touching voids

Dnd 5e spells for the aspects

Locate objects
Dimension door

Expeditious retreat

True strike
Dancing lights
Dark vision
Scorching ray

Chill touch
Fog cloud

Fire bolt
Disguise self
Detect magic
Speak with dead
Spirit guardians

Minor illusion
Modify memory

Produce flame
Sacred flame
Unseen servant

Shocking grasp
Hideous laughter

Thorn whip
Speak with animals

Eldritch blast
Spare the dying
Detect poison and disease
Bestow curse
Animate dead

Feather fall
Gust of wind
Gaseous form

Charm person
Animal friendship
Comprehend languages
Dominate beast

This is not extensive or final by any means


Dishonored 2:Dark Echoes Lore Series Art by Joshua Meehan

Some of the work for the new video that was just released on the Outsider.

Link to the video can be found here:

This is the last video for the Dishonored 2 lore series and I wanted to make sure the art was as good as I could make it. Very proud to have worked on this series and I hope you enjoy it :)

A Few Ideas

Heir of Life - Assimilative touch
Maid of Void - Spontaneous creation of nonentities
Prince of Time - Temporal Deletion
Rogue of Space - Spacial Position Reallocation

Seer of Breath - Motion Detection, Internal Map
Thief of Heart - Identity Thievery
Witch of Hope - Belief Manifestation
Page of Doom - Codex Manipulation, Ability to Dictate Universal code after Realization


Again and again the voice would come, touching him in the void, bringing fleeting memories of gleaming castle spires and clashing swords and love and laughter and pain. 

But then the darkness would return, and pull him back under, and sweep everything away. 

It was like that for a long time.

Until quite suddenly, it wasn’t.  

Arthur… Please…

This time, the voice brought with it a flood of memory that did not fade.  

Merlin,” he thought, and turned from the darkness.

This time, it let him go.

(continue reading…)


mmm au hell is hella good

Lance: We did it. We really are a good team.


and just like that, crystal uploads

Human!Outsider for the Month of Void. Sort of based on my AU where he is turned human by the Abbey and has to slowly regain his connection to the Void while trying to survive as a complete noob at being human.

"The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself" Oh and Also My Own Brain

Fear is normal. Being afraid of and avoiding scary shit is the reason the human race has survived up until now. If every cavemen had ran up to a saber tooth tiger and tried to fight it with a stick, homosapiens wouldn’t have lasted too long. Fear is the reason the early humans stayed away from the scary creatures and it is the reason they survived. Fast forward to today, and we still have things to fear though they are not quite as primitive. Mass shootings, nuclear warfare, and our dying planet, just to name a few. These HUGE issues can make personal problems seem insignificant, but I truly believe every single person’s fears and issues matter.

My fear isn’t that someone or something will hurt me. My main fear is that I will tumble back into the dark void that is depression. I’m trying to do everything I can to fight it. I take my meds, I get Vitamin D, I see a therapist and other practitioners, but sometimes I fear it is not enough.

Depression can cause you to feel physical pain, which is kinda odd because it’s a mental disorder. At my worst, I just felt like there was something horrible in me that needed to get out. It can make you feel like you are losing your mind and you want to just rip all your hair out or bang your head against a wall. Now that I am doing much better, I look back and think “Wow. Those thoughts and feelings were INSANE.” But they were as real as anything at the time. Thankfully I never physically hurt myself, but the idea of it definitely popped into my head at some times.

There’s a docudrama based on a book based on a true story called “Touching the Void”. It’s about two extreme mountain climbers who experience a terrible accident where one of the climbers falls into a glacial crevasse. The climber who didn’t fall couldn’t see what had happened because the snow was so thick so he just had to assume his climbing partner was done for. I sometimes think about that man who fell into that crevasse and what he had to of been thinking. He was either going to fall into the “void”, or he was going to use every ounce of strength he had to get out and survive. With depression, I can fall into my own personal void, or I can use all the willpower I have to overcome it. *Spoiler Alert* The climber survived by dragging himself out of the void using only his arms. If he can do that, I think I can figure out this depression thing.


that was a perfect shot, too.