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Deer skull

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Cairn Holy, neolithic burial cairns - Norseman Arts.

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Largs Viking Festival 2014. 

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The Well of Seven Heads by Norseman Arts

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Dragon wood burning by Norseman Arts

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Wild Boar Pendant by Norseman Arts

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The Chernobyl Zone from “Drugi brzeg” of Michał Gołkowski (map by Szymon Radomski).

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Mirmulnir is a Dragon that was never defeated by the blades, and went in to hiding around 2E 212. His name apparently means “Allegiance Strong Hunt” in the Dragon’s Tongue.

He came out of hiding after Alduin’s Return in 4E 201, and attacked Whiterun Hold, however he was defeated by Irileth of Whiterun and The Last Dragonborn, along with a group of the city’s loyal militia.

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Solar system planets comparison (map by XKCD.com)

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video game: *autosaves at a weird/out of place/oddly random time*
me: uh oh

video game: *conveniently gives you lots of health kits and ammo*

me: fuck

video game: *suddenly goes uncharacteristically silent*
me: shit

video game: *protagonist relives happy memories nearly the end of the game*

me: here it comes

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Östersund by YlvaS on Flickr.


The word sword comes from the Old English sweord, cognate to swert"to wound, to cut"

The sword is symbolic of liberty and strength. In the Middle Ages, the sword was often used as a symbol of the word of God. The names given to many swords in mythologyliterature, and history reflect the high prestige of the weapon and the wealth of the owner.

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