It means in this case in one of the senses that I'm using someone else's example. Googling stuff like that should find it pretty easy and will help you learn English more than someone telling you. I know because I've studied Spanish a lot. When someone tells me I often forget but if I look up more likely I'll remember.
HS Needs Mirror Mode: Make Any Deck, 50% You Play it Versus Itself or Play Someone Else's Vs Theirs.
Please Help Support This Obvious and Needed Idea. Stop Playing With 1% of your Collection.
Ofc I googled it. Translator gives me several versions of translation. Back, on the back, on the shoulders, counter-shipping, combine, combined, additional. How did I understand this means to drag anything on back, isn't it? Leatherclad Hogleader
Hmm. You're right, I googled it too and the first explanations didn't say how it is used metaphorically. You are also right on the answer, your turn.
I'm the biggest of those.I have deathcry, of course.Also I have a battlerattle.Because it's kinda chattel.
Nope, but it's close.
Nope. Add first and last lines to it. Still close btw.
Yes, those cards are close, but not quite. There is a ~6 such cards.
[it's still DestroyerR's turn, isn't it?]
I notice I am confused. Something I believe isn't true. How do I know what I think I know?Harry James Potter-Evans-Verres, hpmor.com
[Yup, but he is not reply yet. I think he doesn't mind.]
Nope. Listen hint: "I'm the biggest of THOSE."
Advanced hint: it doesn't have deathcry by itself.
Da Da Da Da Undatakah kah kah kah?
On the right track! You added last line. Now add first line with "listen" hint.
C'mon. Pronounce "those" slowly.
Papa Nurgle wants to share his gifts.
N'Zoth, the Corruptor
Fedrion is right.
I think I'm going to visit other hearthstone sites and advertise this game to get some new blood around here....
There is no other hearthstone sites.
Sorry for the delay, I've had a rough week.
The usurper came and he was on fire
Everybody loved him and everybody left me
Under a new sun I may rise
But let's be real, I'm a legacy of the past.
Kind of an easy one.
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