Warden Commander Tabris, Dragon Age Origins | GeekGirlCon 2013
LOOK AT HOW PERFECT EVERYONE IS, I HAVE AMAZING FRIENDS, I’M DIE. (And they’re all phone photos and I still love them.)
AWW YISS look at all you magnificent Dragon Age ladies <3 Also featuring my (constructed-in-2-weeks) Grey Warden in its second con jaunt. Always wonderful to have these badasses in the party!
'Alistair Bakes a Found Cake'
Music: ‘Bosshannover’ - Mo’ Horizons
Foremost, I apologize for what I believe is a terrible accent. I’ve got nothin’ on Steve Valentine’s spectacular performance in Dragon Age, and tend to speak more like Oghren in real life than Alistair.
So I finally slapped on my Alistair armor and my girlfriend was kind enough to help me film the thing.
My cake preference leans heavily towards dense, rich, super moist, dark chocolate cakes. This cake was very much the opposite of those things. That being said however, it was surprisingly tasty. I do plan to make a “Tainted” version of this recipe in order to fulfill those preferences of mine, which will probably turn the cake into more of a Devil’s Food Cake.
As far as the recipe goes, I took several liberties(mainly with the ingredients), which you can see by comparing this video to the recipe in the link at the top. Also, a quick shoutout to Gourmet Gaming on Tumblr for creating the recipe itself, as well as to the fine ladies and gentlemen at BioWare. If it weren’t for all of you, this wouldn’t even be possible.
I adore everything about this! Alistair needs his own cooking program.
PAX Prime 2011 - Aveline Vallen from Dragon Age II
I’ve never posted these here, but they’re some of my favorite photos from PAX Prime, where I wore my Aveline armor for the first time. Guest starring Molly’s fabulous Sassy Gay Hawke and Brutha as Bethany Hawke. Also featuring one of Wil Wheaton’s majestic dickcapes.
In my anticipation for Dragon Age 2’s release, I decided I wanted to make an Aveline costume in time for release day after having seen her in the demo and immediately loving the character. One of my Marines who was also excited for the game’s release took these photos outside our barracks right after I got my copy of the game.
I’ve since improved some parts of it (like the bracelets, which I had been using a piece of metal I bent into an approximate shape in these shots) but haven’t actually worn it again. Perhaps someday!