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Be the person H.Y.D.R.A. would see as a threat.
a thought i had this morning driving to school (via poseysposey)

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silent-asmodeus:

artisticgamzee:

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kentmckellan:

Sums up my relationship with pizza quite nicely

Agreed

FeliCIA THO

If you don’t have Felicia Day seductively eating pizza on your blog, you aren’t blogging right.

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the-bucky-barnes:

My cat loves when we play CAH because she squeezes into the box and becomes some kind of monorail…

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flightlessdove:

Rest well, Mr. Williams.

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novas-grimoire:

taergalive:

OMG I JUST DECIDED I WANT TO GO TO THE REN FAIRE FOR MY BIRTHDAY I NEED TO FIGURE OUT WHEN

mycharius - we need to plan this. 

I planned on going that weekend anyway. taergalive, Is saturday good for you?

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faerununderdark:

Races of The Underdark, Wizards of the Coast, Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition, Forgotten Realms, Illustrations by Vance Kovacs

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oldroots:

My D&D/Pathfinder character, Smuckers the Gelatinous Cube. Looks a little better in High Res, where tumblr hasnt squashed it down </3.

I can’t wait to play as this thing hahah!

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"Born from a warlock who had botched an attempt to prolong his own life by binding his soul to an article of clothing. The possessed item was left in a dungeon, in hopes that a powerful adventurer would pick it up and allow the warlock to take control. Unfortunately, the only creature to happen by was a large Gelatinous Cube.

With no mind to possess, the warlock was forced to merge his soul with the creature before the item disintegrated within the cube. Alas, this was not enough to reincarnate the warlock, erasing the last of his life from the world. However, the Gelatinous Cube was left with a new-found sense of self-awareness and heightened intelligence due to the fragment of soul that lingered from the departed warlock. A soul the cube of jelly had claimed for itself. This also allowed the Gelatinous Cube abilities in evocations, able to summon powerful Eldritch Blasts and other spells pulled forth from the soul it had inherited.

With a new sense of being, intelligence and awareness, “Smuckers” now travels the world in search of adventure, treasure, friends and a hometown who’s residents wont run away screaming at the sight of it.”

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Because apparently looting dead monsters wasn’t enough for our rogue, nope.

yourplayersaidwhat:

Rogue: I try to eat the dead gibberling.

DM (me): You what!?

Rogue: Hey, I’m hungry, okay?

DM: Upon closer examination, the gibberling is missing patches of hair and looks diseased.

Rogue:  Sweet. I rip off its leg and eat it. 

DM: (sigh) Okay, you rip off the gibberling’s leg, cook it up—

Rogue: No, no, I just eat it.

DM: Ugh, fine. Roll fortitude.

Rogue: (fails fortitude save)

DM: You immediately start feeling queasy. You are sickened for the next 24 hours.

Rogue: Dude, what?

DM: You just ate a dirty, diseased gibberling. Raw. Just be glad I didn’t give you rabies or some weird deadly gibberling disease or something.

Rogue: (sarcastically) Thank you, oh wise and mighty DM, for only punishing my stupidity somewhat.

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