hey guys!! i have this survey that i need done for school it would be great if you guys could fill it out, if not please reblog this so that others can do it too. And if you do fill it out, you can also reblog this so that, once again, it gets out to others! thanks so much my dudes!
why the fuck does at leAST every other male let’s player announce themselves with the volume and intensity of 100000 decibels calM THE FUCK DOWN you’re playing a video game not commentating on the fucking super bowl finale
So, Happy December everypony! I’ve been inspired to try my absolute hardest to draw a happy little holiday scene every day until the 25th, like a little MLP themed advent calendar!
Here’s the first day - Twilight and Spike’s very first Hearth’s Warming together~ I hope I can stay on track this time (looking at you, Inktober), especially since I get three weeks off from Dec. 17th. Then, on the 25th, there’ll be a holiday giveaway for all my followers! Hooray for presents!
Another thought occurred to me. Other than the Chantry represent betrayal,
The Chantry failed him first. The Chantry that failed him, the place
where he had to put his lover out of his misery, it was the first place
that had to go. For Anders, it was more that declaring war against the
establishment that oppressed him. It was a funeral procession and
burying an old friend.
I read in the tags, some people wondered why Anders choose the Chantry over the Gallows?
This brings to mind, do people consider it more forgivable and understandable if Anders blew up the Gallows instead? That it’s less of a crime? More than the templars, the mages will suffer for the explosion, the very people Anders wanted to liberate.
Secondly, it is entirely the Chantry’s fault for allowing the horrors the mages suffered under Meredith’s- and other Knight-Commanders’- rule.
3:09 Towers: The third time the Right of Annulment was evoked. Knight-Commander Gervasio of Antiva killed all of the city’s mages for demonic possession, though the Seekers of Truth later found evidence that this may have been a cover-up of Knight-Captain Nicholas’ crimes, who confessed to murdering over a hundred mages
The Chantry covered this up.The Chantry doesn’t care about mage rights or freedoms. They allow the Templars to do what they please, which is what exactly Meredith did. So what if Anders struck at Meredith? It’d change nothing.
i was tagged by @letmecumbaek to do the 10 biases from 10 different groups tag. ive been avoiding doing this, because im so indecisive with most groups and usually have more than one bias. so this was incredibly hard for me. but ive finally done it. im proud of myself.