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I leave for one weekend and this is what happens.
you know this happened before you actually left, right?
Zachary Levi as Fandral in Thor The Dark World
Ƒᵅᶯᵈͬᵅᶩ˸ ᴡᴬᴿᴿᴵᴼᴿ Ϯ & ƪᵅᵈᶤᵉᶳᵐᵅᵑ ♥
So fucking awesome
1. emilyrosa @DA || 2. Chloe Dykstra || 3. FlorindaZanetti @DA || 4. nihilistique @ DA || 5. Beebichu @DA || 6. emilyrosa @DA || 7. Jessica Nigri || 8. mech-infect @DA || 9. Aicosu || 10. Beebichu @DA
I swear to fucking gods, tumblr, SOURCE your goddamn cosplay.
This took ten minutes on google images, you have no excuse.
15 days of fanmixes | dovah queen - an all instrumental mix for a female dragonborn
1. Skyrim Main Theme - Lindsey Stirling and Peter Hollens |2. Dracarys - Ramin Djawadi | 3. Sands of Time - Audiomachine | 4. Wolf Blood - Adrian von Ziegler | 5. One They Fear - Jeremy Soule | 6. Age of Dragons - Audiomachine | 7. Ocean Princess - Thomas Bergersen | 8. Strenght of a Thousand Men (Instrumental Core Remix) - Two Steps From Hell | 9. Ferelden at War - Inon Zur | 10. Watch the Skies - Jeremy Soule | 11. Coronation - James Newton Howard | 12. The Dragonborn Comes - Malukah
Art by Santeri.
I stg finding the right matching fabric is going to kill me. #instagram #cosplay #fandral #Thor #marvelcomics
If you didn’t know what was actually happening in this scene, you’d think they were about to make out.
Hell, even if you do know what’s actually happening in the scene, they still look like they’re about to make out.
I just love that Loki’s instinctive reaction to “getting caught” is to move closer to Thor.
He doesn’t understand how she has such a fire in her eyes when it’s all but unlit. The spark that once held such strength and humour and kindness is nothing but ash, but the fire still shines, like a testament to the woman she once was.
Or a mockery.
He hates her for it. Hates the templars who did it. Hates himself for not finding her quickly enough. He’d only known the running for a few years before settling in Lothering, but he knew the hiding intimately. Carver had watched Father train his sisters with no small amount of jealousy, and was convinced that meant they could all take care of themselves and that safety was a given when you’d fought so hard for it.
But none of that is true. Never had been.
They say he lost his sister during the flight from Lothering, and he’s heaped with condolences that sting more than sooth the open wound in his heart. But they never talk about how Bethany hadn’t been the first. That they’d both known and shared too much heartache through that intimate connection of theirs when their eldest sibling had been taken from them, the second family rock gone in as much as a year.
He’s lost both sisters. Only, one haunts him while he sleeps, and the other stares him in the face.
He insists they try to cover the mark as they sail into Kirkwall. Altaria either doesn’t understand or simply doesn’t care, and consents without a word.
He hates that too; he’s alone enough with his thoughts constantly running circles in his head, he doesn’t need to be alone with them aloud too.
Carver is half convinced she’ll throw herself to the mercy of the templars as they approach the Gallows, finding it to be more a prison than a refuge, and unrepentant on the stance of apostates (even those with the Chantry’s own label burnt into their flesh), and stands ready to push his way between his half-living sister and the guards, though she would no sooner appreciate his interference then as she had when he’d helped rescue her the first time.
But she doesn’t. Altaria passes by the declaration of the Gallows as a Circle of Magi as methodically and unconcerned as she does the rest: it has no purpose to the overlaying concern of getting Mother into Kirkwall, he supposes, and sometimes her utter devotion to reason serves more than he’s ready to admit.
Somehow, in the loss of everything, the family still holds importance, leaving Carver to wonder whether the Templars had left their job unfinished or if its the last small glimmer of desperate hope that he’s clinging to that colors her response in his own ears. He’s heard enough to know that she’s not supposed to care, that severing her from the Fade severs her from the whole of her being. (Always her family.) He tells her so. Often. But the answer is always the same: “You take care of me. Am I not supposed to do the same?”
'Please let it not be permanent. Let them have left this unfinished,' he thinks, wondering too who’s really taking care of who.
I posted this five months ago, tumblr, what are you even doing rn?
I am so confused as to why this Dragon Age OC post is suddenly gaining a lot of traction…???
For all the haters. Rebecca Black’s new single, “Saturday,” kinda rules.
Warriors of the Realms, a.k.a.: a children’s book’s summation of Loki’s role in The Dark World.
I’m actually wheezing.