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Dragon Age: Inquisition - Champion

How would you like to be nigh on invincible?

This is the third part of my character builds in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Today, we’re looking at the quintessential tank in the lineup: the Champion.

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Science Fiction/fantasy

when i was still trying to figure out my inquisitor before the game came out, I decided to draw her and Blackwall in a sort of modern au situation… if you think she wouldn’t go have a sweater made with “inquisitor” written on it you’re wrong… 16 more words


Dragon Age: Inquisition. The unpopular Opinion

As the title says, this is purely my opinion on the game. It’s not one that I can imagine I share with other.

Today, after owning Dragon Age: Inquisition from the day it was released, I finally finished it. 704 more words


Judgement - Dragon Age Inquisition Complete Blackwall Drabble. Contains Spoilers.

I don’t normally write first person, but I’ve been listening/reading Charlaine Harris, Carrie Vaughn and Jim Butcher for about a year. All three authors write their books first person. 1,600 more words

Fan Fiction

Back to black

When I was a teen, I asked for my bedroom to be wallpapered black. Not all black. One wall black and the others a black and charcoal stripe. 751 more words

A Rainy Day on "The Euphrates" by Charles Dickens 1852

Blackwall  1849

It seems quite a while since I have included anything from  Charles Dickens, to remedy this oversight, I  will bring to your attention  an unusual piece of journalism by the great author. 1,269 more words

Human Life

Danny Dyer's Family History Part 1: Proper Poplar Cockneys born and bred

A Proper Cockney

Danny Dyer landlord of the Queen Victoria Pub in BBC’s Eastenders, isn’t just a professional Cockney, he’s a proper Cockney, and his line is documented back into the 1700s in Poplar, and there is reasonable evidence to take it that his ancestors were plying the Thames at least as early as the 1600s at the time of Cromwell and Charles I, and before that most likely living in the City of London or again Poplar as Dyers.   1,304 more words