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Everyone's dancing furiously

megatenn:

mitakita:

you can see the quality deteriorate

megatenn:

Do you ever have those moments where you think “all in all musubi doesn’t seem that bad”?

megatenn:

Do you ever have those moments where you think “all in all musubi doesn’t seem that bad”?

Soooo… I don’t know if anyone was wondering about the fact that I never post on here any more, but, well. Since pretty much all of my free time is now taken up by Final Fantasy XIV and FFXIV roleplay, I’ve not had much time to go on here. There are other reasons why I’m not really very active on here or other social networks but yeah. 

I’ll definitely still post on here in future if I feel like it but for the moment I’m using my FF blog, rivenroad often (as well as my roleplay blogs). So I don’t know, if you’re interested or want to contact me you might like to follow that!

animedads:

I hung out at Rowan's free company's house this morning and while trying to jump onto things we shouldn't normally be able to jump onto we clipped through and subsequently got stuck underneath the shelves and couldn't escape (twice; my shelf fiasco not pictured)

IT WAS HARROWING…

teenidolevilking:

white backgrounds i am boring! 

also this:

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livvyplaysfinalfantasy:

There’s something really disturbing about this woman’s attitude. She hardly seems opposed to the idea that so many people living in Sector 1 had to die for AVALANCHE’s cause. Most of what troubles her is that their deaths were frightening and painful. It’s as though she sees the deaths of so many Midgar citizens as inevitable.

mollythoughts/ but then again, this woman lives in the slums of midgar - arguably the worst part of the entire world to live in (with maybe the exception of lower junon). since we don’t get a look at what the other slums look like, we only have 7 and 5 to go on, and they’re not exactly portrayed as the exemplar place to live. it’s mentioned before you even get to the slums - these people don’t live here because they want to. VII is a pretty shady game in some aspects, and right now i’m thinking mostly about the turks and all of the on-the-side stuff that Shinra does, but it really wouldn’t surprise me if poverty is absolutely rampant and there are people dying in the slums every day. i’m also now thinking of the sick general in the pipe. sure, it might not be a kind thing to say, but this woman’s logic might not be particular to just her. she’s talking about a majority of people that probably don’t have the same living circumstances as people in the slums, but with only a single point of view to go on, it’s understandable at least to me that she wouldn’t want their suffering to be prolonged like some peoples’.

livvyplaysfinalfantasy:

You don’t even want to know.

livvyplaysfinalfantasy:

You don’t even want to know.

alfronaut:

happy valentine’s day

alfronaut:

happy valentine’s day

unitamente:

i know its a few chapters late but here’s a somewhat weird redraw of this

unitamente:

i know its a few chapters late but here’s a somewhat weird redraw of this

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You'll believe anything he tells you here, won't you? Whether 
obvious lie or painful truth, he'll always be your most
trusted friend.

clittl:

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Where’s my master? What did I do wrong?