Moai, Easter Island. Carved by the Rapa Nui people, the monolithic sculptures were made between 1250 and 1500. Scientist still are not sure how the giant figures were made and brought here
The man’s best friend!
Literally nothing better than the love you receive from a dog.
He’s a graduate, Will.
HE IS A GRADUATE :D
TIME FOR A CAT PARTY
HUMAN DANCE WITH US
Dͬͫ͊̎҉҉̛̬̣͚A̱̫̩̣̫̎ͫͤͨ̂̆̋͘͜Ņ̷̣̱̇ͤ͗͛̚C̛̞̜͕̖̤̥̱ͤ̚È̡͓͚ͯ́ ̣̩ͬ̀̋̐̿́ͨͧ̀͟W̛̼͇͍͕̄ͨ̓̅ͬ̔ͮ̃͘͠Ȋ̷̶̧̳̖ͫ̎͑̿͊̚T̨̳̬͙̥̆ͧ̂̒ͅHͦ̽͐̀̿ͫͧ̌͏ͅ ̔̊̈͐͗͡͏̜͓̀Ư̡̛͈͕̯͕̹ͪ̎͆S͇̗͕͚̳̻͒͐̍̄ͯ̒̚͠,̷̢͎̥̻͗͗͌͌́̀̚ ̟̺̟̜̼͔ͨ͒̒͟H̯̆͐͡U̅̀̽ͦ́ͥ́͆͏̦̰̙̲͔̟͜M̡̭̫̰̰̭̘̬ͬ͑̍ͮ̄̓A̯̫͕̲͗ͩ̏̊̔͛Nͤ͏̷̞̩͎̦̱.̵̟͔̟̓͒̾͡
I”LL NEVER TELL!!!
*twirling my villain’s mustache*
Fenris piece that I started a few weeks back. Finally had enough time tonight to finish it!
Love the brooding elf!
So far in UQ Holder! we have immortals running around that consist of:
- Vampires and various kinds of Gods, demons and monsters.
- Individuals who achieved immortality through science (such as cyberisation/robotisation).
- Those who are cursed by Fate to be unable to die (one character states that she is “not permitted to be hurt or die”).
- Unusual cases, such as individuals who have a stock of lives, or can set a ‘save point’ they can revert to if necessary.
- Body modifications (such as magically instilled extreme regeneration).
- Immortality stemming from alchemy, artifacts or a harnessed power of some kind.
The series also differentiates between not aging and actual invulnerability which I like. In addition absolute agelessness and invulnerability are so far said to not exist.