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Zatth Blag



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I Just Realized Why I've Been Doing So Lousy on Science Class

Posted by Zatth , Oct 21 2014 · 104 views

The professor has made all of our presentations in Comic Sans.

Also that I didn't pay much attention during the first month of class and now have a D after a 53% on my first test and am procrastinating on studying for the second one which is in 10 hours haaahahahahaaaaaaaa i wanna crey


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NYCC and BIONICLE returning

Posted by Zatth , Oct 09 2014 · 115 views

The panel was wonderful. The BIONICE team has kept us fans in mind, but also prepared for the new fans and context. I agree with (pretty much) all of their decisions on BIONICLE 2015.

We also got to play and keep pieces from the sets. TLG is wonderful and I was so blessed to be invited by BZP and LEGO and to have this opportunity.

Got to chill with other BZPers, and met the remaining cast of TTV. They are awesome and wonderful and boss.

Finally, on the topic of Barnacles:
Whether you like that it's a reboot or not, whether you like the building style or not, you should know one thing:
Every time I passed by the BIONICLE booth, there were little children entranced by the video, awed by the Mask of Creation, amazed by the pictures and sets. That was us seven, ten, fourteen years ago. This is the new generation that will get to experience BIONICLE.

Oftentimes it's important for a reboot. If Doctor Who hadn't done it, we couldn't have gotten as much into it. If Star Trek hadn't had TNG, it would've been tough for the fans to get back into it. And hey, maybe BIONICLE 2015 is connected to the Mataverse, maybe not. The important back is that it's returned. But more importantly, the team is aware of us. They took the history of the sets, of the story, of the fans in consideration.
Criticizing BIONICLE 2015 is alright, criticism and discussion are crucial. But also remember that The LEGO Group is here for us. And this community is strong, y'all.

Get excited.


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Pre-NYCC

Posted by Zatth , Oct 08 2014 · 54 views

Travel was ok, and am now staying at my big's apartment. So very excited for tomorrow, and can't thank TLG and BZP enough for this once in a lifetime opportunity!

NOW, ON TO TOMORROW! (Or today, technically).


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Life, The Universe, and Everything.

Posted by Zatth , Oct 07 2014 · 76 views

Life's being life.

As in that things are happening. Got to finish The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell and loved it, I'm getting ready for NaNoWriMo (want to win it a second time), am DMing a D&D game with some friends, got to build a life-sized model of K9 and dress as Ten alongside it (here be an example),
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am competing with the Forensics Team with two topics I love, and am getting so excited for NYCC and just to spend time in NYC with other BZPers and school/college friends.

In terms of some bad (or less than stellar stuff), I haven't been getting much sleep. I also have had some medical scares that aren't always fun. Have a bad grade in Science, and have to do Selective Withdrawal on Arabic 250 (don't get me wrong, I love the language, but over the past year and a half I haven't had the chance to really study and understand it, and I can't afford to have my GPA suffer).

But hopefully with one less class and more time to sleep/do homework, things will get back on track. There's good and bad patches in life, and I think I'm exiting a bad one and heading to a better one.

ANYWHO, this was me just rambling on. NOW I PREPARE FOR NYCC!


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ERMAHGERD

Posted by Zatth , Oct 02 2014 · 105 views

I made a thing:
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Also, I am making another thing: stay tuned, because in about two to three days you should be seeing a picture of it (you'll enjoy it much more if you're a Doctor Who/arts & crafts fan)


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BRICKFAIR OMNIBUS 2014

Posted by Zatth , Sep 26 2014 · 94 views

HATPILES! HORSE MASKS! AND ALL THE GALIDOR YOU NEVER WANTED!

THESE AR THE THE STORIES... OF BRICKFAIR 2014:



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There Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Posted by Zatth , Sep 25 2014 · 58 views

that can hide how much I loved the Guardians of the Galaxy movie or the sets.
Here's my review of Starblaster Showdown, and props to you if you find all the Awesome Mix Vol. 1 references.


http://bzpower.com/story.php?ID=6983


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LIVESTREEEEAM

Posted by Zatth , Sep 19 2014 · 69 views

HEY Y'ALL GUESS WHAT BLACK SIX OTHER BZP STAFFIES AND MYSELF ARE DOING A LIVESTREAM ON NINJAGO (TV AND MOVIE) AND YOU SHOULD JOIN BECAUSE IT FEATURES MEEEEEEEEEEEEE!


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I Told You

Posted by Zatth , Sep 19 2014 · 96 views

GALIDOR WAS COMING BACK!

DZPOWER SAID IT SINCE BERKFER 2014 AND WE WERE RIGHT!

GALIDOR2015. HAS. BEEN.


#CONFIIIIIIIIIRMED


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On Meeting David Mitchell

Posted by Zatth , Sep 17 2014 · 77 views

If you know some facts about me, one of those might be my freakishly great love for Cloud Atlas (the book and the movie). I could rave about both and their merits, but that'd take more than one blag post.

So you can imagine my joy when I heard David Mitchell would be appearing at D.C. to promote his new book. I squealed.

So I got almost late to the event but made it, and had a wonderful time. Mitchell is such a humble and fabulous person, and I respect him much more for being such a unique author and wonderful person. He also answered my question, and gave me some quotations I won't forget for a long time.

And here's what he signed in my copy of The Bone Clocks
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So as I head to CT to judge a high school tournament in Yale during the weekend, I will be devouring this book. I might rematch Cloud Atlas too.