Worlds Apart

a nurse turned soldier, a writer turned swordsman, a woman in a coma, and mysteries connecting the worlds she drifts between

kawaiimistake:

xelethaine:

mori-girl-life:

Saying Hello to the Dragon.

That is a fucking forest spirit and nobody will make me believe otherwise.


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kawaiimistake:

xelethaine:

mori-girl-life:

Saying Hello to the Dragon.

That is a fucking forest spirit and nobody will make me believe otherwise.

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(via queerhazeleyes)

gyomo:

scenery warm ups from twitter !!!

(via cptdave)

(Source: peregrint, via queerhazeleyes)

monolithzine:

The Road to Samarkand by Thomas Thiemeyer

monolithzine:

The Road to Samarkand by Thomas Thiemeyer

(via astralokean)

How to Write Women of Color and Men of Color if you are White.

kaylapocalypse:

A colleague of mine was talking to me recently about her misgivings about her capabilities regarding writing Women of Color. She wanted very badly to include several WOC characters in her sci-fantasy series, but she had some concerns about correct portrayal and writing…

zebrafeets-art:

A character dump from my senior project about Sedna, the Inuit goddess of the oceans. The kokogiak isn’t included in the original legend, but I thought he could be a neat boss or npc to encounter in-game. 

(via rufftoon)

hodge-podgery:

cuntravoid:

malformalady:

 An old tree stump with grass growing over it, Faroe Islands

are you stupid thats a unicorn

oh what I have to draw this

I love this unicorn

hodge-podgery:

cuntravoid:

malformalady:

An old tree stump with grass growing over it, Faroe Islands

are you stupid thats a unicorn

oh what I have to draw this

I love this unicorn

(via take-me-to-valhalla)

hexgoddess:

A mentally ill half fey girl who uses her teleportation powers to retreat from situations that are triggering into her glade where her enchanted animal friends comfort her.

An autistic mage who uses a spell shield to reduce the amount of sensory input that strikes her when she activates her magic senses, avoiding overload during key times in delicate spellcraft

A demon hunter in a wheelchair who has a wide range of built in devices to unpleasantly surprise any demons who get close to her. For the rest? The wide range of ingenious traps that she places everywhere she can in an area before the demon gets there. Strategy instead of guns blazing. She’s damn good at it too.

More disabled women in fantasy

(via queerhazeleyes)

“If you use magic in fiction, the first thing you have to do is put barriers up. There must be limits to magic. If you can snap your fingers and make anything happen, where’s the fun in that? … The story really starts when you put limits on magic. Where fantasy gets a bad name is when anything can happen because a wizard snaps his fingers. Magic has to come with a cost, probably a much bigger cost than when things are done by what is usually called ‘the hard way.’”

—    Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld series, on writing magic. (via theticklishpear)

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