agarthanguide:

I had an itch to draw the Dragon Age 2 crew, and after an unforgivable number of weeks and an almost admirable lack of artistic direction, here it is.

My brother baihu13 paired everybody off, so take it up with him.

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Dragon Age Keep Code giveaway!

phemiec:

orlesiantrash:

exhaustedapostate:

iambruceliane:

dragonagenews:

Hey guys, I have ONE more code for the Dragon Age Keep Beta to give away. All you have to do is Reblog this with what your first Bioware game was! I will be randomly selecting a winner in THREE hours!

My first Bioware game was Baldur’s Gate

Dragon Age: was my first Bioware game. I know it’s a tad bit late. But I love it. I did not understand what Bioware is until DA2 came out. So I was late to the party. By a year.

oh man, i think my first bioware was something about star wars?? i cant remember the title but i was REALLY YOUNG back then. sooo i think???

Baldur’s Gate, played it with my dad when I was just a wee lil’ thing. :)

Baldur’s Gate! I was twelve and playing the game taught me a lot more English than I ever learned in school.

paperseverywhere:

my fave trolls makin’ the runs 

paperseverywhere:

on her way to serve JUST1C3

paperseverywhere:

on her way to serve JUST1C3

merwild:

Isabela
It was about time.

merwild:

Isabela

It was about time.

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sourgoat:

who has time to study when there are faces to be drawn

sourgoat:

who has time to study when there are faces to be drawn

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keikilanidraws:

sno4wy:

How To Draw Better In 2 Minutes

I expected this to be a troll video about sacrificing your soul in exchange for art skills or something but this was actually very informative.

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captaincrapster:

ahmerst:

I’m so, so sorry I have to post this.

My name is Rio, and I recently lost my job. After my dad passed away my anxiety and depression negatively impacted my work performance to the point where I was let go. Their reasoning for letting me go was that as I had broken a mirror (by accident at that), I had damaged company property, and after being suspended for 72 hours I was terminated.

I originally signed a promissory note to pay back the cost of the mirror ($75). Today I received a letter with a demand to pay an additional $300 for the cost of their ‘investigation’ (because according to them that’s how much it costs to review security footage of a mirror being knocked over). I called their lawyers along with corporate, and neither are willing to waive the fee.

I have no idea how to come up with the money for this. I barely have next month’s rent (which is over $400) in my bank account (and that’s not including utilities), and once that’s gone I won’t be able to live at my apartment. In turn, the rent will hike for my room mates and they’ll have to leave too.

The only place I have left to go is back to my grandmother’s house, and she’s verbally abusive. My mom and brother live there too, and they’re addicts on top of being abusive themselves. Unsurprisingly, none of them accept my identity.

If anyone could give so little as $5, or even just reblog this post, I would be appreciative beyond words.

For those that are able to help, my paypal is ernymann@gmail.com

Hey everyone, I don’t usually use this blog to boost posts, but Rio is the most hardworking person I’ve ever met in my life. They don’t deserve an ounce of negative karma whatsoever, and it breaks my freaking heart that their workplace treated them so unfairly during a period of incredible stress and grief. I’m no longer living with Rio, and my moving out of state definitely didn’t help the financial situation, so if anyone has it in their hearts to help or throw out some friendly vibes, that’d be appreciated more than you know.

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fakedean:

I don’t know anything about Night Vale but this is beautiful

fakedean:

I don’t know anything about Night Vale but this is beautiful

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