dreamfluxx said: Tanillivan ((HI THERE CUTIE IT'S BEEN A WHILE SINCE WE TALKED))

tg-i:

HIHIHIHI

haracter: hate them | don’t really care | like them | LOVE them | THEY ARE MY PRECIOUS

ship with: white pants. I saw it a joke somewhere once and I agree. Always the white pants.

friendship them with: MEPAS AND TAN because light-wielding fuqs ftw, also bonding time over priesthood and hardships and general pooheads is always nice. Also I remember Tan was shirtless once in front of mepas but I don’t remember why, they must be good friends. Also Tan and Tare, because more lightbros and I don’t remember many other people asfsdfk

general opinions: It’s been 20000000 YEARS but I really like tan. :3c I remember his story having a lot of meaning to me, and I really liked his willingness to get over past wrongs? Like, with the healing of the scars and all. He always seemed like a good character. very openminded and outspoken too :3c

THAT WAS WHEN TAN WAS SHOWING THE SCARS TO MEDAS AND IT WAS SUCH A TOUCHING SCENE GOD I MISS THESE TWO DORKS.

But yaaaaaaaay Lightbros!

I’m so glad you like him as a character. He’s still my pride an joy precious priest.

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juzzielicious:

Haha kill me

LOOK AT THIS CUTIE

juzzielicious:

Haha kill me

LOOK AT THIS CUTIE

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angry-shaman:

worgens:

blizzard: *puts character through horrific trauma and jokes about their breakdown* yeah this seems right

God
Fucking
DAMMIT

angry-shaman:

worgens:

blizzard: *puts character through horrific trauma and jokes about their breakdown* yeah this seems right

God

Fucking

DAMMIT

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I’m finding myself nostalgic for stories that could have been lately. Thinking of some characters, I have a lot of regret on how I handled things. I stayed in the back and made my characters into whatever the plot needed them to be. I stayed reactive, rather than become active in my own stories. And now, when I look at what I have, it seems like an unfixable mess that I just want to drop and start over.

Too many times did I let out of character happenings dictate what happened in character. And despite the many years I’ve been roleplaying, it’s only just recently that I accepted the idea that it’s okay to love your characters. Every other time it’s been about how I can put others in the spotlight, how I can further the plot of the group.

How do I move forward while still dragging the weight of the past behind me? Is it right to let go of the stories I’ve worked on, and move on to better pastures?

sailortyria:

saladsexual:

astin-the-silent:

felidae-charr:

This.

Just. This.

The banjo-kazzoie music fits this ridiculous stuff perfectly.

Everyone watch this. In other news, I’m going to be very absent from GW2 starting now because this ship is sinking fast and I’d hate to stick around and mistakenly let Anet devs think the direction they’re taking the game is somehow okay, worthwhile, or worth supporting.

The September feature pack is basically the story of how this game went from my most surefire recommended game to anyone I knew with any passing interest to the game I can’t in good conscience recommend to anyone. So good job, everyone involved in this patch. You’ve seen the last dollar from me. Don’t worry, I’m sure word of mouth advertising is completely worthless anyway.

Watch this. Just watch it.

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Almost 5am “No fucks given” opinion time!

One thing I really get tired of in video games is the sexual dimorphism. It’s like if I play a female character the game does everything it can to remind me that I’m female.

Armor? Gotta show off those boobs or they won’t realize they’re playing a girl.

Regular clothes? Better show off all those girly features.

Weapons? Gotta be small because you’re a GIRL

DID YOU NOTICE THAT YOU ARE IN FACT A FEMALE

NO?

MORE DRESSES AND HIGH HEELS

YOU ARE A CHARACTER OF THE FEMALE PERSUASION DO YOU SEE JUST HOW FEMALE YOU ARE

I just discovered a Harvest Moon style MMO being released called Pumpkin Online. One of the things that caught my eye were non-gender specific clothing, and it was a refreshing twist. I really don’t like how locked in gender expression is in most games because people don’t always express themselves in such simplistic ways.

Some days I want to be a tiny dainty girl wearing a frilly pink dress with lots of ribbons.

Some days I want my character to have a revealing dress and a killer body, stomping around in high hells.

Other days I want to don full plate armor, wield a giant axe, and beat people to a pulp.

And one some occasions I want to play a male character who wears all the dresses.

I don’t think it’s that much to ask to give us choice. Don’t take away the “traditional” gendered items, but give us the option to wear something else.

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I keep thinking about putting more time into Guild Wars 2 right now until I get enough money to buy either Wildstar or Final Fantasy XIV. However…

My ranger’s story is on hold because the other characters involved are completely disinterested in continuing it.

I could start my mesmer’s story, but I don’t want to simply run around Divinity’s Reach hanging around the bars.

And another part of me is disinterested in MMOrp in general because I’m tired of static stories. I’m tired of bar rp and going back to the status quo. I’m bored of fighting with people who don’t take chances and will make excuses to get out of having their characters be affected by anything.

I’ve got a potential idea, but how many people will actually go for it? With all the things I’m doing in my real life to change, do I have the time or energy to push this? Is it worth it?

Blarg.

The Admiral’s voice is so good and I love everything about her. <3

The Admiral’s voice is so good and I love everything about her. <3

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Did I mention the Arcanist Guildmaster is a freaking BABE and I love her so much.

Did I mention the Arcanist Guildmaster is a freaking BABE and I love her so much.