God Machine - Scenes From The Second Storey.rar ((BETTER))
The play begins in a factory that makes artificial people, called roboti (robots), whom humans have created from synthetic organic matter. (As living creatures of artificial flesh and blood rather than machinery, the play's concept of robots diverges from the idea of "robots" as inorganic. Later terminology would call them androids.) Robots may be mistaken for humans and can think for themselves. Initially happy to work for humans, the robots revolt and cause the extinction of the human race.
God machine - scenes from the second storey.rar
The Tatami Galaxy follows an unnamed third-year student at Kyoto University, using parallel universes as a plot device to explore how his life would have differed had he joined a particular student society (called a "circle" in Japan). The majority of the series' episodes follow the same basic structure: the protagonist joins a circle as a freshman, but is disillusioned when the activity does not lead to the idealized "rose-colored campus life" he dreamed of. He meets Ozu, another student, whose encouragement sets him on a mission of dubious morality. He becomes close to Akashi, a second year engineering student, and makes a promise to her, usually of and within a romantic subtext. He encounters a fortune teller, who cryptically informs him of an opportunity "dangling" in front of his eyes; this prompts him to remember a mochiguman keychain lost by Akashi and recovered by the protagonist, which he leaves hanging from a pull switch in his apartment and perpetually forgets to return to her. The dubious mission ends poorly for the protagonist, causing him to bemoan the state of his life and wonder how things would have differed had he joined a different circle. Time rewinds, and the subsequent episode depicts the protagonist once again as a freshman, joining a different circle.
While Vox Machina was in Whitestone to face the Briarwoods, Pike suddenly appeared to fight with them. Sarenrae granted her an astral projection, a glowing form warm to the touch but not entirely solid. With no time to explain, she jumped into a horde of skeletons, angelic wings shooting from her back for a split-second. They flapped once then dispersed into feathers. She later landed the final blow on a giant, disintegrating him with divine energy.
Each track in this set is listed in its original language. When a recording was sung in a language other than the original, that title is listed immediately after in parentheses. Subtitles are given in brackets. In those instances when operatic arias or scenes were recorded over two or more sides, we have generally opted to present the entire selection as one track point, listing all matrix and catalog numbers. For example, the Coronation Scene from Boris Godunov, recorded on two sides, is listed here under one track. In one instance only did we decide to present a three-sided scene as three separate tracks: the Scene in the Duma from the 4 July 1928 Covent Garden performance of Boris Godunov, CD 10, Tracks 15, 16, and 17; this would have been difficult to list as one track because of changes in language between Italian and Russian. 350c69d7ab