • fire an official
  • demise of farm
  • New World 2000
  • world war
  • Sous Vide
  • the great beer
  • Church Choir
  • come to earth
  • Blood Type
  • to be quiet
  • 1. think of it
  • You come back
  • touch time
  • Tributes
  • church hacking
  • credible thread
  • shadowy cabal
  • One Rogue Bat
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njWvn6jm5cY [ "heavy metals" = 1,360 jewish-latin-agrippa ]
'Hominis Nocturna'
The ciphers used in the matching operation that resulted in the lists above were:
  • basic alphabetic (ordinal), reduction, reverse alphabetic, reverse reduction, sumerian, english-extended, jewish-latin-agripp, old-english, bacon, baconis, satanic, septenary, alw, kfw, primes, trigonal, squares.
Lung damage found in COVID dead may shed light on 'long COVID'
The Chinese word for 'Dragon' is 'Long' or 'Lung' (depending on regional dialect).
...and 'shedding light' is a metaphor. Serpentine creatures shed skin.
Social distancing theme:
Phone home
NASA calls Voyager 2, and the spacecraft answers from interstellar space
The spacecraft is so far south it can only talk to one Earth-bound antenna.
  • "The Spacecraft" = "I am the Dark Lord" = "A Social Distance" = 1,911 squares
  • "The Spice Craft" = "The Number" = 470 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "The Spacecraft Answer" = 1776 trigonal
  • "Earthbound" = "Heart-bound" = 337 primes
  • ... ( "Pendragon" = "Fallen ones" = 337 english-extended )
  • "Know Earth-bound antenna" = 1717 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... .. ( "The Occult" = 1717 squares )
  • ... ( "Conquer the world" = 1717 trigonal )
  • "Know one Earth-bound antenna" = 1812 jewish-latin-agrippa
Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture (Full with Cannons)
Four days ago I made this stub page, ...
... which contains, as one of only two "non-numeric" themed spells, "A Super Typhoon"
Today, the press provides an answer and contribution:
What Is a Super Typhoon, and Why Are They So Dangerous?
Massive storms like Goni, which hit the Philippine islands on Sunday, could be a glimpse of our future.
  • "Massive storms" = 644 primes | 3,322 squares ( "Rain" = 322 trigonal )
We also see that:
  • "Massive storms" = 1,365 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "The Source" = 365 primes )
ie. 365 days in a year, which prompts thoughts of solar storms.
  • "A Storm of the Sun God" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "The Storm of a Sun God" = 911 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "The Sun God" = 1,777 squares )
Let's answer their question with itself:
Q: What Is a Super Typhoon, and Why Are They So Dangerous
"A: What Is a Super Typhoon, and Why Are They So Dangerous" = 911 primes
  • "The Whirlwind Empire" = 1776 trigonal | 3333 squares | 680 primes
... and the Whirlwind is the Empire.
Domination by Uber Typhon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HDlr44qeHY [ refuse mask @ rfs msk ]
'Indominus Rex, camouflage scene'
Five days straight of no new coronavirus cases or deaths in Victoria, Australia
Q: how many days straight?
"A: Five days straight" = 1611 jewish-latin-agrippa ( = "Show me the key" )
The key to what?
  • "The Key to Victory" = 2020 jewish-latin-agrippa ( "The 1 Key to Victory" = 742 primes )
Star Wars - 'Emperor Palpatine Suite' (Theme)
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