1. theroguefeminist:

    heterophobicgoat:

    stupidandreckless:

    NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK  FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY

    This is an actual article and I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real.

    this is disgusting

    (via maxinethemaximum)

     
  2. literaryfirearms:

    zenkraft:

    peanutbutterandsquats:

    swolizard:

    ruinedchildhood:

    i have the ugliest cries over this

    I cried for a long time over this why would someone bring this back to me

    Mum took me and like 5 of my friends to see then when it first came out and when this scene happened I heard her mutter “pokemon tears? Are you fucking kidding?”

    She was so angry. 

    um, i still cry about this don’tjudgeme

    I’m pretty sure I cried last time I watched this movie. That was only a few years ago.

    (Source: txz)

     
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  4. The Great Alignment Debate: Objectivity

    literaryfirearms:

    rashiko:

    Of all the aspects of a given tabletop game, one of the most debated and discussed topics is that of alignment systems. Ranging from the nine alignments of the 3.x editions of D&D, through the simplified system of 4e, to the various systems used or denounced entirely by games all around. In the end, the discussion tends to revolve not around which system is necessarily superior, but rather whether it is a good idea to have an alignment system present in the game at all. While I will hold throughout this series that these systems are beneficial to the game, the introduction to this discussion hinges on the point that there are really only two approaches to alignment in general that handle the issue in a satisfactory manner.

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    If a game is run and plans to integrate a lot of alignment-based abilities (Smite Evil, DR /alignment, etc.), I think this quote sums things up best:

    A character debating the morality of their actions in the actual game is a perfectly wonderful thing, but when it comes to debating the system itself at the table, there is a problem. This is why an objective system of alignment is the only suitable one for a tabletop setting.

    When alignment-based abilities are involved, sticking to a system’s definitions is crucial. I can argue all day about why my evil-aligned character believes the ends-justify-the-means and hopes to one day make a better world, because that just makes a well-developed and realized character. The character’s opinion of their alignment isn’t terribly relevant if the system declares Smite Evil has an effect, though. Besides, imagine the internal conflict that ensues when the character who thought he was following a good cause is smited by an obvious Avatar of Good.

    Having an objective Good/Evil system makes the abilities actually possible, but it puts in some interesting roleplaying concepts. A person could, by use of a few spells (or magic items) look at their own alignment. Imagine one day looking down and realizing you were no longer Good, like you used to be, and you couldn’t recall when it had happened.

     
  5. tylerchokely:

    shaquille, don’t feel

    (Source: shaqinfrozen, via alvus-dumbledork)

     

  6. "Needs more Dragons"
    — 

    Me about everything (via frecklebott)

    It needs to have about 20% more dragons.

    (via soyoureinatavern)

     
  7. janietimelady:

    THIS IS MY FAVORITE PART IN ALL NINE EPISODES

    (Source: mishasteaparty, via alvus-dumbledork)

     

  8. dear 98% of the people that follow me that dont talk to me

    syupon:

    tamaraldbrennan:

    Who are you

    Whats your favorite color

    Favorite ship

    Favorite ice cream flavor

    Do you have a cat

    Thank 

    reblogging again bc I already got some from really cute people, but it makes me unreasonably happy to read these from you SO KEEP ON SENDING THEM 

    (Source: 314eater, via maxinethemaximum)

     

  9. So, I’m running a Mutants and Masterminds campaign, at the moment. If you haven’t heard of this system, it’s superhero RPG system, that’s super customizable and is takes the “toolbox” approach to character building rather than having a set pattern you can alter.

    And there’s one thing I will say about running campaigns that take place in near-future-alternate-universes: it’s hard as hell. This campaign has been slow going for me, but I hope I’m actually learning something. Because if all this work isn’t teaching me some valuable life lesson (or at least making me a better GM) I’m gonna melt into a puddle of angry.

     

  10. If you mention Dragon Age Inquisition one more time, I swear to balls I will explode

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m going to play the crap out of the game when it comes out, but the hype and chatter is killing me.

    (Source: sexplosion)