Warden’s player is an experienced DnD player. They knows how the game works, what moves they can do, and what shit they can pull with the DM, who’s a good friend of theirs.
Alistair’s player is brand new to DnD. They make this character with a great backstory because they’ve played some video games before and are probably an avid reader, but aren’t that experienced in tabletop of any sort. They have a bit of a hero complex and want to be a main character, but also just want to have fun.
Morrigan’s player is an experienced player who’s trying out a Neutral Evil character for the first time. They’re used to playing Chaotic Good or Neutral Good.
Zev’s character is a joke character played by a friend who joined the campaign late. The first roll to assassinate failed critically, obviously.
Sten was originally meant to be a plot point, but when the Warden’s player freed him, the DM had to play him as an NPC party member. Now, this is a great DM, but they’re terrible at RP, hence Sten’s awkwardness throughout the game.
Ohgren is an experienced player who also joins the game a bit late, about the time Zevran does, but who’s more interested in story than in actually getting stuff done.
Leliana’s player is an experienced online RPer, but not in DnD. They have half a mind to romance just about anyone if the character’s mood takes her, but also know the importance of story.
Wynne was a joke character that got approved, and her player now is stuck with an elderly lady and is playing up to all the tropes, and cheerfully so.
Shale was a prank that the DM misunderstood and kept in once they realized how funny it would actually be.
I appreciate dan and phil spending a majority of December making daily videos for us because they realise not everyone has a great home life so much.not everyone cares about their audience that much I’m actually so grateful I stan these guys
When we say you should keep your romantic/sexual shipping in private, we don’t mean that you can’t write fics, or make fanart, or fanmade videos about these ships. Because that’s great, that’s cute, and I can appreciate all that because it takes some talent and hard work to make all of that.
However, you don’t have to send/show erotic fanart/fics/vids about your ship to your ship. Seriously, that’s disgusting….
Yesterday Baekhyun wrote a really cute birthday message to Chanyeol on his ig using a picture of his lips. Sure you can write how you think it’s cute and that you love their friendly affection for each other. BUT DON’T WRITE SEXUAL COMMENTS ON THEIR SOCIAL MEDIAS INVOLVING YOUR SHIP!!!!
Also for the love of god, don’t make everything about your ship…. I have a pure dislike for kaisoo because of the oh so many delusional shippers…. Where one is, the other is always brought up. Yes I am talking about you too baekyeol shippers:)))
After extensively using my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 2014 edition for two years, I’m now looking for an upgrade. I need a drawing tablet I can take on the go, something that doesn’t need to be plugged into a pc to work, something that can run Photoshop. I’m leaning towards a Wacom Cintiq Companion, because it looks awesome, but dang that is a lot of money. I’m absolutely prepared to pay a lot for this thing, as long as I know I’ll get quality in return. If any of you has experience with the companion or another tablet in the same field, I’d love to hear your opinion!
As for the Galaxy: I definitely recommend it for everyone who doesn’t want to spend a thousand bucks. It served me well for a long while. I used the drawing app ArtFlow, which is pretty basic but allowed me to do sketches which I’d then transfer to my laptop for further lineart and polishing. All my dailies so far this year have been made solely with ArtFlow! For me, the reason to want to switch to something more professional now is its stylus (which is tiny and doesn’t hold too comfortably for longer periods of time and also isn’t too accurate) and the lack of Photoshop (I especially miss the lasso tool with ArtFlow!! It’s hard to get crisp edges or to nudge one part of the drawing). Overall, though, I thought it was great value.
P.S.: I’ve noticed that whenever a tablet is marketed towards professional artists, I still instinctively go “oh right that’s not me I should go with something simpler”. Which is crazy because I’ve used this thing every single day for years for commissions. I AM a professional artist. I apparently just don’t feel like one??