Eternal Circle of Zarathustra

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kikaijima:

p4u2 famitsu scans (credit to @Kurushii)

rise has a new persona! and the jp release date is set for august 28th

marorio:

i have no explanation for this other than i was compelled to do it

illness and ruins
ALI PROJECT

(Source: twilightvagrant)

overlypolitebisexual:

whenever i see these post-apocalyptic films set in the USA where everyone is pretty much just killing each other with no mention of other nations i always just assume that the rest of the world is fine and has learnt how to resume life as normal

Songbird (1/?)

superfluouskeys:

Fandom: Sleeping Beauty
Pairing: Eventual Maleficent/Aurora
Rating: T for safety
Summary: After nearly sixteen years of tireless searching, Maleficent stumbles upon the very target of her ire, alone and unguarded, singing in the forest. The events that follow are not precisely according to plan. [AU, Prompt response, will be femmeslash.]

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Chapter 1

Maleficent had never devoted very much thought to music.

She had always been naturally gifted in most of her pursuits. She’d easily learned to sing a few folk tunes in her earliest youth, easily learned to play the occasional instrument she came across in her travels, and hadn’t even the faintest doubt that she retained this knowledge, although she’d encountered little more than idle raven song in the past several decades.

But did she care? The folk tunes and the instruments meant nothing to her. They were diversions, ways to pass the time on those rare occasions when time seemed infinite and not of the essence. Maleficent valued knowledge and skill, certainly, and above all else, but apart from the satisfaction she gleaned from her easy expertise in the realm of music, she had always felt that she would be much the same without the knowledge.

That is to say, she had always felt thusly before this moment.

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(Source: fluffychainsaw)

gamko:

This is my favorite game

gamko:

This is my favorite game

tetsuoatehimbread:

she keeps me warm

tetsuoatehimbread:

she keeps me warm

50s-dad:

fivehundredrevolutions:

A handy guide to some of the terrible things the Mail has printed since 1924.
This barely scratches the surface, though, I find it hard to believe they didn’t do anything terrible between 1956 and 1984.

and yet people still use it as a source
leftists from outside the UK still use it as a source
you all need to stop using the Daily Mail as a source FOREVER. Do not reblog, do not link, do not go to their site because they profit off ad traffic, and tell anybody you see doing any of these to immediately and permanently stop. We can’t run them into the ground but we can at least put a little dent in their profits and we can at least stop legitimising their bile by giving them anything other than negative attention.

50s-dad:

fivehundredrevolutions:

A handy guide to some of the terrible things the Mail has printed since 1924.

This barely scratches the surface, though, I find it hard to believe they didn’t do anything terrible between 1956 and 1984.

and yet people still use it as a source

leftists from outside the UK still use it as a source

you all need to stop using the Daily Mail as a source FOREVER. Do not reblog, do not link, do not go to their site because they profit off ad traffic, and tell anybody you see doing any of these to immediately and permanently stop. We can’t run them into the ground but we can at least put a little dent in their profits and we can at least stop legitimising their bile by giving them anything other than negative attention.

(Source: pleasesakurai)