AC cameo in “The Simpsons”. (Season 23, Episode 5) Never lol’d so hard.
I now refer to him as Ezio Auditore da Woodstock.
Groovy, amico, groovy.
Oh no, simpsons predicted AC5
A very bizarre bird was photographed in Venezuela recently. Meet the Potoo, which is rarely seen in daylight. - Imgur
what the fuck is that
that looks like a god damn nightmare
are you fucking kidding me it sounds like a 18 year old boy complaining to his mother because she cut off the wifi
Oh my gods, seriously, go listen to the recording, THIS DESCRIPTION IS PERFECT
omg I’m dying. The description really is perfect.
I’ve been sick and should not have listened to that because now I can’t breathe.
Just… I really love Stella De Libero wedding dresses. Like a Lot. So much love for all Stella De Libero gowns.
This Love [Shinhwa] Shingeki no Kyojin- AoD 2014 Masquerade- Best Presentation
Team Caek does it again! We had a blast performing at AoD this year. Special thanks to all the screaming fanpersons cheering us on! It wouldn’t have been the same without you.
Such an awesome time with these fabulous cosplayers!
[ NEWS ] Real version of mythical anime Sword discovered in Japan
In the Rurouni Kenshin manga and anime, there’s a reverse-blade sword called "sakabato". An old, real-life version of this fictional sword was apparently discovered in Japan.
Last October, what’s being compared to a real sakabato turned up in an old family storage cellar, located in Chiba Prefecture’s Shiroi City, that dates from the Edo Period (1603 to 1868).
Asahi News reports that the entire weapon, a “kogatana” (小刀) or “short katana,” was covered in rust and measures 11 inches, with the blade measuring 8.6 inches. This reverse-blade, which is also covered with dragon engravings, is different from traditional Japanese swords.
For Japanese swords, the outside of the blade is sharpened. But, as this sword, the fictional sakabato differs in that the inside of the blade is sharp and the outside of the blade is dull. Apparently, this makes the sword brutally deadly.
Supposedly, there was a rare reverse-blade tanto (dagger) called a “kubikiri” or “head cutter.” That blade, however, had no point—unlike this latest find. The Asahi News report appears to indicate that the newly discovered short sword is different and even compares the short sword to Rurouni Kenshin’s fictional blade.
While there are contemporary sakabato for collectors, there’s no record of the sword actually appearing in Japanese history. Until now, it seems there’s been no such record of a similar sword. Thus, that makes the discovery of what’s apparently an actual reverse-blade all the more interesting.
The reverse-blade has been donated to the prefecture’s cultural archive.
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