I love your eyes, my dear Their splendid sparkling fire When suddenly you raise them so To cast a swift embracing glance Like lightning flashing in the sky But there is a charm that is greater still When my love’s eyes are lowered When all is fired by passion’s kiss And through the downcast lashes I see the dull flame of desire Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
Part of a big project I'm working on. Now, obviously the Barraki we got as sets were heavily mutated. That said, I thought for the names of their species I'd go back to the scientific names of the creatures they were based on, then stylize the spelling and such. Here's what I've got so far: Pridak – Carkharin Takadox – Sphodrani Mantax – Dasyati Kalmah – Sefalops Carapar – Kansaran Ehlek – Anguillan I'm using a similar method for the names of some other species. Thoughts? (This isn't a
Who invented Botar? Who invented Sanso? Hafu! Who invented Botar? Who invented Kazi? Who hit him? It's Toa V! Who hit him? It's Toa V! Who invented Botar?A Hafu! Who invented Botar? Who invented Kazi? You're welcome.
I find it obnoxious as all get-out. Not entirely sure why. I'm certainly the kind of person who'd be considered a member of one; when I'm into something, I'm usually very, very into it. But I really can't stand that term. On an unrelated note, PURPLE BIONICLE PIECES