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  • Entangled
  • Entangled
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  • An entangled player is unable to move and is considered flat-footed. They are still able to attack and cast spells as per normal however.
  • The character is ensnared. Being entangled impedes movement, but does not entirely prevent it unless the bonds are anchored to an immobile object or tethered by an opposing force. An entangled creature moves at half speed, cannot run or charge, and takes a –2 penalty on all attack rolls and a –4 penalty to Dexterity. An entangled character who attempts to cast a spell must make a Concentration check (DC 15 + the spell’s level) or lose the spell.
  • "Entangled" is a song by Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives
  • Entangled is a puzzle game where the goal is to connect all pieces into a continuous loop. The game is a successor or sequel-in-spirit to Loops of Zen. __TOC__
  • "Entangled" is a song by Genesis, recorded in November 1975 at Trident Studios, London for inclusion on the album A Trick of the Tail. It is the second track on the album, featuring 12-string acoustic guitars. Written by keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist Steve Hackett, the song tells the story of an unpleasant period of illness. The song ends with a sequence featuring a solo blending the ARP 2600 synthesizer and the choir section on Tony Banks' Mellotron. According to Banks, "Entangled" was a combination of a song fragment that Hackett had written in 6/8 but didn't yet have a chorus or a definitive direction, with a previously unused piece of music Banks had written that was also in 6/8. Banks and Hackett put the two pieces together, and had drummer, vocalist Phil Collins sing what Bank
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Album
  • Third Time's the Charm
Name
Genre
  • Indie Rock
  • Puzzle
Type
  • Puzzle
Lasts-for
  • 10
second-category
  • 攻撃時間障害
force LRB
  • yes
cowbell
  • yes
Available
  • Jan 13 2009
Language
  • English
Author
Ability
  • +25% 攻撃時間
  • 蜘蛛の巣に胴がからみ、攻撃力が鈍っています
Pub
  • 2008-12-07
Title
  • Entangled
Cover
  • Third Time's the Charm.png
Quality
  • 共通
Released
  • 2008
Gender
  • Male
Artist
  • Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives
Source
  • DLC
Rating
  • FF
solo guitar
  • yes
iga
  • No
upg
  • No
force RBR
  • yes
force iOS
  • yes
abstract
  • An entangled player is unable to move and is considered flat-footed. They are still able to attack and cast spells as per normal however.
  • The character is ensnared. Being entangled impedes movement, but does not entirely prevent it unless the bonds are anchored to an immobile object or tethered by an opposing force. An entangled creature moves at half speed, cannot run or charge, and takes a –2 penalty on all attack rolls and a –4 penalty to Dexterity. An entangled character who attempts to cast a spell must make a Concentration check (DC 15 + the spell’s level) or lose the spell.
  • "Entangled" is a song by Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives
  • Entangled is a puzzle game where the goal is to connect all pieces into a continuous loop. The game is a successor or sequel-in-spirit to Loops of Zen. __TOC__
  • "Entangled" is a song by Genesis, recorded in November 1975 at Trident Studios, London for inclusion on the album A Trick of the Tail. It is the second track on the album, featuring 12-string acoustic guitars. Written by keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist Steve Hackett, the song tells the story of an unpleasant period of illness. The song ends with a sequence featuring a solo blending the ARP 2600 synthesizer and the choir section on Tony Banks' Mellotron. According to Banks, "Entangled" was a combination of a song fragment that Hackett had written in 6/8 but didn't yet have a chorus or a definitive direction, with a previously unused piece of music Banks had written that was also in 6/8. Banks and Hackett put the two pieces together, and had drummer, vocalist Phil Collins sing what Banks' original piano part had been. Said Banks, "It produced what is probably my favourite track on that album, ending with a great cathedral-type feeling." The song was performed live during the 1976 A Trick of the Tail Tour. A live performance of this song, filmed in Glasgow, is included in the 2007 Remaster DVD. In a 11/12/2013 interview with classic rock music journalist Ray Shasho of examiner.com, Steve Hackett said this about the origin of "Entangled"... Ray Shasho states "One of my favorite Genesis albums is …A Trick of the Tail (1976) which was the first release without original frontman Peter Gabriel. I had surgery and a two week stint in the hospital a few years back and a song that came into my mind during that time was “Entangled.” Was being in the hospital the premises of the song?" Steve Hackett replied... “It was really the psychiatrist couch. Whether you place it in a hospital or somewhere else, it was the idea of drifting in and out of consciousness. I remember when I first had the lyric ready and I showed it to Phil who was going to sing it and he said this has got a Mary Poppins feel to it … Over the Rooftops and Houses. Indeed, the whole world of Disney cartoons and the attendant music was a huge influence on Genesis. Certainly throughout the 70’s, beyond that … possibly less so for them, but then I really shouldn’t comment on what they did post Gabriel and post me.” The musical arrangement of the song was the blueprint for the Elbow song "Newborn".