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fucking super soldiers - Chapter 1 - esama - Marvel Cinematic Universe [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Category: Gen
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
Characters: Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanov, Sam Wilson, Tony Stark, T'Challa, Clint Barton, Other Character Tags to Be Added
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Post-Captain America: Civil War (Movie), Cryogenics, Comic Book Science, Guilt, Super Soldier Serum, Other Additional Tags to Be Added
Chapter 1 of 5

Tony is found in Siberia. 

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hope and legacy // let’s go crazy

NEW ITEMS

I’m in the process of taking pictures of all of the new items to have as reference. This list will be updated withing the next few hours and hopefully completed by tomorrow. I already have most of these items just need to take pictures.

And the miscellaneous items:

Me Preparing for a Binge Watching Session of Anime

Me:

20~ minutes = 1 ep (without ads/op/ending)

20~ mins x 3 eps = 1 h

1 season = 12 eps/24 eps

20~ mins x 12eps = 240 mins = 4 h

240 mins x 2 = 480 mins = 8 h

Originally posted by thelazyslytherin

Kwami Week Day Two: Chosen(s)

A new problematic fave because of friend and fandom influence how dare you all make me care.

She’s transparent because I’m trying new aesthetics ya feel.

Check out Kwami Week here!

Artwork ©: alazic02

Do not repost.

victor with space buns speedpaint \(=♡=)/ 

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“This isn’t air temple preschool, this is the real world”

Hey guys! So, a couple of weeks ago I made this post suggesting that Zuko thought forgiveness was childish in “The Southern Raiders,” because of his own experiences with begging for forgiveness as a child backfiring horribly.

With that said, I decided to make a visual about Zuko’s thoughts on forgiveness/mercy from the start to the end of the series.

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Yuuri and Grief/Loss as it Applies to his Career (and Victor)

Following my Victor and Grief post, here is a look at Yuuri’s perspective to his feelings of grief and loss surrounding his own career. Unlike Victor whose perspective we didn’t get until later episodes, Yuuri’s has been laid bare for us since episode 1. We’ve gotten the chance to hear his thoughts in specific moments and watch his evolution throughout the course of the show.

So one thing that I think will come as a surprise to absolutely no one is that he has been grieving over the loss of his career since episode 1. And added to that is that he accepted this loss by the time episode 12’s hotel scene rolled around.

Let’s take a moment to quickly review what kinds of loss Yuuri has been working through.

In the interest of not repeating a huge chunk of text that I already described at the beginning of my Victor post, I’m going to point you to it here and only describe the portions here that apply to Yuuri.

The type of loss that Yuuri works through during the show would fall under the category of Anticipatory Loss. In short, this is the anticipation of loss, regardless of whether the loss will actually come to pass or not. Victor says “I’ll get you gold at the GPF” but never actually states during the entire show that his coaching and time with Yuuri will end there. That interpretation of his words is entirely on Yuuri’s end. Yuuri then spends a lot of time convincing himself that he is going to lose Victor when there’s been no confirmation on whether that will actually happen or not.

The impact of Yuuri’s loss very clearly falls under the category of Compound Loss. It’s easy enough to see that through losing his career he feels like he is going to lose a lot more (the future tense and focus on how he feels about it are important as his loss is about something he feels he is going to lose in the future). He would be losing his role, identity, direction, and more. But most importantly he’d be losing his relationships, both with his friends/fellow skaters (Phichit for example) as well as with Victor, both before he knew him (he’d lose his chance to ever get to know him in any capacity) and after (he’d lose the relationship he had grown with him as a person and not just a skater).

As you can see, none of that really comes as a surprise because Yuuri himself has basically told us as much. So let’s get into the 5 stages and see where they play in.

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