tallowe4lyfe:

This comic is from an AU that we have… in which Marlowe and Talbot survive the events of Iram, but the end of U3 plays out similarly. Marlowe is still (nearly) buried alive, and Talbot, believing that she’s dead, still attempts to throw his life away in a final act of vengeance against Drake.

This, of course, disturbs Marlowe since Talbot was meant to succeed her as the leader of the organization, and it brings to light his self-destructive nature and how he cares for her over anything else… including her life’s work.  By putting no value in his own life, Talbot proves incapable. Essentially, he fails her, because he loves her so deeply.

 Marlowe becomes distant and cold, believing that her veiled romance with Talbot ultimately caused his lack of independence. Of course, it also means that it’s far too late to start over. What’s done is done, and she has to live with the consequences of having chosen Talbot as her lover as well as her second-in-command… a choice that she had difficulty with from the start.

Although they still live at her manor, Marlowe begins to ignore Talbot completely, unable to forgive what he’s done. It’s absolute hell on Talbot, as he’s left wondering if they’ll ever return to normalcy, or if he could make it up to her somehow. This comic occurs several months after Iram. 

Nate enjoys the booty #2

These please me so much like I can’t even. Nathan Drake and his butt obsession truly speaks to my soul ♥

deltastic:

mionight12:

somaperies:

potages:

gryffindor girls kissing slytherin girls 

gryffindor girls taking slytherin girls on adventures into the forbidden forest and getting them into situations where the slytherin cunning kicks in and gets them out alive

gryffindor girls defending their slytherin girlfriends w/ all their heart 

Oblivious Hufflepuff girls being romanced by Slytherin girls tho

Ravenclaw girls using their witty charm to seduce all the other girls.

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I drew this of me and Linds back in 2012 when the Pottermore sorting hat first happened and we ended up as Slytherin and Gryffindor and I joked about us having a secret starcrossed romance of opposite houses and omg woops ahahaahahahahahahahaahhahaha yeahineversawthatonecoming x_x;;;;

That whole first section gave me so many feels and reminded me of this so here you go <3 thanks OP <3

It’s true :I Slytherins and Gryffindors make the best couples dontcha know ;D DAT FORBIDDEN LOVE~

I will always love this pic. But not as much as I love youuuu *~* ♥♥♥

Life has a truly funny way.

deltastic:

BUY MY CLOTHES <3

So I’m doing some closet cleaning to make some room for newer things! While most things are going to the garage sale… I realize that a lot of clothes in my closet I’ve been keeping not because I wear them anymore… but because they’re so cool T_T They’re some of my personal collection from over the years, including a handful of ones from Japan and oldschool Tripp. 

They either don’t quite fit me or they’ve just been in my closet too long, but I’d love to see them go to a good home where they will be loved!! A lot of these I’ve had forever (prob approx 10 years old) but they’ve been well taken care of, and any issues are listed.

All chest measurements are made across the front of the garment under the armpits laid flat :) I am a small short person, so they’re all tiny angry woman-sized.

Shipping on each item is $5 USA/Domestic, and international shipping depends on where you’re at :) All prices USD! Pay with PayPal. Plz message me if interested, either here or my email just “delborovic” on gmail !

PUNKY SHIRT $15
size: (it is a mystery??)  chest width: 15.5”
Epic punky Japan shirt. Engrish everywhere, a belt buckle separated collar, and the bottom half of the shirt is half-zipped and half-safteypinned which both really work :) Missing one of the original safety pins from the back. You can supplement your own!

TRIPP DRESS $10
size: XS chest width: 15.5”
Classic Tripp dress with zippered breast pockets, elliplets and cincher belts on the hips. Plain on the back. It’s a faded charcoal grey color, with red accents under the belts and collar. I think it once had a tie, but probably is lost in Savannah, GA somewhere. 

TRIPP HALTER $15
Size: S chest width: 15.5” (boned but stretchy)
Beautiful grey pinstriped Tripp halter that I really wish fit me better. Has belts for adjusting in the back and on the back of the neck. Has a lacetopped panel inside so it looks like you’re wearing a shirt underneath. Zips open to wear and has boning all the way around. Included a photo of me, since it’s hard to see what it looks like flat!

JACKET $10
size: M chest width:  17”
Cute military-style jacket. Never could find anything to match it- it’s a medium blue-grey with mustard accents and aged gold buttons. Maybe something your closet would work with it?? Missing two buttons as pictured. 

BLACK SHIRT $5
size: (my clothes wut) chest width: 14” (very stretchy!)
This is just a classic gothy shirt- it’s a super stretchy fabric that’s silky-soft to the touch. Has swoopy seams in the front that make it look almost corset-y, and a tiny scalloped neckline. I’ve been loathe to let it go since these kinda shirts are not in fashion and hard to find, but it just doesn’t work with anything I have. Photo so you can tell what this dealile looks like!

FRENCH SHIRT $5
size: (mysterious japan??) chest width:  15”
A wonderful Japan shirt I don’t wear anymore but was keeping because it’s amazing. If you speak French, read it and weep. The shirt itself is asking for a shirt in aquamarine instead of this color. It’s always made me happy. Stretchy bright red fabric with a second layer of fishnet over top, so it looks like it’s dark red. 

MAGNIFICENTLY SHIRT $5
size: 79-87cm M chest width: 15”
A shirt with asymmetrical pointed hemline, scooped back with criss-cross designy straps, and proclaims “MAGNIFICENTLY” in white over a temple. I don’t know what else I can say about this majestic thing. A bit faded, but still good :)

You can wear my girlfriend’s clothes, if you want. Just don’t pretend you’re her… my detective skills are strong.

mockeryd:

hvit-ravn:

We are Groot

Yes, this how they sleep! It’s a head canon!

mockeryd:

hvit-ravn:

We are Groot

Yes, this how they sleep! It’s a head canon!

godbless-st-cyr:

My heart.

Banjo the Raccoon and Buddy the Cat playing together

False Caption By Another Source: This raccoon never left the side of a cat who was dying of a tumor. The cat was comforted for the final hours of her life by her long time friend.

May I just explain to everyone that has since reblogged the Banjo and Buddy gif set?

Buddy was not dying. I found it from a source that held only one of the gifs. When I went to research to see if it was a true claim, I found nothing. So I apologize for the mix up and mistakes.

Credit lies here

It’s me and Del! ;-; ♥

johnhannahs:

Loretta young, Janet Gaynor and Constance Bennett photographed for Ladies In Love (1936)

johnhannahs:

Loretta young, Janet Gaynor and Constance Bennett photographed for Ladies In Love (1936)

Been wanting to do this for a while! In case y’all wonder what happens to the fan art gifts Del and I receive or that we commission… it will usually end up on my wall! ;D

I affectionately call this the “Great Wall of Tallowe.” Of course, this is in no way all of the art we have collected of them… but my wall only has so much space! x-x

See if you can spot all the wonderful artists! :’D

deltastic scribblykimbree unlazy rinkuchan eemamminy sparrowsabre7 dfalcao-art coeykuhn misslupotter missmuggle kiikiibee debonairbear sheepishsheep

Thanks to everyone who’s drawn our OTP for us over the last couple of years! ♥

freecie:

if you put “man” at the end of any sentence its AUTOMATICALLY platonic

"i love you, man."

"stay with me forever, man."

"fuck me hard in the ass, man."

lady-of-rohan asked:

DEL ASSOCIATION TIME~ Berserk: Casca, Uncharted: TALLOWE ♥ (duhhh), Far Cry 3: dat Vaas, Guardians of the Galaxy: Rocket Raccoon (you pretty much are him), Left 4 Dead: Zoeyyyyy, Beyond: Two Souls: Ellen Page I mean Jodie Holmes (another Del spirit person), L.A. Noire: Elsa Lichtmann (hnnngh), Pokemon: Gardenia (seriously they stole your face and your everything)

deltastic:

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WHY CAN’T I HOLD ALL THESE CHAR FEELSSssssssss

thank you babes :) <3333 I love all of the above *_* and most of them cosplayed!!! Because, of course, always cosplay those chars that I feel a legit connection with~! Thank you m’dear <333

Del is all characters ♥♥♥

deltastic:

cartridgecomic:


Nice ghosts finish last


So I recently played Murdered: Soul Suspect, and while I cannot say in full honesty that I think it was a good game, I thoroughly enjoyed it. To be honest, any modern game that doesn’t put a gun in my hand and give me an army of enemies in which to spray hot lead is already starting off with an advantage, but despite the games shortcomings it was a really interesting concept. You play a detective who, despite his choice of headwear, lives in modern Salem, and must solve his own murder to leave his ghostly limbo and move on to the “white light.” The game is extremely short, repetitive, and certain gameplay elements are more than a little annoying, but I just couldn’t being myself to hate such a beautifully rendered mystery overflowing with ghost stories as you help others escape similar trapped fates in this historic town. Of course, as mentioned in the above comic, this does seem a little presumptuous of your character. Ronan seems all to eager to jump in and solve someone’s personal problems in a matter of minutes, making it look almost effortless. This is despite the fact that some of the ghosts you meet have been trapped for hundreds of years. I mean seriously, lady on the beach, you couldn’t just look around your feet at the rubble and figure out for yourself the cause of your death? You’ve had centuries to straighten out your shit, yet some random guy is able to wander up and put together the pieces for you just to kill some time on the very night of his own murder.
Anyway, I would recommend the game as a rental, but not much more, sadly. I picked the game up at a Redbox and managed to finish and return it before my rental rolled over to an additional day, which saved me roughly $58. Still, I do think it’s very much worth playing.


I totally agree with you, that Soul Suspect is this strange mish-mash of repetitive gameplay, seemingly rushed bits, and super short, but at the same time wholly enjoyable. I want to applaud it for the same reasons you cite- not having to go shooting up everything (I was totally expecting to HAVE to fight other ghosts, and have to use his guns in general), and the characters and overall story is so good. It’s a shame it wasn’t more polished, because it’s such a great idea.
The comic you posted is SUPER CUTE, but I also wanted to reblog and comment on Ronan helping other ghosts. It was actually something I really loved about the game- that although Ronan has a very pressing matter to attend to, he stops to help out the ghosts that are stuck in limbo unable to figure out what happened to them. I’m pretty sure that Abigail mentions that ghosts get powers related to what they could do when they were living, some specific to each person that not all get. So I always took it that Ronan being a detective gave him “ghost detective” powers that were special just for him, like his ability to “reveal” things or assemble clues. I imagine that the other ghosts didn’t have this power, and couldn’t see what seemed like obvious clues to Ronan- especially since most were hazy unrevealed static at first. (Abigail being the exception that seems to have a LOT more powers than most ghosts.) I found it really poignant that ghosts trapped there unable to do anything were readily helped by Ronan. To me it showed that although he’s seen as a punk by others while he was alive, deep down helping others is actually a really important thing to him. I just didn’t see that as strange/jarring, or like the other ghosts are stupid or something! I just thought this was a point that was actually explained in the game, so I wanted to add my two cents!
Besides which, there are also plenty of ghosts who do not want your help at all and ignore you. HAH. So it doesn’t seem to me like Ronan is being some kinda.. white-knight imposing his helping feels on others for his own personal satisfaction. (That seems like low-hanging fedora fruit to me. I don’t recall an instance he makes any sort of sexist remark towards women. He helps men-ghosts too.) He’s always just like “I’m a police officer, can I help?” I found these “puzzles” the most endearing, and I really enjoyed all the little one-off side plots and characters. Just wish the game had more of it :)
Anyhow I totally agree- that game is a great rental, and if it can be found anywhere on sale, it’s more than worth it. I’m not upset that I paid full price for it, as the characters and story were totally enjoyable and spoke to me! But I can sooo see how others might not feel the same. Just wish there were more like this out there!

Cute comic! I saw it in the tag the other day. And I agree with all of that&#8230; except the bit about Ronan and helping others.
Del said it all, really (and beautifully so)&#8230; so I can&#8217;t really add much else, other than to reiterate that I never saw Ronan as some presumptuous fedora-wearing nice-guy who rushes in on a white horse to save the day. He helps a lot of people, and not just women. It was right there in the plot, so if you pay enough attention, his ability to help other spirits with their problems and see the missing pieces is explained shortly after he dies.
I agree with Del, I personally loved that he&#8217;s on this very time-sensitive mission to solve this case&#8230; but he takes the time to help others in need, first. It&#8217;s so sweet.

deltastic:

cartridgecomic:

So I recently played Murdered: Soul Suspect, and while I cannot say in full honesty that I think it was a good game, I thoroughly enjoyed it. To be honest, any modern game that doesn’t put a gun in my hand and give me an army of enemies in which to spray hot lead is already starting off with an advantage, but despite the games shortcomings it was a really interesting concept. You play a detective who, despite his choice of headwear, lives in modern Salem, and must solve his own murder to leave his ghostly limbo and move on to the “white light.” The game is extremely short, repetitive, and certain gameplay elements are more than a little annoying, but I just couldn’t being myself to hate such a beautifully rendered mystery overflowing with ghost stories as you help others escape similar trapped fates in this historic town. Of course, as mentioned in the above comic, this does seem a little presumptuous of your character. Ronan seems all to eager to jump in and solve someone’s personal problems in a matter of minutes, making it look almost effortless. This is despite the fact that some of the ghosts you meet have been trapped for hundreds of years. I mean seriously, lady on the beach, you couldn’t just look around your feet at the rubble and figure out for yourself the cause of your death? You’ve had centuries to straighten out your shit, yet some random guy is able to wander up and put together the pieces for you just to kill some time on the very night of his own murder.

Anyway, I would recommend the game as a rental, but not much more, sadly. I picked the game up at a Redbox and managed to finish and return it before my rental rolled over to an additional day, which saved me roughly $58. Still, I do think it’s very much worth playing.

I totally agree with you, that Soul Suspect is this strange mish-mash of repetitive gameplay, seemingly rushed bits, and super short, but at the same time wholly enjoyable. I want to applaud it for the same reasons you cite- not having to go shooting up everything (I was totally expecting to HAVE to fight other ghosts, and have to use his guns in general), and the characters and overall story is so good. It’s a shame it wasn’t more polished, because it’s such a great idea.

The comic you posted is SUPER CUTE, but I also wanted to reblog and comment on Ronan helping other ghosts. It was actually something I really loved about the game- that although Ronan has a very pressing matter to attend to, he stops to help out the ghosts that are stuck in limbo unable to figure out what happened to them. I’m pretty sure that Abigail mentions that ghosts get powers related to what they could do when they were living, some specific to each person that not all get. So I always took it that Ronan being a detective gave him “ghost detective” powers that were special just for him, like his ability to “reveal” things or assemble clues. I imagine that the other ghosts didn’t have this power, and couldn’t see what seemed like obvious clues to Ronan- especially since most were hazy unrevealed static at first. (Abigail being the exception that seems to have a LOT more powers than most ghosts.) I found it really poignant that ghosts trapped there unable to do anything were readily helped by Ronan. To me it showed that although he’s seen as a punk by others while he was alive, deep down helping others is actually a really important thing to him. I just didn’t see that as strange/jarring, or like the other ghosts are stupid or something! I just thought this was a point that was actually explained in the game, so I wanted to add my two cents!

Besides which, there are also plenty of ghosts who do not want your help at all and ignore you. HAH. So it doesn’t seem to me like Ronan is being some kinda.. white-knight imposing his helping feels on others for his own personal satisfaction. (That seems like low-hanging fedora fruit to me. I don’t recall an instance he makes any sort of sexist remark towards women. He helps men-ghosts too.) He’s always just like “I’m a police officer, can I help?” I found these “puzzles” the most endearing, and I really enjoyed all the little one-off side plots and characters. Just wish the game had more of it :)

Anyhow I totally agree- that game is a great rental, and if it can be found anywhere on sale, it’s more than worth it. I’m not upset that I paid full price for it, as the characters and story were totally enjoyable and spoke to me! But I can sooo see how others might not feel the same. Just wish there were more like this out there!

Cute comic! I saw it in the tag the other day. And I agree with all of that… except the bit about Ronan and helping others.

Del said it all, really (and beautifully so)… so I can’t really add much else, other than to reiterate that I never saw Ronan as some presumptuous fedora-wearing nice-guy who rushes in on a white horse to save the day. He helps a lot of people, and not just women. It was right there in the plot, so if you pay enough attention, his ability to help other spirits with their problems and see the missing pieces is explained shortly after he dies.

I agree with Del, I personally loved that he’s on this very time-sensitive mission to solve this case… but he takes the time to help others in need, first. It’s so sweet.