The world was the Pokémon world but instead of the humans training the Pokémon, the Pokémon trained the humans. Each person had their own types. However, the training only consisted of them teaching us metronome and further chaos ensued.
"The sight I give you is a gift. The sight I take, a curse. You will not miss it, child."
I had started working on this last week and am very happy with how it turned out! I had said on the ask that featured Chaos Klara that I loved the design and would do more, so here she is <3
Who knows this might end up being her fate now that the RPG is over 👀
Noise Marine-chan found a bunch of obscure texts, describing some powerful and very evil sonic weapon from the end of the second millenium.
He discovered ancient recordings and some kind of non-holovid. At first he didn't quite grasp the possibilities. But after the Emperor's Children now successfully have rickrolled not only Guilliman and - just because he was there - Abaddon, but also annoyed Angron to tears, drove a random band of Harlequins even madder and plunged a whole battlefield into utter confusion, when they replaced the warhorn of a Reaver with Rick Astley's masterpiece, Noise Marine-chan is now as determined as ever, to find even more ancient sonic weapons.
These little friends are Swiftdeath fighters from Battlefleet Galaxy, because I'm not masochistic enough to scratchbuild these teeny tiny little starfighters. I still have bombers & assault pods left to do, which are nice little side projects while I paint up the Carnage that I built.
Restored film of San Francisco's Market Street version of a film shot on April 14, 1906, four days before the Great Earthquake,
The information below was kindly supplied by @powerwordkilll Thank you!
The original 13-minute film is A Trip Down Market Street, which was shot and produced by the Miles Brothers. It was preserved in the Library of Congress and Prelinger Archives, and in 2018, Adrianne Finelli digitized and uploaded the footage for the Internet Archive. Now in 2020, Denis Shiryaev restored, upscaled and colorized the film. Shiryaev’s channel has even more restored footage, so check it out if you’re interested.
Noise Marine-chan is something like an archaeologist, you could say. Accompanied by his trusty Callahan Full-bore Auto-lock-Doom Siren Vera (SCNR ... I'll be in my bunk), he is on a quest to find the earliest examples of music used as a weapon in human history.
Today he has found something he likes very much. He still doesn't know what "stick it to the man" means - and his warband colleagues only had very Slaanesh-specific ideas for explanations, most of which required him to take off his clothes - but he nevertheless likes this kind of music just fine.