How many women do you see in this kitchen?
POOR LITTLE RICH KIDS | For all the heirs and heiresses, the all rich little boys and girls, who have everything in the world except for the love of their parents
Royals - Lorde
No Church In The Wild - Jay Z and Kanye West
Remember The Name - Fort Minor
Can’t Hold Us - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
212 - Azealia Banks
Jewels ‘N Drugs - Lady Gaga
Bubblegum Bitch - Marina and the Diamonds
Double Bubble Trouble - M.I.A.
Die Young - Ke$ha
Pretty Hurts - Beyonce
Alternatives to Steampunk
Russian Imperial Palaces → The Winter Palace
The Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia, was, from 1732 to 1917, the official residence of the Russian monarchs. However, some of the monarchs and their families often flocked to their favorite and more secure palaces outside of the city because of the dangers they face at the Winter Palace. In 1905, the Bloody Sunday massacre occurred when demonstrators marched toward the Winter Palace, but by this time the Imperial Family had chosen to live in the more secure and secluded Alexander Palace at Tsarskoe Selo, and returned to the Winter Palace only for the most formal and rarest state occasions.
The palace was constructed on a monumental scale that was intended to reflect the might and power of Imperial Russia. The green-and-white palace has the shape of an elongated rectangle. The Winter Palace has been calculated to contain 1,786 doors, 1,945 windows, 1,500 rooms and 117 staircases. The rebuilding of 1837 left the exterior unchanged, but large parts of the interior were redesigned in a variety of tastes and styles, leading the palace to be described as a “19th-century palace inspired by a model in Rococo style.
Situated between the Palace Embankment and the Palace Square, adjacent to the site of Peter the Great’s original Winter Palace, the present and fourth Winter Palace was built and altered almost continuously between the late 1730s and 1837, when it was severely damaged by fire and immediately rebuilt. After the death of Catherine the Great, the Hermitage Museum had become a private treasure house of the Tsars, who continued collecting paintings and artworks, albeit not on the scale of Catherine the Great. The museum is open to everyone today.
Here are some (126) potential faceclaims appropriate for, I think, a Hogwarts-based roleplay (or any other school/adolescent setting). I think they can all pass for teens between the ages of eleven and seventeen, although some of them obviously only on one end or the other of that spectrum, but I’m not all that great at judging ages, so feel free to disagree.
All of them have enough gifs to make them feasible to play, I think, albeit in some cases just barely.
And if I spelled anyone’s name wrong I apologize. Please let me know.
Here’s a masterlist of High School clubs with simple descriptions. *Click the ✘ to visit the official website.* I’ve left out sports since that can be another masterlist. These are pretty much ones I’ve heard of from my high school and then others I’ve discovered online. If anyone has any to add please let me know so I can add it!
A Masterlist of Male and Female POC Medieval Faceclaims requested by anonymous. Below the cut are male and female poc faceclaims that have appeared in tv shows/films set in the medieval era.
If you have any other suggestions that aren’t on the list, send me an ask!
Creating a world from scratch isn’t easy. Developing everything takes time and there’s a lot to think about. Worldbuilding doesn’t just mean focusing on locations; you need to take the time to do extensive planning. If you have some ideas, but aren’t sure how to link them…
- Inspiration Masterlist
- Recommended page current mascot: lorde