ok so Leia was heading to Obi-wan before the Battle of Scarif, and before she ever knew she or anyone would have the plans. It wasn’t just a last resort, “vader’s bout to get us we gotta go somewhere” decision. the fact that she was going to Obi-wan is probably the reason she was with the rebels and not on Alderaan.
so think in the context that a) Bail was knowingly sending his daughter, who has the genes of one of the most powerful force users ever, to go get a Jedi, b) Bail knew that he was sending the biological child of Anakin to Anakin’s former master and friend, c) Obi-wan definitely would knows who Leia is, d) Bail knows that Obi-wan is keeping an eye on Luke.
I’m not saying Bail Organa knowingly sent his force sensitive daughter to the only fully trained Jedi he knew how to get in touch with and also her force sensitive brother, but Bail Organa knowingly sent his force sensitive daughter to the only fully trained Jedi he knew how to get in touch with and also her force sensitive brother. Because he and Mon Mothma decided things had gotten to this point.
Post-it: Yoongi-oppa, what nickname do your parents often call you when you were young?
A: 송월. (Songwol)
A fan asked Yoongi’s father the meaning of this nickname and he said it means living a life enjoying and appreciating the arts. Yoongi’s father still calls him “Songwol” now and whenever he calls Yoongi “Songwol-ah~”, he would reply with “What?”. The hanja of “Songwol” is 松月, 松 means “pine tree” and 月 means “moon”.
The whole “Lucius was abusive with Draco” thing has always been so funny to me. Really, I don’t get how people are able to believe something so silly.
Seriously, guys, wake the fuck up, if Lucius had been abusive with his son, he wouldn’t have been a part of the series. You know why? Because Narcissa “If you attack my son again I shall ensure that is the last thing you ever do” Malfoy would have killed him ten times in a row.
The peluda, (pellanguis velues) is a porcupine among dragons. Also known as the Shaggy Beast or La Velue (French for “hairy one”), it isn’t hard to see why; this lindworm is as bristly as they come. These long, thick hairs also function similarly to porcupine quills, and can be easily lost when sufficiently embedded in something else, such as flesh.
Peludas are also capable of swinging their tails with devastating force, by some accounts sufficient to fling the spines at the tip like arrows. The tail, conspicuously naked of spines except at the end, is also considered the only weakness of the peluda in folklore. However, it is quite penetrable at any point barring a thicket of foot long quills.
As a last ditch defense mechanism, peludas can also spit up their own concentrated stomach acid as a fine mist to burn the eyes and skin of threatening animals. This ability is thought to be ancestral to all dragons, though not all extant species display the behavior.
The peluda is found only in southern France and parts of Italy, but is thought to have had a more northerly range before the Middle Ages. They are Highly territorial for most of year, but during the spring mating season, males leave their territories and wander the countryside searching for females in distant rivers and ponds. During this time the males grow spectacularly long quills both to protect themselves on their long journey and to impress potential mates. It is likely one of these lovesick males that became the subject of the legend surrounding these beasts, as well as that of the tarrasque. They cannot run quickly, and therefor defend themselves viciously if confronted.
Peludas possess several basal traits not seen in other surviving wyrms, such as powerful hindlimbs suited for walking and a small, nonvenomous rat’s tooth. However, they do have the distinctive arrow shaped tongue and feed mostly on fish and birds.