You are never gonna get everything you want in this world. First things first, get what you deserve.

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When it rains, it pours lol

When it rains, it pours lol

:( Noo!

:(( i’m hoping it’s just really bad allergies


day twelve: favorite piece of music?
Suicide Mission

"The Collectors, The Reapers - they aren’t a threat to us. They’re a threat to everything, everyone. Those are the lives we’re fighting for. That’s the scale. It’s been a long journey, and no one’s coming out without scars. But it all comes down to this moment. We win or lose it all in the next few minutes. Make me proud. Make yourselves proud."

Indexed: mass effect,

“The gift was strong in Snow, but the youth was untaught, still fighting his nature when he should have gloried in it." (x)

The gift was strong in Snow, but the youth was untaught, still fighting his nature when he should have gloried in it." (x)

i think i’m getting sick :(((((((

“it’s like you’re screaming and no one can hear. you almost feel ashamed that someone could be that important, that without them you feel like nothing. no one will ever understand how much it hurts. you feel hopeless, like nothing can save you. then when it’s over and it’s gone, you almost wish that you could have all that bad stuff back, so that you could have the good.” [x]

i just finished watching twdg s2e5 trailer and i am in tears 


Video Game Challenge: [1/7] male characters - Lee Everett
↳ "You’re a good man, Lee. You’ve been protecting these people as best you can so far, and they look up to you. Rightly so."

Do you think things will ever get back to how they were?

videogames graphics battle | vs. sol-relay

round five ► one video-game series (Mass Effect) 

This war has brought us pain, and suffering, and loss. But its also brought us together as soldiers, allies, friends. This bond that ties us together is something the reapers will never understand. It’s more powerful than any weapon. Stronger than any ship. It can’t be taken or destroyed.”


For them born into the brothels or coming from the orphanages, it was either the gangs or workin’ with the mud larks and no one wants that. Some got pressed into the Navy or put down in the mines run by the Pendleton or Boyle families. As hard as it was on the streets, as hungry as we all got, at least we was free.

Gangs of Dunwall (as requested by jubi)