anonymous asked:

In the AU shouldn't rumple not be the dark one since bae was still in that world/died in that world like wouldnt he not have had to become the dark one or cast the curse honestly ouat au's confuse me way too much

Maybe something else turned him into the Dark One? Maybe Bae really DID go away, but managed to come back, but by then it was too late because Rumple had already became the Dark One at that point? Who knows.

Honestly, I feel like this is a Wish Realm and the rules are odd so we shouldn’t focus on the details all that much, haha.


The Mysterious Equations Of Love by  @writeonthrough(Schroederplayspiano)

As part of the “Adrienne Appreciates Fics” Collection

Writer: Elyssa

Ship: Fitzsimmons

Chapters: 1/1


For a wedding of two devout scientists, their wedding day couldn’t be more magical…

Why I love it: Out of all the Fitzsimmons wedding fics I’ve read (and I’ve read just about every one out there), this one has got to be one of the best ones. I think I might have died during their vows (and the interruptions), to be honest. I loved how well written everything was and how real it was. It was almost as if I was watching it instead of reading it and I LOVE FICS LIKE THAT. The characterization was on point, down to Daisy’s speech, and I’m just awed over how realistic everything was. It just brought everything to life and the fluff killed me and I just really love this fic a lot. Please take time to read it everyone!!

Side note to the author: I just wanted to express here how much I love all of your fics. Some of them I read multiple times (quite like this one) and I can’t wait to make stuff for them :) Also, thank you so much for all you’re doing with aosficnet. It’s such a wonderful network to be a part of and I applaud and admire you for handling it on your shoulders. As well as giving us a part in it as well ()which  love participating in). Thank you for being such a gift to this fandom, in both the network and with what you contribute to the fandom such as beautiful fics like this. We’re so lucky to have you!

anonymous asked:

theories about FFXV ending. In which I saw a theory said that Noctis sacrificing himself but to create/rebuild a new world, who died could have been revived again (except Regis), and because the world was renew so everyone is still there and that's why luna and noctis are alive again. Then the logo callback to the goddess who created the world herself but this time with noctis next to her, also in Lucis if they were in heaven everything would be like no corrupt or but it still remain

Once again, this isn’t possible. Ardyn created a hole in the palace, and that hole is still there when Noctis and Luna are shown getting married.  They’re also the same ages they were when they died, Luna 24 and Noctis 30. They’re not alive, they’re at peace. Which is the entire point of the game. Noctis made a sacrifice, and that sacrifice doesn’t amount to much if you assume they magically got brought back to life. 

New theory time, actually.

Since Sophie’s days are numbered and Finé seems to want to seek asylum, I think Finé is going to get captured by Sophie. After Izetta and Finé’s falling out, so to speak, they’ll have a bittersweet reunion after Izetta uses the stone to rescue Finé… and what I’m hoping for is that they use the last episode to show Eylstadt repairing itself, hopefully with Izetta still alive, after Sophie dies unexpectedly. At that point, the allies will probably kick the Empire’s butts, and maybe Elliot will have murdered Otto by then. Oh, also, I’m thinking Berckmann is going to be a traitor–maybe he’ll tell the main squad where Finé is being held. Or maybe he’ll destroy the Workshop.

Okay so listen up I have only two minutes ppl

right so, *straightens out non existent pages* sjm said she learned foreshadowing from our lord and saviour JKR. And, we all know there was that prophecy in hp, abou neither living while the other survives etc. Andyway, what i’d like to point out is that in my world it’s similar to the prohepcy given to Aelin. BUT HARRY  POTTER LIVED AND THAT KID WAS HIT WITH A KILLING CURSE. So, what I’d like to propse to you ppl is, Aelin dies, comes back immortal and Nevil runs in and cuts off the snakes head.

Big shout out to Raven Reyes, without whom literally everyone would have died in season 1.


“OK. I lied earlier. THIS was the highlight of my parenting week. Sending my 13-year-old daughter into the store for (whispers) “feminine hygiene products,” and having the following text exchange. I died, she gave me life, I died again. And she drew an illustration, on the spot, ON HER PHONE, to drive her point home.“

– Belinda Hankins, shared on Facebook.

Things Draco Malfoy said in the Cursed Child:

• “Never really fancied being a Ministry man. Even as a child. My dad, it’s all he ever wanted — me, no. (…) Mainly I wanted to be happy”

• “Astoria was frail. (…) I didn’t want to risk her health, I said it didn’t matter whether the Malfoy line died with me — whatever my father said”

• “I think you have to make a choice — at a certain point — of the man you want to be. And I tell you that at that time you need a parent or a friend. And if you’ve learnt to hate your parent by then and you have no friends … then you’re all alone. And being alone — that’s so hard. I was alone. And it sent me to a truly dark place. For a long time”

• “My son is in tears and I am his father and so I am here to ask why you would keep apart two good friends”

• “We have to find them — if it takes centuries, we must find our sons” 

• “Maybe the black cloud Bane saw was Albus’s loneliness. His pain. His hatred. Don’t lose the boy. You’ll regret it. And so will he. Because he needs you, and Scorpius, whether or not he now knows it”

• “Our child, Scorpius, was born … it was the best day of both our lives”

• “I would sell my soul for another minute with Astoria”

• “I need my son back with me and safe” 

 • “It is exceptionally lonely, being Draco Malfoy. I will always be suspected. There is no escaping the past”

• “We can hug too if you like” 



Things he did not say:

• “There are times I wish you weren’t my son”




TG: and every time i died the dream reset itself and i was standing there alive and ready to try to escape again
TG: but each time i would be watching myself from the vantage point of a different crow

I am totally in love with @cultho‘s “city boy” art and it was tremendously fun to work with in paper.  It was suggested as a topic by my patrons because they have excellent taste and also like to make me cut tiny, tiny wires.  Which I managed not to break.  Somehow.

Thanks again so much to cultho for permission to papercraft it!

ps.: in addition to lots of lovely art on her blog, cultho has a couple other designs up over at welovefine and they’re all gorgeous.  I really, really want to buy them on something, but for now I’m just sending all my admiration. <3

[papercraft tag]

I think almost every time I’ve written a situation where I planned for a character to get killed off, when I thought like “well what if I didn’t do that” the prospect of them just dying seemed like the lazy way out, or something I was just writing because “that’s how stories like this go”.

Like, years ago when I thought I was going to be on an extended hiatus I was planning to do a MGDMT graphic novel that had nothing to do with video games and just focused on the original super soldier characters. Mostly the idea was the same theme, Macho Action Dude Reacting to Movie Tropes Like A Reasonably Normal Guy, so it was gonna have all the motions of those same old conventions, but play out differently. At one point the idea was “the girlfriend character dies and he has to deal with it like an emotionally believable person and not a larger than life action guy”. But when I thought about it, that didn’t sit well with me, because even if it was trying to comment on a trope, it was still “female character gets killed for no reason other than the male lead to have a character arc about it” and that rubbed me the wrong way. So I thought, okay, what if she still gets kinda messed up, so they build her some cool robot parts and she’s like Shit Yeah! This is the best! And she thinks it’s so rad having robot parts it kinda throws off the course her life was going down because suddenly the idea of being Robocop seems a lot more exciting than nesting with her high school sweetheart. And he doesn’t have to go have emotions about a dead girlfriend, he has to learn to come to terms with someone he was very close to having a life experience he can’t exactly empathize with that put her on a road to becoming the person she’s decided she wants to be, but not the person he ever planned on her becoming. So his arc is sort of dealing with the grief of a lost hypothetical person, and learning to respect her autonomy to make decisions that he might consider “a bad idea” but improve her quality of life as she wants to live it. Which, in the end, felt like a lot more of an interesting story than “the girl dies so the main character can have emotions about it. But I only got to that point by recognizing the original idea was stale and racking my brain to do something different.

I guess what I’m saying is, when I see professional TV writers get excited about what a twist it is that they kill a beloved character in something to shake up the snowglobe so to speak, I can’t help but think that they fell into that rut of thinking “this is the convention I have been trained to attach to this story”, and didn’t even stop to think there may have been a more interesting and unique route they could have gone. Intrigue comes from giving the audience something they don’t expect to see. It’s easy to think that killing a character for shock value suits that task, but that’s become such a normal device to throw out there that it doesn’t surprise anyone anymore. It’s always worth at least considering what would happen to the story if you didn’t just go down the first path that came into your mind, because the first will almost certainly be the most well-trodden with the least surprises along the way.


Day 30 of Inktober 2016 - Childhood AU with added glasses!Adrien :D


Anyway, so honestly, I’m really enjoying this childhood AU I’m messing around with. At one point, I saw that Oikawa’s gonna be showing up in the next ep of Haikyuu!! with glasses. And as far as I’m concerned, Oikawa is basically reverse-brown haired Adrien but with a bad attitude :P So I randomly thought, what if he got glasses when he grew up? :D

Now that they confirmed we’re having a third season of Young Justice, i’d like to point out a few things they need to do in the new season:

• Resurrection of Jason Todd
• Bring Wally West back
• Make Bluepulse canon
• Give Tim Drake more screentime
• Tell us how Tula died
• Make Jaime Reyes and Bart Allen boyfriends
• Make Miguel Barragan, Rachel Roth and Rose Wilson part of the team
• Introduce Cassandra Cain, Duke Thomas, Stephanie Brown and Damian Wayne
• Bring Wallace West back
• Make Bart Allen, Cassie Sandsmark and Tim Drake best friends
• Did i mention make Bluepulse canon?
• How about bringing Wallace Rudolph West back to life

I began watching pretty little liars when I heard it had w/w characters. When Maya died I began watching orphan black. When Delphine was shot people told me to watch the 100 because it had great representation and respects it’s w/w. When Lexa died people told me to watch person of interest because they would never kill a w/w. I have never watched a tv show with a happy ending for a w/w couple. Time after time a w/w character dies and I’ve finally reached the point where I’m no longer going to watch Tv until it’s completely finished and I can check the ending and make sure the w/w characters lives because I am so done with this shit.


Can you spot the three differences between the pictures?

One of the things I have never understood of Age of Ultron is how people put all the blame in Tony for whatever happens, and Wanda is just the poor mislead girl used by Hydra/Ultron. 

In Avengers everyone blames Loki for Clint’s actions, and in Winter soldier we blame Hydra for Bucky’s, but in AoU they blame Tony. And Wanda is at no point held accountable for her actions. Lets not forget that she provokes the Hulk and then points him towards a populated area where people more than likely died, and yet, everyone is “welcome on board, be an Avenger”.

Then there’s the whole discourse on how they hate Tony Stark so much because a bomb with his name on it blew their house, and ok, fair enough, but there was a war going one and Tony Stark didn’t fire the bomb, some asshole did, and if it didn’t say Stark it would have said Hammertech or something else. If it had been a gun shot, you would not go look for Glock, or Winchester or whatever the make of the gun, to seek vengeance, you’d go looking for the guy with the finger on the trigger.

On the whole, I just get annoyed with the treatment of Tony Stark and how the blame for everything tends to be shoved his way. And I have the feeling that with Civil War looming things are not going to improve much for him.

Just wanted to point out some banter with Varric and Solas

Solas: Is there at least a movement to reunite Orzammar and Kal-Sharok?
Varric: What is it with you, Chuckles? Why do you care so much about the dwarves?
Solas: Once, in the Fade, I saw the memory of a man who lived alone on an island. Most of his tribe had fallen to beasts or disease. His wife had died in childbirth. He was the only one left. He could have struck out on his own to find a new land, new people. But he stayed. He spent every day catching fish in a little boat, every night drinking fermented fruit juice and watching the stars.
Varric: I can think of worse lives.
Solas: How can you be happy surrendering, knowing it will all end with you? How can you not fight?
Varric: I suppose it depends on the quality of the fermented fruit juice.
Solas: So it seems.


Varric: What’s with you and the doom stuff? Are you always this cheery or is the hole in the sky getting to you?
Solas: I’ve no idea what you mean.
Varric: All the “fallen empire” crap you go on about. What’s so great about empires anyway?
Varric: So we lost the Deep Roads, and Orzammar’s too proud to ask for help. So what? We’re not Orzammar and we’re not our empire.
Varric: There are tens of thousands of us living up here in the sunlight now, and it’s not that bad.
Varric: Life goes on. It’s just different than it used to be.
Solas: And you have no concept of what that difference cost you.
Varric: Oh I know what it didn’t cost me. I’m still here, even after all those thaigs fell.
Solas: You truly are content to sit in the sun, never wondering what you could’ve been, never fighting back?
Varric: Ha, you’ve got it all wrong, Chuckles. This is fighting back.
Solas: How does passively accepting your fate constitute a fight?
Varric: In that story of yours—the fisherman watching the stars, dying alone—you thought he gave up right?
Solas: Yes.
Varric: But he went on living. He lost everyone, but he still got up every morning. He made a life, even if it was alone.
Varric: That’s the world. Everything you build, it tears down. Everything you’ve got, it takes—and it’s gone forever.
Varric: The only choices you get are to lie down and die or keep going. He kept going. That’s as close to beating the world as anyone gets.
Solas: Well said. Perhaps I was mistaken.