# 15201's Basement
torania-cousland-theirin:

Is anyone else wondering why necromancers cook their soul gems? No? Just me?

Oh come on, It’s pretty obvious that they love soul food.

torania-cousland-theirin:

Is anyone else wondering why necromancers cook their soul gems? No? Just me?

Oh come on, It’s pretty obvious that they love soul food.

chippper:

for-redheads:

Ginger Animal of the Week

Caracal / Desert Lynx (Caracal caracal)

Photos  |   [1] Caracal by Sandra Metzbauer  |  [2] by Annafur  |  [3]  Tiny little kitten by Andreas Jansrud

screeches

art-of-swords:

Hand and a Half Sword with the coat of arms of the Holstein family of Reventlow

  • Dated: 1563
  • Culture: probably North German
  • Measurements: overall lenght 124.5 cm; handle lenght 22 cm; weight: approximately 1.6kg

The dated on the blade is referring to the The Northern Seven Years’ War between the Kingdom of Sweden and a coalition of Denmark–Norway, Lübeck and the Polish–Lithuanian union. The sword was part of a collection of weapons which was sold in Denmark, Gaunö, 1930.

The handle is composed of a wood grip with leather wrap and bell shaped pommel to act as a counter weight. The guard is simple set of straight quillons (22 cm wide) which has also a clam shell guard.

The blade is double edged with part of the reverse side holding an edge. The blade has a single fuller on either side and is inscribed with "NEC TEMERENEC TIMIDE AD 1563" and "INTER ARMA SILENT LEGE". Close to the guard you can also find several marking on either side of the blade and also the coat of arms on one side.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Antiques Armoury

mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - CosPlay

Some recent very cool photographs from Mitchell Frank Jimenez Jr. at a shoot with California Face & Body Art doing the tattoo/body paint design for this incredible Liliana cosplay.

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art-of-swords:

Arming Sword and Scabbard

  • Dated: circa 1550-1634
  • Culture: Spanish

Presented to the Royal Collection by Lord Fife on May 17th 1813, the arming sword features a steel hilt, pommel in form of ace of spades with saw edges above grip, covered in silver brass sheet chased with acanthus foliage, zigzags and masks. The blade is stamped with inscriptions.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Royal Collection Trust/Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II


This would be a fun island to be trapped on

This would be a fun island to be trapped on

art-of-swords:

Indian (Kutch) Gold-Plated Katar

  • Dated: 19th century
  • Measurements: height with scabbard 52cm / 20.5 in Height with mount 55 cm / 21.7 in

With slender tapering double-edged blade of flattened hexagonal section changing to stiff diamond section at the tip, the dagger has the forte etched and silver-gilt on each face with a panel of flowering foliage, and characteristic heavy fire-gilt copper-alloy hilt decorated throughout with panels of flowering foliage against a punched ground. It is presented in its original velvet-covered scabbard with gilt-brass mounts decorated en suite.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Peter Finer

bob-chan:

For some reason Alex and I come up with the weirdest crossovers ever. 

Some how the topic of Skyrim and Gravity Falls came up, and we decided that Mabel and Dipper would be Farkas and Vilkas. I tried to keep them loyal to both set of twins XD