Down-To-Farm

guys.

GUYS.

I was browsing recently added on Netflix today and LOOK:

Movies info: “When her family goes bankrupt, privileged city girl Jen Stone travels to the country to try and help a struggling pumpkin farm that her father bought as an investment to get her money back. Not everyone is on board with her changes, least of all Brett, the farm’s handsome manager. By working with what she knows best, she just might be able to turn the farm around, while also falling in love.”

I MEAN, it seems a little your typical cliche romance movies, but ALSO city girl moves to a farm, turns it into a successful business and also finds love? And its called Harvest Moon? SEEMS A LITTLE FAMILIAR???

Originally posted by thejordanbowen

hey sorry about your farm

Fighter, after accidentally burning down a farm trying to get rid of monsters: hey sorry about your farm is there anything we can do to help

Devastated farm family: …no… just leave

Farm family child: oh look at this tiny man (talking about the gnome bard)

Gnome bard: the fuck you just say about me?

The gnome bard proceeds to headbutt the child’s groin with his hard, pointy, red hat, doing decent damage.

The fighter then offers gold to make up for the damage and the gnome bard, but the family refuses.

Me, the DM: Nice work guys, you successfully destroyed the livelihood of a family and scarred their child for life.

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Tedwards be shoppin'

tardis-in-the-sky  asked:

present headcanons for the rampion crew?? who gives who what?

  • Cinder’s not really good at giving gifts. When it comes to gift exchanges for the servants or ambassadors, Iko does all the shopping and Cinder’s just as surprised when said recipient opens their gift. Most of the time it’s a good surprise.
    • For the crew though, she likes to be practical, giving out handmade coupons for things like Free Portscreen System Analysis, One Rampion Oil Change, etc. Mostly it’s an excuse to get her hands dirty.
  • Kai’s all about the sentimental gifts, remembering the most minute details of a conversation one of the gang has with him 10 months prior. They’re always very thoughtful and beautifully crafted.
  • Scarlet is the complete opposite and opts for the handmade gift. Most of the time it’s baked goods or a jar of honey from the farm, or a basket of soaps from the old lady who makes them from two farms down.
  • Wolf is also a handmade gift kind of guy, but his tend to be a little more crafted, like whittled figurines or eventually, handsome pieces of furniture. Every now and then, he’ll throw in one of his homemade jars of jam. They’re prize-winning after all.
  • Thorne’s gift-giving philosophy is to get people what he’d like to receive because he obviously has impeccable taste. Funny enough, these gifts are some times spot on. Of course, his success rate is about 50%, but the gang is unable to exchange their gift because Thorne got it somewhere halfway around the world. 
  • Cress’s gifting style is somewhat of a mix between Kai’s and Thorne’s. She’s good at remembering sentimental details and picks up interesting gifts during her travels. Her gifts tend to be small, (like her): jewelry, a book, a fascinating charm with an interesting story.
  • Winter is also one of the handmade gang. She’s always gifting beautiful quilts or delicate handkerchiefs embroidered with delicate flowers or life-like animals. 
  • Jacin’s gifts include something simple and practical. A can of oil because the last time he visited, the door was squeaky, or wool socks because no one can have enough pairs of wool socks. These gifts leave the recipient a little puzzled, until he says something nice to them and then he is being hugged against his will. 
  • Iko is one of those freaky gift-givers who always gets you something you’ve never knew you wanted, but now that you have in your life, you couldn’t imagine how you could have lived so long without one. She says it’s her superpower. 

Merry Christmas to everyone who celebrates it and a happy holiday to all!

“That melody…It brings back so many memories!  I entered show business because I heard this song at the Carnival of Time long ago… By doing performances, I thought maybe I’d get to meet the singers of that song…

Sorry for the wait! December is a very busy month for me!

This is the Gorman Brothers in the past, with the one that will become the Troupe Leader musing over an Indigo-Go’s poster in their run-down farm house. I always felt bad that he worked so hard to achieve his dream of performing at the Carnival of Time, even becoming ostracized from his own family to try to make it, only to have his big chance cancelled at the last second. ):

Process Video here

> Great Fairy’s Mask
> Keaton Mask
> Captain’s Hat
> Giant’s Mask
> Don Gero’s Mask
> Deku Mask
> Kamaro’s Mask
>
Zora Mask
> Blast Mask
> Garo’s Mask
>
All-Night Mask
> Goron Mask
> Bunny Hood
> Postman’s Hat
> Bremen Mask
> Stone Mask
> Couple’s Mask
> Mask of Scents
> Gibdo Mask
> Mask of Truth
> Kafei’s Mask

On this day in music history: November 7, 1969 - Paul McCartney along with his wife Linda, step-daughter Heather and new baby daughter Mary appear on the cover of Life Magazine. The magazine’s London correspondent tracks McCartney and his family down at his farm in High Park, Campbeltown, Scotland, hoping to get an interview and address the rumors about his supposed death. At first, McCartney is angered by the intrusion on his privacy, swearing at the correspondents and throwing a bucket of water at them. Cooler heads prevail, and Paul grants an interview (and exclusive photos) in exchange for the film shot of him during the incident. The article, titled “The Magical McCartney Mystery” (written by John Neary), highlights all the supposed “clues” about McCartney’s rumored death hidden on various Beatles records (such as “Sgt. Pepper”, “Magical Mystery Tour”, “The White Album” and “Abbey Road”) and in photographs. When asked about the rumors, McCartney comment, “perhaps the rumor started because I haven’t been much in the press lately. I have done enough press for a life time, and I don’t have anything to say these days. I’m happy to be with my family and I will work when I work. I was switched on for 10 years and never switched off. Now I am switching off whenever I can. I would rather be a little less famous these days.” The article also includes the first indication that The Beatles had already split when Paul comments in passing that “The Beatle thing is over.” Somehow his comment goes largely unnoticed by the media and the public in the months prior to the official announcement of the bands break up in April 1970.