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Lucas Dobre Biography, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth,Wiki, family & More
2020.09.01 08:35 mahmud11111Lucas Dobre Biography, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth,Wiki, family & More
Lucas Dobre Biography, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth,Wiki, family & More Lucas Dobre was born on 28 January, 1999 in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States. Lucas Dobre is 21 years old. He belongs to the Christian religion and Her Zodiac Sign Aquarius. Lucas Dobre Height 5 ft 8 in (175 cm) and Weight 64 Kg (142 Pounds). He has black color hair and Hazel color eyes. Her Father Name is Boz Mofid , Mother Name is Aurelia Dobre, Brothers Name is Marcus Dobre, Cyrus Dobre and Darius Dobre. Lucas Dobre is Unmarried and Girls Friends: Ivanita Tototlán Lucas DobreBiography Information Full Name: Lucas Dobre Nickname: Lucas Profession: Youtube Star Lucas Dobre Body Structure Information Height in centimeters: 175 cm Height in meters: 1.75 m Height in feet inche: 5 ft 8 in Weight : 64 Kg-142 lbs Eye Colour: Hazel Hair Colour: Black Lucas Dobre Personal life Information Date of Birth: 28 January, 1999 Age(asin 2019): 21 years Birth Place: Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States Zodiac Sign: Aquarius Hometown: Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States Nationality: American Religion: Christian Salary: $531,800 dollars Net Worth: $8.9 Mill. Lucas Dobre School And Collage information: School Name: South Hagerstown High School University: Not Known Educational Qualifications : Not Known Lucas Dobre Favorite Information Favorite Actor: Tom Holland Favorite Actress: Emma Stone Favorite Color: Blue, Red Favorite Food: Salad, Steak, Chicken Favorite Singers: Justin Bieber Favourite Car: Porsche 911 Favorite Movie: Star Wars Lucas Dobre Family Information Father Name: Boz Mofid Mother Name: Aurelia Dobre Brother Name: Marcus Dobre, Cyrus Dobre (Youtuber), Darius Dobre (Youtuber) Sister Name: N/A Lucas DobreMarriage,Girls Friends, Children Information Marital Status: Unmarried Marriage Date: N/A Affairs/Girls Friends: Ivanita Tototlán Wife Name: N/A Daughter Name: N/A Son Name: N/A Someting Read More Known Facts Lucas Dobre Does Lucas smoke?: Not Known Does Lucas drink Alcohol?: Yes He was born on 28 January 1999 in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States. His career as a YouTuber with his brother Marcus on 19th January 2011. He is of American Nationality. Lucas has a twin brother named Marcus. His Instagram account, he has 3.3 million followers. His Twitter account, he has 610k followers. His Facebook account, he has 931k followers. More info
2020.08.29 08:25 NCBarkingDogsFINAL DAY OF SIGNUPS - Pelothong - PLEASE READ THIS POST IN IT'S ENTIRETY! (Yes - All of it)
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2020.05.21 22:57 Theangel38Why a Zombies Standalone Should/Could happen, and how it would be executed.
Before I begin, none of what I'm saying is official, that should be obvious. I've been thinking of how a game like Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies (BOZ) could be executed ever since Zombies Chronicles was released (3 years ago btw) and now that I've been stuck at home I've had time to dedicate to this idea. If you want to skip straight to my idea, scroll down a bit. but I'm going to discuss the chances of a BOZ happening Why we would want a BOZ Assuming if we got a BOZ, it'd have remastered/"remade" versions of most but likely all Treyarch zombie maps. It was pretty obvious around Black Ops 3 that the community wanted to relive their classic BO1/BO2 zombie experiences on the current gen consoles. Treyarch responded to this gratefully and released Zombie Chronicles May 2017, which was a very successful DLC launch, even for a game that was meant to be dead since IW was released. Treyarch/Activision (For the sake of statistics, I'll mostly blame Activision on this) saw the nostalgia factor being a major selling point within Zombies, which ended up having us receive only remakes for the Aether story line within BO4. Which drove the community away, leaving us with a dry mouth. Why Activision would want a BOZ One word, Statistics The statistics show that the people are willing to purchase zombies only content. As mentioned earlier, Zombies Chronicles, released May 2017 on Black Ops III, a game that should've been set to the side for IW, ended up being a #1 DLC on PS4 for four months months, and still in top 10 for another 2.
(Statistics for October 2017 did not have Zombies Chronicles present) As shown in the pictures, Zombies Chronicles was a very successful launch, and this is only counting downloads. This DLC was so popular it got its own edition called "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Zombie Chronicles Edition I also looked into Google Trends to compare the search terms of "Call of Duty Zombies", "Call of Duty Multiplayer", and "Call of Duty Campaign" and labeled them to what was happening at that date. Note: The reason I did Pre-BO4 Reveal is because BO4 Zombies was put into a different position then the other modes, having to compete with Blackout
Not surprising that the search term for "Call of Duty Zombies" rules over everything else for close to 12 Years. Other Notes Eurogamer's Article "Treyarch: why Call of Duty Zombies isn't its own game" This article from 2015 explains on Treyarch's opinion of a standalone Zombies game. They believed that it wouldn't be continent, and it's nicer to allow players to seamlessly switch between the 3 modes. I believe their opinion was swayed by BO3 being the first COD game to have all gamemodes built into one .exe (Steam Version) which they mention this a lot during the article. Charlieintel's Article "Activision CEO says they have no plans to release a standalone Call of Duty Zombies game " This article was more recent, released in August 2017, this time stated by the higher-ups themselves, Activision. What they said was very similar to Treyarch's statement, where the 3 modes together with players switching between them worked out best. My idea for a BOZ Now, hear me out, who said a zombies only Call of Duty would feature a survival mode only? My point is, what if we had our normal zombies mode, multiplayer, and campaign, but all based off of zombies? Campaign You could easily make a campaign mode about the aether storyline (more or less damped version) having the player tour through certain maps, maybe the objectives can be easter egg steps for that map, hell maybe you get to actually play through some of the CGI cutscenes (I.E The Giant's intro cutscene). Gameplay is like a normal campaign, weapons you find you can keep, however there's a few twists. Zombies everywhere, like nightmares mode but more in your face. Just like zombies, you'll get points for kills. With these points you can buy mystery boxes for weapons and wallbuys and etc (Note: These prices are higher then it is in zombies, i.e mystery box could be like 3000 instead) On your screen (Like BO4 but less, terrible) are the outlines of the 4 OG perks (Jug, QR, Speed, and DT) and at the start they are inactive, however, around each map/chapter you go through will have the OG perk machines around. The twist is, the perks have tiers. For example, you buy Jug Tier 1/5 for 2500, and your health increases 20%. Each perk will have 5 tiers that costs more and more. The 5th tier of every perk will give a special ability, here's how I see it happening.
Juggernog: Each tier increases your health by 20%, 5th tier will give you a winter wall's effect (Widows Wine but BO4 version) and only have 3 charges
Quick Revive: Only 3 tiers, each tier gives you one revive, can only buy 3 revives per map/chapter, 3rd tier gives a nerfed dying wish effect
Speed Cola: Each tier will increase your reload speed by 10%, 5th tier gives you an electric cherry effect.
Double Tap: Each tier will increase your damage by 20%, 5th tier gives you an effect where kills in a chain will grant you a small damage bonus.
Each map will also have a wunderfizz machine that features perks like PHD, Deadshot, maybe even some BO4 perks like Timeslip or Victorious Tortoise. These are considered "bonus perks" and you can only have one at a time, though you can easily swap it out with other perks. Every time you go down all your perks will go down one tier, and you'll lose your bonus perk. This campaign will be Co-Op, supporting up to four players, each being assigned to a different character. If there isn't a player to take place of one of the characters, it'll be assigned to a bot. So on solo you'll be given a random character while the 3 other characters will be controller by bots. You start out on Mob of the Dead as the first chaptemap, this is essentially the tutorial chapter. Understandably this might seem like an odd choice, but think about it. This is a perfect atmosphere to get someone attached, a dark hell-like prision. To make things easier for the player you'll be assigned a random character that is not the weasel. While you're guided through the map by the tutorial, Weasel will do the afterlife tasks, and you'll essentially be building the plane. During your tour of the map, you'll be told to buy the box, buy Juggernog Tier 1, buy a wall weapon, basically teaching the player the gameplay mechanics. Once the tour is complete you build the plane and escape, once you arrive at the bridge, you'll be given a choice. You'll be in a first person cutscene (similar to Gorod Krovi with the hand pointing scene) where you're pointing a gun towards Weasel, two choices will appear on your screen, "Kill The Weasel" or "Trust the Weasel"
"Kill The Weasel" will basically be what it sounds like. After you shoot him the gang will hear the Demon Samantha laugh, Essentially you just chose to let the cycle continue, you'll play through all the maps up to Revelations, where the iconic screen will pop up saying "The Cycle Continues"
"Trust The Weasel" once you select this option, Weasel will continue talking about his plan until the gang is distracted, and Weasel uses the opportunity to kill everyone else. You chose to break the cycle. You'll play all the maps up to Zetsubo, but when you go to BOTD like in BO4, you'll be stuck there, difference between this and the other choice is that you get to play through Blood, Alpha, and Tag, but not Gorod and Revelations.
Ideally, the 2nd option isn't available until you've completed the cycle at least once. Multiplayer While I can't come up with much ideas for this, I imagine this multiplayer mode would be very similar to BO2. I can see some zombie maps being repurposed into multiplayer maps, maybe like a fixed up version of Town, or a modified version of Der Riese. I'm not much of a multiplayer guy so I'm taking ideas for this mode. Zombies Mode As everyone would want, this zombies would include most if not all treyarch zombie maps. Now this is where things get sketchy, as time has proven, making a zombies game is like Jenga, one move can fuck everything up. The basis of this zombies is set on 4 different modes, which i'll get more in-depth with later, but right now I'll discuss "Normal" and "Classic" which are the most important modes. Within the Normal mode, it's very similar to BO3. Gobblegums will return, leveling system, and weapon customization. The biggest change and new feature is, character selection. You're able to change the character you play as, which these characters can be unlocked via leveling up, or complete easter eggs depending on the character. Each of these characters have their own special ability/weapon. The difference between this and BO4's specialist system is that you aren't instantly given the ability, in order to gain your special ability you must walk up to the Pack-A-Punch and grab it. The reason you're required to unlock Pack-A-Punch is because on every map, unlocking PAP is a task that you usually do every game. The issue with BO4's specialist system is that you instantly gained your special weapon, which made the grind to become a "115-God" not apparent. The PAP requirement makes sure that players aren't OP from the start. All the characters that you can play will have quotes, and different special abilities/weapons. All players will start with the BO2 CIA character, who's ability is "Fire Bullets" which is like the freefire ability from WWII Zombies, but does infinite damage, and makes your bullets glow orange. The system for unlocking characters is very similar to BO3 Multiplayer's system for unlocking specialist. You'll be given a unlock token every level up, and you can use a few of those to unlock a certain character. For example, you can use 3 unlock tokens to unlock Primis Richtofen. Certain characters will have a level limit, and few characters can only be unlocked via easter eggs or achievements. Due to the character selection feature, Easter Eggs will be disabled within this mode, while I understand this may be a weird choice, I see it being the only good option, as for example completing the Der Eisendrache with Misty, Richtofen, Sal, and Russman would be weird. In the "Classic" mode, there is no character selection or specialist weapons (besides BO3 maps that already had a specialist weapon), Gobblegums are still present, and easter eggs are enabled. Another mode is called "Barebones" where there is no Gobblegums, character selection, specialist weapons, or anything that is outside the game, such as the BO2 bank. This is to emulate the old feel of BO1 that many players in the community crave for. The final mode is Custom Mutations from BO4, but with less restrictions, thats really all I can say about it. Hello, it's me the OP, I've been writing this for an entire week now, and just finishing on 5/21. I hope you guys like my concept and I'm willing to take any criticism and suggestions, and hell, if Treyarch is reading this, hmu ;).
many rounds in DayZ have unrealistic damage and/or ballistics. The ballistics in this mod are the best (we have the best ballistics). (450 Adams)
DayZ weapons shoot invisible bullets because the default ammunition was not given any projectile models! (with the exception of tracers, arrows, etc) This mod will fix that with detailed and accurately-dimensioned projectile models. If you take a screenshot at the right time you will be able to see your bullets flying.
DayZ ammo has very low-quality textures, typically 512x512. Gews Munitions textures are in full 4K.
DayZ ammo, unfortunately, has LODs (which stands for levels of detail). As objects get futher away, the quality of the model is reduced greatly (lower level of detail). This is a concession to consoles and the like, which do not have adequate power to display the full-quality models at all distances. Gews Munitions ammo does not have LODs and you get full quality 100% of the time.
Many more rounds will be introduced before release but I will not be doing ammo types that are available in other mods on the Steam Workshop. I think it's more important and a better use of my time to provide ammo types that the community is missing than ones that have already been covered by other modders. At this time there is no defined release date. Comments are welcome. Thanks for your interest!
2020.01.08 02:21 infodawgHoping for a Niners / 'Hawks matchup in the Conference Championship! SF native, dragged along to Seattle as a kid... I'm one of THOSE NFL fans...
TL;DR this post is not about stats, or any knowledge on my part about how the game works. It's not about who I hope wins. It's just a post about how much I enjoy football, and the impact its had on my life. Just a bit of context, I was born in the Bay Area, spent my childhood living on a cattle ranch up in Northern Sonoma County, waaay out in the sticks. Some of the best times of my life were spent there and I still remember looking down on the Pacific Ocean sparkling like a beautiful sapphire jewel. But things changed, my dad had to get work so we moved up to Kent Wa.. its the armpit of Washington State. I still get triggered just thinking about it, talk about a rough landing. Moving from the beautiful rolling Oak covered hills of Northern California's Coastal Range to a gray suburban desert jutted up against the monopolistic behemoth that was Boeing was tough. I like both teams. I like the 'Niners and I like the 'Hawks. I still remember back when I was just starting college, all the students would gather in the rec center at Evergreen, in Olympia Wa and we would watch football games together, Those were the days when the 'Niners were rolling hard over all comers, you had Montana & Rice. This was brains, not brawn in a sport known for spectacular and shocking violence. And then, on the other hand, we had the Seahawks. A team built for fan disappointment, located in the nether regions of America, in a land known more for logging and military bases than technology and coffee. A team that played inside a gigantic, concrete elephant, an echo chamber that made it the defacto loudest venue in the league. The Kingdome, named after the county where it was located, in typical Seattle no-nonsense fashion. A place where fans entered eternally hopeful and left dejected and crushed. This was a team that wouldn't have a truly successful season until more than 30 years after it was created. Back then, the idea of a Niners v Hawks rivalry would have been laughed at by everyone, most especially Seahawks fans. The idea that Chuck Knox could go up against Bill Walsh was laughable, more: it was ludicrous. Chuck was "Ground Chuck", not because he made delicious hamburgers, but because his idea of a risky game plan was to run the ball 75% of the time. This guy was gonna go up against Bill Walsh, as much mad scientist as football coach. A titan of the game whose strategic and tactical genius still influences every element of the game to this day, versus Chuck Knox, a dead-ringer attitudinally for Bill Belicheck, lacking only the skillset. I actually like checking out both subreddits, the Niners and the Hawks... I probably spend more time over on the Niners sub, actually. The Hawks subreddit, like Seattle, is a bit dark, still has a bit of a chip on its shoulder, even though we have Amazon, Microsoft, Vulcan, a thriving bio-engineering industry, and some of the worst traffic in America. I like the Niners fans, I love the intensity that they treat the rivalry with. I love that they hate us, and that they won't even tolerate us. I love that they call us the Toots, a nickname invented by one of their players' young child, and which means, the Farts. I love that they took Richard Sherman from us, because we didn't deserve him if we were going to let him walk. Understandably lately there have been a lot of trash talking on both subreddits, I tread lightly and I don't get into shit. I am one of the few Toots fans who is feeling very disapproving of Clowney right now. It is not ok with me that he dropped his leading shoulder to hit Wentz, even though some tacklers go after Russ Wilson the same way. I'm not at all ok with Clowney's poor showing. It put a stain on the game, it put a stain on the Hawk's win, and it put a stain on our fan base. I really do like the Hawks. When I was growing up I never imagined a day would come where we would be disdained by so many because we had reached the highest pinnacles of success, on our terms, with a massive chip on our shoulder. The idea of the Hawks winning a Superbowl was beyond my comprehension. When we finally did make it, to Detroit of all the cold, Hellish places to have a Superbowl, it was the darkest day of my life. I can still feel the intensity of that horrible loss. Of feeling like everyone in the world wanted the Steelers to win, including the referees. I still remember perennial misfit Seahawk Jerramy Stevens feeding the Steelers raw meat when he said that Jerome Bettis wasn't all that impressive. And years later, when Sherman had his unhinged interview with Erin Andrews on national TV, after his Immaculate Deflection against Michael Crabtree, I felt certain he was dooming us to repeating Detroit all over again. For me, football used to be life or death. But events in my life have mellowed me out over the past decade or so, I'm a lot more circumspect. Now when I watch the Hawks play, I just try to appreciate what they do, win or lose. I try not to think about the F-ing heartbreaking fan moments, like Matt Hasselbeck doing a Pee-Wee Herman impression during his first post-season game, in GB: "we want the ball and we're gonn wiiiiiiiiin!!!" broadcast live to the entire stadium in OT,, Or the the travesty that was Brian Bosworth... I try instead to think about the good times, and the happiness our team brings to the region. I'm more like a parent at a little league game these days. Everyone gets a trophy. Anyways, if you made it this far, thanks for reading. Rivalries are cool, but humans are cooler. The game is cool, but the people who made the game what it is are the best. And if we are lucky enough to see such an epic matchup, whoever wins, I will be cheering for them in the Superbowl.
2019.12.05 16:15 YorunoHotaruReevaluating ...hours with Omikron
When I heard ...hours back in 1999, it took me by surprise, and not the sweetest one. David seemed to give his audiences a loyalty test every decade, and to me, a relatively new fan of his 90's works, ...hours coming right after Outside and Earthling was probably the same as Let's Dance after Scary Monsters. Still, I was very enthusiastic about his online adventures. Bowienet! Bowieworld! Hello, Sailor! Of course, as soon as I learnt there was a game where Bowie (OK, Boz) was a character, I searched for a copy. Unfortunately, the only one I got was a pirated one and it refused to install on my computer. I still remember it required as many as three disks, they just kept loading and nothing happened. There's currently a discount on Steam, and right after Bowie's death the game was distributed for free. Yep, I installed it. The dated designs and gameplay don't put me off, I was quite a gamer in 00's so I'm okay with awkwardly moving rectangular characters. I'm still on my way to meet Boz, but there's New Angels Of Promise with altered lyrics as the opener, and there's Bowie's (!) illegal (!! ) concert (!!!) where Bowie's digital avatar channels Ziggy wearing tanga onstage (time to make a joke about Square Pants). Omikron made me hear ...hours songs in a new context where they seem stylistically relevant. On the album, they sounded too "normal", but in the game I can finally feel their "weird" edge. Wake up, people of Omikron, together we can win.
2019.10.24 23:01 kitchenbitch21Is my book worth money?
Hi, I recently came across a Charles Dickens book, A Tale of Two Cities (as says on spine of book), but it also includes Sketches by Boz. The book was published by The Mershon Company Press, Rahway, N.J (and this is the only thing it includes—there are no dates or any other type of information about the publication). Even more weird, the pages are all out of order. After a few blank pages, the book started out with a picture, page 35, the publishing company, then on the next page is page 34. 39 follows the table of contents, and not only that, but the pages are double printed and can be found further in the book. I’m not sure if this is worth money, but if anyone knows please message me.
2019.10.15 17:37 sithlord0121Dallas meetup this Saturday 10/19.
Date: October 19, 2019 Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm(ish) Location: Richardson Civic Center - Parks Room Address: 411 W. Arapaho Rd. Richardson, TX 75080 Hello mechanicalkeyboards, Reminder that the Dallas mechanical keyboard meetup is this Saturday (10/19). Update: we are at room capacity registered (90). I have closed registration. The event is still ongoing and open to the public, but all other rooms at the venue are used at the time. So if more people show up than we have room for, they will not be able to enter. I have received giveaway items from the following sponsors: WASD - WASD V3 TKL barebones with custom keycaps SignaturePlastic - 2 key cap sets. MechanicalKeyboards.com - Swag ZealPC - 2 Gift Cards badchad - daffy cap x3 Dixie Mech - deskmat x 2 Zap Cables
1 Coiled USB-C cable
3 cable kits
PrimeKB: -Duck Raven keyboard in silver -DSA Just Beige base set + full compatibility kit -70x 67g T1 switches -70x 65g T1 switches -70x 62g T1 switches If you are planning on attending, please fill out the registration form to help us get an idea of how many people are attending. The venue will allow Buying/Selling/Trades (B/S/T). However, buyer and seller will be the ones responsible for the transaction. Neither myself or the venue are responsible for the transactions. I have created a listings form if people want to get an idea. No guarantees. Schedule:
6:30PM doors open
8:00PM cut off for raffle registrtion
8:15PM raffle drawings and awards
8:30PM typing contest ends (tentative)
8:40PM typing contest award
9:30PM event ends
Register for the raffle at the time of the meetup. (Close at 8:00 PM, drawing at 8:15 PM)
One registration per person. (You will be removed from the raffle and banned from the raffle if you enter more than once. This is a free raffle and I have zero tolerance for that kind of behavior)
Must be present to win (within 5 minutes).
Some form of photo ID present to prove that you are the winner. (Since I probably won't know who you are)
A picture will be taken of the winner with their item (to be posted online)
How the raffle will be done:
List of giveaway items randomized on Random.org
List of attendees randomized on Random.org
List put together and winners announced. (If the winner is not present, the next person on the list wins the item in order.)
Bring your own keyboard (plug in to a computer for the contest, and type away)
Typing of the Dead: Overkill - survival mode. One entry per person. Choose your keyboard carefully.
Person with the highest score wins. In case of a tie, accuracy will be tiebreaker. If same high score and accuracy, best combo score wins.
Winner gets a pretty trophy.
There may or may not be a separate secret typing contest - which you must use a specific keyboard. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I'm more often on the TX mechanical keyboard Discord Update 1 here Original post here
Date: October 19, 2019 Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm(ish) Location: Richardson Civic Center - Parks Room Address: 411 W. Arapaho Rd. Richardson, TX 75080 Hello mechanicalkeyboards, Just a reminder that the Dallas mechanical keyboard meetup is in a month. Currently there are 50 people registered. I have received giveaway items from the following sponsors: WASD - WASD TKL barebones keyboard and code for custom keycaps SignaturePlastic - 2 key cap sets. MechanicalKeyboards.com - Swag ZealPC - 2 Gift Cards Other sponsors have been contacted and I will update as I get info. PrimeKB - will be there as well If you are planning on attending, please fill out the registration form to help us get an idea of how many people are attending. The venue will allow Buying/Selling/Trades (B/S/T). However, buyer and seller will be the ones responsible for the transaction. Neither myself or the venue are responsible for the transactions. I have created a listings form if people want to get an idea. No guarantees. I am still working out the raffle and typing contest details. Expect to have one more update one week out. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I'm more often on the TX mechanical keyboard Discord Original post here
2019.08.04 05:25 sithlord0121[news]Dallas meetup October 2019
Dallas Meetup Date: October 19, 2019 Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm(ish) Location: Richardson Civic Center - Parks Room Address: 411 W. Arapaho Rd. Richardson, TX 75080 Hello mechanicalkeyboards, This time has come for the next Dallas meetup. I decided to try out a new venue and see it goes. If you are planning on attending, please fill out the registration form to help us get an idea of how many people are attending. The venue will allow Buying/Selling/Trades (B/S/T). However, buyer and seller will be the ones responsible for the transaction. Neither myself or the venue are responsible for the transactions. I have created a listings form if people want to get an idea. No guarantees. More details for the event to come. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
2019.07.18 07:19 KirbysAdventureMusicUnidentified Show No. 2
In 2017, DGM released the "Sailors' Tales" box set, which included two unidentified shows as bonus CDs, as well as on one of the Blu-rays. Some sleuths on the Steve Hoffman forums determined that the first unidentified show was Santa Monica 1972 (thanks to Boz's exclamation, "Dick Cavett?!"). However, the only discussion about the second show was that it could potentially be another from the same date. I was thinking about it, and there might be something that places the show sometime in March. Milwaukee (March 8) and Indianapolis (March 11) both have technical difficulties, with Robert's pedalboard dying on both occasions. In the latter show, the trio of Boz, Ian, and Mel go into the improv section of 'Formentera Lady' while Robert tries to fix his pedalboard. The 'Formentera Lady' on Unidentified Show No. 2 also jumps straight into the improv section, but it's hard to tell if this was a tape cut or not. Regardless, Robert seems to be playing without effects for a bit. What do you think? Does anybody have any guesses as to what date this may be?
2019.07.17 01:35 mialbowyThe Misadventure Of A Woman Reincarnated As A Nobleman’s Son [Ch 3 Rt B]
Chapter 2 Chapter 3 route C Note: chapter 3 route A / B etc. all directly follow on from chapter 2 as alternate endings to the story. “Lady Beatrice Westmorland,” I said. Miles frowned. “I’m not familiar with Westmorland….” “She’s the earl’s eldest of three daughters.” “Ah,” he said with a flash of recognition. “Is he the one without a son? I’ve heard of an earl quietly suggesting that the succession of earldoms should be brought in line with that of the crown.” “Yes.” Of the three, she was definitely the most interesting one to me. All I really had to pass the time in this world was reading and she seemed to also like Charles Dickens (Boz, as he went by at the start of his writing career). If I had to, talking with her about what books we liked would probably be fine, but she seemed to like silence and I did too, so I wouldn’t have minded us sitting quietly together and keeping to ourselves. I didn’t think the other two would be happy with silence. That decision quickly felt like it hadn’t been much of a decision at all, Miles saying nothing more on the matter. I hadn’t exactly hidden my reluctance to choose any of them, so it wasn’t strange for him to pick up on it. For the rest of the day, we wandered around the grounds and he talked a lot and I sometimes answered a question or made a joke. The next day onwards, lessons took up most of the day, so we didn’t get to hang out just for fun during the week. I liked to be diligent and properly do the homework and revise my notes, and that had rubbed off on Miles, albeit he still left half of it to do over the weekends, always complaining as I lounged around while he had to waste his precious free time. I tried to avoid the girls, which happened easily enough. None of them went out of their way to even look my way, and I didn’t go to the library (where I would definitely run into Beatrice), so nothing happened. The first month passed. A fresh worry had risen up in that time, namely that I struggled to dance. Practising every night by myself, I had burned the steps into my muscle memory, but, when it came to dancing with someone else, I had to adjust the length of my step and that was easy to forget. Still, that wouldn’t have been a problem—if not for the school holding a debut ball for the first-years. Three sharp knocks interrupted my afternoon reading. I would have ignored them, but Miles knew how to persist—probably because I ignored him if he didn’t. After closing my book (Dickens’s novella from last year), I shuffled over to the door. “How do I look?” he asked. “With your eyes.” He tutted, sliding past me and into my room. “You’ve done that joke before.” “Well, it’s a good joke,” I said, shutting the door. Some jabs and evicting him and changing clothes later, I joined him in the hallway, the both of us in suits. For the boys, there was only really black suits with a white shirt permitted, although we could add some colour with a tie (I just used my school tie) and the style of the jacket added some variety. Until it was time for the ball to start, we wandered aimlessly, nothing better to do when I couldn’t just sit down and read. Then we headed to the building that was little more than a vast hall with two rooms either side—the boys entrance and girls entrance. Only the first-years attending the Introductory ball, the room felt a little empty. One of the teachers chaperoning eventually came in and called us out. We filed through to the hall, forming into a line next to the dance floor, and the girls soon did the same opposite us. Though not usually an anxious person, I really was worried, not wanting to ruin some girl’s evening so thoroughly with my attempts at dancing. Since this first ball was more of a practice, we were going to dance for about half an hour, which meant a lot of time to tread on toes. At one end of the line, the teacher cleared his throat. “Would all those who have a partner take to the floor.” Considering we’d all only been here a month, I doubted anyone would. In The Key To Her Heart, there was a choice to go up to one of the three heroines, but that was pretty weird to actually do, especially with everyone watching. Basically emotional blackmail. Someone stopped in front of me. Lost in my thoughts, I hadn’t noticed, heard anyone moving. She held out a hand. Beatrice Westmorland. She led me to the dance floor, and I felt like I’d missed something. Maybe the chaperone had told her to pair up with me, but the boy was supposed to go to the girl. I couldn’t think of a reason and that thinking distracted me from my worry. Soon enough, we were joined by the couples decided at the whim of a pointing finger and the words “You and you”. Then the music began, a small orchestra playing at the opposite side of the room as the tables. Not quite time to dance, I looked over her a little. She was about my height, a touch taller because of her evening slippers (like ballet flats, but with slightly raised heels and made of silk). Though girls had an actual choice when it came to colours for their dresses, she’d gone for a brownish sort of thing, slimmer than the other girls, yet still with a bit of a billow to the skirt and still with a pinch at the waist. A reserved look. Feeling like I should give her a warning, I quietly said, “Sorry if I misstep.” “If you would forgive mine,” she replied, bowing her head. We had just a little longer to wait before the chaperone-in-charge instructed us all to, without further ado, dance. Settled by her words, I offered her my hand. She took it gently, coming close to me yet no closer than she needed to. The couples moving around us, I began to lead, my worry replaced with concentration. Harder than any exam, more challenging than any homework, I moved my feet. Fortunately, our strides nearly matched, so I didn’t have to focus on that part nearly as much as I’d feared. With that spare bit of focus, I watched her as we danced. Her lips made the tiniest movements, and I wondered why for a while until I realised they coincided with two of the four beats to the music; when I tried to mouth the numbers myself, I felt my lips pull like hers did for “one” and “four”. I wasn’t the only one having trouble. After the first song, we had a short break before the next dance. It was roughly ten minutes dancing and one minute break and three dances in all. Later balls would go on for two hours or so, but we would only have to dance for the first song. I felt bad for her by the end of the third dance, her skin flushed, breath quick and shallow. My suit wasn’t much better for this, drenched in sweat myself. With that all done, though, I bowed and she curtsied and we could go our separate ways. My way was to the drinks, hoping they would be cool. For the occasion, a glass of wine. I didn’t condone underage drinking, but it was only one, and it really helped with how hot I felt. Some people were already leaving, others settling into their groups to chat or gossip or whatever it was teenagers did these days. I had my eye out for Miles, scanning across the room, so we could head back. I turned my head and almost jumped, a face right in front of me. My heart pounded in my chest and it was all I could do to remember to breathe. Beatrice lightly curtsied, her eyes looking at me expectantly. “Hullo, Lady Beatrice.” “I do not believe we have been introduced,” she said. Trying not to wince, I’d certainly forgotten that. “I am Lord Luton’s second son, Mr Albert Luton.” She politely bowed her head. “It is a pleasure to make your acquaintance.” “And yours,” I said, bowing my head back. Rather than go away, she gave me another look, again pushing me to talk. After a moment to think what, I asked, “May I help you?” “The book you were reading that day… I have been unable to find it in the library.” “Yes, I brought it here myself.” She nodded along. “You did say that you… enjoyed his writing.” “As did you.” She nodded again. When she didn’t speak, I guessed what she wanted to me to say. “Would you like to borrow a book from me? I have all the stories by Boz and Dickens.” The corner of her mouth twinged, the closest she’d come to smiling since I’d met her. “So you are familiar with him.” “I feel like I could well tell you what novella he will release this Hallows’.” This time, she did softly smile, which looked nice on her. While she was fairly pretty, her pale skin and blue eyes felt cold when she had a blank expression. I knew it wasn’t my place to say that, though, thoroughly annoyed whenever some man had told me I would look prettier if I smiled more. “If I could read… The Battle of Life, it would be appreciated.” There’d been a thought in my head not long ago about wanting to avoid the girls, trying to avoid the fate that awaited us in the game. However, this was different, Albert in the game pestering her, while here she was asking me for something. And really, I wasn’t going to turn her down for a superstitious reason like that. “I could visit the library after breakfast tomorrow,” I said. She politely bowed. Then she turned around and walked off, little but hurried steps that quickly lost her in the crowd. I kept looking where she’d been for a few seconds longer. Turning my head, I nearly almost jumped, Miles right next to me. “Hullo?” I said. He’d also been looking off into the crowd, but turned at my words. “Oh, hullo.” My heart settled back down, I smiled. “Enjoyed yourself?” “Yes, I did. The gloves they wear, they’re quite soft and nice to touch, don’t you think?” I didn’t know what to say to that. “Is that really what you took away from dancing with your partner?” “Well, I feel it is in poor taste to think much else, her not having much choice in the matter.” He really surprised me at times. It was hard to believe he was only fifteen, no sisters, had spent four years at a boarding school. Then again, I had always jabbed him if he’d gone too far—a bit of nature, a pinch of nurture. The next day, I managed not to forget my (sort of) promise, bringing the book Beatrice had asked for to breakfast. Miles didn’t say anything at first, used to me reading and ignoring him, and only spoke when I finished eating and stood up. “Where are you off to?” “A present for the missus,” I said, tapping the book. He nodded, and then frowned, but by then I’d made it too far for him to ask me anything more. And he probably thought I would just lead him to the lavatory—like I had many times before after making cryptic statements. I didn’t have far to go, the boys’ cafeteria in the same building as the library, both of them either side of the assembly hall. Early, no one was in the hallway, and I wondered if she would even be there yet. My worry was quickly put to rest. The library consisted of rows of bookcases on one half, small tables the other half, each set with a chair. In one corner (where there was a clear view between most of the bookcases), the librarian sat at her counter, a stern look on her face. What interested me, though, was the lone figure in the same place as I’d seen her last. Under the librarian’s stare, I walked over to Beatrice and placed the book on the table. Then I left. Miles didn’t notice I returned without the book (or didn’t say anything if he did), and the day carried on like any other. By the next morning, she’d entirely slipped my mind as I had no expectations for her to return the book. So I ate breakfast with Miles, headed to class, pushed through to lunchtime and indulged in a good meal. Our first afternoon class was literature. Dickens was really the only Victorian writer I had known about, so I quite liked finding new authors. The old bell rang out, more a church bell than the school bells of my time. Miles and I got there early, having lounged about in the cafeteria after stuffing our faces. Of course, we didn’t slump against the wall as we waited; the boarding school had been strict with that and it was a lesson not easily forgotten. Miles yawned, and I caught it. Even if I liked the class, it was sometimes lulling, listening to all these nobles trained in diction reading out wonderful stories. Lost in thought, I barely noticed what was happening around me. That was until familiar blue eyes brought me out of my head. Beatrice, satisfied she had my attention, curtsied as well as she could while holding a few books. The lack of bags for girls was, really, quite stupid. I bowed back to her and, when she didn’t move on, I asked, “May I help you?” She held out her pile of books. “I am returning this to you.” “Thank you,” I said, taking the top book. “If you have… Oliver Twist, it would be appreciated.” I nodded, and she bowed her head in thanks, and then she walked to the back of the loose queue for the lesson. Turning over the book in my hands, it looked to be in the same condition as the day before. She really did like reading. Miles cleared his throat. “Do you need a drink?” I asked. “If I am to continue being your friend, I am sure I often will,” he said, more muttering to himself than talking to me. I left that (probably accurate) statement alone, ignored the looks the other students gave me. The rest of the day brought no other surprises. After dropping off the next book for her, I started spending my lunchtimes at the library. It hadn’t bothered me how she’d returned the last book in front of everyone, but I’d only avoided the library to avoid her in the first place, and I wanted to avoid some rumours—not exactly flattering to be linked to me. So our routine went for the two weeks it took her to read all the Dickens books I had. In that time, we’d never spoken more than her giving the title of what she wanted to read next. I liked that. Easier to read in the quiet of the library, I kept going there. We still didn’t talk, but, now and then, I would take a break from reading and watch her for a moment. She was the sort of person to really lose herself in a book. A quick reader. At times, a smile would appear, but she showed most of her emotion through her eyes—narrowed, or wide open, or blinking fast. Sometimes she would hold her breath, sometimes her cheeks would flush and she would try to hide behind the book. I tried to remember what she’d been like in the game. Albert had made a nuisance of himself, always coming by and asking her what she was reading, did she like it. I’d seen a bit too much of myself in her, so I hadn’t really played her route once I’d got her “bad end”. Instead, I’d focused on the other girls, trying to see what made them so appealing. That girl—that character—was someone timid and curt and (apparently) unsociable, and Albert thought of himself as melting her icy heart. I now thought she just hated Albert for constantly disturbing her. At one point in the game, she even stopped coming to the library, and Albert still didn’t get the message. However, whenever she caught my eye, she didn’t look at all annoyed at me. If I arrived first, she still sat in her usual seat near mine. Sometimes, I caught her looking at me (I didn’t get quite as engrossed in books as she did). Not bashful glances, though. She didn’t blush and look away. The end of the term soon neared, and with it came the Hallows’ ball. We wouldn’t be here for the actual week of celebration, but it was close enough. With the balls always held on Sunday evenings, I had most of the day itself free, and that meant I went to the library after breakfast. Unsurprisingly, she was there. For the few hours until lunchtime, we read in silence, a few other student dotted around the room. Yet I couldn’t focus. The first ball had gone well enough, and she’d certainly helped with that, but I would be assigned some girl at random to dance with tonight. My dancing had got better with all the practising, that was true, and I tried to settle myself by repeating that over and over in my head. Between that worrying and getting hungry, I hadn’t read much. Pushing myself to my feet, I started thinking about what I would eat, and whether Miles had found himself a partner for tonight. Beatrice softly cleared her throat. Turning to her, she looked at me expectantly. “May I help you?” I asked. “You seem… unwell.” I smiled, a surprising bit of kindness from her. “My dancing is still something to apologise for.” She nodded, understanding what I’d said. I half-expected her to walk away, her question answered, but instead she paused for a moment and then said, “I would not… dislike dancing with you again.” “Well, that would put me at ease.” And she left. After a second, I left too. The lead up to the ball went the same as last time with Miles, complete with jokes and a wander around the grounds (cut short by the cold). I soon also felt short, nearly all of the older boys taller than us first-years. We first-years were also led out last, lined up, and then the girls lined up opposite. “Would all those who have a partner take to the floor.” I looked for Beatrice, and she looked back, bowing her head the slightest touch. With that, I walked over and took her hand, led us to the dance floor, all the older students already there. I felt bad for them—the third-years had probably been waiting ten minutes already. A few other first-years partnered up and then, like last time, the rest were paired up at random. Finally, the music began. Dancing, the last of my worry drained away, both of us better than before. I noticed that I was the same height as her now, despite the short heels of her shoes. She wore a different dress, though it wasn’t any brighter. Mossy green. The song came to an end without any accidents from either of us. She curtsied and I bowed, and I thought that would be it, only the first dance compulsory. Her stare told me what to say. “Would you care for another dance?” I asked. She offered her hand in reply. The dance floor much emptier now, I felt more relaxed, less people to bump. And she brought herself closer to me than before, easier to misstep, but we were in a good rhythm, matching each other well as we followed the simple waltz. When this song finished, and she had curtsied and I had bowed, she didn’t have me ask her for another dance. But she did walk with me, followed me to a table in the corner of the room. We said nothing as we sipped at our (only one permitted) glasses of wine. The silence didn’t last for long once our glasses were empty. “May I speak… frankly?” she asked. “As long as you don’t speak too loudly.” She smiled for a moment. “I think a marriage would suit us both well.” That was certainly frank, and it took me a second to find the right words to reply. “May I ask if there is any particular reason why you think that?” I met her eyes, unsure what I saw in them. “You do not look at me, or other girls… like most of the boys do. Even as we danced, I felt no… heat from your stare.” That word—her gaze wasn’t hot, but warm. “And so?” “So it would seem… we may be similar. My heart beats no faster for you, but it beats easier.” I liked that way of putting it, thinking I felt the same way. We weren’t attracted to each other, that was clear, but we got on well for two people who hadn’t had a full conversation yet, were comfortable with each other. “Of course, I am not saying… now. We have three years. How I should put it is… it would be appreciated… if you would keep me in mind.” “I will.” She smiled, a warm smile that complemented her cold face. Then she excused herself, and, her seat still warm, Miles sat down with me a few seconds later. He looked at me expectantly, and I said nothing. “Come on,” he said, a whine to his tone. “I am not going to pry, but you have to give me something.” Truth stranger than any fiction I could have come up with, I said, “She proposed to me.” He paused, his whole body still, and then he quietly said, “What?” “Well, it was more she proposed a proposal to me, to which I’m not opposed.” “I may need another drink,” he said. Tutting, I shook my head. “One only.” He didn’t speak for a minute, lost in his thoughts. “You don’t love her, do you?” “I’m not in love with her, no,” I said. “However, I think I can come to love her as a friend—as family.” “That is enough for you?” I looked at Miles, the worry on his face, and thought how lucky I was to have such a friend. “At the start of the year, didn’t I say?” “A frugal life,” he muttered to himself. “But is love something to be frugal with? We aren’t in such barbaric times that a marriage is a thing of politics and nothing more.” Resting a hand on his shoulder, I nodded. “Thank you, really, but this is something between me and her, nothing to do with our families or anything like that.” I took back my hand. He calmed down, his gaze falling to the empty glasses on the table. “If that’s what you say, who am I to argue.” Nothing more was said of the issue, not that evening nor the quiet week that followed, everyone heading home for All Hallows’ Tide. Miles and I stayed until the Friday, sharing a coach back. We stopped at Dunstable to drop him off, then to the Luton manor for me. Just like whenever I’d returned from the boarding school, I was ignored, taken to my room by a servant and left there until supper. At the end of the meal, just as always, father said, “Welcome home, Albert.” “Thank you, father,” I said, bowing my head. In a disinterested tone, he asked, “How was your time at the school?” I’d always answered the question easily enough, little of interest happening in my life. Yet, this time, I keenly felt the pressure of choosing what to say, how to say it—not just now, but in the questions that might follow. “I settled in well and have taken to my studies. There isn’t a club to my liking at this time, the sports only starting in spring. And I have entertained Lord Westmorland’s eldest daughter at the balls.” Mother perked up at that reveal, her eyes darting to see if father would speak or if she could. After a moment, he said, “That is Lady Beatrice.” “Yes.” He nodded, and then turned slightly, looking at mother. She asked, “Should we send her an invitation for the festivities?” “If that is father’s wish. Though it would be far to travel at this time of year, I think she would appreciate the gesture,” I said. So father had me draft a letter to her, mother finalising it and having a servant send it off. Later, when I went to see Alice, Daisy had a few questions of her own to ask me, but I said little. After a week had passed, a reply came from Beatrice, and another week later she paid us a visit for the day while she was south to stay with family. For someone who had paid more attention to her romance books than her brother this holiday, Daisy was rather overprotective, questioning Beatrice on all sorts of things from what she knew about me to what her favourite foods were—and, of course, if she liked cats. Whether Beatrice was good with younger girls or was used to it from her own younger sisters, she took it all in stride, leaving a good impression on Daisy (and the rest of my family, for what little they saw her). Once the holiday passed and I was back at school, I didn’t have to wait long for the New Year ball. Almost a routine, Miles and I had our back and forth and a wander around the grounds, and Beatrice caught my eye when we were lined up. By now, I was comfortable dancing with her. She seemed to like dancing with me, asking for a second dance again. After the dances, she and I went our separate ways. Miles didn’t ask anything. I appreciated that, still coming to a decision of my own. To help with that, I started asking her for books to read, using her suggestions to try and understand her better. And we sometimes talked about our thoughts on the books—what we liked and disliked, the style, the characters, the plot. She smiled more these days, but her eyes were never hot, only warm. There was no spark, no romantic chemistry between us, just a friendship that could only exist within the library or the ballroom. A couple months later, the Spring ball. It was (quite literally) the same song and two dances as always, no small talk, a nice enough time. Along the way, I’d remembered why I had downloaded The Key To Her Heart all those years ago. Beatrice was a beautiful lady. She did little to show it off, maybe even tried to hide it, but, with her hair done up and a good dress and at least a touch of makeup, she would look gorgeous. However, looks only got the first date. I had wanted to know what made her personality attractive. In this world, she was a simple person, honest with me, and yet so incredibly deep were the thoughts she had when it came to books. On Dickens, she had such nuanced opinions, in love with his social commentary while struggling with her own privileged place in a society that didn’t entirely see her as an equal to men—her inability to inherit the earldom just one part of it. And I wondered what the men I’d gone on dates with had thought about me. I had been, still often was, called cold. Disinterested. I didn’t make my feelings clear. Thoughtless. I spoke harshly out of practised laziness, unwilling to take a moment to think, to pause and make sure I spoke my thoughts properly. It was no wonder no one had understood me, no one had seen something beautiful in me that could be loved. That was in the past. Unfortunate since I felt like I could do a better job with Beatrice as my role model. There was one last ball in the academic year. I’d never attended it in the game, the endings all coming the night before. When I thought of that, a little voice of anxiety sat in the back of my head, worrying me day after day. Nothing had really happened like the game besides the forced meetings with the three heroines, maybe the dance at the first ball. I couldn’t sleep the night before the Summer ball. Sitting at my desk, the night outside barely looked dark. It was the sort of darkness where a tragedy could happen without anyone realising. Eventually, I gave in, changing back to the school uniform. After a check for teachers outside, I opened up my window, carefully climbing out and dropping down to the ground, my shins unhappy about it. There was always a teacher at the entrance to the dorms until around midnight, so I wasn’t coming back for a while. In the game, the “bad end” for Beatrice, it was in the library. I skirted around the pair of teachers patrolling, plenty of places to hide with shrubs and trees dotted all over the place. Looking in from the windows, I couldn’t see anyone in the library, but I couldn’t see all that well, dark inside. That didn’t settle me. Trying the door to the manor on the one side, it was locked. I crept around to the other side—nearer to the girls’ dorms than the boys’ dorms. The door opened. My heart beat painfully in my chest. I slipped inside, closing the door behind me. Tiptoeing, I listened out the whole way to the library for teachers, or for trouble. The library door opened. I slipped inside, the room almost menacing in the dark, an instinct in my head saying that anyone could be hiding under any of the tables, between any of the bookshelves. But, if this was like the game, then it wasn’t a person I had to worry about—as long as I hadn’t crossed over to Beatrice’s “good end”. That thought didn’t reassure me. I stepped forwards, getting a better view of the room, and then took another step, and relief flooded me. Beatrice sat there, reading by moonlight. Walking over to her, I cleared my throat; she looked up from her book, a soft smile coming to her as she saw me. “Good evening,” I said, bowing to her. She bowed her head. When she said nothing, I gave in. “May I ask what you’re doing here?” “Reading. I have… struggled to sleep tonight.” “And you so happen to have the keys and somehow slipped past the teachers?” “I am… on good terms with them.” I softly chuckled, careful to keep the noise down. As unbelievable as that sounded, there was no reason to doubt her. “Since I’m here, let me know if there is any books you would like me to get down for you.” “Perhaps in a little while… when I have finished this one.” That solved the bad ending where she would have been crushed by a fallen bookcase. Such simple words were all it took, and I’d nearly not bothered to come here, convinced there was no fate. It almost made me laugh. “Did you… have something else to say?” she asked, looking at me with her expectant eyes. From now on, the future was unknown to me, yet it wouldn’t have to be a lonely future. And there was a voice in the back of my head, telling me that all I’d ever wanted was someone who accepted me for who I was. It wouldn’t ever be a romantic love, and we didn’t have to pretend otherwise. However, it would be comfortable, a comfort that I’d never had in my old life. I didn’t have the key to her heart, yet she would offer me her hand; all I had to do now was take it. Route B Bad End Chapter 3 route C
2019.07.11 01:12 mialbowyThe Misadventure Of A Woman Reincarnated As A Nobleman’s Son [Ch 2]
Chapter 1 Chapter 3 route A The four years at boarding school, puberty—it was, well, it was. I made it through without the bullying getting too rough, staying out of trouble with the teachers. Miles managed too. Though he’d been all shy and timid at first, he’d slowly found himself. The heir to the (small) earldom of Dunstable. I liked to think that I had helped him grow, his charisma coming from the many, many attempts at small talk with me. But otherwise he’d learned to put on a warm and natural smile at the drop of a hat, to seem sincere, and all the other sorts of things real nobility were supposed to be good at. As for me, I’d taken part in clubs and read a lot and otherwise kept to myself. Not exactly poorly regarded, but regarded as a weirdo and a loner, seen as ungrateful for how I treated Miles despite him going out of his way to keep me company. Of course, Miles hated the lot of them, but we kept that between ourselves. Leaving the boarding school for the final time, I almost felt sad. That was all the proof I needed to believe in Stockholm syndrome. The Luton manor had hardly changed over the few years, basically what flowers were grown. My relationship with my family had also stayed the same, albeit I spent more time with Daisy as I played with Alice. Despite being a cat, Alice ended up more like a puppy, probably because of how Daisy treated her (and I wasn’t any better). For example, Alice could sit, fetch, and find Chestnut. Nothing had happened with father or mother. Raymond had unofficially proposed to a duke’s daughter, the engagement being worked out. Violet had a suitor now and then, but no one that had stuck around. I didn’t know more than that and didn’t care to either. We all stayed out of each other’s way and that was fine by me. As for Daisy, she never spoke much of her own life, really, usually only talking about the cats. She never gave me reason to pry, so I didn’t. From what I heard, she was doing well with her studies under the governess, and she would likely go on to a finishing school once she turned fifteen. I hoped that wasn’t because she had asked to, thinking my time at the boarding school was fun. I kept in touch with Miles. While I didn’t really write anything other than stories of what Alice had got up to, he told me how his father had started to recognise him, bringing him along to a few meetings, checking over some of the figures for businesses the estate owned. It was nice to hear. Even if he’d never said, being sent to a boarding school despite being the first son must have hurt. Busy as he was, I didn’t want to invite him over and didn’t expect an invitation either. We’d spent most of the last four years together, so a month wasn’t enough time for me to miss him, or whatever the feeling was when friends didn’t see each other for a while. With nothing else to distract me, I spent a lot of time lost in thought. As day after day passed, I wondered if things would really continue like they had in The Key To Her Heart. To begin with, it was strange for a second son to be sent to a “finishing school”, money wasted since I wouldn’t be inheriting the Luton title. It wasn’t like I could marry up either, not all that much difference between being second son of a viscount and the husband of an earl’s daughter. I hadn’t hid how asocial I was, so it wasn’t like I would be expected to make important connections. Halfway through August, one of my questions was to be answered. I was summoned (not by magic) to father’s office. A stuffy room, it had the smell of stale cigarette smoke—well, stale tobacco from cigars or pipes—and whiskey or brandy, hard for me to say since cheap beer had always been my choice for taking the edge off after a difficult day. The curtains were mostly drawn, a sliver of light cutting through the gloom. He sat behind a desk weighed down by a pile of loose books one side, neatly stacked papers the other. A few pens stood in a pot next to an inkwell. They had touches of gold, the detail on them almost like art. Even though I’d been led inside the room by a servant, I waited by the door. After half a minute, father said, “Sit down.” I did as he asked without a word. Around a minute passed in silence this time, broken as he moved his chair back and sighed. His gaze flicked up from the papers, meeting mine, and I wasn’t sure if he was staring me down or judging me. Whatever he was doing, he didn’t drag it out much longer. “I am considering enrolling you in a finishing school. Saint Anthony’s.” Bowing my head, I said, “If that is what you wish.” “You have no thoughts on the matter?” he asked. “No, father.” I’d practised holding my tongue a lot in my last life. Work was to pay the bills, so it didn’t matter what I thought—I just needed to do the work given to me. That hadn’t changed. Once he’d suitably stared at me again, he returned his focus to the papers. “You may go.” It wasn’t long after that day that Miles wrote to me and said he would be attending that very school come September. I wondered then if our fathers had arranged it between themselves. As distant as father and I were, it wasn’t that he hated me, he was simply normal for the times and for his station. Knowing that overthinking wasn’t the best way to pass the time, I left my thoughts there. A week after Miles’ letter arrived, father confirmed at supper I would be going to the finishing school. The news was received coolly by my older siblings, Daisy later complaining that I was already leaving her again. Measurements were taken, a new set of uniforms ordered, which included suits for balls and other formal occasions. Then I was in a coach, heading off to the outskirts of Reading this time. For a change, it wasn’t a trip I took by myself (and the servants). “It’s only been a month, but it felt so much longer,” Miles said, grinning at me before turning to the window. “When does the winter break start?” I asked, monotonous as always. Miles made a wincing sound. “We’ve barely said our hullos and you’re tired of me?” “I was merely curious,” I said, softly smiling at the view outside the window on my side. Fields stretched out to the hilly horizon, sometimes stopped by a line of trees. I wondered how long it would be before power lines decorated the sight like bunting without the flags. “What do you hope to do with your future?” Miles asked. I took a moment to think, the question unexpected. “Frugally live off my family’s money. I might try my hand at writing, or accounting if I have to work.” He laughed, the tone light and soft. “It’s a surprisingly ‘you’ answer.” “I suppose I could come mooch off you if my father is stingy.” “And what would you do when I get married?” he asked, humour still in his voice. I rubbed my chin, the tiniest patch of stubble scratching me. Shaving had been a part of my life as a woman, usually hoping a date went well, and it had become part of my routine again. At least every three days, I had to shave off the horribly patchy beard that tried to grow, as well as the scraggly moustache. Some mornings, still half-asleep, I’d almost carried on and started shaving my armpits, luckily getting no further than a lather—not that there was much yet there to shave either. The razor had taken some getting used to, blood sacrificed to the saint of sinks. Belatedly, I remembered Miles had asked me a question. He’d learned long ago that there wasn’t much point rushing me, spiteful as I was. “Well, on the incredibly rare chance you can convince an extremely naive woman to wed you—” “Are my chances truly that terrible?” “—I suppose it wouldn’t matter, since we would certainly have an affair and ruin the marriage.” He huffed, the sound exaggerated. “Would you really seduce my wife, and so certainly?” I turned my head, touched his shoulder so he would look at me. Staring into his eyes, I asked, “Who said it was your wife I would be seducing?” His warm eyes stared back, a gentle expression on his face, and then he burst out laughing, much louder than earlier. For my part, I chuckled and turned back to admire the scenic view. “Remind me never to chase the same girl as you,” he said. In a way, I’d finally achieved my dream from my old life, now able to flirt with a teenaged boy all I wanted. Frowning to myself, I thought that that wasn’t my dream at all. But that thinking brought me to a topic I’d not exactly been struggling with, more just sometimes troubled by. As used to being Albert as I was, I thought of myself as Alice, and Alice was a straight woman. I didn’t find Miles attractive. He was handsome enough for a boy his age, but he was still a boy. The teachers at the boarding school hadn’t stood out. Some of the male servants, well, even if it would have been a forbidden love (in more than one way), I didn’t feel any… urges. On the other hand, there hadn’t been many women for Albert’s eyes to ogle. The testosterone was definitely there, growth spurt and cracking voice and awkward moments plenty, yet everyone dressed so conservatively and I was hardly ever around young women. It would certainly be more convenient if “Albert” was straight. If not, there were definitely other gay men in this time, but I wouldn’t want to risk my family cutting me off. Even if Miles and I joked, I couldn’t say whether he’d reject me. Letting out a sigh, I put those thoughts away again, another question I couldn’t answer at this time. For the rest of the trip, we alternated between silence and bits of small talk. Gossip, really, from his trips to London with his father. A lot of new money was coming up thanks to the industrial revolution and that made for a lot of rumours. Then we arrived, and it was just like I remembered it, albeit real and not a colour drawing. A broad manor house, the bricks almost orange they were so bright, and a few small buildings scattered either side. Hidden from view, the river Thames ran along the far end of the grounds. “Not bad at all,” Miles whispered to me while we were shown to our rooms in the boys’ dormitory. I silently agreed. It had a more timeless elegance than the Luton manor, wooden floors polished to a shine and wooden panelling simply detailed, paintings of landscapes for decoration between doors, and the broad windows let in a lot of light. Most of the rooms followed that aesthetic, including our bedrooms. “Neighbours again, eh?” Miles said, amused. I sighed, going into my room. “Hey! Don’t just shut me out,” he said, rushing over before I could close the door. Rather than heading down to the lounge on the ground floor and meeting our soon-to-be classmates, we somehow spent the afternoon in my room, talking about nothing. Well, Miles spoke a lot and I didn’t even pretend to listen—I’d brought a few good books, something exciting about reading a first edition Charles Dickens. When it got dark out, I made him leave, enjoying a bit of quiet before bed. The next morning, a trio of sharp knocks woke me up. I considered ignoring them, but another knock rang out and I guessed there’d be no end to them. As I opened the door, Miles asked, “How do I look?” I stared at him. “With your eyes.” “No, in my uniform. Aren’t I rather dashing,” he said, no sense of shame in his voice. I didn’t want to dash his hopes, not so early, but the fit was a bit loose. Whoever measured him probably took into account a few months growth since it would be awkward to tailor it during the term. Still, it was a nice uniform, black trousers and blazer with a white, buttoned shirt; the burgundy stripes on the black tie added a nice accent to the look. “The uniform does look good,” I said, nodding. “What about me?” I paused for a second, and then said, “Let me get dressed and we can go for breakfast.” His defeated sigh was interrupted by me closing the door. Once I’d changed and brushed my teeth—these more luxurious bedrooms coming with a sink—I opened the door again. He was still there and, after taking a step back and looking me up and down, he hung his head. “It’s my loss,” he muttered. “I did say you should join a sports club,” I said, patting his shoulder. His grumbling accompanied us all the way to the main building and the boys’ cafeteria there, where he went quiet. The boarding school hadn’t included much meat on the menu outside of supper, but here they were dishing out bacon and sausages alongside everything else expected for a full English breakfast. Only then did I realise that I must have really impressed father for him to send me here. Early as we were, we had first dibs on the piping hot food, and we ate so much—growing boys and all that. It was funny to me since my appetite had been so small as a woman; though, my weight back then still suffered when I binged on ice-cream or drank too much. At least for now, I was free to stuff my face without consequence. A few other boys had turned up by the time Miles and I finished, but they didn’t talk to us or anything. I got the impression that they were still nervous. Unlike me and Miles, they probably hadn’t been thrown out into the world alone before, precious first sons. Or maybe they were just as awed by the food as we were. I wasn’t all that invested, those my idle thoughts on the way out. We wandered around the grounds until the bell rang for the morning assembly. Miles panicked, unsure where to go, but I led us there no problem. Considering I’d only played The Key To Her Heart for one drunken evening four years ago, it said a lot about the game’s quality that I still remembered the layout of the school so well. Rather than empty, the assembly hall was like a chapel, a dozen pews either side of an aisle (boys on one side, girls the other) that led up to a raised platform with a lectern. The teachers were already lined up on the platform, two of them guiding new students to sit on the front rows. While we waited for everyone to filter in, Miles elbowed me, leaning in to whisper. “See anyone you like?” I turned to him, his eyes and eyebrows trying to point over to the girls. Even when I did look, I couldn’t see any faces. But this had been the start of the game. A movie had played, showing the school from the air, and then the camera had flown through the front door of the manor and into the hall, where it highlighted Albert, Miles and the three “heroines”. Though, the story had only started after the assembly. Giving up on seeing if I could spot any of the girls from the game, I checked the teachers instead, recognising half of them. All of the boys classes were taught by men, and the on-site doctor was male, but the teachers for most of the girls classes, as well as the nurse, were women. “Miss Penshurst would look quite nice in a good dress and with her hair done up,” I said, more an observation than a compliment. Though, her face had a prettiness to it that her stern expression tried to hide. “I’d thought you a queer fellow, but now I see you are a man of refined taste,” Miles said, nodding along to his own words. “Which one is Miss Penshurst?” Wincing in my head, I remembered “Albert” had no reason to know anyone’s name here. “With the mauve broach.” “Mauve… that’s light purple,” he muttered, craning his neck over the other first-year boys in front of us. “Ah, she does have quite the look. I wouldn’t mind a detention alone with her.” I chuckled lightly, coming up with a reason why I knew her name in case he asked, but he had one thing on his mind, difficult to displace it. If I hadn’t been focused on that, I would’ve chided him for his comment. I knew it was a different time and all that, but I’d been treated to whispers like those in my time, could vividly remember how unpleasant it was. Silence was called, the headmaster spoke, introduced the teachers and rambled on about dignity and whatever, everyone clapped politely. The longest thirty minutes later, we were dismissed for the day. Classes would begin tomorrow. “I know I woke up early on my own, but you would think this could have waited for later in the day,” Miles said, stretching, as we filed out the hall behind the second-year girls. In the foyer, most of the older students loitered, chatting happily in their small groups. Heirs of dukes and marquesses among the boys. I was definitely near the bottom, no title at all coming my way. The girls were mostly eldest daughters, but it was more varied than with the boys. Miles and I milled around the room, more because we couldn’t make it to an exit than because we wanted to stay. Though, I wasn’t exactly eager to go, not until I saw the first-year girls finish leaving the hall. “I’ll see you later,” I said, patting Miles on the shoulder. “Oi, where are you going without me?” he asked. “Toilet.” He hesitated, holding up a finger and then slowly bringing it to his face, scratching his cheek. “Ah, okay.” Trained by the London Underground at rush hour, this crowd was nothing. I slipped through to the stairwell and upstairs to a hallway lined with general purpose classrooms—chairs, tables and a chalkboard. There was no one here at this time. No lavatories either, but, clumsy me, I’d managed to get lost on my way back to the dorms. I needed to see if my fate was bound to the story in the game. Meandering aimlessly, looking inside the rooms as I passed them, my heart beat quick in my chest. It felt a lot more intense than when I’d been a woman, like I might well end up with a bruise on the inside of my ribs. Footsteps. I turned around slowly, trying to appear calm. There she was: Princess Gwendoline. Though, that she was attending this school alongside barons’ daughters really said all that needed to be said for how her family “valued” her. After a few seconds, she raised her head and spotted me. Surprise, then hope, then hesitation, then shyness flashed across her face. In the game, she’d been an honest and gentle character, too cute—up until she’d stabbed me. However, this wasn’t the game. I knew that because, rather than wait for her to come over to me and then greet her, I turned around. Her footsteps quickly started, shoes tapping a fast pace on the floor. I strode. The hallway was only so long, and I was definitely going to reach the end before she caught up, making my escape down the stairs (I could take them four at a time, while she would have to take care with her skirt). Only, I heard her slip and fall over. That hadn’t been in the game. To silence any thought I might have considered of continuing my escape, she let a series of quiet sounds. “Ow ow ow.” With an immense sigh, I slowly turned around. She was in a bit of a heap. I walked over, offering her a hand. When she didn’t notice, I cleared my throat, getting her attention away from her knee. “Thank you,” she softly said, letting me pull her up. Since she was back on her feet, I quickly turned around and took half a stride before she spoke, stopping me. “Shouldn’t I see the nurse?” she asked. Implicit in that, she suggested I should escort her there. “Nah, you’ll be fine,” I said over my shoulder. “Will I?” She sounded far from convinced, but that wasn’t my problem. “You would’ve winced if your ankle was twisted, so it’s just a bruised knee at worst, and that will heal in a day if you eat spinach at supper.” A second passed, and then she said, “I will keep that in mind.” Not wanting to tempt fate any further, I gave up on the running away. Even though she hadn’t said, I gave her the directions to the headmaster’s office, to which she gave her confused thanks. The exchange complete, I escaped without further complaint. In the game, it had been more of an introduction, Albert giving his name and the princess hers, and Albert acting all embarrassed over talking so casually with royalty. It had also given unspoken background information about her. She was the daughter of William IV, but it was a contentious point of (alternative) history. He had married a princess Adelaide, only for pregnancy after pregnancy to end in misfortune. Convinced of a conspiracy against him (and this was where history diverged), he had claimed his wife had died and even went so far as having a public funeral for her. However, on his deathbed, he revealed that she was in good health and that they had even had a child. The country was expecting Queen Victoria to take the throne, though, completely unprepared, and it was the sort of situation to cause massive unrest if not resolved. Parliament rushed through a declaration that his wife had been declared dead and so any children forfeited their claim to the throne. To put it simply: if things had gone differently, Gwendoline would have been queen. When her mother died, she was brought back to England from the estate in Meiningen where she’d grown up. Her lineage was doubted, her existence troubling to the royal family. It was a miracle she was even allowed outside. But I guessed that, at least in this game-reality world, the royals wanted to make her someone else’s problem—preferably someone who couldn’t make much of a fuss. Also, she had been surrounded by British tutors when abroad, so she spoke fluent English. No plot holes whatsoever. There was a bit of a chill to the air outside. I kept my arms crossed on the way to my next unwanted yet potential engagement. Halfway between the manor and the dorms, an oak tree mildly autumned, leaves pleasant shades of orange. Beneath it stood a girl, her searching gaze falling upon me and a smile coming to her lips. I walked right past her. Her footsteps followed me, as footsteps often did since I’d come to this world. “Mr Luton, is it?” With a sigh, I came to a stop and turned to her. She had a mischievous smile that reminded me of Daisy. “You shouldn’t speak unless spoken to,” I said, a reminder rather than a criticism. I didn’t care, of course, but others did and so it was a bad habit to have for a lady in this time period. “Then it is quite fortunate for me that you spoken, as I fear I may never have had the chance to speak with you, the man of few words you are.” She had said it all in a light, playful tone. And I flatly replied, “Okay.” If anything, her good mood only grew from my curtness. “I hear you’re marvellously quick with numbers.” I gave her no reply. “Say, what is twelve by seven?” I stared blankly at her for a long moment, and then said, “This show horse doesn’t feel like jumping.” “Really? I thought you more a work horse.” Nothing asked, I had even less of a reason than usual to say nothing. Still, she kept her gaze firmly on me, her brown eyes bright and smile unending. “I hope you will indulge me now and then,” she said. “What a cruel thing to ask of me.” She laughed, covering her mouth with her hand—almost but not quite a giggle. Then, with a curtsy, she bid me on my way and, in return, I bid her a good day. A different but similar encounter as in the game. Albert hadn’t been an amazing student, just a little above average. Somewhat shy, but talkative once he was comfortable with the person, and kind, but he sometimes couldn’t express that well. In other words, he was exactly like the sort of teenage boy who would download The Key To Her Heart in the first place. The conversation with this strange girl had been focused on Raymond in the game, but it hadn’t come up again. It had never been explained why Albert was attending such a school either. Raymond seemed competent, if a bit quiet. I wondered if, at least in this world, father maybe saw promise in me for something else. Isabel Reading, second daughter of the Duke of Reading. Given that the school was in part owned by her father, she was privy to certain gossip. She had a lot more said about her in the game, but it wasn’t as interesting as Gwendoline’s backstory, so I’d scrolled through it without really paying attention. Two down, one more to go. Getting to the library involved a trip to my room and then heading back to the manor. There were few spaces where both boys and girls could actually sit together in some fashion, and the library was one of them. Of course, talking was prohibited, but to children (teenagers especially), rules were very transient things and usually only manifested in the presence of adults. In the game, it was suggested that most of the teachers on library supervision overlooked whispering so long as a certain decorum was otherwise maintained. I found a table in the far corner to sit down at and settled down with my book. In the game, Albert accidentally sat in a girl’s seat while she was picking out a book to read, which lead to an awkward and fumbling conversation—because bookish girls obviously couldn’t talk normally. Similar but different, I soon found myself the target of a young woman’s gaze. Beatrice Westmorland. “May I help you?” I asked. “Is that… The Pickwick Club?” A quiet voice, a little deep for a girl’s. Her gaze didn’t flicker away from me, no flush climbing up her neck or colouring her cheeks, and she had paused in her speaking, not stuttered or hesitated. An almost completely different character compared to the impression she’d left in the game. Person, I corrected myself. She might well have only been fifteen years old, but those weren’t fifteen years spent sat in front of a book. Diction, decorum, dining—the three D’s every nobleman’s daughter had been taught. Whatever shyness she may have had in the past would have been worked out of her, no compassion for her, no mercy. Or, to the people of this time, it may well have been a mercy, a daughter unable to get a husband one of the most pitiful things to them. Lost in my pointless thinking, she cleared her throat. Prompted, I nodded my head. “Yes, I quite enjoy Boz’s writing.” “I do too.” Nothing more was said, both of us reading in silence as diagonal neighbours. When the bell for midday rang, we gave each other a bowed-head goodbye, and then I left first, eager to see what food lunch would bring. Unsurprisingly, Miles was also there quick and with a plate so full I was impressed. After packing my own plate to the brim, I sat down next to him and said, “Hullo.” He turned to me and forced down his mouthful of food. “Where the blazes did you wander off to?” I thoroughly chewed a mouthful of cottage pie before answering. “A few places.” After a huff and a tut, he asked, “Anything interesting happen?” “Well, I met three girls.” He paused for a second, and then shook his head. It wasn’t just Albert and the girls who had changed. In the game, Miles was the sidekick, the butt of jokes and with little to say. But, in real life, it took a lot of confidence to take my jabs with a smile and a laugh. He knew himself well, was sure of himself, and it would certainly show soon. The game hadn’t said anything about him having admirers or getting involved with a girl, but I was sure it wouldn’t be long until someone came along. “Did any of them… interest you?” he asked. I hadn’t been expecting that question, but, knowing him, I should have. Though, given how the game went, I was going to do my best to ignore them and hope to make it through the year with all of us alive. “Not really.” He elbowed me. “Come on, it’s not like I’m telling you to marry them.” “Well, if I had to choose, then I guess….” Chapter 3 route A
I just wanted to keep a more organized record for the remainder of the year for myself, complete with links to trailers & IMDb pages, and for anyone else interested. Also, please comment with any movies that you are looking forward to for 2019 that I may have missed. I'm going by order of wide release and using US release dates where applicable:
2019.06.12 16:34 eventbotWhat's happening around town (Wed, Jun 12th - Tue, Jun 18th)
Oklahoma City's event list.
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SINGO Wednesdays(Lower Bricktown - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Beat the midweek hump with the new bar game that everyone is talking about! SINGO is a new and exciting musical spin on the traditional game of Bingo. Instead of listening for a number, players are listening to their favorite music. Enjoy 1/2 price domestic drafts & discounted appetizers! Plus we will be giving prizes each night to the winners.…
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🎓 Summer Drama Workshop I(University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Thru Fri, Jun 14th Start Time: 9:00am Join us for a week of fun! Two tracks available: Youth (ages 7-12) and Teen (Ages 13-18). June 10-14 from 9 am to 5 pm. (Drop off begins at 8:30 am and...
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2019.05.23 09:19 ManaliahireDental practice management software market Forecast 2019-2026
According to Acumen Research and Consulting, the global Dental practice management softwaremarket is expected to grow at noteworthy CAGR around 11.5 % throughout the forecast period and reach around US$ 2.8 billion by 2026. https://preview.redd.it/z2ia7pgawwz21.png?width=1034&format=png&auto=webp&s=0653aeb75a640bf3f7ebd5a94951a231f275e2bc Free Download Sample Report Pages for Better [email protected]https://www.acumenresearchandconsulting.com/request-sample/1377 The global dentistry management market will grow by increasing focus on oral health and increasing awareness among elderly patients. Moreover, the positive government initiatives of various organizations, including the American Dental Association, to raise awareness of the importance of oral health will encourage market growth. Increasing venture capital investments together with government regulations that encourage the adoption of various IT solutions, such as electronic medical records, patient management, and practice management, will fuel the expansion of the industry. The development and integration of dental imaging software into management software in the cloud is a technological breakthrough that drives software market growth for dental practices. However, the absence of qualified ISPs worldwide to provide software and services will hinder business growth. The business segment will be in command of the market with sales of more than US$ 240 million for dental practice management software in 2018 and will enjoy strong growth in the next couple of years. Increasing elderly patients with oral conditions will increase dental inspections and visits, driving growth in the segment. View Detail Information with Complete [email protected]https://www.acumenresearchandconsulting.com/dental-practice-management-software-market Based on its advantages such as automatic payment and billing records, the facility of payment, reduced paper entry data work, the filing of dental claims and the increased efficiency of processes, the billing/invoicing company is projected to have significant GRACs of over 11.5%. In addition, the development by key players of the industry of innovative software for easy billing and invoicing will stimulate segmental growth. More than 40 percent of the world's software market was dominated by web-based software in 2018, and then by on-site solutions. Development of a system for on-site management of dental practices by industry actors that will support industry growth, that includes clinical paperless graphing, patient planning and accounting/billing applications. However, due to the economic efficiency and efficiency offered by these advanced solutions, the on-site segment is expected to lose its revenue share of cloud-based delivery. Regional Stance The U.S. software market for dental practice management accounts for over 39 percent of the software market and should maintain its dominance throughout the forecast period. The software of dental practical administration should increase at higher adoption rates due to expansion in the field of IT healthcare. In the years ahead, rapid technological innovations and increased public financing are expected to further stimulate market growth. Browse All official Market Research Reports Press [email protected]https://www.acumenresearchandconsulting.com/press-releases Explore Our Market [email protected]https://www.acumenresearchandconsulting.com/blogs Due to the growing geriatric population and the government's support for raise awareness of oral hygiene among the population, the software market of UK dental practice management will grow around 11.5 percent over the forecast timeframe. Moreover, due to the presence of geriatrics with oral problems coupled with increased dental health awareness amongst patients, Japan's dental practice management software market is expected to grow by over 13%. Key Participants Henry Schein, Patterson Dental, Carestream Dental, Curve Dental, and Quality Systems are some of the major players working on the global market. Other participants in the industry include Epic Systems Corporation, Dovetail Dental Software (dovetail dentistry), and Allscripts Healthcare Solutions. The major strategies adopted are procurement, new product launch, and distribution. In the next few years, fusions and acquisitions for product development and marketing are expected to drive the market. In June 2018, Patterson entered a new joint venture with Cure Partners to establish LLC-NaVetor, a new Club-based Practice Management Software company-Technology Partner Innovations. TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 1.1. Definition and Scope 1.1.1. Definition of Dental Practice Management Software 1.1.2. Market Segmentation 1.1.3. List of Abbreviations 1.2. Summary 1.2.1. Market Snapshot 1.2.2. Dental Practice Management Software Market By Component 126.96.36.199. Global Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Component (2015-2026) 188.8.131.52. Global Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share By Component in 2017 184.108.40.206. Patient Communication 220.127.116.11. Scheduling 18.104.22.168. Payment Processing 22.214.171.124. Invoice/Billing 126.96.36.199. Insurance Management 188.8.131.52. Dental Charting 1.2.3. Dental Practice Management Software Market By Delivery Mode 184.108.40.206. Global Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Delivery Mode (2015-2026) 220.127.116.11. Cloud-based 18.104.22.168. Web-based 22.214.171.124. On-premise 1.2.4. Dental Practice Management Software Market by Geography 126.96.36.199. Global Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison by Geography (2015-2026) 188.8.131.52. North America Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 184.108.40.206. Europe Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 220.127.116.11. Asia-Pacific Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 18.104.22.168. Latin America Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 22.214.171.124. Middle East and Africa (MEA) Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) CHAPTER 2. MARKET DYNAMICS AND COMPETITION ANALYSIS 2.1. Market Drivers 2.2. Restraints and Challenges 2.3. Growth Opportunities 2.4. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 2.4.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 2.4.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers 2.4.3. Threat of Substitute 2.4.4. Threat of New Entrants 2.4.5. Degree of Competition 2.5. Value Chain Analysis 2.6. Cost Structure Analysis 2.6.1. Raw Delivery Mode and Suppliers 2.6.2. Manufacturing Process Analysis 2.7. Regulatory Compliance 2.8. Competitive Landscape, 2017 2.8.1. Player Positioning Analysis 2.8.2. Key Strategies Adopted By Leading Players CHAPTER 3. MANUFACTURING PLANTS ANALYSIS 3.1. Capacity and Commercial By Componention Date of Global Dental Practice Management Software Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.2. Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Dental Practice Management Software Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.3. R&D Status and Technology By Component of Global Dental Practice Management Software Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.4. Raw Delivery Modes Sources Analysis of Global Dental Practice Management Software Major Manufacturers in 2017 CHAPTER 4. DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COMPONENT 4.1. Global Dental Practice Management Software Revenue By Component 4.2. Patient Communication 4.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.3. Scheduling 4.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.4. Payment Processing 4.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.5. Invoice/Billing 4.5.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.6. Insurance Management 4.6.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.7. Dental Charting 4.7.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 5. DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY DELIVERY MODE 5.1. Global Dental Practice Management Software Revenue By Delivery Mode 5.2. Cloud-based 5.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3. Web-based 5.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.4. On-premise 5.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 6. NORTH AMERICA DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COUNTRY 6.1. North America Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.2. North America Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 6.3. U.S. 6.3.1. U.S. Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.4. Canada 6.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.5. Mexico 6.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 7. EUROPE DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COUNTRY 7.1. Europe Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.2. Europe Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 7.3. UK 7.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4. Germany 7.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5. France 7.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.6. Spain 7.6.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.7. Rest of Europe 7.7.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 8. ASIA-PACIFIC DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COUNTRY 8.1. Asia-Pacific Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.2. Asia-Pacific Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 8.3. China 8.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4. Japan 8.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5. India 8.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6. Australia 8.6.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7. South Korea 8.7.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.8. Rest of Asia-Pacific 8.8.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.8.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 9. LATIN AMERICA DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COUNTRY 9.1. Latin America Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.2. Latin America Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 9.3. Brazil 9.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4. Argentina 9.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5. Rest of Latin America 9.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 10. MIDDLE EAST DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COUNTRY 10.1. Middle East Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.2. Middle East Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 10.3. Saudi Arabia 10.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4. UAE 10.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5. Rest of Middle East 10.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 11. AFRICA DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET BY COUNTRY 11.1. Africa Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.2. Africa Dental Practice Management Software Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 11.3. South Africa 11.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4. Egypt 11.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5. Rest of Africa 11.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Component, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Delivery Mode, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) CHAPTER 12. COMPANY PROFILE 12.1. Henry Schein 12.1.1. Company Snapshot 12.1.2. Overview 12.1.3. Financial Overview 12.1.4. Type Portfolio 12.1.5. Key Developments 12.1.6. Strategies 12.2. Patterson Dental 12.2.1. Company Snapshot 12.2.2. Overview 12.2.3. Financial Overview 12.2.4. Type Portfolio 12.2.5. Key Developments 12.2.6. Strategies 12.3. Carestream Dental 12.3.1. Company Snapshot 12.3.2. Overview 12.3.3. Financial Overview 12.3.4. Type Portfolio 12.3.5. Key Developments 12.3.6. Strategies 12.4. Curve Dental 12.4.1. Company Snapshot 12.4.2. Overview 12.4.3. Financial Overview 12.4.4. Type Portfolio 12.4.5. Key Developments 12.4.6. Strategies 12.5. Others 12.5.1. Company Snapshot 12.5.2. Overview 12.5.3. Financial Overview 12.5.4. Type Portfolio 12.5.5. Key Developments 12.5.6. Strategies CHAPTER 13. RESEARCH APPROACH 13.1. Research Methodology 13.1.1. Initial Data Search 13.1.2. Secondary Research 13.1.3. Primary Research 13.2. 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