combinatorics - Proof of the inclusion-exclusion principle

Original Abstract Painting by Abhijit Deb Nath | Abstract Art on Paper | Amar Space 1 (My space 1)

Original Abstract Painting by Abhijit Deb Nath | Abstract Art on Paper | Amar Space 1 (My space 1) submitted by kobony to ufineart [link] [comments]

Bloomberg Terminal is no more. OpenBB Terminal 2.0 has just been released.

Bloomberg Terminal is no more. OpenBB Terminal 2.0 has just been released.
Almost 2 years ago, I started building my own investment research platform. 2 months later I named it Gamestonk Terminal, made it open source and shared it on Reddit. The rest is history.
OpenBB Terminal (previously Gamestonk Terminal)
Since, we surpassed 17,800 stars on Github. Raised $ 8.8 million in our seed round. Build a very competitive team and our OpenBB brand is now recognized by most in the financial space. You can read more about our story here.
Our mission to democratize investment research has not changed. Over the past few months we have been heads down and building and today I’m excited to share with you the announcement of OpenBB Terminal 2.0.
The headline is:
OpenBB Terminal 2.0 is more than an application, it’s a platform.
A summary:
  • We are releasing OpenBB SDK which allows developers to use a single API to access world’s raw financial data in order to build their own products / dashboards.
The SDK will allow users to create report templates in a matter of minutes and run them for custom tickers at any time in a matter of seconds. Instead of spending hours and starting a report from scratch every single time. We envision a world where the community can share these and help each other at becoming better investors.
  • We are also bringing a state-of-the-art AI / ML toolkit to the financial industry, to be used alongside all the data sources our platform has access to (stocks, crypto, NFTs, options, forex, ETFs, mutual funds, macro economic data and even alternative data).
For more information, you can read our announcement here:
Or even better, watch the announcement live here! More than 1100 participants have already signed up to join us.
For anything else, feel free to reach out to me directly on Twitter, or join the OpenBB journey here.
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Every Unique Statline in NBA History

For some insane reason I decided to find every unique statline in NBA history. I originally planned on listing exact unique statlines (i.e., Allan Houston’s 37/0/0/0/0) but I realized this would take much longer than I thought so instead, I changed the criteria to “the only time those numbers or better have been achieved in history" (Houston's statline is not unique in this case because plenty of players have had 37+/0+/0+/0+/0+ in a game).
To put it simply, if you search "nba player with _ points and _ rebounds and _ assists and _ steals and _ blocks in a game" on StatMuse and fill in the blanks with any statline on this list, only a single game will appear. Therefore, unique.
Statlines only include points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks.
Players are ordered by points (in descending order), players who are tied in points are ordered by year (in ascending order).
Blank spaces imply that the stat wasn't tracked during that game, I wanted to differentiate them from 0 but unfortunately they still had to be counted as such.
I'm only human so I'm subject to error, if you find a mess-up in my data or something that I missed, don't hesitate to let me know!
Thank you to u/crunchsmash for improving this table for me
Thank you to u/HeyIJustLurkHere for finding six new unique statlines for this list

Year Player Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks
1962 Wilt Chamberlain 100 25 2
2006 Kobe Bryant 81 6 2 3 1
1961 Wilt Chamberlain 78 43 1
1978 Skywalker 73 7 2 0 1
1994 David Robinson 71 14 5 0 2
1963 Wilt Chamberlain 70 18 3
2017 Devin Booker 70 8 6 3 1
1990 Michael Jordan 69 18 6 4 1
1977 Pete Maravich 68 6 6 3 2
1967 Wilt Chamberlain 68 34 2
1969 Wilt Chamberlain 66 27 4
1959 Elgin Baylor 64 17 8
1974 Rick Barry 64 10 9 5 0
1961 Elgin Baylor 63 31 7
1966 Wilt Chamberlain 62 37 3
1987 Michael Jordan 61 7 3 3 3
2019 James Harden 61 15 4 5 0
2005 Allen Iverson 60 4 6 5 1
2018 James Harden 60 10 11 4 1
1962 Wilt Chamberlain 59 35 6
2016 Anthony Davis 59 20 4 0 1
2022 Joel Embiid 59 11 8 1 7
2017 LeBron James 57 11 7 3 2
2017 Russell Westbrook 57 13 11 3 0
2019 James Harden 57 7 8 2 2
1961 Wilt Chamberlain 56 45 0
1964 Oscar Robertson 56 9 12
1985 Kevin McHale 56 16 4 1 3
1987 Michael Jordan 56 7 3 8 0
1998 Karl Malone 56 9 2 1 4
2022 Trae Young 56 4 14 0 0
1975 Rick Barry 55 5 5 7 1
2022 Anthony Davis 55 17 1 0 3
1992 Michael Jordan 54 13 7 1 3
2018 James Harden 54 8 13 3 0
2019 James Harden 54 5 7 2 3
1967 Wilt Chamberlain 53 38 6
1968 Wilt Chamberlain 53 32 14
1982 Moses Malone 53 22 4 2 1
1987 Michael Jordan 53 4 8 4 2
1989 Michael Jordan 53 14 8 2 1
1994 Shaquille O’Neal 53 18 4 2 2
1996 Michael Jordan 53 11 2 6 0
2004 Dirk Nowitzki 53 16 2 3 4
2016 James Harden 53 16 17 0 0
2018 Anthony Davis 53 18 3 1 5
1974 Bob McAdoo 52 22 2 7
1988 Michael Jordan 52 3 2 9 2
1990 Hakeem Olajuwon 52 18 4 3 3
1993 David Robinson 52 14 3 0 7
2019 Giannis Antetokounmpo 52 16 7 2 1
1975 Bob McAdoo 51 20 6 4 2
1977 Pete Maravich 51 6 1 5 2
2001 Chris Webber 51 26 5 3 2
2004 Allen Iverson 51 1 6 7 0
2009 LeBron James 51 4 9 2 3
2016 Damian Lillard 51 0 7 6 0
2017 James Harden 51 13 13 2 1
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 50 15 11 1 3
1988 Michael Jordan 50 5 9 5 1
1994 David Robinson 50 9 2 2 6
2009 Dwyane Wade 50 10 9 4 2
2016 Anthony Davis 50 15 5 5 4
2017 Russell Westbrook 50 16 10 1 0
2021 Nikola Jokić 50 8 12 1 3
2021 Joel Embiid 50 17 5 2 4
1987 Michael Jordan 49 6 8 6 2
1992 Larry Bird 49 14 12 4 1
2008 Amar’e Stoudemire 49 11 6 5 2
2015 Russell Westbrook 49 15 10 3 1
2019 Trae Young 49 8 16 1 1
2020 James Harden 49 9 8 3 3
1991 Clyde Drexler 48 6 3 6 3
1994 David Robinson 48 16 6 4 3
2004 Tracy McGrady 48 9 9 2 3
2007 Dwyane Wade 48 7 11 3 3
2009 Dwyane Wade 48 6 12 4 3
2018 Anthony Davis 48 17 0 4 3
2017 Russell Westbrook 48 17 9 3 0
1977 Alvan Adams 47 18 12 0 5
1983 Isiah Thomas 47 5 17 4 1
1989 Michael Jordan 47 11 13 4 2
1979 World B. Free 46 7 5 7 1
1993 Shaquille O'Neal 46 21 3 0 5
1996 Hakeem Olajuwon 46 19 8 3 3
1997 Latrell Sprewell 46 6 10 5 1
2007 Vince Carter 46 16 10 1 3
2009 Dwyane Wade 46 8 10 4 4
2017 Joel Embiid 46 15 7 0 7
2022 Nikola Jokić 46 12 11 3 4
1963 Wilt Chamberlain 45 33 10
1978 John Drew 45 17 4 7 0
1987 Larry Nance 45 15 3 3 7
1994 Kenny Anderson 45 8 14 4 0
2009 Dwight Howard 45 19 0 1 8
2012 Dwight Howard 45 23 3 4 2
2015 James Harden 45 8 11 5 1
2018 Anthony Davis 45 17 2 5 5
2021 Joel Embiid 45 16 4 5 1
1966 Oscar Robertson 44 8 22
1960 Wilt Chamberlain 44 38 7
1979 Moses Malone 44 29 0 1 2
1982 Julius Erving 44 11 7 8
1984 Larry Nance 44 17 2 3 6
1990 Patrick Ewing 44 22 4 2 7
2018 DeMarcus Cousins 44 23 10 4 1
2018 Anthony Davis 44 17 2 6 3
1961 Oscar Robertson 43 9 20
1974 Bob McAdoo 43 19 1 5 3
1987 Joe Barry Carroll 43 24 6 3 4
1987 Michael Jordan 43 7 6 5 4
1987 Michael Jordan 43 4 6 8 5
1989 Hakeem Olajuwon 43 13 1 8 5
1989 Clyde Drexler 43 11 7 5 0
1991 David Robinson 43 12 3 4 10
1994 Hakeem Olajuwon 43 16 3 1 8
2010 LeBron James 43 13 15 2 4
2019 James Harden 43 12 5 6 4
2018 Paul George 43 14 6 5 1
2019 Bradley Beal 43 10 15 3 2
1975 Pete Maravich 42 10 17 4
1977 Artis Gilmore 42 15 9 1 4
1980 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 42 17 7 1 8
1989 Michael Jordan 42 6 11 8 0
1993 Hakeem Olajuwon 42 13 6 5 4
1995 Penny Hardaway 42 8 8 5 2
2001 Vince Carter 42 15 6 5 2
2013 Chris Paul 42 2 15 6 0
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 41 18 5 4 6
1988 Charles Barkley 41 22 5 6 1
1989 Michael Jordan 41 10 11 6 0
2009 Dwyane Wade 41 7 9 7 1
2019 James Harden 41 9 11 6 3
1973 Elvin Hayes 40 21 1 3 5
1974 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 40 21 7 7
1974 Bob Lanier 40 24 4 1 6
1976 Bob Lanier 40 13 9 4 2
1977 Bob Lanier 40 21 5 0 9
1978 Bob McAdoo 40 22 7 2 3
1982 Larry Bird 40 16 7 6
1986 Michael Jordan 40 9 6 3 6
1993 Michael Jordan 40 7 7 9 1
2001 Shaquille O’Neal 40 17 8 3 5
2006 Dwyane Wade 40 4 11 4 4
2006 Gerald Wallace 40 14 0 6 4
1959 Wilt Chamberlain 39 43 4
1975 Bob McAdoo 39 25 6 2 1
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 39 23 5 10
1979 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 39 16 9 2 5
1987 Terry Cummings 39 15 10 6 0
1988 Larry Bird 39 17 10 1 3
1990 Hakeem Olajuwon 39 20 2 3 6
1994 Scottie Pippen 39 6 10 9 1
1994 David Robinson 39 15 7 4 2
2015 Anthony Davis 39 13 2 3 8
2019 LeBron James 39 12 16 4 1
1962 Oscar Robertson 38 12 19
1976 George McGinnis 38 21 10 6
1982 Moses Malone 38 32 2 3 0
1985 Micheal Ray Richardson 38 11 11 9 0
1987 Hakeem Olajuwon 38 17 6 7 12
1991 Hersey Hawkins 38 8 6 9 1
1997 Kevin Johnson 38 3 13 6 0
2006 Jason Kidd 38 14 14 1 0
2021 Luka Dončić 38 9 13 5 1
1978 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 37 30 5 0 6
1985 Clyde Drexler 37 10 9 4 4
1990 Alvin Robertson 37 16 8 4 2
1992 David Robinson 37 24 2 3 5
2001 Shaquille O’Neal 37 19 6 3 5
2003 Kevin Garnett 37 22 6 1 5
2022 Anthony Davis 37 21 2 5 5
1981 Larry Bird 36 21 6 5 3
1982 Frank Johnson 36 8 11 8 1
1982 Larry Bird 36 19 3 6 3
1983 Magic Johnson 36 13 14 3 3
1988 Michael Jordan 36 10 10 4 4
1994 David Robinson 36 13 7 3 6
2006 Baron Davis 36 8 18 3 0
2009 Al Jefferson 36 22 4 4 2
2015 Anthony Davis 36 14 7 1 9
2016 John Wall 36 7 13 7 1
2020 Luka Dončić 36 14 19 1 0
2021 Luka Dončić 36 16 15 2 0
1963 Oscar Robertson 35 17 17
1968 Wilt Chamberlain 35 24 15
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 35 19 9 1 8
1976 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 35 20 12 3 2
1985 Michael Jordan 35 14 15 3 1
1986 Charles Oakley 35 26 7 3 1
1996 Oliver Miller 35 12 9 4 3
2003 Tim Duncan 35 21 8 2 4
2016 Giannis Antetokounmpo 35 9 8 2 7
2017 James Harden 35 11 13 5 1
2021 Russell Westbrook 35 15 13 2 1
2021 Russell Westbrook 35 14 21 2 1
1960 Wilt Chamberlain 34 55 4
1976 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 34 17 9 3 3
1986 Robert Parish 34 19 9 2 5
1986 Alvin Robertson 34 10 10 7 2
1986 Hakeem Olajuwon 34 22 5 4 7
1990 Hakeem Olajuwon 34 20 4 8 3
1994 David Robinson 34 10 10 2 10
2018 Karl-Anthony Towns 34 18 7 3 6
2020 Ben Simmons 34 12 12 5 2
1975 Bob McAdoo 33 22 1 3 9
1979 Moses Malone 33 37 2 1 2
1981 Magic Johnson 33 15 17 6 1
1984 Magic Johnson 33 13 16 2 2
1986 Hakeem Olajuwon 33 23 2 7 4
1987 Magic Johnson 33 12 19 3 1
1992 Hakeem Olajuwon 33 12 9 5 4
1994 David Robinson 33 20 6 2 6
2002 Dirk Nowitzki 33 23 8 1 4
2003 Kevin Garnett 33 25 6 1 3
2021 Russell Westbrook 33 19 15 1 2
1961 Oscar Robertson 32 15 20
1978 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 32 23 9 1 8
1979 Kevin Porter 32 5 22 4 0
1988 Michael Jordan 32 1 4 10 2
1988 Michael Jordan 32 13 8 5 2
1989 Hakeem Olajuwon 32 25 2 3 10
2007 LeBron James 32 15 13 3 2
2013 Kevin Durant 32 10 12 4 4
2017 DeMarcus Cousins 32 20 8 2 5
2018 Giannis Antetokounmpo 32 18 10 2 3
1959 Bob Cousy 31 5 28
1987 Magic Johnson 31 9 19 2 2
1988 Fat Lever 31 16 12 6 1
1989 Charles Barkley 31 16 11 4 2
1994 David Robinson 31 14 10 1 7
1995 Chris Webber 31 13 11 4 3
2008 LeBron James 31 19 8 4 3
2010 Kevin Love 31 31 5 0 1
2018 Lou Williams 31 2 7 10 0
1974 Rick Barry 30 10 11 9 1
1976 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 30 12 8 7 3
1979 Robert Parish 30 32 5 1 2
1982 Julius Erving 30 13 7 5 4
1985 Larry Bird 30 12 10 9 2
1985 Ralph Sampson 30 15 8 5 2
1987 Larry Bird 30 17 15 1 3
2016 James Harden 30 13 10 5 2
2018 Andre Drummond 30 24 4 3 6
2018 Nikola Jokić 30 15 17 1 2
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 29 21 2 2 11
1976 Larry Kenon 29 15 4 11 0
1986 Charles Barkley 29 19 9 5 4
1990 Hakeem Olajuwon 29 18 9 5 11
1990 Charles Barkley 29 15 10 5 2
1991 Kevin Willis 29 31 3 3 0
1997 Doug Christie 29 15 7 8 1
2016 Draymond Green 29 17 14 4 1
2020 Ben Simmons 29 13 11 3 4
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 28 24 7 2 6
1979 Julius Erving 28 7 10 5 5
1982 Larry Bird 28 19 15 3 3
1983 Ralph Sampson 28 18 5 0 13
1987 Terry Cummings 28 24 7 3 2
1987 Ron Harper 28 5 7 10 0
1988 Karl Malone 28 21 6 6 3
2016 Giannis Antetokounmpo 28 11 14 4 2
2017 Jusuf Nurkić 28 20 8 2 6
1965 Wilt Chamberlain 27 43 8
1965 Bill Russell 27 49 6
1975 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 27 34 6 2 8
1976 Bill Walton 27 22 8 3 4
1978 Rich Kelley 27 25 8 1 2
1981 Micheal Ray Richardson 27 15 19 2 0
1994 David Robinson 27 12 10 0 8
1994 Sherman Douglas 27 8 22 3 0
1997 Chris Webber 27 21 7 4 2
2001 Michael Finley 27 6 7 10 0
2009 Chris Paul 27 10 15 7 1
1985 Johnny Moore 26 11 13 9 1
1986 Clyde Drexler 26 9 11 10 1
1986 Clyde Drexler 26 3 14 8 0
1987 Charles Barkley 26 25 9 3 2
1988 Charles Oakley 26 35 3 1 0
1989 John Stockton 26 1 24 6 0
1994 Hakeem Olajuwon 26 13 10 5 4
1999 Chris Webber 26 22 10 3 4
2003 Elton Brand 26 23 5 4 2
1973 Jim Fox 25 30 9 1 3
1985 Isiah Thomas 25 10 24 2 1
1987 Charles Barkley 25 23 7 7 0
1988 Michael Jordan 25 10 10 6 3
1989 Hakeem Olajuwon 25 20 5 3 9
1995 Vlade Divac 25 24 8 4 3
1996 Clyde Drexler 25 10 9 10 0
2006 Chris Paul 25 11 18 5 1
2015 Andre Drummond 25 29 0 3 1
1977 Dave Cowens 24 16 10 4 4
1989 Magic Johnson 24 17 17 3 1
1989 Hakeem Olajuwon 24 21 2 5 12
1989 Magic Johnson 24 8 24 6 1
1990 Magic Johnson 24 6 24 2 2
1990 Roy Tarpley 24 25 2 5 3
1993 Shaquille O’Neal 24 28 3 1 15
2015 DeMarcus Cousins 24 21 10 3 6
2015 DeMarcus Cousins 24 20 13 1 3
2019 Jusuf Nurkić 24 23 7 5 5
2019 Russell Westbrook 24 13 24 2 0
1960 Bill Russell 23 51 5
1976 George McGinnis 23 22 10 5 0
1985 Isiah Thomas 23 5 25 2 0
2021 Chris Paul 23 6 16 4 2
1968 Wilt Chamberlain 22 25 21
1968 Wilt Chamberlain 22 27 19
1974 Thurmond: 22 14 13 1 12
1990 Scott Skiles 22 6 30 2 0
1999 Kevin Garnett 22 15 10 7 1
2009 Brandon Roy 22 5 7 10 2
1987 Fat Lever 21 13 14 8 0
2006 Gerald Wallace 21 15 4 8 4
2006 Pau Gasol 21 12 12 4 3
1974 Ernie DiGregorio 20 9 25 2 0
1976 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 20 22 10 2 5
1986 Alvin Robertson 20 11 10 10 0
1988 Doc Rivers 20 6 15 5 2
1988 Fat Lever 20 20 12 6 0
1991 John Stockton 20 3 28 8 0
1996 Jason Kidd 20 4 25 4 0
1998 Jason Kidd 20 13 12 5 2
2007 Andrei Kirilenko 20 11 11 6 4
2012 Nikola Vučević 20 29 2 3 2
2019 Russell Westbrook 20 20 21 3 0
1996 Chris Webber 19 12 10 6 3
2001 Jamaal Tinsley 19 11 23 1 1
2002 Baron Davis 19 6 15 5 3
2003 Andrei Kirilenko 19 5 7 8 5
1979 Sam Lacey 18 21 11 3 1
1989 Fat Lever 18 16 8 7 0
1990 Hakeem Olajuwon 18 16 10 1 11
2006 Andrei Kirilenko 18 16 11 3 4
1983 Darryl Dawkins 17 8 2 2 13
1993 Kevin Johnson 17 3 13 10 0
1994 Mookie Blaylock 17 11 14 5 2
1985 Johnny Moore 16 8 15 7 2
2009 Chris Paul 16 6 15 8 1
2021 T.J. McConnell 16 4 13 10 1
1980 Micheal Ray Richardson 15 16 16 6
1989 Fat Lever 15 13 23 5 0
1999 Kendall Gill 15 10 3 11 2
1994 Vlade Divac 14 16 12 3 4
2001 Andre Miller 14 4 22 9 0
2006 Andrei Kirilenko 14 8 9 6 7
2021 Russell Westbrook 14 21 24 1 1
1975 Slick Watts 13 6 14 9
1984 Micheal Ray Richardson 13 2 14 8 2
1984 Johnny Moore 13 10 16 4 2
1985 Fat Lever 13 4 15 10 0
1990 John Stockton 13 0 20 4 2
1973 Elmore Smith 12 16 2 0 17
2001 Jamaal Tinsley 12 9 15 6 5
2011 Rajon Rondo 12 10 23 6 1
2015 Russell Westbrook 12 9 17 4 2
2016 Pau Gasol 12 17 13 1 5
2006 Boris Diaw 11 11 16 2 3
1996 Jalen Rose 10 4 16 3 6
2006 Ben Wallace 10 27 6 3 3
1975 Sam Lacey 8 14 7 8 2
1987 Nate McMillan 8 8 25 1 4
1989 Mark Eaton 8 9 1 2 14
1975 Elmore Smith 7 22 7 1 10
1992 Dennis Rodman 7 31 0 3 1
1995 Jason Kidd 7 11 18 2 2
2017 Draymond Green 4 11 10 10 5
2016 Draymond Green 2 14 14 6 4
2017 Draymond Green 2 6 13 3 6
2021 Draymond Green 2 6 15 7 4​

4+ appearances:
MJ (22)
Wilt (18)
Olajuwon (17)
Kareem (16)
Harden (13)
D-Rob (12)
Westbrook (11)
AD (10)
Bird (8)
Magic (8)
McAdoo (6)
Drexler (6)
Lever (6)
Barkley (6)
Wade (6)
LeBron (6)
Shaq (5)
Webber (5)
CP3 (5)
Draymond (5)
Moses (4)
Ray Richardson (4)
Kidd (4)
Kirilenko (4)
Cousins (4)
Giannis (4)
Embiid (4)

Fun Facts:
Edit: big shoutout to Reddit support, I can finally edit this post and improve it :) thank you everyone for the upvotes, 1.5K is an unbelievable number to me. To everyone who supplied feedback just know that I read all of it and applied it to this post in some way or another!
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Veilbreaker: Revenant Prime: Hotfix 32.0.9

Veilbreaker: Revenant Prime: Hotfix 32.0.9
Wield the essence of the Eidolon with Revenant Prime Access!
Get instant access to the latest Prime Warframe with Revenant Prime Access. Add Revenant Prime along with his signature Prime Weapons Tatsu Prime and Phantasma Prime, and exclusive Prime Accessories along with Resource and Affinity Boosters to your Arsenal.
The lost one rises. Wield the essence of the Eidolon as you wield Revenant Prime’s power.
Tatsu Prime glows with spectral splendor. It grows more powerful with each enemy’s demise, especially when wielded by Revenant.
Phantasma Prime is burnished with deadly force. In Revenant’s hands, it has increased magazine capacity. The might of its irradiated plasma is reminiscent of the fearsome Eidolon.
Exclusive Revenant Prime Glyphs
Revenant Prime Accessories feature:
Now that Revenant Prime Access is available, Relics containing components for the following items have been removed from Drop Tables and will return in Prime Resurgence at a later date. If you have Relics that contain these items they will remain in your Inventory.
With this Vaulting comes the shift of the following Syndicate Sacrifices:
Get Revenant Prime instantly with Prime Access, or earn Relics in-game to craft Revenant Prime, Tatsu Prime and Phantasma Prime. Find the Prime Access packs here:
Riven Disposition Changes:
As with each round of Prime Access come updated Riven Disposition numbers, you can see the full Disposition changes here:
Read about our Riven Disposition Guidelines here:
Earn horrifying new Customizations that are sure to scare!
Spend your Mother Tokens on spooky limited-time customizations today.
The Nights of Naberus, the Origin System’s annual celebration of Orokin immortality (and all things macabre) has returned! This year, there are new items to earn with your Mother Tokens, including Decorations for your Orbiter and much more!
New Naberus Treats for 2022:
*We added these Plague Star rewards to Daughter’s Naberus Offerings as the event will not be rerun this year. We did the same in 2020, since there was quite a bit of a gap between Plague Star runs.
Visit Daughter on Deimos all month long to trade your Mother Tokens for the full spread of offerings. You can also save up to 25% on Day of the Dead bundles from previous years. Log-in and join us in celebrating the Nights of Naberus today!
Archon Hunt Boss Sequence Change:
Starting this Sunday, October 9th, the Archon Hunt will swap every Sunday moving forward at 8:00 PM ET (Syndicate reset time). The Archons will now also appear at a fixed rotation, as follows: Amar, Nira, Boreal.
Break Narmer Mission Fixes:
Fixes :
This action was performed automatically, if you see any mistakes, please tag u/desmaraisp, he'll fix them. Here is my github.
I have found a new home on AWS Lambda, RIP Heroku free tier.
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A Mildly Erotic Open and Honest Letter to CCP from Solo player

Hello everyone! I am a rare visitor here, but perhaps it is my turn.
Recently, the hysteria on the topic of online in EvE has moved to a new level and now we read not tears, but a lot of proposals, on the one hand - it's very good, but on the other hand - it shows that people who love the game are tired.
I like the game, but for some magical reason I don't feel enjoy playing it, probably because I don't believe in tomorrow.
One of the key reasons why I play Eve Online is the certainty of tomorrow, the certainty that I will spend my personal time and I won't have to do it again like in many other games. I come to others game, get the knowledge of how to play and I have to change the game because the previous game died. Eve online was a guarantee that after spending 2 years learning, I can definitely play for the next 5-10 years.
As scary as it sounds, in my 30's that's a very important point.
Now I can't see tomorrow and I can't justify CCP trying to explain from a logical point of view their every move.
But contrary to those who like to just complain, I am a supporter of the "criticize-suggest" theory.

I've read what the big alliances offer, particularly Dark Shines, and I agree with many of the points. (I would argue somewhere, but the game is in a state where any minimal good change is already a plus)
Perhaps I can try to offer something from the perspective of a player who is not part of a big collective, but represents a multitude of players, who plays solo, hunting other players and tying their farm to the fact that we are alone in this cold EvE space.
  1. As I've said many times before, the filaments to Pochven are killing this game.
It is great folly to allow players to transport their assets from anywhere in space straight to JitaHub in 20-30 minutes of your time when you spend it AFK without any risk.
Certainly many people love this mechanic, but personally I love the live game more than the process, which makes it easy for me to play.
Why is this a bad thing? - Because the game is a lot of different players interacting with each other in different ways. There are those who do the logistics, and there are those who try to catch players at different stages of that logistics.
Back in 2012, when I was living in Curse region, my little alliance had a few jump freighters and we needed them. Without this service it was hard enough to live in 00 and I'm talking about NPC 00 space.
Playing all alone I was joining a collective and was forced to communicate within it. It was not a hardship, it created a social part where there could be none, such as now.
There is no need to maintain a relationship with someone, to socialize, to play together now. I can do everything myself, the logistics of small staff of things is nothing. Standing a little AFK and moving everything where it needs to go, and along with standing AFK, players who were camping 00, camping lowsecs disappear. You noticed that camps in Rancer became rare, the guys from SV5 left the game, and the other day I saw 5 people in Tama local.
Remember how cool it was to roam into 00 entrys- there were always people, camps, fun. And now there are 4 AFK ishtars farming in MOE - cool game, give me two.
I understand that filaments to Pochven have become the epitome of casual style of play, but is it really needed here? - Judging by what happens with the game people come all over the place not to idle at all.

  1. Points of Interest.
This is the kind of thing that allows players to interact with each other.
If you consider daily roams to 00 space in a situation where you play alone or in a small group, the entire content has come down to a few variants of the game: ESS, where the inhabitants of the nulls given enough time to form a strong fleet against you in case you flew into an active system; and catching AFK players.
Both options are quite boring. ESS give good content, but very infrequently, afk ishtars I will not comment on.
Missing players who were actively farming anomalies and mining asteroids.
2.1 Anomalies. Now the entire anomaly farming can be divided into two groups:
- Those who realize how much of a crap farming in the zeros and do it on the afk ishtars
- Those who are still trying to play the game and farming on marauders.
The first option is not interesting for hunters, to the second option not all hunters are ready, especially those who are just trying themselves in this content, and therefore such a ship that even runs away at the sight of + local rarely becomes a point of interest.
2.2 Mining. About 90% of the mining I see in zeros is moon mining. You jump to system, see 5-10 Athanors and a mining fleet on the d-scan. Some Athanors are on 1 planet.
I think who fly solo and in small fleets have already felt my pain. If you are not one of them, it is very hard to find such a fleet and it will dock about 100 times in that time. So very often many of us just ignore the situation when we see 5+ athanors on the d-scan.
10% is ice mining and on the background of this content you can do your content.
I have not seen anyone actively mining ore sites, and also recall that for some reason the esteemed CCP removed the belts a few years ago.
I'm a kind person, but I'm really burning my ass off with this, straight up, as these asteroid belts are like about the crap business model to me.
The CCP removed the asteroid belts, giving a big f88k about officers and other NPC spawning on them, and after a long time they gave us back some asteroid belt in every system, which is VERY BEAUTIFUL'.
That is, in the 1st patch, they removed the belts for some unknown reason, and then later made a patch where they returned 1 belt. Awesome job. I suggest you remove the Rifter from the game and then add it back, but call it dRifter. :)
Putting together what I think in point 2:
The game needs points of interest where players will cross paths.
Personally, I don't see a problem with any combat complexes (other than expeditions) in zeros becoming public beacons when a player clears the first room and goes into the second room.
I think many old players remember that in 2011, 2/10, 1/10 were beacons and many people liked it, newcomers were competing for them, this is the warmest memory of the game for me personally.
Perhaps you should make moving asteroid belts with valuable resources, for example from low and hisec (hello Dark) in 00, such asteroid clusters can be seen on the map, and after clearing them to see where the next appeared. Residents of 00 will have access to low and hisec ores, something they sorely lack, but these ores won't be in large numbers and the value of mining them in hisec won't drop. Rorqual's jumping bridge will be used, and players will sometimes have to leave their comfort zone and leave their home systems and comfortable moons in exchange for those ores, which are in short supply in one corner of space or another.
Add random pirate missions to 00 claim space. Mission will be impossible to find purposefully, but it will be possible to find by moving on systems, farm of such mission will give LP, mission will be public and will be biacon, the income from such content to equate to 4-th (or 5 lvl) missions in NPC 00. This will lead to the fact that players will begin to move more actively and take risks, farming public content that brings them profit.
Increase the number of random connections in WH, but giving the new random WH a small total mass and a limit on the number of ships passed, so that it did not cause a boom fleets of Kikis 200+ ships.
WH which passes ~20 ships and has a mass of 500k, this will entail more interaction between players in WH, as well as simplify logistics and routes to the living people.
Citadels. This point will not be appreciated by many players, but let me tell you something.
I remember the golden days of small fleets and at that time there were no citadels in 00. There were the usual stations with the usual mechanics, without the casual features that would allow even a monkey (no comparison here, I'm actually taking a monkey as an example) not to die.
Previously, systems had a station and around this station bubbled with life if the system was inhabited. You understood where you had to be if you wanted to be part of that life.
The fleet would come into the system, warped to the station, bubled up, and something would start happening in the next 10 minutes.
The local guys undocked and there was no tether. Remember why living on the Caldar station was bad?- Station was kick out.
Any player error could have affected the content. We once had a marauder who undocked and got a bump out, and afterwards the local guys underdocked the fleet to save him. Remember the mechanics when it was possible to disable modules at the station when you used entosis link. Holy people made up those cool times.
Now I can undock, get tether and watch the fleet standing near my station.
And in general, I have at least 10 or 30 citadels in the system. It’s impossible to catch me, I can warp from the farm to any of the 30, try to do at least something with me.

  1. Quality of Life.
I've really been feeling absolutely miserable lately, and that's due to a lot of the micro-moments that made my gameplay more interesting.
Years ago I happened to meet a faction NPC on a gate in zeros and got the blueprint for Bhaalgorn, I later built it and went solo roaming on it. I still remember it, even though it's been a long time.
The blueprints for faction ships are totally screwed and this is due to two reasons:
  1. New build mechanics with a huge number of different items that don't synergize well with the drop of players online.
Popularizing gas mining or PI farm would have been good when Alpha accounts came into the game, a huge number of newbies would be mining this gas, but now that there's at best 14k online servers in NA TZ, it's not working. There aren't a lot of free hands mining unpopular resources. There is no competition in PvE for players to go mining gas or PI for exm. Why mine gas when you can "mine" x-type modules?
  1. The ability to get ready-made ships in the LP shop. What did CCP expect when they made it harder to build and didn't take away the ability to get huge amounts of LPs in zeros?
Burner missions bring huge amounts of LPs, the mechanics of the stands allows endless farming of burners, many actual NPC zeros are filled with fleets of daredevils and kirins, their infinite number, part of the fleets function on third-party programs.
Why should a player collect a huge number of different resources, when another player can get a pirate cruiser in an hour and a half game already ready? Are you playing your own game, dear CCP? Are you aware of this?
I don't mind the fact that you can get a finished ship, otherwise Pirate ships would cost like a Boeing wing and no one would use them since T2 ships are devalued.
You can't just fix one of the punts, everything has to be comprehensively changed and not after the next fanfest, not in a year, not in a year and a half.
We want to believe in tomorrow, we don't want to look for other games!
This whole scarcity era thing has gone on too long and no one believes in it, they believe more in a series of very strange patches that bury each other.

The next quality-of-life item is surprisingly in-game donation.
I really liked monetization in EvE and really like the comprehensive discount for 3-6-12-24 months now, but I'm tired of us (players) having constant temporary discounts to buy omega for real money.
I keep seeing these discounts in no way related to patches. I don't mind doing a discount + a good patch, but discounts that appear at random times and make the plex's price jump in market. I'm tired of this, and I'm also tired of the general hysteria, as people do not perceive this as a benefit, people know that today it is "cheap", and tomorrow they will buy Omega not for 2kkk, but for 2.3kkk, and then for 2.5kkk. It pisses everyone off. We want to see news about CHANGES, not constant news about some extraordinary discount.
You increased the cost of the Omega, what the hell kind of discount? Maybe then you should reduce the cost of the Omega and not give any temporary discounts? Well, if you care so much about us.
Or at least do the content for the game.
In addition very much would like an official statement (maybe it already was) from the representatives of CCP on the subject of the sale of SP for real money.
I will not refer to the news from you, which was years ago, and will not be referring to the letters about the possibility of buying SP, I think you all remember it and players all remember, where you promised that there is NO sale of SP for real money. Maybe you should change the wording or make a similar post in 2022 saying that you are planning to continue selling SP for real money or not. This is important for players, personally for me this is a fundamental factor whether I should think about other online games or not, as I personally am not satisfied with such a model and I would like to understand in advance how to schedule my free time for games.

Back to the ships. Marauders cost 1kkk and 1.5kkk with modules.
If you have minimal game experience, such a marauder gives about 3000 good aplying DPS and tanks 5000+ DPS. All good?
I don't mind when there was a capital change patch and carriers became very formidable ships, but this is a capital ship that is very clumsy. The Marauder, on the other hand, has an MJD once every 1 minute, and is generally a BS.
I'm not against these ships in the game, I've been waiting for years to finally fly these ships, but the fact that they cost 1kkk is ludicrous.
I understand how such a price is formed, mining has improved, people in zeros have nothing to mine, they mine moons, moon ores are getting cheaper, T2 is getting cheaper, ok, this is gameplay, BUT it does not quite work right.
CCP has always been famous for their economic department that keeps an eye on the game. What are these guys going to say now?
Rattlesnake 1kkk, Golem 1kkk, Gila with fit 450kk. Something is clearly wrong.
Marauders reminds me of changing Rorquals. Seems cool, but in practice it takes 5 years to clean up the consequences.

If you don't know what to do about it at all, then add Navy BS to the build formula instead of T1 BS. That would both increase the popularity of the upcoming FW and improve the price. Players will really dissatisfy, but you somehow changed rorquals and it will apparently go through a ton of pain, but probably somehow this situation needs to be addressed.
Many people are tired of the fact that we play Marauder Online and there is no reason to use other ships in the game, but at the same time Marauders should have a content, they should be left in the game, not as it was many, many years, when no one used them.

To be honest this post could be completed endlessly, but perhaps now, I would like the game to change at least something, perhaps what Dark Shines suggested, perhaps what I suggest, but I'm tired of the fact that over the past year, the most serious changes are constant discounts on something, well, and Data complexes in Amar FW space, and yesterday they migrated to Caldari FW space. Cool.

There is no hate in my post, just pain that my favorite game is bad and I don't see a future.
On the one hand I see some very cool guys getting to the CCP team, hello Aurora, hello Suitonia, hello Bjorn, hello Alpha (he's been on the team a long time) and other guys.
On the other hand I don't see any changes. Where there are gaps, but the rest of the sky is covered in darkness..
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I spent the last 12 months in a remote wilderness lodge with no internet and cell service, and spent all my time reading. I did a ranking and mini-reviews of the 40ish books I read in that time

EDIT: Damn, wasn't expecting this to blow up! Thanks for all the encouraging words (and awards). Cell data comes and goes here so I'll be checking the thread here and there answering whenever I can. It's really nice to talk about this stuff though because I'm pretty much the only serious reader up here lol
A little background first: In early 2021 my life kind of fell apart very quickly. I lost my job, my long-term relationship of almost 10 years dissolved and I had a falling out with my dad, leading me to damn near a mental breakdown.
So I decided to make a clean break of it and do something I had always fantasized about - I left the big city and everything in my life behind and travelled up to northern British Columbia, Canada with nothing but a backpack, some clothes and an e-reader. Found work at a remote wilderness lodge just doing maintenance and odd jobs. The plan was to disconnect myself from everything and be somewhere in nature with barely any internet and cell service.
I really just wanted to isolate myself, lose myself in some good books, and recalibrate my mental state after all the shit that went down. The last 12-13 months have basically just been work, read and hike/camp among the beautiful northern landscapes the lodge was located in.
I managed to read close to 40 books in that timeframe, and I wanted to share my thoughts on them with the sub as reading, more than anything, helped me center myself and get some perspective on my life. I read across a variety of genres and have ranked them with a little mini-review below, from worst to best. I didn't do an overall ranking, but rather ranked the books I read within their specific genres/categories.
Classics/Literary Fiction:
  1. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara: Honestly, this book kind of irritated me in how transparent it was at being shamelessly emotionally manipulative. It was certainly very well-written, but I found Jude just unbelievably stupid as a character and after a certain point in the story, found myself losing any kind of empathy towards him. The rest of the characters are fairly non-descript. The book is kind of morbidly fun to see just how over the top the misery porn can get though, but I hesitate to actually call it “good”
  2. A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway: I’m starting to think that Hemingway might just not be for me. I’ve read The Old Man and the Sea and The Sun Also Rises previously, and found them “just okay”. That was my prevailing sentiment towards AFtA as well. I do like Hemingway’s terse, succinct style, but in this one, I felt it actually kind of worked against him because it makes both the war setting and central relationship feel a bit flat. But the worse thing about the book is the character of Catherine. Jesus christ, she is annoying. Just an insipid, silly character. I did like the downbeat, depressing ending though
  3. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens: I have to admit, I was ready to hate this book throughout the first couple hundred pages. It’s dense, slow and filled with a shit ton of what fills like unimportant minutiae. But it eventually comes together, and the slow buildup really manages to create an epic scope and magnitude that are unlike anything else I’ve read from old Charles. It’s a story that demands concentration and attention, and by the final, powerful third act, it’s well worth it.
  4. East of Eden by John Steinbeck: An epic, multi-generational family saga, East of Eden is a work that for me works masterfully on both an epic and an personal scale. It’s hard to encompass everything this story does so well in a short review. It’s both a biblical, mythical retelling as well as an intimate character study punctuated with some best-in-class writing. It makes the Salinas Valley into a living, breathing entity of its own, with these macro and micro tales of good and evil spanning its expanse. Also, fuck Cathy Ames. All my homies hate Cathy Ames
  5. To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf: This is my first encounter with Woolf, and it solidified for me that I will be coming back to her body of work multiple times. It was definitely a bit of a struggle getting into it, as you’re jusyt thrown into the deep end with Woolf’s abstract prose and stream of consciousness style. But once you grab hold of what Woolf is trying to do, it becomes a beautifully melancholic story with a pastoral feel that nonetheless manages to really capture a huge gamut of human emotions and perspectives
  6. Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy: Horrifically beautiful. It’s fairly challenging to start, but once you start vibing with McCarthy’s style and writing, the narrative just completely immerses you into it. It’s like a surreal, fever-dream, gruesomely violent vision of the Wild West with gorgeous depictions of the landscape, brilliantly written dialogue and prose that begs to be read over and over, and the most unforgettable villain I’ve come across in literature. This is a novel I can see myself going back to time and time again
  7. The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky: I was flip-flopping between this one and Middlemarch as the #1 book in the classics/literature category but it’s very close. This book is, on the surface, “just” a murder-mystery but in actuality is a dense, complex philosophical exploration of various facets of life. This is a masterpiece of character development as we see ideas of free will, morality and family told through multiple different lenses. It’s also a bit of a treatise on religion and the meaning of faith. In short, it’s a lot and there’s probably a ton that I didn’t even get in one read-through. Nevertheless, it’s an epic tale that I found both illuminating and entertaining
  8. Middlemarch by George Eliot: A wonderful, atmospheric slow burn, and might be one of the best books I’ve ever read. Honestly probably in my top 5 of all time. I found it to be such an all-encompassing look at the things that make us human, and feels both incredibly personal and universal at the same time (kind of like East of Eden). It’s a story about marriage (hit me particularly close to hom) and about sacrifice, with masterfully sketched characters and an exploration of life in era to the minutest details. “Immersive” is a word that gets thrown around a lot for books but that’s what Middlemarch truly is – a totally lived in feeling of a small, nowhere English town a couple of hundred years ago. I found it unforgettable
Historical Fiction:
  1. Shogun by James Clavell: This is a huge, huge novel, both in its page count, as well as the scope of the story and the characters. Historically speaking, it did seem a little mythologized and perhaps overly romanticizing of the whole samurai/warrior culture, and the main protagonist is a bit of a bland nothing white male fantasy. Clavell’s prose is also merely workmanlike. But as an entertaining story, it fares much better, and is actually very well-paced for something that’s almost 1200 pages.
  2. Hawaii by James Michener: This is my first book written by Michener, and I can see why he came to be seen as the godfather of historical fiction. This, like Shogun, is an absolute unit of a book, and although it’s plenty flawed, I came away from it with something close to awe just based on the sheer scope of the timeframe that Michener captures here. the formation of Hawaii in the first chapter is some of the best storytelling I read in the past year. However, this is a book that gets progressively less interesting as it goes and moves into the “present” time, and the characters are little more than pawns. Still recommended though especially if you find Hawaii interesting
  3. Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel: Once I figured out that everytime this book uses “he” (which is a LOT), it’s almost always referring to the main character Thomas Cromwell, I started to enjoy it a lot more. It’s really eloquently written and Cromwell is a brilliantly developed character. It’s a story that requires a lot of focus but to me it eventually paid off, and the narrative really carries you along once you get used to Mantel’s idiosyncrasies.
  4. I, Claudius by Robert Graves: well-written, funny and hugely informative. Really a slow burn character study of the eponymous Claudius, and the compulsively entertaining look at the back-door dealings and family conflicts of that era in Rome. I thought it also did a pretty great job at exploring the thirst of power and the excesses certain people are willing to go to achieve it. Just a great, multifaceted read overall.
  5. Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry: This book is seriously a contender for one of my top 10 favourites of all time. To begin with, the two main protagonists are just incredibly written and developed, and the attachment you have towards them carries you through to the monumental length of the narrative. It’s an emotionally powerful story with an excellent main plot and smaller side stories that are all great in their own right. Just a truly epic tale told by a master storyteller
Science Fiction:
  1. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline: I imagine I would have probably liked this book if I was still in high school, crammed as it is full of video game power fantasies and endless pop culture references. But good god, actually reading it as an adult was a painful experience. Other than being a compendium of 80s homages, it fails spectacularly on almost every level. Bad writing, bad characters, tedious, dull storytelling. It’s frankly just awful
  2. Foundation by Isaac Asimov: Look, I know this is a foundational (hehe) “canon” text in the sf genre, but I just found it to have too many issues to truly enjoy. The concepts and ideas are great – eye-opening and fascinating – but for me, the book fell flat in almost every other area. The characters are little more than cardboard cutouts, the writing style is about as wooden as it gets, and the book is very much of its time (i.e. dated af) when it comes to women. Really, this is just a collection of scenes with characters sitting in rooms and talking. Dynamic storytelling it is not, despite the interesting concepts
  3. Dune by Frank Herbert: I don’t know if this will be unpopular or not, but I honestly thought Dune was just…ok. I watched and loved the movie, and decided to jump into the book afterwards. While I do appreciate the worldbuilding that went into it – as well as the often weird, surreal 60s drugged-out atmosphere – as a piece of storytelling I feel like Dune has been improved upon over the years. I still respected it as a forerunner of so many different kinds of sff stories we have these days, but taken on its own merits I found it to be interesting but rather turgid on the whole
  4. Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson: I can’t imagine a more definitive fictional story about Mars than this one. The amount of thoughtful research and extrapolation of science, technology, politics and society that has gone into this novel is simply phenomenal. It honest to god at times reads like an instruction manual for the first Mars colonists, whenever we end up getting there. That does work to the novel’s detriment at times though, as it can feel a bit dry and overly technical at parts. But I still found it to be a grand, immersive read, and the somewhat boring parts were more than compensated for by the overall sweep of the story and the author’s incredible vision of a Martian future for humanity
  5. The Dispossessed by Ursula K Le Guin: Complex, thoughtful and human. This isn’t the first Le Guin book that will appear on this list either. This book is the best depiction of a realistic utopia I’ve ever seen in fiction, and it does what the best sf does and presents a fascinating “what-if” look at a cool concept. Unlike a lot of sf, it succeeds hugely in two other areas. The first is creating a fully-realized central character – Shevek is an awesome protagonist with a lot of depth and nuance. The second is Le Guin’s inimitable prose, which is elegant and beautiful while still somehow managing to be simple and concise
1.Hyperion by Dan Simmons: This might be the best sf novel I’ve ever read. It’s the rare sf story (imo) that is both excellent from both a literary and “entertainment” perspective. It’s just crammed full of cool ideas and concepts, and I loved the Canterbury Tales-esque structure, which leads to the book’s greatest asset – the characters. I found each “pilgrim” to be fascinating and well-developed, and their respective stories were beautifully told, ranging from thrilling, scary, funny to downright haunting and tragic. The Priest’s Tale and the Scholar’s Tale have both been etched in my mind since I read them. This book is an incredible achievement and to me a high-water mark for the speculative fiction genre
  1. The Troop by Nick Cutter: Not much to say about this one. It’s a pulpy, B-movie-esque story without much in the way of characterization, prose or depth. But it does disgusting body horror better than almost any other horror novel I’ve ever read. Some of the scenes are downright grotesque and repulsive, and I have a high tolerance for that kind of stuff. It’s a quick, easy read and but not particularly memorable outside of the gross-out factor
  2. The Elementals by Michael McDowell: A fun, atmospheric and really well written Southern Gothic horror story. This book is akin to Haunting of Hill House in that it deals in subtlety and a sense of creeping doom. It’s a definitely slow burn but that really helps it in building a stifling sense of gloom and dread. The characters are fascinating and it really is very well-written. Highly recommended if you like horror novels focused more on atmosphere than gore/jump scares
  3. The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories/The Thing on the Doorstep and Other Weird Stories by HP Lovecraft: I’m combining these two collections into one as they’re essentially just one big compendium. After reading these, I’ve become a huge Lovecraft fan. I’m aware of his racism and xenophobia but I believe in separating the art from the artist to a certain degree. Anyway, I thought these stories were mostly pretty awesome. I actually love Lovecraft’s verbose, overwrought prose – it really gives the stories a certain level of operatic, melodramatic ambiance. Some of the Dunsany-inspired stories are downright gorgeous. The mythos is fascinating and in the best stories – At the Mountains of Madness, The Shadow over Innsmouth, The Colour out of Space etc. – he reaches a kind of dark, horrific grandeur. Reading these in the remote northern landscape was truly a fantastic experience
  4. The Books of Blood by Clive Barker: Dark, horrific, visceral, erotic – this is an incredible collection of horror short stories. Barker is a hell of a writer – a few levels above most in this genre, and he has a uniquely twisted and dark imagination obsessed with the human body, and in particular, sexuality, and how the body can be a battleground of all sorts of horrors, physical or otherwise. Some of them also have a dreamlike, surreal feel to them. In particular, I was blown away by “In the Hills, the Cities” – it’s a story unlike any I’ve ever read before, mind-boggling, bizarre and haunting. Also of note are “The Midnight Meat Train”, “Rawhide Rex” and “Dread”, but honestly they are all pretty damn great even at their weakest
1.The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson: The amazing show led me to the book, and although the source material is almost completely different other than sharing some names with the characters from the show, it’s an incredible story in its own right. Jackson’s prose is probably the best I’ve come across in this genre, and her ability to create atmosphere and mood is without peer. The setting just feels alive in all its creepy, gothic glory. It’s a fairly small, intimate story but a very powerful, often gut-wrenching one in how it captures the main character’s very human flaws and insecurities. In the end, it leaves us pondering about what’s more terrifying – a seemingly haunted house full of ghosts or the doubts and self-loathing in our own hearts?
  1. Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari: Yeah…I wasn’t really feeling this one. I understand why it’s popular and it did start off very well. But the vast majority of the book is just too full of speculation and the author’s own musings without much in the way of concrete evidence. I also found his mythologizing of hunting and gathering and seeming dislike of the agricultural revolution strange and misguided. The whole book just felt a mile wide and inch deep. Superficial, surface-level exploration without any true insight or in-depth analysis of a complex topic
  2. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain: Wow, if ever there was a non-fiction book tailor-made for Reddit, this is it lol. I have to admit, this book did come to me at the perfect time, as I was in a pretty closed-off, solitary mood after making my big move. I liked it well enough, and the insight into analyzing introvert behaviour was fairly interesting. But honestly, for the most part, this book just felt like it was preaching to the choir, about how awesome and helpful introversion is. It tends to conflate a lot of psychological aspects and concepts with a generalized sweep without really delving deep into them. Ultimately, it really feels like a narrative that’s just self-affirmation for introverts. Which I guess is not all bad
  3. The Ancestor’s Tale by Richard Dawkins: I’ve always been a huge fan of Dawkins and evolutionary science in general, and this book to me, is his masterwork. It’s painstakingly detailed look at 4 billion years of evolution through certain ancestors that’s structured like the Canterbury Tales. It’s a little different from Dawkins’ other books in that it’s a bit more technical and maybe not as friendly to the layperson – and also missing his trademark snark and cynicism (whether that’s a good thing is up to the read). But it’s incredibly enlightening and informative, and even eye-opening.
  4. The First Three Minutes by Steven Weinberg: If you have any interest in astronomy and cosmology at all, then this book is a must-read. It’s fairly old, written near the end of the 70s, but aside from missing the discovery of dark matter, it’s still very much relevant and probably the best encapsulation of the big bang and the beginning of our universe you can find. It straddles the line perfectly between being appropriate for a casual reader and someone more academic
  5. Endurance by Alfred Lansing: Boy did I pick the perfect book to read while living in a cold, remote landscape. Endurance is without a doubt one of the most thrilling, intense stories of survival I’ve ever read. You come away with awe and respect at not only the courage, determination and perseverance of these men, but also at the sheer unfeeling power of nature itself. Some of the events and twists are so crazy that it feels like the contrivances of a Hollywood director – in the best way possible. Lansing captures everything with some truly mind-boggling amount of research from primary sources, and creates an incredibly entertaining – and scary - narrative
  1. The Shadow Rising by Robert Jordan: This was the only DNF book for me out of my entire list. I had read Eye of the World and The Great Hunt before, and I did a quick summary read-through of those two books to catch me up on the third book. I remember finding the first two books flawed even when reading them as a teenager but tried to give the series another shot. It’s a no go, to be honest. I just can’t over how weirdly juvenile and archaic all the characters and their interactions are. It borders on being cringeworthy and Jordan’s understanding and writing of female characters is just baffling. The plot just seems like more of the same. Bad guy of the week needs to be stopped by motley crew of magically powered teenagers. I’m calling it quits on Wheel of Time for good
  2. Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson: I read the first book of Stormlight a few years back and thought it was alright. Have seen rave reviews of WoR and decided to give it a shot and honestly came away really underwhelmed. There are some cool ideas for worldbuilding here but I don’t really find Sanderson to be a good writer at all. Aside from the wooden prose, the characters just come off as shallow, fantasy archetypes and the plot is both convoluted and nonsensical at the same time. Too much time is spent on explaining how powers and magic works – which I also found to be an issue with the first book. I can see the appeal of these books for younger readers as they basically are like spectacle-filled action movies, but they are not for me
  3. Red Rising/Golden Sun by Pierce Brown: I read these back to back because they’re fairly quick, easy reads. These are essentially mindless action movies in book form and they were a pretty nice change of pace as I needed something lighter after Wolf Hall. The character is a total Gary Stu, the dialogue is ridiculous and the story is crazy over the top. But yeah, it’s pretty fun, can’t deny that
  4. Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susannah Clarke: Man, this book might have taken me the longest out of everything I read in the past year, and there were times when I was contemplating dropping it. I’m glad I persevered though because I eventually came to love it. It’s essentially a Victorian novel, written in that era’s style with almost scary accuracy, and a fantasy novel-of-manners. Once you get on its wavelength, you start to appreciate the writing and the beautifully immersive world with some fascinating characters. The footnotes are amazing and the slow burn really helps create a wonderful atmosphere that carries you through to the end
  5. A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K Le Guin: Man, Le Guin is on her way to becoming one of my favourite authors. This little book is beautiful and punches far above its weight in terms of ratio of size to content. It’s a small little thing, especially compared to a lot of the bloated doorstoppers common to the genre but for me, it contained more emotion and wisdom than 10 Jordans or Sandersons. Written in Le Guin’s clear yet elegant prose, it has a fairy-tale-esque melancholy atmosphere, as if it’s a story you’re being told in front of a fireplace by your grandfather or something. It’s a story of self-discovery and learning to accept the dark parts of yourself, all brilliantly written. Will be continuing with the rest of the series eventually
  6. The Book of the New Sun by Gene Wolfe: Preface – I only read Shadow and Claw so far but holy shit. What a book. Mysterious, mystical, weird, beautiful and often frustrating – BotNS is unlike any fantasy I’ve ever read. It probably has the most gorgeous prose I’ve ever come across in the genre, and the usage of allegory and metaphor was really well done. The strange, dreamlike, almost surreal ambiance is what really stood out to me, and despite the obfuscations of the plot and the language, this still makes the book easy to get lost in
That’s it for my reviews/analysis! Let me know what you guys think of these books. I’m in the process of going through another batch of stories and may post another review thread in a year or so lol
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Dec. 7. Qunacy Roundup. Great Currency Reset schedule. Putin & Dolly Parton slam Satan, whose rule is actually collapsing. Electric cars sterilize fetuses. Proof that JFK Jr. is alive. Queen Romana is in good health, thanks for asking.

As usual, anything in brackets [] is my comment.
Judy Byington of Dinar Chronicles summarizes the current GREAT Current Reset goalposts. She even gives her sources. (Note the similarities to the; last 87865 goalpost announcements. Will probably be moved by the time I post this.)
Lost tribes of Israel and space Nazis come out of closet as Satanic rule collapses. There can be no doubt the planet earth is going through changes that are beyond biblical in proportion. That is why an ancient secret society -with roots going back to the biblical Jacob in Egypt- as well as space Nazis on flying saucers are coming out of the closet. This is happening because an esoteric war that has been raging for thousands of years is coming to an end. What we are witnessing is an end to millennia of Satanic rule on this planet.
Let us start with events in China because they hold the key to so much else that is happening and is about to happen. China was touted by top Satanist Klaus Schwab Rothschild (Rothschild=red shield of satan) as the model for their digital human animal farm New World Order. he plan the Satanists had for this planet was to genetically modify every human into farm animal-type obedience, microchip their brains and control every aspect of their lives through constant, intrusive digital surveillance. In other words, literally, turn the planet into a giant human farm. [China implemented all this, blah, blah blah]
Well, the Satanists underestimated the Chinese. Chinese history shows that people will put up with a lot, but, when a certain point is reached, they simultaneously explode into rebellion. That is exactly what happened last week after Asian secret societies mobilized. First, top enforcer and former Chinese President Jiang Zemin died suddenly “after a long illness.” Following that, police and soldiers moved in and started dismantling PCR testing facilities and arresting the white-suited zombie enforcers.
The Asian secret societies are also aware the so-called pandemic was a combination of a 5G electromagnetic attack with the release of viruses by Rothschild-controlled laboratories in China. It is no coincidence that Klaus Schwab Rothschild was spotted at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Washington DC last week.
Putin And Dolly Parton Slap Down Satan As West Realizes Russia Will Never Run Out Of Ammunition. An intriguing new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin signed into law a bill passed unanimously by the Russian Parliament completely banning LGBTQ propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations, gender reassignment and pedophilia on social networks, in the mass media, films and advertisements, says at near the exact same time this bill was signed into law yesterday, ...but joining President Putin to defend Christianity against socialist Western colonial demonic ideology, world-renowned American music legend Dolly Parton performed her hit song “Go to Hell” during a leftist NBC special programme, where she rebuked the Devil on prime-time television, proclaiming “Satan is real” and warning “He is trying to destroy everything good and beautiful”. [And a bunch of stuff about Western colonial bloodlust & Russia wonderfulness]
Inside Biden’s Billion Dollar, Drunken Gala Dinner [for French President Macron]. Thursday night’s liberal lollapalooza at Tyler Perry Studios’ “White House” was a farrago of drunkenness, paranoia, chicanery, pomposity, and alcohol-fueled rage toward Donald Trump and Elon Musk...Pelosi was tipsy when she arrived at the feast and sauntered to an open bar replete with scintillating bottles of pricey liquor–Clase Azul tequila, 50-year-old Appleton Estate Rum, Macallan Sherry Oak whiskey, and, to top it off, Chateau Margaux grand vin. Chilled decanters of 1959 Dom Perignon sat in ice buckets at every dinner table. As guests donned in tuxedos or ballroom gowns funneled inside the imitation White House, Pelosi lingered at the bar, heartily sampling various liquors while the bartender stared at her in dazed bewilderment...Meanwhile, Pelosi continued indulging in drink and, therefore, losing her inhibitions. At one point in the evening, she made a comment so cringeworthy that those within earshot feigned deafness or simply distanced themselves. Her speech slurred, she said she had “the best and biggest boobs in the House, better even than,” she added with distaste, “AOCs or MTGs.”...Later in the evening a splenetic, irascible Biden was overheard saying that “I need my candy,” after which his personal physician, Dr. Kevin O’Conner, escorted him from the banquet hall to a private room. Biden reappeared 20 minutes afterward, rejuvenated and refreshed, and loquaciously touted his “accomplishments” to rapturous applause. “Candy is Biden’s codeword for Adrenochrome,” our source said. “He was going downhill, so got his shot or infusion, then came back to serenade his sympathetic audience.
[As previously reported, Pelosi was arrested after the banquet & hauled off to Gitmo] AG sources told Real Raw News Saturday morning that Pelosi has been charged with multiple counts of treason and seditious conspiracy—coincidentally, perhaps, the very same charges she told the Department of Justice to level against Oath Keeper Stewart Rhodes, [also] The United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps has released the name of a Hollywood producer who was arrested after attending the criminal Biden regime’s banquet last Thursday evening. That person is Eli Roth, an American film director, screenwriter, producer, and actor whose name is synonymous with torture-porn: Roth is best known for directing the film Hostel, a ghoulish fright-fest in which attractive, scantily clad young women lure horny college boys to an industrial warehouse owned by a secret society...According to a military arrest warrant reviewed by RRN, Roth’s snuff flicks weren’t entirely fictional. The document alleges that Roth sought to make his films as realistic as possible; Before principal filming began on Hostel, Cabin Fever, and The Green Inferno, Roth rented property in Bilisht, Albania, and used his underworld connections to hire members of the Albanian mafia to torture and murder people in ways that would eventually appear in the films.
Not to be confused with the Ark of the Covenant, which houses the two stone slabs of the Ten Commandments, the Ark of Gabriel, which is not mentioned in the Christian Bible, is a mysterious device, a secret weapon that many people are only beginning to learn about. Its legend has been perpetuated by the havoc it has wreaked over the centuries, as well as its potential to be unleashed upon the world.
Wild rumours that a fabled device or weapon called the “Ark of Gabriel” has been found under the Masjid al-Haram Mosque – the holiest site in Islam – are sweeping across the darker corners of the internet.
Legend tells the Archangel Gabriel – who told the Virgin Mary she would give birth to Jesus and dictated the Koran to the Prophet Muhammed – also entrusted an ark or box of “immense power” to the founder of the Muslim faith.
Muhammed was told to bury the ark in a shrine at a “place of worship” – for it to be brought out as the end of the world approaches.
Paranoid survivalists believe Saudi Arabia has uncovered the ark during a major construction project at the Grand Mosque – and handed it to the Russians.
They claim the Russian military is taking the ark to the Antarctic – possibly to a former Nazi UFO base.
...[An] attempt to remove the ark on September 24 caused a massive “plasma emission” that resulted in more than 4,000 deaths – Sorcha Faal claims. More than 2,000 were indeed killed in Mecca on that date – but the deaths were blamed on a stampede during the Hajj pilgrimage...
On hearing the news, Russian president Vladimir Putin reportedly dispatched the naval research vessel Admiral Vladimisky to collect the ark from the Saudi port city of Jeddah – the gateway to Mecca – and take it to the Antarctic. Two Russian battle satellites were launched to protect the Admiral Vladimisky and its precious cargo and a fleet of Russian warships, a salvage tug and oil tanker – carrying out manoeuvres in the Indian Ocean – have been ordered to rendezvous with it.
In other news
JFK Jr.: Most Convincing Photograph That He’s Still Alive And Is Q, Is This!! For me this is the most convincing photo proof that JFK Jr. is still alive. Notice a portion of the US military and others not in uniform… there’s the grey haired fella at the bottom of the Q wearing a dark suit… JFK Jr.? This is a photo of JFK Jr. with the Q team? Sure seems like it don’t it. This photo needs to be shared widely… it needs to be debated… it needs widespread presence on social media. Are we all in this together or what? I do believe so. It’s time we got more familiar with those protecting us.
The people in this photograph are the masterminds and higher levels of the greatest military intel drop in the history of the world, with the founder and original editor of George Magazine… who knew he would have to go away, to be part of the secret mission to not only save America, but also save humanity.
Short note on Queen Romana. She has been under the weather, but treated herself with roasted garlic. She got better "after a visit from BLUE Light Beings/ Friends on her Temples" and has been photographed "out grocery shopping [in Newfoundland] and showing We The People that there is no food shortage." New convoy member Leona. Posting some hard core antisemitism from her followers, not to mention pro-Putin stuff. Also pics of "our Earth Alliance SSP - Solar Warden Space Fighter Crafts".
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YouTube didn't just die... it was murdered.

YouTube didn't just die... it was murdered.
The downward spiral of YouTube can be traced directly to it’s acquisition by Google on October 9th, 2006. Slow and steady, the site has been converted to a weapon of propaganda.
It’s no secret that YouTube suppresses content that isn’t fully monetized. Saying a single bad word will cause your channel to be hit with a strike, affecting all future viewership opportunity. Speaking on a controversial subject matter will remove you from the public eye. You must be a slave to the robot overlords.
YouTube is trying to force you into a box where every action you take is connected to a sponsor, therefore you must adhere to it’s forever-changing standards. They want you to be passive consumers of content. This is why the corpos are pushing regular creators off the platform and replacing them with late night talk show hosts that have deals with Pepsi and billions of dollars to run ads against us.
The moment your video receives a strike you can check your analytics and see there’s less video impressions than before. Impressions are your potential views, like showing up in a recommended feed. Even with 21,000+ subscribers, certain videos of mine receive less than 1,000 impressions due to the subject matter that is extracted automatically by artificial intelligence.
The best way to bypass this used to be vague titles to throw off the bots, then providing more context when promoting through third-party websites such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Reddit. Now we have undeniable proof that all these websites are collaborating on silencing rebellious voices, most important is silencing those capable of penetrating the hive mind consciousness and bringing people back into the Real World.
The literal definition of Thought Crime. I have been banned from participating in unrelated communities due to my beliefs. But it’s OK: as long as I apologize I can be reinstated… how about you go duck yourself 🦆. Imagine how many losers actually gave into the peer pressure. Imagine how many men destroyed their families by going along with the system instead of protecting his tribe. What a LOSER.
Twitter has a massive p e d o protection operation. They would rather support “minor attracted people” than deal with the fact that 1/3 of their users are bots.
All of these tags are 100% relevant to the memes I was posting, sh0eonhead and Alex Jones and Joe Rogan were in my meme including weeb shit at the end, that rules out the argument for irrelevant tags. There is zero evidence of violence in the video or extremist groups.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out why Meta-owned Facebook hated my article exposing the World Economic Forums plans for global enslavement by the year 2030. I’d like to think Yuval Noah Harari be impressed.
Within 1 month I was censored across 5 different platforms. Coincidence? The truth is, I’m rising up the charts and gaining traction in the devils list of rebel forces. My name first showed up when Susan demonetized me in 2020, which is the same time that the World Economic Forum accelerated the depopulation agenda. The more of a threat I am to the false narrative, the more they retaliate with dirty tricks.
Never forget: there’s a folder out there with a transcript of every single word you’ve ever spoken in the presence of a device. A catalogue of every time you stepped in front of a security camera. A prediction of what you’re most likely going to do next based on your past data. Who has access to this? Who is watching me right now as I write this?
Don’t forget one of the principle lessons of 1984: they were tracking Winston and Julia’s activities for almost a decade before they were officially caught. This is how O’brien knew to torture Winston with rats: in a one-time comment he told Julia “I hate rats”. They were in their secret hideout that they didn’t know was bugged… why didn’t Big Brother stop their rebellion early on?
It’s the same concept with villains like Darth Vader allowing Luke to land on Endor instead of pre-emptively destroying him in space. Vader wants to see how far you are willing to resist. This is why submission = death; they get bored far too quickly. Your disobedience makes them curious.

Just for extra credit, here is a list of 16,000+ blacklisted words on YouTube:
Susan Wojcicki, renowned technocrat and CEO of YouTube claims free speech is a core value of their platform. What she really means is that they don’t give a shit about free speech. The modern witch uses inversion; one of the oldest tricks in the book, like the upside-down cross.
Corpos have spent trillions of dollars integrating the World Wide Web with the Real World infrastructure. Meta is on the same conquest: their primary objective is making it more difficult to live without their technology, to make it a time consuming pain in the ass to unplug from the Matrix.
This way you don’t have a choice. If you want to function in modern society, you have to download the apps. You can’t even use the newest VR headset without having a Facebook Meta account.
It's not enough to restrict how you navigate the internet; their primary objective is controlling how people behave, manipulating how your brain operates. Now imagine someone having the power to dictate what you’re allowed to see. You’re now a blank canvas for the propogandists to experiment on.
DOCUMENTS & PROOF: PAGE 30 in the Melbourne Experiment Report, it has been confirmed that the internet has been re-conceptualized as a human behavior laboratory at global scale. This document released after the plandemic of 2020:
Google collaborates with fact-checkers to inseminate false information to the front pages of common search terms. Unbiased research requires an unbiased search engine: my favorite time-now is Yandex. It is a Russian based site compatible with auto-translate to English. It has it’s flaws, such as a limited capability to filter through ‘most-recent’ news, but at least it’s results haven’t been scrubbed by Big Tech.
Many are shocked when I tell them DuckDuckGo has been compromised. Here is an open admission by Gabriel Weinberg, CEO of DuckDuckGo:
We can agree that Putin is a war criminal. We can agree that Biden touches little kids. We can agree that Zelenskyy is a silver spoon actor who finally landed a lead role as Ukraine President. We can all agree that every politician is 99% most likely a satanic p e d o file that visits Bohemian Grove once a year. We can all agree that Epstein was butt buddies with every celebrity you know. Just another suspicion thrown into the Memory Hole.
QR Codes were weaponized during the Covid Lockdowns. Fear porn successfully made the libtards afraid of everything with germs on it. It’s going to be a rough day when they find out how much bacteria is crawling around on their reusable face masks.
The last apartment complex we lived in had a laundry room that only accepted payments through their app. To wash clothes you’re required to have a smart phone capable of downloading apps, data to connect to the app because free WiFi isn’t global, you have to turn on location services, create an account, transfer money from your bank to the app, use a QR scanner to activate the washer or dryer, and THEN you can wash your clothes. Not even Orwell could’ve came up with a system this degrading.
Monster Jam doesn’t allow you to use the parking lot without first downloading the parking app. Men in masks stand in the area scanning your QR code as you drive by. You’re not allowed to pay for parking with cash due to covid. When we see the sheep enforcing this system, we should all point and laugh. Some good old fashioned humiliation never hurt anyone; if anything it causes deeper self-reflection. Either you become more convicted in your beliefs or your begin to question everything; both of these are productive pathways for the future.

A little bit of context: I live in Arizona, one of the best states to live in terms of common sense. I haven’t worn a mask in over a year and only see 1% of sheep wearing them. To be honest, my heart goes out to them and I wish they could look me in the eyes and break out of their propaganda-induced trance. Vaccination numbers are just about the same as everywhere else. You may be able to keep common sense alive in the real world, but most people fall victim to what the screens tell them.
If you didn’t have internet, would you have even known there was a ‘pandemic’? Probably not. You would be like me and my comrades laughing at the losers afraid to go outside without a body condom on, but at the same time we laugh, we pray they break free.
This is why I will always speak my mind and FIGHT for my beliefs. Big Tech wants you to be a weakling beta soy-boy incapable of defending yourself or your loved ones. FUCK THAT.
We need to return to a decentralized internet, where the majority of people would congregate in underground forums, where self expression wasn’t considered a crime against humanity, where p e d o files weren’t given more benefits than normal citizens, where robot overlords didn’t dictate if you were a good boy or not.
We hold all the power required to tell these corpo scum to fuck off out of our lives. The more you silence us, the more vindication we receive.
UNLIMITED POWER to overthrow the tyrants.
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