|Track Name||Ooh La La|
Goldfrapp - Ooh La La
Hand prints and footprints on my glass,
Hand prints and good grips all on my ass
do you have something like livestream??
Ooh I’ve never tried doing anything like that but it might be worth a shot! I’ll see what I can do :)
Apparently it’s not ladylike to refer to everyone as “wanker” and “shithead” when I’m pms-ing well SRY MUM BUT I AM NOT A LADY I AM FUKKIN POSSESSED RN ISTG
I hate it when I get inspired to art
and then I art
and the art says no
What does your Inquisitor look like?
Audrey is a little taller than the average woman with long legs and a slim straight build. She has olive coloured skin dotted with freckles and moles, chestnut brown hair, and even darker eyes. Her face is oval shaped with a small, fairly flat nose, full lips and slightly slanted eyes.
What is one physical quality your Inquisitor would change about themselves?
Practically, Audrey knows her body is fine, she’s fast, agile, not too ugly to be repulsive but not conventionally beautiful so as to draw unwanted attention. However she can’t help but look at her small chest and straight body in the mirror sometimes and wish for something that might make her feel a little more feminine.
Does your Inquisitor have any scars? Tattoos? Piercings?
She has a noticeable facial scar that runs from the bridge of her nose and then splits into two across her cheek, lashing scars on her back and a few other small ones dotted over her body.
She doesn’t have any tattoos or piercings yet, but that may change now she’s out of the circle.
Ugh, shit day. Gonna go wind down with DA2 I think, Liv bb entertain me with your sass and make me feel better <3
These are what I would consider to be the most basic, bare-bones questions of character creation.
- What would completely break your character?
- What was the best thing in your character’s life?
- What was the worst thing in your character’s life?
- What seemingly…
I never thought I’d see him like this. He’s always so strong; not imperfect, but an unfaltering pillar amid this world of chaos. It’s…well, I guess it’s high time I returned the favour.
Favour…I say it like I’m helping. It’s hard to believe that when he’s shaking so much he can’t feed himself, when his screams from the nightmares turn my blood to ice. But he told me, ordered me, not to let him give up and I will keep my promise…but at what cost? Will he even retain a hold on his mind? Will he remember anything beyond the pain and the demons of his past?
He’s not violent, not yet. But there are other blows that pound at my resolve: the hallucinations and the….begging. He clutches to me like he’s drowning, nearly always leaving bruises, and I wait and soothe and hold him until the vision passes. Then he sobs and apologises, crushing me to his chest, and he pleads for me to end it, to just give it to him. More often than not my tears are mixed with his, and sometimes, every time, I almost reach for that tiny vial.
What is your Inquisitor’s views on the Mage-Templar conflict?
Being a mage, Audrey does sympathise with that side of the conflict, but not as much as one might think. She absolutely abhors blood magic and anything related, seeing it as an idiotic lack of control. In her mind, you should become strong with your own merit and skill, overpowering fear and weakness, not by giving in to the base nature of demons.
Audrey dislikes Templars, because of the usual arrogance and inflated ego that accompanies the uniform, but she does see the necessity of the Order. She’s not such a fan of the circles though and believes there’s a better way to resolving the matter through more education and less fear.
When it comes to individual scenarios, she prefers to look at the persons involved rather than what faction they associate with. In her mind, at some point everyone is given a set of circumstances and a choice; whether they choose to aid good or evil is what truly makes them who they are.
What is your Inquisitor’s perspective on the oppression of the elves and the Orlesian city elf rebellions?
Oppression is a massive no in Audrey’s books. She understands that in her own life as a mage, total freedom isn’t an option, but the elves have done nothing wrong and are not dangerous, as mages can be. They should have the same rights as anyone else, no questions asked.
How does your Inquisitor feel about the Chantry?
Most noble families are openly Andrastian, and Audrey’s was no exception. She has a strong independent faith in the Maker and Andraste but does not trust that the Chantry is teaching the right things. She believes that it’s no different to any other power-hungry organisation, and actively ignores most of the things they teach (offending a fair few people in the process).