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where are the level 40 alchemist crafting leves?

2021.12.09 07:34 cowboyvapepen where are the level 40 alchemist crafting leves?

they dont show up in ul’dah or whitebrim for me even though i should have them unlocked. i can only accept quests up to level 35, even though i am level 42. i have finished arr and heavensward both. im really confused about this since i cant find anyone talking about having this problem and everyone says they should be available from the leve guy in ul’dah or the one in whitebrim.
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2021.12.09 07:34 SanketSah we all know she liked it

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2021.12.09 07:34 Hot_Mathematician253 Watch Shradha Channel at 2:00 p.m. daily.🙏

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2021.12.09 07:34 MissMcnett I am so proud that I own this cute one!!!

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2021.12.09 07:34 Fissaubb 🟢 CORNUCOPIAS ($COPI) IDO HAS NOW BEGUN! 🟢


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2021.12.09 07:34 BCRepsKicks hmmm... what am I doing wrong here?

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2021.12.09 07:34 Waaswaa Is there a good subreddit for collective story writing?

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2021.12.09 07:34 SumpDuck Started painting some Orlocks

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2021.12.09 07:34 egusiman What Ohma should have done

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2021.12.09 07:34 kenxocd Does that mean that I'm in top 22.2% or that I was better than only 22,2%?

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2021.12.09 07:34 connectifiers Danish Christmas Heart | LEFT HANDED Crochet Christmas Ornaments

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2021.12.09 07:34 00Dandy What kind of improvements did you notice?

I'm thinking about buying an RLT device. I hope to see improvements in my energy, recovery after workouts and body temperature.
Has anyone noticed improvements in these areas? If so, please also tell me what kind of device you are using.
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2021.12.09 07:34 HiItsLust F Landlords

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2021.12.09 07:34 wgr-aw Completed 2021 Bingo Card

This is my first attempt at Bingo and I really enjoyed the challenge. I'm giving a commentary on the books but nothing I'd find to be spoilery below.
General takeaways
Definitely my likeliness to DNF has reduced, my reading volume has increased, and my willingness to try new or even just starting authors has increased too.
I was expecting to read about 2 books a month, but found out I'm more on around 3 a month now which was a surprise, partly that's due to pushing myself hard early on to complete this, but also there's more shorter and standalones books this year than a my previous years.
Definitely it was fun messing with spreadsheets and using bingo squares to hunt for recs and new books. I'll do Bingo again and I'm looking at the old ones to fill up while waiting on the 2022 release. On first glance I've found this years slots align more with what I'd normally want to read than the last 2 years seem to have so looks like a good year to start on.
Lots of contenders for a number 3 slot so I'll just mention my 2 favourites: Long Price Quartet and Ember Blade
2 least favourites were Book of Koli and Neuromancer
a few DNFs: Martian Chronicles (interesting and possibly profound at times, just not very enjoyable to read), Artemis (I just found myself not caring enough about the MC), and Frankenstein (again just not an enjoyable read)
Top Row
Short Stories
Didn't do a collection but all the 5 short stories here are well worth a read. I was hoping to find more short stories that introduce a trilogy or series of an author I've not come across, but didn't find many in that camp. Anyway here's the 5 (all good) in order of how much I enjoyed:
Brimestone and Marmalade (Aaron Corwin)
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again (Zen Cho)
Death & Taxes (J Zachary Pike)
A Year and a Day in Old Theradane (Scott Lynch)
Century Blade (Rob J Hayes)
Asia - Sword of Kaigen
Very much enjoyed this book. I've seen complaints about there being loose ends that don't get tied up (which there are), but I didn't really mind that or feel the need that they needed an explanation. There's a half way pivot in the book which was brave and I felt really paid off.
A-Z Genre Guide - Six of Crows
It's ok. I enjoyed reading enough at the time, but the Netflix series reduced my liking for this book on it's own merits. You need to age all the characters by 5-10 years at least mentally as the ages given are just silly. The heist itself is alright, but alot of it is about character relationships and I wasn't overly interested in the characters.
Found Family - Ember Blade
This was really standout. Can't recommend enough. It's very well balanced between the adventure and the characters. All the characters are well developed and there's some great dialogue and humour in the mix too.
First Person - A Sky Beyond the Storm
I binged the first 3 books in the series awhile ago and was looking forward to this one. There's a dark and compelling world in it which I enjoyed and it's well structured with prophesies setting the pace of the books with characters working their way through those prophesies as best they can. I had to roll my eyes over the romantic pining parts of the books but apart from that very enjoyable and if you do like a good YA with some love triangles it's a great series.

2nd Row
Book Club - Long Price Quartet
It's a slow starter this and at first I found it hard to explain why it's so good and compelling. The first book especially takes a long time to get going but after reading the first 2 books I found myself drawn back in and wanting more. The story does a really good job of zooming in close to what life is like, and then zooming out again when there's events that affect the known world so when things are taking place on a grander scale you really feel it on more personal levels as well. And the end of book 3 I really felt the damage done by the Sterile andat. I love that the books are spaced 14 years apart and that normal life happens which are mildly eventful rather than everything having to happen in a short space of time.
New to You - The Clocktaur War
This square was easiest to fill as it covers over half of the books this year (maybe will be harder in the future, we'll see). I picked up "Clockwork Boys" looking for a funny book. It wasn't laugh out loud funny for me, although it is light in tone and humorous. I did go back to read the 2nd book (Wonder Engines) and enjoyed that one more, probably due to my expectations not being as high for fits of laughter. I'm sure I'll go back for more of T Kingfisher books in the future, I've heard Swordheart is more laugh out loud and this one was one of her more serious books.
Gothic - Lady Vages Malediction
I wasn't looking forward to this square and was planning to swap but after the book clubs and positive reviews of Lady Vages Malediction I went for it. I'm glad I did - and it's a great option for people not looking for an overly dark or morbid book. It's a tragedy in a similar variety to romeo and juliet, the majority of the book is charming and enjoyable.
Backlist - Neuromancer
I was disappointed in this one, and tempted to DNF multiple times. It probably would make a good film, but there was just way too much of the time I spent wondering WTF is going on. The MC is a speed addict, which doesn't endear me to him. It's a space cowboy trying to navigate his own way while weird stuff is happening around him, only I wasn't really rooting for him or cared enough. The concepts in it are great and groundbreaking, and I love lots of the work inspired by it. The ending does tie up those weird loose ends and make sense of most of my annoyance, but I didn't enjoy the ride on this one.
Revenge - Troy
This was an easy square as I was always going to read this book having read the 2 preceding ones. Stephen Fry's Greek books become increasingly easy to read as it moves from short stories in Mythos to longer ones in Heros and then 1 long story only in Troy. The first Mythos book almost felt like I was attending a university lecture series, although worthwhile anyway. There's loads of revenge driven characters in the story, the biggest and most immediate to the plot being the Greeks wanting revenge for Helen's capture.

3rd Row
Mystery - 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
I'm interested in what other people place here. This is a square I was looking forward to but didn't see as much recommendations as I'd hoped. Possibly it's a genre mix that could do more exploring in years to come (not withstanding urban fantasy ofc). I enjoyed City & the City which would qualify but read before. City of Stairs is on my list for future. This book had an interesting premise and definitely feels very much like a traditional agatha christie setting. The fantasy element of the character reliving the same day in different bodies was fun but the mystery was a stronger half of the story than the fantasy half.
Comfort - To Awaken in Elysium
Looking forward to reading more from Raymond St Elmo - it's a great palette cleanser and doesn't take itself seriously. The tone is always lighthearted even when there's ghosts and monsters around. I kept wondering if it was going to go in a more creepy or horror direction but it kept lighthearted. The romance was fairly relatable and boosted the story.
Published in 2021 - Broken Heart of Arelium
Amazing cover, written by someone active on this sub after they did a promo on it's launch. It's the author's first published work and there's parts of it that feel like a first book, but on the whole it's very fun and a good ride. I'll be keeping track of Alex Robbins progress in the years to come. Next book in the series is in my TBR.
Cat Squasher - The Lions of Al-Rassan
I did have hard mode options for this square (Ember Blade and Dragon Mage (which didn't make it on the card)) but I thought it more appropriate to have a Cat squasher with a Cat in the title. So I'd argue it worthy of being a Lion Squasher even though it's not a hard mode. I do love Guy Gavriel Kay and this is a well written book with great prose and great characters. Part of me wishes there wasn't an epilogue as the ending is so poignant I don't think we need to know who was victorious in the duel, although we did need to know how the war ended Definitely would recommend although Guy Gavriel Kay's writing can be tricky to get into and I did find myself having to work myself up to each read, especially when he starts a new segment with a character perspective you've never encountered before.
Non-Fiction - World Building for Fantasy Fans and Authors
This is another square that I thought I'd enjoy more when I saw it on paper. The book syndicated arguments on world building made by lots of authors so it's very comprehensive, but conversely it's long and feels long. Some of the syndicated content, on it's own, is likely to be more engaging. This is almost an academic book more than a polemic argument, and the polemic might have been more enjoyable to pick up. I couldn't just read it start to finish, had to stop and start with segments; which it does, at least, lend itself too. There are some interesting insights dotted about

4th Row
Latinx - Cradle of Sea & Soil
This was the last square for me and definitely wouldn't have picked up without this bingo. Glad I did it's a really strong book. I think it can rival Rage of Dragons as a new sub favourite. There's parallels between the books, both are based on non-European inspired cultures with Cradle of Sea & Soil taking inspiration from Latin & Caribbean cultures (as well as some wuxia too here and there). The character motivations I find in Cradle to be more natural and dare I say realistic than in Rage of Dragons where the MC is just abit mental. It switches each chapter between son and mother, the upstart and the establishment, but you don't have any dull chapters to wade through and there's action aplenty. Also there's a hard magic system to discover for people who like that kind of thing.
Self-Published - Orconomics
I was going to go with Fires of Vengeance, then found that wasn't self published (any more). I really enjoyed Orconomics, there's a couple of gags that actually made me laugh out loud rather than just appreciate the pun, such as referring to the Gross Domestic Product as a good reason to drink imported . The idea of people going on quests and getting glory and gear is fundamental to the story, but I didn't really like the quest and gaming terms being so embedded in the story. I'd rather a quest simply be one without being named a quest, it was alittle too on the nose for me. That aside loved it. Very similar book to Kings of the Wyld so if you like one you should like the other.
Forest - Uprooted
I liked how this opened, but it dragged abit towards the end for me and I found myself not as invested as I thought I would given how it started. I had a similar issue with Book of Koli so that might just be the direct first person narration with no other respite getting abit dry for me.
Genre Mashup - Kings of the Wyld
This book is so similar to Orconomics, if you like one you should like the other. I was expecting this to feature more music in it. Instead of there being music and songs, the music concepts are put into fantasy tropes. So "DND style parties" become "bands", and "battles" become "gigs", and "quests" become "tours". The mercenaries are treated like rock stars. It works. There are some good dialogue exchanges and genuinely funny moments as well. I was starting to think it's difficult to do comedy in books as you don't control the timing of gags, but the dialogue here landed well with me.
Chapter Titles - A Little Hatred + Trouble with Peace (Age of Madness 1 & 2)
The jury is still out for me on the Age of Madness until I get to Wisdom of Crowds. I liked the characters more in the first trilogy, and there does seem to be a Logen Ninefingers shaped hole in the series. The Trouble with Peace felt like there was more of a plot progression, whereas A Little Hatred was more just being back in the world. I'm intrigued with where he's going though and looking forward to Wisdom of Crowds and he is a great writer so if you've read and loved the First Law trilogy, there's more where that came from.

5th Row
_ of _ - Gardens of the Moon
I didn't find this as difficult to follow as I was expecting given comments on this sub (Neuromancer had me scratching my head much more!). But I probably came into it with the right expectations which again would be due to comments I've seen on this sub. The story is fine to follow I found, just don't expect exposition and you'll find out who's responsible for what at some point in the story. The characters are well written and compelling. I'll keep at future Malazans and interested in where it goes and how it's fostered such love in the sub. After only book one it's not a top 10 series of all time for me (yet).
First Contact - The Sparrow
The last chapter is surprisingly heart wrenching. All the clues are there about what's going to happen, but still it took me by surprise how it hit me. The book deal with trauma and includes people wrestling with (potentially) miracles and the problem of evil. The Jesuit priests I think are painted well as faithful and flawed with their own struggles. There's a found family with agnostic liberals being taken in by a charismatic priest (or it might be the other way round), and both the Jesuit and liberal worldviews are painted beautifully. I couldn't fault the science behind the aliens and they had concerns over bacteria contamination on a new planet. It's rare indeed to see a science fiction book that considers alien life as evidence of an extension of God's grace and majesty rather than a fundamental challenge to theology.
Trans / Non-Binary - Book of Koli
I picked this for the forest setting card, loved the idea of a forest where the trees and plants move and are predators. However, not a huge amount of time takes place in the forest given the promising setting (likely as the forest is too deadly). There's 2 trans characters in this, one of them seems to be set up to be a main character for at least the start of the 2nd book. Now the rant. It started off so well. The book is told directly and the character mentions all the highlights of his adventure which made me want to see how it plays out. The main character is meant to be a not well educated character (which is no problem we all love forest gump after all) but he is very self pitying and kept going on about how bad things happened around him that weren't his fault, and the depressing side of his narration took it's toll on me. I was tempted to DNF but continued partly for bingo and partly in the vain hope it might end at a decent end point. But the ending is abrupt and arbitrary and you need to read more longwinded depressed narration in the other books in the series to get to the events mentioned so well in the first chapter.
Debut Author - Lies of Locke Lamora
Really good opening to this, the rest of the story is also good fun. It's well worth a read especially if you're after a fantasy that takes place on a smaller scale rather than events spanning a whole continent. It's all in a (Venice-esq) city and follows a loveable rogue who starts life as a pickpocket but moves on to big cons on society's elite. Part of a series but I might call it here as I've not heard such good reviews of the later
Witches - The 13th Witch
An urban fantasy style detective uses magic to tackle fantastical problems. I preferred this to Dresden files (only having read book 1) but less than Rivers of London (having read all of those). It's written in a similar way to Red Rising, from the perspective of one narrator who holds some of their plans or discoveries back from the narration but eludes to the fact they know more than you so when the action plays out you're surprised but the infallible narrator isn't. It's a good palate cleanser from grander scale fantasy as the first book at least is short and snappy.
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2021.12.09 07:34 larry-talbot Upgrade to Galaxy s20?

I used to have a oneplus 6 and was pretty happy with it, apart from the camera. This go around I decided to go with galaxy s20 because I wanted the better camera and general upgrades, but I don't love this phone. It's okay, but with quirks.
Thinking of changing again but am looking at the pixel 6. Would this be an upgrade? I use my phone for basic stuff, nothing intensive, no games. I mainly use it for web browsing, YouTube...et, the basics. I have heard the pixel line has the best cameras, though, so that's why I'm considering it.
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2021.12.09 07:34 Audioboxer87 1/ The demolition of the Longannet chimney todays marks the definitive end of coal power in Flag of Scotland - a transition that the rest of the world needs to accelerate for the sake of the planet and future generations

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2021.12.09 07:34 Miserable_Teach_300 Min Min Fanart by me

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2021.12.09 07:34 pulsatinghemispheres Looking at my Enya poster lol

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2021.12.09 07:34 looking_for_answers8 Replacing text but it changes the style and formatting - issue

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong but when I copy text from one layer to replace it in another text layer it keeps the style. I want it to change to the style of the layer I'm replacing automatically. Id there a hidden option or sth? It worked before. Thanks!
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2021.12.09 07:34 clashvalley Fully vaxxed!!! :)

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2021.12.09 07:34 mojawk Getting Started with 40K : Blood Angels

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