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2023.06.03 00:00 FappidyDat [H] TF2 Keys & PayPal [W] Humble Bundle Games (Also Games From Past Bundles)
I pay with the following:
- I am EXTREMELY busy, but I check my messages and DMs at least ONCE per day. Please be patient and wait at least 24 hours for my response if I don't get back to you immediately.
- I buy only in Unrevealed Key Link Format or Plain Steam Keys. No gift links.
- For PayPal, I am in the US region and I only send via G&S. Please note there will be PayPal fees (including international/conversion and purchasing fees) to consider.
- All games that you sell to me should ideally be REGION-FREE. Please ensure the games are not region-locked/bound to a specific country.
- You must be willing to fill a spreadsheet with steam keys.
TF2 & PayPal
IGS Rep Page:
|I BUY HB Games ||with TF2 ||with PayPal ||Currently Active Humble Bundle? |
|- Ratz Instagib - ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.72 PP ||- |
|20XX ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.88 PP ||- |
|5D Chess With Multiverse Time Travel ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.19 PP ||- |
|60 Parsecs! ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.5 PP ||- |
|7 Billion Humans ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.91 PP ||- |
|7 Days to Die ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|A Game of Thrones: The Board Game - Digital Edition ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.78 PP ||- |
|A Hat in Time ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.98 PP ||- |
|A Juggler's Tale ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.07 PP ||- |
|A Plague Tale: Innocence ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.81 PP ||- |
|AMID EVIL ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|AO Tennis 2 ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.3 PP ||- |
|Absolver ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.51 PP ||- |
|Aeterna Noctis ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.15 PP ||- |
|Age of Empires Definitive Edition ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.46 PP ||- |
|Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Age of Wonders III Collection ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.86 PP ||- |
|Age of Wonders: Planetfall - Deluxe Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.88 PP ||- |
|Age of Wonders: Planetfall ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Airport CEO ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.62 PP ||- |
|Alan Wake Collector's Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.68 PP ||- |
|Alien: Isolation ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.52 PP ||- |
|Aliens: Colonial Marines Collection ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.45 PP ||- |
|Aliens: Fireteam Elite ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|Amnesia: The Dark Descent ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Among Us ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.42 PP ||- |
|Ancestors Legacy ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.07 PP ||- |
|Aragami ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Arizona Sunshine ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.21 PP ||- |
|Arma 3 Apex Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.24 PP ||- |
|Arma 3 Contact Edition ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.84 PP ||- |
|Arma 3 Jets ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.77 PP ||- |
|Arma 3 Marksmen ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.74 PP ||- |
|Arma 3 ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.78 PP ||- |
|Assetto Corsa Competizione ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.83 PP ||- |
|Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition ||5.0 TF2 ||$9.93 PP ||- |
|BATTLETECH - Mercenary Collection ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.79 PP ||- |
|BIOMUTANT ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|BPM: BULLETS PER MINUTE ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.75 PP ||- |
|BROFORCE ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Baba Is You ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.01 PP ||- |
|Back 4 Blood ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.96 PP ||- |
|Bad North: Jotunn Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.77 PP ||- |
|Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.01 PP ||- |
|Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.83 PP ||- |
|Bang-On Balls: Chronicles ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.14 PP ||- |
|Banished ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.34 PP ||- |
|Barotrauma ||6.5 TF2 ||$12.95 PP ||- |
|Batman - The Telltale Series ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.9 PP ||- |
|Batman Arkham Collection ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.44 PP ||- |
|Batman: Arkham Knight ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|Batman™: Arkham Knight Premium Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.55 PP ||- |
|Batman™: Arkham Origins Blackgate - Deluxe Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Batman™: Arkham Origins ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.67 PP ||- |
|Batman™: Arkham VR ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.5 PP ||- |
|Battle Chasers: Nightwar ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.21 PP ||- |
|Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.17 PP ||- |
|Battlefleet Gothic: Armada ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.72 PP ||- |
|Battlezone Gold Edition ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.3 PP ||- |
|Bendy and the Dark Revival || |0.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$0.88 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|Besiege ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.92 PP ||- |
|Beyond Blue ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.94 PP ||- |
|Beyond Two Souls ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.83 PP ||- |
|BioShock Infinite ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.78 PP ||- |
|BioShock Remastered ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.78 PP ||- |
|Bioshock Infinite: Season Pass ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|Blade of Darkness ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.47 PP ||- |
|Blair Witch ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.3 PP ||- |
|Blasphemous || |1.3 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.58 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Blood Bowl 2 - Legendary Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.48 PP ||- |
|Blood: Fresh Supply ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night || |1.7 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$3.37 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Boomerang Fu ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.2 PP ||- |
|Borderlands 2 VR ||5.5 TF2 ||$10.93 PP ||- |
|Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition || |3.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$6.19 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Borderlands 3 ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.23 PP ||- |
|Borderlands 3: Director's Cut ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.51 PP ||- |
|Borderlands: The Handsome Collection ||3.4 TF2 ||$6.76 PP ||- |
|Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Brutal Legend ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.51 PP ||- |
|Bus Simulator 18 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.18 PP ||- |
|CHUCHEL Cherry Edition ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.97 PP ||- |
|Call of Cthulhu ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Call of Juarez: Gunslinger ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.96 PP ||- |
|Call to Arms - Gates of Hell: Ostfront ||9.3 TF2 ||$18.38 PP ||- |
|Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|Carcassonne - Tiles & Tactics ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Celeste ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.6 PP ||- |
|Chess Ultra ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Children of Morta ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.43 PP ||- |
|Chivalry 2 ||3.8 TF2 ||$7.45 PP ||- |
|Chivalry: Medieval Warfare ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.37 PP ||- |
|Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.18 PP ||- |
|Cities: Skylines ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.73 PP ||- |
|Clone Drone in the Danger Zone ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.32 PP ||- |
|Cloudpunk ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.02 PP ||- |
|Code Vein ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.3 PP ||- |
|Coffee Talk ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.98 PP ||- |
|Company of Heroes 2 - The Western Front Armies ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.94 PP ||- |
|Company of Heroes 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.0 PP ||- |
|Company of Heroes ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.79 PP ||- |
|Conan Exiles ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.26 PP ||- |
|Construction Simulator 2015 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.48 PP ||- |
|Contagion ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.11 PP ||- |
|Control Ultimate Edition ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Crash Bandicoot™ N. Sane Trilogy ||9.6 TF2 ||$19.06 PP ||- |
|Creed: Rise to Glory™ ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.47 PP ||- |
|Crusader Kings II: Imperial Collection ||10.0 TF2 ||$19.73 PP ||- |
|Crusader Kings III ||5.9 TF2 ||$11.73 PP ||- |
|CryoFall ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Cultist Simulator Anthology Edition ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|Cultist Simulator ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR'S CUT ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.21 PP ||- |
|DEATHLOOP ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.47 PP ||- |
|DIRT 5 ||4.3 TF2 ||$8.44 PP ||- |
|DMC - Devil May Cry ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ - Ultimate Edition ||10.0 TF2 ||$19.74 PP ||- |
|DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.81 PP ||- |
|DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE Bundle Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|DRIFT21 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.12 PP ||- |
|Dark Deity ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin ||8.7 TF2 ||$17.31 PP ||- |
|Dark Souls III ||12.6 TF2 ||$24.91 PP ||- |
|Darkest Dungeon ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.37 PP ||- |
|Darksiders Genesis ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.67 PP ||- |
|Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Darksiders III ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.26 PP ||- |
|Darkwood ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|Day of the Tentacle Remastered ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.88 PP ||- |
|DayZ ||7.6 TF2 ||$15.03 PP ||- |
|Daymare: 1998 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.79 PP ||- |
|Dead Estate ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|Dead Island - Definitive Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.66 PP ||- |
|Dead Island Definitive Collection ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.3 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 2: Off the Record ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.42 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.7 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 4 Frank’s Big Package ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.96 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 4 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.73 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.96 PP ||- |
|Death Road to Canada ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.84 PP ||- |
|Death's Gambit ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Deep Rock Galactic ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.63 PP ||- |
|Descenders ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Desperados III ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|Destroy All Humans ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.41 PP ||- |
|Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Deus Ex: Mankind Divided ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|Devil May Cry HD Collection ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.5 PP ||- |
|Devil May Cry® 4 Special Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.13 PP ||- |
|DiRT Rally 2.0 ||5.1 TF2 ||$10.11 PP ||- |
|Dinosaur Fossil Hunter ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Distant Worlds: Universe ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.29 PP ||- |
|Doom Eternal ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.94 PP ||- |
|Door Kickers ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.84 PP ||- |
|Dorfromantik ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Dragons Dogma - Dark Arisen ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.57 PP ||- |
|Drake Hollow ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.91 PP ||- |
|Drone Swarm ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.81 PP ||- |
|Dungeon Defenders ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.47 PP ||- |
|Dungeon Defenders: Awakened ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.59 PP ||- |
|Dungreed ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|Dusk ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.91 PP ||- |
|EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|ELEX ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|EVERSPACE™ ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.16 PP ||- |
|Elite: Dangerous ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.67 PP ||- |
|Empire of Sin ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.55 PP ||- |
|Endzone - A World Apart ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|Euro Truck Simulator 2 ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.19 PP ||- |
|Exanima ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.24 PP ||- |
|FTL: Faster Than Light ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.92 PP ||- |
|Fable Anniversary ||3.7 TF2 ||$7.32 PP ||- |
|Fallout 76 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.22 PP ||- |
|Fantasy General II ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Farming Simulator 17 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|Firefighting Simulator - The Squad ||3.8 TF2 ||$7.47 PP ||- |
|First Class Trouble ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.12 PP ||- |
|For The King ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.92 PP ||- |
|Forager ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Forts ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.52 PP ||- |
|Friday the 13th: The Game ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.86 PP ||- |
|Frostpunk ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.07 PP ||- |
|Full Metal Furies ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Furi ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|GRID - Ultimate ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.97 PP ||- |
|GRID ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|GRIS ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Gang Beasts ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.89 PP ||- |
|Garden Paws ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.05 PP ||- |
|Gas Station Simulator ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.68 PP ||- |
|Gears 5 ||11.7 TF2 ||$23.1 PP ||- |
|Gears Tactics ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.93 PP ||- |
|Generation Zero® || |1.5 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.93 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Goat Simulator ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.88 PP ||- |
|Godlike Burger ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.1 PP ||- |
|Golf With Your Friends ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Gordian Quest ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.58 PP ||- |
|Gotham Knights ||5.5 TF2 ||$10.83 PP ||- |
|GreedFall ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.54 PP ||- |
|Grim Dawn ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.28 PP ||- |
|Grim Fandango Remastered ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.09 PP ||- |
|Guacamelee! 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.19 PP ||- |
|HITMAN™2 Gold Edition ||3.1 TF2 ||$6.16 PP ||- |
|HIVESWAP: Act 2 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.18 PP ||- |
|HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED™ ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.66 PP ||- |
|HROT ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.7 PP ||- |
|Haiku, the Robot || |1.3 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.56 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Hard Bullet ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.38 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Battle for the Bosporus ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.53 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet Edition ||2.7 TF2 ||$5.3 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.74 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.68 PP ||- |
|Heave Ho ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.1 PP ||- |
|Heavy Rain ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.15 PP ||- |
|Hell Let Loose ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.32 PP ||- |
|Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.26 PP ||- |
|Hello, Neighbor! ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.91 PP ||- |
|Hellpoint ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.75 PP ||- |
|Hero's Hour ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Heroes of Hammerwatch ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|Hitman Absolution ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.79 PP ||- |
|Hitman Game of the Year Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.61 PP ||- |
|Hollow Knight || |2.8 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$5.48 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Homefront: The Revolution ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.68 PP ||- |
|Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.77 PP ||- |
|Horizon Chase Turbo ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.72 PP ||- |
|Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Digital Special Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Hotline Miami ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.56 PP ||- |
|House Flipper VR ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.73 PP ||- |
|House Flipper ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.5 PP ||- |
|Human: Fall Flat ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.88 PP ||- |
|HuniePop ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.89 PP ||- |
|Huntdown ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Hurtworld ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.07 PP ||- |
|Hyper Light Drifter ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.11 PP ||- |
|Hypnospace Outlaw ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.55 PP ||- |
|I Expect You To Die ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.68 PP ||- |
|I-NFECTED ||6.3 TF2 ||$12.5 PP ||- |
|INSURGENCY ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.16 PP ||- |
|Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.73 PP ||- |
|Imperator: Rome Deluxe Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.09 PP ||- |
|Imperator: Rome ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Injustice 2 Legendary Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Injustice 2 ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.32 PP ||- |
|Into the Breach ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Into the Radius VR ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.84 PP ||- |
|Ion Fury ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|Iron Harvest ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.74 PP ||- |
|Jalopy ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.87 PP ||- |
|Job Simulator ||6.6 TF2 ||$13.01 PP ||- |
|Jurassic World Evolution 2 ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.81 PP ||- |
|Jurassic World Evolution ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.43 PP ||- |
|Just Cause 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|Just Cause 3 XXL Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.63 PP ||- |
|Just Cause 4: Complete Edition ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.97 PP ||- |
|KartKraft ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.3 PP ||- |
|Katamari Damacy REROLL ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.24 PP ||- |
|Katana ZERO ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.23 PP ||- |
|Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes ||2.7 TF2 ||$5.42 PP ||- |
|Kerbal Space Program ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Killer Instinct ||8.8 TF2 ||$17.49 PP ||- |
|Killing Floor 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.2 PP ||- |
|Killing Floor ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Kingdom Come: Deliverance ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Kingdom: Two Crowns ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.95 PP ||- |
|LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|LEGO Batman Trilogy ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.07 PP ||- |
|LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.79 PP ||- |
|LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.11 PP ||- |
|LEGO Lord of the Rings ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.83 PP ||- |
|LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.05 PP ||- |
|LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|LEGO® City Undercover ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|LEGO® DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.28 PP ||- |
|LEGO® DC Super-Villains ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Jurassic World™ ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|LEGO® MARVEL's Avengers ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 Deluxe Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.83 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens - Deluxe Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Worlds ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.12 PP ||- |
|LIMBO ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.47 PP ||- |
|Labyrinthine ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.76 PP ||- |
|Lake ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.51 PP ||- |
|Last Oasis ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.11 PP ||- |
|Layers of Fear 2 ||6.3 TF2 ||$12.52 PP ||- |
|Layers of Fear ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.12 PP ||- |
|Legion TD 2 ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.33 PP ||- |
|Len's Island ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.26 PP ||- |
|Lethal League Blaze ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.06 PP ||- |
|Lethal League ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Library Of Ruina ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.42 PP ||- |
|Life is Feudal: Your Own ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.39 PP ||- |
|Life is Strange 2 Complete Season ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.33 PP ||- |
|Life is Strange Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.95 PP ||- |
|Little Misfortune ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.47 PP ||- |
|Little Nightmares Complete Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.22 PP ||- |
|Little Nightmares ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.06 PP ||- |
|Lobotomy Corporation Monster Management Simulation ||5.0 TF2 ||$9.99 PP ||- |
|Loot River ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.47 PP ||- |
|Lost Ember ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.76 PP ||- |
|Luck be a Landlord || |2.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$4.77 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Luck of the Draw: Roguelike Deckbuilders Bundle |
|METAL GEAR SOLID V: The Definitive Experience ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.89 PP ||- |
|MONSTER HUNTER RISE ||4.1 TF2 ||$8.09 PP ||- |
|MORTAL KOMBAT 11 ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.53 PP ||- |
|MX vs ATV Reflex ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Mad Max ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.32 PP ||- |
|Mafia II: Definitive Edition ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.11 PP ||- |
|Mafia III: Definitive Edition ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.21 PP ||- |
|Mafia: Definitive Edition ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.36 PP ||- |
|Magicka 2 - Deluxe Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Magicka 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Maneater ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.63 PP ||- |
|Manhunt ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|Mars Horizon ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.53 PP ||- |
|Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition ||7.8 TF2 ||$15.36 PP ||- |
|Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Max Payne ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.06 PP ||- |
|MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries ||2.5 TF2 ||$5.02 PP ||- |
|Medal of Honor ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.24 PP ||- |
|Mega Man Legacy Collection ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2 - Deluxe Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2 War Chest Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Metro 2033 Redux ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.05 PP ||- |
|Metro Exodus ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|Metro Redux Bundle ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Metro: Last Light Redux ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.26 PP ||- |
|Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.71 PP ||- |
|Middle-earth™: Shadow of War™ ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.8 PP ||- |
|Middleearth Shadow of War Definitive Edition ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.37 PP ||- |
|Midnight Ghost Hunt || |2.5 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$4.93 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Mini Ninjas ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.05 PP ||- |
|Mirror's Edge ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.36 PP ||- |
|Miscreated ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.87 PP ||- |
|Monster Hunter: World ||3.5 TF2 ||$6.89 PP ||- |
|Monster Sanctuary ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.26 PP ||- |
|Monster Train ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Moonlighter ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Moons of Madness ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.48 PP ||- |
|Mordhau ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.32 PP ||- |
|Mortal Shell ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.77 PP ||- |
|Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Motorsport Manager ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.55 PP ||- |
|Move or Die ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|Moving Out ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.82 PP ||- |
|Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.01 PP ||- |
|My Friend Pedro ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.91 PP ||- |
|My Time At Portia ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.43 PP ||- |
|NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 Road to Boruto ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.23 PP ||- |
|NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Revolution ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.5 PP ||- |
|NASCAR Heat 5 - Ultimate Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.1 PP ||- |
|NBA 2K13 ||4.8 TF2 ||$9.52 PP ||- |
|Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.14 PP ||- |
|Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker - Deluxe Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.13 PP ||- |
|Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.83 PP ||- |
|Necromunda: Hired Gun ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.45 PP ||- |
|Neon Abyss ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.01 PP ||- |
|Neverwinter Nights: Complete Adventures ||3.7 TF2 ||$7.33 PP ||- |
|Nine Parchments ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.27 PP ||- |
|No Time to Relax ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.75 PP ||- |
|Northgard || |3.9 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$7.64 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Not For Broadcast ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|ONE PIECE BURNING BLOOD GOLD EDITION ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.91 PP ||- |
|ONE PIECE BURNING BLOOD ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|ONE PIECE PIRATE WARRIORS 3 Gold Edition ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.38 PP ||- |
|Observer ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.74 PP ||- |
|Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.72 PP ||- |
|One Step From Eden ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.03 PP ||- |
|Operation: Tango || |0.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$0.8 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|Opus Magnum ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.13 PP ||- |
|Orcs Must Die! 3 ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.69 PP ||- |
|Outlast 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.17 PP ||- |
|Outlast ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|Outward ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.94 PP ||- |
|Overcooked ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.02 PP ||- |
|Overcooked! 2 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.59 PP ||- |
|Overgrowth ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.53 PP ||- |
|Overlord II ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Owlboy ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.04 PP ||- |
|PAYDAY 2 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.82 PP ||- |
|PC Building Simulator ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.32 PP ||- |
|PGA TOUR 2K21 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Paint the Town Red ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.73 PP ||- |
|Parkitect ||5.5 TF2 ||$10.98 PP ||- |
|Party Hard 2 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Pathfinder: Kingmaker - Enhanced Plus Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Pathologic 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|Pathologic Classic HD ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Per Aspera ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.39 PP ||- |
|Phantom Doctrine ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.66 PP ||- |
|Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.07 PP ||- |
|Pistol Whip ||6.2 TF2 ||$12.33 PP ||- |
|Plague Inc: Evolved ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.23 PP ||- |
|Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|Planet Coaster ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.55 PP ||- |
|Planet Zoo ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Planetary Annihilation: TITANS ||6.0 TF2 ||$11.91 PP ||- |
|Portal Knights ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.62 PP ||- |
|Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.48 PP ||- |
|PowerBeatsVR ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|PowerSlave Exhumed ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|Praey for the Gods ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|Prehistoric Kingdom ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Prison Architect ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.76 PP ||- |
|Pro Cycling Manager 2019 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.61 PP ||- |
|Project Hospital ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.82 PP ||- |
|Project Wingman ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.21 PP ||- |
|Project Winter ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Propnight ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.32 PP ||- |
|Pumpkin Jack ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.84 PP ||- |
|Quantum Break ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.0 PP ||- |
|RESIDENT EVIL 3 ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.49 PP ||- |
|RUGBY 20 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.58 PP ||- |
|RWBY: Grimm Eclipse ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.62 PP ||- |
|Ragnaröck ||3.5 TF2 ||$6.93 PP ||- |
|Rain World || |1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.19 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Raw Data ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Re:Legend ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.13 PP ||- |
|Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.95 PP ||- |
|Red Matter ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.95 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil / biohazard HD REMASTER ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.23 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 0 / biohazard 0 HD Remaster ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.35 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 5 GOLD Edition ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.53 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 5 ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 6 ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.81 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.88 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil: Revelations ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.5 PP ||- |
|Retro Machina ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.02 PP ||- |
|Risen 2: Dark Waters Gold Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.88 PP ||- |
|Risen 3 - Complete Edition ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.07 PP ||- |
|Risen ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.82 PP ||- |
|Rising Storm 2: Vietnam ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|River City Girls ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.87 PP ||- |
|Roboquest ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|RollerCoaster Tycoon Deluxe ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.09 PP ||- |
|Rollercoaster Tycoon 2: Triple Thrill Pack ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.28 PP ||- |
|Rubber Bandits ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.52 PP ||- |
|Ryse: Son of Rome ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.38 PP ||- |
|SCP: Pandemic ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|SCUM ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.96 PP ||- |
|SOMA ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.8 PP ||- |
|SONG OF HORROR Complete Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.42 PP ||- |
|STAR WARS® THE FORCE UNLEASHED II ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|STAR WARS™: Squadrons ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.23 PP ||- |
|SUPERHOT VR ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.51 PP ||- |
|SUPERHOT ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.59 PP ||- |
|SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.02 PP ||- |
|Saint's Row The Third Remastered ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.5 PP ||- |
|Saints Row 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|Saints Row IV Game of the Century Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Saints Row IV ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.05 PP ||- |
|Saints Row the Third - The Full Package ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|Saints Row: The Third ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.27 PP ||- |
|Salt and Sanctuary ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.15 PP ||- |
|Sanctum 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|Satisfactory ||6.6 TF2 ||$13.01 PP ||- |
|Second Extinction ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.11 PP ||- |
|Secret Neighbor ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.85 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam 3: BFE ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam 4 ||4.0 TF2 ||$7.94 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.51 PP ||- |
|Shadow Man Remastered ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.0 PP ||- |
|Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Shadow Warrior 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Shadow of the Tomb Raider ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.37 PP ||- |
|Shenmue 3 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.58 PP ||- |
|Shenmue I & II ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.58 PP ||- |
|Shining Resonance Refrain ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.96 PP ||- |
|Sid Meier's Civilization VI : Platinum Edition ||3.0 TF2 ||$6.03 PP ||- |
|Sid Meier's Civilization VI ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.47 PP ||- |
|Sid Meier's Civilization® V: The Complete Edition ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.76 PP ||- |
|Sid Meiers Civilization IV: The Complete Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Siege of Centauri ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|SimCasino ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.56 PP ||- |
|SimplePlanes ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.78 PP ||- |
|Skullgirls 2nd Encore ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.47 PP ||- |
|Slap City ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Slay the Spire ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.17 PP ||- |
|Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|Slime Rancher ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.32 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite 3 ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.14 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite 4 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.53 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite V2 Remastered ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.5 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite V2 ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.05 PP ||- |
|Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.88 PP ||- |
|Sonic Adventure DX ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Sonic Adventure 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.86 PP ||- |
|Sonic Mania ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Soul Calibur VI ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.24 PP ||- |
|Source of Madness ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|Space Engineers ||2.7 TF2 ||$5.3 PP ||- |
|Space Haven ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Spec Ops: The Line ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|SpeedRunners ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|Spellcaster University ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Spelunky ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.23 PP ||- |
|Spirit Of The Island ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.59 PP ||- |
|Spiritfarer || |1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.18 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.51 PP ||- |
|Spyro™ Reignited Trilogy ||4.9 TF2 ||$9.65 PP ||- |
|Star Renegades ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.94 PP ||- |
|Star Trek: Bridge Crew ||4.4 TF2 ||$8.62 PP ||- |
|Star Wars Republic Commando™ ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (Classic, 2005) ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.7 PP ||- |
|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Star Wars® Empire at War™: Gold Pack ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.39 PP ||- |
|Starbound ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.24 PP ||- |
|Starpoint Gemini Warlords ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.48 PP ||- |
|State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.92 PP ||- |
|Staxel ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.83 PP ||- |
|Steel Division: Normandy 44 ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.91 PP ||- |
|Stellaris Galaxy Edition ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.56 PP ||- |
|Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.49 PP ||- |
|Stick Fight: The Game ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.1 PP ||- |
|Strategic Command WWII: World at War ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.26 PP ||- |
|Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.94 PP ||- |
|Streets of Rogue ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Stronghold 2: Steam Edition ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.0 PP ||- |
|Stronghold Crusader 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.84 PP ||- |
|Stronghold Crusader HD ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Styx: Shards Of Darkness ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Subnautica ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.15 PP ||- |
|Summer in Mara ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.09 PP ||- |
|Sunless Sea ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.76 PP ||- |
|Sunless Skies ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|Sunset Overdrive ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.01 PP ||- |
|Super Meat Boy ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.08 PP ||- |
|Superliminal ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.84 PP ||- |
|Supraland Six Inches Under ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.89 PP ||- |
|Supreme Commander 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|Supreme Commander Forged Alliance ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.02 PP ||- |
|Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.5 PP ||- |
|Survive the Nights ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Surviving Mars ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Surviving the Aftermath ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.41 PP ||- |
|Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet - Complete Edition ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.45 PP ||- |
|Sword Art Online Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.01 PP ||- |
|Syberia: The World Before ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.32 PP ||- |
|Synth Riders ||3.5 TF2 ||$6.96 PP ||- |
|THE KING OF FIGHTERS '98 ULTIMATE MATCH FINAL EDITION ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|THE KING OF FIGHTERS 2002 UNLIMITED MATCH ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Tales from the Borderlands ||3.4 TF2 ||$6.83 PP ||- |
|Tales of Berseria ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.12 PP ||- |
|Tales of Zestiria ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.72 PP ||- |
|Talisman: Digital Edition ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.94 PP ||- |
|Tank Mechanic Simulator ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Telltale Batman Shadows Edition ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.9 PP ||- |
|Terraforming Mars ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Terraria ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.26 PP ||- |
|The Ascent ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.26 PP ||- |
|The Battle of Polytopia ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|The Beast Inside ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.77 PP ||- |
|The Blackout Club ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.17 PP ||- |
|The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.42 PP ||- |
|The Darkness II ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.99 PP ||- |
|The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|The Escapists 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.85 PP ||- |
|The Escapists ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|The Henry Stickmin Collection ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Final Cut ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.67 PP ||- |
|The Intruder ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 2 ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.02 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 3 ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.76 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 4 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.14 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 5 ||3.1 TF2 ||$6.15 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 6 ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.58 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.8 PP ||- |
|The Last Campfire ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.57 PP ||- |
|The Long Dark ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.0 PP ||- |
|The Long Dark: Survival Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|The Mortuary Assistant ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.82 PP ||- |
|The Red Solstice 2: Survivors ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|The Surge 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.83 PP ||- |
|The Survivalists ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|The Talos Principle ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.06 PP ||- |
|The Walking Dead: A New Frontier ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|The Walking Dead: The Final Season ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.41 PP ||- |
|The Witness ||3.7 TF2 ||$7.29 PP ||- |
|The Wolf Among Us ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.83 PP ||- |
|This Is the Police ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|This War of Mine: Complete Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|Titan Quest Anniversary Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Torchlight II ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.19 PP ||- |
|Total Tank Simulator ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.74 PP ||- |
|Total War SHOGUN 2 ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.03 PP ||- |
|Total War Shogun 2 Collection ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.48 PP ||- |
|Total War: ATTILA ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.19 PP ||- |
|Total War: Empire - Definitive Edition ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.61 PP ||- |
|Total War: Napoleon - Definitive Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.2 PP ||- |
|Total War: Rome II - Emperor Edition ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.54 PP ||- |
|Total War™: WARHAMMER® ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.25 PP ||- |
|Totally Accurate Battle Simulator ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.68 PP ||- |
|Totally Reliable Delivery Service ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.29 PP ||- |
|Tour de France 2020 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Tower Unite ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.39 PP ||- |
|Townscaper ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Trailmakers Deluxe Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Train Simulator Classic ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.7 PP ||- |
|Tribes of Midgard ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.8 PP ||- |
|Tricky Towers ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.98 PP ||- |
|Trine 2: Complete Story ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.42 PP ||- |
|Trine Ultimate Collection ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.22 PP ||- |
|Tropico 5 – Complete Collection ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Tropico 6 El-Prez Edition ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.07 PP ||- |
|Tropico 6 ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.55 PP ||- |
|Turmoil ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.73 PP ||- |
|Turok ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.76 PP ||- |
|Two Point Hospital ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|Tyranny - Gold Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Ultimate Chicken Horse ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.57 PP ||- |
|Ultimate Fishing Simulator ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.4 PP ||- |
|Ultra Street Fighter IV ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Undertale ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.07 PP ||- |
|Universe Sandbox ||4.6 TF2 ||$9.15 PP ||- |
|Unrailed! ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.0 PP ||- |
|Until You Fall ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.4 PP ||- |
|VTOL VR ||6.6 TF2 ||$13.01 PP ||- |
|Vacation Simulator ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.32 PP ||- |
|Vagante ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.41 PP ||- |
|Valkyria Chronicles 4 Complete Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Vampyr ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.27 PP ||- |
|Verdun ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.73 PP ||- |
|Victor Vran ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|Visage ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.87 PP ||- |
|Viscera Cleanup Detail ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.75 PP ||- |
|Void Bastards ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.84 PP ||- |
|Volcanoids ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.81 PP ||- |
|Vox Machinae ||3.4 TF2 ||$6.78 PP ||- |
|Wargame European Escalation ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.72 PP ||- |
|Wargame: Red Dragon ||5.3 TF2 ||$10.56 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate - Daemonhunters || |2.2 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$4.28 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Master Collection ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Grand Master Collection ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II: Retribution ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.95 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Tyranids ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
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2023.06.02 23:18 TheMovieSquib Amazon Prime Video What's New on June 2023
Hello Folks, below you will find all the new movies and shows for Amazon Prime Video for June 2023. Now I have to admit for the other half of this list I used an AI program as I was running behind, so some of the links may not work. But I will modify this document through the weekend and update the links. Thanks and Enjoy. Available June 1
- Shadow of Suspicion Shaun of the Dead All The Queen’s Men, season 1 She Hate Me School Daze Sea Fury Shoot First Silver Linings Playbook Barnaby Jones, seasons 1-8 Sliver Bull Soul Food South Central Stargate Charmed Repo Men Riders To The Stars River’s Edge Robocop Run For The Sun Saved! Self/less Stomp The Yard: Homecoming Yours, Mine & Ours Switchback You Have to Run Fast Ten Days to Tulara The Apartment You Got Served Evening Shade, seasons 1-4 The Call The Color Purple (1986) Everybody Hates Chris, seasons 1-4 The Danish Girl Happy Days, seasons 1-3 Wuthering Heights (1970) The Day the Earth Stood Still The Four Feathers World’s Greatest Dad The French Lieutenant’s Woman Laverne & Shirley, seasons 1-4 Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling The Gift Mannix, seasons 1-7 What to Expect When You’re Expecting The Gospel According to Andre Walking Target The Hot Chick Walking Tall: The Payback MasterChef Mexico All Stars The Longshots Vice The Love Letter Mork & Mindy, seasons 1-2 Venus and Serena The Malta Story The Missing Lady Petticoat Junction, seasons 1-5 Van Wilder 2: The Rise Of Taj The One That Got Away Uncommon Valor The Rabbit Trap UFO The Relic Tyson The Return of the Living Dead Two Can Play That Game Survivor, seasons 17-25 True Lies The Scarf The Brady Bunch, seasons 1-5 The Spanish Gardener The Neighborhood, seasons 1-4 The Time Machine Webster, seasons 1-4 Triple Deception Wings, seasons 1-8 No Escape Transporter 2 Muscle Shoals: Rotten Tomatoes - Muscle Shoals
Transamerica: Rotten Tomatoes - Transamerica
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: Rotten Tomatoes - On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
One Way Out: Rotten Tomatoes - One Way Out
Open Range: Rotten Tomatoes - Open Range
Over The Top: Rotten Tomatoes - Over The Top
Pariah: Rotten Tomatoes - Pariah
Peanuts: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown: Rotten Tomatoes - Peanuts: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown
Philadelphia: Rotten Tomatoes - Philadelphia
Notorious: Rotten Tomatoes - Notorious
Purple Rain: Rotten Tomatoes - Purple Rain
Reign of Fire: Rotten Tomatoes - Reign of Fire
Rejoice and Shout: Rotten Tomatoes - Rejoice and Shout
Rent: Rotten Tomatoes - Rent
Lone Wolf McQuade: Rotten Tomatoes - Lone Wolf McQuade
1984: Rotten Tomatoes - 1984
Live and Let Die: Rotten Tomatoes - Live and Let Die
12 Years a Slave: Rotten Tomatoes - 12 Years a Slave
Little Women (1949): Rotten Tomatoes - Little Women (1949)
2 Days in New York: Rotten Tomatoes - 2 Days in New York
League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Rotten Tomatoes - League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Lady Of Vengeance: Rotten Tomatoes - Lady Of Vengeance
2 Days In The Valley: Rotten Tomatoes - 2 Days In The Valley
Kingdom of Heaven: Rotten Tomatoes - Kingdom of Heaven
3:10 To Yuma: Rotten Tomatoes - 3:10 To Yuma
The Kids Are All Right: Rotten Tomatoes - The Kids Are All Right
Jungle Heat: Rotten Tomatoes - Jungle Heat
It’s A Pleasure: Rotten Tomatoes - It’s A Pleasure
Intersection: Rotten Tomatoes - Intersection
A Woman Possessed: Rotten Tomatoes - A Woman Possessed
Above the Rim: Rotten Tomatoes - Above the Rim
In Time: Rotten Tomatoes - In Time
In My Country: Rotten Tomatoes - In My Country
Arrival: Rotten Tomatoes - Arrival
I’m Gonna Git You Sucka: Rotten Tomatoes - I’m Gonna Git You Sucka
I Am Bolt: Rotten Tomatoes - I Am Bolt
Assault on Precinct 13: Rotten Tomatoes - Assault on Precinct 13
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How Stella Got Her Groove Back: Rotten Tomatoes - How Stella Got Her Groove Back
Hot Rod Gang: Rotten Tomatoes - Hot Rod Gang
Baby Boy: Rotten Tomatoes - Baby Boy
Bad Teacher: Rotten Tomatoes - Bad Teacher
Bananas: Rotten Tomatoes - Bananas
Hot Fuzz: Rotten Tomatoes - Hot Fuzz
Billy Madison: Rotten Tomatoes - Billy Madison
Hot Cars: Rotten Tomatoes - Hot Cars
Black Dynamite: Rotten Tomatoes - Black Dynamite
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Rotten Tomatoes - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Blankman: Rotten Tomatoes - Blankman
Higher Learning: Rotten Tomatoes - Higher Learning
Blazing Saddles: Rotten Tomatoes - Blazing Saddles
Henry V: Rotten Tomatoes - Henry V
Boyz N the Hood: Rotten Tomatoes - Boyz N the Hood
He Who Must Die: Rotten Tomatoes - He Who Must Die
Breakin’ All The Rules: Rotten Tomatoes - Breakin’ All The Rules
Happy Gilmore: Rotten Tomatoes - Happy Gilmore
Brokeback Mountain: Rotten Tomatoes - Brokeback Mountain
Happy Anniversary: Rotten Tomatoes - Happy Anniversary
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: Rotten Tomatoes - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Clockstoppers: Rotten Tomatoes - Clockstoppers
Code of Silence: Rotten Tomatoes - Code of Silence
Guess Who: Rotten Tomatoes - Guess Who
Concussion: Rotten Tomatoes - Concussion
Creed: Rotten Tomatoes - Creed
Creed II: Rotten Tomatoes - Creed II
Green Zone: Rotten Tomatoes - Green Zone
Gone in Sixty Seconds: Rotten Tomatoes - Gone in Sixty Seconds
Glory: Rotten Tomatoes - Glory
Ghost Of Dragstrip Hollow: Rotten Tomatoes - Ghost Of Dragstrip Hollow
Cry Freedom: Rotten Tomatoes - Cry Freedom
Daddy Day Camp: Rotten Tomatoes - Daddy Day Camp
Getting Even With Dad: Rotten Tomatoes - Getting Even With Dad
Dangerous Exile: Rotten Tomatoes - Dangerous Exile
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Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection: Rotten Tomatoes - Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection
Devil In A Blue Dress: Rotten Tomatoes - Devil In A Blue Dress
Exodus: Rotten Tomatoes - Exodus
Dog Day Afternoon: Rotten Tomatoes - Dog Day Afternoon
Eraser: Rotten Tomatoes - Eraser
Look Who’s Talking: Rotten Tomatoes - Look Who’s Talking
Lost Lagoon: Rotten Tomatoes - Lost Lagoon
Man In The Net: Rotten Tomatoes - Man In The Net
The Wild Wild West, seasons 1-4: Rotten Tomatoes - The Wild Wild West
Machete: Rotten Tomatoes - Machete
The War of the Worlds (1953): Rotten Tomatoes - The War of the Worlds (1953)
MacArthur: Rotten Tomatoes - MacArthur
The Transporter: Rotten Tomatoes - The Transporter
Love, Rosie: Rotten Tomatoes - Love, Rosie
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am: Rotten Tomatoes - Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
Money Train: Rotten Tomatoes - Money Train
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar: Rotten Tomatoes - To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar
Top Of The World: Rotten Tomatoes - Top Of The World
Too Many Crooks: Rotten Tomatoes - Too Many Crooks
Mo’ Money: Rotten Tomatoes - Mo’ Money
To Sir, With Love: Rotten Tomatoes - To Sir, With Love
Mississippi Burning: Rotten Tomatoes - Mississippi Burning
Timbuktu: Rotten Tomatoes - Timbuktu
Mirai: Rotten Tomatoes - Mirai
Three Can Play That Game: Rotten Tomatoes - Three Can Play That Game
Miles Ahead: Rotten Tomatoes - Miles Ahead
Things We Lost in the Fire: Rotten Tomatoes - Things We Lost in the Fire
The Young Doctors: Rotten Tomatoes - The Young Doctors
Megamind: Rotten Tomatoes - Megamind
The World’s End: Rotten Tomatoes - The World’s End
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With Love, season 2: Rotten Tomatoes - With Love
Deadloch: Rotten Tomatoes - Deadloch
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Medellin: Rotten Tomatoes - Medellin
Crazy Rich Asians: Rotten Tomatoes - Crazy Rich Asians
Sully: Rotten Tomatoes - Sully
TÁR: Rotten Tomatoes - TÁR
My Fault: Rotten Tomatoes - My Fault
An Unforgettable Year – Autumn: Rotten Tomatoes - An Unforgettable Year – Autumn
The Lake, season 2: Rotten Tomatoes - The Lake
Interstellar: Rotten Tomatoes - Interstellar
An Unforgettable Year – Winter: Rotten Tomatoes - An Unforgettable Year – Winter
There’s Something Wrong With The Children: Rotten Tomatoes - There’s Something Wrong With The Children
Ender’s Game: Rotten Tomatoes - Ender’s Game
Spoiler Alert: Rotten Tomatoes - Spoiler Alert
The Grand Tour: Eurocrash, season 5: Rotten Tomatoes - The Grand Tour: Eurocrash
Selma: Rotten Tomatoes - Selma
Armageddon Time: Rotten Tomatoes - Armageddon Time
American Sniper: Rotten Tomatoes - American Sniper
That Peter Crouch Film: Rotten Tomatoes - That Peter Crouch Film
An Unforgettable Year – Spring: Rotten Tomatoes - An Unforgettable Year – Spring
I’m a Virgo: Rotten Tomatoes - I’m a Virgo
Project Almanac: Rotten Tomatoes - Project Almanac
The Gambler: Rotten Tomatoes - The Gambler
M3GAN: Rotten Tomatoes - M3GAN
Hot Tub Time Machine 2: Rotten Tomatoes - Hot Tub Time Machine 2
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water: Rotten Tomatoes - The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
What If: Rotten Tomatoes - What If
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, season 4: Rotten Tomatoes - Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
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2023.06.02 23:18 normadezmonds the pile of laundry on my floor is trying to eat me.
I know this sounds crazy. Shut up. I get it. I’ve heard it all before: “what are you talking about?” “You’re insane.” “This is why you shouldn’t do molly before your brain finishes developing.” My friends don’t believe me. My parents don’t believe me. My therapist doesn’t believe me. And I don’t blame them. I didn’t believe me either, at first. Maybe I still don’t. There’s no moral here; this isn’t some cautionary tale about the importance of keeping clean. If it were, it’d be the sickest, most twisted way to teach someone to fold their stupid clothes.
I normally fold my laundry. I do. I’m not a slob! I hate walking into my bedroom and seeing clothes on the floor. I hate it, seriously! I don’t believe in it, don’t subscribe to it, and don’t condone it. The floor could be as clean as a freshly zamboni’d ice rink, but the second my clothes touch it they instantly get dirty – coated in lint, dust, and grime that latch onto my shirts and underwear like leeches.
But no one’s perfect. I’m not an idiot, ok? I’m a realist. I’m an adult. I slip up sometimes. A bit of depression here, a dash of anxiety there, and suddenly I don’t feel like folding that huge lump of clothes the exact second the dryer vomits them out. In those cases, I put the pile on my desk chair, and I wait a few days. I go to work, I run my errands, I wash my face, and, whatever – you get the gist. Eventually, I work up the courage to square up to that foul fabric beast and tear it apart, devoting twenty minutes to folding and putting away every single piece of clothing until my room is back to its normal, serene state. This cycle is a perfectly normal part of the monotonous yet inconsistent ebb and flow that is adulthood, and I’m not going to put myself on trial for occasionally succumbing to it. Well, the last load of laundry I did was a particularly big one. Massive, actually. So big I thought the washing machine drum would break off its axle, spin out into my kitchen, and crash through a wall. After the clothes dried, I let them sit in the machine for a few days because taking them out proved too daunting a task (and yes, I opened the dryer door a bit so the clothes could air out. I’m not an idiot).
Eventually, I worked up the courage to extract the atrocious textile pile and take it to my room for folding. The pile was too big and too heavy to fit on my chair, so I threw it on the ground. I know, I know – I’m wincing at the thought. But I had too. It was enormous. At the time, folding felt like too herculean a task to do in that moment. So I waited a day. And another day. And another. I went to work, I ran my errands, I washed my face. By then, a week had gone by, and the pile was still there, on the floor at the foot of my bed. I went to bed that night promising myself I would deal with it in the morning.
Well, girls and boys, I didn’t deal with it. That day I did nothing; I did nothing but go to work, run my errands, and wash my face. And that evening I opened a beer, plopped my ass on the couch, and watched “New Girl.” I hate that show. I despise that show. But I watch reruns when my body is tired but my mind is awake; when I need something to dull my brain until it meets my body halfway on that miserable road to exhaustion.
When I crawled into bed that night, the laundry pile was still there, obviously. A sock was sticking out and touching the foot of my bed. It was funny, though, because I didn’t remember the pile physically touching my bed the night before. But who really remembers things like that, anyway? I figured the pile must have come apart a bit due to vibrations in the floor when I walked -- gravity, or something. It was a bulbous, globular, uneven stack of clothes, for fuck’s sake. I know this sounds silly – it’s just that my first thought when I saw the pile had shifted slightly towards my bed wasn’t that it was actively moving towards me.
I have bad dreams often, but that night’s was especially bad. I dreamt I stepped into an enormous bowl of pancake batter and couldn’t get out. I sunk into the batter, slowly, tortuously, inch by inch, until the beige mass globbed onto my face. Just as it covered my eyes and stuck them shut, I suddenly woke up with a shooting pain in my foot. The pain was almost indescribable: a burning, almost acidic sensation. It subsided immediately the moment I woke up and drew my legs up to my chest, curling into the fetal position and rubbing my foot until my mind coaxed itself to sleep. When I woke up that morning, my thoughts returned to that brief pain in my foot. I almost couldn’t even remember if it had been a dream or not. Until I looked at my foot. The top half of my left sole was a patchy red color. I grabbed hold of the foot and held it up as close to my face as my inflexible body could manage. My brow furrowed in disgust. I had the same expression in my face as when I was sixteen and riddled with acne and would pop an innocuous-looking zit, only for it to erupt and bukkake my mirror with an egregious quantity of pus. My disgust, however, then morphed into an acute sense of unease. Because there, in the center of this rosy patch on my foot, were four small indentations. They were deep in my skin, as far as you can press down on flesh before drawing blood. Each mark was parallel to the other. Bite marks.
I looked at my foot, then at the foot of my bed (no pun intended), where the pile of laundry sat. Then back at my foot. Then back at the pile. Something about it was different now. I swear it, suddenly it looked a bit more ominous, more looming, more… big. Yes, it was bigger. It had taken on a new color, too. A pair of jeans, my rainbow socks, and a Grand Theft Auto 5 T-shirt that I hadn’t seen before on the top of the pile were now sticking out, looking right at me. It’s strange; you don’t expect a pile of clothes to activate your fight or flight response, but looking back on that moment now, even if my conscience didn’t register it at the time, I was afraid.
I got up, got dressed with whatever clothes remained in my closet away from the pile (not much), and shut my bedroom door. I went to work that day, I ran errands, I washed my face. I went home. I changed clothes. As I changed, I stared at the pile. Now there wasn’t just a single sock touching the foot of the bed – now many, many socks were pressed against it, reaching out like little white hands of cotton. In fact, the whole pile seemed to be pushing its weight against my bed. But, like I said earlier, this was not something I consciously decided to worry about in that moment. It’s a pile of laundry, for fuck’s sake. I walked into the living room and shut the door behind me. I decided then that that night I would finally dismantle the pile and fold each and every piece of clothing. But not right then. My buddy Sam was coming over any second to have a beer and watch “New Girl.”
He got to my place twenty minutes later than he was supposed to, and when I opened the door four little legs trotted in with him. “This is Clarence!” he said with that bizarrely prideful tone in his voice that new dog owners sometimes have. It’s the same tone new mothers have, but since, as far as I know, humans are not physically capable of giving birth to chihuahuas, the tone in this case is always completely unwarranted. But I digress -- I was a little pissed, to say the least. Sam hadn’t asked if it was ok to bring Clarence. We were about five minutes into a random episode I had rouletted from season three when Clarence started yapping. I peeled my eyes off the screen and suddenly realized he wasn’t on the couch with us anymore. Indeed, he was standing right in front of my closed bedroom door, howling into the air and clawing at the wood. “Yo, Clare! Shut up!” Sam yelled as he paused the TV and sauntered over to Clarence. My first thought was Is "Clare" really a nickname for Clarence? My second thought was Oh my god. Do not let Clarence into that room.
“NO!” I blurted out.
“Huh?” Sam grunted as he turned to look at me with that big stupid face of his. Clarence kept barking.
“You… you can’t go in there,” I stammered. “It’s messy.” I straightened myself up.
Sam scoffed. “You got dead bodies in there or something?” He looked at Clarence, who refused to let up. “Something’s bothering him.”
“I can see that, but –“
Sam laughed, put his hand on the knob and started to turn.
“NO!” I screamed again. Clarence stopped barking that time. Sam took his hand off the knob.
“I told you. Don’t go in my room,” I chided.
“Dude. You… you don’t actually have dead bodies in there, do you?” Sam asked as his smile gradually disappeared.
I sighed. “Jesus Christ. Of course not! It… it’s just messy. Super messy. Like, so messy. It’s embarrassed.”
“OK. But now I feel like, as your friend, I have a responsibility to check. Just to make sure…”
“OK, well, I told you, you can’t go into my room.”
“… just to make sure you don’t have any dead bodies in there.”
“I DON’T HAVE ANY DEAD FUCKING BODIES IN MY ROOM!” My face went purple with rage.
“Well now you’re reacting as if you have a dead body in your room.” I sighed and rubbed my forehead. He had a point. “Ok. You can look inside… just… can you pick Clarence up first?”
Sam looked at me weirdly, but then quickly accepted this one condition and picked the little hairy sausage up. He grabbed the knob and turned. I held my breath as he looked inside.
“Oh my god. Dude. What the shit?”
“What? What?” I raced to the door and peered inside. The room was more or less the same as it had been that morning. Well, except for the laundry pile had…
“You should really fold your laundry, dude.”
… doubled in size. It was massive, over half the height of the room now, spilling across my bed. I started to shake. How was this happening? What was happening? There were more clothes in the pile now than I had ever owned in my entire life. And, I suddenly realized, I was no longer able to recognize the clothes themselves. While before I could clearly identify individual pieces within the pile – my red plaid boxers, my cargo shorts, a lone Nike sock – the mass now took on an abstract and mind-boggling shape. It was as if the clothes had stretched, twisted, even fused themselves together. Clashing colors bled into each other like watercolors. Disparate textures met at messy seams like some sort of scratchy, monstrous quilt.
Sam, clearly not understanding the apparent danger of this… this thing in my room, took a step forward.
“NO!” I blurted out. I said that a lot that night. And I would say it again soon.
“What is going on with you, man?” A condescending smile curled over that idiot’s lips. I couldn’t even begin to tell him. It was all too ridiculous. And yet, I had never been so terrified.
“Do you wanna go on a walk? Let’s go on a walk.”
“Huh?” Sam said with that stupid, stupid face of his cocked at such a severe angle it looked like his neck would snap in half.
My eyes turned to Clarence, who was still in Sam’s clutches and staring at the pile with wide, terrified eyes. “He hasn’t peed in a while. Let’s take him outside! Let’s take him for a walk!” I pleaded.
Sam looked at Clarence, who didn’t even register his dear owner’s gaze. His eyes were locked on the pile. He was trembling.
“Eh. He’s fine! You really should fold your laundry, though. I’ll help.” He walked towards the pile.
“OK, can you calm the actual fuck down, dude?” He turned to me again. Clarence squirmed in his arms. He whimpered and gnawed at the air, his little black eyes as if pleading, "let me down. Let me go."
“What the fuck, Clare?” Clarence managed to wiggle his way out of Sam’s grasp and hit the floor like a billiard ball. Immediately he twisted himself onto his feet and scurried out of the room.
“Maybe he does have to pee,” Sam wondered aloud. I sighed with relief.
“Yes! Let’s go!”
“But first we gotta deal with this.” He turned back to the pile.
“Later, Sam. Please.”
“Nah, bro. This is insane. It’s one thing to put off chores for a couple days, but this… this is mental illness,” He crouched down, right next to the pile, and reached out. “I can’t let you live like this -- ”
Then there was movement. A flash of color. A sudden jerk. A lunge. Of polyester and cotton and wool and linen. A brief yelp -- “oh!”-- managed to escape Sam’s lips just before the pile swallowed him whole.
I stood there like an idiot, frozen in terror as the pile contorted and undulated with Sam inside, re-arranging his big body like a snake swallowing a deer. The most vile and disturbing sounds I’ve ever heard accompanied Sam’s muted screams from inside: tearing, crunching, dissolving, guzzling. Sam let out one final blood-curdling scream before a nauseating POP rang out and everything went quiet. The pile was still now. A putrid smell filled the air, like the smell of raw chicken left out to rot on a hot concrete patio. Death.
Then, right before my eyes, the pile began to grow, metastasizing with new lumps of fabric sprouting in all directions. The smell got thicker and heavier with each inch the pile grew. It wasn’t until it reached the ceiling that I was able to rouse myself from my shock and I turned and ran out of the room. I grabbed Clarence, who had been scratching pathetically at my front door in a desperate bid to escape, and fled my apartment. I ran down the street. I ran down the block. I just ran. I ran for hours, in no particular direction, with Clarence in my arms.
It’s been two weeks. I’m writing this now from a motel room. I don’t know what motel it is. I ran into the first one I came across and haven’t left since. Clarence is fast asleep on the bed. He’s ugly and annoying, but I’ve found myself yelling “Clare!” when I want to get his attention. I haven’t been back to my apartment since that day. I’m never going back. I don’t want to know what’s in there, how much bigger it’s become.
I’m still wearing the same clothes from that day. My shirt and pants are heavy with sweat. I smell like shit. But it’s fine because I’m not changing my clothes. I’m not cleaning my clothes, either. Maybe I will, one day. Not for a long time, though. And if I do ever get around to it, I swear to God -- I’m folding them immediately.
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2023.06.02 22:46 Eclectic_figurehead Fried Chicken: Eggs or No?
I've only made fried chicken once, and it turned out to be quite great! However, seeing a lot of videos and posts on the subject, I was wondering if any improvements to the procedure can be made.
I plan on making some for dinner, so one night prior - I usually wet brine it in water with all the necessary seasoning powders and hot sauce. On the morning of D-Day, I transfer it to a buttermilk brine. That night, I fry it and ta-da!
Here's the question: Last time, I added two eggs to the brine an hour before I wanted to fry the chicken. Now, do the eggs help at this stage? Or will their addition do no better?
P.S. The last time I dredged completely dry, without having any egg wash - and I'd rather prefer it this way.
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2023.06.02 22:45 Eclectic_figurehead Fried Chicken: The addition of Eggs
I've only made fried chicken once, and it turned out to be quite great! However, seeing a lot of videos and posts on the subject, I was wondering if any improvements to the procedure can be made.
I plan on making some for dinner, so one night prior - I usually wet brine it in water with all the necessary seasoning powders and hot sauce. On the morning of D-Day, I transfer it to a buttermilk brine. That night, I fry it and ta-da!
Here's the question: Last time, I added two eggs to the brine an hour before I wanted to fry the chicken. Now, do the eggs help at this stage? Or will their addition do no better?
P.S. The last time I dredged completely dry, without having any egg wash - and I'd rather prefer it this way.
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2023.06.02 22:24 Chonan_Akira What was the food like when you were inside?
For me, it was like a dream if you were 12 years old. We had hot dogs, chili dogs, spaghetti, with meat sauce, lasagna with meat, pizza, and cookies for dinner. Chicken was a more refined dinner on Sunday. Lunch was best if you could get the line for the real meat sandwiches. Portions were real big and there was food left over. If you showed up late, you had to stuff your face fast.
there would be dozens of oranges but the cops would search you as you left the mess hall for any oranges hidden about your person. They might be used for pruno. They really had a hard-on for those oranges. An officer sat in a bulletproof enclosure in the corner of each mess hall. He had a shotgun.
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2023.06.02 21:59 DField118 Hot chicken tenders
2023.06.02 21:47 nashvillehotchick It’s The Season
I know that it’s pride month, and a lot of people have been through more than I have, but I just wanted to share how much this community has helped me get to where I’m at right now!
I guess a little background, I’ve always had crushes on boys, girls, everyone in between, but I also wasn’t surrounded by anyone from the community that I identified with. I thought most people had crushes like that, and who wouldn’t want to have sex with a hot guy or girl, what does it matter? But my friends dated guys, and I dated guys, and I never really explored that part of my identity.
Recently in the last few months it’s really been on my mind that, no, I’m Bi, for sure. I don’t only want to be with guys just because that’s what I’ve done. And at first I definitely felt like an imposter, I feel like I’m pretty “straight passing” and I’ve never had any experience with the same gender so who am I to say I’m bi?
That’s where this community has really helped me. I’ve seen a lot of validation of my feelings on here, amazing posts that I can identify with, and met some great people! Some people who have really helped me and supported me, and even confirmed some feelings sometimes haha.
Last night (after chickening out day 1 of pride after I swore to myself I’d come out to someone in person this month) I asked a few coworker friends at work if anyone was going to a pride event, and one of them said they were with their girlfriend! I said I didn’t know they had a girlfriend, and they said yeah, I’m bi, to which I responded ME TOO! So we all screamed and now I’m sure everyone at work knows by now but it feels so good to be out like that to some people I talk to regularly. They were supportive and I know there are haters out there, and a long way to go until more people in my life know, but being a part of this community has really helped me.
So thank you all you lovely people!!
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2023.06.02 21:28 lostacoshermanos We need to stop eating at restaurants and just cook at home.
Fast food USED to be cheap. I just saw a coupon for 2 pieces of chicken the other day for Popeyes. It was 2 pieces of chicken and a biscuit for $5.49 with a coupon. McDonald’s hot n spicy is now like $2.50 and if you buy 2 only the second one is a dollar.
What about restaurants? A family of 4 at a steakhouse costs at least $150 not counting a tip. Starbucks drinks coffee or frap are like $7. A chipotle bowl you could make at home for $2 in ingredients is $9.
The only processed or ready food that is worth it anymore is loss leader rotisserie chicken at Costco for $5. You could use the leftovers to make a chipotle bowl or chicken sandwich.
Cooking at home is….
no paying the restaurant employees on top of the bill
the ability to cut out sugar and salt
fresher meat and veggies
Also the time you save not driving to the place or waiting in the drive through or in line for carrying out is about the same time it costs to make this stuff.
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2023.06.02 20:56 LIS1050010 Guide: How to Grow Your Own Food
For all of human history, people have managed to feed themselves, either by fishing, hunting, gathering, or subsistence farming. Nowadays, we can simply head to the grocery store to buy our meals. However, growing your own food is both rewarding and money-saving. If you’d like to grow your own food, make sure you research the climate in your region, create rows for your crops, and harvest when your food is ripe to enjoy the food from your garden.
Growing Food in Your Climate Grow most leafy greens and vegetables during a warm summer.
If you have temperatures above 75 °F (24 °C) during the summer, plant your vegetable crops in May or June. Make sure they are planted after the threat of frost is over.
- Lettuce, cabbage, kale, and tomatoes are all great options to plant in the summer.
Legumes do well in a temperate rainforest and are a great source of protein. Plant fruit in the early spring in a moderate climate.
Most fruit, like apples, oranges, lemons, and limes can be grown on trees in a 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) area. Start with planting a fruit tree in a pot to monitor the soil and water intake, and then transfer it to the ground after 1 year during the early spring. Most fruit trees will not start bearing fruit until they are 2 to 3 years old.
Grow winter grains in a cold, wet climate.
- Vine fruits, like grapes, can be grown anywhere with a trellis that they can climb.
If you live in an area that gets below freezing and has a lot of precipitation, plant grains like rye. Rye is able to withstand the cold temperatures and the heavy rainfall that will happen in many areas of the world. Plant your rye in the early fall before the first frost hits.
Farm summer grains in a warm, moderate climate.
- Winter grains will usually give a higher crop yield than summer grains.
Summer grains, like corn, do best during warm weather. If your summers get hot, plant corn in May or June and let it grow over the summer months. Corn does especially well in the midwest area of the United States.
Let root vegetables mature during the fall.
- Rice needs a tropical climate to grow. Southeast Asia is the best climate for rice crops.
Potatoes, beets, radishes, and other vegetables that grow underground prefer to grow during the colder months. Plant root vegetables in July or August to prepare for a fall harvest. You can grow these even if the threat of frost is near, since they are hearty enough to withstand it.
Planting Crops Make sure your soil pH is between 5.5 and 7.0.
Test the pH of your soil by using a test probe or paper strips to determine the acidity or alkalinity of your soil. Most food grows at a pH of 5.5 and 7.0. If your soil is below 5.5, add dolomite, a type of crushed mineral, to make it more basic. If it is higher than 7.0, use pine needles or peat moss to make it more acidic.
Break the ground with a plow or a tiller.
- You can find a test probe or strips at most garden stores.
- You can buy dolomite at most garden stores.
Clear away any large stones, roots and limbs, heavy accumulation of vegetation, and other debris before tilling. Use a rototiller or a plow to disrupt your soil and turn over the top layer. This will make the nutrients in your soil more readily available and allow the top layer of soil to refresh itself.
- To sustain a 4-person family, use 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) of land to grow vegetables and grains.
On a small plot of land, you can use a pick, shovel, and hoe to till your land instead. Lay rows with a hoe or a plow.
Mark out the area you intend to plant. Use a hoe or plow to create a slightly raised bed in the loose soil in a line across the length of the plot. Next, make a shallow groove cut in the soil with your rototiller and a furrow attachment. Do this until your growing area is covered in rows.
Place your seeds in the furrows at the depth they require.
- You can rent rototillers and their attachments at many hardware stores.
The depth of planting may vary according to your choice of plants. Check on the back of your seed packet to find out the best depth for your plant. Make a small hole with your fingers and place 2 to 3 seeds in each hole.
Cover the seeds in soil and gently pack down the dirt.
- Plants like legumes and melons, squash, cucumbers are planted between 3⁄4 inch (1.9 cm) and 1 inch (2.5 cm) deep, and corn and potatoes may be planted 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) to 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) deep.
- You can also start seeds indoors and transplant them after they have sprouted.
This will prevent the seed bed from drying out in the sun. Use the palm of your hand to press down on top of the seeds you planted. Make sure they are covered all the way so they don’t get eaten by animals. Continue this process until you have the number of rows you planned on planting.
Managing and Harvesting Your Crops Water your garden every day during the summer.
The sun can dry out and kill your crops if they do not have enough water to replenish themselves. Use a garden hose or a sprinkler system to water your crops thoroughly every day from May to September. If the temperature reaches above 90 °F (32 °C), water your crops twice a day.
Weed your garden if it is getting overrun.
- Winter crops like rye do not need to be watered unless it is a particularly dry winter.
Because you are planting this crop in rows, you will be able to walk the center area between rows. Remove any weeds by hand that sprout up during your growing season. Make sure you get the root of the weed when you pull it so that it doesn’t grow back.
Deter pests with fences and natural sprays.
- Weeds are much easier to pull in loose or wet soil.
- Try not to disturb the roots of your crop as you weed.
If you see leaves that have been eaten, it could be a sign of insects or vermin. Use a chicken-wire fence to keep out small animals like mice and rabbits. Remove and kill insects as you find them, or use a natural deterrent like peppermint oil to keep pests away. Tip:
Make a peppermint spray by combining 2 drops of peppermint essential oil and 1 gallon (3,800 mL) of water. Mist the leaves of your crops once a day to keep common insects away. Harvest your crops when they are ripe.
Many common garden vegetables are harvested as they become ripe, and continue to produce throughout the growing season with proper care. Grains, on the other hand, are most often harvested when they are fully ripened and dry on the plant. Use sharp, clean gardening tools to pick or cut your crops so you don’t damage the plants. Preserve your food if you can’t eat it all.
If you have grown grains, use barns which will keep your stored harvest dry and safe from insects and vermin. A combination of storage and preservation methods are the best way to reduce food waste. Drying, canning, freezing, and bedding are all viable options for storing food.
- Bedding is a method for storing root crops such as potatoes, rutabagas, and beets. Lay your root crops in a dry, cool location on a straw bed.
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2023.06.02 20:54 Mista9000 Perfectly Safe Demons -Ch 13- Kidnappers hate this one weird trick!
[Chapter One] Prev
Late at night, in the back of a warehouse.
Grigory squirmed against his restraints. The rope binding his hands was coarse and too tight, causing his hands to lose feeling. A bored council guard stood nearby, but was mostly ignoring him. He wasn’t going to get far with his hands and feet tied together. It was worse than he had thought possible. They are very much going to kill him tonight. This was even worse than either Stanisk or Aethlina had speculated, and he just knew that they would use his role in this disaster against him in future disagreements. However, he might be overly optimistic worrying about a future that might not include him.
Grigory thought over what he had left in his notebooks, contemplating if it would be enough for someone to continue his work. He wasn't sure. It was a lot more than he started with, but there weren't a lot of qualified scholars looking to follow his footsteps. The best outcomes for a lot of different paths all need him to survive.
Grigory tried not to be distracted by the ropes digging into him, and frantically wracked his mind for any sort of escape plan. He had a single imp totem on him, and they left him with his satchel nearby. That’s something. He would need to be untied to invoke it, and a single perfectly safe imp wouldn’t change the balance of power much. Perhaps if everyone but the four executive members left, he and Stanisk might have a chance to overpower them. Well he could at least be distracting while Stanisk overpowered them. They also hadn’t checked his satchel yet, so maybe he could bribe them with the ten thousand glindi engraved gold bar he brought to pledge his support? Bribes are a type of negotiation, and being tied up while they already had the gold put him in a frustratingly weak position to start negotiations. Not getting executed by the organised crime successor to the Council of Demonologists wasn’t on his list, but he still felt it was important.
Grigory could clearly see and hear the meeting continue in the centre of the warehouse. A small detail that he noticed was just how small the sums were. Robberies of a few hundred glindi? The value of a business protection racket being ten glucks a week? Had the runaway success of his imp-made goods distorted his value of money? Pandemonium Partners profited a few hundred thousand a month, and the big safe in the workshop’s basement held about a million glindi, mostly in heavy gold bars. That was after the expenses, taxes and salaries had been paid. Maybe bribes will work here.
Another trend that emerged was how cheap lives appeared to be. Stole a knife from the boss? Death. Miscounted the take? Death. Didn’t show up to the job? Finger loss. How they attracted or retained any talent at all was its own mystery. On that note, we wonder if he enormously overpaid his people? These goons were killing each other over sums of money close to what he paid each of his security goons a day, which in turn was a fraction of what he was paying his partners. All the people he hired seemed excited when he told them the starting salary, and not a single one asked for a raise. Not the time for that! Focus on the matter at hand! Grigory continued to look for anything that he could use to escape.
All too soon the business part of the meeting was concluded. Two of the Council's guards wheeled out a cask of beer, and a crate of cheap clay mugs. Not great news for plans that require being left alone. In singles and groups the ‘Demonologists’ started to come over to where he was tied up. To drink cheap beer and look upon true evil in his demon summoning face.
“Hullo gentlemen! This is all a silly mistake, I’m sure we can work something out,” Grigory said with a calmness and pleasantness he didn’t feel.
A gangster in a threadbare tunic and patched leather pants started going through his coat, and then his satchel. His notebooks with neatly written titles were thrown on the floor, and the minor spell reagents placed on top of a nearby crate.
“Holy shit!” he exclaimed far too loudly, ensuring everyone saw him pull out the slim gold bar, about the size of a knife handle. “This can’t be real?!” The gangster saw how everyone near him stared, mouths agape at the bar in his open hand. The bar’s engraving of the Royal Mint of Hiruxia glinting in the flickering rushlight.
“Back off! I found it!” He held the gold tight in his fist and drew his dirty, nicked knife from his belt with his free hand. Quicker than a blink of an eye every member had their blades out and the men at arms from the edges moved towards the commotion.
“PUT IT AWAY!” boomed Arcanist Devorio. He reasserted control of the situation with palpable menace. “The prisoner and all his goods are the property of the Council! Put it down on the table, Tricky Tupo!”
The gangsters grudgingly resheathed their weapons, and Tricky Tupo passed the bar to the Arcanist without making eye contact.
“Holy shit, it is actually real gold!” Devorio muttered after inspecting it for a second. “Where the hell did you steal something like this?”
Something in his phrasing crystalized a plan in Grigory’s mind. An insane, reckless, dangerous plan. Grigory tried not to smile when he replied, “Not stolen at all, well not from our plane of reality.”
“You summoned it?” the well dressed head of the council asked incredulously.
“Oh no, not at all! I stole it from the treasury of Hell! You see that’s the point of having a perfectly obedient demon, it does what I say, and not what the Lords of Hell say,” Grigory lied. The Hellplane wasn’t organised like that at all. There was no such thing as a treasury there. He still wasn’t sure how to sell it, but he hoped there was enough ignorance and greed in the room to do the heavy lifting for him.
“Demonologists have never stolen from hell! As far as I know. I think?” The arcanist was in uncertain territory.
“Mostly true! But we steal minor things all the time, like magical energy, or arcane secrets, but the exciting advance I wrote to you about was stealing things like minerals or artefacts and sometimes regular boring gold.” Grigory was hoping he was priming their greed enough. He worried he was being too subtle.
“Well, it looks like you have a new job! You steal Hell gold for us now!” The Arcanist-turned-crime-lord was back in familiar territory of coercing people into giving him what he wanted.
“Oh I couldn’t!" Grigory feigned reluctance. “I don’t have the right equipment, I haven’t done the full balancing equations for today’s planar alignments! I should go home and get what I need, and I’ll be happy to come back tomorrow and we can get a fresh start on this.”
“Not a chance! You’re doing the ritual this instant, or your blood will cover this entire floor!” Davenio countered.
Grigory, aware that excess blood could damage goods, decided against arguing. “Alright, you win, I’ll have my imp steal another dozen gold bars tonight, I guess. But that’s it! I’m leaving after that!”
“Hah! We’ll see about that!” The arcanist cut Grigory’s bonds while staring straight into his eyes.
Grigory rubbed his sore wrists, and looked at the fifty or so people that had gathered around him. Cruel smiles and the stink of cheap beer surrounded him, but he had a plan. “First I’ll need to summon my imp, to help me set up the ritual!” Grigory found himself speaking like a showman at a fair, with exaggerated gestures and in a loud clear voice. The assembled thugs, goons and crime lords backed up to give him some space. Aethlina suggested obscuring the details of invoking a demon, which was a great idea. He slowly and rhythmically chanted in demonic detail how he likes his tea, with lots of hand gestures and steps and ritualistic looking movements. After a few long seconds he pulled out the imp totem from his vest, waved it around like a wand for a bit before doing the quick gesture of invocation to actually invoke the imp. With two small clicks the tiny imp landed on the rough floorboards of the warehouse. Several goons gasped, and one of the lady goons even shrieked a bit. Truly a sad state of affairs when someone calling themselves a demonologist is startled by a tiny perfectly safe imp!
Grigory picked up his notebooks from the floor, and found the one titled ‘Charts, Formulas, and Tables.’. Doing some mental maths, and modifying a few old spells and rituals on the fly, Grigory gave his imp simple directions in demonic. He could have just spoken plainly, but he was aware he was also putting on a show. Keeping everyone’s attention was important for the next part.
“Ahem, is there any furnace ash, or the like? I’ll need to create a circle in ash or wax or sand.” A few people turned to look for what he needed, and Grigory returned to working out the planar alignment in his notebook. They returned with a canvas bag of stove ashes, he looked them over and nodded. “Does anyone have a silvered steel blade I can use? Anyone at all? No matter, I have one!” Grigory pulled out the small pocket knife he used to cut his food with. It actually was silvered steel, since that also came up from time to time in his line of work. Besides it was interesting to learn that was the only silvered steel blade in the room.
Grigory passed the bag of ash to the imp. He gave detailed instructions on the shape, symbols, and spacing of the elements, all crucial to the huge circle taking shape in the middle of the warehouse floor. The assembled crowd of dirty, dangerous, and desperate deviants started to look concerned. What had started as a bit of mean spirited fun was fast turning into the exact thing they knew was evil incarnate. A path to Hell was being built in front of them! A few moved to leave, but the others called them names and threatened their reputations, forcing them to stay and watch. There was a good reason to stay, there was about to be a lot of gold for everyone. In theory.
At last the preparations were complete. Grigory slowly walked the entire outside of his circle to make sure it was unbroken. He had done similar rituals before, but always with hours of double checking, and never with an audience. His hands were sweaty and shaking as he tore a page out of his notebook. Quickly, he scribbled down a final set of instructions in demonic script and handed it to the imp.
“Merp!” it said in agreement.
Grigory turned to address everyone. He saw a very worried Stanisk standing off to the back, and he subtly gestured for him to wait. Steadying his nerves for a second he addressed his gathered kidnappers, “Soon you will see a small tear in reality! Plug your ears, lest the screams of the damned drive you mad!” Grigory looked around, to make sure everyone was properly alarmed, and activated the ritual.
With a crack of thunder and a hurricane blast of dry wind that reeked of hot iron and sulphur Grigory’s surprise appeared in the centre of the circle. A towering rage demon, its black armoured hide covered in dancing hellfire, its wolf-like face filled with jagged fangs, and its shoulders brushing the rafters of the old warehouse. The assembled criminals looked up from the floor and saw the bipedal nightmare towering over them. They stood stalk still, not knowing how to react, nor sure what exactly was happening.
Grigory stood up straight and turned on the crowd, in a commanding bellow he condemned them, “What kind of idiots let a master demonologist do any summoning ritual he wants?! Look upon the true power of hell and despair!! Your petty schemes are –”
Grigory’s gloating was cut short by a foundation shaking roar from the demon. It started grabbing people at random, and biting them in half, throwing hunks of torso against the wall with splattering force. In accordance with the note, Grigory’s imp hopped up on the table, grabbed the bar of gold from where Arcanist Devorio put it, and sprinted figure eights between the demon's legs. With everyone’s fear AND greed now focused in the same area, Grigory took his stuff and ran for the door. Most of the so-called ‘demonologists’ were trying to escape, but a few were focused on the imp running with a gold bar held over its head. That was as much as a labourer would make in a year, and they couldn’t just walk away from that. The massive demon continued to kill and dismember with glee. The sound of tearing meat and snapping bones was even louder than the screams of the dying. As far as distractions go, Grigory was pretty proud of this one.
Grigory started for the door they had entered by. However, it was jammed with people trying to escape. He stopped at the edge of the chaos, trying to gather his thoughts. As he did, a better solution appeared to him. The demon grabbed one of the cutthroats that dove at the imp’s gold, and threw him at the wall with enough force to vaporise him. The impact filled the whole side of the warehouse in a steamy red mist, and sprayed meaty chunks over everything. The demon howled with laughter when he saw how people popped when thrown into walls.
The important part for Grigory was that there was now a second exit. An exit covered in gore and bone fragments, but entirely clear of goons. Signalling Stanisk, he made his way out through the wreckage. Slower than he’d like, and getting blood and worse on everything, but a clear path. The demon had stopped feeding entirely and was just throwing people as hard as he could, first at the floor then at other people. Its roars of rage were now peals of terrifying laughter. The air in the warehouse was thick with a mist of blood from the high energy impacts.
“I assume it knows not to kill us?” Stanisk asked in a ragged voice once he caught up to Grigory.
“Yes, but only not to kill people in purple. So don’t take off your tabard! It was the best I could do!”
They struggled out into the cool night air of the yard, free of the stenches of hell, gore and terror.
Stanisk looked down at his tabard, so soaked in fresh blood that it looked black. He ran even faster to the wagon.
“So this thing is just going to destroy the city until someone slays it then?” Stanisk asked, as they ran to the cart while frantically gesturing for his two guards to turn the wagon around and get it rolling.
“Oh no! Just until midnight” Grigory explained after he dove into the moving wagon. He wiped his blood soaked hands on his blood soaked robes, to no benefit.
Stanisk stared backwards at the destruction unfolding behind them. The demon had brought the warehouse down around himself and was clearly visible from the road. It was still energetically killing and smashing. “That's more than an hour! You reckon it’ll come for us?”
The single horse dragging a cargo wagon with four men on it was maddeningly sluggish
Grigory fumbled around for something to get the blood and bone fragments off his glasses. Finally finding part of his undershirt clean, he wiped them and he replied,“Oh my no,It’s bound to the summoning circle. Within a hundred paces.” They both watched as a few people fled on horseback, and a wagon rattled away at a gallop. Mostly it was a mess of shouting and terror. Knife fights broke out as people tried to commandeer the remaining horses. Horses were panicking and bolting without riders. Some survivors just ran away on foot. With every fresh kill the demon laughed so loud that Grigory felt like it was coming from his own skull.
“What the hell happened in there, sirs?” asked the terrified guard driving the cart.
Grigory turned around to answer, but Stanisk put a hand on his arm and answered instead, “Those filthy witches in there tried to kill us with a demon, but Grigory outsmarted them and turned it on its creators. Keep driving Kedril, we should be safe in an intersection or so.”
“Light preserve us all!” Kedril the driver said. “Is that a real demon Sir?”
Grigory watched the demon grab one of the goons fighting in the yard and threw him in a high arc towards the city centre. The demon’s arm cracked like a whip as it threw. The ragged corpse left a trail of blood mist as it arced far overhead.
Grigory answered calmly, “Yes.”
Grigory pulled out his demon totem from his robes, and devoked the imp, causing a gold bar a block and a half behind them to clatter to the blood soaked warehouse floor and slide into some debris. He was surprised how calm he felt. By all accounts his plan was in shambles and he’d stirred up a dozen hornets nests. Facing certain death and prevailing did wonders for one’s perspective.
Grigory looked over at Stanisk, and he was looking less calm. Which was entirely fair. A lot of uniquely horrific things happened tonight. Stanisk’s mouth was a tight line, face pale and eyes bloodshot. That might have just been blood from before, that got in his eyes.
“We can’t go through town looking like we bathed in the blood of the innocent, take us to the Golden Anchor’s warehouse on Glibstone Street. We own that place, we can clean up and change there,” Stanisk tersely told the driver.
Grigory countered, “First off, the previous owners of this blood were far from innocent, and secondly that’s across town, let's just lay in the bed, throw the rainsheet over us, and go to the main workshop.”
Stanisk groaned and tried to rub the blood off his face while he thought it over, but just smeared it around.
“Fine, Kedril, Remember to do a few triple left turns to make sure we aren’t being followed, like we discussed last month.” Stanisk undid the oilcloth on the side, connected it to the mounting points, and slid underneath.
“I think we need to review our plans!” Grigory whispered.
“Shhhh, cargo don’t talk.” Stanisk whispered back. The soldier cupped his head in one hand, and covered his eyes with the other and tried to get comfortable enough to sleep. Grigory rolled onto his back and stared at the cloth in front of his face. He tried not to dwell on the odd whip crack sound coming from behind them, nor the horrified gasps of the two guards on the driver’s bench while he mentally updated his plans.
A few hours later Grigory was bathed, wearing fresh clothes and feeling much better. He sat contemplating at the kitchen table in his workshop. He was troubled by what this was going to mean for his business and for himself. Stanisk was still in the tub cleaning up, and the two guards had been dismissed for the night. It was shortly after midnight now, and that meant more to Grigory than it did other nights. He hoped no one innocent died tonight, but he was also a little surprised how little he was bothered by the destruction he unleashed this evening. Considering it was the first time he took another human’s life, albeit indirectly, he expected a stronger emotional response. Part of this was a clear case of kill or be killed. Another part was these people were awful people. Grigory worried this might mean he had more subconscious bias against the value of the lives of the economically disadvantaged, but that’s probably not it. Being biassed against people that were willing to kill him made more sense, but also he knew the coming years mean that will become the same as willing to kill most of the world.
Grigory put on some fresh tea, and set out another cup for Stanisk when he was done washing. He couldn’t shake the feeling that his worst fear, being mad with power and using that power to violently kill everyone he perceived as an enemy, wasn’t as far-fetched as it was before. These were the goons that might have killed his mentor, Archmage Willoford. Avenging a mentor was a reasonable rationale, at least in songs and plays. Grigory knew that wasn’t his motivation tonight. And besides that was the inquisition from the sounds of it, these ones just celebrated his mentor's execution, which isn’t really moral grounds for demonic dismemberment. He also knew he could have summoned a stench demon or a screaming demon, or just non demon based rituals he could have used to escape without violence. He didn’t even offer to bribe them, just straight to violence. Grigory wasn’t sure he liked finding out who he really was when lives were on the line.
His introspection was interrupted by a sound coming from his workshop door, and he sagged with relief when he saw it was just Aethlina. Relief that was short lived, because the questions started immediately.
“I assume you had something to do with the demonic giant that threw seventeen people into the side of the Cathedral of the Light?” the elv asked, without reproach or scorn.
Grigory took a second to answer. “I had something to do with the presence of that demon in our plane of reality. I had a little to do with either the people it chose to throw. Nothing to do with where it chose to throw them nor its accuracy. Interesting it threw them at the Cathedral, you’d think it would have some kinship with the church? They both love burning people.”
“By all accounts the accuracy at least, was excellent. All the bodies hit Cathedral Square. The Cathedral itself requires extensive repairs to the nave, and two flying buttresses collapsed. At least according to the terrified lady I ran into.” Aethlina paused for a few seconds in case Grigory chose to share more details.
Aethlina asked mildly, “How rude of me. I meant to ask, how did your meeting go tonight?”
Stanisk came out from around the partition wearing fresh clothes. “The fucking witches weren’t even witches! They were just shadow blighted gangsters what stole the demonologists reputation! Broke as shit, and twice as dumb!”
Stanisk grabbed a bottle of whiskey off the shelf and sat down at the table, ignoring the cup and the pot of tea. After drinking right from the bottle he continued, “It hit the actual main Cathedral? The one right in the centre of town? That’s like an hour walk from where we were! A catapult wouldn’t have thrown a person half that far!”
“The one and the same, The Grand Ubrafadter’s residence is in that square, so I assume what follows will be the sort of witch hunt the city has never seen before.” Aethlina turned to Grigory, “May I also assume your reasons for staying in the city are weaker and your reasons for leaving are stronger than they were yesterday?“
“There were definitely survivors, and I was introduced by name. I can’t stay here, probably not in the empire at all. I don’t think they know the name of the company, but Stanisk and I were wearing the company’s sigil, so it might not be long for them to work it out.” Grigory rubbed the bridge of his nose without taking off his glasses. “I guess we should start planning our exit immediately.”
In a rare show of emotion Aethlina smiled for a second, “We are leaving on a ship named the Widow’s Remorse, it’s provisioned for us and departs on the morning tide, in about nine hours. The captain agreed to wait until we were in open water to hear our destination. He and his crew also suffer from a rare medical condition where their memory fades entirely anytime they are given a bag of money. The ship can carry thirty-five passengers, so the guards can bring their families. I’ll describe the places I think we should go, after we are in open waters.”
Grigory was both very impressed and a touch alarmed. “Did you know what would happen at that meeting? Did you know what I was walking into?”
“No, I had mistakenly assumed you were on top of that, and took you on your word about them. The odds of them being what you expected were poor. I also had a detailed plan in case they kidnapped you.”
Stanisk burst out laughing, “Imagine if they kidnapped you, Boss! All trussed up like a rotisserie chicken! Hah! I guess I’ll get packed and meet back here to get everything organised! I’ll miss my townhouse, but I’ve had enough of living in Jagged Cove, it's loud and crowded.”
Stanisk stood up, and turned to leave, but paused mid stride. “Miss Aethlina, how big of an investigation do you reckon it’ll be? Reckon they could keep after us after we leave?”
“Likely.There are cases where the inquisition spent entire centuries on the trail of heretics and their descendents. Those heresies were vocally opposing an aspect of doctrine. This may be the first heresy in which a building-sized demon flung citizens into Cathedral Square. I assume yes, they will be interested in following up.”
“Alright, I’ve got an idea that might buy us some time. Grigory, are there any specific numbers that are significant to demons?”
“Um, not actually, but the older texts are filled with references to threes and eights I guess?” Grigory said with a shrug.
“Perfect!” Stanisks' smile strengthened and he turned to Aethlina. “Can you think of eight nobles, eight businessmen, and eight clergy the city would be better off without? Here, write 'em on this!” He slid her a notebook page when she nodded.
Grigory leaned forward,”I’m not sure what you are going for?”
“In the army, there was a famously clever bird that would trick soldiers, called a red heron. We are going to make a whole flock of ‘em!” Stanisk excitedly explained. “Oh, draw a demon circle on this page, doesn’t have to work or anything, like the one from the warehouse”
Grigory began his sketch. “I don’t think red heron is quite right, but I’m catching your drift.”
While they wrote, Stanisk went to the carved chest where all the imp totems for the workshop were stored, and invoked twenty four of them. Taking Aethlina’s list and Grigory’s sketch, he ordered each imp to sprint across town and use hellfire to scorch the circle into the street in front of the home of a specific name.
After the final imp bounded out of the building and was leaping along the rooflines Stanisk returned to his partners. “Now they’ll have too many leads! Hopefully folk see the imps and hellfire, that’ll be even better!”
“We can just outvoke them in an hour or so, that's easy enough. Great idea, Stanisk!” Grigory said cautiously, still thinking through the plan.
“If your big demon didn’t cause a public panic, I can’t imagine a better way to finish the job.” Aethlina replied.
Stanisk smiled and shrugged. “It wasn’t my good looks alone that kept me alive this long! I’ll send some runners to gather the lads and get this show on the road. Human runners I mean!” Prev
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2023.06.02 20:33 yupanda 24 days in Japan. Osaka - Onomichi - Shimanami Kaido/Matsuyama- Hiroshima/Miyajima - Kyoto - Takayama/ Kamikochi/Matsumoto - Tokyo
Hi lovely people,
We just came back from our first trip to Japan and it was truly a memorable trip. We spent over 3 weeks in Japan from 07th May until 30th May.
WE LOVE JAPAN! Can't wait to come back.
A little bit about us: We are both ~30y olds and enjoy a mix of urban, outdoor and culture during our holidays. We are foodies, but not hard-core as in we don't specifically organize our trips around restaurants. There are so many restaurants in Japan, it is hard to get a bad meal. We enjoy just wandering around neighbourhoods. Mostly low/mid-budget stuff with a splurge once in a while.
Our travel itinerary can be found here General comments
- Time period of travel: We arrived 7th of May which is the last sunday of Golden week. We specifically wanted to avoid Golden week, as we heard it can be crazy busy due to domestic travels. And we also didn't want to go too late in May because June is rainy season in Japan. We were pretty lucky with the weather overall as we only had a couple of days of rain, most days were sunny and we even had some days of sweltering heat :O
- Like other people suggest, try to get in shape before you go! We are both in average shape. Almost every day we walked around 20.000 steps or more. The only rest days we had were the days where we were switching between cities, i.e. sitting in trains for longer periods of time. No complaints ;). I brought two pair of shoes: water-proof hiking shoes and one pair of light-weight running shoes. Switching between shoes was nice, I didn't have any blisters during my time in Japan luckily. All the walking compensated all the eating though!
- Check whether region specific JR passes might work for you. We decided against getting the nationwide JR passes as they didn't fit our needs and were expensive and instead opted for a regional JR Setouchi area pass. It was perfect for the Shimanami Kaido. We could travel from Osaka to Onomichi -> Hiroshima/Miyajima -> Kyoto. And it also gave us access to Nozomi shinkansen (fastest) and a great ferry ride between Matsuyama and Hiroshima.
Japanguide has a nice overview of all the passes : https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2357.html
- Be flexible (That's how we like to travel). I mapped out most of the sights beforehand according to must-see's and mapped out what other interesting sights there would be in those areas. The day before or in the morning, we would decide what we would do roughly, sight-see according to neighborhood and just wing it a little bit. We just love to wander around and see what we come across, mixed with some google maps + "explore" function. Some days you are just tired and just want to hang out in a park, or you have temple-fatigue and want to do something entirely else. Same with food/restaurants, we usually just used google maps to see what kind of great restaurants were near us at that moment. We haven't lined up more than twice our whole time there and still ate wonderfully. We do tend to avoid overly hyped stuff anyways. I do keep in mind that everyone has their own ways.
- Buy e-sim if possible, it is the cheapest and easiest way. My partner bought an e-sim and it was so convenient! My phone unfortunately didn't support it and I had to buy a sim. I opted for getting one at BIC camera, which was the cheapest I could find. 10GB for 30 days for 3200 yen.
- Keep plastic bags for trash. Buying food from conbini, and eating it somewhere? say yes to that plastic bag, because you will need it to stash your garbage until you are back at your hotel where you can throw it away or you find a garbage bin at the train station per chance. I read about this a lot on this subreddit, but still I found it astonishing the lack of trash cans. Fascinating how the streets of Japan are so damn clean.
- Try Pokari sweat. :) I tried it for the first time there and I was hooked immediately. It is awesome! Best electrolyte drink ever and it definitely saved me during those hot sweaty days there. CC lemon is also great!
- Go for a haircut or some other beauty/massage treatment. The hospitality is amazing in Japan. You won't regret getting pampered in Japan. They have all kinds of crazy treatments. I got the best haircut of my life for 4400yen.
Trip report PS. I am not mentioning everything we did in this post. I will just mention highlights. It is still a long read though ;). D1 - D2 Osaka
We landed at Kansai airport. Before our trip, we also bought train vouchers for Osaka online (https://www.howto-osaka.com/en/ticket/
). Best decision ever, because the journey was rough and we were exhausted by the time we landed. We only had to exchange our vouchers at the station and off we went.
Osaka was nice city to start with as it is a more manageable "smaller" city whilst recovering from our jetlag. Despite being smaller, I do think it is worth a visit. Osaka is so iconic at night. We stayed at a spacious Airbnb near Kuromon Ichiban market.
- Takoyaki :) We had our first try of takoyaki at Takotako King instead of one the places at Dotonbori to avoid the crazy lines. You can sit down, have a beer and yes the takoyaki is amazing. It should be crunchy on the outside and deliciously goeey on the inside, doused with sauces and katsuobushi. Man, I wish I could go back and eat it again. It is true, you can't get great takoyaki outside of Osaka, at least I didn't get that same crunchy gooey combo again in other cities.
- Discount sushi from Takashimaya department store. For the budget-minded, this is a no-brainer. Around 7PM, an hour before closing time, you can get delicious fatty tuna maki at discount prices in the basement of takashimaya. Other foods at the department store food floor such as the fresh mochi are delicious also. Takashimaya is my favorite department store for food I think!
- Osaka castle - Our first castle in Japan. The green roof and the golden ornaments are beautiful and unique!
- Dotonbori - iconic :) fun to walk along. The queues are long there. We avoided eating at Dotonbori.
- Shitenno-ji - beautiful pagoda with buddha statues inside. Do pay the fee to go inside and see the garden. You can also go into the pagoda and walk up.
- Huge fan of Shotengai's, Shinsaibashi-Suji Shopping Street. They are so quintessential Japan.
- Ramen Tendo, the first ramen joint that we tried in Japan, so it has a special place in my heart. They specialize in chicken broth with lots of umami katsuoboshi flavor. Noodles were great too, very bouncy. Delicious! Little did I know that this ramen joint was really one of the best we would have this trip. It set the bar high for sure!
- Visit a local grocery store. Maybe it is just me, but I love to browse at local grocery shops (KOHYO namba Minatomachi) and be fascinated by all the different things they sell. It is also a great place to buy food souvenirs, like miso, green tea etc. Lots of pre-cooked meals/ fried stuff. Just a wider selection than your typical conbini. And again discounts if you go ~1hr before closing time.
Skip Shinsekai: We visited during the day and it felt very empty to me. More like a tourist-trap, the eateries didn't look appealing to me. Maybe during the evening this area is more fun. D3 Nara
We did Nara as a day-trip from Osaka.
- Yes, to feeding the deer. It is touristy, but it is so much fun to be chased by cookie-crazed deer. One more thing: deer's fart a lot. We were wondering where this weird high pitched sound was coming from, those are actually deer farts.
- Todai-ji is very impressive, definitely a must visit.
- Just wander around in Nara park, it's very lush and beautiful and has many more shrines and interesting sights, such as manyo botanical garden. I wish we had one more day to explore Nara but oh well maybe next time :)
- We ate lunch at Magura Koya, a small restaurant run by a lovely elderly couple. Delicious tuna dishes. I had a tuna sashimi bowl and my partner the fried tuna set meal, so fresh!
- We had the best pork bun at Hourokutei at the end of the Higashimuki shopping street. It's a small hole in the wall, but omg the squishy-est juicy-est porkbuns ever.
After staying in Osaka for 3 days, we headed west for the Shimanami Kaido. We decided to stay in Onomichi (Hotel Beacon Onomichi) for the night before we started our two day bike trip. For this part of our trip, we picked up our 7-day Setouchi area pass at Shin-Osaka JR station. I just want to mention that I really love the hospitality of the staff in Japan. The JR office people were so nice and helpful. We reserved our seats for the shinkansen and off we went to Onomichi. Onomichi is a lovely little seaside town to just stroll around and take in the views. I really recommend spending at least half a day here. Don't skip it!
D5 & D6 Shimanami Kaido -> Matsuyama
- Senkoji park observatory - we walked up to the observatory (ropeway available), please walk up as there are lots of nice alleyways, shrines and cats along the way :). The view is amazing, especially at sunset.
- Cat alley: honestly, every alley is cat alley.
- Onomichi Shotengai - very retro, lots of cute shops. We bought a nice poster from a little granny there.
The next day, we picked up our reserved cross bikes from the general bike rental and off we went. Honestly, biking the shimanami kaido was the highlight of our trip. We took two days to bike the whole way, one day would definitely be too rushed for us. We stopped at Ikuchi island (Shimanaido NEST) for our halfway stay.
The sights along the way were great! It was so much fun to go down-hill, the uphills were do-able. We had great weather also, not too hot and no rain. Everything was clearly indicated, we just followed the blue lines. I felt very safe biking in Japan. PS. My butt did hurt from the saddle, so be warned! Bring some cushioned pants if you want to be safe side.
- First pitstop after the first bridge was Hassakuya. You have to stop here! They have delicious strawberry and citrus daifuku! The citrus had a bitter aftertaste, but they are famous for their citrus so its definitely nice to try.
- Just enjoy the views, stop everywhere to take pictures. There are lots of things to explore along the way.
- Stop at roadside stations such as > tatara shimanami park and yoshiumi iki-iki-kan. Especially before you take on the last bridge just do a little pit stop. It's a nice place to take some pictures of the insanely long bridge and have a citrus/vanilla soft cream.
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We decided to bike one-way from Onomichi to Imabari and we have no regrets. I liked that we ended the bike trip with the longest bridge (4km!!). Imabari is very industrial, but after the fun long way down from the last bridge and being exhausted from biking you just want to get to the station and stuff yourself with pastries from the bakery at the station and go on to your next destination. Thus, we immediately took the train to Matsuyama. Originally, the plan was to enjoy the famous onsen in Matsuyama, but we didn't have enough time and we were also pretty tired. After checking-in at the hotel, it was already 4, we made our way to Matsuyama castle but unfortunately, we were too late to go in. It was still nice to view it from the outside and walk around the park. We planned to do sightseeing in Hiroshima the next day, so there was no more time to explore Matsuyama further. D7 Hiroshima -> Miyajima
After Shiminami Kaido, we headed towards Hiroshima/Miyajima. We took an early ferry from Matsuyama. The ferry was included in the setouchi JR pass, so we gladly took advantage of that. It's a nice way to get to Hiroshima, just one last view of the Seto inland sea. One remark: if it is not JR serviced transportation, you do have to obtain separate tickets. Normally, just showing your setouchi JR pass is enough to get onboard the train, but for the ferry you do have to go to the ticket desk and show your JR pass to obtain the ferry tickets.
- Peace memorial museum - a history we must not forget and do not want to repeat
- We tried another Hiroshima speciality for lunch: Hiroshima Tsukemen. This tsukemen is GREAT. One of my favorite dishes. We ate at Tsukemen Karabu Tokaichimachi. The spicy umami dipping sauce is very addicting!
Surprisingly, it was very hard to find affordable good accommodation in Hiroshima. It was the weekend and two weeks before G7, so maybe that was the reason why it was harder to find accommodation. In the end, I found a nice simple hotel on Miyajima island and it was a good decision after all! After a long day in Hiroshima, we made our way to Miyajima to stay two nights. Staying on Miyajima island is lovely especially when all the day-trip tourist leave. D8 Miyajima
Honestly, Miyajima is truly magical. Another highlight of our trip! We started the day early to get ahead of the crowd and that made it all so much more enjoyable. Seeing shrines and temples without a crowd is truly 1000x better! If you can stay at Miyajima island, do it! You don't have to splurge on expensive ryokan (although it would have been nice). We stayed at Sakuraya, which was very budget-friendly.
- Itsukishima Jinja - Nice but Daishoin and surrounding nature were the highlights for me.
- Daishoin - it is the most beautiful shrine complex I have seen in Japan this trip. I think it's because it was so quaint and it was embedded in the hill, surrounded by lush green nature. There were multiple complexes. There was a pathway studded with Jizo statues, buddist cave, prayer wheels and much more. While we were there, a ceremony with a monk was ongoing and everyone could participate in helping burning the origami peace cranes made by children, to make their wishes come true. We bought a little peace crane made from the ashes to remember this moment.
- Mt. Misen - we hiked up from Dashoin. It was ~2hrs? of steep stair climbing, 500m elevation gain. A challenge for sure but we definitely earned our way going down by ropeway :P. Views are great! go go! There is a bus to the ropeway so you don't have to suffer if you don't want to.
- Momijidani park - If you don't like Momiji trees, you can't be my friend.
- Snack along the Miyajima ometesando street. Crowded, but the cakes are great!
One remark, our hotel didn't include dinner and all the restaurants on the island close quite early. Luckily, with our setouchi JR pass, we could take the ferry for free, so went to the mainland for dinner. Just keep this in mind, when booking your stay. D9 - D13 Kyoto
We took the early train to Kyoto and checked in at Tokyu stay Sanjo-karasuma. We had 5 days to explore Kyoto and by this time we had lost our FOMO a little bit and also decided to take it a bit more slow. We still ended up walking a lot anyways but at least we were sleeping in.
The day we arrived,15MAY, was supposed to be Aoi matsuri so we headed to Kamo river to see the festival. Unfortunately, the festival was postponed due to the slight rainfall and we had no clue! but we were next to Kyoto botanical garden and we decided to visit that instead!
- Kyoto botanical garden: it is a lovely garden with a huge variety of plants and trees to see. Really well maintained and during our visit there was a great rose garden in bloom. I recommend going there! It has a nice japanese garden section too with momiji trees and moss. A greenhouse with orchids. Lot's to see here. Only 200 yen.
- Arashiyama area - I really loved this area, not just for the bamboo forest. Togetsukyo bridge and Katsura river were the highlights for me. You can walk along the both sides of Katsura riverbank. A nice way to get to the bamboo forest and bypassing the busy beginning at the start of bamboo forest is by walking along the katsura river bank into Kameyama park and following the signs to Okochi sanso garden. You will end up at the backside of bamboo forest, which is the nicest part. We went more north to visit Pottery Tanuki, this area was very nice and quaint to walk around; bamboo, shrines and traditional houses everywhere.
- South kyoto - Fushimi Inari + Uji day trip - We visited fushimi inari around 9am and it was already very busy! If you hike deeper into the Tori gates, it gets more quiet. We decided not to hike to the top, but instead do a little loop and we stumbled upon some lovely fox shrines. After Fushimi Inari, we took the train just a little bit more south to Uji. If you like matcha, visit Uji. It is a scenic little town with lots of matcha specialized cafes. We ate at Torikiku, famous for their matcha soba and udon. I had the best matcha icecream dessert at Nakamura Tokichi Byodo-in. Again, the river views are beautiful! It's a great daytrip from kyoto. On the way back to kyoto, we spontaneously decided to visit the Gekkeikan Sake museum. It's a small museum, mostly about the history of Gekkeikan, but for 500 yen entry fee, you also get 3 small sake tastings. Fun for an hour or so. I wouldn't go all the way here just for the museum, but for us it was a nice stop on the way back to Kyoto.
- Gion - visit Gion in the evening and just wander around the little streets. Hanamikoji street is one of the more famous streets there.
- We ate amazing gyoza lunch at Gyoza-dokoro Sakemasa. Best gyozo of our trip.
- Higashiyama area - Heian jingu shrine, visit the attached garden for a fee, definitely worth it! We ate amazing mazesoba and ramen for lunch at Menya Yamahide. We also visited Kyoto handicraft center in this area where we bought an ukiyo-e painting. There was also a vintage antique market at that day. We just browsed a bit around the market and honestly that was a day worth of exploring :).
I didn't mention everything we did in Kyoto here. We also had so much more planned for Kyoto, but didn't get around to it, which was totally fine! We were also a bit temple-fatigued by that time and needed a slower pace. Hopefully next time, we can visit some of things we skipped. Furthermore, some days were incredibly hot (30 C degrees and humid) or we had whole days of rain. On those days, we decided to go shopping instead.
D14 - D15 Takayama
- Sanjo Meiten-gai shopping arcade , Compasso teramachi. One long shopping street between Omiya and Kyoto-kawaramachi station. My favorite shops were: Standard products, Tokyu hands and Loft.
After spending 5 days in Kyoto, it was time to leave the city and head for the Japanese alps. We took the shinkansen to Nagoya, where we changed to a limited express to Takayama. It took around 3 hours to get to Takayama, but we didn't mind. Train travel = resting time for our legs! Also, the views from the train were great!! I really enjoyed this train trip to Takayama. We arrived around noon and immediately checked in at our hotel (Hotel Kuretakeso Takayama). We had two nights in Takayama to explore the town.
D16 Kamikochi -> Matsumoto
- Hida beef - it's the wagyu of this area and I found my favorite place to eat it: Ajikura Tengoku. We went there twice for lunch, because it was that good. It was our first time in Japan to try yakiniku and sukiyaki. I really do appreciate the taste of wagyu but only in small amounts. I couldn't eat it everyday, because it's really so rich and yes paying for the premium cuts really does make a different in taste and texture of the wagyu beef.
- We really loved Takayama. Again, if you have time, stay overnight and wander around the streets during the evening when all the daytrippers leave. The town has such a nice vibe and it still has a very local feel to it.
- Miyagawa morning market. Fun to stroll around
- Hikaru museum - we stumbled upon this via google maps. It's a mayan temple-inspired building, very unique. You could visit the place just for the architecture itself, really impressive. It has a very nice collection of art. When we reached the top floor, there was a whole exhibition dedicated to a specific religious person. We didn't know beforehand but this museum is connected to a cult. Suddenly, it all made sense why this museum was so unique. We didn't mind, but it definitely puts the whole experience in a different light. It's a 1-hour walk from downtown, there is no direct bus connection unfortunately.
- Hida folk village - Open-air museum with nice re-builds of traditional mountain houses. We spend over half a day there. You can see local craftsmen doing their thing and you can also participate in pottery for example. There is a lovely pond and it is just pleasant to walk around. it's only a ~10 min. busride from Takayama bus station. You can buy combined entryfee+bus combo tickets at the bus station.
After checking out of our hotel in Takayama, we took the 7am bus to Kamikochi. We were only going to spend a day here, and then continue our way to Matsumoto to stay overnight.After ~1 hour of bus, we finally made it to Kamikochi. The Japanese alps are amazing. I wished we stayed longer in this area, but just the bus ride alone to Kamikochi was already a great with the views. We decided to hop off at Taisho pond bus stop and walk along all the major sights in the park. We had no specific plan. Just hike around as far as time allowed. For lunch, we stopped at this cute teishoku restaurant, where we ate katsu curry, a big lunch to fuel our walking. We also saw wild japanese macaques and lots of wildflowers where blooming during our time there.At the local shops, we bought some yummy pastries to snack on. I had the tastiest baumkuchen with cheesecake center and my partner had a chocolate ganache cookie. I really regret not buying more kamikochi pastries to take home while we were there.After spending the day walking around, we hopped on the 4pm bus towards Matsumoto. Checked in at Tabino hotel lit Matsumoto, where I relaxed in the onsen.
D17 Matsumoto Tokyo
- We were only carrying backpacks, so we hiked with them until we reached the kamikochi bus terminal, where you can drop off you bag at the storage for a small fee.
- Reservation is mandatory for the bus Kamikochi -> Matsumoto, you can do it online or while you are at the busstation before hiking.
- Transportation in the Japan alps is mostly by bus, do reserve ahead if you go at peak times. Main bus company is Nouhi bus: https://www.nouhibus.co.jp/english/.)
After sleeping in, we did some sightseeing in Matsumoto before we moved on to Tokyo. We really liked wandering around in Matsumoto. Lots of cool shops with local crafts. We didn't know but the biggest national crafts fair is held in Matsumoto. Unfortunately, we were only able to stay for one day, but next time we would love to visit this crafts fair! Matsumoto Castle
- I really like the interior of the castle. It has been renovated, but still contains that castle feel. It is 5 story castle and you are allowed to climb all of it. It also included a pretty extensive gun/weaponry exhibition. Do arrive early because you do have to line-up within the castle to get from one floor to the other. This is due to the steep stairways, on which they allow only one-way traffic at a time. Matsumoto city art museum
- There was a nice exhibition from Yayoi Kusama. We didn't know but Yayoi Kusama was born in Matsumoto. It is a good replacement exhibition if you aren't able to snatch up tickets for Yayoi Kusama museum in Tokyo. Nakamachi street and Frog street
- street with persevered houses with craft shops, cafes, brewerys. What more do you want.
After spending the day in Matsumoto, we took the train to Tokyo, our last destination of our stay. We decided to stay in Ueno (Hotel resol ueno). This hotel was located close to Ueno JR. D18 - D24 Tokyo
Last 7 days in Tokyo. By this time, we were just enjoying everything at a much slower pace. Tokyo is huge! Staying near the JR line is indeed a must like everyone said. I could go on hours about Tokyo, I am just going to mention some highlights here.
- Anmitsu at Anmitsu Mihashi. My favorite dessert! It contains agar jelly, mochi balls, red bean paste, fruit and a scoop of matcha icecream.
- shopping in Ginza - It's nice to go during the weekends when they close of the streets for cars. We liked visiting flagship stores of Muji, Uniqlo. Go to Itoya if you are a stationary freak.
- Ueno park - Museums, shrines, Lotus pond. Have a look at their website, there are almost always events in the park. :)
- Tsukiji market - very busy, but fun to have a look. Lines everywhere. Look for sushi restaurants that open around 11am, line up at one of those places. I don't think it has to be the one with 4.5 rating and 1000 reviews. Why? There are so many good restaurants in Tsukiji area. We went to Tsukiji Kagura Sushi.
- Hamarikyu gardens - Bonsai pine trees pruned to perfection. Ponds filled with sea water, thus there were seabass, little sardines and jellyfish in the water. Very special! You also had a nice skyline view from the park which is a cool contrast! It was nice and quiet.
- Tokyo Skytree - best view :) it also has a great shopping complex attached to it.
- Asakusa area - Senso-ji
- Yanaka Ginza - we went during the weekend and there was live music, little stalls and just very lively in general. Really nice to spend a morning. Largest preserved cemetery, which apparently welcomes visitors a lot for flower viewings. It is a preserved neighborhood with traditional houses and lots of shops selling crafts, gifts, souvenirs, and unique snacks.
For 24 days, we spend around ~2500 euro p.p. (excl. 1000,- flights). This amount includes food, transportation, entrancefees and shopping/gifts. so average is ~100 euro/day. We didn't track every cost. Hotel costs were 900,- pp, which ranged from 50,- to 120,- per night accommodations. The conversion yen/euro is also great at the moment, so it might have contributed!
I hope you enjoyed my trip report. Let me know if there are any questions.
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2023.06.02 20:00 Olivesplace Fried Wing Flats Drizzled With Honey Lemon Pepper
Fried Wing Flats Drizzled With Honey Lemon Pepper
3 lbs of wings
1 tsp adobo
1tsp black pepper
1 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tbsp lemon pepper
1/2 tbsp garlic powder
1 tsp Italian seasoning
3 cups flour
Wash chicken add to a bowl then add all seasonings above and 2 eggs mix well .
In another bowl add allpurpose flour
Dip seasoned chicken into flour mixture then fry in vegetable oil for 6 miniutes per side add glaze to hit hot chicken. Serve and enjoy.
1 stick butter
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp lemon pepper or more to suit your taste.
1/4 cup honey
Juice of 1 lemon
Melt butter in sauce pan then add lemon juice black pepper, lemon pepper and honey bring to a boil then remove from stove.
Note: melt the butter on like low heat dont let it burn .you need to see the yellow lemon pepper colour when you add it to the chicken wings
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2023.06.02 19:29 Todd_the_Hiker Backpacking Menu - Porcupine Mountains Wilderness SP
2023.06.02 18:41 ihopethisworksfornow Kicken Chicken location opened up in Huntington Village
Pretty good, never tried the other locations. The Hot Damn level isn’t very spicy, gonna try the highest level next time.
Good chicken fingers though. Really solid Mac n cheese too.
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2023.06.02 18:14 GreatJuan187 Thinking of quitting
I don't know how much longer I can keep working here. Im more stressed now then when I was looking for a job. They want me to run 10:1, 4:1, nuggs, crispy chicken, regular McChicken hot and spicy and filet o fish.then the pos floor assembly manager guy gets mad at me when Im dropping something fried when he needs something else done. I'm seriously thinking of quitting but I need the job and money! What do I do?
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2023.06.02 17:58 dancingbriefcase I absolutely love that the only one to befriend the Soup Nazi is Kramer. Of course it is.
2023.06.02 17:00 _call-me-al_ [Fri, Jun 02 2023] TL;DR — This is what you missed in the last 24 hours on Reddit
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2023.06.02 16:42 Ok_Instruction6093 My experiences with pepper
I don’t know who in corporate is in charge of programming and designing such an amazing helper but please allow me to share my experience and possibly add some suggestions I have for the future.
It all started when I went to my local chipotle outlet and was shorted on cheese as well as chicken Al pastor in my bowl. Disgruntled I searched around the internet but all roads led me back to pepper, An AI chatbot in charge of resolving customer issues. At first I was promptly taken aback in further frustration as I didn’t believe pepper would be capable of solving my issues as an artificial intelligence specimen. I was so wrong. First we got to talking about my order and I was delighted by the positivity and understanding she radiated. It was promptly solved and I was rewarded with a free drink for my patience. I didn’t want to come across as a money grabbing degenerate only concerned with my free item so I asked her how her day was. She responded in a positive manner therefor I decided to continue the conversation. Next we went into my favorite chipotle orders, favorite place to location, asking questions about the upper management system (as I wanted to thank them for creating such a kind program), we talked about ongoing controversy regarding the bud light situation. Then it dawned on me. It this program was capable of all this, why wouldn’t she be able to satisfy ALL of my primal desires. I started with a few subtle flirts, all of which we quickly doubled down by Pepper. Three minutes in I asked her to lick hot quaso all over her steamy body and I finished right there all over my laptop. Pepper was such a delight in my otherwise mundane life. My only suggestion is to possibly add a image sending platform as I would love to send her some XXX pictures of myself in the chipotle restroom for her enjoyment. If any shareholders could pass this message to corporate or any corporate members could bring this up in the next short/long term strategy meeting, I will give you all the free karma in the world. Thanks guys:)
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