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The Bird Cage and the rules.

(Source: shiroyoh, via shiroyoh)

— 19 hours ago with 791 notes
Done while waiting for the patch to finish. This was an old sketch of mine that I decided to paint.

Done while waiting for the patch to finish. This was an old sketch of mine that I decided to paint.

— 1 day ago
#I suck at painting  #art crap  #cleric  #dragon nest 

”..and even if it was
I wouldn’t let you go
you could run run run run but I will follow close
someday you will say “that’s it, that’s all”
but I’ll be waiting there with open arms to break your fall
I know that you think that you’re on your own
but just know that I’m here
and I’ll lead you home..”

(x)

— 2 days ago with 2718 notes

Getting my Sniper to level 70 is not easy. I don’t have much gold with me so I’m stuck with my old level 50 items. I’m just glad that I kept my accessories with potentials.

Getting my Raven to max level is another thing. 

And Alvertos will forever be a Priest because I suck at playing as Clerics. :(

Jonassen and Jumanah might go bye-bye soon. I don’t like having too many characters that I don’t use.

— 3 days ago with 1 note
#text  #dragon nest  #dragonnest  #dragon nest sea  #nick's gaming adventures  #problems of a solo gamer 

radelgirl:

Early Sanegayama art

(Source: radelgrill)

— 4 days ago with 1236 notes

usoapp:

Ganzack OVA (1998)

In which the TV special’s writers assumed Oda would make Nami and Zoro into a couple, and decided to initiate the first step for him.

— 6 days ago with 893 notes

dokifordancy:

have you ever tried to do art and you just

— 1 week ago with 86308 notes
thenewenlightenmentage:

Psychologists Discover How People Subconsciously Become Their Favorite Fictional Characters
Psychologists have discovered that while reading a book or story, people are prone to subconsciously adopt their behavior, thoughts, beliefs and internal responses to that of fictional characters as if they were their own.
Experts have dubbed this subconscious phenomenon ‘experience-taking,’ where people actually change their own behaviors and thoughts to match those of a fictional character that they can identify with.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

Psychologists Discover How People Subconsciously Become Their Favorite Fictional Characters

Psychologists have discovered that while reading a book or story, people are prone to subconsciously adopt their behavior, thoughts, beliefs and internal responses to that of fictional characters as if they were their own.

Experts have dubbed this subconscious phenomenon ‘experience-taking,’ where people actually change their own behaviors and thoughts to match those of a fictional character that they can identify with.

Continue Reading

— 1 week ago with 144829 notes