1. At first I had a lot of trouble deciding this one but decided how convenient it was for the story to have four different "quests".

  2. RE3 is my favorite of the four but imo Village is the best out of them.

  3. Or Matt Damon in Thor 3 and again in Love and thunder

  4. Finally got to page 75 of my book today and I'm so proud of myself.

  5. Do you have lower belly/love handle loose skin? It's something that I'm not sure I'll ever be able to get rid of, myself.

  6. surprisingly not evident in this pic but yes, I do have them.

  7. I just focused on getting the proper macros like high protein and balanced fat and carbs.

  8. Unless your story is only like 8 chapters at most, I'd hardly call that in the middle. A few chapters up front to establish why two characters that won't be interacting with each other for a good portion of the story are important to each other is a good idea.

  9. Yeah, I feel like I'll have like way more than 8 chapters lolz

  10. In the end it's your decision. It's possible to try it both ways, and get beta reader feedback on which worked better, or just stick to your guns.

  11. I was finally able to hit four chapters of my first novel Aevalyn: Legend of the Imortali the past week so I'm really happy about that.

  12. Food that is being baked, fried, etc. loses water weight when it’s cooked. The water evaporates due to the heat. Thus these foods usually weigh less after cooking. On the other hand, boiled or steamed foods may weigh more after cooking because they’ve absorbed water.

  13. Thank you! This was very informative!

  14. My first thought is evaporation if water through the cooking process. Unfortunately it means the caloric value is the same as the 250g filet.

  15. So before air frying is the more accurate calories?

  16. Just did the hero one, I would love to do the villain one, too lol

  17. Ones like this I can’t really tell if they’re supposed to be funny or not. Because I’m a nightmare on elm street obsessive I know what the deal was for this particular instance.

  18. I don't really have anything to add that hasn't been said already, but I like what I'm reading. It does feel more like an outline than a prologue.

  19. Your prologue is an oppurtunity to capture a potential reader's attention. Increadibly information-dense generic-fantasy worldbuilding is unlikely to capture anyone's attention. I don't mean this to sound rude, just to let you know how others will see it.

  20. Ooh this seems fun I'd like to give it a try :D

  21. Did you change her hair style and what not? Usually in order to change npc appearances you have to create new facegendata(nif and textures),otherwise you can get weird results like the black face bug.

  22. I think that's the Eilhart dress from the Witcher games

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