Malc sat on the floor legs crossed calmly eating the food that was but before him placing it on his lap ignoring the people in the cell across from Name: Astriella "Delirium" ElivanAge: Looks mid to late 20's.Occupation: Anarchist, war monger, assassinAppearance: Long golden hair, Trim and lightly muscular, one purple eye the other blue. Very pale skin. Average human height. Race: Unknown.Weapons: Madness: A bow made of bone. The string is made of a strong, sharp material, it able to cut through flesh and metals alike.Discord: A hand carved staff. The wood black as night without a moon. It has an aura of fear and death about it and is only able to be held by her as it can drive anyone else mad and sick.Abilities: Mastery of illusion, necromancy, posions, and all general black magic. Proficient in elemental.Siren: Her voice hold power. She can easily manipulate people with her words. Singing enhances her abilities, making her spells stronger or can enthrall opponents.Bio: Astriella, a woman of many names. She topples empires, ruled worlds, and even saved the universe a few times, not as much for everyone else as her own well being. She found herself in The Realm after an atempt to recreate a planet, but this is the end of her story...Once upon a time there was a work. It was brilliant and beautiful. She was just a youth when the planet was attacked and destroyed by the Grawyl. Many were killed some were captured, tortuered....She was one of thise unlucky enough to have fallen. Astriella's race had potent magical abilities but were a peaceful people. The Grawyl wanted to harness that potential for there own army. They intent to exploit by melding race into one of slave warriors. The Grawyl had steps to achieving a take over of there minds and abilties...first break tge spirit, then torture them, work them, till they think nothing but please the masters. This worked for most and the ones it didnt were killed. They could always breed more...Astriella had broken, her spirit shattered after watching her mother ripped apart…
them; Creon and Antigone have heroic characteristics. Comparably Antigone and Creon, Creon fits the role of tragic hero by eventually by the end knowing what he did was wrong and would want to take it back.
Although Creon thinks he is an “above average” person by being a king makes him more fit for the tragic hero part he has more power which differentiates him from Antigone. “All My Life long I have been a kind of butt for the dull arrows of doddering fortunetellers!’(Scene 5,41-45). Nothing shows…
ld have to maintain at
least a C average in order to get their drivers license. Many believe that this shows responsibility,
which then carries over into responsible driving. Others think that grades show no correlation
with getting a drivers license and that anyone applicable should be able to receive one.
Although some may disagree on the fact that grades are relevant when it comes to
receiving a drivers licence, I believe that maintaining a C average should be necessary. There is a
these type of people drove the revelation and had a hand in many aspects they are over looked by many educating institutions. The story of “George Robert Twelves Hewes” give use the rarly seen perspective of the revolution through the eyes of the average person. Even though putting Hewes next to George Washington makes him seem like he had no role in the revolution, in reality he was at several historical point in the revition.
From Start to finnish the American revolution…
measures the length with and height of the blocks, they can calculate the volume of each block. If one measure the thickness of a certain number of papers, they can calculate the thickness of each paper.
Metric ruler, 2 blocks, note book, text book, calculator
First I measured the length, width, and height of the first block. After recording each measurement I calculated the volume of the block. Next Jake measured the length, width, and height of the second block. He then…
Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights employs a somewhat unorthodox narrative structure, with Mr Lockwood acting as the external framework to Nelly Dean’s tale. The reader initially identifies himself with the character of Lockwood, who is introduced to Wuthering Heights at the same time as himself. He later serves as a validation of Nelly’s central tale, as he has witnessed the current circumstances that are the consequence of it. However, while both narrators lend their particular perspective to the…
Height and Control In
Student No. 617265
The Automatic Level
An Automatic level is an optical instrument
that provides a height reference.
The height reference is the horizontal plane
measured through the axis of the level. This
is also known as the Height of Plane of
Backsight reading to OBM.
These are commonly found carved into old
The staff is to be held vertically parallel above the OBM.
The OBM will also have…
An Analysis of Wuthering Heights Using Freud’s Personalities
Often times the actions of individuals are confusing and unintelligible to those around them. It seems that everyone has secret motives driving their actions, but the method that forces them to act is not seen. Therefore, irrational actions can only be seen throughout overarching psychological premises to determine why the actions occur. Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights contrasts the psychoanalytical premise behind Freud’s personalities…
Wuthering Heights: Heathcliff –
Heathcliff is the main character in Emily Brontë’s classic novel Wuthering Heights, and the whole plot revolves around this fascinating man from the time when he arrives at Wuthering Heights as a dark and dirty foundling and until he ends his days as a powerful landlord of both Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange. This evolvement of the character and the fact that he is merely described by three narrators…
Height Linked to Cancer
Tall heights might have grace in them but who knew that they could have a higher risk of getting ten different types of cancer from them. There is a 16% chance for ever women over 4-inches to be diagnosed with any type of cancer. Though before it was shown that tall heights just increase the risk of breast cancer in women and testicular in men, now it shows that it could be any type of cancer or disease. This is because tall people have more cells and there are greater chances…