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“The Inquisitor, she’s… She’s got one troubled soul.”

Sometimes I forget there is actually a canon version of Ela too, but look, there she is! :D

ALSo I spent like six hours on painting and rendering this one, for the purpose of comparing it to my absolute first painting of Ela I ever did, which was in January this year

That feels like a really long time but it isn’t really that long, but I can confidently say I’ve improved loads (I almost didn’t want to link it because I cringe when i look at it. It was a painful journey to go back and get it. Like even the caption I cringe at help me)

Attention Society6 Sellers-- UPDATED!

UPDATE! The amazing detective @bluecamellia suggested that it might have something to do with the addition tumblr made a while back to settings involving ‘Affiliate Links’ so I went to my tumblr account settings and turned it (Affiliate Links) off, and tested it out and it looks like thats what was changing all the store links! 

It says that if you put your own affiliate links in, it was supposed to leave your links alone. I tested it yesterday and it did not appear to leave my affiliate link alone and still tacked on that random account info. 

SO if you are a Society6 Curator, or have a store on Society6 (or many of the other common marketplace sites it seems might be connected to this), and you are still having a problem with your affiliate link or store link being affected, go into your Tumblr Settings, and TURN OFF the Affiliate Links switch. Here’s a screenshot:

ALSO– Do note that if this is an issue for your links, you will need to turn this setting off for every tumblr blog you have where the links are a problem. For example: If I have a main blog, and an art blog, and I post my affiliate/store links on both, I need to turn this setting off if it’s still affecting my affiliate links negatively. 

WHEW!! I was super worried some crazy stuff was going on! Thank you to @bluecamellia for being an amazing person and figuring this out! You rock! 

Here’s the original post below:

Hi! Yesterday I noticed a major issue when I clicked on my own Society6.com store Link that I posted on my tumblr blog. 

I posted my natural link which is: society6.com/arondraws

When I made my post and clicked the link, tumblr’s formatting reformats the link to now re-direct to my store but tacks on someone ELSE’S referral. After it redirects, I click on the URL bar in my browser and the url now reads:

https://society6.com/arondraws?curator=mattviglink

What does this mean? This means that someone who owns the account MattVigLink (which DOES exist on Society6) gets the credit for my link referral. This means that this person’s account gets money. MONEY. Actual money for my hard work. My art. My link posting, and my promotional work. Every sale I make, THEY GET MONEY FOR IT. NOT COOL!!

I don’t know who did it, but I found that it effects other links posted on other seller’s tumblr blogs too. Try it out for yourself. Find a Society6.com store post on tumblr and click on the link and sure enough, you will most likely find that “curator=mattvlink” has been tacked on to the end of that URL. 

Here’s what I saw:

I made sure to use the correct URL for my Society 6 Shop. I save the post and it goes up on my tumblr blog.

I hover over the link while viewing my tumblr post, and it throws a long redirect link into the preview box. 


I click it and there it is! What the hell– my store is now giving sales credits to this person’s account!

I don’t know if it’s someone who works for tumblr, or some other shady person who is trying to make money off the Society6 Curator referral system but IT SUCKS. 

I have reported this to both tumblr and Society6 and provided screenshots. I thought it was a glitch and I went back and re-did my links several times and EVERY SINGLE TIME it gets re-coded by tumblr when you click the link, and it transfers you to the intended Society6.com store and automatically tacks on “curator=mattviglink” to your url. 

Fuck that shit. If you are a Society6 Seller who has this same issue, PLEASE Report it to both Tumblr and Society6. Let them know that your links are ending up giving credit to someone else’s account. It’s definitely not supposed to do that, and it’s abuse of the curator system at Society6. 

Thank you.

Update: Don’t get me wrong– I love you Tumblr and @staff and I hope this is something that can be fixed. Tumblr is my favorite social media platform and I really really hope this is something that can be fixed/turned off. I also hope it’s something that has not been going on for very long! I <3 Tumblr!

burning crown

As far as I’m concerned, Shepard adopts Kolyat after Thane dies.

This is canon and you cannot convince me otherwise

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Source: 【OVERLORD】  LOG.1 by 惡道GAZARI
Full resolution: http://imgur.com/a/IhVNg

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[V Jump] New rules

Introducing Link Summon and changes to the Dueling Field (as well as Pendulum Summons)


Example Card: Decode Talker

Decode Talker
DARK Cybers-Type Link Effect Monster
LINK 3
ATK 2300
Materials: 2 or more Effect Monster
(1) This card gains 500 ATK for each monster Linked to it.
(2) When an opponent’s card effect that targets a card you control is activated: You can Tribute 1 of your monsters Linked to this card; negate that activation, and if you do, destroy it.

Further Information

Look at those distinctive Link Markers! Use these Markers to develop brand new strategies!
It goes into your Extra Deck!

There are 2 ways of Link Summoning!!
>>Send Materials to the Grave Equal to the Link Number!
>You can Link Summon something from your Extra Deck by sending the same number of monsters that meet the material requirements written in the card’s effect box, whose total numbers equal to the LINK number, from the field to the Graveyard
>>Decrease Materials by Using Link Monsters
>Link Monsters are treated as the same number of materials as its LINK Number, however to use them you must match the requirements written on the card!

IN THE CASE OF “DECODE TALKER”
You can either
-Use 3 Effect Monsters
or
-Use 1 Link 2 Effect monster and 1 Effect Monster

Pay Attention to the Direction of the Link Markers!
>The Zones pointed to by each Link Marker and the cards in them will be affected by the Link Monster, and this will create new strategies!

They have no defense…!!!
Link monsters have no defense points and they have the special characteristics of being unable to change their battle positions or turning to defense position by effects.

The Newly Created Extra Monster Zone
>You can only use one of them!

List of Amazing New Things in Breath of the Wild:

- Link’s alternate hairstyle options
- Way more clothing and weapon options
- Snowboarding on any shield
- Snowboarding while SHOOTING ARROWS
- Can explore the game in any direction, and get previously ‘locked’ weapons from the start (bow, leaf, raft, etc)
- CLIMB EVERYTHING
- Fast travel confirmed!
- Biggest Zelda by leaps and bounds
- Adorable Link animations (stubbing his toe, shivering, successful cooking)
- Taming horses
- Cooking and clothes can add a whole ton of special effects to Link
- 100 optional shrines, some of which have really cool rune powers that Link can get then use in the overworld
- More combat animations
- More weapon choices (spear, torch, etc)
- Cold affects Link and hurts him
- World is totally dynamic with weather happening at random
- Link can be struck by lightning, especially when holding a sword up
- You can scan enemies for more info
- You can place customizable markers on your map, including beacons to help explore
- You can get frozen solid
- You can play the game almost naked
- You can go right for the final boss if you want
- There’s no default companion
- But you can play with wolf Link with the wolf Link amiibo!
- Posable amiibo confirmed
- You can ride the updraft of a fire to raise yourself up with the glider and take off
- There’s a whole host of different environment types (blizzard/snowy, magma/volcanic, desert, lush and dense forests, lakes)
- The random weather affects your movement and ranged attacks, and the attacks and AI of enemies
- You can jump at will!
- You can throw weapons!
- You can set fire to everything, and fire is dynamically affected by the weather!
- Link can have magneto powers, time freeze, and create ice/water blocks to name a few!
- Possibly no magic meter, possibly replaced by cooldown on rune abilities
- Eating food can also make Link warm, and it’s the way to recover hearts. It can also add extra temporary hearts, defense, etc
- Link’s toes turn red if he doesn’t wear shoes in the cold
- Cold water kills Link really quick
- You can chop down trees, climb trees, break them apart
- You can sneak into enemy camps, take their stuff, and sneak back out instead of fighting
- There’s a fully movable camera angle that is super smooth
- Animals and AI in the game wander and do things dynamically
- Weapons and shields break
- Your stamina bar can be increased
- You can hunt animals for food but you can also play the game fine without killing any animals
- There’s at least some degree of voice acting!
- You can upgrade your weapons
- You can increase your item inventory limit
- You can sell your items to make Rupees
- There’s almost no hand holding, and you can choose to try to find all the secrets in Hyrule and learn the story, or not
- There are no gameplay differences between Wii-U and NX versions
- There’s a mini map

DID I FORGET ANYTHING??

Turian Articulatory Phonetics

After writing that fanfic (here) I have been thinking about alien vocal systems. And the main problem with turian is that their mouths are weird. The lack of lips make it anything resembling a labial sound is impossible, but also there seems to he holes in their cheeks where their flappy mandible bits are, which would mean that all coronal stops are not possible, because airflow can not be stopped at the front of the mouth. 

So, that means that all of the airflow stopping and most of the restriction must happen further back in the mouth, which limits the amount of phonemes possible, if we assume that the throat area and tongue is anything like humans (Which frankly is a big assumption but whatever). So if we say they can only make phonemes that are velar and back then that leaves only 18 pulmonic consonants. And like, that is not that many. It is enough for an individual language but if we assume that turians have as much linguistic diversity as humans, then it is not that much. (I feel like they would probably also have some non-pulmonic consonants as well.)

Then I remembered an important point. Turians have two sets of vocal cords. And that is important because it greatly increases the phonemic inventory. So, humans have only a small amount of kinds of phonation but turians could have those (or others) but also mix and match them. Like, have one larynx breathy and the other creaky. And one voiced and the other voiceless forming a “semi-voiced” form. 

So my idea is that any particular turian language would have a very small amount of consonants (something like 2 stops, 3 fricatives and a nasal) but a lot different forms of phonation, which increases their phonemic inventory to a more reasonable amount. (This is assuming, of course, that their brains process language in any way similar to humans, which they probably wouldn’t but that is a whole other can of worms that I am not going to focus on.)

As for vowels, they would obviously not be able to make a round/unround distinction but I think there may be a distinction in spread or tight mandibles. 

So there is my unnecessary ramble about the articulatory systems of fictional aliens. This is not terribly well thought out so if any other fictional alien linguist out there have any modifications to my theory, feel free. 

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CODE OF THE DUELIST


introduces Link Summoning (with a link Gaia obv and a familiar face from 20 thousand years ago)

Cybers as a type of monster (because everyone likes being confused with cyber the Archetype and cyber the type)

Dark lightsworns that banish and mill (because why not get old school fans on board with all these changes by just dangling in front of them a partner to judgment Dragon)

Oh and it’s the first set of a new series to continue printing the previous series cards (because were never happy waiting 8 years for collectors packs to get cards we liked 8 years ago from a previous series)

Here are the spoilers:



Denei no Kishi Gaiasaber (Gaiasaber, the Video Knight)
EARTH Machine-Type Link Monster
ATK 2600
LINK-3
Links: Left, Right, Down
Materials: 2 or more Monsters


Missus Radiant
EARTH Beast-Type Link Effect Monster
ATK 1400
LINK-2
Links: Bottom Left, Bottom Right
Materials: 2 EARTH monsters
You can only use the (2) effect of this card’s name once per turn.
(1) All EARTH monsters on the field gain 500 ATK and DEF. All WIND monsters on the field lose 400 ATK and DEF.
(2) If this card is destroyed by battle or card effect: You can target 1 EARTH monster in your Graveyard; add it to your hand.

Note: We’re not being lazy, the OCG now lists effects as “This card’s name” for limitation text.

Rescue Ferret
Level 4 EARTH Beast-Type Effect Monster
ATK 300
DEF 100
You can only use this card name’s effect once per turn.
(1) You can shuffle this card you control to the Deck; Special Summon any number of monsters from your Deck, whose total Levels equal 6, to Linked Zones on your field, except “Rescue Ferret”, but their effects are negated, also they are destroyed during the End Phase.

Cybers Wizard
Level 4 LIGHT Cybers-Type Effect Monster
ATK 1800
DEF 800
(1) Once per turn: You can target 1 Attack Position monster your opponent controls; change it to Defense Position, also this card cannot attack monsters, except that monster. If a Cybers-Type monster you control attacks a Defense Position monster, inflict piercing battle damage to your opponent.

Zetsuen no Otoshiana / Breakoff Trap Hole
Normal Trap Card
(1) When a Link Monster is Link Summoned: Destroy all Unlinked Link Monsters on the field.

Twilightlord General Jain/Jain, Twilightsworn General
Level 4 DARK Warrior-Type Effect Monster
ATK 1800
DEF 1200
(1): Once per turn: You can banish 1 “Lightsworn” monster from your hand or Graveyard and target 1 face-up monster on the field; it loses ATK and DEF equal to the banished monster’s Level x 300 until the end of the turn.
(2): Once per turn, if another of your “Lightsworn” monster’s effect activates: Send the top 2 cards of your Deck to the Graveyard.


Punishment Dragoon/Punishment Dragon
Level 8 DARK Dragon-Type Special Summon Effect Monster
ATK 3000
DEF 2600
Cannot be Normal Summoned. Must be Special Summoned from your hand while you have 4 or more different banished “Lightsworn” monsters, and cannot be Special Summoned by other ways.
(1): Once per turn, during either player’s turn: You can pay 1000 LP; return all face-up banished cards and all cards in the Graveyard to their owner’s Decks, except “Lightsworn” monsters.
(2): Once per turn, if your “Lightsworn” monster’s effect is activated: Send the top 4 cards of your Deck to your Graveyard.


Castle Link
Field Spell Card
(1): Once per turn, during your Main Phase: You can target 1 Link Monster you control; move it to a Main Monster Zone on your side of the field that it is linked to.
(2): Once per turn, during your Main Phase: Switch the placements of 2 Link Monsters in your Main Monster Zones, or 2 Link Monsters in your opponent’s Main Monster Zones.

D/D Vice Typhon
Level 7 DARK Fiend-Type Effect Monster
ATK 2300
DEF 2800
You can only use each of this card name’s effects once per turn.
(1) When this card is Normal Summoned: You can Tribute 1 “D/D” monster; Special Summon 1 Level {?} “D/D” monster from your Deck.
(2) During the End Phase, if this card is in the Graveyard and was sent there during this turn: You can banish Fusion Materials, listed on a Level {?} or higher “D/D/D” Fusion Monster, from your Graveyard, including this card, and if you do Fusion Summon that Fusion Monster from your Extra Deck.

DDD Shippuu Daioh Executive Alexander / D/D/D Gust Emperor Executive Alexander
Level 10 WIND FIend-Type Synchro Effect Monster
ATK 3000
DEF 2500
Synchro Materials: 1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner monsters
You can only use this card name’s (2) effect once per turn.
(1) If there are 3 or more “D/D/D” monsters on the field, this card gains 3000 ATK.
(2) If a “D/D” monster other than this card is Normal or Special Summoned while this card is face-up: You can target 1 “D/D” monster in your Graveyard; Special Summon it.

DDD Dotou Daioh Executive Caesar / D/D/D Wave Emperor Executive Caesar
Rank 6 WATER Fiend-Type Xyz Effect Monster
ATK 2800
DEF 1800
Xyz Materials: 2 Level 6 Fiend-Type monsters
(1) When a monster effect or Spell/Trap Card that would Special Summon a monster(s) is activated: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card; negate that activation, and if you do, destroy it. Then, you can have 1 other “D/D” monster you control gain {X00} ATK until the end of this turn.
(2) If this card is sent from the field to the Graveyard: You can add 1 “Dark Contract” card from your Deck to your hand.

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Siamese Sign

“Stop making plans where I die!”

“Sorry, old habits die hard.”

Ryz studied her fist, zigzagged with lines, and contemplated the impression it would make if it were to collide with Zum’s face. That face was smirking now, hearing the thought as well as seeing the visuals loud and clear. Being part of a matched pair meant that each received all of their complement’s thoughts, like a live broadcast.
Matched pairs were rare enough, nowadays, after the laws had been passed against binding two individuals in such a manner. A pity, for the process had been a stroke of pure genius. It had been intricate and very, very fragile; a single mistake could have horrifying consequences.
The process involved first acquiring two teenagers of almost exactly the same body structure, and then tracing over their bodies the exact same pattern of lines, tattooed with an ink whose composition was a national secret. The substances contained in the ink had the specific effect of linking the two minds together seamlessly, so that the thoughts flowed both ways. The result would be a set that thought exactly the same way, and had twice the brainpower of a normal person. Doubtless, they would be a very powerful weapon in the right hands.
That was the theory. The reality had some facets to it that no one had imagined. Most of the test subjects died before the tattooing was complete. Only three whole pairs had actually survived. None of them embodied the original concept, but were all, without a doubt, extremely dangerous.
Each matched pair was unique. Each was known to possess one or more of the originally intended features, but not all. Also, every pair had something that made them a danger to mankind in general. Which was why they had been kept under tight scrutiny, separate from the other pairs. Until they had all, suddenly, inexplicably, escaped.
Zum looked up at the sky and grinned. “Almost dark. Just another night of walking, dear sister, and we shall be free to execute our devious plans.”
“Well, dear brother, do you think you can keep from killing me while I sleep this time? The last time you only just managed to control yourself.”
Zum frowned and then grinned. They hardly needed to speak at all. Most of the time, it was just to keep their voices in working condition that they would speak aloud.
A matched pair certainly did have it’s benefits. It meant nonstop travel, for one. The stronger of the pair could carry the other while the latter slept, providing rejuvenation for them both. And sharing brains was what had made their escape a mere cinch. They had not had to talk to make their plans, which had been as elaborately simple as two minds working together could design them to be. And the execution had been just as easy. With both their well-trained bodies moving as one, they were gone before the alarms could sound.
But there were the downsides. The primary annoying feature of their set was that they both hated the other’s guts, hated having to share, wanted to be in control. The only things preventing them from destroying each other were that one, they were too evenly matched on the whole for there to ever be a single winner, and two, if one of them were to die, the other would spiral out of control. It was one of those things that had been intrinsically coded into them with the patterns. They needed each other to survive. Subjects that had lost their partners through the pairing had turned into monstrosities that had to be put down.
But that was not the only thing that had been coded into their brains. There was something bigger, something other that had been an inadvertent by product of the ghastly process itself. Something so sinister, that it had made six people the greatest danger humanity had ever faced. It was what thrummed through their blood now, showing them the way to their destination where all would fall into place.
Ryz leaned her head on her brother’s shoulder, smiling a smile that held the promise of revenge, a smile that was echoed on the face so close to hers. She closed her eyes contentedly.

Woo, I have made my way through another Caffeine Challenge by the extraordinary @caffeinewitchcraft. This one was extremely fun to write, except for the fact that I am hunched over awkwardly to reach my phone and my neck hurts.

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Introducing the new cards from the Starter Deck 2017, the basic cards you’ll need to start in this new era in Yu-Gi-Oh! Out on March 25th.

Link Spider
EARTH | Cybers/Link/Effect | ATK/1000 LINK-1
LINKS: Down

1 Normal Monster
Once per turn: You can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower Normal Monster from your hand to one of this card’s Linked Zones.

Draconet
DARK | Level 3 | Cybers/Effect | ATK/Unknown DEF/Unknown
When this card is Normal Summoned: You can Special Summon 1 Level 2 or lower Normal Monster from your hand or Deck in Defense Position.

Link Slayer
EARTH | Level 5 | Cybers/Effect | ATK/Unknown DEF/Unknown
If you control no monsters, you can Special Summon this card (from your hand). Once per turn: You can discard up to 2 cards, then target that many Spell/Trap Cards on the field; destroy them.

Decode Talker
DARK | Cybers/Link/Effect | ATK/2300 LINK-3
LINKS: Up, Bottom Left, Bottom Right

2 or more Effect Monsters
This card gains 500 ATK for each monster Linked to it. When an opponent’s card effect that targets a card you control is activated: You can Tribute 1 of your monsters Linked to this card; negate the activation, and if you do, destroy it.

RAM Clouder
LIGHT | Level 4 | Cybers/Effect | ATK/1800 DEF/1000
You can Tribute 1 monster, then target 1 Cybers-Type monster in your Graveyard; Special Summon it.

Honeybot
LIGHT | Cybers/Link/Effect | ATK/1900 LINK-2
LINKS: Left, Right

2 Cybers-Type monsters
Monsters Linked to this card cannot be targeted by card effects or be destroyed by battle.

Bittron
EARTH | Level 2 | Cybers/Normal | ATK/200 DEF/2000

P.S: Normal monsters will now list they are normal monster after their type, at least in OCG.