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catandcrown · a day ago
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This is Gladys Balmer. She lived a very calm, pleasant life in a small town where she ran a funeral home with her husband before he passed. away a few years ago. Her children, grand and greatgrandchildren have long since moved away but keep in touch and visit often. When she is mysteriously gifted with the power to heal use the magics of a cleric, she decided to sell her business, visit the capital city, and enlist in the Levelling Guild, where she meets our campaigns group. She is an 80-year-old halfling woman and she is so much fun to play as.
Totally delightful, kind and happy to help, but also have the wisdom and fierceness of someone who has lived a long time in a world that can sometimes have monsters jump out of portals. She has a love of knitting, collecting teapots, reading romance novels and baking, and the treats she prepares for our group with her shield (that doubles as a pan when assembled) offer little magical boosts to their health too. I am really happy with the design of her clothes, armour, all her gear, and particularly her shortbread-inspired spirit guardians.
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alrauna · a day ago
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Jamie Beck (@jamiebeck.co)
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bee-doop · a day ago
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The age of some characters from Maya and the Three
Tr. Spanish/Español:
La edad de algunos personajes de Maya y los Tres
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sylviaritter · a day ago
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Speedpainting 28112021
https://www.deviantart.com/sylviaritter/art/Speedpainting-28112021-899227957
Created with Krita. Copyright © 2021 Sylvia Ritter. www.sylvia-ritter.com, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.
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hatteri · a day ago
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Here’s a Moth/Bee inspired monster girl that I designed for fun. I’m calling her “Bo”. Had so much fun working on this! 
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typhlonectes · 2 days ago
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Before I wade in to this, let me first clarify an important point - what is captive-rearing? A lot of people who rear monarchs seem to confuse or conflate the terms captive-rearing with captive-breeding. These terms are sometimes also conflated in journalist pieces around monarchs too, which doesn’t help matters. Captive breeding is when captive adult monarchs are allowed to mate in captivity and lay eggs on propagated milkweed. Usually this is only done in commercial (monarch breeding) operations. Captive-rearing refers to anyone who collects wild eggs or larvae from their yards or neighborhoods, and then brings them into captivity (inside or outside) until they metamorphose into adults, and then are set free… Now, let me tell you about my survey. A few weeks ago, I sent out an email to as many scientists that I could think of that currently study, or have studied, monarchs. This amounted to a couple dozen people. I am purposely not going to provide their names here, so that these scientists would remain anonymous. But, know that each of the people I emailed has legitimate expertise on this topic. In my email I asked the group for their assistance in participating in this simple online survey, where they could answer some basic questions about rearing. I also explicitly told them that their answers would remain anonymous - I didn’t want anyone to withhold their opinions for fear of being yelled at by someone! Despite this, I still ended up with only 14 people who were willing to provide answers. And, of these 14 scientists, two of them answered “no opinion” on each question. Perhaps this says something about the controversy around this topic… But, I am confident that the people that did answer the questions were legit experts on this topic. And the fact that there were 12 experts who provided answers means that this should be taken as the “majority” opinion among researchers…
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ishikorokoroishi · an hour ago
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mvaljean525 · 2 days ago
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The Spoonsize Boys steal the dollhouse toys while the cat by the fire is curled. Then away they floats in their eggshell boats, down the drains to their underground world.
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The Anubis Gates
Tim Powers  (B.1952)
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Graphic - Miladyphotography
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datura21 · a day ago
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Projection de diapositives avec sculpture intégrée et rétroprojecteur de conférences avec intégration d’éléments transparents
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