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2022.01.17 22:57 Annoying_panda17 NJ, DMV question
I have a Title with my fathers name on it this vehicle needs to be registered but he’s been unwell since the stroke, can my mother who is on the main car insurance policy holder take the title & paperwork in to register the car?
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2022.01.17 22:57 be_helpful_ Transmission breather vs vent
What's the difference? Can a transmission have bother a vent and breather tube?
Would fluid overfill pour out a breather like it would a vent tube?
Are there pros and cons to each?
This question can apply to also other gearbox's (differentials, transfer cases, manual transmissions, and etc if there is even an etc)
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2022.01.17 22:57 dndspeak [Dark, Gritty][Serious] 100 Banned and Evil Tomes
Welcome to an official [Lets Build]! This week, we are looking for:
Banned and Evil Tomes - A list of 100 of banned books that cause more harm than good.
|1||'The Writings Of Theon Ganderson' - A small black journal kept by a man who claimed to have spotted a 'thing' living under his farm house. This 'thing' turned out to be a small elder being that began eating Theon's livestock. The journal ends abruptly during a passage where Theon is describing hearing something underneath his floorboards.|
|2||'Dark Heart: The Lore of Life' - The ultimate tome to teaching budding necromancers their first incantations to bring the dead back to life. The book starts off small, such as bringing small rodents back to life, and ultimately works up to bringing back dead family members.|
|3||'Under The Silver Moon' - This book contains information on lycanthropy and the effects that it may bestow upon you. The author of this book makes lycanthropy sound like a REALLY good idea.|
|4||'Final Dawn' - A long-forgotten cult leader's teachings on beginning and maintaining your own cult. This book was actually written by an arch-devil who is using hidden tactics to get an unsuspecting reader to summon him into the material plane.|
|5||'GLORIOUS OOZE' - A leather-bound book that is covered in a green, sticky ooze. If you can get the pages unstuck, they describe the teachings and tenants of Uur'glaz-lop, the Sinister God of Slime.|
|6||'The Koraktor' - A heavy tome bound in unfamiliar leather. It describes a dark ritual, that allows the sacrifice of an intelligent being to have its remaining lifespan transferred to you. The catch is, that with each use, the effect is halved (second sacrifice gives half its lifespan, 3rd gives a quarter and so on).|
|7||'The Swarm' - The tome is a binding for a bug elemental. The holder controls how a plague like swarm of beatles/locust/hornets move and are bound to his command.|
|8||'A Deal with the Devil' - A tome detailing various historical contracts that have been made with devils. Goes to great lengths to make it sound as if it were actually very easy to find loopholes in devil contracts.|
|9||'Cooking with Grandma' - This seemingly pleasant sounding book is actually a book written by hags, and goes into great detail explaining how the flesh and bones of older humans can be used to make delicious food.|
|10||'Spreading Joy' - A religious tome made by a god of disease and plagues. Contains various rituals and spells for inflicting diseases of various levels of lethality and infectiousness.|
|11||'Call of the Void' - A strange tome written in an unknown language. Attempting to read it causes headaches and dizziness. If magically translated, it describes an elder god that lives in the void between stars, and methods to worship and communicate with it.|
|12||'Nature's Wrath' - This tome was written by a powerful ancient druid that was angered by civilization and it’s disrespect of nature. It contains dozens of powerful rituals for summoning deadly natural disasters, including plagues, earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes.|
|13||'The All Knowing Tome' - This strange tome seemingly knows information about almost any topic. Whenever it is opened it displays everything it knows about a topic the reader is looking for. However, every minute it is being read, the reader must make a WIS save (DC 15 +1 per minute reading past the first minute). On a failed save, their soul is ripped from their body and stored in the book, along with all of their knowledge. To release their soul, someone must spend 5 minutes finding information on them and ripping out those pages, before burning them, releasing the soul to be judged.|
|14||'Fall of Revelation' - Bound in the skin of the author, Hazeomeel (an angel), it describes the angels fall from the celestial realm because it used prophecy to try and sort which humans could be killed to prevent evil from occurring.|
|15||'The Writings of Sindrii Jequinn' - Though written in the guise of a contemplative journal about life, it slowly fills the reader with a violent knowledge of how to benefit from other people's mortality.|
|16||'Demozain' - A book written by a dozen ur-priests. It makes no attempt to hide the ritual that would summon a sentient black hole to consume a world, but between the obvious it reveals secrets of where the gods get their power.|
|17||'The Journal of Kurt Constant' - an assuming book that covers a variety of alchemical and metallurgy experiments, one of the final chapters explains how to create a weapon that can tear thru planes.|
|18||'Honors of the L'vat' - A thin book describing the 6 energy avatars and their connection to the cosmos. Why this book is banned is because in describing the language of the god-kings it can teach anyone the secret of planeswalking without error.|
|19||'A Mind is a Terrible thing to Waste' - A tome dedicated to using Brains in various magical applications, mainly detailing Golemancy and Alchemy. It details using various necromancy spells to resurrect just the brain, and incorporating it into creating Golems. Depending on the spells used the Golem could be smarter and more autonomous, even in some cases having the capacity to grow a personality. Or you can create a Golem that acts just like a feral undead, killing any living thing it comes across.|
|20||Nightwalkers' - a well used guidebook of general information on creatures that hunt humans such as Vampires, Werewolves and Hags.|
|21||'The Ilyea'n Grimoire' - A strange compendium of lore, poetry and incantations. The pages, which are of a parchment that is rough and unsettling to the touch, appear to its reader to be entirely blank. It is only when the reader cuts themselves and drips blood on the pages that the words are revealed; and much blood is required to read the whole thing. Many are the foolish who have expired from self exsanguination or cumulative trauma in order to "read just one more page" ...|
|22||'Anatomy of the Sunsweaters' - Roughly translated from Undercommon, this book is a biological and highly racist work depicting the anatomy of humans through the lens of a dark elf who has an ever-specific repulsion against all life that willfully exposes itself to the sun. The book has been translated by an aspiring doctor, who has taken the liberty to add his own lecture notes and oddly enough defend the dark elf biologist's profane hostility. He keeps reminding the reader, that cultural differences are not to be judged, that he wished that he had been there and that he quite likely enjoys the fantasy to be dissected alive by a dark elf.|
|23||'Mnemotical Magic' - This tome has moving pictures of funny situations and animals. Which seems like a humorous pass-time soon reveals that the magically animated graphics are powered by the souls of those that are depicted. Directing an open page to a person will also make them repeat the depicted action, that is if the page shows a dog wagging its tail, people whom the owner of the book shows the picture will feel urged to go on all fours jumping. Seeing an image of an orc who slips and falls into their own axe will make people want to hold their weapon out awkwardly and fall over to also be injured in that way.|
|24||'A Treaty on Flesh: The Collected Works of Ab'Dharr' - The dark green leather bound tome of vellum paper, this book is the fanatical collecting and redistribution of the work of Amnu Ad'Dharr; the Perverter of Form. The book is a collection of recovered, reclaimed and recreated copies of the numerous experiments carried out by Ab'Dharr. The author; an uncredited fanatic of the material interlaces the original work with handwritten historical accounts of applications and results of the work. The original material takes the form of scientific essays or experiment logs; where a problem will be proposed and a full catalog of the steps taken to try to create a workable solution. The problems presented as such as "Can the deficit in cognitive function of necromantic flesh constructs be circumnavigated?". To which the paper goes onto outline creating a "spiritual hivemind" which links the limited functions of all individuals; including "properly fashioned intellectual stock". Other such problems proposed are "Lycan vulnerability to Silver", "Can a brain be shaped physically to prevent mind-reading or similar arcane effects?" or "The optimal method to create liquid suffering from limited breeding stock".|
|25||'The Howling' - Bound in skin of a deer, the yellowed parchment pages contain page upon page of handwritten unintelligible script. The book is said to have been in the position of a Wendigo for several decades before coming to rest in Blackoak Restorative Manor for the Mental Infirm. The only legible content within the book is a series of signatures on the back page; believed to have been former owners of the volume. To date, ever owner of the book has either died of starvation regardless of financial means or physical health. Or has descended into the depths of animal savagery and cannibalism. Some anecdotal records at Blackoak from patient interviews suggest the book contains the last rational thoughts of all its' previous owners. However as these testimonies comes from individuals who would go on to own the volume themselves or succumb to the harsh nature of their treatments; they are discredited among learned individuals.|
|26||'The Convergent Truth' - The Convergent Truth is a detailed explanation about why the plane you are in right now is a demi-plane, an exact copy of the material plane, used to lure something called The Devourer away from the true material plane. In the back of the book are commendations to this reality, each from a different volume of this book. This one is Volume VIIICMVII.|
|27||'Alchemy of the Flesh' - A dark green tome describing how to use a plethora of humanoid viscera and organs to enhance your potions.|
|28||'The Trials of the Forsaken, by Bertram Wondles' - This unique ornate and gilded tome bound in some sort of tanned and scraped hide begins as a treatise on the depredations of the criminals known as the Forsaken. As the author writes the heavily researched stories, it becomes clear that with each new revelation described within, the author's madness and envy of the Forsaken grows. Quickly, the documentary writing shifts into more of a manual of praise and worship, detailing the dark rites of the path that the Forsaken walked. At the conclusion of the book, it is revealed that the binding of the book is none other than the flayed skin of Bertram Wondles himself. This book radiates a subtle but insidious evil that corrupts readers and holders alike.|
|29||The Perfect Crime: This tome contains a detailed list of physical and mental training exercises, all of which are designed to condition a person to become the perfect emotionless criminal mastermind. Anyone practicing the exercises in the book for a year will have their DEX and INT increase by 2, and will have their alignment shift to Neutral Evil. They also gain a +4 bonus to all skill checks related to criminal activities.|
|30||Killing the Unseen: This tome contains detailed information on killing powerful and hard to find creatures. While most of the book is generally helpful, it is prohibited by all major religious groups because the final chapter goes into detail explaining all the possible ways for a god to be permanently killed.|
|31||Death Eternal: This book was written by an ancient dwarven smith famous for making cursed blades. It describes rituals needed to create blades that trap the souls of those killed by them, with the blades growing in strength as the number of souls trapped within grows.|
|32||The Death of a Nation: This cursed book seems like a perfectly normal political drama, however, if the ruler of a country ever sees this book they will feel compelled to read it. When read, they will discover the book describes themselves in the near future, and the closer to the end they get, the worse the version of them in the book does at managing the country. The book ends with the country destroyed and the ruler dead. If the ruler gets to the end, they will find themselves compelled to behave exactly as written in the book.|
|33||The Material Era: A book that, starting from explaining in excruciating detail the mechanism behind spells like Dispel Magic and Antimagic Field, starts studying in what way magic can be stopped from interfering with the world, like stripping a caster from its power, creating zones of dead magic and finally showing how one could stop all magic from existing in the whole Material Plane, forever, enjoying in the hypothetical consequences of this actions.|
|34||Tale of the Soul: This book, which seems always colder to the touch than the surrounding ambient, studies the ways souls can be extracted, used and consumed for magical power; it explains how to extract a soul from a living being and making it act as if nothing happened, how to keep siphoning one's soul, how liches's phylacteries can be made more efficient, and how to make an un unwilling soul come back to life. It has a whole chapter detailing the unique qualities of newborn's souls.|
|35||The Endless Litany' - Every single page of this thick tome is filled with the same phrase repeated over and over again "The end is never the end is never the end is never the end" but despite this monotony, when a creature starts reading from the first page, they can not stop of their own volition, nor will they ever reach the end no matter how long they spend reading it as the book has an infinite number of pages.|
|36||The Hedge Witch's Pestle: Being a Treatise on the Peculiar Mischiefs of Hezibiah Chopwits, by Lady Althenea Von Blecher. An annotated spellbook, compiled by an educated lady wizard, cataloguing the malevolent magics of an infamous hedge witch. Early entries include counterfeit love potions, minor curses, and surprisingly effective remedies for women's troubles; later entries include spells that will turn a man inside out or transform all his blood into acid. Each spell is powered through the sacrifice of a bit of the caster's sanity.|
|37||Codex of the Anointed, author unknown. This manuscript is not so much written as tattooed on a thin, fine parchment of undetermined origin. Written in an (as-yet) undecipherable language, it is decorated with images that sometimes squiggle between the lines and sometimes stretch over a two-page spread. The images depict vile scenes of mutilation, murder, and ritual sacrifice. Examining it for more than an hour at a time provokes severe headaches with strange sensory effects, including coronas of burning light, flittering shadows of many-limbed creatures, and the pervasive smell of burning flesh.|
|38||Inglenook's Inglebook, by "Inglenook" (presumed pseudonym). A much-dreaded thing, location presently unknown. It takes on the form of a colorful children's picture book, telling the tale of a young child who travels to a beautiful kingdom under a tree-topped hill. Sightings over the last two centuries describe it as appearing unexpectedly in a child's play-room or bookshelf. It seems to change itself slightly for each child who reads it, reflecting that child's particular appearance and interests in its illustrations. Any child under the age of puberty who reads it to the end disappears before the next sunrise, even if well-guarded in a locked and warded room. Any child who starts but does not finish it is haunted by dreams of it their whole life.|
|39||Bargains of the Underworld: A mysterious memoir recording the author's descent into madness after murdering his family and his journey into the plane of the dead to plead their forgiveness. It contains locations of planar portals, and describes ways to communicate with the dead. It's crimson cover is unnaturally cold.|
|40||The Dollmaker - A diary of a woman who's stalking a dollmaker. The book often convinces people to become stalkers themselves; and teaches people various magics that could help them stalk people.|
|41||Kreon Dellok and the Midnight Breeze - An adventure novel that appeals to children. In it, the main characters do a ritual in a forest at night that gives them powers. If a child tries to do this themselves, it blinds them and alerts monsters of their location.|
|42||Alzin's Guide to an Obedient Child - A parenting book that teaches abusive parenting methods. It centers around a magical goblet that the parent builds, which collects dark energy for an unknown entity. The book's ultimate goal is to get the child to kill the parent; so the goblet can collect their soul.|
|43||Abomination - A book that appeals to nihilistic, entitled people who think the world is rigged. It promotes becoming a demigod monster called an Abomination. Everyone who has done this ritual has vanished without a trace.|
|44||Lowstride - A biography about the serial killer Lowstride, written by the killer herself. She explains how she sacrificed people to a dark God for magic. The God sometimes lets her become a new person, and so she has lived for hundreds of years as many different identities.|
|45||Lucid Dreaming: A Better Awakening - A book on learning to Lucid dream through a Magic ritual, secretly written by a devil. When you successfully do this, the devil steals your good memories and holds them for ransom unless you do their bidding.|
|46||Book of The Spirits: Written by Diwar Malficum, the book provides details on various kinds of spirits along with how to make a spirit. While the guide to various kinds of spirits is considered helpful, it is banned due to the instructions on how to create undead.|
|47||Covenants of Blood: Written by Xutos the Vivesector, the tome is written with instructions on blood magic, including making blood pacts with archdevils and live sacrifices to demons. Those who read the book will have their hands permanently stained red.|
|48||Knowledge of Oblivion: Written by Studan Bloodcall, the book is a manifesto detailing how one should embrace the teachings of a being known as Hoy-Dheen-Cha, The Opaque Certainty. Those that have followed the book's teachings are known to have committed suicide shortly afterwards.|
|49||Rules of Death: Written by Goxor the Soulkeeper, the book instructs readers on the basics of Necromancy. While it was originally used as a textbook for the Kaudia School of Magics, it was swiftly banned after a student had killed several people using an experiment from the book.|
|50||Orders of the Underworld: This book was written by Craushis the Nightmare, a priest of an ancient cult known as Creed of the Night. The text provides commandments that the cult followed to ensure that they may become death Gods.|
|51||Paradoxomicon' - Collected works of a plane-shifter wizard who has dedicated his life to finding loopholes in magic and testing them in parallel planes of existence, collapsing each one of them in doing so.|
|52||Pillars of the World: A heavy tome, bound in rough leather, that begins as a academic discourse on various creation myths of the "insert Settings world". As the book goes on, the author stops documenting myths and starts writing about their own theories on how the world came to be. From a flat earth carried by a turtle to everything being a reflection of a true reality, this tome is filled with heretical ideas.|
|53||Dreams: A long singlepage scroll, made of papyrus and kept in a golden case, introduces the reader to the concept of ascension through meditation and study. The author believed that all of existence is a dream and that the gods are simply individuals that, like lucid dreamers, can manipulate the dream. Some say this scroll was written by an evil god to lure people in their grasp. Others believe these teachings were banned by the church because the gods want no further competition.|
|54||Zahhak: This journal was written by the famous explorer Zhelim Alasam, documenting his experiences of his last journey. It starts of as all of his journals, but quickly escalates as Zhelims ship sinks in a storm and he is stranded on an unknown island. Through his writings, the reader learns how Zhelim found strange ruins on this island and his curiosity takes over. For several days, he wanders these strange alien halls, describing murals, architecture and a to him unknown language chiseled into the walls. The last page documents Zhelims growing fear of the darkness and voices in his head that tell him to go deeper into the ruins.|
|55||Jerbe Kendalcanthe 'Love Elixers' - This tome details how to make a highly addictive potion that possesses no benefits other than addiction. Small villages have been wiped out as every resource is pooled into acquiring the materials needed to produce more.|
|56||In the Guts of the Earth - An epic work of fiction that follows an amateur explorer as they delve deeper and deeper into a cave. Each reader reports a different story, tailored to their specific fears and traumas. The account always ends with the protagonist crawling into a narrow vertical tunnel and finding themselves unable to escape.|
|57||Convergence of the Seventeen Orbs - A guide to an esoteric, and by all accounts fictitious, method of astrology. All known owners have died of asphyxiation.|
|58||On the Thaumaturgic Applications of the Lesser Vital Humors: A Methodical Account - A wizard's attempt to deduce the sorcerous properties of bile, pus, and other bodily fluids through experimentation on living human subjects. Notably, blood is never mentioned or implied.|
|59||The Underworld Bartender - A recipe book of dangerous, distasteful, and downright disgusting cocktails. From the Beholder Blood Bellini to a hot rum toddy served in a human skull, this has it all. Recipes are interspersed with edgy, and questionably plausible, tales of high crime.|
|60||Ghost in the Cage - The memoir of Kelvin Litwick, former most-wanted elf and prolific burglar of all things sorcerous. Intended to be a manifesto on why magical knowledge should be publicly accessible, but Litwick's detailed accounts make this a how-to-break-out-of-prison guide.|
|61||Der Abenteurer - A highly controversial exploration of power and hierarchy, heavy with economics and philosophy. The book posits that the contemporary societal structure of roving adventurers questing for artifacts, slaying everything in their path, is a degenerate state that perpetuates an unfair system of oppression. It urges monsters, brigands, and all creators of loot to rise up, move beyond boundaries of species, and present a unified front against those that wish to plunder their lairs.|
|62||195 Easy Projects with Human Skin - Notorious for its gruesome, yet imaginatively intricate, woodblock illustrations.|
|63||When the Dawning Light Strips the Fat From Beneath My Arms, the Gate That is Not a Gate is Eroded Open for One-Who-Is-Now-None to Seep Through Eyes Within Eyes - A rambling, incoherent string of word salad that is nonetheless a practical guide to interplanar travel. By strictly following the bizarre sequences of meaningless actions and chanting the meandering chapters-long verses, the reader will find themselves on another plane. The technique fails to transport the book itself, stranding the reader unless they've committed the entire text to memory.|
2022.01.17 22:57 HummingBirdLover757 Busting
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2022.01.17 22:57 legendarylog Space Groove op nerf please Rito
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