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Jamielyn, 19, American, cis she/her. Multifandom personal blog.
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signs secret abilities

  • aries: can write hella cute poems
  • taurus: amazing at putting together ikea furniture 
  • gemini: best mac and cheese maker around
  • cancer: can decorate cakes really good
  • leo: photoshop expert
  • virgo: can memorize song lyrics in a flash
  • libra: great at finding four leaf clovers
  • scorpio: super good with makeup
  • sagittarius: can take really pretty photos
  • capricorn: expert tree climber
  • aquarius: awesome at giving speeches
  • pisces:  can beat any and every video game

tremblefox:

pls play fallout new vegas if you havent already

“I didn’t fall in love with you. I walked into love with you, with my eyes wide open, choosing to take every step along the way. I do believe in fate and destiny, but I also believe we are only fated to do the things that we’d choose anyway. And I’d choose you; in a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d choose you.”
- Kiersten White (via behanbin)

i have orientation for a new job at the movie theater ( i hope i think they havent stated it outright but i mean its orientation so) so im going to bed wish me luck that it goes well

dudewheresmyhalla:

Now I want to yell about Vivienne and how people are writing her off. Today is gonna be a long one for any following me who isn’t into radical lady love.

She’s stated as being pro-Circle. She’s stated as having a “true agenda.” That’s all we know about her philosophy/standpoint yet. It’s not a lot.

Pro-Circle doesn’t mean pro-Chantry, though. The Circle is its own independent community that exists to educate and guide mages, and it can be cut off from the Chantry and operate as a truly independent, self-governing community. Enchanters of the Circle of Magi who support that most commonly join the Libertarian Fraternity of Enchanters.

What if Vivienne is a Libertarian? She’s probably not openly Libertarian, because obviously she’s got a position in the Orlesian Court that she needs to maintain, and maintaining that probably comes with a fair amount of respectability politics. She has to look like the good mage. But what if, through the whole game, we think she supports the Chantry and then when it comes time to broker peace and decide on a solution, she speaks in favor of the Circle’s independence and removing the Chantry from its position of power? What if that is the “true agenda” that she’s hiding?

Y’all are writing her off for failing to be yet another in a long-enough line of open rebels and would-be martyrs, when we don’t actually know anything about her philosophy yet other than that she supports the Circle.

chelsri:

Don’t leave me behind. 

hungriestblogger:

when i say ‘the other day’ it could mean anything from last week to 6 years ago

courier-kirsten:

If you didn’t play Old World Blues, you’re missing out.

courier-kirsten:

If you didn’t play Old World Blues, you’re missing out.

#the champion of kirkwall

nonbinaryanders:

So, like, the game keeps trying to paint the Dalish as bigoted and intolerant for trying to protect their culture and stuff, but like, the Creators are the only belief system we know a lot about that seems not to oppress mages.

Like the Qunari treat their mages like they are animals.

And the Chantry locks them up.

But the Dalish religion views magic as a gift from the Creators, views mages as members of the Clan, and seems to be basically all about tolerance and acceptance.

Like??? 

thegatesofthevalley:

I know with who I will be romanced…

follow the nerd this was reblogged from

Little Groot dancing