Hello, everyone! And welcome to the FFXV Zine! A zine made specifically for the FFXV group in all their loving glory~ This game has been a huge hit ever since it came out, getting high ratings, shocking not only the Final Fantasy gamers, but also gamers in general! Between the amazing storyline, swift yet smooth battles, and the great open world navigation, this is a game that has started 2017 and the future final fantasy games off right!
We are on our way to a big project to create this zine. But, we are missing something! The lovely artist! I am looking for FFXV artists of all sorts to help create beautiful pieces of art for this soon to be zine.It will focus entirely on just the FFXV storyline and everything that makes it such a good game, such as the bond of family/brothership, love, hardships, and the many changes the characters face.
The zine booklet with 30 full-color pages and around 30 artists in total. Information on applying can be found at Artist Application at the top of the page. We hope to see tons of applications to create a diverse zine full of love and affection for this new and game changing FF project.
everything aside, the finale was just so poorly written it was laughable. every dialogue between the characters seemed so forced and awkward. literally eskild rambled for WAY too long and sana and isak talked about bio midterms when there was so many other important things to discuss about sana. sana barely got any screen time and talked about useless things the entire time. chris and eva and jonas and emma plot twist honestly took up so much unnecessary time like seriously we should have gotten ballon squad or more sana or girl squad all together. the only good part was evak (even tho them talkin about food/potato salad was ???) and vilde talking to chris and magnus asking if she was ok. ALSO THE SPEECH WAS AMAZING BUT i feel like all the important storylines were kinda just pushed to the side and never discussed. we just got some weird dialogue and irrelevant plot twist. we were robbed of the amazing writing of the previous seasons… this is my last past that is negative i will try to be more positive or just stop posting
y’all honestly too damn funny. there are hundreds and thousands of posts on tumblr about how most shows are us-centric and filled with white able-bodied characters & demanding inclusive media and a better portrait of black/latino/afro-latino characters, especially women. but whenever shows like the get down (a show centered on young black kids that are neither stereotyped nor demonized and are constantly supporting each other, contains lgbt representation, an amazing cinematography, plot and cast) and 3% (not only netflix’s first brazilian production, but also a dystopian show with a highly engaging and complex storyline, diverse cast and amazing critic of our own society) are launched, they always have very noticeable low popularity.
privileged folks here ALWAYS talking about the lack of quality representation for minorities, and yet whenever we are represented, the dubbing, subtitles or just general idea of the plot apparently bothers y’all too much and, predictably, the only people who support the show are the minorities being represented. basically: y’all transparent as fuck.
The witcher 3 is probably one of the most interesting game i ever played, I didn’t play any of the old witcher games and I probably should, but I didn’t need them to figure out the entire plot of the game.
hey just wanted to say that you're blogs are probably my fav ask!bts blogs out there???? i love ur style and the way u draw the ot7 on both of them and not to mention ur storylines are really interesting as well. also ur writing is amazing and i enjoy just kinda scrolling down both blogs and reblogging (so sorry if u see my spamming sometimes i see u on my dash and i'm like "oh let's check it out") akaksm
oh thank you so much!!!! i dont mind spamming lol, its very flattering when ppl look through my blog and like stuff heheheh
wonder woman was !!!!!! first of all chris pine is such a babe i cant believe and gal gadot really is the most beautiful woman on earth i wish i could meet her and tell her so, also the storyline and cinematography just blew me away no joke it was amazing and the supporting characters! dont even get me started they actually had backgrounds and were more than 2d it was spectacular go see it if u havent already!!
leverage was my peak im never gonna find another heist tv show with that great of an ot5 and enough lightheartedness for me to watch it whenever im sad but also enough great storylines and aMAZING characters to be interesting im never gonna get over it im never gonna find something better
I feel like Birth, Broken Heart, and Swan Song were the writers attempts at making an "edgy" season finale by assassinating Hook's character development.
You have come to the wrong blog if you’re looking for a place to complain about Dark!Hook. Because I love Dark!Hook for sooooo many reasons. Now admittedly, after these episodes initially aired, they upset me because it did seem like character assassination. But after a short period of time (actually, pretty much right around this time last year), I started to appreciate everything that Dark!Hook had been. I started to see what they were trying to achieve with this twist in Killian’s character development. And I absolutely loved it.
Has anyone noticed how all the series’ finales since Moffat are about his monsters and characters? With RTD we had Daleks, Cybermen, The Master and Timelords, but with Moffat it’s Silence, Angels and the Moffat brigade consistently. I’m getting tired of him smashing his foot into the show trying to leave a mark.
Moffat’s always focused on his characters instead of the companions (e.g. Sally Sparrow rather than Martha Jones, River Song rather than Donna) so it doesn’t surprise me, but as with most of Moffat’s flaws it’s been magnified with his increased control over the series.
I think new monsters in Doctor Who are a great thing and I wish the Daleks and Cybermen would go away unless there’s a really amazing storyline for them, but Moffat’s also overusing and ruining his own creations (I have no idea what the rules are for the Weeping Angels are anymore, for example). He bends his rules if he gets a cool idea, but it means that there’s no coherency or predictability, which makes the monsters less interesting and less scary. You need to establish rules for a fantastical world, otherwise none of it makes any sense. And his characters don’t react like normal people (because he doesn’t write them as people), so there’s nothing to ground the audience in the rules of the world. Monsters just show up and do cool special-effects things, then they go away again.
He also falls into what I call the Greek Hero problem. Basically, the tension is inversely proportional to how many of the enemy there are. I call this the Greek Hero problem because the Iliad has hundreds of Greek (and Trojan) heroes fighting each other and it namedrops every hero Homer could come up with. But they’re all Heroes, so they can’t be killed by each other! Then they wouldn’t be Heroes! So instead they just kill random characters, which shows that they’re badass heroes but doesn’t have any tension. But when it’s just Achilles and Hector fighting each other, that’s when the tension increases and you’re too scared to read on because you know whatever happens is going to be emotional. A single opponent is far more terrifying than the armies of the earlier chapters.
Similarly, the scariest Dalek episode of New Who is Dalek, when there’s only one Dalek. Every other episode has tried to increase the number of Daleks, but that makes each individual Dalek less scary and you end up with all of them being defeated by about three people. It’s far more terrifying than Asylum of the Daleks, even though logically that should be the hiding-under-your-sofa-and-never-leaving episode. The scariest Weeping Angel episode had only four of them, one of the scariest Cybermen episodes only had part of a Cyberman, etc. But Moffat always increases the number of monsters until you know they’re all really easily defeated, because hundreds of them are defeated by one or two people.
(In Moffat’s defence - which I don’t say a lot - this is a VERY common trope, which most fantasy and action plots suffer from. But it still isn’t effective storytelling.)
I’m at the point of unfollowing everybody who says people are just mad because Wren isn’t A.
Most people on here had thought about Cece being A it literally has nothing to do with it. I actually think the storyline is brilliant. Vanessa’s acting was also amazing. If the writers had just changed small parts about the finale or previous episodes everything would fall into place.