The Lost Crown !!LINK!!
Try to chew food on the other side of your mouth while you wait for the crown or filling to be replaced. In addition, avoid foods that might lead to further decay or pain, such as sweets, hard foods, extreme temperatures, and any acidic foods or beverages.
The Lost Crown
Upon obtaining all three DLC-related crowns and Vendrick's crown, a special ability is granted by speaking to Vendrick in the Undead Crypt: the ability prevents the player character from hollowing upon death if any of the crowns was worn, much like the Ring of Life Protection. However, any souls held will be lost.
In addition, crowns obtained in previous playthroughs do not count towards getting the reward. This means all the crowns must be obtained in a single playthrough for the ability to be granted. The ability does not carry over to the next playthrough.
The episode opens with Genghis Khan (Pete) journeying with his army to Shadow Pass, which they must reach by nightfall. When a snow beast approaches the troop, he orders his soldiers to fire their arrows, but it retaliates by throwing huge snowballs, scaring them off. The beast finds Genghis Khan's crown lying in the snow, and claims it.
The nephews and Launchpad are searching for Scrooge and Webby, but with no success, as they have grown very cold and tired in the process. Webby, however, does come towards them on her own, claiming that the snoring sounds of the sleeping Launchpad led her to them, and that she was saved from the avalanche by the snow beast, which she is treating as a friend. She asks the beast if it has seen Scrooge, and it throws a snowball their way, revealing Scrooge trapped inside with the Crown of Genghis Khan. Warmed after being fed a bowl of hot soup, Scrooge hurts the beast's feelings by demeaning it for what it did to him. The beast runs away crying, and Webby runs after her, accompanied only by Launchpad because Scrooge is still too weak. The beast begins to fall off a cliff, but Launchpad pulls it up to safety. Once Webby has rejoined the pack, Scrooge is packing up the Crown and preparing to leave, but is distracted by Sir Guy, who causes him to drop the Crown so that he claims it for himself, cheating Scrooge out of his newfound victory and ending his 33-year run as the society's Explorer of the Year. At the end of the episode, Sir Guy is named the new Explorer of the Year, but Scrooge interrupts the ceremony claiming that he found the crown first, even though Sir Guy was the one who brought it back. Just then, the snow beast steps into the room with Launchpad, and sends Sir Guy running for his life.
Non-asphyxiating foreign body aspiration (FBA) is an uncommon occurrence in adults, but it can lead to serious complications and sequelae. Diagnosis of FBA can be difficult as symptoms can mimic other respiratory diseases and the majority of foreign bodies are not visible on chest X-ray. We report a case of an older male who presented with respiratory failure secondary to pneumonia after aspiration of a dental crown. The patient improved after antibiotic therapy and removal of the foreign body by bronchoscopy. Our case is unusual because the diagnosis was delayed after the aspiration event because the patient was asymptomatic before presenting with pneumonia two years later. This case emphasizes the importance of early recognition and management of possible aspiration events to prevent life-threatening sequelae. 041b061a72