Wildstar // Ubiquitous Addons Post - RP Edition

New Post at Decoding Dragons: Wildstar // Ubiquitous Addons Post - RP Edition

There have been a number of fabulous addon posts about the blogosphere recently, but I feel compelled to join in.

I’m not hugely into the RP scene these days. My priority is keeping my general mental health happy, and sometimes that means not logging in, so the idea of making appointments to roleplay becomes a bit of a burden for me. I hate inconveniencing others, so I just don’t sign up to…

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Cosmotronic CSS Competition// Wildstar EU Guest Passes!

Cosmotronic CSS Competition// Wildstar EU Guest Passes!

I have 3 guest passes for the EU region to give away! I’d also like to improve the look of my blog. If you suggest an easy to implement #css edit that will make a difference to the look of my blog, you can have one of three EU Guest Passes, to use yourself or give away as you chose!

To enter, simply post your suggested code in the comments below. I’ll pick my three favourite edits (and use them).

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lucyknisley:

When I was a kid, I wasn’t very into superhero comics. I’d read a bunch of X-Men and Spiderman, but I hadn’t really found much to resonate with me (except Lois Lane, she was cool and never got her due). My mom’s then boyfriend Kip, an avid comic collector, gave me the entire series of the original Harbinger run one time, and I devoured them. Faith was this smart-ass nerdy girl who wasn’t jacked out in some crazy 90s lady spandex pose behind the dudes— she was doing her own thing and I dug it. And she flew! Best power.
I recently got to do a backup cover (see above) and story (buy the comic!) for the relaunch (issue #25), and it was a total blast, to showcase Faith and revisit the story I dug so much. It was particularly meaningful to be working on this title when Kip, who had given me the comics when I was a kid, passed away unexpectedly. It’s a shame I never got to tell him I was working on Harbinger, which he would have loved. He always rooted for my comics career, and it means a lot to me to remember his kindness and coolness, in giving this future cartoonist kid some comics that she dug, through working on that comic as an adult.

lucyknisley:

When I was a kid, I wasn’t very into superhero comics. I’d read a bunch of X-Men and Spiderman, but I hadn’t really found much to resonate with me (except Lois Lane, she was cool and never got her due). My mom’s then boyfriend Kip, an avid comic collector, gave me the entire series of the original Harbinger run one time, and I devoured them. Faith was this smart-ass nerdy girl who wasn’t jacked out in some crazy 90s lady spandex pose behind the dudes— she was doing her own thing and I dug it. And she flew! Best power.

I recently got to do a backup cover (see above) and story (buy the comic!) for the relaunch (issue #25), and it was a total blast, to showcase Faith and revisit the story I dug so much. It was particularly meaningful to be working on this title when Kip, who had given me the comics when I was a kid, passed away unexpectedly. It’s a shame I never got to tell him I was working on Harbinger, which he would have loved. He always rooted for my comics career, and it means a lot to me to remember his kindness and coolness, in giving this future cartoonist kid some comics that she dug, through working on that comic as an adult.

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