1. kyerea:

    Tell me, O’ Child of LKHAN, do you know the tale your forefathers speak? Of the Woodland Man, and his wily ways?

    Around their hushed campfires, or under their warm blankets.

    They say an old man lurks in those elder woods. Past the mountains, and into the valley. The old man dwells in his woods, with a thirst that can never be quenched. A hunger that can never be sated.

    In those elder woods, the old man lurks. For he seeks that which can never be found. He desires what can never be touched. Yet all Men possessed it.

    So the elders warned, and bade the children to stay. For who could know the old man’s ways?

    Until one day, a child grew most curious about this tale. She wanted to venture o’er the mountains, and into the valley to find that old man. The old man, and his elder woods.

    She had packed a knapsack, full of food, water, and ale. The young girl quipped, “The old man must be so hungry, thirsty, and lonely in those woods! I can take care of him! Make him well!”

    She went o’er the mountains, into the valley, and found those elder woods… Undisturbed, and ancient. Far-and-wide she explored, but could find hair, nor tail, of the old man’s home.

    The little girl cried, and wailed, “Where are you old man? I’m tired, and scared.” It was then, the old man emerged… So wrinkled, and grey. The old man sat down next to her, and asked why she came.

    The child showered the old man with love, and praise. Gifting him with food, water, and ale. The old man, in those elder woods, told her he needed no such things. The old man, of those elder woods, told her he’s been waiting for one such as her. One with bravery, innocence, and purity of heart…

    "It’s the one thing, that all Men possess. The one thing that I crave. The knowledge of what makes you keep this faith." And so that old man, in those elder woods, devoured that young girl’s soul… Her memories, and self. From then on all would know his story, and spiel. Of the Woodland Man, and his sordid tale.

    The Woodland Man

    Part 1 of the “Cycle’s End” Trilogy

    (via skyrimistheway)

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  2. kyerea:

    Around the World

    Grim Winter Redux is still the best.

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  3. praxis22:

    kyerea:

    erenjaegrrr:

    overlypolitebisexual:

    finntastic31:

    overlypolitebisexual:

    hmmm i wonder what they used to take these pretentious fucking pictures if technology is so evil, jesus christ

    You don’t need a phone to take photos. It’s called a camera.

    HMMMMM I WONDER WHAT “TECHNOLOGY” MEANS AND WHAT A CAMERA MIGHT BE

    This is just a guess, but I’m pretty sure the pictures are meant to symbolize that we need to “unplug” from our phones. Most of us are “plugged-in” quite often. Whether it’s surfing the web, watching YouTube vids, or just checking Facebook/Twitter. Hell, most of the people who reblogged this probably did so from their phones.

    So… yeah. Thought the message was kind of simple in this set. Anyways, that’s my thought on the matter.

    Saw a tween/teenage boy yesterday sat on a childs swing at the park, with his head in a screen. barely moved all the time I was watching, then disappeared while I was near the stream with my son.

    The weird part of that incident, is that it’s completely normal/accepted as normal. Just remove your face from the screen, and do something else. Something else, that doesn’t involve your phone. It can literally be anything. But, of course, no one considers that. In fact, the vast majority of individuals that reblogged/liked this post did so in-order to shake their collective, young, and angst-filled fists at people who don’t understand their “hip, and technologically-advanced way”. In the process of having such a simplistic understanding of a message so basic, they completely missed the point the image set was attempting to make.

    The point is not whether you agree with the message or not, and honestly the photography could be better in these shots. Regardless, it doesn’t take a genius to “get” what the images are trying to “say”. Let alone the fact that there’s an entire website dedicated to this shit.

    Tumblr has suddenly made me feel very old, and very tired.

    (Source: notonappstore.com)

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  4. erenjaegrrr:

    overlypolitebisexual:

    finntastic31:

    overlypolitebisexual:

    hmmm i wonder what they used to take these pretentious fucking pictures if technology is so evil, jesus christ

    You don’t need a phone to take photos. It’s called a camera.

    HMMMMM I WONDER WHAT “TECHNOLOGY” MEANS AND WHAT A CAMERA MIGHT BE

    This is just a guess, but I’m pretty sure the pictures are meant to symbolize that we need to “unplug” from our phones. Most of us are “plugged-in” quite often. Whether it’s surfing the web, watching YouTube vids, or just checking Facebook/Twitter. Hell, most of the people who reblogged this probably did so from their phones.

    So… yeah. Thought the message was kind of simple in this set. Anyways, that’s my thought on the matter.

    (Source: notonappstore.com, via iamthekingofsass)

    Tagged #photography
     
  5. trainwiz:

    Finished enemy-ing and scripting the Brass Forest. Hope you like fabricant undead. I sure do.

    (via gameofdovahs)