She is a warrior. She knows what she wants. She is strong willed and pursues her goals aggressively. There's no one else who can really match her power, since power is her thing. She is a person who thrives on challenge, and she often feels that she must battle her way through life, relying on no one and nothing but her own strength, intelligence and courage.

Understood to be a heroine of uncommon grace and courage, a sort of worldly saint, she manages to stay in power by governing quietly, cautiously, and pragmatically from the center stage. Routine and sameness are tantamount to death for her. She is not afraid of trying something that has never been done before yet simultaneously she likes to pose as an ordinary citizen. Thrifty as she is, the warrior in a vaster and more vexing conflict remains true to herself and her own vision and convictions, even if it means standing alone. Strong, beautiful, unsmiling, painfully untamed, she is able to build up credibility through encountering a great deal of adversity and struggle.

Her brilliancy, penetration, originality, wisdom, character enables her to utilize her power effectively, emerging as the key player in her ventures. Her legacy, after all, is an epistemological marker of sorts, seeking those who will teach her about power and eventually force her to claim her own.

Angela Merkel
Miranda Kerr
Helen Keller



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The link to Crysis Objects

The link to Crysis Levels


A panoramic view of my Crysis Wars environment. The lab on the left is Steven Hawking's and on the right Charles Darwin's. Shot taken just above the meeting point which is located over the edge of a cliff facing the ocean.

A real time view on the ramp from the meeting place to Steven Hawking's lab.

The view from Charles Darwin's lab overlooking the environment.

A bird's eye view of the buildings and it's relation to the landscape. The ramps direction and design is influenced by the lands decent towards the cliff. Both ramps lead to the meeting place hanging over the edge which is supported by the rock face underneath.

Above on the left you can see that Stephen Hawking's lab design reflects his passion for the study of the universe. Positioning his lab high above sea level will assure that he will be able to better further his research with the use of astronomical equipment and also create an atmosphere near the starry night sky which may help with the development of new laws about the universe.

Above on the right Charles Darwin's Lab is positioned on the more harsh landscape. Influenced by his research on nature, his lab is close to many elements of nature such as a cliff face, hills and a variety of species of flora behind his lab.