A place to ask me things I guess

Well, from what I remember he's only died in RJITU out of the active RPs, but he's not in all of them either.
 
Don't know, but I have seen a few dragon wolf hybrids, but I don't personally know exactly what one would look like.
 
I can't think of an example right now, sorry, but I know there's probably something. I'll try to answer this better later.
 
Well, from what I know, a cube is the same size in every dimension, while I don't even know if a block is considered a shape. Instead I think a block is just a thing used to make other things, or a thing made out of something as a way of storing it.

EDIT:
Dictionary
Definitions from Oxford Languages
Search for a word
search_grey600_24dp.png






block
/bläk/
See definitions in:
All
Timber
Printing
Mechanics
Computing
Philately
Sports
Finance
Bridge
Medicine
Theatre
noun
noun: block; plural noun: blocks
  1. 1.
    a large solid piece of hard material, especially rock, stone, or wood, typically with flat surfaces on each side.
    "a block of marble"













    Similar:
    chunk


    hunk


    brick


    slab


    lump


    piece


    bar


    cake


    cube


    wedge


    mass


    wad


    slice


    wodge
    • a sturdy, flat-topped block used as a work surface, typically for chopping food.
      "a chopping block"
    • BRITISH
      a set of sheets of paper glued along one edge, used for drawing or writing on.
      "a sketching block"













      Similar:
      pad


      notebook


      tablet


      sketchbook


      scratch pad


      jotter
    • any of a set of solid cubes used as a child's toy.
    • a starting block.
      "the thrust a sprinter gets when coming out of the blocks"
    • PRINTING
      a piece of wood or metal engraved for printing on paper or fabric.
    • the main body of an internal combustion engine, containing the pistons.
      noun: cylinder block; plural noun: cylinder blocks; noun: engine block; plural noun: engine blocks
    • a head-shaped mold used for shaping hats or wigs.
  2. 2.
    BRITISH
    a large single building subdivided into separate rooms, apartments, or offices.
    "an apartment block"













    Similar:
    building


    complex


    structure


    development
    • a building or part of a complex used for a particular purpose.
      "a cell block"
    • NORTH AMERICAN
      the area bounded by four streets in a town or suburb.
      "ours was the ugliest house on the block"
    • NORTH AMERICAN
      the length of one side of a town block, typically as a measure of distance.
      "he lives a few blocks away from the museum"
  3. 3.
    a large quantity or allocation of things regarded as a unit.
    "a block of shares"













    Similar:
    batch


    group


    cluster


    set


    section


    quantity


    series
    • COMPUTING
      a large piece of text processed as a unit.
    • an unseparated unit of at least four postage stamps in at least two rows, generally a group of four.
  4. 4.
    an obstacle to the normal progress or functioning of something.
    "substantial demands for time off may constitute a block to career advancement"













    Similar:
    obstacle


    obstruction


    bar


    barrier


    impediment


    hindrance


    check


    hurdle


    stumbling block


    difficulty


    problem


    snag


    disadvantage


    complication


    drawback


    hitch


    handicap


    deterrent


    blockage


    stoppage


    stopping up

    clot


    occlusion


    congestion



    Opposite:
    assistance


    encouragement
    • (in sports) a hindering or stopping of an opponent's movement or action.
      "Marshall's shot drew a fine block from the goalkeeper"
    • TENNIS
      a shot in which the racket is held stationary rather than being swung back, especially a stop volley.
    • a chock for stopping the motion of a wheel.
  5. 5.
    a flat area of something, especially a solid area of color.
    "cover the eyelid with a neutral block of color"

  6. 6.
    a pulley or system of pulleys mounted in a case.
    "a simple pulley block"

  7. 7.
    INFORMAL
    a person's head.
    "“I'll knock your block off,” he said"
verb
verb: block; 3rd person present: blocks; past tense: blocked; past participle: blocked; gerund or present participle: blocking
  1. 1.
    make the movement or flow in (a passage, pipe, road, etc.) difficult or impossible.
    "block up the holes with sticky tape"













    Similar:
    clog (up)

    stop up


    choke


    plug


    obstruct


    gum up

    occlude


    dam up

    congest


    jam


    close


    bung up

    gunge up

    close up


    bar


    shut off


    barricade


    seal



    Opposite:
    unblock


    open
    • put an obstacle in the way of (something proposed or attempted).
      "he stood up, blocking her escape"













      Similar:
      hinder


      hamper


      obstruct


      impede


      inhibit


      check


      arrest


      restrict


      limit


      deter


      curb


      interrupt


      halt


      stop


      bar


      prevent


      thwart


      balk


      frustrate


      foil


      scotch


      circumvent


      stand in the way of


      fetter



      Opposite:
      help


      facilitate

    • prevent access to or use of (email, a website, or a mobile phone).
      "some companies use these IMEI numbers to block stolen phones"
    • restrict the use or conversion of (currency or any other asset).
    • (in sports) hinder or stop the movement or action of (an opponent, a ball, etc.).
      "Knight did well to block Soloman's shot"













      Similar:
      parry


      stop


      defend against

      fend off


      stave off


      turn aside

      deflect


      hold off


      avert


      repel


      rebuff


      repulse


      hold/keep at bay
    • BRIDGE
      play in such a way that an opponent cannot establish (a long suit).
    • MEDICINE
      produce insensibility in (a part of the body) by injecting an anesthetic close to the nerves that supply it.
  2. 2.
    impress text or a design on (a book cover).

  3. 3.
    shape or reshape (a hat) using a wooden mold.
    "nobody cleans and blocks old felt hats any more"

  4. 4.
    design or plan the movements of actors on a stage or movie set.
Phrases
have been around the block
(of a person) have a lot of experience.
the new kid on the block
a newcomer to a particular place or sphere of activity, typically someone who has yet to prove themselves. "she was defeated by the new kid on the block in the final"
on the block
for sale at auction. "the original first manuscript for Ravel's Bolero goes on the block today"
put one's head on the block
put one's standing or reputation at risk by proceeding with a particular course of action. "it's not in your nature to put your head on the block"
block in
prevent a vehicle from being driven away, typically by parking another vehicle too close. "he blocked in Vera's minivan"
block out
stop something such as light or noise from reaching somewhere. "you're blocking out my sun"

Origin
34e09c0af709349e89a334a64c5f846af2fcbe94f155a046f65ecb2a0a513d28.png

Middle English (denoting a log or tree stump): from Old French bloc (noun), bloquer (verb), from Middle Dutch blok, of unknown ultimate origin.
 
I have too many things that could be considered hobbies for any of them to be considered a main one.

And my opinion on life changes depending on whose life we're talking about.
 
Any thoughts of remastered editions? Are they even necessary?
Depends on what remastered editions you're talking about. If you're referring to the AoE editions on Steam, I still use the slightly older versions, but they are still somewhat necessary as the discs can't be played anymore due to newer versions of Windows blocking parts of the anti-piracy software in them.
As for movies and music, that really depends on how good the remaster is and the quality of the original version.
 
Back
Top Bottom