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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bkjunkie98:

What if Smaug was replaced? 0_0 Photo credit: Alexandra Armitage on Facebook.

bkjunkie98:

What if Smaug was replaced? 0_0 Photo credit: Alexandra Armitage on Facebook.

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This is for The Varric Thread’s Weekly Prompt Post on the BSN. The prompt was “Lost in the Woods” I had a little fun with it. 
I picked Solas and Varric, not because I thought they’d be the ones most adverse to killing nugs and fennecs, but because I thought they’d be the ones Iron Bull would have the most fun drawing dead.  High-res

This is for The Varric Thread’s Weekly Prompt Post on the BSN. The prompt was “Lost in the Woods” I had a little fun with it. 

I picked Solas and Varric, not because I thought they’d be the ones most adverse to killing nugs and fennecs, but because I thought they’d be the ones Iron Bull would have the most fun drawing dead. 

lightgetsout:

A voice demo consisting of 30 Dragon Age character impressions.

I’ve been wanting to put together a collection of my Dragon Age impressions for some time, and inspired by natvoices, I decided to go all out and do a wide variety of character impressions from Dragon Age.

I did my best to include most, if not all, the male companions of Origins, DA2, and even Inquisition, as well as an assortment of NPCs and other characters within these beautiful games.

Here is a list of the impressions in order:

  • Zevran Arainai
  • Cailan Theirin
  • Varric Tethras
  • Anders
  • Fenris
  • Nathaniel Howe
  • Iron Bull
  • Sebastian Vael
  • Dorian Pavus
  • Cullen
  • Orsino
  • Swiftrunner
  • Loghain Mac Tir
  • Enchanter Irving
  • Alistair Theirin
  • Jethann
  • Oghren
  • Bryce Cousland
  • Justice
  • The Arishok
  • Uldred
  • Sarcastic Hawke
  • Murdock
  • Fergus Cousland
  • Carver Hawke
  • Gorim
  • Bann Teagan
  • Sten
  • Tamlen
  • Male!Inquisitor


And a personal message from me!

I really hope you all enjoy it and thank you so so much for listening, and for all you kind words and support!

Atrast Nal Tunsha
-Dylan

(via officialvarrictethras)

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christgram:

Surprise!! Well I’m done (it totally wasn’t worth the wait I know)! Just a little animatic I made for The Hobbit, I thought it was an interesting idea. I worked on this periodically, so sorry it took a while… Overall I had to draw 6 Bilbos, 5 Bofurs, 3 1/2 Kilis, and 3 Filis.

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inja-y-ddraig:

asparklethatisblue:

more old!Dwalin, and one of the kids who see him as an honorary grandpa ^^ 

[This became way longer than I initially planned, I’m sorry u_u]
The only thing to rival the Glittering Caves in beauty and splendour, Dwalin sometimes mused, were the gardens that had been carved into the slopes of Thrihyrne above the vast caverns.
It had originally been one of Gimli’s ideas to please his elvish friend’s needs of living and growing things, and Thranduil’s son had even brought some seedlings from his home that were fast to grow and endure even the harshest weather, although the designers of the small plateau had been careful as to choose a part of the mountain where the wind was never too harsh, and the sun would be shining even in deepest winter. There even had been some visitors from the Shire, accompanied by Gimli’s little friend Meriadoc, who brought with them many a good seed for vegetables and other greenstuff, and to Dwalin’s astonishment some of them even stayed, as according to them, “Dwarves know nothing of proper gardens!”
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inja-y-ddraig:

asparklethatisblue:

more old!Dwalin, and one of the kids who see him as an honorary grandpa ^^ 

[This became way longer than I initially planned, I’m sorry u_u]

The only thing to rival the Glittering Caves in beauty and splendour, Dwalin sometimes mused, were the gardens that had been carved into the slopes of Thrihyrne above the vast caverns.

It had originally been one of Gimli’s ideas to please his elvish friend’s needs of living and growing things, and Thranduil’s son had even brought some seedlings from his home that were fast to grow and endure even the harshest weather, although the designers of the small plateau had been careful as to choose a part of the mountain where the wind was never too harsh, and the sun would be shining even in deepest winter. There even had been some visitors from the Shire, accompanied by Gimli’s little friend Meriadoc, who brought with them many a good seed for vegetables and other greenstuff, and to Dwalin’s astonishment some of them even stayed, as according to them, “Dwarves know nothing of proper gardens!”

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Cheers, I'm happy to hear that you bandage got taken off today. Your leg injury did not sound fun, I'm happy to hear it's feeling better now.

dgaider:

Thanks! I have the most delightful series of pictures showing the healing progress… though I’m told I should never, ever, show them to anyone. Not unless I want to get out of a dinner date really quickly.

Well this has just invoked the interest of my inner schoolboy. I kinda wanna see them now.

asked by fiveforchibis
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