Mimkana

turtur-the-turtle:

mimkana:

Okay, semi serious question here-

How the FUCK has Sorin’s coat not been ripped up yet? Like, how long has he had that thing, and how does it manage to stay together that well? Same with Jace’s cloak.

Dack Fayden we know at least has multiple versions of the exact same out fit….

Jaces cloak infact IS dirty ripped up an old, but hes sculpting everyone’s mind to think otherwise

*Gasp*

That makes so much sense! He uses an illusion or something! That’s brilliant!

But it still doesn’t explain Sorin’s coat.

ZENDIKAR

teysa-orzhov-rules-lawyer:

elisepeth:

bace-jeleren:

fullmetalweabo:

bace-jeleren:

chandra-pyromaster:

bace-jeleren:

mimkana:

sarkhan-volkswagen:

chandra-nalaar:

teysakarlov:

ZENDIKAR

welcome

ZANDICK CAR

Za n’ Dick’s car

Zen Dick AAAARRRR

i’m in me Zendi’s kar, broom broom

Zen get out me kar!

If you contributed to this post I recommend you start psycho-therapy immediately

Zendican’t

ZENDICAPS LOCK

ZEN-DI-CAN YOU DIG IIIIIT?

Zen di yes we can!

susfishcious:

susfishcious:

susfishcious:

susfishcious:

I have two potential ID pictures and I know exactly which one I’m going to try to submit

I under stand that my head is tilted by a professional smile???

How is my smile not professional???

Let’s try round 2.

Rejected again.

I’m very confused. I must inquire further. 

LEGITIMATE LOUD SCREAMING THIS IS IT, THIS IS THE DAY I DIE

elspeth-champion-of-the-hopeless:

mimkana:

Okay, semi serious question here-

How the FUCK has Sorin’s coat not been ripped up yet? Like, how long has he had that thing, and how does it manage to stay together that well? Same with Jace’s cloak.

Dack Fayden we know at least has multiple versions of the exact same out fit. Leliana changes her dress at least.

Seriously, is there like a sewing spell?

Jace actually canonically loves that cloak.  Like, at one point, he’s trekking across a desert with Liliana, and is like, “I don’t care how uncomfortable it makes me, I am wearing this cloak under my clothes.  We have been through too much together, cloak.  I will not abandon you.”

Oh yeah! I remember that part!

But that still doesn’t explain why it hasn’t been destroyed by now, with all he’s been through.

Okay, semi serious question here-

How the FUCK has Sorin’s coat not been ripped up yet? Like, how long has he had that thing, and how does it manage to stay together that well? Same with Jace’s cloak.

Dack Fayden we know at least has multiple versions of the exact same out fit. Leliana changes her dress at least.

Seriously, is there like a sewing spell?

professionalcat:

professionalcat:

The new Sarkhan planeswalker seems pretty damn cool, indestructable 4/4 hasty indestructable dragon for 5? Fuck yes. I kinda want to see how well mono red will go in KTK. But really, I see this comic, and this is how I see Sarkhan Vol is my headcanon. A kinda dorky guy with corny jokes trying to be funny with Nicol Bolas, who cannot take a joke. And yes I know the last panel is Tezzeret, but pretend its Sarkhan with me.

Hopefully we see Nicol Bolas on the receiving end of some ass kicking for once.

You a fan @sarkhan-volkswagen?

sarkhan-volkswagen why does tumblr not want you to see this? stupid tags.

Also stupid ipad tumblr app.

I consider you a role model in my life. You have accomplished so much and have your dream job. That said, how does one achieve their dreams?

markrosewater:

Here’s the secret to getting your dream job laid out in one blog post:

1. Figure out what your dreams are.

This part’s harder than it might seem so don’t be upset if this takes a while.

2. Every day take at least one step to get you closer to your dream job.

I’m being very literal here. Each and every day take one step. It doesn’t always have to be a big step just something moving you in the right direction. Not every step will get you there but the constant focus on it increases your chances. The key to success is focus and persistence. A big part of succeeding is never giving up. When one way doesn’t work, try another. Just keep in mind, that getting a dream job takes a lot of work.

3. Recognize when you have reached where you set out to get to and enjoy it.

Be careful of reaching your dream and then moving past it due to momentum. Also, an important part of getting a dream job is getting to do something you love every day. If you don’t have time to enjoy it, you’re doing it wrong.

christel-thoughts:

autisticlynx:

when privileged groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “basic human decency”

when oppressed groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “social justice”

and mocked. it’s called “social justice” and is mocked or otherwise hated.

I have a friend who makes games. She’s funny and brilliant and brash, never hiding her thoughts and so quick-witted that keeping up feels like a sport. She’s also a brilliant designer who can’t get enough— she can take apart the popular text-adventure engine Twine and put it back together and make it do things that a text-adventure engine built on wiki markup has no business doing. She’s working in multiple engines and genres at once, and she made a game called Jeff Goldblum Staring Contest that involves staring at Jeff Goldblum— one of my favorite pastimes. But the point is— you meet enough developers and you see things. You see the devs that are here because they wanted to be when they were little kids, you see the devs who have broad ideas about how they want to very deliberately push the genre— and then you see the devs who are artists, for whom making games is their primary mode of expression. The kind of dev who’s more likely to make you a game for your birthday than bake you a cake.

That’s Zoe.

The truth about Zoe Quinn is that no one in the world deserves the shit that she has gotten. The truth is that these witch hunts over journalistic ethics and transparency and whatever bullshit dog whistle that 4chan and its ilk are using for their issues with a woman’s sexual agency are driving women out of the industry.

The truth is that Jade Raymond’s horrific harassment that lead to a prominent webcomic making an awful pornographic comic about her— suggesting that she was trading sexual favors for positive buzz about her game— that happened seven years ago.

We keep trying to change the industry, we #1reasonwhy and #1reasontobe and protest and thinkpiece and organize, but the truth is not much has changed. We talk about how the most recent IGDA game dev survey says the number of women in the industry has doubled, but the truth is that women still make up less than a quarter of the industry’s work force.

I have met some of the most amazing women I have ever known through the game industry. Larger-than-life, funny, warm, sweet, razor-sharp, overeducated women, the kind who laugh too loudly in quiet rooms. It’s been a long time since I’ve heard most of them laugh. One of them IMed me today about how she was leaving the industry and she couldn’t handle the idea of disappointing me but she just couldn’t take it any more, and I told her it was okay, it’s fine, self-care is so important, because it is.

The truth is that after our conversation ended, I put my head in my hands and cried.

I could tell you stories about the voices we’ve lost, the women we’ve scarred, the people we’ve left behind. I want to, but I’m not sure you’d get it. I tweeted earlier today, We should have a war memorial for all of the women we have lost to this. We should lay flowers and grieve and see our reflections in stone. And I meant it. I wish there were a way to honor the people our industry has wronged, and a way to visualize the enormity of what we have lost because of it— some representation of the gap between what games are and what they can be, and the pieces of the bridge between that have fallen away.

The truth is sometimes I have survivor’s guilt, and sometimes I have panic attacks about being the only one left fighting, and sometimes despite all of my tough words and the fact I literally cannot imagine doing anything else with my life, the truth is that I can’t stop thinking about maybe leaving the industry. I don’t want to; the thought is like an involuntary tic, tugging at my consciousness. Maybe it’s a survival instinct.

I keep using the word “survive” but I can’t help but wonder: is this surviving? What parts of me are surviving? Can any woman escape this whole?

That’s the thing. The truth is, a lot of the women who are being driven away have never met or interacted with Anita or Zoe. A lot of the women in our industry exist in a constant state of fear. Women who make games and would never dream of connecting their face or real name with a Twitter account, just in case. Women who would never go indie. Women who are terrified of starting a crowdfunding campaign but who can’t get their dreams funded any other way, and so their dreams just die.

Are you okay with this? Is this the industry that you want?

Because this is war, and the truth is there’s no balanced reporting. There’s no “hearing both sides.” If you’re not speaking out with us or fighting for us, then you’re not some reasoned logician who is letting cooler heads prevail— the truth is you don’t give a shit about the women in the industry. You don’t care about the casualties. And you are part of the problem.

The truth about Zoe Quinn is that every woman in the industry is one unhinged ex-partner away from being Zoe Quinn, and if that doesn’t scare you, there’s no hope for us at all.

So, the “Ice Queen” comment.

vriskca:

anneapocalypse:

(RWBY discussion, cut for spoilers.)

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this is exactly how I feel thank you