I take too many selfies from too many different angles in too many different types of lighting because I have to make sure I get at least one that looks okay… but then I can’t decide what looks better or worse out of all the different pictures and angles and types of lighting
so I end of with these mammoth photosets of cringe worthily similar selfies
The bedroom’s all done! Well, the bedroom has -been- done, but I was taking pictures to show my mom and so am now just getting around to posting them. Plus I realized that I was going to have too many pictures of the whole apartment to fit in one photoset, so I’m doing it space by space.
I turn on the LED lights at night cause I’m nearly 23 and still scared of the dark and they’re a lovely deep blue! They’re the ones I had underneath the second bed in my dorm room last year.
… Do I have enough posters? I think I need more faces staring at me while I sleep…
I am very fond of the Wardens amorality (and how strongly they’re vindicated in it, too… until Adamant!) … because it’s fascinating and fun to play with. You are definitely not wrong, though. xD
So many people talk about how the best villains/”evil” people are the ones who think they’re heroes in their own mind. That can be very hard to picture - but you right there laid out some of that v well. It’s so easy to forget about that morality in video games, too, where all heroes are ruthless killers.
And you made a comment about Alim’s rigid-ass morality in your tags…XD
Yes, he didn’t get that by mistake. He was my solution to the Warden problem. A big reason for giving him that was in reaction to the Grey Wardens.
The thing about that amorality is that it’s very effective. If you’re right, and the Wardens generally are, then it’s worth the cost and is a powerful tool. The big danger comes when you’re wrong like Sophia Dryden or the Orlesian Wardens or that one in Legacy or the one in the Calling…
Okay. WTF? All the Warden-Commanders that go wrong are women.
Anyhow, back on track…The problem is when they’re wrong. Then the amorality is disastrous. And they will go wrong, it’s inevitable, because they’re reasoning goes something like: Wardens are a force for good therefore anything the Wardens choose to do is good. But missing an outside measure beyond that loop for what constitutes good, they make themselves incredibly vunerable to doing evil. *cough*stephenharper*cough*
Not that Wardens made up entirely of Alim Suranas would be ideal. There should probably be a mix of him and the Kylares.
tbh, the leg is perfect but too long, cut some part, if you need to follow right anatomy draw 2 lines from head to chin and repeat it until 14 or 16 lines, the common male usually has 14 or 16 lines, i show you how if you confused about this.