The Engineer is a tech specialist, able to quickly and easily manipulate the environment with specific talents, and repair or modify technical equipment. They are the most effective class at disabling the defense of the toughest enemies or incapacitating them to render them harmless. Engineers have the ability to hack enemy technology, spawn combat drones to harass enemies or force them out of entrenched cover positions and spawn sentry turrets for combat reinforcement. Gameplay focus is on shaping the battlefield during combat, healing the party, and debuffing enemies.
literature meme | 5/7 characters | Sabriel
A year ago, I turned the final page of The Book of the Dead.
I don’t feel young any more.
Sleep - Eric Whitacre
shit i like: fall + clothes
I’ve given up everything to rebuild my people’s past, and you just threw my sacrifice in the garbage.
Favourite Non-Armor Outfit - Mass Effect
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Dance, Dance // String Quartet Tribute to Fall Out Boy
Okay, so, here’s the thing. When seeking to understand a culture and how power and politics work in that culture, things like fashion matter. They’re not frivolous or unimportant; they tell us a lot about things like personal and group identity and economic status. So… this is me saying a lot of things about hair on Game of Thrones that have probably been said before, as well as some speculation on hair in the Westerlands region and the political/economic significance thereof. Cut for image-heavy post.
Disclaimer: I’m not a hairdresser, just someone with a lot of hair who’s been experimenting with the styles we see on the show and thinks about this sort of thing way too much.