What?
This is now a resources blog.
Nothing in here belongs to me.
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whathasbeenlost:

HEY WRITERS OF ALL KINDS AND AGES AND MAYBE EVEN DNDERS OR TABLETOP GAMERS ARE YOU READY FOR SOMETHING SUPER RAD? I HOPE SO ‘CAUSE 

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RANDOM

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MAP

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GENERATOR

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EDITING FEATURES AVAILABLE

IT DOESN’T REALLY DO LAND MASSES OR ANYTHING BUT IT SURE AS HELL WILL MAP THAT CITY/VILLAGE/SHIP/DUNGEON/WHATEVER THAT YOU’VE BEEN MEANING TO MAP OUT FOR YOU

SO FUCKING GO WILD

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takitakos:

My personal approach to the fic r9kElsa is Suffering by the wonderful Kate—-Kane.

No spoilers, I just made up a chapter, probably located before the story takes place. I just NEEDED some fluff out of somewhere to help me take the angst. Hope it works for all you readers too.

Also, GIFed for your pleasure and my practise.

(Reblog, do not repost. Please?)

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fuzenia:

wow anime jesus

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thesciencealliance:

I’ll be posting the rest of the comic in like 4 or 5 days so UNTIL THEN, here’s some fun thing I did.

More Here: http://viridiancitypokecenter.tumblr.com/

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"A character who is familiar and unsurprising seems comfortable, believable — but not particularly interesting. A character who is unfamiliar and strange is at once attractive and repulsive, making the reader a little curious and a little afraid. We may be drawn into the story, curious to learn more, yet we will also feel a tingle of suspense, that tension that comes from the earliest stages of fear, the uncertainty of not knowing what this person will do, not knowing if we’re in danger or not."
— Orson Scott Card, Characters and Viewpoint (via shannahmcgill)
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"The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt."
— Sylvia Plath (via kari-shma)
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lucifersblog:

maddiebecck:

I forgot that hail satan is not an acceptable phrase to express excitement

You hang out with the wrong people.

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