Hey there. Name's Katie.
This is mostly a video game blog where I shamelessly fangirl over games like Mass Effect and Dragon Age. I reblog other things too, like Zombies, Run as well as Marvel movies.
I tag all my posts so that you can search for them by tag. If you ever need me to add a tag to something (like a spoiler), let me know!
Warden: I want to stop the Blight and save Ferelden.
Inquisitor: I want to stop the Breach and save Thedas.
Hawke: I want to not die.
The beach. Have you ever tried running in loose sand? Much less up a hill of loose sand? Of course you have! Now imagine that struggle, while a hoard of zombies is chasing you.
Shambling or running, I feel like they’ve got the higher advantage, especially if you’re running in a panicked state.
Cornfield. You’d be startled every time you heard something snap, not to mention how limited your visibility would be.
dude I LOVE dorney park!!!!! it was one of the first actual amusement parks I’ve been to. my high school goes there for trips lol
gurl you crazy
just don’t put me on a roller coaster because if there’s one thing i hate/fear it’s the sensation of falling
that’s SO COOOL I would have shit myself but COOL
Omg it was so much fun though! Like I don’t get scared by stuff like that so I was like “yeah cool, I’ll climb into the coffin. why not?” I think I always get picked on by the actors because I’m so short lol.
I had so much fun at this theme park’s Halloween thing last night. We went through a graveyard themed indoor maze, where I was separated from my group. The door closed behind me and this guy who looked like an orc told me to climb into the coffin. I did, since I was pretty curious. He said I was so pretty and that he was going to eat me before slamming the lid down on the coffin (good thing I’m not claustrophobic!) The coffin shook around for a bit and was then shoved into another room where a different actor yelled at me to “get out of his bed!” I ended up catching up with my group once I got out of the maze, but this was pretty fun and hilarious to me.
Earlier at a different maze, my aunt was separated from us and she had to find a key to leave the room. The key was located in a dummy’s stomach, which was slimy and had fake intestines coming out of it. Random events like that made the whole thing unique and really fun.