Okay Kaiba, if you’re such an expert on fashion, let’s break down some of your outfits.
A purple trench coat over a green dress shirt and green pants. Stylin color combination.
A sleeveless white trench
coat (is that even a thing? do they make sleeveless trench coats?) with red lining, a high collar, studs, and pointy shoulder pads. Worn over
a black shirt, black pants made of what looks like–what, leather, rubber?
–with a pair of
belts tied around each leg, matching belts around each arm, some kind of funky metal bracelets…
…and heels. Guess that explains why his height varies wildly from shot to shot.
Best-of-Both-Worlds Trench Coat: even purpler than Trench Coat 1, and with even
pointier shoulder pads than Trench Coat 2. Worn over a black turtleneck, with the same bracelet/arm cuff/whatever thingies from outfit #2.
This ensemble shows up a lot in scenes where he’s in his office doing day-to-day Kaiba Corp business.
Maybe he thinks the loafers make it business casual.
I brought my Bands for Arms bracelets to Vegas for Jared and Jensen both to sign. So, I get to Jared and I give him my bracelet and he looked at it for a second and he realized he was wearing the same exact bracelet. He took his own bracelet off his wrist and signed it. He gave me his bracelet and kept mine and put mine on. So that’s the short little story of how I have Jared’s AKF bracelet now and he’s wearing mine. I adore Jared.
Her dance is the most sensual. Laughs as Yemaya and shakes her arms to sound her bracelets. Oshun raises her arms above her body to show her enchantment. While dancing, makes voluptuous movements and calls for sex to men with her outstretched hands and makes sudden movements of the hips. She asks for honey, showing the sweetness of sex and life. She can at times imitate of rowing a boat. When she combs her hair or admires herself in the mirror, she looks over to those around her.
Writing 101: The Ultimate World Building Answer Sheet
I know a lot of you are budding writers, and I know a lot of people put world-building up there as one of the toughest things to do.
Below the cut is an EXHAUSTIVE list of questions that, as a writer, you should be able to answer. By the end of the book, unless information is privileged for plot reasons, your readers should be able to answer a lot of this too (some stuff is more plot-specific). A big part of world-building is just making sure you are aware before you begin writing it, and you can drop hints in here and there as throwaways and descriptions.
This is not character building, so much as world-building and information you can use to build auxiliary characters that aren’t necessarily mains in your story. This list is based on sci-fi/fantasy for the most part, in non-earth worlds.
I’ve tried to arrange the list into some kind of order, but if you just sit down and write out an answer to each question, i promise you’ll find it helps you later on. You don’t need to specifically answer each question within your story, but just sitting down and writing it all out, even if you already KNOW your setting, might really help solidify your vision down the line.
Apologies to those on mobile who are subjected to the full list :)