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The Elder Scrolls Online’s Second Expansion, Orsinium, Launches This November

The Elder Scrolls Online gets its second expansion pack this November, Bethesda has stated on the game’s website. Titled Orsinium, it will let players return to the homeland of the Orcs for the first time since The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall – which was released almost two decades ago in 1996.

As well as the reveal trailer for the upcoming expansion, Bethesda have also stated that the Dlc will be available on the game’s public test servers starting today. PC players will get full access to Orsinium on November 2, but console owners will have to wait until November 18.

For the first time in The Elder Scrolls series since Daggerfall, adventurers can embark on an unforgettable journey to Orsinium, the majestic ancestral home of the Orcs located deep within the mountains of Wrothgar. The second official Dlc game pack for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited is available today on the
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Black Bear Cub Runs Through Rite Aid In Oregon

A small, black bear cub was caught running through a Rite Aid in Ashland, Ore., and has been sent to an animal center, with plans to be returned to the wild in 2015.

Black Bear Cub Runs Through Rite Aid

The female cub, estimated to be about a few months old, was spotted wandering around the Rite Aid on Sunday night, after reportedly wandering into a hotel across the street. While many customers broke out their cameras to take photos of the cute cub, authorities contacted the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (Odfw). There were no sightings of the mother nearby.

Authorities initially feared that the cub would not be able to return to the wild due to its interactions with humans, but Odfw took the cub to Paws, where veterinarians think that rehabilitation is possible.

The black bear cub is currently in Lynnwood, Wash., a center specializing in rehabilitating wildlife,
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Tgif! Start the Weekend Right with This Adorable Googly Eyed Bear Cub

Tgif! Start the Weekend Right with This Adorable Googly Eyed Bear Cub
It's almost the weekend! You just need a few bear necessities to get through the rest of the work day, namely a good attitude. Let Smudge show you how it's done. Before heading out into the wild abandons of a summer weekend, this tiny bear cub is making sure he is at his best. In this video - while keeping the same adorable wide-eyed stare the entire time - Smudge eats, bathes and exercises to get prepped for the adventures to come. The reason this cub is so happy? He was rescued from a bile farm by Animal Asia. The
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The Daily Treat: Orphaned Polar Bear Cub Is Sticking His Tongue Out at You

The Daily Treat: Orphaned Polar Bear Cub Is Sticking His Tongue Out at You
How does it feel to get made fun of by a polar bear? Behind all that cute fuzziness, Kali, an orphaned polar bear cub currently residing at the Alaska Zoo, is totally sticking his tongue out at you when you're not looking. Or maybe that's just a theory. But behind those paw-dorable good looks is a Bambi-like story that could break your heart. The cub, who is about 3 or 4 months old, was taken to his temporary home at the Anchorage zoo last month after his mother was fatally shot. The shooter turned the cub in, reports the Associated Press. The U.
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Our favorite lesbian characters and their animal doppelgangers

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Recently our buddies over at BuzzFeed compared this year's Oscar nominees to their animal doppelgangers. We were so inspired by their insight that we decided to match up some of this season's lesbian/bi characters with their adorable animal counterparts.

Santana Lopez/Feisty Black Kitten

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Dr. Lauren Lewis/Forever Loyal Golden Retriever

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Emily Fields/Fearless Black Bear Cub

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Leslie Shay/Basset Hound of Infinite Sadness

Photos: NBC/Getty

Paige McCullers/Grumpy Happy Sea Otter

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Betty McRae/No-Nut Chipmunk

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Arizona Robbins/Adorable Australian Fox

Photos: ABC/Getty

Emily Fitch/Bravest Red Panda

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Rachel Maddow/Yawning Chocolate Lab

Photos: Getty

Tell us some of your favorite lesbian characters and their doppelganger!

Television Tags: TV ArticlestelevisionTeaser Photo: Teaser: Santana thinks she's a puma, but
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Glee Spoiler Alert: We Preview “The First Time”

Despite what certain websites may-or-may-not have you believe, Tuesday’s much-buzzed-about episode of Glee that revolves around the question as to whether or not Rachel/Finn and Kurt/Blaine will go — in the parlance of our grade school days — “all the way” is not among the hit Fox show’s finest hours. But, before you shoot the messenger, or worse, click away from this page in disgust pledging never to return, allow us to explain.

We wanted to love it, we really did. Unfortunately, the episode, appropriately titled “First Time” suffers from the one thing (well, aside from massive overhype) that has become far too commonplace when it comes to all things Glee: Plot Contrivances. You see, the impetus for Rachel and Blaine’s sudden interest in “living outside their safe little world” comes from their West Side Story director Artie, who, after witnessing a somewhat lacklustre rehearsal between
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HBO acquires U.S. pay TV rights to 'Cub'

HBO acquires U.S. pay TV rights to 'Cub'
COLOGNE, Germany -- HBO has picked up Bear Cub, the critically acclaimed film by Spanish director Miguel Albaladejo about a freewheeling gay man whose life is changed when he suddenly finds himself the guardian of his 11-year-old nephew. HBO acquired U.S. pay TV rights to the film from Cologne-based sales group Media Luna, who have already sold U.S. theatrical to TLA Releasing. Bear Cub, which debuted at the Berlin International Film Festival last year, has so far sold to 40 territories worldwide.

HBO acquires U.S. pay TV rights to 'Cub'

HBO acquires U.S. pay TV rights to 'Cub'
COLOGNE, Germany -- HBO has picked up Bear Cub, the critically acclaimed film by Spanish director Miguel Albaladejo about a freewheeling gay man whose life is changed when he suddenly finds himself the guardian of his 11-year-old nephew. HBO acquired U.S. pay TV rights to the film from Cologne-based sales group Media Luna, who have already sold U.S. theatrical to TLA Releasing. Bear Cub, which debuted at the Berlin International Film Festival last year, has so far sold to 40 territories worldwide.

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