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Story of my life

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harshwhimsy:


Oldest known picture of a sneeze – 1902

im laughin so […] hard
can you imagine how upset literally everybody in that room musta been after this happened
it took a long time to take photographs back then i bet there was a collective of nothin but sighing echoing through the room

harshwhimsy:

Oldest known picture of a sneeze – 1902

im laughin so […] hard

can you imagine how upset literally everybody in that room musta been after this happened

it took a long time to take photographs back then i bet there was a collective of nothin but sighing echoing through the room

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kardashy:

its impossible to watch this and be sad

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OK, so how’s this for an idea…

fellfromfiction:

A video game based on reincarnation? Stay with me.

Your first character is born in, for example, the year 1000 AD and they live their lives based on the choices you make at various questions along the way. Some of those will be basic things like what profession they should have and so on, but there will also be morality questions, and others would affect how long you lived. So say, that character died in 1033.

Then you’d be reborn into another random body in 1033 and start again. And basically you keep getting reincarnated into the modern era and beyond.

But the USP is that it would be so immersive and flexible that real history happened all around you while you kept on living. So in 1066, the Norman Conquest would happen and depending on when you were reincarnated last and where you’d been reincarnated, it might either pass you by as an infant, you may fight on the side of the English, or the French, you may die in battle or you may be a woman, and thus kept safe and away from the fighting.

If born at the right time, you may be a classmate of Shakespeare, or else be living in Spain at the time and have no clue who he was, although probably the game would have to be limited to history of one country so as to be somewhat manageable. In my eyes, because I’m British, it would be Britain. So you’d play through Celts, Saxons, Normans, Middle Ages, Tudors, Stuarts, Georgians, Victorians, both World Wars and up into Modernity. And whatever happened, you’d be affected by changes in the world.

For example, being reincarnated as a servant in a royal Tudor household will be a very different game compared to being a pig farmer in Scotland at the same time.

Alternatively, you could run it as a generational thing, and you play as one character until they die and then you carry on but control their child, and the challenge is to have your lineage survive to the modern day.

I want this game now.