he will forever be one of my favorite characters ever!!

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Fallout 2 - warm up portraits.

Oh man, i really enjoyed this set. Not only one of my favorite games ever and forever, but also so many various face types in there, it was a real pleasure.

Added captions for those, since not all characters had their in-game portraits.

Cheers <3

PS.: I still remember all the feels i had during the talk with President Richardson. The moment when he talks about Vaults and FEV might be the exact moment i fell in love with video games. Thank You, Interplay <3

anonymous asked:

Matthew Crawley, David Haller, David Collins, Nick Guest, Lancelot, and the Beast

send 6 characters/people and i’ll tell you who i would:

Awwww…..  

  • do the sexy love™ with Matthew Crawley…always and forever my one true love

Originally posted by haslemere


  • sacrifice myself for: Nick Guest. He’s too innocent for this bad old world. He needs protection

Originally posted by haslemere


  • kick (some sense into…): Lancelot. I mean really…haha

Originally posted by maleklovers


  • take to prom: the Beast. He can dance

Originally posted by partofyourtaleasoldastime


  • abandon in jurassic park: David Collins… that’s an adventure I’d watch

Originally posted by midnightvea


  • push off a bridge David Haller…he’s an omega level mutant. Pretty sure he’d be ok…lol

Originally posted by andsowewalkalone


Also completely gratuitous use of my favorite DS gif…. possibly ever. 😊💕💕

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FAVORITE TOLKIEN CHARACTERS {7/?} >> BELEG CÚTHALION

∟ He dwelt ever upon the marches of Doriath, and he was the greatest woodsman of those days…One only was mightier in arms among the march-wardens of Thingol at that time than Túrin, and that was Beleg Cúthalion; and Beleg and Túrin were companions in every peril, and walked far and wide in the world together.

Irrespective of what anyone says or thinks, Moffat gave me (and many other fans) River Song. A character who went on to become not only my favorite Doctor Who character but also one of my all time favorite characters ever in television and I can’t thank Moffat enough for that.