I am so sorry for being MIA, but i’ve been extremely busy with school. I’m also going to make a new layout for my gifhunts, and i’ll be finishing the request list hopefully soon.
little irrevevant test thing I’ve wanted to do
reblog if you’re an RPCHA/Any RP Help Blog, etc. and let’s see how many reblogs we get!
les go les rock
The Sage School has been around for centuries, the ideal training academy for magical families to send their children. It has a reputation for producing some of the best and most talented light witches of all time. But this year will be different from most. A new batch of students is arriving. But what they do not know, is that some among them are spies for Knoxus, a small, secret group of practicing dark witches. As dark magic begins to slowly infiltrate their institution, their faculty, and their halls, the witches of The Sage School may be headed for a war they never saw coming.
The Sage School is a BRAND NEW Glee AU RP with many open characters. No set endgames. Some multiples but not for all characters. ( Sage is a dark RP. Themes may be mature )
We should always write what we know. But oftentimes, we have to branch out into unfamiliar waters. We have to research. Pick one area you’ve had to research for your antagonist and describe what you had to do.
- What is that area?
- Did you interview any professionals? (For example, I had to interview a couple astrophysicists)
- Did you have to purchase dictionaries for jargon/slang? (Had to do this in order to describe constructing a building)
- Did you go out and experience the area yourself? Say your antagonist is an archer. Did you go out and practise archery to get a feel for it so you could write from experience?
- What were your references?
- Did you have to adjust anything to apply it to your antagonist’s world/culture? For example, take modern medicine and coin primitive terms for ointments, antibiotics. Or go the other way and take modern medicine and advance it a thousand years into the future? I use Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials as a good example. ‘Amber’ became ‘anbar.’ ‘Science’ became ‘experimental theology.’
Page 03: About Page
- It slides, but I don’t have a fancy video taking software of my screen so sadly I can’t show you that. You’ll just have to see the live preview to figure it out!
- The image is 230 by 290!
- If you want to change the background of it, find it under the div blue and scrollbar.
songs you could have been listening to yesterday || for when you need some new jams that you’ve probably never heard before
greenback boogie - ima robot | do you want to - franz ferdinand | this head i hold - electric guest | le disko - shiny toy cars | be your bro - those darlins | through being cool - saves the day | walking on a dream - empire of the sun | it’s getting boring by the sea - blood red shoes | true affection - the blow | talk to me, dance with me - hot hot heat | shempi - ratatat | nothing to worry about - peter bjork and john | mr. maker - the kooks | 22 - lily allen | cold - blood red shoes | 1940 (amplive remix) - the submarines | sour cherry - the kills | ambling amp - yeasayer | none shall pass - aesop rock | west coast - coconut records | my girls - animal collective | ladies of cambridge - vampire weekend | my moon my man (grizzly bear remix) - feist | the exit - forgive durden | m79 - vampire weekend | mouthwash - kate nash | if i ever feel better - phoenix | cigarettes in the theater - two door cinema club | such great heights - the postal service | istanbul - they might be giants | echoes - the rapture | riot radio - the dead 60s | constant conversations - passion pit | happy again - iwan rheon | #stupidfacedd - wallpaper | hello again - michael gregory | ready for the floor - lizzy trullie | sleazy bed track - the bluetones | helena beat - foster the people | kiss my sass - cobra starship
EDITED THEME #6
All the credit goes to tashabartons and steferine. I was bored and it’s kinda shitty and the graphics are meant to be for my roleplay. Message me if you’ll have any trouble. Like if you’re taking.
Opportunities abound for describing lachrymal lamentations. Here are twenty synonyms for cry, plus some related expressions.