A day on a beach One day I went on my everyday walk along a small beach. It was a beautiful evening. A pleasant breeze was blowing from the sea and some fluffy clouds were slowly floating in the sky, towards the sinking sun.A day on a beach by Naeran
I couldn't resist the wish of cooling my feet in the water which was echoing all around me. I happily came closer to the edge and almost immediately felt the touch of incoming waves. I was happy. Not everyday I could stay there like I did that time. However, I knew that I couldn't spend my entire life sighing and standing in the water. Quite sad with that thought I went out of the sea and took the last look at the burning red orb which was trying to hide under the line of endless water.
Suddenly I felt something strange, like snakes rubbing on my legs. My body shivered almost immediately. In fact it was a really cold wind. I turned back to see what the source of this change was but I didn't expect what I saw...
I felt like in an other world. Anot
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Perhaps D&D owes its cultural notoriety to the religious backlash against it in the 80s, as well as the over-the-top depiction of fantasy gaming and its players
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Few phrases are more closely associated with the Game of Thrones fandom than this one. We know that winters in Game of Thrones are long, often lasting several years. It is also difficult for people in that world to predict when the seasons will change, the Citadel even has a special, rare breed of white raven they send out to deliver the news of the changing season. While this may just be the way that the seasons in the world of Game of Thrones
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Dragons in different universes abide by different rules; some are friendly, some are clever, some are pure evil, and some are trainable. What all dragons have in common is that in the realm of TV and movies, they need to look good to properly play their part in the story. There are hundreds of dragons that have shown up on
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Disclaimer: If you base a significant portion of your everyday decisions on information about your zodiac sign, stop reading, now. This investigation might cause severe repercussions in your world. We don’t want to be responsible for your emotional distress.
Okay, those of you who are still with us, let’s do a quick experiment.
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Was 1979 the most glorious year in world history?
I will give you three compelling arguments for why the answer is yes. For starters, it inspired the best pop–rock song about coming of age ever recorded: The Smashing Pumpkins’s 1979. Second, it is the year that gave us two groundbreaking developments in sci–fi filmmaking: Ridley Scott’
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Fairies have to be one thing or the other, because being so small they unfortunately have room for one feeling only at a time.”
— J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan
The fairie folk were (still are?) thought by the Celtic peoples to be an ancient race of tiny beings driven underground (literally; living now in mounds) or into the trees by modern humans. Other traditions deem them purely folkloric creatures, u
Outcast Odyssey Card Master Challenge Winners
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In the Outcast Odyssey Card Master Challenge, we asked you to design a new Witch/Warlock, Dragon/Monster, or Steampunk Warrior for use in the new Outcast Odyssey game, and the winners are in!
We were honored with judges of the highest possible calibre: contracted Outcast Odyssey artist and DeviantArt member Warren Louw, Senior Designer at Magic Pixel Games Jonathan Durr, and Mobile
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Their endless variations in skin coloring and tattoo–like designs are what draw the artists’ and photographers’ eyes. The chameleons even “change clothes” all day long, wanting to always be wearing the appropriate colors for the “room” they find themselves in.
Collection: The Warrior and the Mage
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“Preys of the thirst of blades and hunger of spells, what are we but witnesses of a war of two? Steel cloaks the hills as mist rises from the seas, and the night grows bright from shining swords and enchanted words. Whose blood will it be on the meadows, whose cry will echo the victory? When the drums are put to sleep, who will rule between the warrior and the mage?”
— TheMaidenInBlack of theWrittenRevolution
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The “Foundation” of modern science fiction
The early modern science fiction adventures written by Jules Verne and H.G. Wells pre–dated his by several decades, but it was Isaac Asimov whom the “Star Trek” generation of the 1960s thought of as being the “father” of modern hard sci–fi.
Only Arthur C. Clarke and Robert Heinlein a