Seba and the Pussycats

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rapture1949:

The Bird or the Cage?

This is an interesting in-game choice. [Spoilers] Given how your mission at that point is to free Elizabeth, most players will be inclined to choose the bird (freedom) as opposed to the cage (being trapped), when it’s actually the other way around! The bird necklace represents lack of freedom (Liz’s guardian is a fucking bird, remember?), while the cage one represents freedom, as it’s an EMPTY cage. Not to mention C-A-G-E (spoilers, spoilers).
Funny how your intentions can backfire.

rapture1949:

The Bird or the Cage?

This is an interesting in-game choice.

[Spoilers] Given how your mission at that point is to free Elizabeth, most players will be inclined to choose the bird (freedom) as opposed to the cage (being trapped), when it’s actually the other way around! The bird necklace represents lack of freedom (Liz’s guardian is a fucking bird, remember?), while the cage one represents freedom, as it’s an EMPTY cage. Not to mention C-A-G-E (spoilers, spoilers).

Funny how your intentions can backfire.

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Breathtaking Photos of Enchanted Landscapes

  1. Dead Horse Mill, Crystal, Colorado, United States (source)  
  2. Mont Saint, Michel, France (source)
  3. Fairytale Tree Tunnel, Ireland (source)
  4. Lake Brienz, Switzerland (source)
  5. Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona, United States (source)
  6. Maroon Bells, Colorado, United States (source)
  7. Forest Bridge, Japan (source)
  8. Enchanted Forest, Bavaria, Germany (source)
  9. Bend in the Yangtze River, China (source)
  10. The Matterhorn towering over the village of Zermatt, Swiss Alps (source - © Brian Jannsen)

(Source: youramazingplaces.com, via holyshititskatelyn)