not-so-spooky-iwettia:

Ohhhh my.

Dorian: “It was this big…”

not-so-spooky-iwettia:

Ohhhh my.

Dorian: “It was this big…”

lmfao! think I’ll stick with Dorian XD

lmfao! think I’ll stick with Dorian XD

pairakasden:

cole-saberhagen: 
Tumblr is being a bitch and won’t let me reblog this properly, but I wanted to respond. 
I have a headcanon that Quinn, being who he is, deliberately set himself up to fail at that betrayal attempt. 
Consider who he is: He’s a rigid military man. He follows all the rules, no exception. He is a man who cannot serve two masters. Especially when their interests begin to diverge. 
So, when Baras gave him orders to betray the Warrior, he has to do it. It’s against his nature to disobey. However, obeying the letter is not the same as obeying the intent. 
Quinn has been with the Warrior almost since the beginning. He *knows* you. He knows your limits and your weaknesses (regardless if you use him as a companion or not). Quinn is cold and calculating. Therefore, he sets up the situation so that it’s one that you can easily overcome. And knows he will fail. 

Failing Baras is not an option. Once he does, Baras will disavow him, and therefore he will be free to transfer his loyalty to the Warrior. 

If he dies during that attempt, well that is the price of failure. 

Anyway, that’s how I explain it so that my Warrior was able to take him back into the fold. 

It works if you reblog it from darthvronton
The original post is a trainwreck though so lets all pretend it’s not there!
Edit: Fixed, original post gone, alone with the urge to fling mouse at screen.

pairakasden:

cole-saberhagen

Tumblr is being a bitch and won’t let me reblog this properly, but I wanted to respond. 

I have a headcanon that Quinn, being who he is, deliberately set himself up to fail at that betrayal attempt. 

Consider who he is: He’s a rigid military man. He follows all the rules, no exception. He is a man who cannot serve two masters. Especially when their interests begin to diverge. 

So, when Baras gave him orders to betray the Warrior, he has to do it. It’s against his nature to disobey. However, obeying the letter is not the same as obeying the intent. 

Quinn has been with the Warrior almost since the beginning. He *knows* you. He knows your limits and your weaknesses (regardless if you use him as a companion or not). Quinn is cold and calculating. Therefore, he sets up the situation so that it’s one that you can easily overcome. And knows he will fail. 
Failing Baras is not an option. Once he does, Baras will disavow him, and therefore he will be free to transfer his loyalty to the Warrior. 
If he dies during that attempt, well that is the price of failure. 
Anyway, that’s how I explain it so that my Warrior was able to take him back into the fold. 

It works if you reblog it from darthvronton

The original post is a trainwreck though so lets all pretend it’s not there!

Edit: Fixed, original post gone, alone with the urge to fling mouse at screen.

transgamerthoughts:

I got a nice email reply from Alex Freed today regarding Hunter. I’m in the process of seeing if he is comfortable with me making our correspondence public. I make no promises, however. These are his thoughts as a writer, not reflective or representative of BioWare, and I will respect his privacy if asked to.


I hope so D:

alldragonageconfessions:

i don’t get why people think that Fenris isn’t white. My skintone is almost identical to his and I sure as hell don’t identify myself as a poc.

alldragonageconfessions:

i don’t get why people think that Fenris isn’t white. My skintone is almost identical to his and I sure as hell don’t identify myself as a poc.

[x]

bleeters:

depizan:

cole-saberhagen said: I’m re-subbing for 1 month just to log in on the 10th Anniversary and get my Molten Corgi pet because I have more money than sense :/

nerfburger said: I have accepted the fact that I’m going to buy the next xpac.

WoW does that to people. It really is a drug. (Not that I didn’t enjoy it when I played. I did. Hence the temptation to go back.)

I literally had to sell or destroy everything I had and delete all my characters to ensure I got out of that game.

I guess it worked. Even if for some reason it wouldn’t let me delete every character, so now there’s a penniless naked troll lowbie hanging out in a gutter in Orgrammar somewhere, dreaming of past glories.

Honestly, I only really still play it because it’s the only game my closest friends and I all play together at least for a few weeks while the content is fresh. We all have such varied tastes in games it’s ridiculous. And they live in ridiculous places so other than an annual meetup it’s at least some form of contact. :/ And huh, I didn’t know it stopped at 1 char, maybe some day my belf will be sat in that gutter too.

depizan:

cole-saberhagen said: I’m re-subbing for 1 month just to log in on the 10th Anniversary and get my Molten Corgi pet because I have more money than sense :/

nerfburger said: I have accepted the fact that I’m going to buy the next xpac.

WoW does that to people.  It really is a drug.  (Not that I didn’t enjoy it when I played.  I did.  Hence the temptation to go back.)

Yep, they know exactly what they’re doing, making it all cute and fluffy-in-a-firey-sort-of-way ugh, how dare they…

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Mind you, I tend to just clear the leveling content then leave straight after because lol @ once yearly updates costing £8.99/$14.99. (Actually they’re changing it to £9.00 in the UK now.) At least swtor brings out content between expansions…

SWTOR EXPANSIONS THUS FAR

  • HUTT CARTEL: Empire released the Dread Masters, you done goofed.
  • Republic: lol
  • SHADOW OF REVAN: Republic relased Revan, you done goofed.
  • Empire: lol

lewviathan:

boom.

itsprecioustime:

Shepard’s got her priorities straight.

So I have this Stronghold room…

bleeters:

cole-saberhagen:

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I’m not really sure how to explain it…

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Turns out it makes a good party room.

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But ‘Nearly Naked Torian’ can prove too much for some.

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bleeters was a real sport though, only backed out of the room in utter horror and confusion 1 time :D

That room was simultaneously not what I was expecting and everything that I was expecting from your stronghold.

I’m not sure what that says about me xD

Really tempted to see how many nearly naked NPCs and pets I can fit in that room now.

So I have this Stronghold room…

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I’m not really sure how to explain it…

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Turns out it makes a good party room.

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But ‘Nearly Naked Torian’ can prove too much for some.

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bleeters was a real sport though, only backed out of the room in utter horror and confusion 1 time :D