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  1. Most peachwood swords are made for practice. This one, however, was made from wood from a peach tree that grew at Mount Longhu in the shadow of the Hanging Coffins, cut by a Doashi of the Seventh Ordination. He carved the Seven Stars into its blade, and danced their power. This weapon damages most targets, including astral, ethereal, phantasmal and the like. When magical characters are written on the blade with grease, the damage vs. intangible targets is changed to Killing (HKA). These magical characters must be renewed from time to time, as they wear off. 15 30 point Multipower, 0 END, vs. Desolid, OAF u1 3d6 HA u1 1d6 HKA Of course, a Heroic Level version would include STR Min and possibly Real Weapon Limitations. From The Girl with Ghost Eyes, by M. H. Boroson, more fun than any novel I've read for years.
  2. Hong Kong Cinema Out of Sync Fight Dialog: Your hero's lips and mouth movements become distinctly out of sync with your running fight dialog as does that of your foes. - Ian Korman
  3. Bullet Time: You appear to move in slow motion. Your foe does, too. Theme Song: When you are clearly perceived, your chosen theme song comes immediately to mind. Only versus those with EGO, and target must also already know this song. Ghost Strike (幽灵罢工, Yōulíng bàgōng), When your fist or foot hits someone hard enough to inflict Knockback and Stun them without Knockout, their astral form is seen flying back further, than retracting inside them. What Features would you add to this?
  4. Today in 1996, Marvel Entertainment filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
  5. It was 44 years ago today that the Edmund Fitzgerald was being loaded with 26,000 tons of iron ore, prepped for what would become her doomed final voyage.
  6. 1959 - pretty fly for a white guy. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/"Weird_Al"_Yankovic
  7. Birthdays, historical notes and remembrances for today: Sol Hess (1872) Grace Drayton (1877) Eastman receives patent on his new paper-strip film (1884) Roundhay Garden Scene (1888) Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890) Philip Mendoza (1898) George Wilson (1902) Bob Oksner (1916) Winnie-the-Pooh (1926) Roger Moore (1927) Giovanni Gandini (1929) Happy Hooligan/And Her Name was Maud concludes (1932) L'Avventuroso debuts (1934) Dann Jippes (1945) Katy Manning (1946) Chuck Yeager becomes first to exceed speed of sound (1947) Bruno Di Sano (1951) Harry Anderson (1952) Charlie Williams (1952) Martin Luther King Jr. receives Nobel Peace Prize (1964) Michael R. Hawkins (1965) First live TV broadcast by American astronauts in orbit (1968) Henri Jenfevre (1968) Christopher Jones (1969) Brandon Peterson (1969) Stijn Gisquière (1975) IPC merges 2000 AD and Starlord into 2000 AD and Starlord (1978) Jaume aka Jaume Pallardó Segarra (1978) Vanessa Davis (1978) First National March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights (1979) President Ronald Reagan proclaims War on Drugs (1982) Ming Doyle (1984)
  8. 1956 - American actress, screenwriter, presenter, and comedian Arleen Sorkin, born this date. Sorkin is known for portraying Calliope Jones on the NBC daytime serial Days of Our Lives and for inspiring and voicing the DC Comics villain Harley Quinn in Batman: The Animated Series and the many animated series and video games that followed it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arleen_Sorkin
  9. 1942, Milton Caniff's Burma strips began appearing in American military service papers. From Wikipedia: During the war, Caniff began a second strip, a special version of Terry and the Pirates without Terry but featuring the blonde bombshell, Burma. Caniff donated all of his work on this strip to the armed forces—the strip was available only in military newspapers. After complaints from the Miami Herald about the military version of the strip being published by military newspapers in the Herald's circulation territory, the strip was renamed Male Call and given a new star, Miss Lace, a beautiful woman who lived near every military base and enjoyed the company of enlisted men, whom she addressed as "Generals". Her function, Caniff often said, was to remind service men what they were fighting for, and while the situations in the strip included much 'double entendre', Miss Lace was not portrayed as being promiscuous. Much more so than civilian comic strips which portrayed military characters, Male Call was notable for its honest depiction of what the servicemen encountered; one strip displays Lace dating a soldier on leave who had lost an arm (she lost her temper when a civilian insulted him for that disability). Another strip had her dancing with a man in civilian clothes; a disgruntled GI shoved and mocked him for having an easy life, but Lace's partner was in fact an ex-GI blinded in battle. Caniff continued Male Call until seven months after V-J Day, ending it in March 1946.
  10. 1806, carbon paper is patented in London by inventor Ralph Wedgewood.
  11. Happy birthday to actress Karen Allen, born this date in 1951. Among many fine performances, she played Marion Ravenwood in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008):
  12. 1537 The 1st complete English-language Bible, the "Matthew Bible" is printed, with translations by William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale 1675 Dutch mathematician Christiaan Huygens patents the pocket watch 1881 Edward Leveaux patents automatic player piano 1883 The Orient Express departs on its first official journey from Paris to Instanbul 1915 Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado & Utah is established 1931 Dick Tracy comic strip by Chester Gould debuts 1933 Esquire magazine is 1st published 1949 United Nations' permanent NYC headquarters is dedicated 1957 Soviet Union launches Sputnik I, the 1st artificial Earth satellite into elliptical low Earth orbit 1957 "Leave It to Beaver" debuts on CBS 1958 Transatlantic commercial jet passenger service began (BOAC) 1971 Borden's opens a turn-of-century ice cream parlor at Disney World 1973 Hans of Manens ballet "Adagio Hammerklavier" premieres in Amsterdam 1974 John Lennon releases "Walls & Bridges" album featuring No. 1 single "Whatever Gets You thru the Night" 1980 ABC premiere of Saturday futuristic fantasy cartoon "Thundarr the Barbarian” 1985 Free Software Foundation is founded in Massachusetts, USA 1987 "The Last Emperor" directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and starring John Lone, Joan Chen and Peter O'Toole premieres at the Tokyo Film Festival (Best Picture 1988) 1990 U.S. premiere of Fox TV's "Beverly Hills, 90210" starring Luke Perry, Jason Priestley and Shannen Doherty 1999 "Breathe" single released by Faith Hill (Billboard Song of the Year 2000) Thanks to Rebecca E. Whitten
  13. 1908, Ford Model T automobiles were offered for sale at a price of US $825.
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