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Steel Aces 6: Changing of the Guard 
When demoing Metahumans Rising, a common question was always, do I have a favorite Ace? each of the Steel Aces has a different appeal for me. However, Crossfire tends to be high on my list, as he can be anyone, or at least look like anyone. Also, quick shout out to our first Legendary (Comic) Hero who has a cameo in this week's comic. 

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Don't copy-paste from the lab handout: e.g. "equations you will need" and "You should notice". Second person is wholly improper in a lab report. Write fresh prose with a single voice.

IN your figure 8, you completely missed the axes on the graph. The vertical axis is tan theta, not theta itself. That means "assuming a 45 degree launch trajectory" is setting the y-intercept to tan(45 degrees) = 1, not 45, and the plot as you present it is worthless and you come to a spurious conclusion.

Finally, while I encourage cooperation between partners, DO NOT submit identical writeups with only the names altered. That has cost the two of you one point here; a repetition will incur a harsher penalty.

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Beals was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois's South Side,[2] the daughter of Jeanne (née Anderson), an elementary school teacher, and Alfred Beals, who owned grocery stores.[3][4] Beals' father was African-American, and her mother is Irish-American.[5] She has two brothers, Bobby and Gregory.[6] Her father died when Beals was 9 years old,[7] and her mother married Edward Cohen in 1981.[8] Beals says her bi-racial heritage affected her... she "always lived sort of on the outside", with an idea "of being the other in society

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2 hours ago, tkdguy said:


In all fairness, she's an artificial life form, so she may not even feel cold or heat.




The picture itself is mildly amusing to me. However, I don't really care about the chainmail bikini "controversy".


a. I can separate fiction from reality.

b. I usually game with people that are mature enough to do likewise.

c. Escapism is a healthy outlet; real life is depressingly grey.

d. Armor with a cleavage window is - in terms of titillation -  nothing compared to other options. In Dungeons & Dragons, there is a magical item known as the "Bracers of Defense". The defensive potency of a particular specimen sets AC somewhere on a range from 8 to 2; at the lowest end of the spectrum, a bare-ass warrior can run around with protection comparable to that of an armored knight (this is before Dexterity, spells or other magical items are factored in, mind you). Toss on some "Boots of the North" to protect against pesky freezing temperatures and you've effectively got Red Sonja or Conan the Barbarian. Of course, you can obviate the need for any mystical artifact by playing a Monk :yes:.

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