Because owls.

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chestiel:

Supernatural in Infographics: Seasons 1-8 (click to enlarge)

I have never watched Supernatural, but they mention my town in this infographic, so i may have to watch it now.

(via destii)

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diredude:

micaella:

as requested by anon, moar carl x magina.
also my boyfriend requested me to draw this request from someone for him.
requestception.

An anon requested magina playing magic cards. my lady got it covered :>

diredude:

micaella:

as requested by anon, moar carl x magina.

also my boyfriend requested me to draw this request from someone for him.

requestception.

An anon requested magina playing magic cards. my lady got it covered :>

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Goodbye ESO

dectala:

becauseowls:

dectala:

becauseowls:

becauseowls:

dectala:

Done, 2 weekends and ESO has not stuck. I’m sorry but it’s an awful game. Riddled with bugs, boring storyline nothing on par of a normal Elder Scrolls game. I don’t regret the purchase as I want to give a series such as Elder Scrolls a fair chance, but this game…

I feel that any one who played WoW back in the day of Vanilla/TBC will never have fun in an mmo properly any more, because Vanilla and TBC were so good, they were so new at the time, and were actually a challenge.

Mmo’s are going to have to try so hard and be so original for me to want to play them, which is why I am looking forward to ArcheAge, a sandbox mmo, with many interesting ideas.

Player owned houses, farm land, and taxes on both, as they are in the overworld, player owned ships, with free ocean world PvP, trade routes, that can go between varying continents, which may increase the reward, but the risk is dangerous, due to other factions

I am blabbing on about this game, but thats just why I think you didn’t enjoy ESO

I can agree with this, I mean EQ was my first ever MMO and WoW was on par with that..but I’d love to see an MMO that really stands out with not just the theme and setting but with concepts and mechanics that aren’t just copy paste from every other MMO. And before anyone says “But ESO allows you to pick anything.” No, you are still bound by set skills (you just have more options) and the skills/classes def point and favor specific combinations.

Not to mention the “open” aspect of what you can use/train is almost a downside. Your class is even less important, use a Resto staff you are a healer. Use a sword and board, you are a tank….no challenge, boring.

Never heard of ArcheAge, I’ll have to do some research.

I think ArcheAge has an interesting way of doing “classes and skills” you are allowed to pick from 3, once you level enough, and then you can spec into each 3 how you want, and skills may or may not combo with other stuff, while as you said, it does limit you, it gives the option of being quite varied

It a Korean MMO that is being translated/alpha tested at the moment, no available EU yet though D= 

Def sounds interesting, hopefully us awesome Americans will get it before you silly EU people :P

You americans can already apply for alpha D=, I’m tempted to message them and mention I am an EU streamer, that would just play on the NA servers

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Goodbye ESO

dectala:

becauseowls:

becauseowls:

dectala:

Done, 2 weekends and ESO has not stuck. I’m sorry but it’s an awful game. Riddled with bugs, boring storyline nothing on par of a normal Elder Scrolls game. I don’t regret the purchase as I want to give a series such as Elder Scrolls a fair chance, but this game…

I feel that any one who played WoW back in the day of Vanilla/TBC will never have fun in an mmo properly any more, because Vanilla and TBC were so good, they were so new at the time, and were actually a challenge.

Mmo’s are going to have to try so hard and be so original for me to want to play them, which is why I am looking forward to ArcheAge, a sandbox mmo, with many interesting ideas.

Player owned houses, farm land, and taxes on both, as they are in the overworld, player owned ships, with free ocean world PvP, trade routes, that can go between varying continents, which may increase the reward, but the risk is dangerous, due to other factions

I am blabbing on about this game, but thats just why I think you didn’t enjoy ESO

I can agree with this, I mean EQ was my first ever MMO and WoW was on par with that..but I’d love to see an MMO that really stands out with not just the theme and setting but with concepts and mechanics that aren’t just copy paste from every other MMO. And before anyone says “But ESO allows you to pick anything.” No, you are still bound by set skills (you just have more options) and the skills/classes def point and favor specific combinations.

Not to mention the “open” aspect of what you can use/train is almost a downside. Your class is even less important, use a Resto staff you are a healer. Use a sword and board, you are a tank….no challenge, boring.

Never heard of ArcheAge, I’ll have to do some research.

I think ArcheAge has an interesting way of doing “classes and skills” you are allowed to pick from 3, once you level enough, and then you can spec into each 3 how you want, and skills may or may not combo with other stuff, while as you said, it does limit you, it gives the option of being quite varied

It a Korean MMO that is being translated/alpha tested at the moment, no available EU yet though D= 

8 notes

Goodbye ESO

becauseowls:

dectala:

Done, 2 weekends and ESO has not stuck. I’m sorry but it’s an awful game. Riddled with bugs, boring storyline nothing on par of a normal Elder Scrolls game. I don’t regret the purchase as I want to give a series such as Elder Scrolls a fair chance, but this game…

I feel that any one who played WoW back in the day of Vanilla/TBC will never have fun in an mmo properly any more, because Vanilla and TBC were so good, they were so new at the time, and were actually a challenge.

Mmo’s are going to have to try so hard and be so original for me to want to play them, which is why I am looking forward to ArcheAge, a sandbox mmo, with many interesting ideas.

Player owned houses, farm land, and taxes on both, as they are in the overworld, player owned ships, with free ocean world PvP, trade routes, that can go between varying continents, which may increase the reward, but the risk is dangerous, due to other factions

I am blabbing on about this game, but thats just why I think you didn’t enjoy ESO