An arc is the internal change the hero goes through in a story. It can be positive change of character — a happy ending - or a negative or no change — which gives us a tragedy.
The main character on "V For Vendetta" has an arc. She goes from being a normal everyday kind of a girl to a revolutionary.
The new Idiots in the Park arc is hillarious!
A chapter in a story.
Did you read the new arc in "Jack"?
Advanced reader copy. A free, not-quite-final version of a book often distributed to reviewers or book convention attendees.
I loved getting to read an ARC of the next book of the series, but there were a bunch of typos in it.
Attack Retrieve Capture (ARC) is a multiplayer, 2D computer game originally created by Hoopy Entertainment in the mid 1990s. The game is primarily capture the flag (CTF), but other game modes exist. In the 2-team CTF mode, each team is trying to capture the other's flag(s). Players pilot small ships equipped with 4 types of weapons: lasers, missiles, bouncy lasers, and grenades.
There are two to four teams (green, red, blue, and yellow). Each player pilots a ship of his or her team's color. The ships move around a plane. There are obstacles which the ships cannot pass through (walls, areas with no floor, etc.)
Capture the Flag
In "Capture the Flag" mode, a team wins by bringing the other team's or teams' flags to their own flagpost corresponding to the color of the flag. A team may have multiple flags. There are also neutral flags, which are white. A player carrying a flag moves more slowly than normal; also, he or she cannot use a teleporter or move "against" a conveyor belt.
If a player drops a team flag (not white), a player from that team or another opposing team can pick up the flag after a few seconds. If a player touches their own dropped flag or the flag is left alone for a certain time, the flag is returned to its home post immediately. Neutral flags do not return by themselves.
In "switch" or "button" mode, the map has one or more switches on it. A player "claims" a switch for their team by t...
The male act of slowly backing up while urinating into a toilet in order to aim slightly upward and achieve a half-circle appearance of urination into stated receptacle.
-"Hey, you spent a lot of time in there, what were you doing?"
-"I mastered the arc"