Sins Of The Father [v0.7]
Sins of the Father v0.7 by Kaffekop, Sins of the Father is a game about the story revolves around a young man, named Mack, who has to come to terms with both his past and his future after having lost his father during a home invasion.
Sins of the Father [v0.7]
Joffrey never died at the Purple Wedding so Tyrion wasn't put on trial for his death nor did he murder his father and lover. Sansa didn't fall into the hands of Littlefinger - though she did fall into bed and babe with Tyrion.
As the second son of the Count de Valmain, Ian de Valmain was neither destined for greatness nor to inherit his father's noble title. But when the King of the neighboring nation is assassinated, old rivalries, unchecked ambition, and political intrigue thrust Ian into a world of war and violence he isn't prepared for. In order to save his county, Ian must go undercover in a mercenary camp, where he will be pushed to his limits, forced to choose what lines he's willing to cross and which ones he cannot live with. Can he protect those he loves and find happiness and love for himself? How far is he willing to go? Whatever he chooses, one thing is certain: Ian's life will never be the same.Winner of 7 Alex d'Or awards, including Best Game, Best Story, and Best Atmosphere & Immersion, Bleeding Moons is a mature interactive adventure about fate, duty, honor, love, and free will. The decisions you make as Ian de Valmain will change both your life and those of the people around you. Determine the outcome of a war and the fate of several countries as you take on vital missions, meet unexpected friends and powerful enemies, find love with one of three remarkable women, and navigate your way to multiple possible endings in this fully interactive world.
Nothing much is known about Timmy's life before the crash, other than he had a father, Eric, who was a TV celebrity, survival star and expert, had a mother who had recently died in a tragic accident, implying she didn't die of natural causes, and appeared to love to draw, as evidenced by his drawings found in the plane.
Timmy is first seen sleeping on his father's arm, and remains asleep until Eric picks up Timmy's survival book. The plane then begins to experience a large amount of turbulence, which wakes him up, and he begins to hold onto his father's arm.
Despite being abducted, Timmy was initially kept alive, as evidenced by his multiple drawings scattered throughout caves, suggesting that Mathew Cross led him through various cave systems and villages before bringing him to the Sahara Laboratory. After Mathew Cross does so, he places Timmy inside the Resurrection Obelisk, resulting in Timmy's life being taken and Megan being resurrected. He is left inside the machine afterwards.Timmy's body is later found by his father, Eric, who is emotionally distraught at the sight of his dead son. However, Eric manages to figure out that in order to bring back his son, he needs a sacrifice. Eric then kills a mutated Megan and attempts to use her to bring back his son, but the artifact requires a live specimen. After Eric uses the second obelisk, also known as the power obelisk, to cause another plane to crash, the game cuts to one year later.
In your revision, please pay particular attention to the following points:1) Provide a more quantitative analysis of the genetic architecture of parthenogenesis in Artemia (number of loci, dominance etc), including a discussion of female heterogamety in this system. This would also allow you to more clearly highlight the 'novel' findings of the present ms relative to the reports of functional males produced by parthenogenetic females in your 2013 publication in JEB. 2) I think you could extend your discussion on whether the different parthenogenetic Artemia lineages were likely generated via contagious parthenogenesis, or whether they evolved independently from each other. This would of course depend on the relative fitnesses of sexual, parthenogenetic, and different sex-parthenogenetic hybrid females, but also on how likely 'parthenogenetically-produced males' are to encounter sexual females in natural populations and father offspring when in competition with sexual males. Overall, you seem to assume that because 'parthenogenetically-produced' males are functional, their production is adaptive. However, whether this is the case depends on the fitness of these males in natural populations and whether or not the production of such males is costly for females. 041b061a72