More importantly, why is there an Enderdragon in GMOD?
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I find everything the picture represents incredibly adorable.
Regarding dice, I'm sure they use RNGs to supplant dice in all but the most deeply conservative regions.something to do with carbonated water and numbered raisins…
And apparently dragons and unicorns exist? WHY DON'T I HAVE/KNOW BEINGS FROM EITHER SPECIES!
Furry connection not surprising.
And Dr. Isiah Jones is engaging in 'Appeal to Authority' argument in some of his posts, an argument that basically falls back upon a source of authority (in this case The Bible) to make it's claims.
This basically means that the argument is only as strong as the source of authority in question or how much the audience is willing to accept said argument. As it stands, I do see Mr. Jones arguments only being as strong as the connections that he makes and the acceptance of his appeals to authority argument, in which he seems to take a Biblical Literalist Position and likely may find strongest support amongst those who take a similar stance.
In other words, I find his position to be flimsy as all fuck and his views to be on the 'extremist' side of the scale, which is something I don't like on principal.
And since I don't want this post to be all vitrol, here is a fancomic based on the Mare Do Well episode by this guy.
Triangle, Landover Baptist is a parody website. You got trolled.
And had too much free time on my hands.
So I have a solid defense. Totally fucking rock solid.
...My favorite character on this show is Twilight Sparkle. I just wanted to throw that out there.
With such a large "hand" as a hoof, you're very unlikely to make a die, much less use one. Making a die requires hacking and cutting, which will require unicorn telekinesis finesse, making it a, ahem, rarity among the masses. You might see dice-analogues (multi-branch sticks, knuckle-bones, sugar cubes) but any ability to ascribe certain properties to them that are not inherent will prove difficult.
On the other hand, it is simple to do it "Pooh-sticks" style: throw any kind of easily-differentiable knickknacks (hopefully less than 100 g in weight and not toxic when ingested, but this is not a strict requirement) into a river, and see which one goes past a predetermined point first.