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simonjadis:

the dialogue at every Orlesian ball is just

ruckawriter:

Michelle Rodriguez wants you to read LAZARUS.

(Well, actually, I think she wants to play Forever, but, you know, the one could lead to the other…).

Mostly, I’m blogging this because it’s MICHELLE RODRIGUEZ and she likes our book! And that’s reason enough. So there.

Nyah.

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Briala’s physical appearance

asolitaryrose:

I was originally going to send this to tinis at her request, but I thought why not sharing it with you guys, in case other artists or writer are interested?

There isn’t much to go by when it comes to Briala, and I assume the lack of physical description is intentional, so that we will fully discover her upon the release of Inquisition- - if we see her at all - but meanwhile, I personally am in need of fics and art, so plunder this post as you wish!

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gimpnelly:

Last week I wrote this piece for Comic Book Resources about the new Teen Titans #1 cover. The point of the piece was hey, there’s a broad demographic DC *could* be hitting with this book but the cover is certainly not made for that potential demographic. Instead, it’s more of the same-old,…

Elven Inquisitor in DA:I will be dalish

bjarru:

I can’t wait to see how vallaslins look like made with the new technology

Dalish are the best!

Not a confession. Would you guys know in what order I should read the Dragon age books on?

dragonageconfessions:

I believe the order is:

1) The Stolen Throne

2) The Calling

3) Asunder

4) The Masked Empire (Coming out April 8th)

5) Dragon Age: Last Flight (Coming out in August)

If I have the order of books off…I’m sure one of the followers will correct it.

As for what should you read…the first 3 really add to the lore and offer insight into some of the characters. The Stolen Throne really is a great read that offers insight about Loghain while The Calling has interesting stuff about the Wardens, the Darkspawn, Duncan, etc.

Perhaps our followers could offer some insight. :)

ruckawriter:

Image credit: Amnesty International

By Ian Millhiser, at ThinkProgress.

Only 22 nations that are not currently experiencing military conflicts carried out executions in 2013, according to a report by Amnesty International. Moreover, while the United States — with 39 executions in 2013 — ranks fifth overall in total executions, the death penalty is an increasingly regional affair within our nation’s borders. Only nine states, Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas and Virginia executed a person in 2013. Notably, Texas killed 16 of those 39 people, which is more than 40 percent of the total number of American executions.

U-S-A! U-S-A!