Go forward and jump over other gaps and on last gopher and the end of the level will be reached. Speed forward all the way and only jump over blue shells and the gap behind the first blue that's it.
Since the platforms always slope the speed gained will always allow the handcart to get over the gaps safely. The end of the level will soon be reached. Jump over all tortoises on the flat ground.
Ahead is a tortoise on a small hill. Once a bit over the small hill jump and the rail cart will be sent over the tortoise. Go up a hill but slam on the brake at the top for there is anther bull.
Wait for it to fly up then go under it and over a lizard witch walks back and fourth. Go down the side of the hill with speed then go over the edge but don't jump.
Jump over many gophers that are on that platform. After the gophers is a lizard witch must be jumped over. Pick up the speed then jump over the side. If the jump was successful the end of the level will be reached.
Turn the rail cart around and go up a hill. Jump over two lizards and go down the side of the hill avoiding a skeleton bird. Pick up speed and the rail cart should go over a hill. Go under five tumbleweeds and across slippery track. Quickly jump over a gopher then slam on the brakes. There is a bull in front wait for it to fly. Then on the other side put on the brakes and wait for some gophers to go down. Go quickly across and the end of the level will be reached.
Go forward and jump over a lizard. Going forward onto some slippery track, jump and jump again if another gopher comes up. Keep going forward and try to hit the last boost arrow suspend in the air. Slam on the brakes and wait for the bull to lift up. Go under it but be sure to jump over a boost arrow and a gap. Jump over a lizard and avoid the skeleton birds tossing eggs. Some more boost arrows will be found up ahead. Put on the break for a bull is up ahead. After going past the bull avoid a locust and tortoise and another locust and two more tortoises.
Go down the side of the hill and put on the brake. Wait for the bull to fly and go fast under it for there is a train in this level. Go up a hill and under a tumbleweed. Avoid the skeleton birds and jump over two gophers. When going down the side of the hill put on the brake and wait for a gopher to go down into it's hole.
Now go down the slope and wait for the bull to fly up. After the bull has flown up go underneath it and jump over a lizard. Put on the brake again and wait for a tumbleweed to pass or go under it. Go up the hill then down it but stop frequently for gophers are at the top middle base. After going past those gophers stop and go past a bull. Keep going and more gophers will be encounter. After going past the final bull the end of the level will be reached.
Pick up great speed then jump over the edge. Landing pick up speed again and the rail cart should land on a flat platform. Go forward but there is no need to pick up any more speed. Some boost arrows should send the rail cart over the remaining gaps. After landing on a area with no gaps go up a hill and jump over two gophers. Going down the slope refrain from jumping until there is a flat gap.
Jump over it and the end of the level will soon be reached. Switch direction and go forward and jump over a hole containing a gopher. Go and again jump over a hole containing two boost arrows. Jump over another gap that has a tortoise in it. The next hole jump quickly over it for it contains a bull. The next platform jump over also for it is a bottomless pit. After that gap go forward and over a gap but don't jump put on the brake and switch directions then switch it back.
This will get rid of a skeleton bird up ahead. Public pools? Doctor weighs in on what will be safe to do this summer. If you didn't want it, then it was okay with him. And, they will do so in a mobile home on the road.
It's one more wrinkle from a pandemic that changes us a little more with every passing day. As Black buying power grows, racial profiling by retailers remains persistent problem. Click to expand. Terminator Genisys : The timeline from the original Terminator movie goes fully off the rails when both a shotgun-wielding T appears for the first Terminator at the observatory, and Sarah Connor rams the storefront and the T in an armored truck and then steals Kyle Reese's line. Get Over It is a high school retelling of A Midsummer Night's Dream , and the finale is a production of the play itself taking the place of the wedding tableau from the source material.
Berke is the Lysander equivalent who has been pining for the Hermia equivalent, and in turn is pined after by the Helena equivalent. He has a realization towards the end of the movie and during the play where they're all playing the corresponding parts he improvises and changes the ending - to have Lysander end up with Helena instead.
The book The Munchkin's Guide to Power Gaming features another hypothetical example, in which a GM wants the players to go into a dungeon, but 'all they want to do is find out what's down the road from the dungeon entrance'.
Honor Harrington telegraphs much of the plot if you understand what the story is based on. Then someone goes ahead and nukes Napoleon Then the Chosen One gets bonked on the head, and it's up to her friend who was, according to the prophecy, the " funny sidekick " to go on the long, epic, Fetch Quest -filled journey.
Except, after the first one, she decides Correctly 'I don't have time for this shit,' gets the Un-Gun, and becomes the Unchosen One. The ending of The Hunger Games. Katniss caused an Off The Rails scenario by convincing Peeta into a Suicide Pact rather than have them fight to the death, thereby denying the Capitol their Victor and creating two martyrs instead.
The simulation is intended to railroad the officer taking it into death to see how they react under pressure, but sometimes unusual things happen that the programmers didn't think of. Montgomery Scott attempted a technobabble trick that worked fine on paper and therefore apparently in the simulator, but was impossible in reality. The computer essentially declared Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies , and Starfleet Academy rerouted Scotty from command track to engineering, which was what he wanted all along.
And a funny thing about the Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies scenario is how long it would have taken: Scotty would need to sleep eventually In Star Trek: New Frontier , Mackenzie Calhoun chooses to Shoot the Hostage , reasoning that the crew of the civilian ship was either A already dead, B would prefer death to Klingon captivity, or C were traitors working with the Klingons to trap him. In the novel Sarek , Kirk's nephew Peter beat an updated version of the simulation that used the Romulans by challenging the opposing captain to a ritual duel, forcing the other ships to stand by while the duel took place and allowing his crew to rescue the civilians on the Kobayashi Maru.
Peter notes that in this case, it is a no-win scenario, but only for him. The short story "Til Death" says that Will Riker had a space suit brought to him so that he could personally fight the enemy ships. In Tackylocks and the Three Bears , Tacky and the others do a play for a group of penguin schoolchildren. Tacky eats all the porridge rather than only Baby Bear's and falls asleep in the beds after rumpling them and dislodging the set dressing.
When his friends finally wake him up, he initiates a pillow fight. However, the penguin children actually find this far more entertaining than if the show had gone as planned. One of the girls is a long time fan of the book who knows the plot like the back of her hand, and the other is an Alpha Bitch who doesn't willingly read anything but magazines.
Guess which one is mistaken for and must replace the Chosen One and which one is thought to be her handmaiden? You're given numerous opportunities to try and derail his plot, but if you want to succeed at it you have to pick carefully; some choices lead to him throwing tantrums and trying to retcon away your actions. Do it right though, and you can do stuff like having Hamlet shoot himself out of a cannon or travel back in time to bang his past self.
The Whatever After series is about a girl and her brother getting sucked into various fairy tales by a Magic Mirror , accidentally fracturing the plot of these fairy tales, and having to make sure that the characters still get their happy ending before they can go back home.
For example, the first book has them stop Snow White from eating the poisoned apple, only to belatedly realize that this means that Snow won't meet her prince and they have to figure out a way to get them to still meet and defeat the Evil Queen before she can ruin things.
In I Favor The Villainess , protagonist Rei Taylor is transported into the world of her favourite otome game, and is no longer constrained by the original choices. Combined with her prior knowledge and incredible intelligence, she pointedly ignores the three original Prince love interests, and instead chases after The Rival character, Claire, actively preventing or preparing against numerous tragedies and major events along the way.
Live-Action TV. The entire world of Supernatural appears to be run like a massive RPG, with God as the GM and all of the other characters as the players. God remains behind the scenes while everybody else navigates the various challenges and levels of His campaign.
However, knowing that He exists and is ignoring everybody has led to virtually all the characters trying to either trash the whole setting out of spite, or else abandoning the idea that there is any kind of divine plan and just doing whatever they want.
For His part, God is letting this all play out. But He does meddle to make sure that the key players Dean, Sam and Castiel are never permanently killed, which might end the game. The episode "Scoobynatural" has this happen in-universe. Amongst other things, the suspects from the actual episode get brutally murdered by the ghost early on , Shaggy breaks his arm in a fall, Dean keeps trying to get laid with Daphne, and Mystery Inc very nearly go mad from the revelation that paranormal things are real.
This Robot Wars fight. A 4-way free-for-all begins with House Robot Shunt getting flipped onto its side in the first five seconds of the match. Hilarity Ensues from there. Yes, that last one is true. The result is eventually decided when two robots suicide into the pit , leaving what's left to move on.
Another match involved a one-on-one fight between two robots. One won almost immediately, flipped both House Robots and was only caught out by the Flipper randomly going off midmatch.
The numerous times when Razer celebrated winning a match by trying to destroy one or both of the House Robots. It managed it in the Southern Annihilator. Poor Matilda. As such, characters In-Universe would occasionally go Off the Rails by doing things that seemed logical to them but didn't make sense within the simulation.
Instead of following the plot, Seven takes the most logical route, opens a convenient hatch on the robot, and pulls out its wiring. Robot: Citizen of Earth, surrender! Do not resist! Seven: I am Borg. Rips out wiring Robot: Deactivating Surrrennndurrr Janeway: Master da Vinci doesn't like visitors after midnight. Seven: He protested. I deactivated him. Q: You hit me! Picard never hit me!
Sisko: I'm not Picard. Wayne: after the game It's hard to spell at beats per minute! You're confused by their names, because they all sound like questions! Richie : "You know my great watch gag? Well I've forgotten to put it on.
Niles: Okay, that's it. Never mind all that. I'm just going to take this gun off the table. Could the McCallister sisters stand back to back? I'm short on bullets. Roz: Mithuth Thorndyke. Niles: Thank you. Wing's hat And, of course, one final bullet for myself, so the mystery will die with me. Niles taunts Frasier HA. A slight one occurs in The Fallen Gods when the party goes to the basement of the Tower in Palanthis instead of the top like DM Alan had hoped, leading to them discovering a series of portals to different planes.
A major one happens a few episodes later inside the Tower of Lunitari where instead of going through a portal to return to Mara, they throw the wizard who opened the portal through instead. This is the name of the game all over the place in Interstitial Actual Play. The biggest example, though, probably occurs during the Reality and Other Falsehoods one-shot. Tony Hawk fades from existence, forcing Riley to create a new character in the second episode.
They choose Piccolo, and thus Wheels changes the final boss to Perfect Cell. Having retrieved a magical glass orb and an Infinity -1 Sword they attempt to have them identified before returning them to the quest giver. Since formal identification turned out to be too expensive one player decided to learn more about the orb by dropping it on the ground to see if it smashes.
It did. Having failed the quest the players decided that they might as well ignore the quest giver and wander off with the powerful weapon. The GM sends an assassin after the party who seemed to be powerful enough to have killed them all in a fair fight, but they somehow manage to trip her and then pin her underneath an unconscious party member whilst impaling her through the arm.
The following week the GM gave up on heavily planned quests and kept preparations brief since it was clear that his players were too unpredictable to railroad. Pro Wrestling. The scripted nature of a live performance like professional wrestling can lead to this happening often.
While it's rare for a performer to completely Go Into Business For Himself the kayfabe term for it , because they'll be most likely fired and blackballed; injuries, ring and prop malfunctions, etc.
This can happen in promos too, with the wrestler forgetting what their points were and going off on tangents; these can be made worse if they are talking to someone else and they just go with it. But Batista accidentally sent himself over the ropes with Cena, causing them both to hit the floor at the exact same time. Cena, Batista and the referees improvised an argument about who won until Vince McMahon came down to the ring to restart things with just the two of them.
Incidentally, McMahon would also tear both of his quadriceps getting into the ring, resulting in a Game-Breaking Injury for him. The "Phantom Submission Match", of November 22nd His entire run was a transparent ploy to lure Bruno back on TV. If Bruno was in his son's corner, David was pushed to the moon; if he wasn't, David was buried.
Eventually David got tired of this treatment and decided to quit as decisively as possible. On the match in question, he quickly tapped out to a bearhug from Jobber Ron Shaw, forcing the referee to declare Ron the winner or break Kayfabe by refusing to accept David's unscripted submission. Naturally he was fired shortly after. Another example is the infamous "Brawl For All" boxing tournament. Although the whole point of the tournament was that it was a "shoot", with non-scripted finishes, the winner of the tournament Bart Gunn claims that the WWF had all but anointed "Dr.
Death" Steve Williams as the champion behind the scenes, including paying him the prize money after the first round. Gunn alleges that he was asked to job to Williams and refused. He legitimately knocked Williams out and won the tournament, and claims his 35 second loss by knockout at Wrestlemania to Butterbean an actual boxer and subsequent firing was a punishment for screwing up the plan.
A prop malfunction combined with a difficult to see out of mask led the wrestler to trip over the set during his debut on live TV. The character was hastily rewritten from being a complete bad ass to being a somewhat clumsy comedy character. John Cena 's rap improvisation during a Halloween skit while he was dressed as Vanilla Ice led them re-writing his character from generic tough young dude to a white rapper, which evolved to his current megastar persona.
Not bad for a guy who was probably a few weeks from being cut by the WWE. If a wrestler suffers a serious injury that means he cannot safely continue e.
Bret Hart breaking his ribs in a match with Dino Bravo , becomes concussed and therefore can no longer take instructions or pull his punches, or is otherwise impaired, his opponent needs to end the match immediately for both their sakes, regardless of the planned finish. Popular methods include pinning him for real, getting themselves disqualified, or getting one of them counted out this is the favoured method in title matches, since titles can only change hands on a pin or submission.
Perfect, aka Curt Hennig. Taylor very obviously blows out his knee during an exchange, and moments later Hennig is forced to hit the Perfectplex out of nowhere for the finish. This loses a star for me. And Ozzy doesn't really gain anything from this book. It's just another less than flattering account of his early days of m This was an enjoyable read.
It's just another less than flattering account of his early days of madness. Rudy's story was great though. And he provides excellent insight into Randy Rhoads. Rhoads didn't like flying; he should've kept with his instinct and said no. Rudy writes of Randy's plans after one final album with Ozzy and it was just devastating to read this.
This alone is what catapulted the book right back to five stars for me. This book celebrates Randy and really captures an exact point in music history. Feb 27, Randee rated it it was amazing Shelves: rock-roll-saved-my-soul. We should all have as good a friend as Rudy Sarzo. Talk about a memorial with heart. In writing about how great his friend and band mate, Randy Rhoads, was; Rudy's own greatness is revealed. I cannot recall the last time I've been so touched by a eulogy. As anyone who knows me, knows I'm a guitar freak.
A metal head. Nothing makes my heart beat harder than the wail of a guitar and those who make the six strings obey and bend to their command. Rhoads was one of the very best. And it still k We should all have as good a friend as Rudy Sarzo. And it still kills me that he tragically died in an airplane crash at Rudy is no slouch, himself, as a bassist. I like the fact that his love and admiration for Randy shows through on every page.
I like that he didn't trash the Osbourne's. I like that he wears his heart on his sleeve, that he's humble, that he's cool enough to express his gratitude to God without sounding like a phony. This is a testimony from a great man and musician about another great man and musician for a brief and shining moment in the annals of eternity.
And how blessed we all were to hear Randy Rhoads play guitar for a few years. View 1 comment. Mar 01, Dave Williams rated it really liked it. If you are a fan of Randy Rhoads, or the "Blizzard of Ozz," this is a must read. Rudy Sarzo isn't an author and the stories sometimes go "off the rails" themselves, however, he provides a unique insight that has been missing from the legend of this guitar hero.
The stories shared in this book are personal, enjoyable, and are easy to relate to. I had a wonderful time reading this book. Suprising This was a surprisingly well written book. It tells the story of Randy Rhoads one the most influential guitar players ever. It's written b y Rudy Sarzo who was the bass player for Ozzy while on the blizzard of Oz tour.
It's packed with dates and story's about what went on at many of the concerts and what the musicians and crew did in the different city's. Sadly it also includes what Rudy remembers of the day we all lost some of the best guitar players that ever lived who died in a plane Suprising This was a surprisingly well written book. Sadly it also includes what Rudy remembers of the day we all lost some of the best guitar players that ever lived who died in a plane that was crashed by a coked up pilot.
This includes many details that I had never known before about the crash such as the wording of the report from the local police and the one from the FAA, how he got these I have no idea. It also goes on to talk about trying to find someone that could fill Randy's shoes so the could finish the tour.
If you like heavy metal music and you've ever wondered what really goes on behind the scenes then this is a great book to read, full of details and dates and story's that are entirely believable. This book is for all Randy Rhoads fans who wanted to know about a great guitar player who died before he could become that prodigy on guitar.
Rudy talks about how he came to America from Cuba and started playing bass for Quiet Riot Randy's band before it became famous and taken over by Kevin Dubrow when Randy left. Randy played for two Ozzy albums and had Ozzy to bring his old bandmate Rudy on board to play bass for him. Whenever he was touring he would always look up a classical guitar teacher to take a lesson which always turned out to be a fan and had to teach the teacher things and still paid for his lesson.
It's a very good read. Rudy was not a hard partier so I can't imagine how much Ozzy really remembers back then when he went looney from all the drugs and alcohol.Oct 11, · Play Off The Rails - Navigate your handcar safely.