corrideox:

Here have Seik with no special things in it Just Seik boring Seik :D

Great work on the shadowing! I’ve just figured out how to do this myself,and realised how much better it makes everything look.

corrideox:

Here have Seik with no special things in it
Just Seik
boring Seik :D

Great work on the shadowing! I’ve just figured out how to do this myself,and realised how much better it makes everything look.

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onlythestrongestsurvivehere:

alister-dokimuth:

fingers crossed!!

))mun recently applied for a job as a sales associate after seeing an alienware desktop computer at walmart
this prolly means that i won’t be as active as i normally am, but in the long run i’m getting a better computer that i’ve dreamed of and intend to stick to my guns
pray for me guys!! i really want this job((

Good luck! I hope you get the job and can buy loads of cool stuff for yourself :)

onlythestrongestsurvivehere:

alister-dokimuth:

fingers crossed!!

))mun recently applied for a job as a sales associate after seeing an alienware desktop computer at walmart

this prolly means that i won’t be as active as i normally am, but in the long run i’m getting a better computer that i’ve dreamed of and intend to stick to my guns

pray for me guys!! i really want this job((

Good luck! I hope you get the job and can buy loads of cool stuff for yourself :)

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Question Time!

Hello, my beautiful, wonderful followers and all those who may stumble upon this!

So, I’ve got a job now. Of course, it sucks and I’m miserable. But why bore you with that? Let’s talk about money! Now, I want to use my earnings to buy a PS4, but I’m not sure if there’s enough good games on it yet to justify the purchase.

What do you lot think? Are there many good titles? I like fun, lighthearted games like Ratchet and Clank, as well as Medieval-stuff like Skyrim. But I don’t know if the PS4 has anything like that just yet :/

Any opinions?

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In Skyrim

love adopting kids and bringing them home. Especially with ones like Alesan, who’ve been dealt a poor hand and kind of mistreated a bit. What I wish, though, is that your bond felt more like a parent and child.

Like, why not:

 - Have more dialogue options? You can’t even tell the poor mite you love ‘em :(

 - Be able to give them a hug maybe? They are your kid, after all!

 - Birthday parties! 

 - Holidays, in which you can buy special, seasonal gifts.

 - More games. Like playing fetch with your pet skeever, or reading them a story.

Obviously, they won’t include it now. Skyrim’s all finished. But wouldn’t that be awesome for the next game? What do you guys think?

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So…

You create prisons that people would rather die than go back to, and still claim to be more morally sound than the people you lock up there?

Nope. Sorry. Still on board with Zaheer.

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Why is Korra so upset, though?

SPOILERS

I feel like I’m the only one who doesn’t understand the ending. I just don’t really understand why Korra’s so sad and broken up about everything that happened? Her father’s still alive, she’s still alive, the Red Lotus’ core group have either been killed or captured, and she still has this wide support network who care for her. No one she loved died, and she’ll likely recover from her poisoning and be good as new.

So why is she so upset? She’s untouchable. Everyone who’s stepped up to her has went down hard. She’s won and won again without losing a thing. I don’t see what’s changed :/

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WHO WAS THAT SOLDIER?

What was her name? Kuvira? 

She has like one scene, but they focus on her, and play this eerie music when she speaks. What’s going on?

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alister-dokimuth:

here comes the sassmaster spicy bolt
he bout to steal your man and your money

How did you do the gold patterns on the top? And the subtle little glitter from it is an incredible trick!

alister-dokimuth:

here comes the sassmaster spicy bolt

he bout to steal your man and your money

How did you do the gold patterns on the top? And the subtle little glitter from it is an incredible trick!

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ratchet4fun:

ratchet4fun:

If you saw a tall yollow lombax and a short grey lombax!
how would you describe them using two words each?

HAHAHAHAA omfg that wasn’t what I meant but I can’t stop laughing.
I was looking for names to translate into Latin for the subspecies lombaxes, but you guys made my night OMG.

Examples; yellow pelt = flavis pellis (but this one doesn’t sound quiet right, so I was looking for more)

My apologies!

Well, as I write myself, I find it helpful to break a name into two parts which indicate a wider whole. These parts can take influence from different sources.

So, for a Lombax? The first part of the name - as you yourself theorise - could come from a Latin descriptor, or some other source. But the second part, just as an example, could revolve around their feline nature! 

So, for your yellow Lombax? How about Jaunnoce?

Jaunn - derived from ‘jaundice’, a medical condition in which the skin yellows.

Oce - Derived from ‘Ocelot’, a predatory cat found in South America.

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intergratenotassimilate:

cultural-kaleidoscope:

writingwithcolor:

flyingpurplepostalbear said:

In writing fantasy and with the inclusion of people of a variety of different races would it be disrespectful to exclude racism? Most of the stereotypes and prejudices I focus on are in relation to the class…

A society without racism or sexism does not necessarily have to be ‘utopian’ though. That’s the awesome thing!

Think about it, racism is a modern construct. It really began to rear its head after the colonisation of the Americas, and REALLY turned ugly when we Englishmen began butchering African nations and committing genocide against the indigidenous peoples of Australia. Before that, though? Skin color was no bar to high office, good social standing, economic security or so on. We were not ‘colourblind’ or anything so childish, but we were not always as we are now.

These bigotries should never have been allowed to take root. So where is the harm in ommitting them? To do so means that representations of racial, ethnic and religious minorities can be made without hand-wringing over the very real persecution they face from people like myself. They can exist in a world which, although not perfect, allows one to express their identity without fear of attack.

Can that world still be a dangerous, bloody place? Of course! But all you’re doing is allowing different identities to flourish, free from the corrosive influence of our petty bigotries.

Basically, diversity is your friend. Diversity, diversity, diversity! It’s a beautiful thing and should be treated as such. The oppressed are not defined by their oppressors. A Muslim is NOT defined by the shaven-headed lout tugging on their Hijab. A woman is NOT defined by the misogynist sexually harassing her. An immigrant is NOT defined by that uncouth voice crying ‘go back where you came from!’

To remove these barriers is to celebrate the will and beauty of the oppressed, to see them as people with differences worth celebrating, and to rob their attackers of the power of how we perceive them.

Diversity. Diversity. Diversity :)

THIS.

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