Brewer aims to get America all weepy again
For some lucky fans, their NFL teams were playing for real stakes during Week Playoff spots and home-field advantage occupied their thoughts while their teams occupied the field. For an even smaller sample size of fans, they were battling out for fantasy football glory and possibly a tidy sum of money.
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Cale'anon Vatay , or Cale to his friends, is an Elven hunter and central figure of the group. During their first encounter young Cale'anon tries to rescue Shora from a bandit gang. Eventually, Cale'anon got over it, and put his mind to setting out on an adventure to become the greatest hero history had ever known and help people in distress. He soon met the less than morally upstanding warlock Richard in a forest who introduced the young elf to evil deeds. Cale'anon disliked Richard's ways and decided to leave the warlock, but Richard casted a fire spell that turned the elf to ashes - and then collect the ashes in a small sack. And so, in a sack on a stick, Cale'anon was forced along with Richard to the dwarven town of Nestorep where they entered the local tavern. Here they found the priestess Benn'joon , while she was being assaulted by a group of bullies. She agreed to heal Cale'anon for the gold payment, but before she could get started she was interrupted by Temmet Aelloon to whom she owed money.
Before becoming an unlikely viral GIF art sensation, George Redhawk worked in various areas of medicine, instructing on subjects such as x-ray technology and, rather surprisingly, phlebotomy. As he tells The Creators Project, he had a fairly productive life doing that. Then, suddenly, Redhawk lost his sight, destroying his career and life in the process. Out of desperation, Redhawk began using his remaining sight to find everything beautiful that he could commit to memory — to, as it were, take it with him. This newfound appreciation of art led him to various artists online, and into the world of GIFs, particularly of the morphing variety. He thought that this format was a pretty accurate way of illustrating his sense of vision — a way of expressing it.