August 1, 2014

dehanginggarden:

Pictures by oer-wout

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July 31, 2014

hipstergrind:

bendapoapsis:

oh no…

nothing was the same

(Source: ayesiwmae, via roaminromans)

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Filed under: my fave 
July 31, 2014

Celestial Bodies in The Voyager

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July 31, 2014

musikoula:

Explosions in the Sky - Your Hand in Mine

(via 01315)

July 31, 2014

pisslords:

how long until woody allen dies

(via 01315)

July 31, 2014
wesschneider:

We just debuted the Pathfinder RPG’s newest iconic character, Shardra, the iconic shaman (a member of one of the new classes in the Advanced Class Guide). She’s the character we at Paizo will be using as our stand-in for shaman players in art, pregenerated characters, miniatures, stories, etc, going forward. She’s an awesome looking character, who, like all of our iconics, is depicted by artist Wayne Reynolds. Her Meet the Iconics story is written by one of our close friends and veteran freelancers Crystal Frasier. Shardra’s amazing and we’ll be seeing her adventures as one of the Pathfinder RPG’s iconic heroes for years to come.
We’ve had iconics of many genders, ethnicities, sexualities, etc, but Shardra is our first transgender iconic. This might not be a big deal for you, but I expect it to be for a fair number of readers, fantasy lovers, friends, and fellow gamers out there.
The Pathfinder Iconics have always been our stand-ins for player characters, for our readers, for the adventurers taking part in Pathfinder games across the world. We’ve purposefully made these heroes a diverse array of characters, not just for artistic reasons, but as an attempt to make sure that anyone can look through a Pathfinder RPG rulebook, adventure,  story, whatever, and find a character who they identify them, whether it be a dashing fighter like Valeros, a lesbian cleric like Kyra, or a woman in tune with the spirits like Shardra.
If you haven’t had the opportunity yet, please check out Shardra’s meet the iconic story. And even better, drop a note on the Paizo message boards, welcoming her to the team and making sure all our friends and family members who identify with her know they’re welcome and wanted at Pathfinder game tables everywhere.
Thanks everyone.
~W

wesschneider:

We just debuted the Pathfinder RPG’s newest iconic character, Shardra, the iconic shaman (a member of one of the new classes in the Advanced Class Guide). She’s the character we at Paizo will be using as our stand-in for shaman players in art, pregenerated characters, miniatures, stories, etc, going forward. She’s an awesome looking character, who, like all of our iconics, is depicted by artist Wayne Reynolds. Her Meet the Iconics story is written by one of our close friends and veteran freelancers Crystal Frasier. Shardra’s amazing and we’ll be seeing her adventures as one of the Pathfinder RPG’s iconic heroes for years to come.

We’ve had iconics of many genders, ethnicities, sexualities, etc, but Shardra is our first transgender iconic. This might not be a big deal for you, but I expect it to be for a fair number of readers, fantasy lovers, friends, and fellow gamers out there.

The Pathfinder Iconics have always been our stand-ins for player characters, for our readers, for the adventurers taking part in Pathfinder games across the world. We’ve purposefully made these heroes a diverse array of characters, not just for artistic reasons, but as an attempt to make sure that anyone can look through a Pathfinder RPG rulebook, adventure,  story, whatever, and find a character who they identify them, whether it be a dashing fighter like Valeros, a lesbian cleric like Kyra, or a woman in tune with the spirits like Shardra.

If you haven’t had the opportunity yet, please check out Shardra’s meet the iconic story. And even better, drop a note on the Paizo message boards, welcoming her to the team and making sure all our friends and family members who identify with her know they’re welcome and wanted at Pathfinder game tables everywhere.

Thanks everyone.

~W

July 31, 2014

nevver:

On the edge of experience, Wanda Koop

(Source: wandakoop.com, via korra)

July 31, 2014
squidnapped:

surprise-adoption:

my kind of skyrim

#finally skyrim is playable

squidnapped:

surprise-adoption:

my kind of skyrim

(via doujinshi)

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Filed under: yeah tes 
July 31, 2014

radtracks:

at least i’m not as sad (as i used to be) // fun.

baby, put your name down on a piece of paper
i don’t want no savior, baby
i just wanna have a good time

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Filed under: music fun 
July 30, 2014

highrelease:

Grizzly Bear | Yet Again

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July 30, 2014

sarcasticsymphony:

"Your heart, felt good, it was drippin’ pitch and made of wood.
And your hands, and knees, felt cold and wet on the grass to me.”

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July 30, 2014

dad-rock-davos:

My favorite aliens in the Mass Effect verse are the Raloi, who made contact with the Citadel races like a week before the Reapers attacked, said “nope, seeya” and fucked off back to their home planet in the hopes that the Reapers would leave them alone

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Filed under: mass effect 
July 30, 2014
*walks through a bead curtain*

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July 30, 2014

(via lair-master)

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Filed under: adventure time 
July 30, 2014

ruthcrawfordseeger-official:

how many of us, as children, have had creeping thoughts of “i think i have a crush on somebody of my own gender” or “i wish i were another gender” and dismissed them so swiftly and so effectively because those ideas were unnatural and unconscionable that they never had the chance to grow into our identities? how many more of us, when finally told from childhood that queerness is a real and good option, will be queer and will love it?

(Source: schoenbergwasright, via feelknower1993)