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Zamknięte beta testy Spirit Tales – nowej produkcji KoramGame i X-Legend rozpoczęte.
Nadal możecie się rejestrować i wziąść udział w testach, wystarczy, że klikniecie ten oto link: http://st.koramgame.com/guide/
Spirit Tales jest dość typowym MMORPG, z widokiem 3D.
Nietypowe jest natomiast podejście do tworzenia własnej postaci. Możemy dowolnie edytować wygląd naszego bohatera, w rezultacie mamy do wyboru czterdzieści milionów kombinacji czupryn, brwi, nosów i włosów na klacie.
Kolejną ciekawostką, jest możliwość przygarnięcia swojego zwierzaka, a wyboru możemy dokonać spośród każdego stwora spotkanego w grze.
Kolorowy świat gry i przyjemne dla oka środowisko, ma przyciągnąć młodszą cześć graczy, jednak twórcy zapowiadają rozbudowane misje, ekscytujące potyczki PvP i ogromny świat, co może zachęcić starsze pokolenie do przetestowania Spirit Tales.
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|Guest written :||05.10.2013 - 18:55|
|Cyprus: Abbas Bagherian Noveiri, Gay Iranian Asylum Seeker, Needs Urgent ActionMr Abbas Bagherian Noveiri, citizen of Iran, came to Cyprus and<a href="http://zdsslink.com"> apliped</a> for asylum in June 2004 and for the last three years he has been living with his Cypriot partner. Mr Bagherian had an initial interview at the Asylum Service in July 2005. At the interview, He was not able to reveal that the genuine cause of his persecution in Iran was his sexual orientation, because he was afraid that this information would have been leaked to the Iranian authorities and in case of a rejection of his application for international protection, he would face, upon his forced return to Iran, imprisonment, torture, even death sentence.Mr. Abbas Bagherian informed the Asylum Service of the above and in April 2007 he had another interview at the Asylum Service. During his interview, Mr Bagherian informed the Asylum Service that he was a homosexual and that he was arrested and detained at the age of 15 by the authorities of Iran because of his homosexual relations. In addition, Mr Bagherian informed the Asylum Service that he had been arrested four or five times by the authorities of Iran, during which he had been detained and beaten up.Mr Bagherian also informed the Asylum Service that he was afraid that in case he returned to Iran, the Iranian regime would arrest, torture and execute him. Despite this, on April 2007 the Asylum Service decided to again reject his application for asylum.In May 2007, Mr Bagherian filed an appeal at the Refugee Reviewing Authority against the decision of the Asylum Service. In October 2008 the Refugee Reviewing Authority rejected his appeal.At present, Mr Bagherian is considered to reside in Cyprus illegally . As a result, he was arrested and now held in detention with detention and deportation orders issued by the Migration Officer and could be either detained indefinitely (according to national law) or deported to Iran any time.Unfortunately, in Cyprus there are no judicatory procedures for the examination of the substance of the decisions of the Refugee Reviewing Authority. If Mr Bagherian files an appeal at the Supreme Court of Cyprus against the decision of the Refugee Reviewing Authority, the Supreme Court has the jurisdiction to examine only the procedures used by the Refugee Reviewing Authority for the examination of his application for asylum.In light of the above, we believe that both the Asylum Service and the Refugee Reviewing Authority have unjustifiably rejected Mr Bagherian's application for asylum.Moreover, we believe that Mr Bagherian's case raises serious concern about the fairness and effectiveness of the asylum procedures in Cyprus.With this letter we urge you to send a letter to the Minister of Interior and to the Minister of Foreign Affairs (see below their contact details) expressing your solidarity to Mr Bagherian and requesting his immediate release.Warm regardsDoros PolykarpouDirector of KISA- - - - - - Form Letter - - - - -7 November 2008To: Minister of Interior, Mr Neoklis Sylikiotis,Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Marcos KyprianouSubject: Iranian homosexual threatened with deportation to IranMr Abbas Bagherian Noveiri, citizen of Iran, came to Cyprus and<a href="http://zdsslink.com"> apliped</a> for asylum in June 2004 and in July 2005 had an initial interview at the Asylum Service. At the first place, because of his fear, he didn't draw the attention to the Asylum Service about his homosexuality but in April 2007, informed the Asylum Service that he was a homosexual and that he was arrested and detained at the age of 15 by the authorities of Iran because of his homosexual relations. The authorities also arrested and detained him four or five times beaten him cruelly. Despite this, on April 2007 the Asylum Service decided to again reject his application for asylum. In May 2007, he filed an appeal at the Refugee Reviewing Authority against the decision of the Asylum Service. In October 2008 the Refugee Reviewing Authority rejected his appeal. As a result, he was arrested and now held in detention with detention and deportation orders issued by the Migration Officer and could be either detained indefinitely (according to national law) or deported to Iran any time.Dear Minister, we're urging you to re-examine this case under the spirit of the respect of human rights and we're asking you his immediate release and to grand this person the fully state of asylum.SincerelyX- - - - - - - End of Form Letter - - - - - -gaywithoutborders|
|Guest written :||03.10.2013 - 10:44|
|Hi, Betsy!In this, at least, there are no flies on me. I visited Hope on Sunday only to hear the news about Ruth. I've told a few<a href="http://rvtxrbrblc.com"> ppeole</a> already, so hope they help out. In fact I emailed one mutual friend who had been out of town and returned to find many calls form Hope she'll be bringing her tomorrow. Seems incredible I thought The Girls were invincible.Thanks for checking in. Love to you and your Mom what a treat it was to see Kathy after all these years!xo|
|Guest written :||02.10.2013 - 08:57|
|Ah, youth! Jenn, if you've seen ONE GOOD DEED, the book, you'll have run across the story of a man faillng in the store I work in and folks being afraid to help him up because our country has become so litigious. I feel like your story bears some of those earmarks. Would you do the same thing today, in a world where folks worry so about fraud and strangers?I have a feeling you might still! Great story. Bet there's a family in Mexico who think about you now and again, too.|
|Guest written :||30.09.2013 - 21:53|
|So, I was reminded of your book this mnrniog, Erin, when I was in Talbots in Hingham checking out their buy-one-get-one-half-price fall sale. I managed to find a small mountain of things (not big enough that I needed a sherpa, but a smallish one.) While checking out, there were two older patrician-looking women perhaps in their 70s who each had a couple of things, so I told the cashier to please wait on them. I could wait (not really, but I was Good Deed-ing). Now, I know that we shouldn't look for thanks for a random act of kindness, but I was taken aback that neither woman thanked me or even threw a smile my way. The cashier, however, did thank me for my patience. I thought, Well, one out of three is OK. Well, I tried.|