The cow isn't anywhere. He's inside my mind.


raspbeary:

reimagined wonder woman

raspbeary:

reimagined wonder woman

Reblogged from skoomapipe


I guess, I’m going to unload some of my self loathing here. Ah…sorry.

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My body is tired, and yet it refuses to stay asleep. This is both uncomfortable and perplexing. 

So I will ramble a bit here before making another attempt at rest.

I really miss table top gaming, and having a gaming group. I even miss DMing, even though it got exhausting being the default DM most of the time (I’m looking at you, skericide :9). I wasn’t even a very good DM either. I always had trouble making the monsters challenging enough for the party, and I got too generous with the loot…kinda frequently actually. But people seemed to have a good time, so it was cool I guess.

I loved tabletop gaming though. I love watching people come up with their characters, and I loved watching those characters get to know each other. And just…some of the stupid things they’d get up to. 

One of my players had a character that was introduced to the party coming up the road naked, a la ‘A Knights Tale’. Except he was being chased out of town after he’d been discovered sleeping with the Mayors wife.

And in another game, one of my players got hold of a Rod of Wonder, and the first time she used it she rolled poorly and turned her character purple. The second time she tried to help out a party member in battle, and ended up doing badly again. We ended up with an area of darkness about 15 feet to the left of it’s intended target and the entire party spent the rest of the game sporadically crying with laughter because of it.

I’d like to make more memories like that. And have a game that didn’t die off after 3 sessions due to scheduling conflicts. ^-^|| And there are friends that I have now, that live really far away and I think it’d be great if I could game with them too.

Yes, I think that would be really nice.



boho-dance:

Now that I’m starting to develop the story behind Heartless!Avara more, I adjusted this drawing a little bit. There are going to be more changes to her heartless beast form later, but I’ll do new drawings for that.
Also redid the emblem since I was working from memory before and so did it wrong ^-^||

boho-dance:

Now that I’m starting to develop the story behind Heartless!Avara more, I adjusted this drawing a little bit. There are going to be more changes to her heartless beast form later, but I’ll do new drawings for that.

Also redid the emblem since I was working from memory before and so did it wrong ^-^||

Reblogged from boho-dance


boho-dance:

So recently I’ve been having some fun playing Femme Greed with this really great Ed rper, and it inspired some sketches based on some really hilarious conversations we’ve had. So here you go xD

I have to say the bottom one is my personal favorite. There’s a reason Ed is not the big spoon >D

Reblogged from boho-dance


  • Glade commercial: There's a reason they say "Wake up and smell the roses".
  • Me: ....No. No one says that.
  • Me: They say wake up and smell the coffee, or stop and smell the roses.
  • Me: wtf Glade what did you do.

emeraldnotes:

Merfolk are considered an extinct race on Eifel, however there is a possibility that they still exist in areas of the oceans that are too deep for Eiflans to explore.

emeraldnotes:

Merfolk are considered an extinct race on Eifel, however there is a possibility that they still exist in areas of the oceans that are too deep for Eiflans to explore.

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Djinni

emeraldnotes:

Catching a Djinni often requires two people. One to serve as a distraction and another to follow the Djinni’s tail back to the lamp it is bound to. Even after obtaining the lamp though a Djinni will often try to trick th eholder in various ways, including interpreting their wishes in ways they may not have intended. Some particularly nasty ones will even try to work out a way to harm or even kill the holder of their lamp.

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Patterns from Subtle Patterns (Subtle Patterns) / CC BY-SA 3.0