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  • World
    Generally the facts of this battle will be missed by the media though a rise in street violence or the like is quite likely to be noticed The Chosen also receive special powers as rewards for their virtuous or sadistic lives These powers are conveyed through dreams presenting the player with several paths to improvement What Goes Around Comes Around The Good and Evil in each person is measured by the relative amounts of karma that person has accumulated with each point representing one good or bad thing they have done and one good or bad thing that will happen to them respectively The forces of Evil however corrupt this aspect in their minions allowing their foul deeds to grant them power instead of punishment The Code The Code is a statement of the objects of each side It is somewhat redundant as most Chosen understand their goals quite clearly but disobedience may be punished with negative karma There is a separate Code for each side warped reflections of each other The codes concerning Guides are of course only used if one is playing with Guides The Code of Good Seek Thine Foes Seek those whom would bring the darkness and turn them from their task If they cannot be brought to see reason and kindness they must be destroyed Honer Thy Cause Make an example of your kind behavior and just decisions Do not engage in the activities that would undo us The Task of the Teacher The Guides are not to intervene in the battle itself They are ralliers and instructors not warriors Honer Thy Teacher A ward shall obey their Guide for the Guide s knowledge is greater and their wisdom well founded The Code of Evil Destroy Thine Foes Seek those whom would bring order to the world and destroy them Further Thy Cause Do not fail to bring about the chaos Destroy all whom preserve the old ways or would advance cause of good in any way and do not join them in a single act Gather Thine Wards The Guide is to quickly gather their wards instruct them and strike as soon as possible while our foes are still disorganized Obey Thy Master The wards shall obey their Guide in every command The Guides have a plan which shall not be deviated from History The known history of the Armageddon is only concerned with western cultures others simply did no keep sufficient records to make any guesses about the battles in their respective parts of the world The First Armageddon predates known history It is believed that Good came out the better and allowed mankind to prosper and grow though Evil was not entirely destroyed and slowly seeped back into the world Many early tales of magic were likely inspired at this time as is possibly true of all Armageddons The Second Armageddon occurred much later around the 5th century and the Evil forces came out the better plunging the known world into the

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  • Module: Bondage
    SYNOPSIS require lib bondage x 1 y 2 b binding extend Bondage return variable hashes p b locals x 1 y 2 b Binding 0xxxxxxx p b globals PROGRAM NAME synopis rb concerned about the environement p b globals nil SAFE 0 set and retrieve b z one two three p b LOAD PATH lib p b pizza nil supports Enumerable over locals p b find var value value 1 x 1 Or if you re feeling really kinky class Binding include Bondage end Constants VERSION Not documented Public Instance Methods name click to toggle source Alias for lookup name value click to toggle source Assign the variable within the binding If your implementation supports ObjectSpace this is relatively safe This preserves object identity Copy by reference If not the right hand side gets it s string value eval ed File lib bondage rb line 49 def name value if defined ObjectSpace eval sanitize name ObjectSpace id2ref value object id else eval sanitize name value end end classvars click to toggle source Hash of class variables with File lib bondage rb line 24 def classvars list all class variables end consts click to toggle source Hash of constants File lib bondage rb line 26 def consts list all constants end each proc click to toggle source Iterator over locals base for Enumerable methods File lib bondage rb line 29 def each proc locals each proc end globals click to toggle source Hash of global variables with File lib bondage rb line 20 def globals list all global variables end instvars click to toggle source Hash of instance variables with File lib bondage rb line 22 def instvars list all instance variables end locals click to toggle source Hash of local variables File lib bondage rb line 18 def locals list

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  • File: History.txt [bondage-0.1.2 Documentation]
    2009 11 08 Updated newgem 0 1 0 2009 02 15 Added a to s method which adds Bondage to the class name Specs were working from TextMate but there was an array ordering mismatch from the command line Redid readme so the file is constructed from pieces to avoid some include kinks 0 0 1 2009 02 14 Initial release Hashes of local global etc Enumerable for locals syntax

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  • File: Manifest.txt [bondage-0.1.2 Documentation]
    Bondage No matching classes History txt Manifest txt README rdoc Rakefile description rdoc lib bondage rb script console script destroy script generate spec bondage spec rb spec spec opts spec spec helper rb synopsis rb tasks readme rake tasks rspec

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  • File: README.rdoc [bondage-0.1.2 Documentation]
    data An attempt is made to sanitize identifier names However if your implementation doesn t support ObjectSpace the second argument to is still evaled directly SYNOPSIS require lib bondage x 1 y 2 b binding extend Bondage return variable hashes p b locals x 1 y 2 b Binding 0xxxxxxx p b globals PROGRAM NAME synopis rb concerned about the environement p b globals nil SAFE 0 set and retrieve b z one two three p b LOAD PATH lib p b pizza nil supports Enumerable over locals p b find var value value 1 x 1 Or if you re feeling really kinky class Binding include Bondage end REQUIREMENTS Tested under Ruby 1 8 7 INSTALL sudo gem install bondage LICENSE The MIT License Copyright 2009 Justin Love Permission is hereby granted free of charge to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files the Software to deal in the Software without restriction including without limitation the rights to use copy modify merge publish distribute sublicense and or sell copies of the Software and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so subject to the following conditions The above copyright notice

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  • File: bondage.rb [bondage-0.1.2 Documentation]
    Last Modified Sun Jan 17 22 38 22 0600 2010 Requires Description

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  • Class: MathViz::Constant
    lib mathviz rb line 508 def initialize a super a a end Public Instance Methods constant click to toggle source File lib mathviz rb line 538 def constant true end finite click to toggle source Forward to contained object File lib mathviz rb line 543 def finite a respond to finite a finite true end long click to toggle source Debugging method string with both name and value File lib

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  • Class: MathViz::Input
    Measured MathViz NumericOperations MathViz Operation MathViz Operation Unary MathViz Term MathViz Unit MathViz Units MathViz Units Class Numeric Object No matching classes MathViz Input A simple number Derives most of it s behavior from MathViz Constant but also identifies the number as variable which affects nodes display style so that opportunities for constant folding can be idenified Public Instance Methods constant click to toggle source false File lib mathviz rb

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