neutral good is an alignment in D&D representing creatures of neutral "law vs chaos" axis and morally good aligned in the "good vs evil" panteon. Creatures of this alignment take a mid-instance, and define that neither too much chaos nor too much law is beneficial to the whole, as they are mere tools to bringing happiness to the greatest number of possible creatures.
Bahamut is the lawful good variant of a dragon, whereas the cooper-dragon, a common version, is generally neutral good in alignment.
A chinese-developed game with a gameplay similar to Team Fortress 2
, with similar classes, but remodeled and reworked as to create entirely new scenarios and different maps, the game is different in every way, but mockingly has been called a rip-off.
Final Combat "Meet The Rocket" and "Meet the Sniper" features new characters, killing their own teammates.
Don Lothario is a character from the sims 2 and the sims 3 that is a very romantic and rather hot-headed individual. He has two girl friends in The sims 2 and in the sims 3 is thought he has teleported somewhere in the past to live more romantic adventures. His traits are hot-headed,charismatic,commitment issues,romantic and schmoozer.
Don Lothario is dressed in a purple shirt and jeans with leather shoes in The Sims 2, and a orange shirt in Sims 3, with a beard and pompadour hair.
A byproduct of customs and morals, derived where formality is already "dead" or out-dated and, popularly, seens to prevent progress or simply kills usable time with something unimportant.
Tying ties for special occasions such as a job interview or marriages with the Double-windsor knot is a formality just as much as using a Three piece suit with three buttons and single breasted.
A fifth column is a group of people who clandestinely undermine a larger group such as a nation from within. A fifth column can be a group of secret sympathizers of an enemy that are involved in sabotage within military defense lines, or a country's borders. A key tactic of the fifth column is the secret introduction of supporters into the whole fabric of the entity under attack.
Bobby: Not ironically, Fifth Columnist rhymes with Filthy communist.
Joe: You got me there, Bobby, I have no idea.
Bobby: Yeah, right.