penig replied to your post: “Hi, I am very impressed with your blog, and would like your input on something. I am running a Vampire game set in Hungary 1 year before the Mongolian invasion. I was wondering what other ethnicities would be present in the area?”:To be fair here, part of the fun of historical RPGs and fantasy is to change as little as possible and watch the effect of the fantastic premise on the setting.
I honestly think they’re asking a question relating to what PoC groups were living in the area at the time. Just because it has a supernatural element doesn’t mean it can’t have accuracy. As a writer, that’s one thing I strive for personally.
I think they’re asking what sort of ethnicities were present in Hungary at that time. Not to be rude, but it’s a reasonable question and I’m not sure why you brushed it off. Vampires are fantasy, but the setting could still be historically accurate.
That’s unnecessary shade. The whole blog is about historically accurate representation of PoC in history and, ergo, it is not an excuse to be non-inclusive in media as there were PoC in Europe at different points in history. This ask is essentially what you’re trying to promote, I thought.
thank u to my friend zevri for opening my eyes to how well so many Ron Swanson lines go with Lin.
Also made me realize how much I want Lin and Mako to have a Ron and April thing going on.
See the full footage here: Winston (kitty) takes care of Zeke (puppy)
"Zeke just got home from the vet — being allergic to certain grasses, he broke out in hives and they gave him steroid and benadryl shots. This is Winston, loving and taking care of him"
My variant cover to Scott Snyder and Jock’s issue #1 of WYTCHES, out in October from Image Comics!! Psyched on all the horror books coming out lately….
A little video of the clean and colouring of Clovis the dragon. (speed x16). Music: Master and Slave / VANDROID.
More videos on my youtube channel !
1/rough (very rough)2/Clean and Shadow (very pink)3/final picture (very far from what I expected at the beginning)