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3d Teen Dream
The Children's Dream Fund was founded in 1981 to fulfill dreams for children ages 3-18 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. For more information, visit the Web site at www.childrensdreamfund.org.
Though the job comes with some unconventional, after-dark hours and requires training and arriving early to perfect their ghoulish looks, local teens that work at the haunted amusement park said the thrill of scaring parkgoers and the ability to flex their creative muscles makes it all worth it.
I created the Sensei and Son HD128 Minecraft Texture Pack as a way for me to give my teenage son the opportunity to learn 3D computer graphics in a fun and engaging environment. The wildly popular computer game Minecraft has the ability to load custom resource packs that may be used to completely change the artistic look of the 3D real-time game. I figured we could improve and upgrade the look and feel of the Minecraft game from the extremely low resolution16x16px pixelated default look to a higher resolution 128x128px and more realistic improved look for a more immersive game experience.
Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, is a teenage Pakistani American who lives in Jersey City. She's a major comic books fan, worships Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, and fantasizes about becoming a superhero herself one day. And then that day arrives. Her powers stem from the Terrigen Mists, released globally in a crossover storyline, the "Inhumanity." The mists activated dormant Inhuman cells in several people, Kamala included.
WARNING: Per wiki policy, Spoilers Off applies to Tearjerker pages. All spoilers will be unmarked. He remembered... For an opener that runs pretty quickly over the main parts of the game series thus far, the fact that they decided to include Xion's mini-flashback to when she, Roxas, and Axel were eating sea-salt ice cream atop the clock tower - and the subsequent smirk on Xion's face that lasts about a half second before she disappears - says a lot about her significance to Roxas' story, especially since Roxas' part of the opener purely consists of Xion and Axel. It practically yanks at the heartstrings because despite her significance, anyone who's played 358/2 knows that NOBODY WILL REMEMBER HER AT ALL. The first cutscene involves Terranort watching as Even and Ienzo fade into darkness. Ienzo is a child, and his little body lying next to Even's... It's not at all hard to imagine Even tried to save Ienzo from Xehanort and failed, getting his own heart stolen for his trouble, thus leaving Ienzo easy prey. The chronicle summarizing Days basically confirms Xion's suicide attack, stating: "The two fought and Xion got her wish: she was defeated." The Grid. Don't let it's cool appearance fool you. It's the second saddest world in the game, behind only The World That Never Was. Of the characters found here, only two (Sam and Quorra, like the movie) survive to the end. And not only that, many, MANY, fans cried after defeating the boss in Side: Sora. Every worry comes true and then some. Tron/Rinzler serves as a boss for Sora, just to make things worse for the teen, and after Sora defeats him and uses the Keyblade to free Tron from Clu's control, Clu tries to derezz them both with his disc out of jealousy! While Tron was able to protect Sora from Clu, the disc creates a hole underneath him, causing him to fall into it. Sora tries to reach out for his friend, and Tron reaches back to him, but Sora can't save him, resulting in the program falling to his death. Sora even realizes that "Rinzler" was reaching back to him and what it meant, but they couldn't reach far enough. Worst of all, Clu was able to get away with this! And then there's Everglow's version of the battle for his "Kingdom Hearts Timeline" series. From the point Rinzler was about to lose the battle until his fall, Tron-centric clips from Kingdom Hearts 2 were edited in. Only made worse by the fact that Tron was probably one of the past party members Sora was closest to (he even hugged Sora goodbye in his last appearance!). Just the idea that not only did the Grid fall to darkness and not wake up until Sora and Riku arrived, but it was already in Legacy's Dystopian state by then, with its Tron reprogrammed by Clu, the ISOs aside from Quora derezzed, and Flynn having been in exile for 20 years. Life has not been kind to this place... In the Country of the Musketeers, when Donald and co. realize they've been played for fools by Pete as he's managed to successfully kidnap Minnie, Donald via his pessimistic attitude bails on the whole thing. Mickey trying to call out to him running away with the music playing in the background just hurts. While it builds up a group shot of made pure awesome, there's a moment during this cutscene that is one of the few tearjerkers able to punch players in the gut with one word: Sora: "Wait...!" Worse still is a moment later, when Riku's voice just barely cuts through the nightmare. He's begging Sora to stop following the dreams, and it almost looks like it's going to work, but he just keeps running. After Sora meets Roxas, he is made to know what happened in 358/2 Days, much like what happened near the end of coded. However, it's even sadder than the equivalent scene in coded. Sora is basically staggering under the weight of all that he just learned, and he comes out with this line:Sora: Not again... Did they cause all this pain... ...WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO SEE! Notably, he did cry when he met Xion, although he didn't know why. Just seeing her raven-colored hair was enough for those who did know why to continue mourning. In relation to Sora's Dreams in The World That Never Was it HURTS to see Terra and Aqua turning away from Ventus. The revelation that Nobodies did manifest hearts without knowing it puts Axel's dying lines from KHII in a new depressing light.Axel: I wanted to see Roxas. He...was the only one I liked. He made me feel...like I had a heart. It's kind of...funny...you make me feel...the same... Hell, it makes some lines from KHII more depressing in hindsight...Demyx: Oh, we too have hearts, don't be mad... Just the fact how genuinely upset Sora sounds when he asks how Xemnas could lie to the Organisation about not having hearts. It's made even worse when you remember how Sora constantly looked down on the Nobodies for not having real feelings in KHII... After Sora defeats Xemnas, this scene shows he is absolutely winded. Peppiest guy in the world, never shows he's tired for a second, actually allowing that shell to crack. Even worse, his heart has finally snapped, and has given into the darkness, ending his side of the story in the most tragic way possible.Sora: Riku... It's almost as if he's using the last of his strength to call out for Riku to come save him... because Sora knows that it's too late for him to save himself. And Ansem SoD's conversation with Riku shortly after implies that he could feel Sora's heart breaking and falling into darkness. Master Xehanort's But for Me, It Was Tuesday speech on Terra, Aqua, and Ven. Talk about Kick Them While They Are Down. Fridge Horror - Tearjerker, the first line of said speech "But destiny is never left to chance", we seen it before, it was one of the lines appearing in the Birth By sleep trailer, we had this very speech foreshadowed since before we got to know the trio in the first place. The look on Lea's face when Isa attacks him while he is rescuing Sora. And for that matter, the revelation of what really happened to Isa after he became a Nobody. From the ending bits of Ki