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Twilight Sparkle on The Wall
The Wall is an American game show that premiered on NBC on December 19, 2016. Hosted by Chris Hardwick, the show involves teams of two people facing a pegboard similar to a pachinko game (there are fifteen slots at the bottom of the pegboard and seven numbered drop zones directly opposite the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh slots on the top of the pegboard). The maximum top prize of the show (a combination of "Plinko" (a pricing game from The Price Is Right) and British game shows Tipping Point and The Exit List) is $12,374,994, which is the biggest top prize on a game show in American television history.

For round 1, there are five questions, each with two answer choices. As each question is asked, three balls are released from drop zones 1, 4, and 7. The team must lock in their answer before any ball lands in a money slot, but they may change their answer until that happens. A correct answer turns the balls green and adds the amounts they hit (ranging from $1 to $25,000) to the team's bank, while a miss or a failure to choose an answer in time turns the balls red and deducts their values. The highest possible total is $375,000; if a red ball falls into a slot with a higher value than the team's bank, it is reset to zero. In order to continue in the game, the team must finish this round with a positive bank balance. If the balance is zero, the game ends immediately and they leave with no winnings. After round 1 ends, one contestant is selected to go to an offstage isolation room to answer six questions while the other contestant remains on the stage to drop the balls.

In round 2, 
the maximum available value increases to $250,000. Two green balls are dropped into play simultaneously, from different zones chosen by the onstage player, and the amounts they hit are added to the team's bank.

Three multiple-choice questions are then played, each with three answer options. For each question, the onstage player is shown only the answers and must decide which drop zone to use, based on how confident he/she is that the isolated player can answer it correctly. The question is then read to the isolated player; after he/she answers, the ball is dropped into play. A correct answer turns the ball green and adds the amount it hits to the team's bank, while a miss turns the ball red and deducts the amount. While the isolated player is in the booth, he/she is not told whether his/her answers are correct or how the bank balance stands. For the second question, the onstage player may "Double Up", or play two balls rather than one. The third question offers a chance to "Triple Up", or play three balls. If either of these options is used, the multiple balls are all dropped from the same zone. After the third question, two red balls are dropped simultaneously from the same zones chosen by the onstage player for the initial two green ones, and the amounts they hit are deducted from the bank. The maximum amount that a team can bank in this round is $1,999,998.

For round 3, the maximum slot value rises to $1 million. Gameplay proceeds as in round 2, but each of the three questions now has four answer choices. In addition, four green and four red balls are played at the start and end of the round, respectively, and are dropped one at a time rather than simultaneously; the onstage player may choose the same zone more than once if desired. The "Double Up" and "Triple Up" options are available as before. The team can bank up to $9,999,996 in this round. 

If at any time a red ball lands in a slot with a higher value than the team's bank, the winnings are reset to zero. Consequently, if the bank falls to $0 at any point after the third question, the round ends immediately.

After the third question in round 3, the isolated player is given a chance to sign a contract and give up the team's bank in favor of a guaranteed payout. This guarantee is equal to the team's Free Fall winnings, plus $20,000 for each question answered correctly in Rounds 2 and 3. After Round 3 ends, the isolated player is then brought back onstage and told how many correct answers he/she gave, the total of the payout, and the amount in the bank. If he/she has turned down the contract, the team wins the banked money, if any.

In this deviation, a team consisting of Twilight Sparkle and Flash Sentry are playing the game. While Flash is in the isolation booth, Twilight is on the stage; she elected to play three balls on the third and final question in round 3 in drop zone 5. Flash answered the final question in round 3 correctly, and all three balls turned green and dropped from that drop zone. When they arrived at the bottom of the pegboard, the balls landed in slots 11, 13, and 14. In round 3, those slots contain $10, $100, and $1,000,000, respectively. Before the third and final question, the team's total was $674,910; a correct answer meant that the current total was now $1,675,020.

Now Flash Sentry faces a difficult decision. At the end of round 1, he and Twilight Sparkle had a total of $78,450; four correct answers were given in round 3, increasing the guaranteed total to $158,450. Once the red balls drop, the current total will be reduced, but by how much? Will Flash Sentry sign the contract and leave with the guaranteed total or will he tear it up and receive the team's total bank, if any? Find out soon!

Vector (Twilight Sparkle) from osipush.deviantart.com/

MLP is owned by Hasbro, while The Wall is owned by Glassman Media, which licensed the show to NBC. The show's executive producers are Chris Hardwick, Andrew Glassman, LeBron James, and Maverick Carter.

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Bring it on, Miep Gies! Everyone in the New York metro area, stay safe!
(Miep Gies is the pen name for Hermine Santruschitz, of which the first name is the storm name)
I am shutting down my DeviantArt account temporarily. I will return to DeviantArt on December 17, 2016.
Pittsburgh Penguins: 2016 Stanley Cup Champions
After an incredible postseason, we finally now have our Stanley Cup champions!

After a mediocre start in the first two months of the season, the Pittsburgh Penguins had realized that they were out of playoff position. They were ranked tenth in the Eastern Conference standings during that time, and as a result, on December 12, 2015, they fired head coach Mike Johnston and promoted Mike Sullivan to head coach. The Penguins were not even predicted to make the playoffs at that point in time, but they did something that only very few teams done before in NHL history. They would eventually finish second in the Metropolitan Division and would face the New York Rangers in the first round of the playoffs.

After losing in 5 games to the Rangers in the first round in 2015, they would avenge that series loss by defeating the Rangers in 5 games. The Penguins then faced the top-seeded Washington Capitals in the second round. Despite losing their first game against the Capitals in overtime, the Penguins would eliminate them in six games. In the third round of the playoffs, the Penguins would face the Tampa Bay Lightning, who defeated the Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals in 2015; both teams traded back-and-forth wins in the first six games to force a seventh game in Pittsburgh. In that game, Bryan Rust scored two of the game's three goals in a 2-1 Penguins victory to send them to the 2016 Stanley Cup Finals.

In the championship series, the Penguins won the first two games at home before taking a 1-goal lead into the third period of Game 3 in San Jose. However, Joel Ward tied the game in the third period and the Sharks would win that game in overtime. The Penguins would take a commanding 3-1 series lead with a win in Game 4, and had a chance to win the series at home in Pittsburgh in Game 5. San Jose, however, realized that the Sharks would have to win the next three games to win a title, and they extended the series with a 4-2 win in Pittsburgh, sending the series back to San Jose for Game 6. The Penguins then defeated the Sharks 3-1 in Game 6 in San Jose to win their fourth Stanley Cup title (in fact, they won all 4 of their titles on the road).

Sidney Crosby, who scored 6 goals and had 13 assists during the postseason, won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the entire Stanley Cup Playoffs. The most valuable player in the Stanley Cup Finals alone, however, went to Sharks goaltender Martin Jones, who posted a higher save percentage than Penguins goaltender Matt Murray during the series. Despite Jones having a higher save percentage, the Sharks did not score enough goals to force a seventh game.


MLP is owned by Hasbro, while all NHL team trademarks and logos are property of the National Hockey League.

Ponies created at ponylumen.net/
Bracket from printteamschedules.deviantart.…
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San Jose's farm team won a championship over Pittsburgh's farm team, but there will be a sixth game.

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Athletic-Dashie Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2016
You're not shutting down your account are you?
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j4lambert Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2016  Student General Artist
i am not shutting it down!
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j4lambert Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2016  Student General Artist
i didnt make it because i have a hefty amount of college work to do.
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j4lambert Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2016  Student General Artist
i did not make it unfortunately due to college work.
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Warriorofvengeance2 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
wheres this years world series bracket
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powerkidzforever Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016
Happy Birthday bud :)
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j4lambert Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016  Student General Artist
Well, thanks.
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eagc7 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
happy bday!
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j4lambert Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016  Student General Artist
It's not only my birthday today, but it is also Argentina's 200th anniversary of its independence.
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eagc7 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
awesome!
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