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Obsidian Breach

Domain: Tenebrous Transportation

Function: Destruction

 Void grants those of the Destruction Classes the ability to destroy the barrier between the Universe and the Furthest Ring, from either side, creating a Rupture. This can be used as a method of transportation by going out of and in to of the Universe at different points. They can also close Ruptures and negate other methods of traversing to and from the Furthest Ring, which is quite useful for fixing their messes and maybe messing with any other Void Players, if they meet some. The Player cannot simply will a Rupture away as effortlessly as other Void Players can, their Ruptures are permanent fixtures unless disturbed by the actions of other beings.

 At lower levels the Player could create Ruptures of up to moderate size and can close any that are created by beings with an effective level equal or lower to their own. They can only open/close a single Rupture at a time.

 At higher levels the Player would be able to create Ruptures big enough for whole armies to comfortably march through, and can close any created by non-godlike beings. While they can now open/close multiple Ruptures simultaneously, each Rupture can only be affected once per use of this power.

 God Tier Void Players can create Ruptures the size of celestial bodies, more like Black Holes than actual portals now. There is no longer a limit on how many Ruptures the Player can affect, yet they still cannot affect each more than once per use of this power.

 Active - Princes of Void can alter their Ruptures slightly, allowing them to pull in and absorb matter. As they progress, the Prince’s Ruptures will have stronger and stronger pulls, and would be able to attract more types of objects. At first they can only attract matter, dragging others into the Furthest Ring. At high levels they would be able to absorb energy, reducing the nearby area into a frozen wasteland. God Tier Ruptures would be able to absorb literally anything, and would be almost impossible to escape to boot.

 Passive - Bards of Void attracts the attentions of the Horrorterrors using their Ruptures, summoning members of their kind. As they progress, their Ruptures would call stronger and stronger Horrorterrors, or maybe just more of them. The Bard cannot control them but would be ignored by the Terrors they call so long as they do not engage in Strife.

i wish people would stop seeing animated movies at the result of big name studios and see them rather as the result of the hard work of hundreds of artists who dedicated their time and effort into creating something for us to enjoy

that’s not a proper confession, Baku

  • Person: which percy jackson character do you hate most?
  • Me: eeny meeny miney no one

so, on the subject of fish

I dont fuckign know guys

Building systems of mutual aid is definitely the most important thing the left needs to be doing right now. Y’all can crow about The Revolution all you like, but none of that is going to matter as long as the working folks you claim to represent and fight for remain dependent on the state and capital for survival. As long as that’s the case, any revolution y’all try to start is just gonna be a bunch of Bolshevik LARPers getting squashed by the cops.

Lunar Phases - Explained 🌙

Because I kind of have my own correspondences for the phases of the moon, I thought I’d explain them here! 

  • New Moon - the moon is just beginning to become illuminated, so it can correspond with new beginnings, a fresh start, cleansing, exploring new opportunities, newfound health or relationships, finding peace with yourself and moving on - “out with the old and in with the new.”
  • Waxing Moon - the moon is continuing to grow, becoming more and more visible, so it can correspond with attraction magick, reaching goals, manifestation magick, positive energy, success, wishes, good luck, gaining wealth, and dreams come true. 
  • First Quarter - this moon is halfway illuminated, on its way to becoming fully illuminated, so it can correspond to balance, and the need to make decisions. 
  • Full Moon - the moon is fully illuminated, so it can correspond with extra energy, a magickal boost, cleansing, charging, enchanting, performing divination, and honoring lunar deities. 
  • Third Quarter - this moon is also halfway illuminated, but on its way to becoming invisible in the sky, therefore while it can still correspond with balance, it can also correspond to focusing on the task at hand, banishing, and breaking old habits. 
  • Waning Moon - the moon is becoming less illuminated, and seems as though it’s disappearing, so it can correspond to generalized negative energy, reflection, introspection, transformation of the self, banishing things, binding others actions or undoing bindings, letting go, moving on, cleansing, breaking bad habits, and finding peace. 
  • Dark Moon - the moon is completely hidden in the sky, with no illumination at all, so it can correspond to cursing, banishing, binding, seeking justice, reflection of the self, and generalized destruction. 
  • Blue Moon - this moon is either the third of four full moons in a season, or a second full moon in a month, so it’s appearance can correspond to wishes, dreams, divination, achievement, and focus. 
  • Black Moon - this moon is an additional new moon that appears in a month or in a season, or the absence of a full moon or of a new moon in a month, therefore it can correspond to extra power and manifestation. 
things people don't know about the signs
  • Aries: has a lot of doubts and insecurities caused by pressure they put on themselves to succeed
  • Taurus: gets nervous about any change in their life because they fear the unknown and other things they're not used to
  • Gemini: hides how moody they're actually feeling because they want everyone to think they're always happy and okay
  • Cancer: has a really hard time trusting people
  • Leo: needs to be needed 24/7
  • Virgo: needs to feel appreciated for all the things they do
  • Libra: has a hard time saying 'no' to people
  • Scorpio: has a fear of failure
  • Sagittarius: easily hurt by selfish actions of others
  • Capricorn: constantly questions their self worth
  • Aquarius: lowkey wonders if people actually accepts them for who they are
  • Pisces: always tries to escape/avoid a conflicting situation instead of confronting it

Some days I am absolutely convinced that the Legends of Tomorrow writers room just consists of a bunch of people playing a weird tabletop RPG and writing down whatever happens:

DM: the countdown is nearly up, and NASA is about to discover the time travellers on the moon

Stein’s player: I start singing the ‘Banana Boat Song’

DM: *sighs* roll

Humour in the archetypes

I think I’ve written about this before somewhere, but I thought I’d update my thoughts a bit..

So there are placements that indicate that humour will be a big theme in the chart such as Mercury aspects and Jupiter aspects, especially to the Sun and Venus. Mercury positively aspected to Jupiter too. Mercury and Jupiter in the third house. Gemini and Sagittarius energies. Although I’d add Virgo and Pisces onto this list too, though that may be personal taste.

But each archetype, each energy, has its own, unique flavour of humour too…

Aries: A bold and sometimes even brash humour, quick timing that doesn't often take into account political correctness, yet also has quite a childful and sweet underlying quality to it. A definite duality to this sense of humour.

Taurus: A dry and sarcastic humour, where some may not even realise they are joking in the first place. Can even be quite sharp. Not particularly a deeply intellectual sense of comedy, but something that can point to the absurdity of everyday situations.

Gemini: A quick witted and swiftly changing sense of humour, where it is difficult to pinpoint this sense of comedy to just one type. Mostly, it seems intellectual, where puzzles and wordplay make an appearance, but depending on the crowd they find themselves speaking to, this can change greatly.

Cancer: Quite a changeable and literally loony sense of humour, which can incorporate humour and seriousness depending on what direction they take. It may be as simple as physical humour, facial expressions, or something more intellectual, but there is something consistently expressive about their style of comedy.

Leo: Rather physical and slapstick, a theatricality to their humour. There needs to be some kind of visual element for Leo to find comedy in a situation, not just something intellectual or long-winded. Quite larger than life humour, but still often somewhat light.

Virgo: Combines a Mercury quick wit with a grounded, Earthy humour. Can pick up on the little things that others may miss, almost a nuanced humour. They aren’t flashy and theatrical but like Gemini, may be good with wordplay and other Mercurial themes when it comes to comedy.

Libra: An often sweet and light sense of humour, with emphasis on how we relate to each other. Almost a conversational sense of humour, where rather that the spotlight only appearing on one person, there can be a rapport with others. Often very intellectual and clever.

Scorpio: A somewhat dark sense of humour that can take controversial or uncomfortable conversations and add some irony or comedy to make them more accessible to the people around them. They have this way of revealing the truth of matters through comedy. Something that lingers and to think about even after the humorous moment has passed.

Sagittarius: A sense of humour that can be light and full of wisdom or bold and controversial, maybe even depending on the mood of the situation. They don’t hold back their words or views, even if they could cause offence, often aiming to reveal a certain amount of truth no matter who may disagree. 

Capricorn: A sarcastic and often adeptly timed humour, where they manage to infuse even one comment with an often understated but impactful style of comedy. May find humour in the idiocy of the actions of themselves or others, and can be both self-deprecating and aimed at others too.

Aquarius: A quirky and individual sense of comedy, one that is often unexpected and thoroughly original. Even when it comes to humour, they don’t play by other peoples rules, merging one style with another to make an often eclectic wit. Yet, it often has emphasis on a rather intellectual and intelligent style.

Pisces: A witty sense of humour that often includes impersonations and mimicry, able to take on the traits of others in a close likeness. They have the ability to appear as all things to all people in a way, not only gifted in caricatures of others, but in adapting their sense of humour to their company.


Little Yandere and Wilford Warfstache

“Will you help me get my senpai?”
“Of course I will.”

(They’re quite…uncaring about how their actions affect others, so I’m pretty sure these two would be alike in that aspect. So here’s a little comic just to…I don’t know, maybe show if ever Yandere was influenced/helped by Wilford in their younger days. Hope y'all like it!)