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jazelock asked: I ever tell you about the time Keith and I were playing this game called Dungeons and Dragons, and Keith went to pick up this rope, but then it turned out to be like a ninety foot long snake?

hawkysu:

Lesson learned: don’t trust handsome young men to tell you the truth about ropes or snakes

Especially snakes

transistored:

ok sorry bastion tag i hope you’re not sick of this but i wanted to also share my favorite bastion mashup. aND IT JUST USES TWO BASTION SONGS??

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vinegod:

World’s Worst Cowboy 🏇 by Logan Paul

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jbkats:

"paramore was pulled off tour for a week when hayley was 16 because her mom grounded her" is the funniest thing i’ve ever heard

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Anonymous asked: Dude the gamecube sucked

jakesus:

This is sparkle poi! Poi was created in New Zealand by the Maori people. It is the rhythmic spinning of weights on string. Modern versions include glow poi and sparkle poi. Glow poi uses LEDs or glowsticks to create colorful patterns, and sparkle poi uses lit steel wool. As the steel wool burns, parts fly off causing the effect seen above. I would guess a blue filter has been added, as it normally looks like this

jakesus:

This is sparkle poi! Poi was created in New Zealand by the Maori people. It is the rhythmic spinning of weights on string. Modern versions include glow poi and sparkle poi. Glow poi uses LEDs or glowsticks to create colorful patterns, and sparkle poi uses lit steel wool. As the steel wool burns, parts fly off causing the effect seen above. I would guess a blue filter has been added, as it normally looks like this

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godheadcomplex:

godheadcomplex:

hanging out w/ friends:

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people who reblogged this + tagged it “but replace naruto with ______” youre weak YOURE WEAK 

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ceasepool:

supersharpshooter1995:

my brother just came into my room so excited to show me these photos of a pigeon he met

nice

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wesschneider:

Major thanks to everyone sharing the links to the Pathfinder RPG’s free, online hardcovers!

Whether you play Pathfinder using a shiny hardcover tome, a sleek PDF, or the always accessible Pathfinder Reference Document, we’ve tried to assure that folks can enjoy the Pathfinder RPG regardless of their financial situation. What’s most important is that gamers have the opportunity to play, share their creativity, and have amazing adventures with friends new and old.

So, if you missed them, click below for chapter-by-chapter links to the following books. Or check out the Pathfinder Reference Document for the rules content from all of Paizo’s major rules tomes.

Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook

Pathfinder RPG Bestiary

Pathfinder RPG GameMastery Guide

Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Magic

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Combat

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Equipment

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Campaign

Also, since no one seems to be tired of these yet, I’ve just posted links to some of our more recent hard covers—like last summer’s major release, Mythic Adventures. So be sure to take a look and share them as well.

Thanks again for checking out the Pathfinder RPG, for playing, and most of all for sharing all your fantastic stories!

~W

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gaaaaaaasp:

shotagamzee:

skykoi:

Yer a wizard, Eri

favourite picture of all time

omg

gaaaaaaasp:

shotagamzee:

skykoi:

Yer a wizard, Eri

favourite picture of all time

omg

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