Today was one of the most unexpected and crucial days for John Murphy’s character development in all of The 100
John Murphy- who has been beaten, outcasted and left for dead by his own people, who once only knew how to survive for himself first and foremost, who was once near suicide when he realized he had no one left, who once thought he was worthless and unlovable, who shut out the world that was always cruel to him- just admitted that he loved someone
He just did that
John Murphy has found a reason to live, a purpose to his survival, someone to share life’s pain with and make it all bearable. He found someone that he’s willing to protect at any cost- and when her life is threatened, he’ll make it known
John Murphy is screaming to the world that he’s in love with Emori, and that he’s more proud of her than he ever could be in himself.
From a selfish, murdering psychopath to a selfless man in love.
This moment was so brief and rather pushed aside next to everything else that happened tonight, but this one line was so beyond important that I refuse to let it be lost in translation. I can’t wait for the day they are truly able to say “I love you” face to face. I cannot wait
Otherkin are not delusional. We just remember who we were, or who we were meant to be.
Wolfkin are not furries by definition. They just wish they could be with their pack again.
Fictionkin do not just really really like a fictional character. They are that character in heart and soul.
Ghostkin don’t just really love spooky things. They feel at home among them, because that is where they lived.
Otherkinity isn’t a mental deviance. But otherkin can be mentally ill, so treat those who are with the respect they deserve for the fight they’re winning. Because if you’re alive, you’re fighting. And you’re winning.
Dragonkin don’t eat real gemstones/valuable metals. They know humans can’t eat those, they aren’t stupid.
Spacekin are as normal and as valid as anybody else. Planets may well have souls too.
Plantkin do not care if you mow your lawn. They may care about deforestation, but hell, so should you.
Otherkin are human too. Treat us with respect.
Birdkin don’t think they can fly. All otherkin are aware their bodies are human.
Merkin don’t just love the water. Their souls remember that the water is their home.
Elementalkin aren’t just trying to be special snowflakes. They were the heart and soul of their element, and their souls remember it.
You wouldn’t tell someone their religion is invalid. You hopefully don’t go around telling people their gender identities or sexualities don’t exist. So why tell us we can’t be otherkin? Treat us as you would any other human being. With respect and kindness. Try to move forward to a better understanding, instead of dismissing us out of hand.
(Sorry I couldn’t include every kintype, there are just so many!)
bad bob zimmermann won his third stanley cup in 1978. he turns 57 in january of 2014 which means he was born 1957. he was 21 the third time he won a stanley cup with the montreal canadiens. 21.
he has won a stanley cup every season he has played since he was drafted at 18. and, in real time, the montreal canadians went on to win a fourth stanley cup the following season. four consecutive wins since he was drafted.
since we dont know if the win with the pens in 1991 when he was 34 was his fourth or fifth or if he only played for the canadiens and the pens then it’s possible that bad bob won a number of stanley cups with a number of teams before retiring under the pittsburgh penguins
she’s unpredictable; she might mom you into submission with love and affection, or she might gnaw on your arm, verbally tear you apart, and then fling somebody out a window. not worth the risk.
Yoosung | who wins: you, but you’ll feel awful about it
he’s got good hand-eye coordination and is a master at holding grudges, but he’s all bark and no bite. go for the eyes. he’s crying now. look at what you’ve done. you monster.
Jaehee | who wins: she does, but you’ll thank her
she’s overworked and underpaid, lives off of coffee and two hours of sleep, probably hasn’t eaten real food since 2009, and knows judo. she has nothing to lose; she’ll break your neck, and you should feel honored.
Zen | who wins: cat
he works out, so he could most likely easily win in a fair fight. he’s old fashioned though, so if you’re a girl, it’ll just take a little flirting to get him to surrender. everyone else, carry some kittens in your pockets. easy win.
Jumin | who wins: you, but also not you
punch him in the face. just fuckign do it. he won’t expect it, he’s never done physical labor in his life. a twelve year old could take him. zen will help. it’s worth the jail time
Saeyoung | who wins: nobody
he doesn’t care about himself, he wants you to kick his ass. no one is having fun in this situation.
V | who wins: don’t
leave this poor sad man alone
Rika | who wins: her, but fight her anyway
she has a small army of cultists backing her up and she could probably claw your eyes out (too), but she’s done some shit so she needs someone to fight her
I can’t even remember the last time I painted an environment from imagination. This is actually from a dream I had last night and also it’s a real place close to where I live. I remembered it so clearly when I woke up this morning so I thought I’d sketch it real quick. I desperately needed an idea for a scene for my Schoolism assignment anyway so win win! D:
Now I need to paint it in 4 more different lighting setups which will be quite challenging and fun! (and quite time consuming *don’t panic don’t*)
So I have a friend that i play magic with and i'm trying to get him to make a commander deck, even bought him a rafiq of the many, but he says he doesn't want to make a deck unless he makes it top tier. So is there even tier's to commander? Like generally accepted i'm not even gonna try to play against that, type decks?
Oh hell yeah, there are tiers. But most people don’t talk about them because playing bonkers decks in EDH both A) cost a lot of actual real money and B) is an easy way to lose friends. Like, sure you’ll win every game you play but because you’re now playing so few games your win to month ratio stays about the same.
I can’t remember their URL off the top of my head (so if someone can reblog this with it and tag killergabite you’d be a living legend) but there was an article that went into detail about their take of the tiers of EDH, and it’s a good read to understand where it all comes from.
If he wants a bonkers deck that’s super top tier I very much recommend Animar, Atraxa or Ghave.
Animar is just huge creatures for the cheap + draw spells for gas
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Are u saying ur gonna take me to ruby tuesdays if u win the lottery? Bc tbh at least take to Le cirque
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“We always said that the whole movie lives or dies on that last scene between him and Bucky. It’s a superhero movie, the expectation is that he will win. But the real story is will he win Bucky? Will he save his friend? Will his friend kill him? Will he have to kill his friend? The tragedy of that moment was the most important thing to us as directors in the third act. That’s the real climax of the act. The whole film comes down to this minute and a half. Steve is trying to save his past. It’s the last thing he has left, really.”