Assassin’s Creed Locations: Masyaf - 1 of ?

Assassin’s Creed LocationsMasyaf - 1 of ?

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"You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain." - The Dark Knight (2008)

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The Thieves Guild

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calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__> calantheandthenightingale:


Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything.  
The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__>

calantheandthenightingale:

Top to bottom: Fallene’s Spring and Summer Day Dress, Spring and Summer Travel Dress, Fall and Winter Travel Dress, and Fall and Winter Day Dress by Seitou

Sorry for the long break between updates!  But as you can see, I decided to revisit my earlier three outfits for Fallene.  It wasn’t something that I was particularly eager to do, but after a while I was so bothered by my older color schemes as well as the design of the first outfit that I couldn’t stand the thought of not doing anything. 

The big challenge with this project so far has been drawing together my four chief influences (early Victorian costume, Eastern European folk costume, Central Asian costume, and the Gothic) to create a single aesthetic.  Normally, all these aesthetics should come together to create something very chaotic and colorful, but I needed something that would work for what is essentially a Gothic fairy tale/dark fantasy with a strong historical influence.  That resulted in this look.  I’m much happier with this darker color scheme, but I see that there’s still room for improvement, so I’m eager to create many more costumes for Fallene.  After I tackle the costumes for my other main characters >__>

fuck I didn’t realize I already had the second issue of elektra so I bought it today

siiiiiigh now I have to go aaaaalll the way and return it

His name is Desmond Miles, and he has brought us to the end. 

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LOL jesus my dad got this notification from the department of labor because they apparently overpaid him 23 dollars when he was getting unemployment benefits and he was still working a few hours at his old company while they were clearing their shit out for shutting down. They’re like “if you wanna pay us this money back that’d be great or else you’ll be on a waitlist next time you need unemployment benefits”

JFC. Twenty three dollars. Like, god forbid we had twenty three extra dollars to pay our rent. What a horrible fucking crime.