"If you show someone something you’ve written, you give them a sharpened stake, lie down in your coffin, and say, When you’re ready."
Tali totally uses Tumblr

sailorscout117:

“Keelah. So many feelings.”

“When this is done, I’ll send you links to extranet sites with some captioned animations.”

wardencortanacroft:

'Fleet and Flotilla' (2185) is an award winning romantic disaster vid noted for it's positive portrayal of turian- quarian relationships'
Winner of Best Film- Nos Astra Film festival- 2185Official selection- Vancouver- 2185Official selection- Illium- 2185Official selection- Noveria- 2185 (nominated)Nebulae award winner- Yana’ Horem- Portrayal of Shalei- 2185Nebulae award nominee- Laq-wi Ballen- Portrayal of Bellicus- 2185 Nebulae award nominee- Padok Tolan- Portrayal of Esheel- 2185 
Behind every great love, there is a great story.
As a young quarian, Shalei (Yana’ Horem) embarks on her pilgrimage from the Migrant Fleet. Meanwhile half way across the galaxy a young turian called Bellicus (Laq’wi Ballen) takes his final steps in military training. Through a chain of remarkable events Shalei and her salarian friend, Esheel (Padok Tolan) are brought to the citadel. A chance meeting between the quarian and turian soon blossoms into a whirlwind romance. Yet what little time they have is cut short with news from the fleet of instability along the geth boarders, Shalei is ordered home early, news of full scale war between the quarian people and their creations reach the Citadel and Bellicus must choose whether to return to the Turian Militia or follow Shalei to the Flotilla…
"A fearless performance from Ballen," - Eden Prime Network"The love story of this age," - Thessia Empire News"Yana’ Horem debut is remarkable," - Illium Galactic"Heart wrenchingly tragic, no matter how many hearts you have," -Cerberus Network"Bin Olar is a breath of fresh air in Volus cinema," - Future Content Corp
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Wowza, what started as a simple movie poster kind of spiraled into a full blown story with a set of characters, a partial script and an ending. After playing Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC for the 100th time, the scene with Tali when you’re watching Fleet and Flotilla really got me thinking- so I decided to make a poster, but apparently I became far too into it. Anyway, I made it quite quickly with a mixture of my friends PNG’s and my own, however most weren’t rendered all that well so it’s not perfect- and I also used Tali as Shalei, simply because I’m lazy and already had plenty of her, and lets be honest Tali would kill to be Shalei. Anyway, I had a lot of fun doing this!

wardencortanacroft:

'Fleet and Flotilla' (2185) is an award winning romantic disaster vid noted for it's positive portrayal of turian- quarian relationships'

Winner of Best Film- Nos Astra Film festival- 2185
Official selection- Vancouver- 2185
Official selection- Illium- 2185
Official selection- Noveria- 2185 (nominated)
Nebulae award winner- Yana’ Horem- Portrayal of Shalei- 2185
Nebulae award nominee- Laq-wi Ballen- Portrayal of Bellicus- 2185 
Nebulae award nominee- Padok Tolan- Portrayal of Esheel- 2185 

Behind every great love, there is a great story.

As a young quarian, Shalei (Yana’ Horem) embarks on her pilgrimage from the Migrant Fleet. Meanwhile half way across the galaxy a young turian called Bellicus (Laq’wi Ballen) takes his final steps in military training. Through a chain of remarkable events Shalei and her salarian friend, Esheel (Padok Tolan) are brought to the citadel. A chance meeting between the quarian and turian soon blossoms into a whirlwind romance. Yet what little time they have is cut short with news from the fleet of instability along the geth boarders, Shalei is ordered home early, news of full scale war between the quarian people and their creations reach the Citadel and Bellicus must choose whether to return to the Turian Militia or follow Shalei to the Flotilla…

"A fearless performance from Ballen," - Eden Prime Network
"The love story of this age," - Thessia Empire News
"Yana’ Horem debut is remarkable," - Illium Galactic
"Heart wrenchingly tragic, no matter how many hearts you have," -Cerberus Network
"Bin Olar is a breath of fresh air in Volus cinema," - Future Content Corp

Wowza, what started as a simple movie poster kind of spiraled into a full blown story with a set of characters, a partial script and an ending. After playing Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC for the 100th time, the scene with Tali when you’re watching Fleet and Flotilla really got me thinking- so I decided to make a poster, but apparently I became far too into it. Anyway, I made it quite quickly with a mixture of my friends PNG’s and my own, however most weren’t rendered all that well so it’s not perfect- and I also used Tali as Shalei, simply because I’m lazy and already had plenty of her, and lets be honest Tali would kill to be Shalei. Anyway, I had a lot of fun doing this!

to-be-a-lost-boy:

tardisinwonderland:

necromander:

Be careful what you wish for.

Wow what I never realized the colors were inverted

You’d think I would have noticed that

That’s the point. The world Coraline lives in is supposed to be boring and gray, but the people are what give it life and purpose. In the Other Mother’s world the people are plastic puppets where she pulls the strings because it presumably changes for every child she takes, but the world around them is bright and colorful for the purpose of enticing the children to stay… before they notice the inhabitants are nothing but dust.

that was deep

(Source: medimeedes)

Ok, I don’t know how popular or unpopular this opinion is but…

Is there anyone else severely disappointed they can’t just import their save file from DAII into Inquisition?  I mean, I’m looking forward to getting into the Keep because I want to go through it and make choices and shit because it’s my only option, but I’d much prefer it wasn’t my only option.  Why did they do away with that function?  I mean, I can’t imagine it would have been overly hard to maintain an import function AND do the Keep.

It’s just really frustrating because now I have to go back through and try and make sure I get allllll my original choices exactly right when instead I could have just pushed one button and had everything exactly how I want it.  

I don’t think I can be the only person irritated by this.  

warden: back in MY day we didn't have the ability to jump or ride MOUNTS and i still got the job DONE

Does your daughter know the Tyrion Lannister figurine is you? Yeah, she calls it “Dad-dah.” She just says to me, “Hey, you!” And she calls the toy “Dad-dah.” So that’s a little confusing. She doesn’t know who I am, but she knows that the toy is me. - Peter Dinklage

(Source: rubyredwisp)

youaremyroadmap:

'what 5 things would you put on a pentagram to summon Dean Winchester?'

but you don’t need 5 things, you just need Sam Winchester and Dean is there

WLT