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“Preys of the thirst of blades and hunger of spells, what are we but witnesses of a war of two? Steel cloaks the hills as mist rises from the seas, and the night grows bright from shining swords and enchanted words. Whose blood will it be on the meadows, whose cry will echo the victory? When the drums are put to sleep, who will rule between the warrior and the mage?”


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“Where are tonight the sword and its swinger, the holy spells and their singer? Where is the light to scatter the ghosts, the sight of dawn to shatter the frost? Fears can be hidden, and hearts’ fire kindled, but will shadows be caged and demons faced? The curses of liches linger like winds of winter, and wolves howl a hymn for the undead's hunt… who will be safe from the grim reaper’s swing, and who will fall in its grip?”


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“The wind within the trees was a whisper that spoke our tongue, and the stars in the sky shone on the gods of our heavens, alight and alive. What is science against alchemy, we asked them, what is coincidence against prophecy? Kings and beggars stand equal as fates unfold and worlds awake, as heroes rise and deities fall… among nymphs and mermaids, against harpies and sorceries, we must stand as one. Will you brave the lands of myth and legend with us?”


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With his iconic fedora, brown leather jacket and bullwhip, this rugged explorer has been sparking increases in enrollment for Archeology departments across the country since his cinematic debut in 1981. Created from the first collaboration between George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, Indiana Jones has not only become one of the most entertaining film franchises of all time, but helped redefine the entire adventure genre. Indy’s wild success has also created a huge misconception about what true archeology is -- as this Anthropology major discovered during her college years as she excavated on a dig while listening to the Indiana Jones theme music anthem.

Author: spotted 

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One of Galileo’s most widely-known accomplishments is the discovery of Jupiter’s four largest moons, also known, aptly, as the Galilean Moons. Their names—Ganymede, Io, Callisto, Europa—are widely known, but the consequences of their discovery are more significant than you might think. Because Galileo was an early developer of the telescope at a time when the science of astronomy was experiencing radical progress, he sometimes had the luxury of pointing his spyglass skyward and stumbling on a previously undiscovered object. To wit, the astronomer actually observed Neptune in 1612 and marked it in his notes as an insignificant, dim star. And while you can imagine Galileo’s initial discovery of these moons as being similarly haphazard, he quickly realized something significant had happened.

Curator: ellenherbert 


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“Where is the breadcrumb trail of fairytales, and breath of mother nature? We have grown blind to ancestors and their lore, surrendered to fantasy what we believed before. Yet still we dream of elves and fae, of fluttering twilight sprites and lords of timeless halls; we long for lands where battles are won with bow and arrow, skies belong to eagles, and fields feel the flow of magic under the grass. How have we come so far, and how to go back?”


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The more one is denied something, the more one desires it. The more oppressive the strictures circumscribing one’s life, the more delirious become that person’s dreams. The more prohibitions and sacrifices one accepts as a life’s duty, the more ingenious must become the approved “escapes.” Lewis Carroll chose the life of a deacon dedicated to God. He escaped into the company of three little girls and their brother and a form of fairy tale-writing that was “perfect nonsense.” His was a life of perfectly ordered madness.

Author: DeevElliott 

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Not for the faint of heart, the fan-made Defense of the Ancients (a.k.a. DotA) strategy game takes place on a virtual battlefield where skillfully trained players level up their heroes and arm attacks against each other’s teams to claim satisfying victory. Released in 2003, it is one of the original multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games and certainly one of the most successful and highly played games in history.

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So you’re thinking of visiting Westeros. You should know up front that any visit to The Seven Kingdoms comes with a reasonably high chance of being abducted, stabbed, beheaded or otherwise maimed and mortally wounded. With that general caveat out of the way, some places are still worse than others. Everywhere you look are fine examples of masonry or breathtaking vistas, but even some of the places that offer fine examples of both are just generally not places that the average traveler should visit. So, for your consideration, we present nine places you should absolutely not plan to visit during your stay in Westeros.

Author: eawood
Curator: ellenherbert, eawood 
Designer: seoul-child

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Thirty-five years ago one of Mattel’s lead designers, Roger Sweet, presented the first concept designs for what would become “He-Man.” He crafted three different models showing He-Man as a barbarian, a soldier and a spaceman. Mattel selected the barbarian model to be the basis of a new toy line for the company and a legend was born.

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Curator: Realm-of-Fantasy, spotted

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