She can still feel the chill of the coldness, bitterness of the people who’d held her. Azgeda. Just HEARING the name, thinking it, makes a tremor run deeply through her and she has to pause a moment. Though that may be due to her wounds screaming, aching muscles, all three reasons combined together. Costia has been wondering for who knows how long, and missing even longer. A stab of fear comes to her ( what if the clan has left, what if they’ve moved on ) as she continues to tread on. She knows she’s close to home now, the air is warmer, it’s more familiar. Now she just has to hope whoever it is she’s heard walking , the footsteps are quiet but she’s so used to silence now it’s easy to pick up on it, towards her is FRIENDLY. 

I went down a meta rabbit hole today

I wrote a post earlier today implying that Levi would prioritize his promise to Erwin over his role as Captain to the 104th. I was basing my belief partially on SnK Chapter 80, where it seemed Levi prioritized Erwin’s life over all others.

After I published my post, I began chatting with my friend @julystorms. She’s someone whose opinion I respect, so when she disagrees with me, I want to know why.  I mentioned the panel in chapter 80, confident it would support my viewpoint. She remembered it very differently so I went back to double check the Crunchyroll translation.

This is one of those long posts about a minor translation difference, one that I found interesting and important, but one that will bore most people to tears.

“Use them as a decoy, climb onto Eren and make your escape.”

Keep reading

I’d be a really great decoy on To Catch A Predator cause i’d be a fuckin pro at acting ambivalent towards men and shouting “DID YOU BRING THE POT” from another room


star wars rule 63: prequel trilogy

This has been lying around my harddrive for way too long, but I finally got around to colouring it! (just experimenting with a bunch of different things and inspired by SW concept art books :))

…. sometimes I suspect the reason for all these AUs is partly an excuse to draw the Mustafar duel a million times in marginally different ways.


Male tungara frogs sport an impressive “vocal sacs” which help amplify their mating calls.

In a recent experiment, when female tungara frogs had a choice between two males, they chose the one with the best call. BUT, when a third frog with a clearly inferior call was introduced to the mix, the females chose the frog with the second best call. This strange phenomenon is known as the “decoy effect” (its been seen in everything from humans to slime mold) and no one really knows how or why it works.

Full story!

Image credit: Amanda M. Lea/Science

Resources for Spell and Curse Breaking

Updated: July 18th, 2016




[View Post on Blog] | [Spell and Resources Lists // rebloggable]