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Taken over by an offshoot of the Dark Carnage symbiote, Miles Morales is transformed into a six-armed Carnage doppelgänger and pounces on Venom, Eddie berating himself for being unable to save him and despairing at fighting a losing battle. Vowing to nevertheless keep fighting, Venom vows to go down swinging; apologizing to Miles before hurling him off. To Eddie's shock, the Venom symbiote commands him to kill Miles before he can recover. As they argue, the Scorpion calls out for help as several four-armed Carnage doppelgängers claw at him. As Eddie formulates a plan to rescue Gargan and flee, Carnage mockingly asks if he's afraid; hefting a car over his head in preparation to crush Eddie. Eddie retorts that he doesn't want to kill Norman - whose personality has been overwritten by that of Cletus Kasady - and that he's trying to save Normie. At the mention of his grandson's name, Norman's psyche briefly resurfaces. The Venom symbiote orders Eddie to take advantage of the distraction to kill Norman, and when he refuses it forms a tendril and spears Norman through the heart, stating that it won't listen to him anymore. Eddie is horrified, but the Venom symbiote coldly states that someone had to do it. As Gargan screams for help, Eddie rushes to save him - leaving the symbiote standing over Norman in its humanoid form -- connected to Eddie by only a few tendrils. As Eddie pleads with it to help him, the Venom symbiote states they need to finish Norman off and claim his codex before his symbiote heals him; Eddie angrily retorting that he's going to save Gargan or die trying. Snarling in rage and frustration, the Venom symbiote relents and rebonds to him, warning Eddie to not blame it when they lose. As Venom fends off the Carnage doppelgängers and grabs the Scorpion, Eddie demands to know why it tried to kill Norman without him. The symbiote retorts that it cannot allow Eddie's newfound aversion to killing to hold them back, or its spawn to continue killing in its name. Eddie mentally retorts that he has a child too and that he can't afford to be reckless, the symbiote replying that it understands but warning him that if he's not strong enough to end Dark Carnage's reign of terror then it will find a new host that is.

Blame Him Update v1 01-CODEX

Regarding Tischendorf's role in the transfer to St. Petersburg, there are several views. Although when parts of Genesis and Numbers were later found in the binding of other books, they were amicably sent to Tischendorf, the Codex is currently regarded by the monastery as having been stolen, a view hotly contested by several scholars in Europe. In a more neutral spirit, New Testament scholar Bruce Metzger writes: "Certain aspects of the negotiations leading to the transfer of the codex to the Czar's possession are open to an interpretation that reflects adversely on Tischendorf's candour and good faith with the monks at St. Catherine's. For a recent account intended to exculpate him of blame, see Erhard Lauch's article 'Nichts gegen Tischendorf' in Bekenntnis zur Kirche: Frestabe für Ernst Sommerlath zum 70. Geburtstag (Berlin, c. 1961); for an account that includes a hitherto unknown receipt given by Tischendorf to the authorities at the monastery promising to return the manuscript from St. Petersburg 'to the Holy Confraternity of Sinai at its earliest request'.[4]

As part of a Black Metal based band the blaspheming against the Christian movement and rejoicing of all things Satanic are all part and parcel of the theater of the genre. Some bands take it more seriously than others. The story of Jesus is therefore the most important part of this whole Black Metal puzzle. Without him the Christian movement would not exist and Satan would still be a little known word in the Hebrew language. This figure so obscured in the dust of time is probably the most famous human being of them all and he is to blame [although he would never have known it] for the evolution of half the worlds cultures.

The evolution of the Jedi Code spanned centuries[2] and was driven by the Jedi Order's goal of remaining true to the light side of the Force by rejecting all paths to the dark side.[33] The modern Jedi Code was believed to have been written by Jedi Master Odan-Urr.[1] Believing that using the Force was dangerous to the overall universe and having fallen in love with the Padawan Kevmo Zink, Marda Ro of the Path of the Open Hand believed she would be able to convince Zink to reject the ways of the Jedi so he could be with her and join the Path. Ultimately, however, Zink was killed by the Great Leveler, but Ro blamed the Jedi for his death by claiming they had brainwashed him into the wrong ideology.[19]

I've heard the name "Hawke" on several lips this week. Many of us blame the Champion for the events in Kirkwall, which sparked a war and hurled all Thedas into chaos. But can we truly fault Hawke for what she/he did?

Blessed is the servant who bears discipline, accusation, and blame from others as patiently as if they came from himself. Blessed is the servant who, when reproved, mildly submits, modestly obeys, humbly confesses, and willingly satisfies. Blessed is the servant who is not prompt to excuse himself and who humbly bears shame and reproof for sin when he is without fault.

Cortés retaliated against the planned uprising by massacring thousands of Cholulans. Though many accounts blame Malinche for tipping him off, others suggest that the entire narrative was constructed by conquistador to justify his bloody actions.

If Bruce chose to blame Catwoman for the robbery, she is kept within the Riddler's trap is later freed by the Agency. She is then taken captive and made part of Amanda Waller's team of criminals, along with Bane and possibly Harley Quinn. When Bruce returns with Agent Avesta, he comments that he believes they won't be seeing her any time soon, incorrectly believing that she has escaped.

If Bruce chose to take the blame for the robbery, Catwoman helps the Pact break into the Bodhi Spa, though is horrified by the group's brutality, with Harley urging the members into carrying out horrific acts. Despite this, she is unable to prevent them from killing the staff, believing that doing so will put her at risk. Whilst they and a number of men steal the virus from the lab, she stands guard, though hides above the door to prevent being seen. When Batman arrives, having managed to escape the cryo chamber, she makes her presence known to him and offers to help fight the Pact, in repayment for taking the blame for the theft. However if he chooses not to let her, she can leave to save herself from the Agency's attack.

If John Doe has become the vigilante Joker, Catwoman appears alongside the other members of her team when they are called to assist in a standoff against Batman. If Bruce had taken the blame for the theft, she will try to tell him not to cooperate with Waller, only for the director to silence her using her shock collar. After the vigilante reveals he has blackmail material on Waller, he can try to negotiate Catwoman's release, which she agrees to follow if he hands over Joker. Regardless of whether Batman agrees, Joker makes his presence and attacks Waller.

(1) If confiscation is not prescribed, it may not be ordered in the cases under sections 74 and 74a if it would be disproportionate to the act committed and the blameworthiness of the person affected by the confiscation. In the cases under sections 74 to 74b and 74d, the court reserves the confiscation if its purpose can also be attained by means of a less incisive measure. Consideration is, in particular, to be given to instructions

In "Control", Bradford continues to blame himself for Chen's abduction after Chen meets a firefighter named Emmett Lang during a call. Bradford is hesitant to give her dating advice following advice he had given her before Caleb had kidnapped her. However, Chen tells Bradford that what had happened was not his fault.

The illegitimate son of High Lord Antillus Raucus, Antillar Maximus (known to his friends as Max) is strong in all forms of furycrafting, much like his father. Prior to the series, he was raised with his half-brother Antillus Crassus by his abusive stepmother, High Lady Antillus Dorotea. Max would sometimes take the blame for something Crassus had done, so to not see his brother punished. However, once he realized his furycrafting strength, Max threatened to kill Dorotea if she ever punished him again. Accidents began happening to Max shortly thereafter, and though Max knew his stepmother was behind them, he couldn't prove it. So, once he was old enough, he escaped to the Legions, and from there Max attended the Academy in Alera Imperia, training to become a Cursor.


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