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In 1959, the U.S. Government set up a memo of 3 regulations that Yeti hunters must follow. The rules they set up are as follows:

1. Royalty of Rs. 5000/- Indian Currency will have to be paid to His Majesty’s Government of Nepal for a permit to carry out an expedition in search of ‘Yeti’.

2. In case ‘Yeti’ is traced it can be photographed or caught alive but it must not be killed or shot at except in an emergency arising out of self defence [sic]. All photographs taken of the animal, the creature itself if captured alive or dead, must be surrendered to the Government of Nepal at the earliest time.

3. News and reports throwing light on the actual existence of the creature must be submitted to the Government of Nepal as soon as they are available and must not in any way be given out to the Press or Reporters for publicity without the permission of the Government of Nepal.

Another ficlet (under the cut!) of one of @obianidalasuggestion‘s prompts because they’re honestly too cute! In which Anakin has no shit together to speak of, Padme has a terrifying amount of shit together and Obi-Wan is constantly dying from this combination (stop giving him heart attacks guys be nice). And in which the author owes Ahsoka an apology and space bleach. 


As much as they love each other traveling as a group is always kind of a nightmare.

Padme has three different carriers for her wardrobe, a bag for diplomatic gifts just in case a civil war at breaks out on their beach resort planet, and another one for her concealed blaster collection.

Obi-wan is the kind of person who bought special luggage compartments to keep all his things organized in a compact carry case and doesn’t understand WHY his spouses won’t use the ones he bought for them.

Anakin throws his pajamas and maybe a granola bar in a plastic bag and calls it a day.

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Character Spotlight: Orcs

Hello everyone! It’s World Book Day today, so I figured I’d do another Character Spotlight. For this post, I’ll be focusing on some of the most important green-skinned humanoids in the history of Enis. Do you remember last Character Spotlight where I said most wouldn’t be that long? I was right, this one’s quite longer. Most of these don’t exist at the same time and place as each other, and some are hundreds of years apart. Nevertheless, these orcs are important to the world they live in, for one reason or another. I hope I get these in chronological order.

Without further ado, the Orcs of Enis and the surrounding lands.

WARNING: Long, contains slavery, oppression and bad art at times.

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Ever since the start of recorded history, gigantic Humanoid Skeletons have roamed the Earth, with no apparent goal. You are a researcher studying them, and one day, they suddenly all start to move towards a single area, as if they were commanded to.

45 YEARS AGO TODAY: The Omega Man opened in theaters on August 1, 1971. It was the first time movie audiences got to see Charlton Heston mow down hordes of nocturnal mutants with a Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) equipped with an active infrared starlight scope and lamp.

(Submitted by Humanoid History)