-annoying:

the “i’m not afraid to verbally assault a middle schooler if they look at my kid the wrong way” haircut

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sweet-baby-jesus-and-the-orphans:

luxleytherabbit:

Wow the new assassin’s creed looks really different.

#can’t be assassin’s creed#that’s a woman
rjsalmond:

damjerry:

merakimaker:

vancity604778kid:

ultrafacts:




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ALICE ROOSEVELT WAS HARDCORE. “She was known as a rule-breaker in an era when women were under great pressure to conform. The American public noticed many of her exploits. She smoked cigarettes in public, swore at officials, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach (Emily as in her spinster aunt and Spinach for its green color) in the White House, and was seen placing bets with a bookie. 


Rock on.

Was the entire Roosevelt family bad ass bosses?

"Emily Spinach" laughing forever I love it

I can’t wait for dreary weather, I’m all cozy just thinking about it

dikubutto:

Repeatable quests that won’t leave your to do list

Anonymous: Okay, I feel like you haven't played very much of Skyrim based on your rant because a lot of it just kind of fell short to be honest, but one thing baffled me enough I *had* to ask. You say the combat options in Skyrim are not varied enough - may I ask what else, exactly, you expected to be there that is not?

rodercornwell:

I have actually sunk several hours of my time into Skyrim and what I meant by the lack of combat options was that compared to Oblivion the combat specialization was reduces. In oblivion you could specialize in bladed and blunt weapons alongside archery, magic, and unarmed. In Oblivion it was completely acceptable to be a full blown mage who carried around a bow or any two handed weapon which made being a mage that much more fun. And something that I didn’t bring up because I wasn’t factoring Oblivion is that enchanting fell short in a multitude of ways. In Oblivion you could find or make armor that turned you completely invisible, which admittedly was over powered after a point, but in Skyrim I have yet to come across even an invisibility spell even though it is actively mentioned in one of the books that raises your illusion. I also have the guide and from what I remember when planning out a mage build is that there are indeed no invisibility spells. That got pretty off track, but invisibility spells were a wonderful way to fuck up anyone’s day. Skyrim put in a lot of little fun things that were a distraction from some of the smaller things, like no unarmed skill unless you were a Kajit.

Also a last minute edit, I do actually like the Elder Scrolls series, the title was a joke, but my personal opinion is that Skyrim falls short of what Bethesda can do with their games.

You can make an invisibility potion, and alchemy falls under the mage class stars on the skills menu

allhailmephlis:

I love how when they made Skyrim they put in the most random crap. Like a mammoth half stuck in ice. Or a whole place full hunters in their underwear relaxing in a hot spring. Or a giant ass dead mud crab in a pond. 

That last thing has to do with a quest