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前にアップしたテラリア絵をスキって言ってくださる人が思いのほか多くて、嬉しくて嬉しくて調子乗って早くも全員描いた。PC版もってないから収税吏や骸骨商人には会えないし、そもそもハードモードにもいけてないから4列目の人たちにも会ったことないとかとんだニワカだけど動画サイトでバッチリ予習してるからまったく問題ない。間違いなくみんな好き。でも描いてて気づいた。おじいちゃん多くね!?ドット絵でみるとおじいさんがたみんな同じ顔なんだけど!でも自分なりに描き分けるのが楽しかったよ!
サンタは新年迎えると死ぬと聞いたのでちょっと陥れてみた。早く実際に会いたい。

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Sorry, I don’t speak English. But, I try to write in English only a little.
Even if the sentence is wrong, please forgive me.

I love the NPCs of Teraria.
I’ve updated the illustrations of NPCs previously.
It told me that like a lot of people.
Since I was very happy, this time I tried to draw all of the NPCs.
I hope you like it.
But..sorry, I wholly forbid the reproduction and manufacturing of my work without permission.

I’m going to draw a still NPCs.
Look forward to it!

by Taki

(海外の方に想いを伝えたくて必死に翻訳サイト使って英語書いてみたけど、すっごいアホな文章になってるんだろうなぁ…それがわかることはないけど既に恥ずかしい…)

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#100Days100Women Day 94: Omu Okwei
Born Felicia Ifeoma Ekejiuba, Omu Okwei was the most powerful and well-respected merchant in Nigeria during English colonization. She was voted Omu “Queen” in a dual sex (but not related) system where she took care of the needs of women and her co-ruler took care of men’s issues. She made an incredible amount of money through her wise business dealings and was one of the first people in the country to own an automobile. After she died the British did away with the old system.