Who's Throne is it Anyway?

cidermoth:

I made improvements

cidermoth:

I made improvements


When I think of Jeff, I think of the person that put his life in peril and freed me from a state of servitude.





horseboyqueerstein:

biasexualpotterhead:

bri-ecrit:

frozenmusings:

kristoffbjorgman:

if you though Frozen Heart sounded incredible in English, wait until you listen to it in Norwegian

good lord.
Good lord.

UUNFF

…this may be the manliest single thing I have ever heard in my life. It sounds like a Viking drinking song.

I’m 1000% on board with this.

oh my god


BFFs


kamalakhameleon:

"This is why I hate shore leave…I swear, you park the ship for five minutes…"


dragon age: nations [7/?] FERELDEN

Ferelden is a nation in southwest Thedas best known as the likely birthplace of Andraste and the battleground of the Fifth Blight. It is home to significant communities of dwarves in Orzammar and Dalish elves in the Brecilian Forest. Life and politics in Ferelden have been historically turbulent, defined by ages of tribal rule and invasions by foreign armies. Signs of Ferelden’s Alamarri barbarian roots persist, even as the Chantry has taken firm hold of the nation’s social order. While chantries stand in every village and town, signs of the old deities remain a common sight. “The Fereldans are a puzzle,” Orlesian empress Celene I once wrote to a newly appointed ambassador in Denerim. “As a people, they are one bad day away from reverting to barbarism. They repelled invasions from Tevinter during the height of the Imperium with nothing but dogs and their own obstinate disposition.” In Ferelden, strength and courage are set above heritage and wealth. Any Fereldan man or woman worth their salt can make something of themselves. Nobles are respected. even revered, but to the common person they are not untouchable. 



dragonagestuff:

drighten:

77 by Sirinne

A-A-anders ç_ç

dragonagestuff:

drighten:

77 by Sirinne

A-A-anders ç_ç


sarcasticapostate:

I prefer to follow.

sarcasticapostate:

I prefer to follow.


greywardenmage:

We bear a sacred burden. For an age, we have protected the lands of men. But now, a blight is upon us and we dare not falter.


"There can be no peace."