Hello and welcome to my blog!
My name is Matt! Or as others have called me, Dai.

Aren't I so loved for you to be reading this!
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Well, I have..

TLDR- I mostly post Morrowind, Berserk, and 2deep RPGs.

-Elder Scrolls content
-Morrowind Galore
-Politics
-Xeno series
-Berserk
-Mechas
-Vidya gaems
-Evangelion
-Metal Gear Solid
-JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
-Gurren Lagann
-Zero Escape/Visual novels
-Stuff from the 'Chan
-Animu and Mangos

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sandrock:

Gurren Lagann means a whole lot to me because the basic premise of Kamina’s catchphrase is:

"Wow, you don’t believe in yourself? I’m not going to tell you that you’re wrong for feeling that way, but I believe in you. If you believe in me, too, we can support each other where we need it the most. And maybe someday you’ll see in yourself what I see in you."

And thinking about that makes me tear up, not gonna lie.

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art-of-swords:

Tanto Dagger

  • Measurements: overall length 12 1/2 inches (31.75cm); blade length 6 3/4 inches (17.14cm)

The dagger has a tempered along the edge, tip and spine, and fitted with an ivory collar, spacers, and tsuba. The collar is decorated with a wrap-around scene of a small dog and a pig playing with a ball of string, while the top spacer is decorated with a scene of a dragon in flight, and the tsuba is square in profile, with a carved-through, a 3 dimensional scene of a dragon flying in clouds.

The fuchi and kashira are also carved with a dragon themed in ivory, a 2 line signature on the former, with a leather grip wrap and a pair of golden dragon menuki. The tang is signed “Nagahiro Saku”. The weapon has a carved hardwood saya, with a 3 symbol signature and a red inked ivory stamp inside the kogatana slot, carved ivory cloud inlaid panels, raised carved hardwood clouds and dragons with gold eyes, and a contrasting hardwood tip with a carved wraparound scene of a dragon in flight, with ivory inlaid claws and ivory, ebony and gold inlaid eyes.

The blade shows evidence of having been shortened from its original size. It has a square cut at the base eliminating some of the smith’s signature, and a second mekugiana which runs into the decorations of the blade. The temper line is wavy and well defined up to the tip, with the right side engraved with a trident, showing a ribbon wrapped around the shaft, and the left shows a single untranslated symbol over a pair of fullers. The tang is signed with 4 symbols on the right and 7 on the left. Equipped with a brass collar and a shirasaya-pattern hilt and saya.

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