Always-be-there

DM: The building is still on fire.

RANGER: We could help, if someone hadn’t used the Alchemy jug today.

DM: People are just leaving now, the other buildings aren’t in danger.

BARBARIAN: Oh yeah, do we still have all that mayo. How much mayo did we use?

DM: …After breakfast you have around 1.6 gallons of mayo.

BARBARIAN: I throw the mayo on the fire.

DM: Okay sure, you put the mayo on the small patch of wall it covers and you see the fire start to dim.

CLERIC: Isn’t mayo flammable? 

*cue ten minutes of frantic googling*

DM: You put the mayo on the fire and it explodes.

RANGER: …Do you think I could make mayo hand grenades if I mix it with gunpowder?

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It’s just as I thought … they’ve found out where I am!

DIO uses his own Hermit Purple to remotely watch Joseph and Jotaro.   Seeming at first to break the “one stand per user” rule, this stand’s been officially explained as Jonathan Joestar’s body’s stand, left behind for DIO to control.

we’ve always taken shelter in our unhelpable pride

wardenmcpherson  asked:

Rich said he had acted under the assumption that Gabriel had a vessel or avatar or whatever stolen from or fashioned after Loki. And that he sealed Loki away in order to convincingly masquerade as him amongst the gods. Whatcha think of that? I had always thought of them being "same deity/different culture." Kind of like how Romans renamed the Greek pantheon.

this is actually something that i put in God’n’Gabe III! it’s my favorite portion. since it’s been out a while, i’ll show it now:

THIS is my favorite portion of the entire book. probably some of my absolute favorite comic work that i’ve ever done, too. i thought rich’s idea was brilliant, but i did take twist it some. i made loki a prisoner in his own vessel, more or less. i like the idea the gabriel tricked the trickster when he was at his most vulnerable.

(if this looks familiar, it was original done in a video format, which i reworked to work in the book’s format!)

  • me: *takes a deep breath*
  • me: i lo-
  • anyone who has spent five seconds around me ever: yes, you love jeremy heere, we know, you love jeremy so much, he’s the light of your life, you love him so much, you just love jeremy, we KNOW, you love jeremy you fucking love jeremiah heere ok we know, we get it, YOU LOVE JEREMY. WE GET IT.
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So…Roman’s anger is my absolute FAVORITE characterization that WWE has given him. Like, he’s been so distorted by his desire to make sure that his family never goes hungry again (he was poor and living off food stamps before his wrestling career), that he doesn’t realize his choices aren’t just. And are actually pretty damn evil. From hurting both of his bosses and threatening Hunter’s wife, to retiring a legend that people held dear. In Roman’s mind, he’s doing the right thing. But to an outsider, he’s far from a hero. 

And it’s so. damn. good.