Death On a Stick V.2

 Once upon a time..  All that had an Ending was placed on the tip of a stick, and from it, those things grew into something new. Here are their stories.

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katezbishop:

[messages you at three a.m.] hey do u wanna hear my headcanons

(Source: mezzutozzil)

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iguanamouth:

a lot of people are burned out on emoticons but one that ill never get tired of is :> because it looks like youre being talked to by a friendly bird

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wolftea:

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doriandawes:

effervescenteverflame:

"The Lady of Graves", Pharasma, (pronounced fah-RAZ-mah) is the goddess who shepherds Golarion's recently-departed souls to their final reward. Upon death, souls migrate to Pharasma's Boneyard in the Outer Sphere, which sits atop an impossibly tall spire that pierces the Astral Plane. Pharasma makes no decision on whether a death is just or not; she views all with a cold and uncaring attitude, and decides on which of the Outer Planes a soul will spend eternity. Pharasma is also the goddess of birth and prophecy: from the moment a creature is born, she sees what its ultimate fate will be, but reserves final judgement until that soul finally stands before her. As the goddess of death and rebirth, she abhors the undead and considers them a perversion. This latter fact leads Pharasma to grant modified powers through the Death domain and the Soul subdomain when they are granted to her followers. Spells that her followers are granted do not have the ability to benefit or create undead; this is not the case for other deities granting their followers access to this domain and subdomain.

Favorite of all the Pathfinder deities

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doriandawes:

effervescenteverflame:

"The Lady of Graves", Pharasma, (pronounced fah-RAZ-mah) is the goddess who shepherds Golarion's recently-departed souls to their final reward. Upon death, souls migrate to Pharasma's Boneyard in the Outer Sphere, which sits atop an impossibly tall spire that pierces the Astral Plane. Pharasma makes no decision on whether a death is just or not; she views all with a cold and uncaring attitude, and decides on which of the Outer Planes a soul will spend eternity. Pharasma is also the goddess of birth and prophecy: from the moment a creature is born, she sees what its ultimate fate will be, but reserves final judgement until that soul finally stands before her. As the goddess of death and rebirth, she abhors the undead and considers them a perversion. This latter fact leads Pharasma to grant modified powers through the Death domain and the Soul subdomain when they are granted to her followers. Spells that her followers are granted do not have the ability to benefit or create undead; this is not the case for other deities granting their followers access to this domain and subdomain.

Favorite of all the Pathfinder deities

scifi-fantasy-horror:

by DES ZHU

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scifi-fantasy-horror:

by DES ZHU

hinekureru:

二人はニャオキュア!

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hinekureru:

二人はニャオキュア!

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deadlysquishii:

ARTIST : しあ

"When all else fails, throw the gnome."

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Literally our campaign’s last ditch strategy against everything. (via outofcontextdnd)

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burdge:

gold and silver

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pinkgermy:

Somethings I made for a website of pokemon strategie (NeverUsed.net). 

The first one will be used as a banner :3 

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Tony Ward F/W 2014  + Shades of blue

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xchaospixiex:

Emporiumleathers http://ift.tt/1lARGi9

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theartofanimation:

Himemi

cyrilrolando:

Life is now by AquaSixio

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cyrilrolando:

Life is now by AquaSixio