Chess or Checkers – Part 2 Checkers

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We will now talk about checkers. Checkers is a game of flat pieces that you move around. It has been around for over 5,000 years. Checker Rules You can only move diagonal with the pieces. When you eat your opponents piece, you have to jump over a character, but you can double eat and triple […]

Chess or Checkers – Part 1 Chess

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Chess or checkers, what would do you prefer? In this series we will explore them. Chess is a game where you have to checkmate the king. The Pawn The player pieces of chess are the pawn, queen, king, rook, horse, and bishop. The pawn moves forward 2 steps on the first play, and then one […]

Be On A Pokemon Card

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I can fix up a Pokémon card customized for you. Answer these questions in the comments: What mythical creature do you like best? Dragon Giant Spider Unicorn Fairy Sea Serpent Phoenix What two attack names do you want your Pokémon to have? Do you want yours to be cute or epic? Should it be unstoppable? […]

Dragon Crossroad: This Is A Dragon?

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Apparently humans think THIS is a dragon. Just to prove my point, here are my verdicts: A Komodo “Dragon” looks like this: And I look like this: See the difference? Although we look different, there are some similarities. A Komodo dragon is 10.3 feet long (3.13 m), 154 pounds (70 kg), but goes only about […]

Dragon Crossroad: Prey Facts

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In Australia, dragons like to snack on kangaroos (Sorry to all the kangaroo lovers out there).  They run at a blazing 43 miles per hour (69 kilometers per hour). But getting a whole 100 pounds of meat is anything but a chore. In the olden days, when there were more farmers than grass, a dragon […]

RPotD?

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RPotD stands for Role Play of the Day, which was a popular thing to do on the old KidzNet. All one does is suggest a scenario in the post, and others continue the story in the comments, acting as themselves and usually using this format: *friendly* Hello *does something* But other formats are fine. I’ll […]