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April 25 2017

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westruun:

critical role gif meme - [¾] relationships - keyleth & percival de rolo

08:22
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brenna-ivy:

It’s finally finished! I’ve been working on this for a week and I’ve loved every second of it.
I needed a good excuse to really get the hang of Clip Studio Paint and I wanted to make a big background-heavy piece again. This setting worked perfectly for that.

I recently saw this video by @hewhois and I got instantly inspired. It made me want to draw a modern male witch in his private den. I loved the peace and comfort that the video emitted and I did my very best to create a similar feeling. It’s so difficult to capture a very specific mood, but I hope I succeeded!

08:19

badnovels:

old favorite fanfics are so comforting

08:18
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thewalfofwoodstreet:

plant–powered:

ruf1ohn1tram:

The new Dragon Ball figures have muscle flex actions and I thought you’d want to know that.

im nuttin

@thewalfofwoodstreet

THIS IS THE FUTURE

08:14
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thefuzzydave:

howdy

08:09

The Chargiest Charger

milkymaccha:

acheesecakewrites:

On his adventures with the Inquisitor, the Iron Bull discovers a baby hart that has fallen down a cliff. He rescues it, because he is a giant soft marshmallow, and it is making a very sad honk.

he doesn’t mean to do it, but he names it Imekari (because Qunlat has no other words for small things that you want to protect) 

Imekari recovers from her mishap in short order, and decides that the Iron Bull is now her mother. I mean, no one else here has antlers.

He tries to leave her with Horsemaster Dennet. Dennet knows…. animals, right?

Dennet brings her back two hours later, and Bull hears them coming, because Imekari is making the saddest, most terribly tragic, extremely loud, honking. She’s been separated from her mother, what else can she do? She has no other way to communicate her sadness and distress. So honking it is. (you know when you’re riding a hart, and you gallop, and they make that noise? you know the one. It’s that noise, but tinier, and also louder, and much more likely to haunt your dreams.)

She’s discovered that making this noise will cause everyone around her to do what she wants. She decides this is a good noise, and she should make it more in the future.

And that’s the story of how the Iron Bull recruited the first Charger who can actually charge.

This is way too cute not to draw.

Bonus:

08:07
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hastur:

Elizabeth L. @ohpleasestopit: Finished! First one in series of Vox Machina tarot cards. Pike Trickfoot — The Sun.

08:07

doppelgender:

got banned from my last dungeons & dragons campaign for insisting that paladin was pronounced like paula deen

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amaatiart:

Dorian is always fun to draw.

08:06

bepeu:

me , when it’s gross outside: i don’t want to do anything
me , when it’s nice outside: i don’t want to do anything…. but im happy

08:04

snugasanug:

I wanted to try writing Dorian, so here’s a little Dorian x Lavellan bit!


               Dorian pushed open the door of Herald’s Rest, stepping into the tavern. It was late, late enough that most of Skyhold’s tavern goers had either left or passed out by now.

               A few stragglers held drunken conversation at the tables, the hum of chatter the only noise. Maryden had probably stopped playing a while ago, off to rest. The Inquisitor himself should’ve been off to rest by now, and yet his room had been empty when Dorian had stopped by.

               His eyes scanned around until they came to rest on the bar, where he could see the Inquisitor and Iron Bull sitting together. Oh no.

Keep reading

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barelysirius:

the best part about dorianmance is that solas has been suffering since haven

08:01
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the-stray-liger:

Tinker tinker

08:00

A Problem

trulycertain:

Or: Dorian Pavus and his struggles with the dreaded L Word. 7k-ish, spans pretty much all of Shield Raised. I… think I’m remixing my own fic. This is odd. (Also, marvellous as the “Mark as reading light” idea is, I’ve seen it in a couple of places and it is in no way original. It just seemed really enjoyably silly.)


“Didn’t know you had tattoos,” says a quiet voice, as Dorian’s unbuckling his sleeves and scrubbing, trying to get blood from the fight off his skin. Normally he’s matter-of-fact about the whole thing - he’s never been squeamish - but it’s somehow got through the leather. Blood and arm hair: never a good combination.

He looks to his side and sees the Herald - Gal - watching him with interest. He glances down, at the marks and glyphs on his arms. “Ah, no. Sigils, for focusing spells. Not like yours.” He brings the counterglyphs and a healing spell to mind, and wipes them away with a press of his hand. “They’re closer to… magical warpaint.”

Gal nods, and sits a few feet away, but close enough to be called next to him. “Interesting. Makes sense.”

Dorian senses the curious looks he’s getting, his skin prickling, but when he looks, Gal’s polishing his breastplate. The silence stretches, and he wonders why it’s quite so easy, and so comfortable, considering he’s only known the man a matter of days.

Keep reading

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sinran:

sorry about the watermark

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07:27
Sophie, the girl, is given a spell and transformed into an old woman. It would be a lie to say that turning young again would mean living happily ever after. I didn’t want to say that. I didn’t want to make it seem like turning old was such a bad thing — the idea was that maybe she’ll have learned something by being old for a while, and, when she is actually old, make a better grandma. Anyway, as Sophie gets older, she gets more pep. And she says what’s on her mind. She is transformed from a shy, mousy little girl to a blunt, honest woman. It’s not a motif you see often, and, especially with an old woman taking up the whole screen, it’s a big theatrical risk. But it’s a delusion that being young means you’re happy.

Hayao Miyazaki, on what attracted him to Howl’s Moving Castle

The Auteur of Anime by Margaret Talbot: “The New Yorker” (January 17th, 2005) 

(via hayao-miyazaki)

02:14

goodsprings:

if you’re straight and you play dnd you’re appropriating gay culture

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