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  • Michael „Bully“ Herbig (* 29. April 1968 in München) ist ein deutscher Komiker, Schauspieler, Unternehmer, Drehbuchautor, Jodeltalent, Regisseur, Erfinder des VW Typ 2 Kleintransporters, Performer und Gestalter, Dichter und Denker, Synchronsprecher (nach einer Maß asynchron) und Produzent, Hans und Dampf, Macher und Tuer.
  • Bully, nella versione europea Canis Canem Edit (ovvero Cane il cane mangia), è un videogioco americano il cui scopo è imprecisato attraverso una ancor più imprecisata trama piena di personaggi con ancor più che più che imprecisate varianti di smanie personali...
  • Bullys sind schwarze, kugelförmige Wesen, die versuchen, ihre Gegner in die Lava oder in Löcher zu rammen. Sie treten erstmals in Super Mario 64 auf. Sie fühlen sich in Lavagebieten und auf Eisbergen wohl. Der Anführer und zugleich Größte der Bullys ist Eis-Bully. Ein mittelgroßer Bully aus Eis ist Bad Bully.
  • Die Afrikanische Elefantenkuh Bully lebt im Zoo der Stadt Barcelona in Katalonien (Spanien).
  • Bullies are generally black spherical creatures with 2 green, shoe-esque feet. Bullies also have 2 large horns on the top of their head and bloodshot eyes. In recent games such as Super Mario 3D World, Bullies are now a bluish color and their horns no longer point up, they also have a rim right above the feet.
  • Bullies return with a distinctly different appearance. They are purple and made of metallic material. They are also more of a capsule shape instead of a sphere.
  • The Bully is an alien attacks Roger Wilco if he tries to exit the Monolith Burger Fast Food Dive from the wrong hatch.
  • In 2011 a bunch of comedians got together and said to themselves "Wouldn't it be funny if we could get a bunch of self important cunts to rant about how bad bullying is as though bully's will care? If would be only better if we could get them to act as though only straight people can be bullys and only gay get bullied! LOL" The following was the result of that meeting:
  • Bully is a character in For the Birds.
  • Bully ist eine Figur aus der Baureihe Toy Story.
  • Style: When playing, he always takes the bull by the horns! Fact: His sisters is a real cow! This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • "Bully" is a song by Shinedown {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
  • Bully was a Crab feat of those who bore the strength of the legendary Hida O-Ushi.
  • Bully is Telly Monster's cousin, who comes to visit in the "High Noon" online storybook. He is a blue monster with a pink nose, yellow horns and a brown mustache. Despite what Oscar says, he is not a big and mean tough guy. He's just a fun-loving monster who plays the banjo.
  • The Bully is a minor character in Clarence. He threatens the Unnamed kid with yellow shirt and glasses to take his money in "Clarence's Millions".
  • Bully is a character in the Super Mario series. He first appeared in Super Mario 64 DS. He is a subspecies of Bully that are also called Chill Bullies. He appeared in Snowman's Land.
  • A bully is an unself controlled person that often commits crimes such as shade abuse, which results in life in prision if caught by an authority, who may or may not be high and/or drunk while catching him/her (the bully).
  • Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit, is a third person action-adventure video game released by Rockstar Vancouver for the PlayStation 2. The game was released as Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Xbox 360, Wii and PC. Bully: Scholarship Edition was released by Rockstar Vancouver, with Mad Doc Software (now known as Rockstar New England), involved with the development. The game utilized Renderware for the PS2 version, and later switched over to Gamebryo.
  • "Bully" is the eleventh episode of Season Nine of Criminal Minds.
  • Bully is a third person sandbox style game created by Rockstar Games.
  • Bully is a mental, mundane disadvantage, described in Basic Set, p. 125.
  • thumb Bully, también conocido en Europa como Canis Canem Edit, es videojuego no lineal desarrollado por Rockstar Vancouver para la consola PlayStation 2. El protagonista del juego es Jimmy Hopkins, un chico de 15 años víctima del acoso escolar, que debido a la pasividad de los profesores debe defenderse de los matones por sus propios medios.
  • You build two hammer resources every time you set impaired state. * Passive * AP Cost : 9 * Whenever you apply Impaired, you build 2 Hammer Resources.
  • The plot of the game revolves around 15 year old protagonist Jimmy Hopkins and his adventures at Bullworth Academy, a prestigious prep school in the town of Bullworth in an unspecified New England state. It has been proven that Bully exists in the same fictional universe as both the GTA and Manhunt series.
  • Requirements : All but Half-Orcs and Half-Ogres Description : You were the class bully, big and dumb. Extortion and intimidation have afforded you a bonus to Strength (+1), but getting people to do your homework for you leaves you with a deficiency in Intelligence (-1).
  • The Bully is a character in Fable and Fable: The Lost Chapters who bullies everyone in Oakvale who is shorter than he is. When the Hero meets him, he is trying to get Rosie, his sister's teddy bear, from a boy using force and threats. The Bully intended to tear the bear's head off after acquiring it from the boy. The Hero gets the choice to either scare him away or help him pick on the other boy. If the Hero punches the other boy and receives the teddy bear, the Bully offers to give the Hero half of the other boy's pocket money. If the Hero agrees, the Bully gives him one Gold. If the Hero punches the Bully, he apologizes for being mean and begs for the Hero to leave him alone. He then runs off.
  • Type of Feat: Character history Prerequisite: Strength 10+, chosen only during character creation phase. Specifics: Whether through size, confidence, or a sinister appearance, you've always been able to provoke people into doing what you want. When things went wrong, you were tough enough to give as good as you got. Your fearsome presence often lends an unpleasant edge to even friendly conversations. You gain +1 to Intimidate and Fortitude saving throws, but suffer -1 to Bluff and -2 to Diplomacy. Use: Automatic.
  • Bullies are a sub-species of the genus Homo Sapiens bulliboi otherwise knows as Ben Hartley's. They thrive on making other people's lives miserable as a means of entertainment. They are used to prove the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes and they worship the Lord of the Flies. They're usually large in size, and are muscular (this makes up for the lack of a proper sized brain). Bullies usually are covered in hair and tend to be smaller downstairs than the average member of Homo Sapiens. Their skulls, on average, are 5 centimetres thicker as well. The prevailing hypothesis is that this is due to a dramatically reduced frontal cortex.
  • The Bully is a character from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. A Hylian boy, the Dark World has transformed him into a red-skinned monster found on Death Mountain. When he is first seen, he is kicking around his friend. When Link speaks to the Bully, he reveals that he came to the Dark World in search of the Triforce, but was transformed into a demonic creature by the Dark World's mysterious effects. The Bully constantly chases after his friend, who has taken the shape of a ball in the Dark World. The ball constantly runs away from the Bully, who follows him and kicks him like a soccer ball, possibly giving the Bully his name.
  • At an art gallery, two people notice blood from a dead body from the floor above. The victim’s name is Ellen Sazelin, the CFO of a wine company called Luscious Grape. She bled to death from a severed carotid and there are signs of anal trauma, but no DNA. One of the tenants in Ellen’s building says that Andreas, the artist that owns the galley tried to assault her. Andreas is cleared as a suspect and the detectives talk to the CEO of Luscious Grape, Annette Cole.
  • Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit in the PAL region, is a third person action-adventure video game released by Rockstar Vancouver for the PlayStation 2 on October 17, 2006 in the United States, and October 25, 2006 in the United Kingdom. An Xbox version was originally planned, but was cancelled for undisclosed reasons. The game was re-released with enhanced graphics, new features and characters as Bully: Scholarship Edition on March 4, 2008 for the Wii and Xbox 360 and October 24, 2008 on the PC. The PlayStation 2 version of the game is also available in the United States as a special edition that includes a limited edition comic book and a dodgeball of the same style as the ones used in the game, with the word Bully embossed on it.
  • Species Location Weapon Abilities The bully, also known as the spinning lurker, is an enemy in The Precursor Legacy found in pool hubs at the lost Precursor city. They appear to be very similar to bone armor lurkers but much shorter and stout, though share the same traits such as blue skin, bone armor, and similar physical structure. They are enclosed in a wooden cage that is spiked, where they will then spin around inflicting harm on intruders.
  • As a child, Spock was the target of bullies in both the prime reality and the alternate reality, due to his half-Human status. (TAS: "Yesteryear",Star Trek) The immortal Flint once referred to his first life as Akharin, saying that he was "a soldier, a bully, and a fool". (TOS: "Requiem for Methuselah" ) Captain Jean-Luc Picard once told his brother Robert that when they were growing up, Robert had been a bully. Robert responded that he had enjoyed bullying Jean-Luc with the statement resulting in the two having a fight. (TNG: "Family" )
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  • Bully ist Woodys treues Pferd. In der TV-Serie kann Bully über riesige Felschschluchten springen, doch hinter der Kamera ist er „nur“ ein liebenswertes Pferd. Bully ist immer darauf bedacht, es allen recht zu machen.
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  • *Bully - Grenay, infrastructure de Bully-les-Mines . *Bully-les-Mines .
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  • The Bully as he appears in the Dark World and the Light World
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  • BullyPedia es un proyecto de Fandom dedicada al juego Bully/Canis Canem Edit, desarrollado por Rockstar Games.
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  • Michael „Bully“ Herbig (* 29. April 1968 in München) ist ein deutscher Komiker, Schauspieler, Unternehmer, Drehbuchautor, Jodeltalent, Regisseur, Erfinder des VW Typ 2 Kleintransporters, Performer und Gestalter, Dichter und Denker, Synchronsprecher (nach einer Maß asynchron) und Produzent, Hans und Dampf, Macher und Tuer.
  • Bully, nella versione europea Canis Canem Edit (ovvero Cane il cane mangia), è un videogioco americano il cui scopo è imprecisato attraverso una ancor più imprecisata trama piena di personaggi con ancor più che più che imprecisate varianti di smanie personali...
  • Bullys sind schwarze, kugelförmige Wesen, die versuchen, ihre Gegner in die Lava oder in Löcher zu rammen. Sie treten erstmals in Super Mario 64 auf. Sie fühlen sich in Lavagebieten und auf Eisbergen wohl. Der Anführer und zugleich Größte der Bullys ist Eis-Bully. Ein mittelgroßer Bully aus Eis ist Bad Bully.
  • Die Afrikanische Elefantenkuh Bully lebt im Zoo der Stadt Barcelona in Katalonien (Spanien).
  • Bullies are generally black spherical creatures with 2 green, shoe-esque feet. Bullies also have 2 large horns on the top of their head and bloodshot eyes. In recent games such as Super Mario 3D World, Bullies are now a bluish color and their horns no longer point up, they also have a rim right above the feet.
  • Bullies return with a distinctly different appearance. They are purple and made of metallic material. They are also more of a capsule shape instead of a sphere.
  • The Bully is an alien attacks Roger Wilco if he tries to exit the Monolith Burger Fast Food Dive from the wrong hatch.
  • In 2011 a bunch of comedians got together and said to themselves "Wouldn't it be funny if we could get a bunch of self important cunts to rant about how bad bullying is as though bully's will care? If would be only better if we could get them to act as though only straight people can be bullys and only gay get bullied! LOL" The following was the result of that meeting:
  • Bully is a character in For the Birds.
  • Bully ist eine Figur aus der Baureihe Toy Story.
  • Bullies are a sub-species of the genus Homo Sapiens bulliboi otherwise knows as Ben Hartley's. They thrive on making other people's lives miserable as a means of entertainment. They are used to prove the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes and they worship the Lord of the Flies. They're usually large in size, and are muscular (this makes up for the lack of a proper sized brain). Bullies usually are covered in hair and tend to be smaller downstairs than the average member of Homo Sapiens. Their skulls, on average, are 5 centimetres thicker as well. The prevailing hypothesis is that this is due to a dramatically reduced frontal cortex. Bully fashion is still being debated by the experts. What little they currently agree on is that Bullies tend to wear clothes that emphasize their muscles. They wear t-shirts and shorts in most climates, occasionally donning pants if the weather is exceptionally cold. Due to their reduced cognitive ability, regular bathing and laundering does not always happen. This is exacerbated by the great amount of physical activity needed to hurl nerds, causing Bullies to sweat profusely. It has been noted that bullies will remain in one set of clothes for multiple days.
  • Style: When playing, he always takes the bull by the horns! Fact: His sisters is a real cow! This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit in the PAL region, is a third person action-adventure video game released by Rockstar Vancouver for the PlayStation 2 on October 17, 2006 in the United States, and October 25, 2006 in the United Kingdom. An Xbox version was originally planned, but was cancelled for undisclosed reasons. The game was re-released with enhanced graphics, new features and characters as Bully: Scholarship Edition on March 4, 2008 for the Wii and Xbox 360 and October 24, 2008 on the PC. The PlayStation 2 version of the game is also available in the United States as a special edition that includes a limited edition comic book and a dodgeball of the same style as the ones used in the game, with the word Bully embossed on it. On December 18, 2012, Bully has been re-released on the PS2 Classics for the PlayStation 3 in the PlayStation Store and as of March 22, 2016, was later released as a downloadable enhanced PlayStation 2 classics version for the PlayStation 4, with enhanced framerate and graphic resolution.
  • "Bully" is a song by Shinedown {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
  • Bully was a Crab feat of those who bore the strength of the legendary Hida O-Ushi.
  • The Bully is a character from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. A Hylian boy, the Dark World has transformed him into a red-skinned monster found on Death Mountain. When he is first seen, he is kicking around his friend. When Link speaks to the Bully, he reveals that he came to the Dark World in search of the Triforce, but was transformed into a demonic creature by the Dark World's mysterious effects. The Bully constantly chases after his friend, who has taken the shape of a ball in the Dark World. The ball constantly runs away from the Bully, who follows him and kicks him like a soccer ball, possibly giving the Bully his name. When Link wishes on the Triforce for Ganon's evil to be undone at the end of the game, all of Agahnim's wrongdoings are fixed. As a result, the Bully is transported back to the Light World. During the end credits, the Bully can be seen chasing after his friend, both in their normal Hylian forms, just outside of the Tower of Hera, the light world equivalent of their Dark World spot.
  • Bully is Telly Monster's cousin, who comes to visit in the "High Noon" online storybook. He is a blue monster with a pink nose, yellow horns and a brown mustache. Despite what Oscar says, he is not a big and mean tough guy. He's just a fun-loving monster who plays the banjo.
  • As a child, Spock was the target of bullies in both the prime reality and the alternate reality, due to his half-Human status. (TAS: "Yesteryear",Star Trek) The immortal Flint once referred to his first life as Akharin, saying that he was "a soldier, a bully, and a fool". (TOS: "Requiem for Methuselah" ) Captain Jean-Luc Picard once told his brother Robert that when they were growing up, Robert had been a bully. Robert responded that he had enjoyed bullying Jean-Luc with the statement resulting in the two having a fight. (TNG: "Family" ) Jake Potts once bullied his brother Willie with deadly consequences. Jake tricked Willie into thinking Willie had killed him in a laser duel and Willie, in terror, fled into an alien forest on Ogus II and ate a deadly cove palm. Willie was later rushed to a starbase for emergency medical care. (TNG: "Brothers" ) Miss Kyle addressed several concerns about Alexander Rozhenko in 2368, including his bullying behavior. (TNG: "New Ground" ) Captain Kathryn Janeway once told Maje Culluh of the Kazon-Nistrim that she didn't like threats or bullies, as she considered him to be a bully. (VOY: "State of Flux")
  • The Bully is a minor character in Clarence. He threatens the Unnamed kid with yellow shirt and glasses to take his money in "Clarence's Millions".
  • Bully is a character in the Super Mario series. He first appeared in Super Mario 64 DS. He is a subspecies of Bully that are also called Chill Bullies. He appeared in Snowman's Land.
  • A bully is an unself controlled person that often commits crimes such as shade abuse, which results in life in prision if caught by an authority, who may or may not be high and/or drunk while catching him/her (the bully).
  • Species Location Weapon Abilities The bully, also known as the spinning lurker, is an enemy in The Precursor Legacy found in pool hubs at the lost Precursor city. They appear to be very similar to bone armor lurkers but much shorter and stout, though share the same traits such as blue skin, bone armor, and similar physical structure. They are enclosed in a wooden cage that is spiked, where they will then spin around inflicting harm on intruders. The only way to destroy these lurkers is to jump and dive (+), attacking their vulnerable spot which is on top of their cage, not supported by any formidable structure or defensive spikes. It is easier to destroy these lurkers when they are stationary, as they pause for a moment out of dizziness after spinning for about ten seconds. They can then be easily destroyed, though, they are usually accompanied by more of their own.
  • Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit, is a third person action-adventure video game released by Rockstar Vancouver for the PlayStation 2. The game was released as Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Xbox 360, Wii and PC. Bully: Scholarship Edition was released by Rockstar Vancouver, with Mad Doc Software (now known as Rockstar New England), involved with the development. The game utilized Renderware for the PS2 version, and later switched over to Gamebryo.
  • "Bully" is the eleventh episode of Season Nine of Criminal Minds.
  • Bully is a third person sandbox style game created by Rockstar Games.
  • Bully is a mental, mundane disadvantage, described in Basic Set, p. 125.
  • thumb Bully, también conocido en Europa como Canis Canem Edit, es videojuego no lineal desarrollado por Rockstar Vancouver para la consola PlayStation 2. El protagonista del juego es Jimmy Hopkins, un chico de 15 años víctima del acoso escolar, que debido a la pasividad de los profesores debe defenderse de los matones por sus propios medios.
  • At an art gallery, two people notice blood from a dead body from the floor above. The victim’s name is Ellen Sazelin, the CFO of a wine company called Luscious Grape. She bled to death from a severed carotid and there are signs of anal trauma, but no DNA. One of the tenants in Ellen’s building says that Andreas, the artist that owns the galley tried to assault her. Andreas is cleared as a suspect and the detectives talk to the CEO of Luscious Grape, Annette Cole. It is discovered that Ellen had a drinking problem and one of her co-workers, Bruce says that she was drinking the night she was murdered and last week, he heard her on a call screaming at somebody. When the detectives go over Ellen’s phone logs, they find a threatening voice mail to Ellen which came from a business called “My Leather Fantasy” and the phone calls came from a man named Juan Alvarez. Fin and Elliot arrive at the “My Leather Fantasy” warehouse and spot Alvarez, who bolts, but Fin catches him. As they arrest him and walk him out, a man shoots Alvarez point-blank, saying that Alvarez killed his wife. The shooter, Mr. Gilchrest says that Alvarez left his wife threatening messages which caused her to die from the stress. Alvarez claims that he told Mrs. Gilchrest that if she was unhappy, she should post negative stuff about him online because the more comments he gets on his web site, either good or bad, the higher his Google ranking will become and it translates to more sales. When Elliot questions him about Ellen’s death, he denies killing her and says that he was scaring someone else the night Ellen was killed. Alvarez’s alibi checks out and Dr. Warner tells the detectives that she’s ruling Ellen’s death as undetermined because she may have not been murdered due to the lack of DNA or fingerprints. She thinks that Ellen was possibly drunk and fell onto the vase which cut her neck, pleasured herself with the wine bottle, and she has bald spots due to trichotillomania, in which people pull out their hair due to a reaction from stress. Olivia wonders what is really going on at Luscious Grape. The detectives speak to the employees at Luscious Grape, who all say that everything at the company is fine. They think that the responses from the employees sound as if someone told them what to say. Olivia gets a phone call from Andreas, who says that he heard loud noises from Ellen’s loft. When the detectives arrive to Ellen’s loft, they discover the crime tape seal is broken and the loft is a mess. The patrol officer says that she saw a figure escaping from the loft by using the fire escape. Elliot discovers a flash drive on Ellen’s desk. Back at the precinct, Morales is able to open the files on the flash drive which are video files from a web cam. One of the video files shows Annette enraged and loudly berating her employees along with Ellen looking terrified. Annette rants at Ellen, saying that she’s been carrying her for years and wants her to come into her office. Ellen refuses to until Annette calms down and Annette slaps her. Olivia and Elliot interrogate Annette, showing her the video of her yeling and slapping Ellen. Annette claims that they were having a disagreement and someone’s trying to make her look bad. She also says that she pushes everyone just like she pushes herself, but Elliot calls her a bully. Annette blames Ellen, who was trying to buy her out. The detectives tell Annette that a waiter told them that she threw a coffee cup at Ellen, but Annette says that’s not true. Annette tells the detectives that she went home after dinner and didn’t hurt Ellen. Elliot calls Annette a “pissy tyrant” and that Ellen was the perfect victim for Annette because she never fought back. Annette leaves when the detectives say they aren’t charging her with anything yet. After Annette leaves, the detectives work on another plan. Elliot says that he’ll ask Hardwicke to get Luscious Grape’s financial records along with Ellen’s disability and medical claims. Later on, Elliot asks Bruce about Annette’s behavior and his expensive car which Bruce says was a “bonus.” Fin talks to one of the employees, Corinne Stafford, who says that Annette is a great boss while Elliot talks to another employee, Justin Jennings (who is caring for his disabled mother) who says that Annette’s generosity is a “godsend.” Fin talks to another employee, David Watson, who says that working for Annette is a dream job and no one will ever say a bad word about her. Fin wonders what’s going on. Dr. Huang tells the detectives the reason for the employees’ behavior is a form of Stockholm Syndrome, where they are emotionally bonded to Annette so they can survive. Elliot discovers that another company named Globacol is prepared to buy Luscious Grape for $500 million and next month, Luscious Grape is coming out with a new type of premium vodka. Dr. Huang says that Annette’s hold over her employees will only get stronger and subpoenaing them as hostile witnesses will not get them anywhere. Fin tells everyone that the videos of Annette’s behavior have already hit the news and according to MSNBC, the information came from a package sent by Ellen herself before her death. The story has also hit the Internet as well, and Annette is receiving withdrawn orders and hateful messages. Dr. Huang declares that Annette has been convicted by a "court of public opinion." Meanwhile as Annette heads to work, she is mobbed by news crews, as well as several workers, who angrily yell out hateful names on her for her bullying nature against her workers. As Elliot and Olivia arrive, Annette accuses them of leaking the video to the press and that she’s going to sue the NYPD for emotional distress. As the press continues to hound Annette, she demands the detectives to help, but Elliot and Olivia, knowing that she deserves such a consequence, refuse and instead tell Annette to do it herself. Angered, Annette screams at the press to get out of her way as she goes to work. Later, Annette is all over the newspapers and television, plus Globocal has withdrawn their offer to buy Luscious Grape, citing their morals clause. Olivia says that Annette’s lawyer set up a press conference tomorrow and wants her & Elliot to be there. The next day at the press conference, Annette says that she never meant to cause any harm, but then berates her business partners, customers, employees, the press, and the NYPD, as she believes they're all turning against her. She ends the conference by pulling out a gun, placing it under her chin, and killing herself to the shock of everyone because they “made her do this.” At the precinct, Dr. Huang says it was Annette’s final act as a bully by feigning contrition to draw her victims in and traumatizing them by saying, “You made me do this.” Olivia says that it worked. Elliot says that Hardwicke will take Annette’s rant about Ellen’s murder as an admission of murder. Also, Annette’s attorney has petitioned a judge on behalf of her estate and leaving her money to her dog, and leaving her former employees with nothing. Fin tells the detectives that Bruce got involved in a hit and run. At the hospital, Bruce tells the detectives about his accident and that he didn’t look when he crossed the street, claiming it was an accident. A witness says that the car that hit Bruce never stopped, but Bruce said it was his fault. Later, the detectives look at the surveillance footage and see Bruce talking to the driver of the car that hit him, then the car backs up & hits Bruce. When Olivia and Elliot talk to the driver of the car, the man tells them he doesn’t drive anymore. He says his granddaughter borrowed the car and someone backed into it. The man’s granddaughter turns out to be Corinne, who denies running Bruce over, but Elliot shows her pictures from the surveillance camera. Olivia brings in Bruce to listen to the interrogation and Bruce tries to prevent Corinne from talking. Corinne claims that Bruce killed Ellen, but Bruce denies it, saying that Ellen was already dead when he arrived at her loft. Corinne says that Bruce ruined their plan which was to prevent Ellen from revealing their secret at work. Bruce says the bullying, bonuses, and payouts were to keep them quiet about Annette because they had a lot to lose if Ellen told everyone about her Annette's bullying nature. Corinne told Bruce, David, and Justin that Ellen was losing it, plus Annette never knew about the tapes. Disgusted, Olivia tells Corinne and Bruce that they all killed Ellen with their greed. Corinne says that David broke into Ellen’s loft to find the flash drive, but Ellen had already to the TV station. Corinne says that all they wanted was to be rich. Dr. Warner tells Elliot and Olivia that Ellen’s death was not accidental. Ellen was drunk, but someone else got her that way. There wasn’t alcohol in Ellen’s stomach, but Dr. Warner found cells only found on the anus on the rim of the bottle which means that someone intoxicated Ellen by putting the bottle of wine through her anus. Dr. Warner says that taking the alcohol that way got into Ellen’s system easier. In the end, it is revealed that Justin tried to seduce Ellen. She rejected him and, in his anger, accidentally pushed her, which caused her to fall against the coffee table, and then a vase broke. He saw the broken glass in her neck and panicked. Justin tried to make Ellen’s death look like an accident so he shoved the wine bottle into her anus to have the alcohol applied directly to her bloodstream. Justin is arrested for Ellen’s death and the detective escort him out as Justin’s mother calls for him endlessly.
  • You build two hammer resources every time you set impaired state. * Passive * AP Cost : 9 * Whenever you apply Impaired, you build 2 Hammer Resources.
  • The plot of the game revolves around 15 year old protagonist Jimmy Hopkins and his adventures at Bullworth Academy, a prestigious prep school in the town of Bullworth in an unspecified New England state. It has been proven that Bully exists in the same fictional universe as both the GTA and Manhunt series.
  • Requirements : All but Half-Orcs and Half-Ogres Description : You were the class bully, big and dumb. Extortion and intimidation have afforded you a bonus to Strength (+1), but getting people to do your homework for you leaves you with a deficiency in Intelligence (-1).
  • The Bully is a character in Fable and Fable: The Lost Chapters who bullies everyone in Oakvale who is shorter than he is. When the Hero meets him, he is trying to get Rosie, his sister's teddy bear, from a boy using force and threats. The Bully intended to tear the bear's head off after acquiring it from the boy. The Hero gets the choice to either scare him away or help him pick on the other boy. If the Hero punches the other boy and receives the teddy bear, the Bully offers to give the Hero half of the other boy's pocket money. If the Hero agrees, the Bully gives him one Gold. If the Hero punches the Bully, he apologizes for being mean and begs for the Hero to leave him alone. He then runs off.
  • Type of Feat: Character history Prerequisite: Strength 10+, chosen only during character creation phase. Specifics: Whether through size, confidence, or a sinister appearance, you've always been able to provoke people into doing what you want. When things went wrong, you were tough enough to give as good as you got. Your fearsome presence often lends an unpleasant edge to even friendly conversations. You gain +1 to Intimidate and Fortitude saving throws, but suffer -1 to Bluff and -2 to Diplomacy. Use: Automatic.
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