monsters of podcasting

Chupacabra (at the least the Puerto Rican version) is described as reptilian in appearance, with scaly or leathery skin, black or glowing red eyes, mostly bipedal, with a row of quills on its back
Related sightings mention feathers or wings
It’s not a naked coyote we have on our hands
Open ur eyes people


“No, I mean, I’m not a model; I’m a wizard and a chef. I don’t know what I’m being asked to do here!

tadaaa!! everyone’s favorite sassy idiot wizard 彡゚◉ω◉ )つー☆*
there were like a million of ways i could have drawn him but boiiiiii am i bad at character design lol

This Is What The Refrance: a new podcast!

Hi everyone!

This Is What The Refrance is a new podcast released every other Thursday, where your hosts (Alix, Blueberry, and Martine) (and guests??) take on the daunting task of consuming every piece of media referenced in the online multimedia epic known as Homestuck.

If you haven’t read Homestuck yourself, never fear! Episode 0: Introduction introduces not only your hosts and the idea of the podcast, but a quick overview of Homestuck (story, characters, and concept).

In this episode: introductions to ourselves, the show, and Homestuck; Blueberry fearlessly leads us through the whole freaking cast; twenty minutes of Martine’s audio get eaten by the podcast monster; Alix calls Gamzee “a meanie,” which is definitely the worst thing he’s ever been called.

This week’s episode, Episode 1, starts us off strong with a reference from page 1 of Homestuck: Ghostbusters (1984).

In this episode: we review Ghostbusters for its connection to Homestuck; Blueberry wonders whether it would be Just to kill Venkman with her own hands; Martine threatens to quit the podcast, and hates Venkman; Alix has a cold and subsequently has to edit out herself sniffling approximately a thousand times, and also wishes Venkman would burn in hell.
CONTENT WARNING: Date rape/drugging is briefly discussed in a non-explicit manner.

Next week we’ll be exploring the Cthulhu Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft, if you’d like to read along with us. Follow us on Twitter @WhatTheRefrance for new episodes and updates on what we’ll be covering in future weeks.

Thanks for listening and for sharing - this is a new exciting thing for all of us and we’re really happy to share it with you!

A Lands player describes "the purest joy in life"
  • <p> <b>Blake:</b> If you have exploration, glacial chasm plus thespian's stage you can do that [loop glacial chasm] every turn and reassemble the same board to basically go to square 1 every turn...I played a game at a side event against a 10-year old kid playing...I enjoy tormenting small children when I'm playing magic but that's a different he was playing burn so what I did was I got the glacial chasm lock against him and I started looping it and he was groaning and moaning as you'd expect but y'know I don't know whether or not he knows that he can win in response to me dropping my glacial chasm so I was very careful about it; because if I try to sacrifice the chasm to attack with a Marit Lage, then I may just lose to fireblast or lightning bolt or what have against burn instead of trying to make a 20/20, sac the glacial chasm and attack, which gives them time to kill me with instant speed burn spells so what I did instead is what I did to this 10 year old child, which is while establishing the lock I had an extra land drop every turn that I wasn't using. Because again if you have Remeber if you have exploration, thespian's stage, thespian's stage you have one stage copy the other which is already targeting a glacial chasm you don't need to sacrifice a land every turn if you loop them repeatably. So once you're looping those two repeatably and you've done away with the drawback of sacrificing a land, the exploration allows you to play an extra land and advance your board every turn so everytime I would dredge, I'd get back a thespian's stage and also a ghost quarter and then I ghost quartered every single mountain out of the burn opponents deck<p/><b>Jerry:</b> Oh, you're a monster!<p/><b>Blake:</b> The sort of moments of realization were really kind of crucial. At first he was just like, "This is really weird, why are you ghost quatering my fetch lands?" "Why are you ghost quartering my mountains?" He was just, "This really weird" and then he started to see more and more. "Wait a minute are you trying to get rid of all my mountains?!" and then once he found his last one he said, "Oh God, oh god that was my last one" I was like, "Yep, I thought so"<p/><b>Jerry:</b> You shouldn't have done that! He was just a boy<p/><b>Blake:</b> So, really the purest joy in life is putting people on zero mana. It's why I play the deck.<p/></p>

perhaps the best thing tumblr has collectively done in the last few months is accept the mcelroy brothers and their doings into their hearts

Juno: Alessandra, I know what it’s like to be on the outside. You? You are an intelligent, beautiful woman, trying to make it in a world shaped like a deck of cards, but a deck of cards that’s stacked against you, like some kind of poorly weighted concrete. 

Rita: Was that two similes? 

Alessandra: I don’t know what that was.

Hey Everyone so March 29th I’m going to be live streaming for a whole day talking about Gremlins 2. Come and join the fun were also gonna have people calling in to discuss and mess around its gonna be a lot of fun! And really long. The link to the event is right there make sure to stop by and join in!

If you’ve ever read Harry Potter or watched a Disney film, chances are you have encountered the influence of Ancient Greek monsters. These frightening mythical beings provide fascinating insight into human nature and our ancient past. Join the Babes as they discuss a whole myriad of these composite creatures including: Centaurs, the Chimera, the Sphinx, Medusa and more.

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anonymous asked:

Hi! May I recommend the podcast "The Monster Hunters"? It's a comedy adventure podcast about two monster hunters (obviously) in London in the 70s! The main characters are "Roy Steel, ex - big game hunter, and Lorrimer Chesterfield, a brain in the shape of a man".

Hey, anon! Sorry if this took forever to answer. This recc sounds great though, and according to my research (read: google search) it looks really well-established. I shall put this on the to-listen list. Thank you!