Okay but Makoto is so sweet like imagine:

*Makoto and Haru trying to get through crowded hallway between classes as kids*

Haru: ……*just shoves his way through only water and mackerel on his mind*

Makoto: Haru! Umm….excuse me

*people not paying attention and don’t move*

Makoto: *just smiles to himself* That’s okay I’ll wait.


The Magicians Big Bang

Hey there Magicians fandom! Have you noticed the shortage of longer fics in fandom? Do you ache to sit down with a cup of cocoa, and just get lost in an, ahem, magical fanfic world?

Well, the good news is The Magicians Big Bang is here!

And not only are we aiming to bring some longer fic, and beautiful art into fandom – we want you to be a part of it! Whether you write, art, or beta.

That’s right.

Sign ups start at midnight, we’ll post the link to the
sign up sheet then. We’ve also got a FAQ sheet going up, and a schedule so you have an idea of what you’ll be getting yourselves into.

Whatever your ship, whatever your mystical Magicians world, and whatever your discipline – we want you.

A few basics before we get into everything:

The minimum word count is only 25,000 words
But your story can be as long as you like.
The minimum amount of art for a story is two pieces.
But you can create as many as you want for the story you select.

To Those Who May Need It

I know that the world isn’t perfect. In fact, the world is pretty fucked up most of the time. I know that things may not be ideal, or may not be going your way. Things might be shit right now. Things might be the absolute worst they’ve ever been. Things might seem like they won’t ever get better. It might seem like you’re drowning in this sea of darkness. You may feel sad. You may feel angry. You may feel lost. Or maybe you don’t feel anything at all. Maybe you feel nothing. And maybe that’s the worst part of it all.
But you have to listen. You have to believe me that things will get better. Things won’t stay like this for all eternity. Even though it may not always be apparent, there are people that care about you. And there are people here willing to listen. You are not alone. You’re not the only one feeling the way that you feel. You are not hopeless. There are so many that care for you and so many who are willing to help. You just have to reach out a hand. You have to speak up. As hard as it might be, as daunting as that decision may feel, you have to take that chance. You may feel alone but it doesn’t have to be that way. You can get better. You can be happy again. And there is someone out there who is willing to help. There is someone there who is willing to listen and guide you. Please don’t give up. You can do this. You are strong and you are brave and you can fucking get past this. I believe in you. It sounds like bullshit because I’m just some dude that makes videos on the internet who’s spewing words onto a Tumblr post at midnight. But here I am. I’m on that list of people who believes in you. It’s not an empty list. We need to be here for each other. We need to listen and reach out to each other and be there to catch each other when we’re at our lowest. You all have helped me more than you will ever know. And I’m glad that I may be able to help you out a tiny bit too. I just want you to know that you can get past this. You are not alone. There are people here for you. You can do this.

Please don’t give up.

Listen. I know that Moana was amazing. It’s my current favorite movie. I’m sad it didn’t win. But let’s not diminish the message Zootopia was trying to convey.
Zootopia is obviously not about “validation of furries.”
Zootopia is about inclusion. Zootopia touched themes like racism and segregation. It was an animal-like representation of our human world. It tried to teach people that the fear of the unknown is, a lot of the times, a mistake.
It also taught us not to give up in our dreams and not to let ourselves judge people so easily and quickly.
Which is something that is a big problem right now.
For me, I loved Moana so much more, but that doesn’t mean that Zootopia didn’t deserve that Oscar