Will, or Lane if you've known me long enough. Cis, 20-something male, ENTP/ENFP, and to top it off I generally have no idea what I'm doing, but making it up as I go seems to have worked so far. I use this blog mostly to reblog things that I like, and occasionally post little inane comments. But usually I tend to keep me to myself. Feel free to send me a message though, anon or however. My Nom de Web is pretty much always Lemiel14n3, if you see me around, feel free to say "Hi"
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Reblogged from yagaminoue  431 notes

yagaminoue:

My redesign of Shrine Island/Soltis for Skies of Arcadia.

As Shrine Island/Soltis is the first and last dungeon of the game, I wanted to heavily contrast their moods before and after Soltis was raised from the sea- the former being eerily peaceful while the latter being chaotic.

With this set, I am finished with my redesign of the Skies of Arcadia continents! Thanks to everyone who followed along! I might tackle some of the characters next. :)

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toaradical:

BIOTIC ANDALITE WUT UP

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to let go of this idea.

OKAY BUT LIKE.

ANDALITeS AND HORK BAJIR AND TAXXONS AND YEERKS AND HUMANS MAKE UP THE ALLIANCE?!?!?! and it’s not just some military version of the UN?? LIKE THINK ABOUT IT FOR A SECOND. SO MUCH POTENTIAL!!!

Special Alliance commandos with companion yeerks because two brains during combat is better than one. Like maybe a soldier who’s good with biotics and fighting but is horrible at tech; so when a tech problem comes up, the yeerk takes over, and they switch off depending on who’s best for whatever situation at hand.

Council species freaking out because SHIT they don’t just have to deal with one new sentient species they have to deal with five.

And they already have their own interspieces organization set up.

The First Contact War has just gotten a lot more interesting.

Reblogged from karlika  6,649 notes

mothernaturenetwork:

11 photos that prove tigers have a softer side
July 29 is International Tiger Day, a holiday that raises awareness of their endangered status and advocates a global system for conserving their natural habitats.
 
While tigers are known for their striking stripes, massive size, barbed tongues, razor sharp teeth and predatory instinct, it’s also important to recognize how cute and lovable they can be. Here are just a few photos demonstrating the gentle side of these beautiful creatures.

See all the photos.