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I am Emily Coleman, the creator of the Arbori. The Arbori are fantastic creatures of all shapes and sizes that blend in with the various landscapes of the planet. Upon their initial discovery, it was believed that the Arbori only took the form of trees.

It is a beautiful thought, unfortunately Jk has proven that she herself is racist/prejudiced and should stop. Ilvermorny houses (stolen from various Native American tribes, and magic school was founded by WHITE PEOPLE WHO CAME TO AMERICA!), and Fantastic Beasts movie (no black people/poc in Harlem in the 1920's).

I am Emily Coleman, the creator of the Arbori. The Arbori are fantastic creatures of all shapes and sizes that blend in with the various landscapes of the planet. Upon their initial discovery, it was believed that the Arbori only took the form of trees.

I am Emily Coleman, the creator of the Arbori. The Arbori are fantastic creatures of all shapes and sizes that blend in with the various landscapes of the planet. Upon their initial discovery, it was believed that the Arbori only took the form of trees.

I am Emily Coleman, the creator of the Arbori. The Arbori are fantastic creatures of all shapes and sizes that blend in with the various landscapes of the planet. Upon their initial discovery, it was believed that the Arbori only took the form of trees.

I am Emily Coleman, the creator of the Arbori. The Arbori are fantastic creatures of all shapes and sizes that blend in with the various landscapes of the planet. Upon their initial discovery, it was believed that the Arbori only took the form of trees.

The Mohs scale of mineral hardness. It was created in 1812 by the German geologist and mineralogist Friedrich Mohs and is one of several definitions of hardness in materials science. The method of comparing hardness by seeing which minerals can scratch others, however, is of great antiquity, having first been mentioned by Theophrastus in his treatise On Stones, c. 300 BC, followed by Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia, c. 77 AD.

Scottish Kings of old were coronated here at Scone Palace on a rock that was believed to have magical qualities. Though it spent many years at Westminster Abbey after Scotland was conquered, it was returned to Scotland in 1996 and remains on display at Edinburgh Castle. Scone Palace was once the center of the Pict Kingdom, and over the centuries hosted a monastery and served as the home of various Scottish rulers. Today, Scone palace is the residence of the Earl and Countess of Mansfield…

15 Life-Changing Tips On How To Make Your Dorm Room Look Bigger

Every dorm room is different in its own way (#NotAllDorms), but there is one universal detail everyone knows about them: dorm rooms are tiny. I never went away to college, but between college tours when I was thinking about going away and visiting lots of friends at various schools, I have seen a good amount … Read More