A WOLF, having stolen a lamb from a fold, was carrying him off to his lair. A Lion met him in the path, and seizing the lamb, took it from him. Standing at a safe distance, the Wolf exclaimed, "You have unrighteously taken that which was mine from me!" To which the Lion jeeringly replied, "It was righteously yours, eh? The gift of a friend?'francoiscourson-art.com
Or forced examples, 'gainst her own content,
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<p>The final Rick and Morty x Merge Dragons! collaborative event has now kicked off and is set to run until next Monday, August 10th. It introduces new treasure, creatures, mysterious portals, and more.</p><p>The Mortyablo Deja Moo event, as it's known, sees Rick and Morty travel through yet another portal; this time an ominous red one. As soon as they're through, the pair find themselves ambushed by strange bovine creatures.</p>Merge Dragons! celebrates its third anniversary with a dessert-themed in-game event<p>Rick quite fancies claiming the treasure they're hoarding – an especially impressive garden gnome. Morty, however, doesn't quite agree that such a prize is worth the effort and potentially their lives. Naturally, Morty doesn't get a say in the matter. </p><p>"The reaction to the partnership between Merge Dragons! and Adult Swim has been a great experience which is why we wanted to make sure the final chapter in the duo's story is special," said Eren Yanik, Chief Product Officer at Gram Games. "We also want to thank all the fans for their continued support and we hope they enjoyed all the twists and turns that the beloved Rick and Morty characters experienced in Dragonia."</p><p>If you're yet to give it a go, you'll find Merge Dragons! available for download as a free-to-play game from over on the App Store and Google Play. We've covered several of its earlier Rick and Morty crossover events, and this final one sounds like a fun conclusion.</p>Searching for the best RPGs on mobile? Here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad
The Wolf and the Goat
Count the cost before you commit yourselves.
<p>If you're a fan of strategy games looking to save some money then you're in luck. Over the weekend, Sid Meier's Starships went on sale for the first time.</p><p>Instead of having to pay £10.99 / $14.99 for it you can now pick it up for £6.99 / $8.99. Not a bad deal, I'd say.</p><p>Especially as for that admission price you get to command a fleet of starships, protecting planets from space pirates, and generally trying to bring peace to the universe.</p><p>Of course, you'll also need to look out for resources and opportunities to expand your fleet and secure your home world. But you can spend plenty of time throwing your weight around.</p><p>What may make Starships extra compelling for fans of Meier's games is that it has cross-connectivity with Civilization: Beyond Earth. So if you play that then you should probably pick this one up too.</p><p>We gave Sid Meier's Starships a Gold Award. That should mean it's a bloody brilliant strategy game for your iPad, then.</p><p>Our reviewer said that's it's "an excellent large scale strategy game, that's nevertheless pleasingly bite-sized."</p>Owen Ford laughed too.
The heaven-hued sapphire and the opal blend