lostinmyst:

zirconiumpants:

lostinmyst:

zirconiumpants:

lostinmyst:

lostinmyst:

#RealMyst: Masterpiece Edition Day/Night Cycle

Somebody who can make gifs has to make this a gif! How is a gif of this not out there somewhere already!

↑↑↑↑↑ I TOTALLY MEAN THAT, C’MON PLEASE IT’S SO BEAUTIFUL

image

Here! i tried!

sorry its so fast. it was the best way to get it below tumblr’s gif size limit and not sacrifice all the quality

OMG YESSS THANK YOU, FUCK THAT’S AWESOME

(ps. please also make that slower one if you wanna, fuck tumblr’s limits! :P)

ah! there we go 

turns out the limit only applies to images hosted on tumblr -3-  (solution: host on giphy.com)

now it’s both larger and proper speed! ur welcome

THAT’S SO PERFECT, NOW I NEED ONE OF THOSE DIGITAL PHOTO FRAMES JUST FOR THIS GIF

(and while it is too big to upload as an inline image on tumblr, it is fortunately not too big to use another way…)

(Source: youtube.com)

lostinmyst:

deviantgent:

outside-calamity:

Everytime I look up I see that motherfucker falling into the starry expanse (of which he had only a fleeting glimpse) 

I have tried to speculate where that bitch might have landed

#Mystblr

lostinmyst:

deviantgent:

outside-calamity:

Everytime I look up I see that motherfucker falling into the starry expanse (of which he had only a fleeting glimpse) 

I have tried to speculate where that bitch might have landed

#Mystblr

(Source: havemotorcycle-willtravel)

ookami-the-fading-flower:

whengothgoesbrown:

Woman’s Leather Armour - Blue Jay by Savage Punk Studio.

GIVE THIS TO ME IT’S MINE I CALL DIBS

ookami-the-fading-flower:

whengothgoesbrown:

Woman’s Leather Armour - Blue Jay by Savage Punk Studio.

GIVE THIS TO ME IT’S MINE I CALL DIBS

(Source: savagepunkstudio.deviantart.com, via ehpseelahn)

Tags: ref armour

mhd-hbd:

burdge:

ok but hear me out- what about a lightning bolt scar that looked like real lightning?

YES YES A THOUSAND TIMES YES!
This would have been so much cooler: not a small red zig-zag. A big, gruesome jagged mess reaching into the hairline (where the hair then won’t grow.)
People would recognise him and it would make sense. A scar shaped not like a lightning bolt; but like a lightning strike.

mhd-hbd:

burdge:

ok but hear me out- what about a lightning bolt scar that looked like real lightning?

YES YES A THOUSAND TIMES YES!

This would have been so much cooler: not a small red zig-zag. A big, gruesome jagged mess reaching into the hairline (where the hair then won’t grow.)

People would recognise him and it would make sense. A scar shaped not like a lightning bolt; but like a lightning strike.

(via cloudmarsh)

arrogantanupapaya:

kalifrak:

kalifrak:

The crouching cover is in this year…

I fully expect to see Bilbo on the cover of DoS in this pose.

Edit: FUCKIN CALLED IT

oh my god

(via karlimeaghan)

bryankonietzko:

ktempest:

bryankonietzko:

The Legend of Korra is coming to New York Comic Con!
It’s just like San Diego Comic-Con, minus the hyphen! It has been a long time since we made it out to a convention other than SDCC, and we know that fact bums out a lot of non-SoCal/SoCal-accessible fans. We wish that we could venture out more, but even just prepping for and visiting San Diego once a year takes a lot of time out of our jam-packed production schedule, so traveling even further for conventions is usually not an option. But we’re going to make it happen anyway for NYCC, and we’re really looking forward to it!
Unfortunately Mike can’t make it, but Joaquim and I will be joined by some special guests at the panel Saturday, October 12th at 11:00 am. Lots of cool stuff in the works for the presentation. We’re putting together a signing on that Saturday too, so I’ll update with more info when I have it.
See you East Coasters soon!

Someone please bring up that thing about how there are no women leaders and why isn’t Katara head of the Water Tribe. Please.

I can answer these for you now. There are women world leaders in the Avatar world during Korra’s present: Zuko’s daughter is the Fire Lord, and there is an Earth Queen ruling the Earth Kingdom.
As for Katara, there is no separate chief in the Southern Water Tribe: both tribes are officially ruled by a royal descendant (currently Unalaq), residing in the Northern Tribe. Prior to the Hundred Year War, I think there was more of a link between families in both tribes feeding into this ruling family, but the tribes have drifted apart and the chief residing in the North isn’t much more than a figurehead to the South. For the Southern Tribe, we always imagined there is a sort of “Council of Elders,” consisting of women and men, who jointly govern the South. I can imagine Katara takes part in that council, and I can also imagine she isn’t interested in being the chief of both tribes anyway.
While we’re on the subject of world leaders, I saw a comment on my dashboard after the Barnes & Noble signing from someone who was dissatisfied with the fact that we didn’t continue the Equalist plot in Book 2 and wrote something to the effect that we were just keeping the bending oppressors in power and sweeping the plight of the oppressed non-benders under the rug. This is definitely not the case. Our idea was that the Equalist revolution forced the United Republic Council (Tenzin included) to face the fact that the majority of the population was not being represented. As a result, they disbanded the council and held open elections, and Raiko, a non-bender, was elected as the president of the United Republic. Looking back, I do think we could have made that clearer, but I think we were probably trying not to bog down the premiere episode with what we refer to as stuff that’s getting too “Trade Federation-y,” since there was plenty to pack into that episode as it was. 

bryankonietzko:

ktempest:

bryankonietzko:

The Legend of Korra is coming to New York Comic Con!

It’s just like San Diego Comic-Con, minus the hyphen! It has been a long time since we made it out to a convention other than SDCC, and we know that fact bums out a lot of non-SoCal/SoCal-accessible fans. We wish that we could venture out more, but even just prepping for and visiting San Diego once a year takes a lot of time out of our jam-packed production schedule, so traveling even further for conventions is usually not an option. But we’re going to make it happen anyway for NYCC, and we’re really looking forward to it!

Unfortunately Mike can’t make it, but Joaquim and I will be joined by some special guests at the panel Saturday, October 12th at 11:00 am. Lots of cool stuff in the works for the presentation. We’re putting together a signing on that Saturday too, so I’ll update with more info when I have it.

See you East Coasters soon!

Someone please bring up that thing about how there are no women leaders and why isn’t Katara head of the Water Tribe. Please.

I can answer these for you now. There are women world leaders in the Avatar world during Korra’s present: Zuko’s daughter is the Fire Lord, and there is an Earth Queen ruling the Earth Kingdom.

As for Katara, there is no separate chief in the Southern Water Tribe: both tribes are officially ruled by a royal descendant (currently Unalaq), residing in the Northern Tribe. Prior to the Hundred Year War, I think there was more of a link between families in both tribes feeding into this ruling family, but the tribes have drifted apart and the chief residing in the North isn’t much more than a figurehead to the South. For the Southern Tribe, we always imagined there is a sort of “Council of Elders,” consisting of women and men, who jointly govern the South. I can imagine Katara takes part in that council, and I can also imagine she isn’t interested in being the chief of both tribes anyway.

While we’re on the subject of world leaders, I saw a comment on my dashboard after the Barnes & Noble signing from someone who was dissatisfied with the fact that we didn’t continue the Equalist plot in Book 2 and wrote something to the effect that we were just keeping the bending oppressors in power and sweeping the plight of the oppressed non-benders under the rug. This is definitely not the case. Our idea was that the Equalist revolution forced the United Republic Council (Tenzin included) to face the fact that the majority of the population was not being represented. As a result, they disbanded the council and held open elections, and Raiko, a non-bender, was elected as the president of the United Republic. Looking back, I do think we could have made that clearer, but I think we were probably trying not to bog down the premiere episode with what we refer to as stuff that’s getting too “Trade Federation-y,” since there was plenty to pack into that episode as it was. 

mindyourhelm:

wild-hearts-run:

awomanontheverge:

kanyewesticle:

a page in my sisters diary

More like a page out of Regina’s diary.

^that comment.

mindyourhelm:

wild-hearts-run:

awomanontheverge:

kanyewesticle:

a page in my sisters diary

More like a page out of Regina’s diary.

^that comment.

(Source: kanyewesticle, via karlimeaghan)

nidoranduran:

lyraeon:

patrickat:

lyraeon:

Upon second viewing, I have definitely concluded that Guardians of the Galaxy is even better when you imagine it as a tabletop campaign with an increasingly frustrated DM who’s sick of being interrupted.

GM: “Roll 2d10.”
Peter: “Red high. Twelve.”
GM: “You have 12 percent of a plan.”

The entire prison break scene was just Rocket’s player rolling knowledge checks on every turn until something worked.

  • When Drax’s player said, “I go into the phone booth and call Ronan to Knowhere”, the DM stared open-mouthed for a minute, then called break time. The rest of the party was speechless.
  • Pretty much just in general, Drax’s player is one of those people who thinks Chaotic Neutral means “throws self at shit for the lulz” and is really fortunate he didn’t have many other opportunities to derail the campaign.
  • Gamora’s player gets really exasperated by the entirety of the campaign. They rolled a character with a tragic backstory and clear hooks to the villain to expand on, and had no idea that everyone else was going to be so silly. It leads to begging the party to just once execute a normal plan because look at Gamora’s stealth bonus, this min/maxed assassin needs a chance to use her abilities, please.
  • Rocket’s a skill monkey who, if not for Drax’s grand display of idiocy, would have gladly derailed the campaign with absurd plans.
  • Groot was a joke idea someone came up with that people ended up liking too much.
  • Ronan’s confusion when Star Lord began dancing was the DM’s confusion verbatim.
  • The DM now vetoes Chaotic Neutral characters on principle.

(via charamei)

kidouyuuto:

kidouyuuto:

i know this is dumb but i think that australia exists like?? the ocean is largely unexplored there could very well be a fallen empire and we havent found it yet

I MEANT ATLANTIS YOU ASSHOLES

(via silentmachina)

cleowho:

"…the Time Lords would never allow it!"

Attack of the Cybermen - season 22 - 1985

(via onna4)