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((for @weareoracle [or any of their muses] but open to anyone))

It was the just after dusk and Squintch found himself in the Guild Hall’s common room. They were sitting on the floor next to the fireplace, their legs tucked underneath as they looked down at the tome opened up on the floor. In their lap was a cat, shimmering a translucent green in the light of the fire beside them, cuddled up int Squintch as the goblin pet it.

“Okay, I to tha hells with this,” Squintch said, exhaling an air of frustration, “That’s about as much ‘training’ I can take for one night. Zarra can kiss my green ass if he was expecting me to get any further in tha book.” They slam the tome shut and flop backward onto their back.


based on my friend quickly realizing mccree is just the main character from red dead redemption

but like, mccree ‘isnt big on technology’ but he 100% has a copy of every western movie he can get his hands on, and played red dead redemption everyday when he was int he deadlock gang 


genji and mccree live together and genji knows his secret 

so this is just embarrassing 





Today’s Picture Game post: http://ift.tt/2cS3GSh

This brings our first Artist of the Month series to a close. I hope you enjoyed writing things inspired by the artwork of Chiara Bautista.

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Städat och plockat idag här hemma. Åkte hem från jobbet igår för jag mådde illa och hade ont i magen. Spydde strax därefter på vägen hem. Ingen aning om vad som hände, om det är magsjukan eller inte. Iallafall, 48h regeln gäller ju så det var ju bara att stanna hemma idag eftersom jag jobbar så nära människor.
Ikväll kommer Evelina hem för imorgon ska hon, jag & Mamma springa tjurruset. Får se hur det går, tanken var ju att jag skulle träna inför det, men en förkylning som hållit i sig i snart 5 veckor fick förstöra det jag tänkt. Gör det som en rolig grej, för det är roligt, men otroligt äckligt haha.

Onödigt inlägg men jag har tråkigt och har ingenting att göra.

The Night: Our Friend, or Our Worst Enemy?

charmed-sisters replied to your photoset“The Hunt: Headgames Season 2 Chapter 8: Part III Previous /…”

Oooo… It’s always exciting when asks to meet you later, at night ✨🎆

@charmed-sisters Or, you know, in my world, another chance to get killed, maimed, or shot at by an unknown attacker hiding int he dark :D

Originally posted by adiscoloredworld

firstladyofcasterlyrock replied to your photoset“The Hunt: Headgames Season 2 Chapter 8: Part IV Previous /…”

Looks like there’s a lot of big power gathering in that city…

Hmm. I wouldn’t say lot of big power… more like lot of small power that has the potential to form one hell of a powerful team if joined together. If you consider it most of them - Faye, Fable and Caleb included - are small players. Caleb is a baby in werewolf years, and while both Fable and Faye pack some serious power, it’s nothing in comparison to the most powerful of their kinds. As for Fallon… she is a kicker. You also don’t want to end up on her bad side. While druids might sound like peaceful people with all their natural magic and balance, their big guns are capable of destroying a city. I will leave the decision of whether Fallon should be considered a big gun to you for now :3

firstladyofcasterlyrock replied to your photoset“The Hunt: Headgames Season 2 Chapter 8: Part V Previous /…”

That is an interesting turn! Time for a field trip to hell, huh?

Nu-uh! Nope. Nope. Nope! Just trust me on this, the hell I have in mind is not a place for a lone standard vampire and her werewolf friend. They would get fried. Plus, without a demon to transport them there they have zero chance of getting there in one piece. Like I said above, they are all small power and Underworld would pretty much tear them apart. They realise this so they will work the case the best they can from above. But as for the demons and dealings with them… I have something in mind for the future. Just definitely not on their turf. Sorry for ruining your excitement. :D 

jepensedoncjesims replied to your photoset“The Hunt: Headgames Season 2 Chapter 8: Part VI Previous /…”

I think I’ve said this before…I like Faye’s sense of humor. the whole hashtag bit, had me laughing

I think she is a bit like a cop, or a doctor: if she took life seriously she would go utterly mad. But I’m glad you like it. It’s a little dark… :D


30 September 2016 

ESA’s historic Rosetta mission has concluded as planned, with the controlled impact onto the comet it had been investigating for more than two years.

Confirmation of the end of the mission arrived at ESA’s control center in Darmstadt, Germany at 11:19 GMT (13:19 CEST) with the loss of Rosetta’s signal upon impact.

Rosetta carried out its final maneuver last night at 20:50 GMT (22:50 CEST), setting it on a collision course with the comet from an altitude of about 19 km. Rosetta had targeted a region on the small lobe of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, close to a region of active pits in the Ma’at region.

Read more ~ ESA.int

Top: Comet landing site. Sequence of images captured by Rosetta during its descent to the surface of Comet 67P/C-G on 30 September.
Bottom: Rosetta’s last image of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, taken shortly before impact, at an estimated altitude of 51 m above the surface.The image was taken with the OSIRIS wide-angle camera on 30 September.The image scale is about 5 mm/pixel and the image measures about 2.4 m across.
Credit: ESA