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_I am the master of my fate and the captain of my destiny_nelson mandela
_Edits made by me :)_

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Free simple gold, silver, and dark iron dividers for your flight rising clan profiles.

These are the exact length of the clan profile pages, but they are dividers so I mean use them wherever.

You are free to modify, recolor, butcher, and otherwise edit these pixels to your hearts content.  You are not required to link back.  All I ask is that if someone wants to know where you got it, redirect them here so they can get it, too.

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🌌I need more space🌌
🌌Edits made by me :)🌌
🌌Smartphone lockscreens🌌

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|very minimalistic video games collection|
|edits made by me :)|

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Hey, little goth’es! Halloween is almost there and you know what that mean? Yes, a gift

I initially had planned just some Book Shelves recolors and some funirture, but then i was inspired by Midnight Hollow, and i  thought: “Hey, why not made something more specific?”. So i decided to separate this gift in two parts and let you guys happy and ready for halloween! First i made some recolors of basegame objects, and then i made plants and trees recolors inspired by the flora of Midnight Hollow, a dark “goth” city of The Sims 3 who came with Supernatural. Yeah, now you can give more life to your supernatural stories on The Sims 4. Any bug or error, please let me know so i can fix them. Good game, and enjoy!

Originally posted by spikeys-studio

In this pack you’ll find recolors of: 

1 bed, 3 basegame decorative books, 2 book shelves, Get Together’s divider in dark colors, 1 basegame wardrobe and 1 secret door.


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If bringing down the wall would require you to fly, you must believe you can fly. Otherwise, when the decisive moment comes, you will surely discover you have no wings.
—  Patrick Carman, The Dark Hills Divide
The Great Divide
Breaking Benjamin
The Great Divide

The Great Divide - Breaking Benjamin

Carry me all through the night
I am the last light fading
Leave all the lost souls behind
Show me the silence breaking
And when you’re lost and out of time
I will be right here waiting
And when your dreams return to life
I’ll be forever fading
And we’ll fall behind

So I’ll wait for you
As I keep your faith alive
And I’ll pray for you
As we cross the great divide

Bury the wounds deep inside
Rupture the fault line breaking
Dream of the world left behind
Show us we’re worth forsaking
And when the cold begins to rise
darkness is overtaking
And when the fear is satisfied
I’ll be forever changing
As we all arise

So I’ll wait for you
As I keep your faith alive
And I’ll pray for you
As we cross the great divide
And I’ll break for you
As I open up the sky
And I’ll stay for you
As we cross the great divide

Follow the sun light down
Cry clear and loud
Heaven won’t help us now
But it’s better this way
Warm light wash me away

So I’ll wait for you
As I keep your faith alive
And I’ll pray for you
As we cross the great divide
And I’ll break for you
As I open up the sky
And I’ll stay for you
As we cross the great divide..~

Dark Before Dawn first impressions/review!

1. Dark

When I first looked at the track list on iTunes some months ago, I assumed that Dark and Dawn would be intro/outro bookends for the album, and I was right. What I didn’t expect was that it would be the audio from the Coming Soon video. I was so excited when I heard it. :D It’s an excellent piece of music, and I’m probably going to try to figure out the monologue that’s going on over the song. Basically, Dark is GET HYPE for Dark Before Dawn. 

Rating: 8/10.

2. Failure

I loved Failure when it was first released, and it’s still great even after a few months of constant listening. It’s a very classic Breaking Benjamin song, kind of a blend of Phobia and Dear Agony’s sound. Compared to some of the songs on Dark Before Dawn, it’s a little weak, though. But I don’t need to review it, because we all know how great it is. :P

Rating: 6.5/10

3. Angels Fall

Another song I probably don’t need to review. Lol. Angels Fall is an excellent song, melodic and strong, full of staple Breaking Benjamin themes. The lyrics make my heart happy. :)

Rating: 8/10

4. Breaking the Silence

I heard a teensy snippet here on Tumblr and I was like, YYEYEEEAAAHH! So when I heard the full album, I was totally pumped for this song. It feels like a return to form for Breaking Benjamin, calling back to We Are Not Alone in the song structure. I can’t figure out what Ben’s growls are saying other than maybe “Wake up”, but I still love it. The chorus is super catchy, the verses are really great… This whole review is going to be full of me not having the right words to express the goodness. haha. 

Rating: 8/10

5. Hollow

Something about the structure of this song reminds me of Dance with the Devil, and the music reminds me of the intro of The Diary of Jane. In any case, when I first listened to this, my chest began to swell with happiness. There are standard BB lyrics and themes, but the vocal melodies in the verses are so smooth and moving. Actually, the second verse made me think that maybe the song is based on Destiny, the Xbox One game. If so, that’s pretty cool. If not, it’s still a fantastic song. The solo is really superb in this song, which makes me happy. Dear Agony lacked a bit when it came to solos, preferring lyrics in the middle-eight. Dark Before Dawn seems much more varied that Dear Agony when it comes to musical themes, which pleases me to no end. It’s kind of a return to Phobia’s variety of song structures.

Rating: 8/10

6. Close to Heaven

Honestly, I wasn’t too blown away by the verse on my first listen. It’s great, but not super special after listening to Breaking the Silence and Hollow. But when the chorus began, holy butts, was I excited. Ben’s voice is so emotive, and the chorus soars with excellence. I had chills! So naturally, the next verse was super impressive to me, just because the song had won me over. I think the song is a great mix of typical BB and Ben’s return to form. The breakdown is chunky, the lyrics are lovely, and I am super pumped to hear live versions.

I love the way Ben enunciates in the chorus. I love this, but that’s not gonna stop me from making fun of it. Lol. “I’ll keep love togetherrrrrrrrr, and I’ll stay yours forevrrrrrrr!” hahaha.

Rating: 9/10

7. Bury Me Alive

Bury Me Alive reminds me a lot of the songs on Dear Agony, at least when the music is concerned. Ben’s vocals in the verses are really interesting to listen to, and the lyrics are cool too. The song as a whole, however, was a little underwhelming after the other songs. It’s still a strong track, but it’s not an immediate favourite. The middle-eight was pretty cool to listen to, though, and it’s a driving track, with some great headbanging potential. Just not one that I was straight up in love with.

Rating: 6/10

8. Never Again

I feel a little bit conflicted about Never Again. The intro and the first verse were heavy and gravelly, and then the chorus bursts in and suddenly the song feels super positive and triumphant. The dichotomy between the moods of this song makes me feel really pumped, and so this song is kind of super adorable. Some of the lyrics seem kinda cheesy, and I’m surprised that this is a love on first listen song for me, but it’s just super good. The lyrics make me think that this song is Ben’s letter to himself about how he’s striving through the torment of his illness. He’s not going to let it hold him back anymore. And I just love it. It’s a kind of messy song, but it’s so pleasing to me.

Rating: 7/10

10. The Great Divide

Another song that feels like staple Breaking Benjamin. I love the positive feel to the song, and the choruses are so perfect. It’s a really beautiful song, and the cues it takes from previous BB albums have been improved and polished into this gem. I love the lyrics. I love the verses. I love the chorus. I love the middle-eight. I especially love how the mood is so uplifting. This is a song I’ll definitely be singing out loud, and often too. This is an anthem, and it’s an excellent one at that.

Rating: 8/10

11. Ashes of Eden

THIS SONG IS THE BEST SURPRISE ON THE ALBUM! I had hoped for a more stripped song like this from the album, but I didn’t think we’d get it. I’m so, so happy that we did. Ben’s voice is beautiful, the lyrics are beautiful, everything is beautiful and nothing hurts. I’m not even sure how much I can say about this song, other than that I’m positive that everyone will love it. It’s a peaceful, gorgeous song, and a moment of clarity that I felt was missing from Dear Agony. I can’t even express how perfect it is. Best song on the album.

Rating: 10/10

12. Defeated

I’ve probably discussed how much I love Defeated before, but it is a fantastic track. It’s powerful and punchy, and the lyrics are great, and the vocals are great, and I love the way it makes me feel. It’s awesome, and strong, and relentless. A great way to go out.

Rating: 8/10

13. Dawn

Such a beautiful, peaceful piece of music to lead us out, Dawn is a lovely outro. There’s a drum-ish effect that I think is supposed to represent a heartbeat, and it’s really calming. The vocal harmonies that present themselves are beautiful, and I feel like this is the loveliest album closer that I could have imagined for the album. It harkens back to Ashes of Eden real hard, and it’s perfect.

Rating: 8/10

Overall opinion

FUCK YES THIS IS FANTASTIC. There’s so much work and love in this album, and you can really hear it. It moves so smoothly from the ‘dark’ into the ‘dawn’, and I think everyone will be super happy with this album. I certainly am. :)

Newroz:

Newroz is the symbol of struggle and resistance
for a nation deprived of freedom and peace.
Newroz is the desire to create a New Day
in a country by force divided, in darkness for years.
Newroz is a page of world history
forged and locked behind iron gates;
a book written by sacred blood
with pages scattered over every corner of a land
where pure white snow begins to melt in March
and the yellow bright sun of Zaroastra in spring
turns the land of the Medes into a green carpet.
Newroz is the fury of those massacred in Ararat,
the cries of those in Dêrsim burned in closed caves,
the sighs of mourning mothers and wives
whose husbands and sons were hanged in Mahabad,
the agony of the five thousand gassed in Halabcha,
the pain of two million refugees fleeing chemicals.
Newroz is the aspiration of young men and women
who every day die so others may live free.
Newroz is the return of the sun,
the defeat of the darkness,
the hope for a better tomorrow in Kurdistan.

marsqueerianh  asked:

What are ur favorite books?

Can I include comics? ….I’mma include comics.

  1. Every Heart a Doorway - Seanan Mc Guire
  2. Uprooted - Naomi Novik
  3. Goldie Vance - Hope Larson
  4. Six of Crows - Leigh Bardugo
  5. Year of Yes - Shonda Rhimes
  6. The Private Eye - Brian Vaughan
  7. Batman: The Long Halloween - Jeph Loeb (and Batman: Dark Victory)
  8. The Divide - Elizabeth Kay
  9. The Demonata Series - Darren Shan (The whole fucking series)
  10. I Am the Messenger - Markus Zusak


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(NASA)  Edge-on NGC 3628
Image Credit & Copyright: Alessandro Falesiedi

Sharp telescopic views of magnificent edge-on spiral galaxy NGC 3628 show a puffy galactic disk divided by dark dust lanes. Of course, this deep galactic portrait puts some astronomers in mind of its popular moniker, The Hamburger Galaxy. The tantalizing island universe is about 100,000 light-years across and 35 million light-years away in the northern springtime constellation Leo. NGC 3628 shares its neighborhood in the local Universe with two other large spirals M65 and M66 in a grouping otherwise known as the Leo Triplet. Gravitational interactions with its cosmic neighbors are likely responsible for the extended flare and warp of this spiral’s disk.

Six have signed up with the Collective, One wields the arcane in war, Two have mastery over shadow, another knows the fine art of poison, the next holds sway over the wild, and the last represents a warrior culture long remembered...

Originally posted by warcraftmovie

A magic user who has devoted their craft to better understanding and utilizing their arcane mastery in the art of war is a War Mage. Deadly as both a combatant and as long term asset in battle, the War Mage’s presence can change the tide of any conflict, be it as powerful force, as subtle and practical strategist.

Originally posted by glow-lovely

The Shadow Dancer knows how to walk the divide between darkness and light, moving with a grace few can match. At once an entertainer and a rapidly moving silhouette dancing silently across the steps of shadow, this new artist promises to make things interesting.

Originally posted by hecatecrataeis

But while this new dancer can walk in shadow, this caster can command them. Making the absence of light itself pliant to their whims, this dark conjurer is a dangerous foe to face.

Originally posted by meat-vendor

Many beasts and wild things prowl across nature, and to command them all is the path of the Beast Master. More than any mere animal tamer, this one not only masters the many beasts in the wild, but empowers them to their greatest potential.

Originally posted by gothdolly

This one is not content to be skilled in the art of blades or subterfuge. They are terrifying in their efficiency to see their their targets. So, with a single cut, or a tiny drop in the right drink, or switching a seemingly harmless substitute for sugar in a meal, they can stand watch as their enemy with terrible certainty. Be wary of facing the poisoner.

Originally posted by fuckyeaham0namarth

Coming from the sea with the howl of battle ready raiders and the storm itself accompanying them, few are as iconic as the viking. Long ago this culture left a mark on the west that persists to this day, not only as warriors, but storytellers, inventors, craftsmen, and more. And one has come among the collective, another sword arm with a great history behind it.

Please welcome @wearewarmage @we-are-shadowdancer @we-are-shadowcaster, @we-are-beastmaster @we-are-poisoner , and @we-are-viking