There should be more art of Razor.
There should also be special items for him too because he doesn’t have any custom gear SOMEONE CHANGE THIS
rushed doodle of michi and me D: cause she made up mmo designs of us and i really liked them D:
Rars and I like to go romance laning with our stealthy bugs D: I’m Nyx ofc
Been playing a lot of Dota 2 lately. Razor is my husbando u///u
Practising life drawing… decided to draw a hamburger… now I want a hamburger.
I’ve been thinking hard about what these silly warning signs mean to us as society. How for some unknown, sad reason, we have warning signs to tell us things that we /should/ as a collective, be aware of. It is a general insult to our intelligence. The implication that we need instructions informing us to not iron a shirt while wearing it or how breaking into an animal cage at a zoo isn’t going to work out well for you, is an accusation that we might not know better. However, this is not about intelligence, this is about common-sense.
Common-sense, that humans naturally should have to ensure our survival in the world. This has now been watered down with safe measure on the insistent need to make everything ‘idiot-proof’. The warnings are nothing but common-sense talking to us in a visual text-form so we no longer need to stop and think about it ourselves. We see a warning sign and we abide with it. Most times without even questioning it. I can guarantee not everyone knows why you don’t turn on your phone on a plane, or why its recommended that you go this speed limit in this area and a different speed in another. You see the rule, you abide by it. Because the sign told you to.
By doing this we have allowed- nay- encouraged the abolishment of thinking for ourselves and caused common-sense to no longer be common. We need every instruction spelt out for us in detail otherwise we don’t know what to do. We have placed our trust in the tools we use every day, to do the thinking for us and that way when something goes wrong, we have room to point the finger at the higher authority and say “Well, the label did not say that it would happen, so it’s their fault.” and then sue them. And for some reason that’s good enough excuse to win a case.
Our children now grow up in this world where all the warnings are there for them when originally it was experience that taught us. You burn your hand on the stove and you never touch that stove again. While this has been done to protect everyone else thanks to one bad experience by another, we’re slowly losing the ability to stop and evaluate what consequences could come from our actions.