Getting The World To Beat A Path To Your Door Week on October, 2017: I can't beat Yoshi's Island DS Level 4-7!?
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World 4-7: Teeth-Chattering Chill Zone
From the start, go left and hit the egg block to fill up. Then, jump onto the
pipe and aim an egg at the winged cloud directly above. Shoot it to reveal
the first Flower, and jump to retrieve it.
Head to the right until you reach the egg trap enemy. Shoot it, then jump
across and continue right to the giant bouncy pads. You will collect the
first red coin (1) right next to the pad in the corner. Bounce to the upper-
left area and pound the stake there to get another red coin (2). Get to the
ledge on the right side and jump over the bouncy pad on the floor, then
continue to the right edge of the platform. Drop into what seems to be a pit
and you will be able to bounce on two of those pads. Go back and forth to
collect the two red coins (4), then land on the right ledge.
Go right from here and you will see a block that crashes into the ground
before rising up and stopping temporarily. When it stops, quickly run across
to the other side (bounce off the pad to the left for a speed boost). Use the
Stork Stop and switch to Baby Mario, then head upward and to the right.
Defeat the batter and pitcher enemies before continuing onward to another
section of the ceiling crashing into the ground periodically. Use the bouncy
pad to get across when the blocks rise, then jump onto the pipes and then to
the upper ledge (you can go back to the start of the stage if you go down the
left pipe and check the hint box).
In the next area to the right, bounce on the pad to reach the upper ledge.
Hit the egg block, then jump to the upper area and pound the stake to get a
red coin (5). Drop to the lower ledge and go down the stairs, then bounce on
the yellow balloon to get onto the ledges above it. Collect some coins, then
go up and left to find the second Flower.
Drop onto the thin ledges and then flutter to the coins in the air to the
right. The middle coin is a red coin (6), so be sure to grab it. Go right and
jump to avoid the bull, then collect the Key floating in the air. Jump over
the right gap and shoot an egg at the left wall at an angle to collect the
line of coins, including the red coin (7) at the left end. Bounce on the
yellow balloon to the right to reach the locked door; unlock it with the Key
to play a mini-game for a chance at an extra life.
Once you finish that, drop to the lower ledge and go right some more. You
will see a small yellow balloon on a platform surrounded by pits. Shoot two
eggs at it to inflate it, then bounce to the ledges above (ground pounding on
the balloon helps to get good leverage in your jump). Jump up the hill to the
left and switch to Baby Mario if you don't already have him. Then, hit the
red switch and run to the left. Jump to the first ledge to get a red coin
(8), then quickly jump to the next red path and go right. Jump to get another
red coin (9) on the upper ledge, then as the timer runs out, jump and flutter
to the left ledge. If you made it across, jump to the left and grab the
From here, jump to the tall stake below and to the left. Pound the middle
stake and then the right stake all the way down to get two red coins (11).
Then, make your way all the way to the right, across the gaps and yellow
balloons, and enter a new area. In the next area, go through the Middle Ring
and jump from platform to platform while eating/spitting out the penguins and
avoiding the falling balloons. Ride the platforms on the tracks as you
progress; after you ride the fast yellow platform, defeat the pitcher enemy
below and shoot an egg upward to get the next Flower.
Jump onto the next yellow platform to the right and ride it onward. Jump to
the purple platform on the upper track, jumping to avoid the balloon as it
bounces around below. Shoot an egg at the Shy Guy holding the red coin above
to collect it (12). At the end of the purple platform's track, jump to the
downward-moving yellow platform ahead. Jump to grab the next red coin (14)
out of the flying Shy Guy's hands, and continue riding the platform.
Defeat the pitcher enemy at the end, then quickly head to the next ledge and
claim the red coin (14) from the last flying Shy Guy before it flies away. If
you miss it, you won't have a second chance at it, so be fast! After you get
it, go right and shoot the trap enemy to stun it, then jump into the upper
pipe to reach a new area.
When you arrive in the new section, go through the Middle Ring to set a
checkpoint. Then, go into the room ahead and you will proceed to ski down the
hills ahead. In the daytime portion, there are no red coins, so don't worry
too much if you miss coins. Just concentrate on speeding down the slopes;
you'll be able to make
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I REALLY NEED HELP!, acting means the world to me!!!!?
The whole process of acting can be a confusing merry-go-round. Generally, an actors life begins like this:
Getting involved in a local community theatre. Doing plays, musicals, acting, for free. Putting those creds on what's called a "resume". A piece of paper with all the work you've done. It tells directors how much experience you have. If you don't have ANY, fear not. Often times community theatres may cast you in smaller roles, chorus, or ensemble if you don't have experience. That's how you GAIN it. Then you do more shows. On and on and on. More on your resume.
You'll probably want to take some skill classes in here. Acting. Dancing. Improv. Auditioning for Film. Film Acting. There are many different classes offered out there from private instructors, theatres, or studios. Take what you can. Those go on your resume too. If you decide to follow this into college, maybe even attending a Performing Arts college, so much the better. More resume cred.
By this point, you'll probably feel like dabbling in some film. Student films from local colleges or universities are a great place. Contact the departments to see if any student directors are holding auditions. Often you can find this kind of info also on Craigslist. Just be mindful and cautious of course.
Perhaps you live in a larger market to where you can get some real, bona fide on camera extra work. DO IT. Being an extra is great experience, gets you familiar with a set, and film jargon, and can possibly even help you towards gaining your Union card.
Once you have some theatre, maybe some film, you may be able to approach agents in your area.
Different agents will like different things when you submit, but most will want your resume, headshot, and a demo reel of your previous work. If they like you, and have a need for you, it may be just that simple. Sometimes you have to beat down their doors for a LONG time. SOME agencies won't even talk to you if you come to them. They only go after people THEY want. THEY'LL come to YOU in that case. (That's when you're a bit bigger deal).
Acting comes in many varieties. There are people who make a living just doing extra work. Some are professional voice over artists. You never see their face, but you hear them all the time. Some people live doing commercials. Some go on and do television, movies, or spend their lives doing theatre. ALL of it is "acting"
Remember - an agent only gets you AUDITIONS. The company will come to the agent with the "types" they're looking for. I'm not going to get called in to a Nike commercial audition if they have only asked my agent to see Asian women. That's just how it goes.
I drive 2 hours away often for auditions, but this is my career. It's what I DO. Acting is hard work, and takes commitment. If you're expecting to "make it" right away, you may be in for some disappointment. But, if you're committed to this path, and it's your passion, it can be VERY fulfilling.
Best of luck with your decisions.