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wastelandporn:

Faces of the Underworld

seethedivide:

Alternative Fallout 1 Ending

- Turning into a super mutant

Fallout 1 had the coolest endings.

julialepetit:

Took about 10 minutes this morning to vent my frustration over a few of the comments we get. Sometimes the internet forgets we’re people. 

Sometimes I forget I’m people.

affectivedisorder:

Mannimarco, The King of Worms.

affectivedisorder:

Mannimarco, The King of Worms.

(Source: guartist)

nerdsandgamersftw:

War Never Changes
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nerdsandgamersftw:

War Never Changes

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galoogamelady:

Second commission for ManyRegretsz!

xxyxxyz:


"Lord of Plots, Deceiver of Nations, Devourer of Trinimac. The Queen of Shadows, Goddess of Destruction, He-Who-Destroys and She-Who-Erases…Many are our lord’s lofty names, but they befit only us mortals. Intone her mighty names from now until the end of time - it is for naught. Names mean nothing to our Lord. She cares for those who care for themselves, whose hearts are full of purpose, whose lives are full of deeds."

―Priestess of Boethiah

Boethiah is the Daedric prince who rules over deceit, conspiracy, secret plots of murder, assassination, treason, and unlawful overthrow of authority. Boethiah is depicted as a great caped warrior, often in a stoic pose. She is also known as the Anticipation of Almalexia. Boethiah loves competition and battle, and this nature is manifested in her quest in Oblivion, transporting the player to her realm of Oblivion for a tournament to decide who is truly worthy of Goldbrand, an enchanted katana with a gold-colored blade.
Heralded by the Prophet Veloth, Boethiah is the original god-ancestor of the Dark Elves. Through her illuminations, the eventual ‘Chimer’, or Changed Folk, renounced all ties to the Aldmer and founded a new nation based on Daedric principles. All manner of Dark Elven cultural ‘advances’ are attributed to Boethiah, from philosophy to magic to ‘responsible’ architecture. Ancient Velothi allegories are uniformly heroic successes of Boethiah over enemies of every type, foundation stories of Chimeri struggle.
Like all Daedra, Boethiah does not have a gender in the traditional, human sense. In traditional depictions of the Daedric Lord, she appears as a strong, caped warrior wielding a giant golden Katana. However, she is depicted occasionally as a man. Her followers claim she is the most overtly acting of all Daedric Princes. She appears to enjoy battle and conflict, and her cults often stage huge tournaments to the death to win her favor.

xxyxxyz:

"Lord of Plots, Deceiver of Nations, Devourer of Trinimac. The Queen of Shadows, Goddess of Destruction, He-Who-Destroys and She-Who-Erases…Many are our lord’s lofty names, but they befit only us mortals. Intone her mighty names from now until the end of time - it is for naught. Names mean nothing to our Lord. She cares for those who care for themselves, whose hearts are full of purpose, whose lives are full of deeds."
―Priestess of Boethiah


Boethiah is the Daedric prince who rules over deceit, conspiracy, secret plots of murder, assassination, treason, and unlawful overthrow of authority. Boethiah is depicted as a great caped warrior, often in a stoic pose. She is also known as the Anticipation of Almalexia. Boethiah loves competition and battle, and this nature is manifested in her quest in Oblivion, transporting the player to her realm of Oblivion for a tournament to decide who is truly worthy of Goldbrand, an enchanted katana with a gold-colored blade.

Heralded by the Prophet Veloth, Boethiah is the original god-ancestor of the Dark Elves. Through her illuminations, the eventual ‘Chimer’, or Changed Folk, renounced all ties to the Aldmer and founded a new nation based on Daedric principles. All manner of Dark Elven cultural ‘advances’ are attributed to Boethiah, from philosophy to magic to ‘responsible’ architecture. Ancient Velothi allegories are uniformly heroic successes of Boethiah over enemies of every type, foundation stories of Chimeri struggle.

Like all Daedra, Boethiah does not have a gender in the traditional, human sense. In traditional depictions of the Daedric Lord, she appears as a strong, caped warrior wielding a giant golden Katana. However, she is depicted occasionally as a man. Her followers claim she is the most overtly acting of all Daedric Princes. She appears to enjoy battle and conflict, and her cults often stage huge tournaments to the death to win her favor.

sheenadraws:

Nikki told me last night that Yes Man’s voice actor is a stand-up comedian and I just had to draw this.

sheenadraws:

Nikki told me last night that Yes Man’s voice actor is a stand-up comedian and I just had to draw this.

(Source: fnv)