Moon Lovers (Scarlet Heart: Ryeo) is a South Korean drama. It features one of my favorite actors, Lee Joon-Gi, who plays Wang So.
English-subbed episodes are available on DramaFever. Check out the clip below, where Joon-Gi is quite charming!
Marostica, Italy hosts a human chess game. Scenes like these could inspire your writing!
Jennifer Hom crafted this vibrant piece, with colors that are just spectacular.
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Jennifer Hom – Armor
Armando, Izdahl and Dagmar are all seeking the truth, in different ways, in The Architect’s Guardian, Chapter 47. Here’s an excerpt:
Armando chose not to offer a denial about Dagmar’s speculation, as doing so would have sounded hollow. Dagmar didn’t press for an answer. He wasn’t particularly interested in one, as there was a larger matter. As opposed to what he’d led Armando to believe, the shield wasn’t the reason he’d wanted the architect in his home.
Gackt has put out so much great material, that it’s difficult to pick a favorite song!
Tarsem Singh’s The Fall is a visual feast and deserves more attention. Lee Pace is wonderful in it.
Mansionair has a sound with a rich, haunting quality, especially the song Hold Me Down.
Coelasquid makes this hilarious comic with great pop culture references. Check out Manly Guys Doing Manly Things!
ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings by Coelasquid
In the final chapter, Vaironian Tides, Chapter 41, Darion and Tolrek make plans for the future, ready to take on larger challenges. Here’s an excerpt:
Tolrek wasn’t sure how Darion’s parents would greet him. While Darion had been recovering, Tolrek had briefly spoken with Ryam and Saha, on several occasions. However, he’d thought that meeting them in-person would be daunting. No amount of assurance from Darion had lessened Tolrek’s nervousness.
I’ve been a fan of BioWare for years. One of my favorite games by them is Dragon Age: Inquisition. This is my Elven Mage character, Nyrese Lavellan!