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Familiars by GuoBia
Familiars
First one
Gender: none 

Species: From the desert
Height: 2 ft
Magical Ability: Can see through walls, and can swallow and regurgitate objects up to five feet. Also, you can sit on it.
Personality Type: First form: Good-natured and easy-going. Laid-back. Fond of fart jokes. 
Second form: Cold and collected. Acts professional and mature.
Third: Loud and obnoxious, but very happy. 
Preference: Cute Club

Umbrella with peeping eye
Gender: none
Species: A discarded umbrella. It is confused as to why it was suddenly abandoned, and has good memories of its previous owner.
Height: Size of an umbrella
Magical Ability: Summon wind/rain. 
Personality Type: Jittery, but steadfast and courageous when push comes to shove. Major separation anxiety.

Black and white one
Gender: Female 
Species: Demonette
Height: 1.5 ft. 
Magical Ability: Teleportation, small explosions, making inappropriate comments. 
Personality Type: Mischievous.

Gender: Female
Species: Bird
Height: 3 ft
Magical Ability: Flight and sight. Homing: will always be able to locate and return to owner. Speaks telepathically with owner, most often to complain about everything. Can also tell the time. By taking off her clock eyepatch, she can also turn into rage form, where it becomes much more powerful, but cannot communicate with owner. Non-magical abilities include throwing the biggest temper tantrum proportional to size.
Personality Type: Diva

Gender: Male
Species: Lantern Dog
Height: One foot at the shoulder
Magical Ability: Light up dark areas, front paws are made of flame. Warning: not housebroken.
Personality Type: Puppy-like. Always eager to please and cheerful. Loves its owner more than anything else. 
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GuoBia
GuoBia
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Hello! I am Thai-Chinese, born in Bangkok (Thailand), but I came to the US to study. I'm vegetarian. I like chatting a bit. The Three Kingdoms? SANGUO!!!!! Curd and whey? Wikipedia is a great read. Always up for a chat! I love cute things. Like cute bees, cute frogs, cute sheep, and corgis...
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I've probably sent off my last generation of high schoolers. I think I might miss it, or I might not. Here is the advice I always meant to tell all my kiddos.

You're in college to build connections.
       Yes, learning and getting a degree and discovering yourself and finding a vaccine for malaria or whatever is important too, but you NEED these connections. College is the ONLY time in your life where you can actually apply to jobs and positions without letters of recommendation and previous experience- after that, you will need BOTH to get a job. If you don't get your letters and your experience and valuable work skills (i.e., lab techniques) NOW, when you can, what do you expect to do when you graduate?

You will not "have" time for what you want to do- you have to make time.
   No one is joking when they say that time management is necessary for college. This also includes good study habits- don't amble along lightly and spend two hours studying what should take only half an hour. There are so many things you will want to do- ballroom dancing, study abroad, volunteering, having a significant other- and you should do them! But you are going to have to plan carefully and ahead of time.

College admissions is not an ending or a conclusion.
 You're going to keep on working- you don't get anything just for getting in a college. You havenot achieved your dreams or your life goals just yet, and you are going to have to work hard for them. Don't think anything's set or made. Of course this is not saying that you need to spend your summer studying ahead just in case- please take some time off in the summer of your senior year! Go paragliding in Paraguay or take that ceramics course you've always wanted to do but never had time for! Keep working your bakery job so you'll have some extra money for food! Spend the entire summer doing nothing but chewing gum with your friends at the shopping mall! But this isn't a end, and it's just going to get harder.

You won't know what you want to do with your life. But you'll be expected to know anyways.
   It's ridiculous but that's how things go. So think hard and do a lot of soul-searching, and PLAN YOUR COURSES AHEAD OF TIME.

It's okay to change.
  Not a single one of my close friends went through college without changing their major or/and adding on another major or minor. One guy I know came in an environmental science major and came out a musician; another molecular biology major came out a dance major. I made a small change myself, from biology to biochemistry with Chinese Studies tacked on. Of course this takes planning, and you are going to have to think hard if you find yourself discontented. Majors aside, maybe some study skills that worked for you in high school might not work for you anymore. It's okay to change them.
   HOWEVER, your changes need to be well-thought out and for good reason! You will not have free range to change willy-nilly. Each major requires its own coursework and classes and credits, and it will be very difficult, if not impossible, to suddenly declare an entirely new major for which you have no classes for in your senior year. You should NOT suddenly, in the end of your junior year, decide that maybe political science wasn't your thing and you want to tackle computer science.


You will be asked to do things you are not good at. That's not an excuse not to do well in them.
   It's not like your GPA takes into account only the classes you're good at. Yes, you bio and chem majors, you engineers and you other STEM students, you are going to have to take that African American Literature class or that critical opera studies class. You might have to make a sculpture out of banana peels and be graded on it. Social Sciences and Arts majors, you are going to take that general chemistry class and "Well, I'm no good at chem" doesn't save anything on your transcript. People (ie your future hiring committee or grad school admissions people) are not going to look at a D on a transcript and see "Oh, this student's not good at very basic calculus." They're going to look at it and see "This student didn't put enough effort in. He or she is probably a slacker."

Every major and every path will have difficult parts.
   No matter where you go, you will encounter hard parts on your road, but you should not turn back just because of one lumpy patch. "I didn't want to take Calculus" is not a valid excuse for not pursuing your dream of becoming a doctor.


Counselors, advisors, and other resources are there to help you do your work, not to do your work for you.
  They are not an easy-way-out, but your college will probably have many valuable resources that can make things a great deal simpler and clearer for you. Of course, it's YOUR job to seek them out yourself and go to them andkeep going to them when you need to.

You already know you can do it, now do it well.
   I'm tempted to say something cheesy here, but I'll spare you the pain.

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:iconjmk-prime:
JMK-Prime Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Lady you are AWESOME!
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bluefluke Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
Hey, thanks for the watch. You are awesome! :meow:
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GuoBia Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014
You're welcome, but I could be a serial killer for all you know.
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bluefluke Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014
O_O Please don't murder me. XD
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Apomix Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014
thanks for the watch!
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totohan Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Professional Filmographer
thanks for stopping by!
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Lokii-Pichuu-1999 Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
Are you taking requests or something?
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GuoBia Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
No, I'm sorry. I really don't know where everyone is getting that idea! ^^"
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Lokii-Pichuu-1999 Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
No problem, thanks c:
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martawanda Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello! Passing by, I wanted to wish you a good day :) (Smile)Hi!
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