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Think only pirates, time travelers, vampires, and bears can smash bases? Well get ready to be taught a lesson in the nicest way possible!Pretty Pretty Smash Up brings the sweetest factions ever to the vicious fight for victory! Kitty Cats use their incredible cuteness to take control of enemy minions. Princesses ply their royalty, beauty and even their love to get their way. Fairies fickle tricks give you options like never before, while the herds of Mythic Horses work together for dominance. Get ready: your opponents will never know what hit them!Pretty Pretty Smash Up brings four entirely new factions to the Smash Up game world. These adorable creatures are more than just pretty faces, they are powerful cards that will integerate seamlessly into your existing Smash Up sets. Get ready for Zombie Princesses, Robot Cats, and more!
Fellow Captains,The lessons we´ve learned on the road from Phantom League to Pilot Academy:* Deeper immersion to the story and world* Tactics to the battle system* Strategies for Player vs Player play* And more of everything was pretty much the order from overwhelming majority of Captains of the Phantom League.Pilot Academy delivers all of that, but in a package that you can use as a whole or cherry pick the parts you like.The new Galactic Balance and Surface Missions offer two new ways to gain Recognition, providing wider in game career variations and deeper immersion in the world. A tactical battle system allows for battles with a greatly reduced luck factor. A tactic well implemented allows a weak foe to fight any enemy. This, combined with Escape rules that actually work toward making Escape a possible, even if costly, option to all ships creates a unique battle system.For the bloodthirsty, you´ll love the new blockading rules, which were included as ´optional´ earlier on and had been incomplete. No more waiting for the ducks to fly to you, being a pirate has never been this good. We have also included game aids we and some of our players have deemed helpful.With Pilot Academy, Phantom League can finally live up to its legacy and become the ´Elite´ board game we aimed to create some years back. It took a lot of work and help from you, we are indebted. Fly with grace and courage.Over and out
Dieses Heft bringt in progressiver Anordnung beliebte Originalstücke der klassischen Klaviermusik. Es dient nach Abschluß der Methode als Grundlage des weiteren Unterrichts.This volume contains popular original pieces of classical piano music in progressive order. It can be used alongside volume 3 of the piano method ´Piano Kids´ (ED 8303) and, after completion, serves as a basis for further lessons, although it can also be used as a practical supplement to any other piano method.Instrumentation:pianoAus dem Inhalt:J.-P. Rameau: Menuett et rondeau - L. Mozart: Menuett - F. le Couppey: Melodie, aus ABC du Piano, Nr. 28 - W.A. Mozart: Menuett KV 2 - C. Petzold: Menuett BWV Anh. 114 - C. Franck: Les plaintes d´une poupée - F. Schubert: Ecossaise op. 18/4, D 145 - J. Krieger: Bourrée - G.P. Telemann: Gigue - J. Pachelbel: Fuga - Unbekannter Komponist: Polonaise BWV Anh. 119 - C. Gurlitt: Valse noble op. 210/17 - C. Gurlitt: Kleine Sorgen, aus op. 201/17 - C. Gurlitt: Gavotte op. 210/9 - J.F. Reichardt: Schäfers Klage - A. Gretchaninoff: Nach dem Balle - A. Gretchaninoff: Das kranke Kätzchen aus op. 119 - R. Schumann: Wilder Reiter op. 68/8 - P.I. Tschaikowsky: Italienisches Lied op. 39/15 - F. Burgmüller: Leise Klage op. 100/16 - F. Kuhlau: Sechs Variationen über ein österreichisches Volkslied op. 42/1 - W.A.Mozart: Menuett F-Dur KV Anhang B - M. Clementi: Sonatine op. 36/1 - L. van Beethoven: Sonatine F-Dur - J.S.Bach: Invention C-Dur - J.S. Bach: Präludium BWV 939 uvm.
In the tradition of French Children Don´t Throw Food and Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, a clarion call and practical guide for a return to rational parenting, following the Germans´ common sense approachAn entertaining, enlightening look at the art of raising self-reliant, independent children based on one Mum´s experiences in Germany.´Warm and companionable . . . I closed Achtung Baby feeling more relaxed and confident. While both my kids were up a tree.´ - Helen Brown, Daily MailWhen Sara Zaske moved from Oregon to Berlin with her husband and toddler, she was surprised to discover that German parents give their children a great deal of freedom. In Berlin, kids walk to school by themselves, ride the subway alone, cut food with sharp knives and even play with fire. German parents did not share her parental fears and their children were thriving. Was she doing the opposite of what she intended, which was to raise capable children?Through her own family´s often funny experiences as well as interviews with other parents, teachers, and experts, Zaske shares the many unexpected parenting lessons she learned from living in Germany. Achtung Baby reveals that today´s Germans know something that other parents don´t (or have perhaps forgotten) about raising kids with ´selbstandigkeit´ (self-reliance), and provides many new and practical ideas parents everywhere can use to give their own children the freedom they need to grow into responsible, independent adults.Part memoir, part an essay on parenting, Zaske´s book is furnished with ample statistics and research . . . Zaske is equally perceptive when probing delicate and complicated topics Fani Papageorgiou Times Literary SupplementZaske, SaraSara Zaske is an American writer who lived in Berlin for six and half years. Her articles on her family´s experiences in Germany have appeared on Time.com, The Times, and Germany´s largest Sunday paper, Bild am Sontag. She now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two children.