Kain yang kotor, memerlukan proses mencuci yang lebih keras, daripada kain yang hanya sedikit tertuang kopi.

Demikian juga dengan jiwa yang dibiarkan kotor, ia harus ikhlas menerima perlakuan kehidupan yang terasa seperti kejam, yang sebetulnya adalah cara untuk mengembalikannya kepada keindahan asli jiwanya.

Marilah kita memelihara kebersihan hati, keindahan tutur kata, dan keramahan dalam tingkah laku.

Orang yang merindukan rezeki yang baik, harus membaikkan hati, pikiran, dan tindakannya.
—  Mario Teguh - Loving you all as always

flamboyantlumberjack asked:

18, 19, 30?

18 what’s your patronus? 19 which Harry Potter house would you be in? or are you a muggle?30pick one of your favorite quotes.

18 heu i don’t like Harry Potter but can i have a dragon pretty please

19 eu the snaky one cause I am cynical bastard

30″It is such a quiet thing, to fall. But far more terrible is to admit it“ Kreia from KOTOR 2

soundwavereporting asked:

I'm getting back into the fandom after a couple years and I was SO HAPPY to see this blog pop up on my recommended lists and to find out that there is still a kotor fandom!

Aaah, thank you!! And yup this fandom is still kicking and running heh. Please enjoy your stay, you’ll never be able to leave this hell. I mean *cough* this land of plentiful bounty.

-insert obligatory need more blog to follow title here-

Ahem, now that THAT’S out of the way. >.>

Long story short, I unfollowed a lot of blogs recently (old ones, upsetting ones, etc) and I want more shit on my dash. Like this and I’ll check your blog out.

Video games:

  • Mass Effect
  • Elder Scrolls
  • Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2 (especially if you reblog kotor)

I also like Dragon Age and Fallout, but Fallout not as much and Dragon Age only if the blog in question does not bring fandom drama to my dash.

Also, Bioshock, Bioshock Infinite and Dishonored are always welcome to my dash as well.


I run a music sideblog and I mostly reblog metal related things there so if your blog includes

  • Nightwish
  • Within Temptation
  • Epica
  • Delain
  • Kamelot
  • Sabaton
  • Arch Enemy
  • The Agonist
  • Sirenia
  • In This Moment
  • Or similar, etc.

I will check out your blog. Some of it may get reblogged to my main as well.


I reblog a lot of Star Wars. Also, I like lots of different TV Shows as well. 


Mutuals, I’d appreciate a signal boost, but it’s not necessary.

List of Bioware f/f and general women focused tumblrs

Bioware f/f tumblrs:

biowarefemslash | fuckyeahmerribela | fuckyeahshaynor | fydragonagefemslash

femshack (inactive) | femshepley (inactive) | jackanda (inactive) | shepardliarareclist (inactive)

General Bioware women tumblrs:

fybiowareladies | ladiesofmasseffect | ladiesoftheoldrepublic | masseffectladies | ourladiesofdragonage | swtorladies | womenofthedas

biowareladies (inactive) | biowarewomen (inactive) | daladies (inactive) | fyeahbiowarewomen (inactive) | thewomenofmasseffect (inactive) | womenofda (inactive)

Includes Bioware f/f but not specifically for:

biowarelove | femslashrevolution | fortheloveoffemhawke | fyeahkotor

queerbioware (inactive)

I just went on a h u g e unfollowing spree and my dash is dead, so reblog and if you post any of the following and I’ll check out your blog:

• Dragon Age
• Mass Effect
• Knights of the Old Republic
• anything bioware tbh
• Star Wars
• Marvel
• Markiplier
• D r a g o n A g e
• M a s s E f f e c t
• K O T O R
• Tomb Raider
• Pokémon
• Animal Crossing
• video games in general honestly

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hey kids so i hear you like dragon age and mass effect and all those things

i’m here to tell you about a series by the same company you might have missed, it’s called Knights of the Old Republic. Not the MMO, ignore that. Knights of the Old Republic is a series of two games made by Bioware that are set in the Star Wars Universe, during a time far before the movies. It’s similar to the other Bioware games as it’s a role playing game where you control a small group of characters who travel to many strange places and bond with each other, making choices as you go along. The gameplay, mostly pertaining to battles, while not as good as the recent games, is in no way bad, and the story is phenomenal. The second game is a little buggier than the first, but has Influence mechanics, which I believe are in Dragon Age, where you can have respect and disdain from certain members of your group.

You play as a Force Sensitive in the first game, someone who has no formal Jedi training, but is attuned to the powers of the Force, and as an Exiled Jedi in the second game. There’s lots of customization, and the game lets you use lightsabers, blasters, rifles, and you can mix it up with dual wielding or a number of feats and force powers! Additionally, as you make difficult decisions in game, your character will align towards either the Light or Dark Side, allowing them to make crucial choices that will determine the ending of the game! Some characters from the first game include a homicidal protocol droid with no regard for organic life, a teenage punk and her Wookie friend, a righteous military commander, a battlethirsty Mandalorian warrior, and an old man who left the Jedi Order because he was just too fed up with their bullshit, to name a few. Oh, and I should say that the first KotOR has one of the BEST twists in all of game history. The best.

Even if you know nothing about Star Wars, I heavily recommend giving it a try. It’s a great game with memorable characters and well written dialogue, All you really need to know about Star Wars to get this game, is that Jedi are good, Sith are bad, and lightsabers cut things. You can go into it having seen NONE of the movies.

If you’re a Star Wars fan, and haven’t played these games yet, what are you waiting for? Do it! They’re nothing like the prequel movies, and you’re going to love all the references and seeing some key planets before they evolved to what you’ve seen in the movies.

The games go for pretty cheap on Steam, so you can buy it there, or if you’re less inclined to actually play games and prefer to watch them, definitely do so, but take care not to get spoiled! Seriously.


Atton rails against the Jedi