I think in his heart, Frodo’s still in love with the Shire. The woods, the fields, little rivers.
Luigi wins against every level nine CPU by doing absolutely nothing
You trip and fall to your death.
Critical fail, you swallow a knife and it explodes.
"As the assassin foolishly tries to slide down the gravelly side of the mountain, he trips and slits his throat on his knife. He’s dead. Anyone else want to do anything stupid?"
"You somehow determine that the golem is made of bacon.”
"You go to search the body, but manage instead to trigger the bear trap. I’m rolling damage now."
"You shoot your unconscious bleeding cleric, roll damage. Don’t forget your favored enemy bonus."
"You fail to notice the pit in front of you as you direct your horse to walk into it."
"The mugger then proceeds to shoot his friend in the foot"
"the opponent sneezes and accidentally stabs himself to death"
"You try to pick the door, but the door picks you. You’ve been impaled."
"You let go of the bow instead of its string, and it hits you in the face before falling at your feet."
me: can i just pretend like i totally meant to do that
//rolls a nat 20 on a bluff check
"Everyone totally saw that but it looked like you completely meant to do that."
"You trip and stumble backwards onto the altar, impaling yourself on your own demonic sword. Your blood flows outward into the grooves cut into the altar, completing the ritual and summoning an eldritch horror. Try to roll better when you fight it."
Where do you think Van Gogh rates in the history of art?
This scene really really really really really gets to me
and honestly, does not do an art gallery exhibiting Van Gogh’s paintings well. Have you seen people in one of those gallerys? People CLUSTER around his work, in awe and wonder and emotion. I know that I have been part of a group that has been reminded, several times, by a security guard, to stand back, because we were unconsciously leaning closer to a painting to examine it.
People don’t just look and walk past his paintings in an art gallery, we PAY TRIBUTE
because I swear to everything holy and divine, all the photos in the art textbooks do NOT do his paintings anything close to justice