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20th August 2014

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20th August 2014

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I won’t let you down, Shepard.

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20th August 2014

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20th August 2014

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empresscorvo:

Imagine in Inquisition, Varric yells “How many have you got Hawke?”, noticing they didn’t reply, he looks around only to realize that he’s not with Hawke anymore.

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20th August 2014

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Mass Effect Numbers Meme / Three Quotes [1/3] → 
"One big happy ass-kicking family!"

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20th August 2014

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tropius:

holmes-less:

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calmility:

the fastest word i can type is motherlode

almost 70,000 people get this joke like is a fandom thing or can you all must type motherlode really fast what is going on

NO ONE SAY ANYTHING

i dont get it

18th August 2014

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18th August 2014

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The Sky-Hook is a melee weapon and means of transportation throughout Columbia on its Sky-Lines. The Sky-Hook was originally inspired by adventurous teenagers using the Sky-Lines for joyriding; with makeshift tools which would later result in broken necks. Although citizens credit Jeremiah Fink for the Sky-Hook, it was actually created by R.J. Pickwick through his company’s sponsor, Fink Manufacturing. The Sky-Hook was used by workers to perform maintenance on Sky-Lines. It was later utilized by the Police as an essential tool for catching criminals, including the Vox Populi. Sky-Hooks are powerfully magnetized to the freight hooks and Sky-Lines in Columbia, allowing their users to make death-defying leaps from point-to-point with the knowledge that they will automatically latch on. Additionally, the Sky-Hook’s bladed scoops and rotary motor allow it to be used as a lethal, if messy, melee weapon. If Elizabeth is nearby when the execution happens, she will usually give a disgusted reaction.    x

The Sky-Hook is a melee weapon and means of transportation throughout Columbia on its Sky-Lines. The Sky-Hook was originally inspired by adventurous teenagers using the Sky-Lines for joyriding; with makeshift tools which would later result in broken necks. Although citizens credit Jeremiah Fink for the Sky-Hook, it was actually created by R.J. Pickwick through his company’s sponsor, Fink Manufacturing. The Sky-Hook was used by workers to perform maintenance on Sky-Lines. It was later utilized by the Police as an essential tool for catching criminals, including the Vox Populi. Sky-Hooks are powerfully magnetized to the freight hooks and Sky-Lines in Columbia, allowing their users to make death-defying leaps from point-to-point with the knowledge that they will automatically latch on. Additionally, the Sky-Hook’s bladed scoops and rotary motor allow it to be used as a lethal, if messy, melee weapon. If Elizabeth is nearby when the execution happens, she will usually give a disgusted reaction.    x

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18th August 2014

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dragon age protagonists and their titles

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This war has brought us pain and suffering and loss. But it’s also brought us together—as soldiers, allies, friends. This bond that ties us together is something the Reapers will never understand. It’s more powerful than any weapon, stronger than any ship. It can’t be taken or destroyed.
This war has brought us pain and suffering and loss. But it’s also brought us together—as soldiers, allies, friends. This bond that ties us together is something the Reapers will never understand. It’s more powerful than any weapon, stronger than any ship. It can’t be taken or destroyed.

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