KotOR/SWtOR
"Uhhhh Lord Ailuron, you okay?"
"This festering bag of fish-dicks doesn’t think I can see the difference between scrub-ass Narsh backalley tech and Rakata. I am haVING a moment.”
"Do fish even have…Okay."

"Uhhhh Lord Ailuron, you okay?"

"This festering bag of fish-dicks doesn’t think I can see the difference between scrub-ass Narsh backalley tech and Rakata. I am haVING a moment.”

"Do fish even have…Okay."

6 plays

This might just be the ending of the life I’ve held so dear, but I won’t run; there’s no turning back from here.

*pets faaaaaaace*

*pets faaaaaaace*

Girls’ Night Out
(usually doesn’t involve this many lightsabers)

Girls’ Night Out

(usually doesn’t involve this many lightsabers)

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azhuresunsoar replied to your post “How do you come up with the animals that represent your characters the best? Those are some of my favorite posts but doing that for my own characters is so difficult!”

You need to read Last Flight, the new dragon age book. you really really do.

I take it that falconry is reeeally relevant to the Wardens in that era. Oh boy.

How do you come up with the animals that represent your characters the best? Those are some of my favorite posts but doing that for my own characters is so difficult!
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I’m glad you enjoy those. I have a lot of fun with them!

It varies, really. Usually it’s a combination of appearance-related stuff and a big backlog of archetypical/mythological association.

For example: I got to Ellekai as burrowing owl because the roundish, pale face with darker markings, bright-gold laser stare, and perpetually-annoyed expression tend to make her look like one even before you factor in other things like and wide-sleeved, wing-like robes and tufted, beak-y headgear. One thing that helped it stick for me, and probably resonates with other people is that her being a superlative nerd (and a couple of other things, like a patron of soldiers) is consonant with other, very old associations that people tend to carry around for owls.

Sometimes that association is something that I put together relatively early in the process of creating a character (the motif of gyrfalcons was one of the first things about my DA:O Warden, Liadan, that occurred to me). Other times, like with Ellekai, it’s something that happens a lot later.

modins:

owloveyou

modins:

owloveyou

pixelpandemic:

Galactic Stronghold Wishlist

[This will be a post about system changes/ideas. Decorations will be in other post(s).]

- The ability to scale the size of an item via slider.

- A slider to adjust the height of floor coverings. I would rather have my characters’ feet look like they are sinking in a plush rug than have certain floors *cough*Coruscant Balcony*cough* clip through the rugs.

- HOOKS ON TABLES. That, combined with a size slider could make for some awesome custom table arrangements.

- Number of squares = number of hooks you can use. None of this “you have 3000 hooks but can only use 375 of them” nonsense.

- NPC/creature limit to be increased. It’s far too restrictive. :(

- Future stronghold options on Voss, Alderaan, Tython, and Korriban.

- The option for your placed companion to be in holo form or in person.

- The option to place your player characters like companions.

- Useful terminals, like Weekly/Daily missions and travel terminals.

Feel free to reblog and add your own!

-Voss is as difficult to justify for lore reasons as it is gorgeous (Manaan and Makeb are in that category too), but I’d like stronghold options for Alderaan, Corellia, Tython, Korriban, and/or Ilum (temples/retreats/research sites), and, since ships as personal living spaces can’t be a thing, a Port-Nowhere-style orbital station.

-A key/access level that allows visitors other than the owner to pick up, drop, and rearrange, but not run off with decorations. I’d love to help swank up the pads of my less-domestically-inclined friends!

-The ability to rotate decorations on the Z axis, i.e., to tip furniture over.

-Mannequins/racks for displaying wearable assets like armor and weapons

*listens to Mystverse soundtracks while sewing*

*notes a particular noise that emerges out of the orderly, measured, baroque-motor-rhythm progress of Atrus’s Theme a couple of times, like a canid’s howl or the kind of beside-one’s-self cry that most adult humans only have occasion to do a couple of times in their lives*  Huh. Iiiinteresting.

*stitches away, Same noise happens again*

*checks track listing*

Catherine’s Prelude

Okay, there’s no way that was an accident. I see what u did thar mister Miller.