When asked about his past, Anomen is quick to state that he has been serving the Most Noble Order of the Radiant Heart for years, and after his Test he will be a full and true knight. Anomen is reluctant, however, to speak of his noble upbringing, saying only that he entered the Order without the support his father, Lord Cor Delryn. Since he could not be sponsored as a squire, Anomen chose the route of the warrior and priest of Helm, the god of Guardians, and has fought many battles over the years against forces of evil. Anomen often says that he is confident that he will prove worthy of his knighthood, but sometimes seems to be trying to convince himself of that fact more than anyone.

hopefully it shows up

i call it…

the Jim coat

btw you may or may not remember me from a little while ago, I left a thing saying that i may be the female version of Lionell, this was probs back in october maybe (submitted by @pidgiebread)

AMAZING jim can use it when he wants to go incognito (and i want to borrow it as well)

Kivan and PC from Baldur’s Gate. CHARA’s name is Rowena Soléy and she is actually my PC from SoA, buuut I couldn’t resist downloading the Kivan mod, which makes him available in BGII.

And if it’s hard for some to look at Kivan out of character, let’s just imagine that this was his face when he finally got the chance to kill Tazok.

Monsters - Stingers

Stingers mix esoteric religious mysticism with murderous tendencies and the stinger of a giant scorpion. Stingers look like a bizarre variant of centaur. They’re about the same size as centaurs, but they have the lower bodies of scorpions.

Their human half is red-skinned, hairless, and almost inhumanly handsome. Their faces are preternaturally calm. Stingers possess an extremely sophisticated culture, full of strange philosophies that filter deviant human notions through multifaceted insect eyes. Two of the stingers’ strange practices bear mentioning.

The first is referred to on Faerûn as “stinger racing.”

Groups of two to twenty stingers sometimes tear out of their nests, stopping for nothing unless they are attacked and forced to defend themselves, running as far and fast as they can run … until they die. They just drop dead, one by one. And no one knows why.

The second oddity, the stingers’ peculiar method of divination, is only slightly better understood by surface dwellers. Stingers live under the surface of the earth. Using their tremorsense, and their sense of the terrain above, they map out mystical grids.

Then they spread out and lie in wait, sometimes for days, until enough creatures have moved across the grid to connect its elements in a meaningful pattern. No one understands how stingers conceive of their grids or what information they are hoping to discover—all that is known is that at certain times, stingers erupt onto the surface, armed for war and convinced by just-completed divinations that they are taking the proper step.

On other occasions, stingers adopt entirely random attitudes toward strangers, even strangers they have met before, convinced by their divinations that this is the proper choice.

Both male and female stingers are combatants. The participants in “stinger races” are almost exclusively male. Hunting parties participating in the strange divination rituals are usually composed of an equal number of males and females.

The stingers of the Realms are native to Maztica, a continent across the Trackless Sea that was recently invaded by the forces of Amn.

The invasion was not entirely a success, not least because it brought Faerûn to the attention of the stingers, or the tlincallis, as they refer to themselves.

An entire stinger hive-city has used a three-year ritual to transport itself into the Underdark beneath the nation of Amn.

The tlincallis have taken over the region formerly ruled by the dwarven kingdom of Xothaerin. The only resistance of note came from the elemental fire creatures (salamanders, efreet, and the like) that had populated the southern reaches of the ruined dwarven kingdom.

The tlincallis fought off the fire beings and are now sending exploring parties through the rest of the Underdark, possibly in search of other areas ripe for stinger colonization.

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디아크 해피 유나킴 [Fancam] (Happy/Yuna focus)



元々IT業界の人々なんてオフ会をするだけでもドタキャンありの、返事よこさないなど、ルーズで個人主義的な人間が多いのに団体を作ろうなんてことに無理があったのだ。ある日、突然山本一郎から「あのさ、総務省が団体作れって相談されたんで、徳力さん、あとはよろしく」と言われ、そのままオレが動くことになってしまったのだ。Facebookとツイッターで「誰か会長になりませんか? 支部長をやってもらえませんか?」と呼びかけるもなしのつぶて。挙句の果てには「おっ、また火中の栗を拾いに行くのですね!」なんて言われる始末。

anonymous asked:

is there a specific reason why u prefer finarfin as the tallest son of finwe and feanor and fingolfin looking physically similar?

|| Damn anon, you must have dug pretty deep into my blog to find any mention of that!  Anyway, let’s say that there is a specific reason. With the premise that:

— I cannot force anybody to adopt this headcanon, no matter how much I preach, and,
— the only way to make an artist draw a character exactly as you want them is to pay them, which is something that I’ve done before and that I will surely do again in the future (because art commissioning is good),

I will try to elaborate a little.

The first reason is very simple: I like it that way. I imagine the characters in my head and I see them in that specific maner. The second reason is that I actually think you can infer that Fëanor and Fingolfin are pretty similar in height (and that they book look like Finwë) through an analysis of canon. Now, of course I use what I can to support my own headcanon, but that reading doesn’t seem too far-fetched to me. As for Finarfin, in that case there’s really nothing to be found except for the fact that he looks more like Indis and the Vanyar (while Fingolfin takes after Finwë), and I tend to imagine Indis’ side of the family as generally leaner and taller. (If you reeeally feel like reading that very old post about appearance headcanons, it’s over here, though approach it with the fair warning that I may have been a little too enthusiastic while stating my ideas on the matter.)

The third reason is slightly more meta and less “objective” as far as canon goes, but anyway. So basically Fingolfin is considered the “warrior” in the trio, despite the fact that Fëanor is definitely also a fighter. This is probably due to the fact that Fingolfin’s most memorable scene in the book is the duel against Morgoth, and also because of that quote that describes him as the most valiant et cetera. According to this very basic description of character, Fëanor is the craftsman and Finarfin is the “nice one”. What I’m getting at is that the depiction of the scholar/craftsman/artist as shorter or physically less imposing annoys me. I think I mentioned this somewhere else once, but the idea that the character that “fits” the “nerd” trope must always be skinnier, less muscular or anything of the sort kind of bothers me. And I mean, not to say that Fëanor embodies the nerd trope, because there’s a bunch of other tropes that apply to him, and not all of them are nearly as “harmless” or scholarly as that one. but anyway, back on topic. Of the three brothers, he is the scientist/artist/craftsman. And that character, that kind of person in general, must not always be somehow not as physically imposing as the “warrior” counterpart (that despite the fact that Fëanor gets his fair share of physically “flattering” descriptions, and despite the fact that Fingolfin remains a Ñoldo, so I’m pretty sure that he also learnt some kind of craft, even though he might never have mastered it.) Conclusion? I want the “scholarly” character to be frickin’ ripped. I want the blacksmith character to be frickin’ ripped. Another disclaimer: people who are “scholarly” (or who are blacksmiths, for that matter) can be thin and can look like your “stereotypical” nerd, and that certainly isn’t wrong (because there are people like that in real life, of course). But sometimes I don’t want to attach the trope to its usual visual representation, and this is one of such instances. 

As for Finarfin? More often than not he is represented as the shortest of the three, which I think has something to do with the fact that he is the most non-confrontational and the calmest of the three. And… that also bothers me a little, for similar reasons as those I explained for Fëanor. Fingolfin is probably the only one who, in my head, mirrors his warrior-king trope in the way I imagine him physically.

So I hope this really long reply answered your question and thank you for sending it.