I’ve just discovered the greatest Sims 3 glitch and I have no idea how I did it.

So I’m playing as a vampire couple and when I started they had a toddler. It’s standard ingame stuff that if the toddler plays with blocks enough then when they get older they master logic in like two minutes. Same with the xylophone and any instrument skills.

Okay but… She’s a teen now, and ANY skill she tries she shoots straight to level 3, and then it takes her no time to get to level 10. Holy fuck, she’s mastered logic, all instruments including violin, social networking, photography, and she’s almost mastered charisma as well, holy smokes!! This ain’t normal, she’s a beast!

Again, SWR broke the "pattern"

The first two seasons ended with the deaths of the villain(s) du jour…

Season 3 ended with the death of a major good guy… but not the one with the death warrant. While the villain(s) du jour survived.

A new pattern emerged, though: S1 ended with victory, S2 ended with a draw, S3 ended with a loss.

It looks as if the situation is degrading for the Rebels.

Will S4 end with even more loss? Probably even the loss of a main character?

anonymous asked:

Shiro and panic?

His breathing comes in short pants, not nearly enough for him to breathe, he’s suffocating, he’s drowning, he’s dying, and can’t stop it and he’s dying-

“Time it with me, Shiro, just in…. for six and then out… for eight, just like that, with me now.”

Slowly, Shiro listens, timing his breathing with Lance’s voice, and at the end of it he’s crying and shaking but he’s aware again, and he offers Lance a tremulous smile.

The episode Page 23 beholds a beautiful message of self-acceptance and personal growth. Regina went from being the person she hated the most to being someone she actually truly loved. She has finally come to terms with her darkness, but she also realized it didn’t define who she was. Regina finally accepted her entire self: the good, the bad and the unclear areas, and that’s something she (and we) should be very proud about.