Edit- if I somehow win, I don't need the prize. Hand it to someone else please! :)
COWBOYS AND DEMONS-
Set in the old west, a skilled cowboy known only as "Jack" leads a violent gang of criminals across America, working for a powerful crime empire known as "The Black Revolver", composed of corrupt sheriffs, cowboys, and wealthy men. Jack's gang carries out missions for two things: money and fame. Jack, however, does not care for either. The Black Revolver threatens his son, who is actually mentally ill in reality, but is seen as possessed by a demon by all, including Jack. While Jack loves his son, he also fears him, seeing that he believes a demon lurks in him. But perhaps the demon is actually in Jack. Jack comes from a tormented childhood, filled with betrayal and pain. Jack's wife, the only thing that made him feel love for life, died under mysterious causes, forcing Jack into a constant mood of sadness and anger. Jack only lives to protect and raise his son. One day, Jack is promised a "final job", and that the empire will give him and his son freedom if he completes it. Jack and his gang is instructed to find and enter a rumored "lost city" out somewhere in the desert, and recover a mysterious amulet for the Black Revolver. Unknown to Jack and his crew, this city is lost for a reason- a violent massacre occurred. One which is said to have been done by evil "demons". If Jack wants his and his son's freedom, he will have to enter the city, and battle these demons....though the greatest battle might be against his own demons. "
They have grown impatient. It has been century upon century since they have been praised. Once upon a time they were worshiped and revered fervently. Not a moment went by that dozens of prayers fed them the sustenance they so desperately craved. Now they have been usurped by this creature named "God" and they think that it has come time to remind the humans of their power and who they should truly fear. To begin there lesson they will start with the infant nation known as "America" . The majority of the gods, driven by insanity, are very ready to move forward with the plan, mother god Isis however can not help but feel sympathy for her 'children' and feels she must assist them against her godly brethren. Set in The Ol' West the main character is a mysterious Nubian man hailing from Africa, who has been running from his past since he first learned to walk.(his past is he is a demi-god, the bastard child of Ra with no memory of his entire life because he can only remember 99 years or so at a time). He is the first to be contacted by Isis due to his godly essence and as the story unfolds his powers by birthright slowly reveal themselves. Even with the turn of Isis and the assistance of Iabi-Akori(Nubian) is the indomitable human will enough to end the ancient Egyptian threat or will the human race be wiped out to be replaced by a race that will not soon forget the punishment of the first?
may seem like a cop-out but I really do believe in both equally. I have a strong faith in God and Jesus but honestly believe the Bible just a book full of stories that man made up to describe things they felt they couldn't comprehend and science begins where religion ends and vice-versa.
either a boxer or a harlequin great dane I suggest female either way because males can be real bastards as in they are hard-headed, difficult to train, and think they run everything unless you are really strict (which can take some of the fun out of owning the dog) Oh yeah weimaraners are also really smart, easily trained, and incredibly loving but really really really really really don't get a male.
" @hydrabob: while I agree that the conditions for our survival were a long shot, statistically speaking given the size of the universe there should be quite a few planets with conditions just like earth and should be more than capable than developing life. Now I'm not saying that they will be what we deem "intelligent life" but it is also very possible that there is life above and beyond anything on our planet. Also whose to say for life to exist it needs to be under the conditions of earth. A planet could be the opposite of earth and still develop life, but just adjusted to that atmosphere. So to me there i sjust to many chances at life existing for it just to be us. "
True there might be multiple planets with similar Earth conditions, due to the vastness of the universe, but a planet developing life? "