azzandra

azzandra said: He did once make an aperitif out of toothpaste and hedgehogs. I think this is one of those cases where it’s a good thing he doesn’t usually cook.

*laughing* I’d forgotten that. Maybe he cooks the way he Sparks – wildly creative and worrying for bystanders.

azzandra answered: If Vole is what happens when they don’t hold onto their humanity, maybe Higgs is what happens when they do?

Oh, that’s an interesting thought! How literally do you mean? Higgs’ personality could easily be the result of a Jäger who maintains humanity, and/or continues to interact with humans more rather than with the pack. But he also looks human. Do you think if they hold onto humanity it affects their appearance, or that he had an easier time remaining part of human society because he didn’t look like a Jäger? Or that both things are true but unrelated?

azzandra replied to your post:Things I did not need in my head: A…

He would have to hire someone else to handle the customers, though, because otherwise I see things ending in murder a lot of the time.

I don’t think it would end in murder. Tweedle usually only kills his family which… would sound worse if he had any other family.

I see Tweedle + customers ending with them being offended more than killed, but this still wouldn’t be good for business.

Of course, Tweedle has the option of making a shop assistant.

Gizoogle is the best thing on the internet.

And to prove it here is a Gizoogle translate of Azzandras Post Fate of the Gods betrayal Dialogue:

Warning Contains swearing!

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Azzanadra: Be straight-up careful what tha fuck you say here, ‘Ghetto Guardian’. If I was not under ordaz from Zaros… But I would know this: do you regret yo’ chizzle?

Player: Yes yes y'all.
Azzanadra: That…is a start yo, but know dat there aint one word you could say ta me ta repair tha damage you have done. If you truly regret yo’ chizzle, prove dat wit actions, not lyrics. For so long as Zaros lives, you need not fear retribution. I aint talkin’ bout chicken n’ gravy biatch. But if he takes a thugged-out dirt nap before his thugged-out lil’ plan is complete, then no amount of apologizzle or regret will keep mah handz from yo’ throat. In time - if you prove yo ass ta me again n’ again n’ again - I may be able ta forgive yo thugged-out ass.

I am not sorry.

azzandra replied to your post “azzandra replied to your post:Dark OT3: Day Thirty So they chucked it…”

I’m guessing the boys never had a falling out in this AU. I always did wonder how their relationship (and the relationship with Agatha) would have evolved if that didn’t happen. Or if they’d reconciled in Paris.

I was thinking more “reconciled in Paris”. Gil was feeling more rebellious and less willing to take Klaus’s views on things, so he was more willing to talk. They were already friends again by the time Tarvek got the note demanding he come home at once. So he ignored it and went to be a pirate with Gil.

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Gil + marriage

Gil has very muddled ideas on marriage. On the one hand he’s romantic about it and, perhaps, practical in a personal sense. He wants a partner, someone who can keep up with him and understand him. He’d rather have someone better than him at things than someone worse.

On the other hand he’s been raised to take a wife for political reasons and continue the Wulfenbach Empire. He’s in rebellion against this idea, but guiltily so, and in the present he’s having his buttons pushed by Sephie.

It tends to lead to a muddle of “I think we’re very compatible” self-help book talk when he’s around Agatha, as he feels like his more romantic feelings aren’t sufficient and tries to logically argue (mostly to himself) why marrying for non-political reasons is okay.

azzandra replied to your post: Yeah, I’m done with Agent…

Ahahaha, Whedon fucked it up, didn’t he?

I think Whedon tried to model it after Firefly, but forgot that in that ‘verse, the hero wasn’t the government operative with carte blanche to do whatever it takes to achieve the mission.

I honestly think SHIELD just doesn’t work as a TV show. James Bond can do the superspy thing and ignore individual rights or collateral damage because they have a massive threat that’s been building all movie long. The villain gets to have screen time because he’s got top billing right along Daniel Craig. The TV show gets 45 minutes, of which 30 has to be devoted to the team interactions, because they’re the main characters. So instead of a credible danger we get penny-ante threats that shouldn’t even be a difficulty for a small town police force, and it’s just stupid.

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iztarshi replied to your post:Hey, who wants to read a snippet from my NaNo?

*laughing* Sheep as weapons. Sheep sabotage. Oh dear, poor Dimo.

Poor Dimo indeed. They are herding sheep out of the tunnels for WEEKS. On the plus side, they now have quite a lot more food and some wool for those of them who knit or crochet as a hobby. :X

azzandra replied to your post:Hey, who wants to read a snippet from my NaNo?

I think my favorite part of this is witnessing what qualifies as a “good plan” by Jaeger standards. XD Oh dear god, those poor sheep.

Pfff. One of my favorite parts of writing this was deciding whose plan it was, I’m going to be honest. And then I thought “…oh god what if Veli” and ran off to ask Asuka. I am so glad I did.

Well, to be fair, it got them and the vast majority of the sheep to the caves while simultaneously distracting the enemy long enough for them to do something about those enemies. Not bad for about a minute’s planning, really. XD But, no, if they had been anything less sturdy than jaegers, that would have been a really bad plan, it’s true. XDDD