injuredstarlight: <shoves microphone up> Can we take this as confirmation that Devoner waxes his chest? 

Okay for real, didn’t realize his chest was waxed. I’d imagined Dev is wonderfully hairy, but you’d have to ask HIM XD


iamallastonishment:

Well, hello there.

Miri&#8217;s a luuuuucky lady.
Mmhmm.

iamallastonishment:

Well, hello there.

Miri’s a luuuuucky lady.

Mmhmm.


Reblog this if your muse misses other rper’s muses when their mun is not online.

belyndrae:

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Bell misses a lot of people at all times…

Come back sooooon <3


slayboybunny:

slayboybunny:

when i grow up i want to be one of those square cows 

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IT’S DEV’S PEOPLE


For the next hour, my Muse will answer all question as a ten year old version of themselves.

myriadfantasy:

topplelock:

((Or at the biological aging equivalent of a human ten year old.))

No time limit though »


Write a Headcanon about my character

crusaderiadric:

tovakiin:

If it’s good, it will become official.

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Oh this could be REAL interesting! I’d love to see what people can come up with for Iadric!


Reblog this if it’s OK if I do drawings of your Character and send them to you.

alistairweekend:

doppelgangercomplex:

Sometimes I feel like drawing, but I don’t want to make you feel uncomfortable if it’s not your cup of tea.

ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS


Reblog if your muse has lost one or both of their parents.

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She came.
I honestly thought I&#8217;d never see her again. I never in my whole life would have thought she&#8217;d even read any of my letters, let alone respond to one by actually coming all the way to the North to visit.
For years I&#8217;ve gone over and over in my head just what I&#8217;d say to her when I saw her again. All the things I&#8217;d tell her she&#8217;d been wrong about, how I&#8217;d forgiven her treatment of me, how I&#8217;d become bigger than it.
And the moment I walked into the tavern and saw her&#8230;it was all gone. I was a little girl again, shivering and confused as to why my own mother, the woman who gave me life&#8230;was afraid of me.
But that familiar fear was tinged with something else. Shame. There was so much of it surrounding her, I was amazed she could stand. She wouldn&#8217;t even look at me at first. I was alright with that. I&#8217;m pretty sure I&#8217;d have ran if she had when I first walked in.
Reshuv&#8217;s surprising revelation about his father touched me; perhaps this was the Light telling me it was finally time to face the past. Its way of giving me that chance..and her the chance to make amends.
When I showed her and Sammy and Jaimie to their rooms, it was awkward. Beyond awkward. Sammy, bless her sweet little heart, filled the silence with questions about Ser Larrthor and the other knights of the house, while Jaimie rolled his eyes pretending to be unimpressed with the immensity of the keep. Light how I missed them.
Mother asked if she could put Robert to bed. So I let her. We didn&#8217;t say much more after he went to bed, but she did manage to at least touch my arm as she said goodnight. She&#8217;s trying at least, I can tell.
And that&#8217;s more than I could&#8217;ve ever hoped for.

She came.

I honestly thought I’d never see her again. I never in my whole life would have thought she’d even read any of my letters, let alone respond to one by actually coming all the way to the North to visit.

For years I’ve gone over and over in my head just what I’d say to her when I saw her again. All the things I’d tell her she’d been wrong about, how I’d forgiven her treatment of me, how I’d become bigger than it.

And the moment I walked into the tavern and saw her…it was all gone. I was a little girl again, shivering and confused as to why my own mother, the woman who gave me life…was afraid of me.

But that familiar fear was tinged with something else. Shame. There was so much of it surrounding her, I was amazed she could stand. She wouldn’t even look at me at first. I was alright with that. I’m pretty sure I’d have ran if she had when I first walked in.

Reshuv’s surprising revelation about his father touched me; perhaps this was the Light telling me it was finally time to face the past. Its way of giving me that chance..and her the chance to make amends.

When I showed her and Sammy and Jaimie to their rooms, it was awkward. Beyond awkward. Sammy, bless her sweet little heart, filled the silence with questions about Ser Larrthor and the other knights of the house, while Jaimie rolled his eyes pretending to be unimpressed with the immensity of the keep. Light how I missed them.

Mother asked if she could put Robert to bed. So I let her. We didn’t say much more after he went to bed, but she did manage to at least touch my arm as she said goodnight. She’s trying at least, I can tell.

And that’s more than I could’ve ever hoped for.