FUCK U, UBISOFT

bombing:

one of my favorite things is when you give a baby your finger and they hold on to it as tight as they can. it’s funny because they don’t even come close to having the amount of muscle power i do. do you really think you can hold me here haha. i’ll crush you

status: deceased; (caps)

deshmuhndlives:

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modestmgmtofficial:

everything’s so funny when u use the wrong measurement:

  • 5 gallons of homework
  • mouthful of lint
  • 20 degrees of facial oil
  • 7 pints of china
  • handful of fergi
  • 60 mph of dad

thatfunnyblog:

also this is my favorite vine

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make me choose • scottmcpayne asked: Isaac Lahey or Stiles Stilinski

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inFAMOUS series

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It’s who we a r e.

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horseboyqueerstein:

Sometimes I forget real people had to moan for a video game

abigailwlker:

→ Games I’d like to see: Assassin’s Creed: The Demise of the Religious Revolution

Amarna, Egypt, 1332 BC
You spent most of your childhood within the confines of an Assassin stronghold. Learning the ways of an assassin, ways to kill and ways to survive. Your first missions were fairly basic and you were always within the shadows of the stronghold. Then as you got older you explored the larger cities, honing your pickpocketing skills, learning of the new religious revolution that the Pharaoh had started but though the information is important, it does not bother you in the slightest; Gods are not a concern for you and never have been. Years pass and you are told to travel to Amarna, the magnificent city once inhabited by the Pharaoh Akhenaten and his family but it is not as peaceful as the stories say. The Gods are changing once more, Amarna, once the jewel in the Pharaoh’s kingdom is now home to a Pharaoh who is getting ready to leave. He is not your concern, the late Pharaoh’s wife, Nefertiti, is in danger of those who despise the follower’s of the Sun God, protect Nefertiti and stop the Templar’s influence spreading through Egypt.

abigailwlker:

Games I’d like to see: Assassin’s Creed: The Demise of the Religious Revolution

Amarna, Egypt, 1332 BC

You spent most of your childhood within the confines of an Assassin stronghold. Learning the ways of an assassin, ways to kill and ways to survive. Your first missions were fairly basic and you were always within the shadows of the stronghold. Then as you got older you explored the larger cities, honing your pickpocketing skills, learning of the new religious revolution that the Pharaoh had started but though the information is important, it does not bother you in the slightest; Gods are not a concern for you and never have been. 
Years pass and you are told to travel to Amarna, the magnificent city once inhabited by the Pharaoh Akhenaten and his family but it is not as peaceful as the stories say. The Gods are changing once more, Amarna, once the jewel in the Pharaoh’s kingdom is now home to a Pharaoh who is getting ready to leave. He is not your concern, the late Pharaoh’s wife, Nefertiti, is in danger of those who despise the follower’s of the Sun God, protect Nefertiti and stop the Templar’s influence spreading through Egypt.

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baldelfmage:

skyrim belongs to the nerds

kenwae:

templarsandhoes:

ezios-pony:

If I ever have a son, I’m gonna name him Altaïr so when he’s sad or mad I’ll just be like

"hey wassa-matta-you, Altaïr?"

that’s racist

you’re racist

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