aer-dna:

“Eh, Ma-ko?”

2nd year of college I lived on the 9th floor which was considered the ‘llama floor’. Got real good at drawing Kuzco lmao

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aer-dna:

Eh, Ma-ko?”

2nd year of college I lived on the 9th floor which was considered the ‘llama floor’. Got real good at drawing Kuzco lmao

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thievinghippo:

bioware-confessions:

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I think out of all the races in Mass Effect the Volus are my least favorite. I think there’s only one or two in the whole trilogy that isn’t whiny and cowardice. Does anyone actually like the Volus?

HOLD UP.

Someone talking shit about the volus?

Just by seeing a volus in person, you are seeing the opposite of a coward. You are seeing a bad ass motherfucker who risks their life to do business on the Citadel or Illium, etc. A quarian gets a suit puncture? That’s bad. But give them some anti-biotics and they’ll be okay in the end.

A volus gets a suit puncture? They die. End of story.

What a lot of people don’t understand is that volus aren’t a carbon based life form like every other species in the Mass Effect universe. These folk are ammonia based. They are completely unique. They can’t eat levo food, they can’t eat dextro food. Do you hear them complaining? Nope.

Can you tell me who was the third species to discover the Citadel after the asarai and the salarians? That would be the volus, my friend. They discovered the Citadel before the turians, the humans, the elcor, the batarians, etc, etc.

You know what the volus did when they got there? They said, ‘screw your banking system, we’re gonna design a better one.’ And they did! They authored the Unified Banking Act, basically standardizing the galaxies currency without sacrificing each world’s autonomy. You want to pay in Mexican pesos? Or some obscure vorcha currency? Thanks to the volus, you can.

These fuckers are smart. When the krogan rebellion came along, they knew they had absolutely no chance fighting them. So what did they do? They said, ‘Yo turians! Protect us and we’ll handle your economy.’ And an agreement was reached. Some people might think that’s weak? Me? I see a charging krogan and am able to get someone to stand in front of me, that’s savvy, not fear.

Fun volus fact. Did you know that the volus don’t use family names? They have no concept of a name like ‘Shepard’ or ‘Alenko’ because they believe that you can’t own a person. They believe so strongly in personal freedom that giving a surname to your child is like staking a claim on them.  

Some think the volus didn’t contribute enough to the Reaper War. Fuck that! They donated all the materials and ships that they had. Not to mention things that don’t seem important, like fabrication units. Guess who made all the custom plastic pieces needed for the Crucible? That would be the volus. Guess who reversed engineered all sort of tech to help with the Crucible. Again, the volus.

Are they bitter about their place on the Citadel? Fuck yeah they are, with good reason. This bad ass culture has been around since almost the beginning. They’ve stabilized the entire galaxy’s economy. Have you ever heard of there being a recession or a depression on the Citadel? You haven’t. Cause the volus are on top of that shit.

So even though they’ve been around for more than two thousand years, they still don’t have a place on the Council. They don’t even have their own embassy. And here come the humans, who haven’t contributed nearly as much, and they get their own private office!  But don’t worry. Now that the Reaper War is over, things are in flux and the volus will be there to make sure the economy doesn’t tank.

IN CONCLUSION: The volus are awesome and deserve your respect. 

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momochanners:

DA:I doodles from the past week

All drawn with Sketchbook Pro app on the Galaxy Note 3

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dgaider:

Indira Varma (the voice of Vivienne) in a skit with jessicamerizan!

This may, in fact, be the best thing ever. Indira, aside from being an absolutely perfect Vivienne, is so completely game. :)

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Who called Bolin lavabending, who called it?
I called it. 
Ghazan’s pretty much dark!Bolin, super chill earthbending with good mobility and a (maybe) crush on a psychotic waterbender. Made sense that Bolin would pick up his skills.
I’ve got a headcanon about Ghazhan actually. Maybe those 13 years weren’t the first time he was imprisoned. Lavabending has a lot of destructive potential, could be that whatever nation he came from decided to lock him up rather than risk him loosing control. That of course would have made for a perfect opportunity for Zaheer to free him and convert him to the Red Lotus. 
I wonder how people will react to Bolin now handling what is quite possible the most destructive from of bending there is.  High-res

Who called Bolin lavabending, who called it?

I called it. 

Ghazan’s pretty much dark!Bolin, super chill earthbending with good mobility and a (maybe) crush on a psychotic waterbender. Made sense that Bolin would pick up his skills.

I’ve got a headcanon about Ghazhan actually. Maybe those 13 years weren’t the first time he was imprisoned. Lavabending has a lot of destructive potential, could be that whatever nation he came from decided to lock him up rather than risk him loosing control. That of course would have made for a perfect opportunity for Zaheer to free him and convert him to the Red Lotus. 

I wonder how people will react to Bolin now handling what is quite possible the most destructive from of bending there is. 

Dragon Age Inquisition - some impressions from playing

coffeegameslove:

I got to play 30 minutes of DA:i today. Felt like 5 minutes and it was over already, but it was fun. 

The setting was in Fallow Mire, what we saw in the presentation yesterday. The goal was to get to the boss from the demo and free fellow soldiers, but I couldn’t even get there because I was busy with all the randoms mobs that spawned and scouting the area. 

The area looked really nice. It was raining, dark, I was running through water and mud and rocky areas. I kept looting stuff out of a habit (OH ELFROOT) until I realized that was pointless because I was in a demo. m)

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nonetoon:

Here’s number two: Gamora! I don’t know if anyone’ll see this right now, but I hope you guys like it!Gamora and Pokemon do not belong to me.This picture does belong to me.Do not steal or Repost!
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nonetoon:

Here’s number two: Gamora! I don’t know if anyone’ll see this right now, but I hope you guys like it!

Gamora and Pokemon do not belong to me.
This picture does belong to me.
Do not steal or Repost!

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