당신만이 저쪽 세상을 구원할 수 있습니다.
당신의 아침을 여는 신개념 알람. 용사 알람!
RPG인 줄 착각하셨다고요? 괜찮습니다.
저희도 RPG 만드는 줄 알았으니까요. 하하하하
알람이 울리기 시작하면 저쪽세상의 문이 열리고 몬스터가 소환됩니다.
몬스터가 저쪽 세상을 쑥대밭으로 만들기 전에 세 가지 무기로 그들을 막으세요.
검은 빠르고 쉽게 몬스터를 막을 수 있습니다.
몬스터를 터치하는 것만으로도 데미지를 줄 수 있습니다.
처음 시작하시는 분들에게 추천합니다.
활은 원거리에서 몬스터를 막을 수 있습니다.
과녁의 중심을 정확히 터치할 수록 몬스터에게 더 많은 데미지를 줄 수 있습니다.
순발력에 자신 있는 분들에게 추천합니다.
지팡이는 강력한 마법으로 몬스터를 막을 수 있습니다.
강력한 마법을 사용하기 위해서는 마법의 언어인 룬문자를 순서대로 터치해야합니다.
한 번의 실수로도 끔찍한 결과를 초래할 수 있으니 주의해주세요.
당신의 성장에 따라 잡을 수 있는 몬스터와 전투에 도움이 될 아이템들이 늘어납니다.
어서 자리에서 일어나 저쪽 세상을 구해주세요!
The American Legion Claims Coach is an organizational tool to help veterans, their families and service officers ease the process of VA benefits application. The app does not replace personal contact with service officers, but it can help veterans understand the often-complicated process, gather the right documentation for meetings and map out the steps in the journey from VA claims application through decision. The app does not automatically set appointments for the user, nor does it directly file forms with VA. The Claims Coach is designed purely to serve as an educational and organizational tool to streamline the process and make the most of a veteran’s time with his or her service officer.
This app was developed by The American Legion, the nation’s largest organization of wartime veterans, with input from the Legion’s nationwide network of accredited service officers, whose educational programs, outreach efforts and advocacy are supported by The American Legion Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Commission.
The American Legion World Series App is your mobile companion to help you follow your favorite American Legion baseball teams as they compete to reach the American Legion Baseball World Series. The official ALWS application offers the following features:
•Regional and World Series schedules, pairings, scores, stats, photos, and weather
•News and headlines
•Photos and videos, plus video highlights from games
•Access to the World Series on Facebook and Twitter
•Travel resources; airfare, hotel, dining, area attractions and maps
S.A.L. members include males of all ages whose parents or grandparents served in the U.S. military and were eligible for American Legion membership. Members of The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of The American Legion comprise the Legion Family, which has a combined membership of nearly 4.2 million.
Although Sons has its own membership, the organization is not a separate entity. Rather, S.A.L. is a program of The American Legion. Many Legionnaires hold dual membership in S.A.L..
The Sons organization is divided into detachments at the state level and squadrons at the local level. A squadron pairs with a local American Legion post; a squadron’s charter is contingent upon its parent post’s charter. However, squadrons can determine the extent of their services to the community, state and nation. They are permitted flexibility in planning programs and activities to meet their needs, but must remember S.A.L.’s mission: to strengthen the four pillars of The American Legion. Therefore, squadrons’ campaigns place an emphasis on preserving American traditions and values, improving the quality of life for our nation’s children, caring for veterans and their families, and teaching the fundamentals of good citizenship.
Since 1988, S.A.L. has raised more than $6 million for The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation. S.A.L. members have volunteered over 320,000 hours at veterans hospitals and raised over $1,000,000 for VA hospitals and VA homes.
The American Legion's largest annual meeting is the national convention. Each of the Legion's 55 departments - the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, France, Mexico and Philippines - is entitled to a minimum of five voting delegates to the national convention. A department is granted one extra delegate, a member in good standing, for each 1,000 members (or major fraction thereof) 30 days before the convention. The five annually elected vice commanders round out the group of delegates present. The national convention delegates alone have the authority to approve changes to the Legion's constitution and bylaws. The group is also responsible for passing programs that determine the course of the Legion, setting membership dues for the upcoming year, and electing a national commander and five national vice commanders to serve until the next convention.
Convention cities are selected through a variety of criteria including, but not limited to, the availability and price of hotel rooms, meeting space, city services, and the needs of the national organization and departments. Bids are accepted from cities wishing to host the convention.