Ok Yamato, Taichi, I know carrying a bag might hurt your street cred but literally everyone else got the memo that it’s a good idea to bring supplies to the monster world you’ll be stuck in for an undetermined amount of time.
what r ur headcanons abt lucas im in a lucas mood and i knew i could trust u to hook me up w that GOOD lucas material
he’s visually impaired and one time Avi took his glasses and looked through them like ‘haha dude your eyesight is so bad’ and Lucas kicked him in the shin
his favourite element is silicon because he thinks opals and inverse opals are the coolest fucking things in the world
he’s an inorganic chemist so his labcoat is a Fucking Disaster. it has a big hole at the bottom-left of it and he brags that he has a pair of jeans with a matching hole that he was wearing at the time when he spilled acid on em
his hands are mad fucked up from accidentally cutting himself on the glass cutter when cutting glass slides
he wears khakis in the lab despite everyone EXPLICITLY TELLING HIM NOT TO, LUCAS!!! YOU’RE GONNA GET HURT!
bobby-pins his hair back in the lab because it’s long enough to get in his way but too short to pull back into a ponytail
Davis/Daisuke is my favorite of the leaders because even though he’s made some rash decisions and messed up a bunch of times, at least he never made Veemon digivolve to something evil, was always able to learn from his experiencea and always had faith. No wonder he had the digieggs of not only courage and friendship, but of miracles as well.
So the contract in AUJ. There it is, sitting right on the little table by the fireplace, where we last saw Thorin singing. Bilbo looks at it and the camera zooms to reveal Thorin’s signature. This film editing really makes me think that Thorin intentionally left it sitting there. He wanted Bilbo to come looking for them in the morning, and see the contract, and see that he had already signed it. It’s as though Thorin is vouching for Bilbo, in the sense that Bilbo is doubting himself (the other Dwarves doubted him, too, and spoke against him coming - but Thorin remained silent during their tirade at the dining table, only opening his mouth to tell Gandalf “Fine, we’ll do it your way.”) so I think this is a nice parallel for Bilbo vouching for Thorin in Laketown. Thorin believed in him enough to sign it. I think Thorin’s signature on that contract plays a huge role in Bilbo’s decision to go with the Company - if Thorin Oakenshield isn’t opposed to him coming, and even went so far as to sign the contract before Bilbo did, even after seeing Bilbo faint at the mention of dragon-fire, well, how can Bilbo argue with that?