I'm a 23 year old living in Michigan and this is my tumblr for my gaming screenshot addiction!

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Heads up:
This is a GAMING tumblr!

I tag each game with its name (usually more than one way) for your blacklisting/tumblr savior convenience! Really, I encourage you to take advantage of it and blacklist the names of the games you’d rather not see on your dash. :3


As a side note, I stream some of my games quite often!
Check out my Twitch channel!

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I'm totally RPG obsessed, I enjoy The Sims, FFXIV, ArcheAge, Skyrim, Guild Wars 2, and many, many other titles. Way too many to name here, in fact. Tags to each specific game are located in the games master list which can be found in my sidebar.

I write A Season for the Heart
and The Gardner Legacy.

I'm more than happy to answer WCIF's or any other questions you may have!

Currently Playing:
FFXIV,
Sims 2,
ArcheAge

I track the tag:
jettschae



My Sims 3 Games:
TS3 Original World Adventures High-End Loft Stuff Ambitions Fast Lane Stuff Late Night Outdoor Living Stuff
Generations Town Life Stuff Pets Master Suite Stuff Showtime Katy Perry’s Sweet Treats Diesel
Supernatural Seasons 70s, 80s, & 90s University Life Island Paradise Movie Stuff Into the Future
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Gen 1: Chapter 1.1: Goldie

St. Eclair is a busy city nestled right along the ocean, but I honestly am not an expert on the city since haven’t lived here very long.  I grew up away from home in a boarding school for the arts, where my parents had sent me when I was a child.  Almost as soon as I was old enough to read and learned about the school I had begged my parents to let me to go, and they had reluctantly agreed.  From a very young age I had a plan for my life.  And to carry out that plan I needed to go to this school, I needed to get straight A’s, I needed to graduate by a particular year, I needed to become a teacher.  Or I thought I needed all of those things.

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