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There was a beautiful plain surrounded by a forest and a river with a bridge crossing it. The sun was getting ready to disappear for the day and so the sky had an orange hue. The green turf was darkening while the sky darkened[alongside the sky] and for a while that was a nice and lovely place. But maybe soon it would stop existing. Many things in that world would
Updated March 3rd, 2016 at 11:48 AM by JetKinen
So since I'm going on vacation to Japan from the 7th to the 27th of March (well I leave on the 6th, but won't actually be in Japan until the 7th), together with lots of others (16 people I think), and since we're planning on doing a lot of different stuff while we're there (we've been planning for 2 years), I figure I might write some blog posts here (with pictures, which I assume I'll be taking a lot of) from time to time about what I'm doing while I'm over there, for anyone who's interested, assuming
An old factory in my town. This building happened to be the prettiest. Now, what did I do?
There was a rather suspect ladder going up to the roof, and since nobody posted a sign...
The top of the building. Really nothing more than a number of rusted ventilation and electrical fixtures, with a smattering of lichen around the damper spots.
Dolly here again with another silly AU
So the premise here would be that following the Age of the Gods that some shake up in the world, I was thinking the appearance of some kind of monstrous god or dragon deity, or something that resulted in monsters flourishing like crazy. Humans, unable to compete with so many different races, begin dying off at an alarming rate. So peace is eventually forged, somehow, between humans and monsters and regular interbreeding begins. This leads to an
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Between work, workouts, running an RPG, weather, illness, family dramas, my occasional fixation on something old/new . . . *Shakes head* It'd be easier to say when I haven't had the time or energy to write in the last couple of weeks - the answer to which is "nearly always."