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Okay, finally can’t stand this anymore

I can completely sympathize with the frustrations coming out of the female (or, frankly, the general) gaming community with respect to this Assassin’s Creed not having a playable female character. The choice of words was… poor, to put it lightly. It is a disgusting reality that female protagonists are few and far between in all media, video games especially, and active progression away from that would be an excellent change for the medium.

However, I can’t stand by and accept posts like this one that are clearly missing the point.

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Here’s the fourth star-field extension. Not entirely sure how I feel on this one, but I think it’s overall okay. I’ll toy around with this concept on later gods - for now, I’m going to bed +__+
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Magic: The Gathering, and all associated content (including original artwork), copyright Wizards of the Coast
Original artwork for Athreos, God of Passage by Ryan Barger

Here’s the fourth star-field extension. Not entirely sure how I feel on this one, but I think it’s overall okay. I’ll toy around with this concept on later gods - for now, I’m going to bed +__+

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Magic: The Gathering, and all associated content (including original artwork), copyright Wizards of the Coast

Original artwork for Athreos, God of Passage by Ryan Barger

Third in the sequence. Probably my least favorite of the gods, but I’m still fond of the snakes. ;)
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Original artwork for Pharika, God of Affliction is by Peter Mohrbacher

Third in the sequence. Probably my least favorite of the gods, but I’m still fond of the snakes. ;)

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Magic: The Gathering, and all associated content (including original artwork) copyright Wizards of the Coast

Original artwork for Pharika, God of Affliction is by Peter Mohrbacher

Here’s the second in the series. Getting kind of excited to do the rest of this series, now - these stars are pretty cool. ;)
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Original artwork for Phenax, God of Deception by Ryan Barger

Here’s the second in the series. Getting kind of excited to do the rest of this series, now - these stars are pretty cool. ;)

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Magic: The Gathering, and all associated content (including original artwork) copyright Wizards of the Coast

Original artwork for Phenax, God of Deception by Ryan Barger

In honor of the full pantheon of gods being released, I’m altering each one to have this awesome extended Nyx starfield on the border! Mogis is the first of the series.
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Magic: The Gathering, and all associated content (including original artwork) copyright Wizards of the Coast
Original artwork for Mogis, God of Slaughter is by Peter Mohrbacher

In honor of the full pantheon of gods being released, I’m altering each one to have this awesome extended Nyx starfield on the border! Mogis is the first of the series.

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Magic: The Gathering, and all associated content (including original artwork) copyright Wizards of the Coast

Original artwork for Mogis, God of Slaughter is by Peter Mohrbacher

World's End Girlfriend - 100 Years Of Choke
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vuroro:

altik-0:

So, I think this is going to be a bit long. I’ll keep the majority under a read-more, but:

Got linked to Octopus Pie a few days ago, and it’s a fantastic comic I couldn’t recommend highly enough. It’s very long, and it’s not really one of those you can come in from the middle and just skip the rest, but if you grind through I promise it’s completely worth it.

And the rest is after the break.

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vuroro:

OK, so, a while ago, I mentioned that I began seeing more and more ants in our apartment. I thought I had a vague idea of their source, but I wasn’t sure exactly where they were coming from.

Last night, my mate noticed there were a few ants on one of our small succulent plants, particularly on…

Oh, never thought this video would ever be useful!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGJ2jMZ-gaI&app=desktop

EDIT: sorry, posted from my phone. There’s a non-mobile link.

That’s for fire ants, but I bet other ants can set up in even smaller space.

So, I think this is going to be a bit long. I’ll keep the majority under a read-more, but:

Got linked to Octopus Pie a few days ago, and it’s a fantastic comic I couldn’t recommend highly enough. It’s very long, and it’s not really one of those you can come in from the middle and just skip the rest, but if you grind through I promise it’s completely worth it.

And the rest is after the break.

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vuroro:

I want to start an art project, so I dug out an old Nikon camera of mine that I’d found in high school. After it had gone unclaimed for a week, I got to keep it, and my dad discovered it was a pretty expensive little thing - $200, one of the nicest point-n’-shoot cameras you could get at the time.

Now I’m looking at the specs, and almost any smartphone you can get has higher megapixels than this thing.

I had to do a school project developing an Android app that would take photos from your camera, and let you drag, scale, etc. them around the screen to make terrible collages.

Well, I was working on that, and my app would crash as soon as I put in a second picture. Reason: the pictures my camera took were ~4000x2000 pixels and storing one of them filled up all of the memory on the device. :|

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