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SperanzaSperanzaSperanza by Sadeth
In the early sixteenth century, the discovery of the "new world" was still the main topic of interest, particularly the rumored riches. The city-state of Venice, which was once a flourishing power, had been suffering a decline, partly due to a plague that had ravaged the country, yet mainly because of increasing pressure from rival city-states during what would become known as the Italian Wars. In an attempt to curb this, increase their influence, and gain prosperity through rumored gold, the monarchs of Venice hired a group of willing explorers, one among them who was named Cristoforo DeGeusto, to travel to this new land.
Cristoforo was a typical Italian man, of an average 5'10, with dark brown hair and eyes, an aquiline nose, and sported a moustache-goatee combo. During his early childhood, he was renowned for his desire to know the world around him, a desire which he kept with him until adulthood. Naturally,
Hunters - Prologue RewrittenHunters - Prologue Rewritten by Sadeth
The Hunters of Amzen
Many legends and rumors can be heard if one finds one of the story-loving tribes of the mountains that separate East and Mid (sometimes called West) Amrac, with one of the most prominent tales being of a small village that bordered Kliffe, the only village to be established by the tribesmen.
The people who lived there were a hard people, fighting the tough mountains to survive, yet they were also kind, offering the best hospitality to weary travelers. The village grew prosperous as people began to traverse between East and West, so much so that the people began to grow soft.
Shortly after, people no longer heard news from it, the trading caravans stopped coming from it. Travelers even stopped coming from the East! Eventually, the silence grew to the point where soldiers were sent to discover the reason for the town's isolation, fearing that something horrid befell both the town and t
Dear DA... Your Seach Limit F*cked it all up!Guess what, dear Deviants?Dear DA... Your Seach Limit F*cked it all up! by TerresDeBrume
From now on, when you're running a Search in DA's Galleries or Print Galleries, you can not view more than 1 000 pieces of Art.
Big number? NO.
I wrote an article 3 Years ago about DA, ath that time, though I can't find the exact numbers anymore, there were more than THREE FUDGING MILLIONS ARTWORKS here.
So, DA, I'm asking you, HOW can limiting the Searches results to only one thousand pieces help us have a better view of said artworks?
This what Heidi wrote at hq to explain the launching of this feature.
"These changes open the door to new possibilities of improving search that we are exploring today. Some basic improvements that are in the works include matching more results, having better results rise to the top, and more ways to browse other than just by category and keyword.
We know that for some people this change is a trade-off. DeviantART has so much great stuff (not that we're biased or anything) that t