I am sorry for what I said in the Lynian thread, Witherwolf. I know now that it was rude, even if it was unintended, and I revised the old statement. I know that some people don't like YouTube, but generally that's what people use nowadays, and I thought the Kitty user had missed or hadn't seen the green links. My bad entirely, and I will go and apologize on her wall.
Well here's the thing, depending on what you want out of a snake or lizard you want to get.
Chameleons and tree boas make for amazing display animals, but they don't take handling at all and are best left alone unless absolutely necessary.
Corn snakes and bearded dragons are fairly common place and are comparatively more drab looking but take being handled very well.
Iguanas and Monitors are rather intelligent and can be trained to do quite a bit, but they get flipping huge and require a lot of space and resources to care for.
Crocodiles and Alligators are signs of being an ultimate badass in the herping world and are majestic as fuck, but this is mostly because they can eat you without much trouble.
You see my point?
Now I can say that if you're just starting off, nothing beats a leopard gecko or fat tailed gecko for ease of care, however even with them, I strongly suggest that you do your research, look up care sheets for the specues you're buying, find books related to the subject and if you have the time, money, and inclination to go HARS CORE get a few books on vivariums and indoor gardening.
yep youre #3 also i was falttered you remember me a lot since i talk to lordofsnakes and thereptile king more often than i get to talk to you yet ulike the ones listed as #4 #5 you remember me all the time
Hmm. You know what a bunker buster does, right? It penetrates through dirt and concrete, then explodes?
Meet the 10,000 kg Grand Slam earthquake bomb. Dropped from over 3,000m up, it approached supersonic speed and could penetrate the ground around or near a target, then explode, creating massive craters or underground caverns.
Basically, drop a big fucking bomb on him, then trap him in the bomb crater. For fun, of course.
OHHHHH... you better tell Rep that the next time he drops in on any convo. He'll do that. Puurr-sonally. And me? Well... I haven't met the Mollusk King. Just the Polyp Queen, and she calls me a dear. LOL.
The order? I'll have a Large extra cheese pizza with tomatoes black olives and fetta chees. I'll need cheesy friens and cheesy garlic bread . To dink? Well a green and a blue monster energy dring and a 2 liter mountain dew! (Seriously though the oreder who are they)
sorry to hear about your beardie my baby boa died cause some idiot old lady freaked . I was five when i lost it but it was an awesome pet wvwn as a baby it could wrap round me once or twice hang off of one arm and greeet someone from the other arm
Well, this place ain't exactly a social media platform. I mean, you can have certain contacts to RP with, but it gets lost about there. Just drop an RP invite on someone's page, that's the equivalent of a friend request. People are more likely to invite you to RPs if you've been in a RP with them before.
Okay, so in Portal and Portal 2, you are in Aperture Science. Got that? Now, we dive deep into the canon.
In Half-Life 2: Episode 2, Dr Kleiner mentions "our associates at Aperture Science". This means that Aperture Science (and everything related to it) exists in the same universe as a Black Mesa (and everything related to it).
That game that you heard about, about the promised cake? That was Portal and Portal 2. The cake was used as incentive to make the player go through a series of cognitive and physical tests.
So, yeah. The universe that has Gravity Guns also has Portal Guns.