A SNAKE, having made his hole close to the porch of a cottage, inflicted a mortal bite on the Cottager's infant son. Grieving over his loss, the Father resolved to kill the Snake. The next day, when it came out of its hole for food, he took up his axe, but by swinging too hastily, missed its head and cut off only the end of its tail. After some time the Cottager, afraid that the Snake would bite him also, endeavored to make peace, and placed some bread and salt in the hole. The Snake, slightly hissing, said: "There can henceforth be no peace between us; for whenever I see you I shall remember the loss of my tail, and whenever you see me you will be thinking of the death of your son."Came for additions; yet their purposed trim
"Well, I had another errand, too--I wanted to take Mr. Howard back yander a mess of trout. He likes one occasional, and it's all I can do for a kindness he did me once. I stayed all the afternoon and talked to him. He likes to talk to me, though he's a highly eddicated man and I'm only an ignorant old sailor, because he's one of the folks that's GOT to talk or they're miserable, and he finds listeners scarce around here. The Glen folks fight shy of him because they think he's an infidel. He ain't that far gone exactly--few men is, I reckon--but he's what you might call a heretic. Heretics are wicked, but they're mighty int'resting. It's jest that they've got sorter lost looking for God, being under the impression that He's hard to find--which He ain't never. Most of 'em blunder to Him after awhile, I guess. I don't think listening to Mr. Howard's arguments is likely to do me much harm. Mind you, I believe what I was brought up to believe. It saves a vast of bother--and back of it all, God is good. The trouble with Mr. Howard is that he's a leetle TOO clever. He thinks that he's bound to live up to his cleverness, and that it's smarter to thrash out some new way of getting to heaven than to go by the old track the common, ignorant folks is travelling. But he'll get there sometime all right, and then he'll laugh at himself."
Against the thing he sought he would exclaim;
"Just one of earth's many millions of homes, Anne--girl--but ours-- OURS--our beacon in `a naughty world.' When a fellow has a home and a dear, little, red-haired wife in it what more need he ask of life?"
<p>Solo Canadian developer Chris Savory tells us that Swap Heroes will be coming to iOS next Tuesday, October 21st.</p><p>He describes Swap Heroes as being a "casual turn-based strategy adventure".</p><p>But that doesn't help you visualize just how cute this little game is.</p><p>You need to watch the video below to really appreciate the wonderful pixel art by Scribblenauts artist Tori Sang, and the soundtrack by Slayin' musician Matt Creamer.</p><p>It helps if you know and understand what you're watching, too.</p><p>Swap Heroes has you pick out a party of four characters (from a total of eight), which you'll use to battle through waves of enemies in turn-based combat.</p><p>To take a turn, you have to swap the positions of two people in your party. The three characters in the front will then attack your enemies.</p><p>Swapping a character to the single position at the back will see them using their skill, instead.</p><p>Each character does, of course, have a unique skill tied to their class - this ranges from Priest and Guardian, to Ranger and Vampire.</p>
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