cateiynstark:

rumour has it that if you can cross off every single one, zeus will offer to make you a god

cateiynstark:

rumour has it that if you can cross off every single one, zeus will offer to make you a god

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devieklutz:

azvolrien:


Young Dragonwizards of Pern

Young Wizards and Dragonriders of Pern have become intrinsically linked in my mind, for… no real reason, other than that both series are/were written by American authoresses who moved to Ireland. It was really only a matter of time until I started drawing crossover fanart.
And now, trivia!
This all happens during the Fourth Pass, because I don’t think any of the books were set during that period.
As the niece of a famous Weyrwoman, Nita surprised nobody with her Impression of Peridexith. Dairine sneaking onto the Hatching Ground to Impress Spoth at age 11, and later acquiring an entire clutch of fire lizards (not all of whom are shown here), came as more of a shock. She named all her lizards after things she found in the Weyr’s oldest Records.
C’pher’s (almost-black) brown Ponth displays an amazing talent for going safely between without directions, and did it a few times on his own before realising how much it freaked out his rider.
R’nan walked onto the Hatching Ground not expecting to Impress, and as a result took a while to get used to sharing his mind with bronze Luinth. He’s since adapted well.
Carmela, rider of gold Laseth, is highly and sometimes disturbingly proficient with a flamethrower.
The Weyrleaders were initially worried about how well D’rryl would cope with the sensory overload of Threadfall, but they needn’t have worried: his young blue Abdath proved excellent at helping with his already-good coping mechanisms.
Sk’ret was not Weyrbred, and was born on a crafthold breeding messenger runnerbeasts. His parents expected him to take over the hold when he came of age and were disappointed when he Impressed blue Rirhath, effectively scuppering those plans.
In contrast, F’lif grew up in a forestry Crafthall, and his family were delighted that he and brown Demisith would be able to help protect their tree plantations from Thread.
Irina leads the Weyr from the back of her senior queen Areth because ‘Earth’ was too obvious, with the ‘help’ of her green fire lizard.
R’shaun and bronze Wellakith are currently missing, having failed to re-emerge from between during Threadfall. Normally this would mean they were dead, but the dragons didn’t react like they usually would to the passing of one of their own, so nobody’s sure what actually happened to them.
Tom and Carl are Harpers, mostly because I couldn’t think of good names for their dragons.
I’ve put quite a lot of thought into this crossover.

*intense flailing* yessssssssssssss 

Ok, all of a sudden, Dragonriders of Pern is surfacing everywhere (even before the movie announcement), and I cannot express how batshit excited I am about it.

devieklutz:

azvolrien:

Young Dragonwizards of Pern

Young Wizards and Dragonriders of Pern have become intrinsically linked in my mind, for… no real reason, other than that both series are/were written by American authoresses who moved to Ireland. It was really only a matter of time until I started drawing crossover fanart.

And now, trivia!

  • This all happens during the Fourth Pass, because I don’t think any of the books were set during that period.
  • As the niece of a famous Weyrwoman, Nita surprised nobody with her Impression of Peridexith. Dairine sneaking onto the Hatching Ground to Impress Spoth at age 11, and later acquiring an entire clutch of fire lizards (not all of whom are shown here), came as more of a shock. She named all her lizards after things she found in the Weyr’s oldest Records.
  • C’pher’s (almost-black) brown Ponth displays an amazing talent for going safely between without directions, and did it a few times on his own before realising how much it freaked out his rider.
  • R’nan walked onto the Hatching Ground not expecting to Impress, and as a result took a while to get used to sharing his mind with bronze Luinth. He’s since adapted well.
  • Carmela, rider of gold Laseth, is highly and sometimes disturbingly proficient with a flamethrower.
  • The Weyrleaders were initially worried about how well D’rryl would cope with the sensory overload of Threadfall, but they needn’t have worried: his young blue Abdath proved excellent at helping with his already-good coping mechanisms.
  • Sk’ret was not Weyrbred, and was born on a crafthold breeding messenger runnerbeasts. His parents expected him to take over the hold when he came of age and were disappointed when he Impressed blue Rirhath, effectively scuppering those plans.
  • In contrast, F’lif grew up in a forestry Crafthall, and his family were delighted that he and brown Demisith would be able to help protect their tree plantations from Thread.
  • Irina leads the Weyr from the back of her senior queen Areth because ‘Earth’ was too obvious, with the ‘help’ of her green fire lizard.
  • R’shaun and bronze Wellakith are currently missing, having failed to re-emerge from between during Threadfall. Normally this would mean they were dead, but the dragons didn’t react like they usually would to the passing of one of their own, so nobody’s sure what actually happened to them.
  • Tom and Carl are Harpers, mostly because I couldn’t think of good names for their dragons.


I’ve put quite a lot of thought into this crossover.

*intense flailing* yessssssssssssss 

Ok, all of a sudden, Dragonriders of Pern is surfacing everywhere (even before the movie announcement), and I cannot express how batshit excited I am about it.

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you know what the key to a good joke is timing

kitt66:

Peter Capaldi and costume photographed by Paul Stuart for the Sunday Times

kitt66:

Peter Capaldi and costume photographed by Paul Stuart for the Sunday Times

(via fashionofdoctorwho)

ohcaptainmycaptain1918:

GET OFF MY LAWN

ohcaptainmycaptain1918:

GET OFF MY LAWN

(via earthwarri0r)

quiescense:

koli-chan:

bashdoard:

wetookthe405:

WHAT KIND OF AD IS THIS

A REALLY EFFECTIVE ONE SAVE THE FROGS

SAVE THE GODDAMN FROGS

SAVE THE FROGS HOLY SHIT SAVE THE FROGS

quiescense:

koli-chan:

bashdoard:

wetookthe405:

WHAT KIND OF AD IS THIS

A REALLY EFFECTIVE ONE SAVE THE FROGS

SAVE THE GODDAMN FROGS

SAVE THE FROGS HOLY SHIT SAVE THE FROGS

(via earthwarri0r)

jenoshmellark:

When an actor stumbles into their fandom on Tumblr:

image

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meganxking:


The original character descriptions of Friends 

a paleontologist. not that it matters.

meganxking:

The original character descriptions of Friends

a paleontologist. not that it matters.

(via earthwarri0r)

chmchm:

notmadeofbeef:

improvisedchronicles:


a youtube user shares an opinion

 #can we get this on the cover of a book  #like one of those opinions from writers


The reason Photoshop was invented

This will always and forever be hilarious.

chmchm:

notmadeofbeef:

improvisedchronicles:

a youtube user shares an opinion

 #can we get this on the cover of a book  #like one of those opinions from writers

image

The reason Photoshop was invented

This will always and forever be hilarious.

(via r1x513)

scarheadcanons:

ϟ 95) When Teddy was an infant, his hair turned color to match that of the person he wanted to hold him. This worked well when he wanted his godfather, which was often, but it became incredibly confusing when he sought a Weasley. There were many hasty rounds of pass-the-baby-because-dear-god-stop-the-crying.

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hope-in-every-book:

books-and-butterflies:

If you marry me, you also marry my bookshelves. 

Just kidding, don’t touch my books.

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Tony *does* remember the birthdate of most of his inner circle, he’s got talent with number after all. What Tony tends to do though is get so caught up in whatever he’s doing that the date will slide by without him noticing. His close friends would get offended, if he also wasn’t routinely forgetting his *own* birthday. Once, 5 years in a row.

Tony *does* remember the birthdate of most of his inner circle, he’s got talent with number after all. What Tony tends to do though is get so caught up in whatever he’s doing that the date will slide by without him noticing. His close friends would get offended, if he also wasn’t routinely forgetting his *own* birthday. Once, 5 years in a row.

entertainmentweekly:

A little GIF action, courtesy of Doctor Who’s new Doctor and this week’s cover star, Peter Capaldi. 
Photo Credit: Jeff Riedel for EW.

entertainmentweekly:

A little GIF action, courtesy of Doctor Who’s new Doctor and this week’s cover star, Peter Capaldi. 

Photo Credit: Jeff Riedel for EW.

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