the winterborn

winterborne  asked:

I just saw your kuroshitsuji post and it made me think of all the fandoms I've see you go through since I first started following you... started with Hetalia, then Tom Hiddleston, Bucky Barnes, Kuroshitsuji, Tokyo Ghoul, Haikyuu, YOI, and god, I'm sure there are others but it just made me realise how endearing it is to follow someone for so long and see all these different interests coming out. So nice :3 ILY

Originally posted by nakamorijuan

The finest quality content. I still can’t believe I had a TG phase, the manga is sooo bad right now. Feel free to smack me with a slipper when you see me slip in the animu tiddy phase. Thanks for following me so long!!!!! You stuck around more than my irl friends hahahahahahaaa. Love you too!!!!!

Would you read this book?

I’m working on the summary for my book, Winterborn. You know, the text on the book jacket to capture your interest and give you an idea of the plot. Sooooooo, here’s what I came up with.

My question is “would you read my book?” And feel free to point out any errors or offer suggestions!



In the frozen roof of the world, nothing matters more than survival of the fittest. Aspiring warriors seek to prove their worth in a coming-of-age trial that threatens to claim their very lives.

During her first trial, Sigrid, barbarian princess, finds herself saddled with a hapless noble boy from the soft summer lands. Together, the two journey across the tundra, hunting mammoths and solving ancient riddles while they overcome their differences in their discovery of what it means to be winterborn.

But there are dangers in wilderness other than wolves or sabertooth cats. Rebels plot a coup against the ruling of Sigrid’s father. And lurking in the shadows of a fallen kingdom, an ancient ghost watches her every step…

Winterborn 2052(DX AU fic)

A responsed to this drabble by @ameasureofpower that @erithan42 prompted`. THIS IS ALL ERI’S FAULT; I BLAME HER, ONION~.;D

SO YEAH, you will know what December is about…

…or perhaps ask the some question Selene and Gage do at the end: Who is Winterborn?

Category: fanfiction, novel, horror, action, adventure, mystery, crossover

Series: Deus Ex(ESCHA:tology AU)/From Rebirth

Genre: Sci-Fi/fantasy(cyberpunk/fantasypunk/urban fantasy)

Word count: 23,180

Warnings: Violence,gore/body horror/horror imagery/eventual death, mild language, abuse mention(psychological/physical/emotional),  mental health issues,societal/political issues,child soldiers, etc.

Characters: Dracula Cypher,Walter Simons,Gero Hellsend,December Cypher, Ares Kjell, Fenrir Kjell, Selene Kjell, Paul Denton, Deckard Jensen, Poe Jensen,Justis Kjell, Orion Holmgard, Gage Cypher, 

Pairing: None… unless you want to pair Drac with all the clones – shot

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non-canon ferelden map

okay kids here’s the deal. the official maps we’re given are tragically lacking in detail & ridiculously underpopulated. so to continue my legacy as Map Nerd Extraordinaire, here’s my non-canon & much busier map of ferelden. feel free to take as much or little of this as you like, just gimme a credit if you do!

details & closeups under the cut

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anonymous asked:

Are there any songs or music styles you associate with your tour in Iraq? Like Vietnam had it's 60's rock songs that are Nam classics now and Yugoslavia had its weird electro and folk songs but there's no typical Iraq war songs as far as I know

I played Winterborn by Crüxshadows and a lot of Manowar. The most common music we listened to was 5FDP and surprisingly Pennywise. My squad got in trouble for playing Fuck Authority a LOT.

It varied unit by unit, but I have to say Metal and Punk (with a dash of Vietnam classics) ruled our air waves.


Cullen Rutherford and the Inquisitor’s journey as set to the music Winterborn by Cruxshadows. I’ve wanted to make a music video for this song since Origins but it fits Dragon Age Inquisition even better, I think.

Some cameos by Solas, Varric and Cassandra. Cole probably shows up here and there but he didn’t really get featured. (Not that I dislike him but the song is only about 5 minutes and there’s a lot of fantastic footage in DAI.)

Mark Gatiss on being disease-free and IMMORTAL

@idioticonion and I did this interview in 2005 (after ‘The Vesuvius Club’ was published but before 'The Devil in Amber’). I don’t think it exists on the interweb anymore…

What made you decide to turn “The Vesuvius Club” into a graphic novel. And just how “graphic” will it be…?
God made me do it. Actually, I knew how much Ian Bass loved  comic books and I just suggested to Simon and Schuster that there might  be some interest in a graphic novel. They did some costings and said  ‘off you go!’ Ian then had to compress a huge amount of work into a very  short space of time, I really only had to approve the ‘script’. It’s a  teensy bit graphic – one page in particular is raising eyebrows – but we  don’t want it shrunk-wrapped at W.H.Smiths where no-one can have a  browse. There might be an ‘adults-only’ sticker on it but I
really don’t  know what all the fuss is about. You can have sex on live TV now.

Early references to “The Vesuvius Club” suggested  that it would be set in the late Victorian period - and the tone of the book rather indicates that the time period was changed at a very late stage. Why was this?

That’s true. I’d envisaged a high-Victorian setting, 1895 for  choice, the
perfect Conan Doyle year but I realised that I’m far more in  love with the Edwardian era and became quietly possessed by the whole  Art Nouveau feel of the thing. Having said that, it’s obviously a  pastiche of lots of different styles, incorporating Holmes and Fu Manchu  etc. I deliberately kept the date vague so I can play about with how  old Box is.

Have you made any more progress on “Devil In Amber”? Is it still set in the 1930s? And will Charlie Jackpot appear in it??
It’s ‘THE Devil in Amber’! This is like ‘League’ of Gentlemen all over again! I see the book is even on Amazon with the definite article missing! Rant over.

I’ve done a very detailed outline of the  next book and have written the first two chapters. It has a vague  late-‘Twenties setting and will be a wintry story in contrast to the  sultry tone of the first one. As to who’s in it, well…All I’ll say is  that Box has a rival agent called Hugo Furst snapping at his heels…

You’ve written and recorded a large number of audio dramas. Do you have anything more coming up in this area?
No ‘Doctor Who’s planned. Too busy with the real thing! Have  just finished recording the second series of ‘Nebulous’ for Radio 4, though. I’ve been asked to play Gold in ‘Sapphire and Steel’ again.

Writing for Doctor Who was seemingly a  lifelong ambition for you. Now that that’s been realised, what’s your  next burning ambition? (apart from actually playing the Doctor of  course!) And is it strange writing for David Tennant, since he’s a good  friend of yours?
I’d love to play Jacob Marley in ‘A Christmas Carol’. That’s a  childhood
ambition. It’s actually really helpful knowing David because I  can hear his voice (albeit Scottish) in my head when I’m writing. The  whole thing is a challenge, though, because the re-invention has been so  successful but now we’re kind of re-inventing it again!

Bisexual characters seem rather in vogue at the  moment - after Lucifer we know have the dashing Captain Jack Harkness.  Do you think this is feeding on the prevalence of slash fiction in  certain genres? You’ve admitted to reading slash - any you’d recommend??
Is Slash fiction a story that’s someone’s weed on? All I know about this
dubious practice is that someone handed me some sheets of  foolscap on the last TLOG tour and I was fairly astonished to read of  Chinnery’s amorous encounters with Ross. We had a good laugh on the bus.

PROBE is very popular among League of Gentlemen  fans - for various reasons. But why on earth was THAT shot of Reece  getting out of bed in “Devil Of Winterborne” kept in (minute 21, for those who haven’t seen)?? And have you ever  tried the PROBE drinking game?
‘For various reasons’. What can that mean? I haven’t seen them  in years and I’m sure they’re pretty ropey but we were all finding our  way. Tread softly, for you tread on my dreams…
I don’t know which shot of Reece you mean but if he was getting  out of bed, can you see his tackle? I have mostly very fond memories of  those days, of working with Jon Pertwee and a fairly idyllic summer at  that school location at the height of Brit-Pop. Ah, youth…
As for the ‘drinking game’, I don’t know what that is. I only drink when alone. Or in company. Or if the day has a ‘Y’ in it.

Why are you so obsessively suspicious of morticians? The great Bernard Spilsbury is turning in his grave…
As Box says in ‘The Vesuvius Club’, like choir-masters, you  have to suspect them a little, no? ‘Now what shall I be?’ says the Young  Person. ‘An architect? A doctor? A dancer? No! I’ll voluntarily fiddle  with corpses!’ Besides, I knew one once and he told me such stories…

What’s happened to all the trappings of a Victorian  gentleman you used to affect? The lab.. the velvet suit… has your  fascination faded?
I love to dress up. Always will. However, I long ago realised  that you can feel stylish and comfortable without having to pretend it’s  the Golden summer of 1913 all the time. I spent far too much of my youth wanting to be older and dressing accordingly. What a twat I must  have appeared! As for the laboratory, it was a similar case. I’d always  dreamed of having such a room then, once I’d done it, it was like a  folly. I’d show visitors round it but it was never used. I’ve now split  up the contents around our new house because it’s nicer to live with these pretty things all around you.

Would you rather suffer from consumption or the pox?
I remember being terribly excited when Jeremy Dyson caught TB  in the early ‘Nineties. I insisted on referring to it as Consumption.  Personally. I’d rather have neither and remain disease-free and  IMMORTAL.

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Talia Winterborn wore a wedding gown, but she felt like she was going to her funeral.  Today, she was being sent as a sacrificial bride for Vayn the Dragon God - in hopes he would end the merciless heatwave devastating her country.

Vayn is cold, arrogant, and frighteningly beautiful.  It’s a mystery to all why he has chosen to lock himself away in his castle for the past decade, but Talia is determined to uncover his secrets.

However, that means playing at the politics of the Gods.  Casual treason and shameless backstabbing are common amongst the pantheon at the City of the Gods, and among the most ruthless is Kayn, Vayn’s twin brother.  Talia must choose her alliances carefully in this new world.

As threats loom around them, can Talia be any help to the Dragon God she was sent to marry?  Can a human make any difference in a world of Gods?  

Here’s a link if you want to check it out!


Some gifs from the ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ documentary on the end of Mark’s Doctor Who spin-offs. I have no ability to transfer the video to DVD, so these have been rather mangled through the medium of mobile phone technology…

(in the second one he’s claiming there’s a ‘sort of Carry On ethic’ to the series. Which anyone who’s seen them may well attest to!)