best character to ever exist

listen. goro majima is objectively the best character, out of every character that has ever existed. i don’t know how to sell people on this. i can’t even provide clips, he’s a holistic experience.

Mike Wazowski is honestly the best fictional character name that has ever existed. i literally cannot think of another name that even comes close to topping it when it comes to being simple, iconic, creative, and hilarious. truly the epitome of fictitious nomenclature 

honestly one of the things i love most about homestuck is when something appears to go horribly wrong in some obvious way, only for it to reach back around and create something even better. for example: having tavrosprite fuse with gcat when nepeta, who would love that, is RIGHT THERE. but that leads to davepeta, who is easily one of the best characters to ever exist in any media. consider also: jade’s sprite almost being prototyped with the blue doll + her grandpa, which would be fitting and in line with the pattern. instead, bec prototypes himself and removes the possibility of bringing back grandpa harley by flinging his corpse into space. but that leads to jadesprite and later, god tier jade. it’s so fucking satisfying for something incredible to come of what seemed like a fuckup both for the characters and the narrative itself

Hi lovelies! I’m here with another masterlist! This time, I wrote up TWENTY starters. These all came from my head, but all I ask from you is that you reblog or like if you find it helpful at all. Btw, these won’t work for each & every character to ever exist, but I tried my best. You may have to adjust some of them to fit your character, or skip over some of ‘em. Have fun! 

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Happy birthday, Peter!

Fandom’s fascination with white male villains is hilarious (and frustrating) to me because 9/10 people in these various fandoms ignore better written, actually attractive heroes AND villains of color in order to claim that the evil white guy with a cape, a cute hat, or a penchant for murdering innocent people is THE best written character to ever exist despite not having many lines, torturing people, or epitomizing white male entitlement.

Sometimes I’ll be thinking about how certain aspects of Bioware games could be improved from a technical standpoint, like combat could be a little better here or graphics could be a little better there.

But when I really take a second and think about it I realize that despite any small issues I have with gameplay sometimes, Bioware has truly created some of the best stories and characters to ever exist.

(Warning, Mass Effect spoilers ahead.)

A good story in any form is supposed to make you feel something, is supposed to make you connect with its world and its characters. Bioware games truly excel at this.

The first time I discovered Garrus was Archangel my heart nearly skipped a beat with joy because of seeing an old friend again.

I was overjoyed when I heard Mordin sing for the first time.

I sobbed like a baby the first time I saw the messages that a romanced Thane left for Shepard in the Citadel DLC after he died.

I still tear up every single time I see Mordin rise up in that elevator to cure the genophage or hear from Kolyat that his father’s last prayer was actually for Shepard.

Seeing the group photo on the Citadel DLC made my heart swell up with love and deep affection for people I’ll never be able to actually meet but feel like are my family nevertheless.

Hearing Legion ask if he had a soul was one of the most moving scenes in any story I’ve ever come across and got me to seriously think about what it truly means to be alive.

Every time I saw Shepard back on the Normandy, it felt like coming home.

I absolutely can’t wait for Andromeda because what a joy and an honor it truly is to be able to play Bioware’s beautiful games. They are all incredible in their own ways.

Despite anything that may hold them back from a technological standpoint, Bioware has given us all something far more than video games to play. They’ve given us opportunities to make best friends, fall in love, laugh, cry, and live in a world outside our own whenever we choose to. I could go on and on about the ways Bioware games have positively affected my life over the years.

But for now I’ll just say thank you so much Bioware, I can’t wait to see what’s next.