Overwatch Characters as Dog Breeds

Genji- Shiba Inu: “The Shiba Inu originated in Japan and was used primarily as a hunting dog to flush out small game and birds. A small, agile dog that copes very well with mountainous terrain, the Shiba has an independent nature and can be reserved toward strangers but is loyal and affectionate to those who earn his respect.” 

McCree- Coyote: “The coyote is a canine native to North America and one of the most adaptable animals on the planet. It is gregarious, but not as dependent on packs as more social canid species like wolves are. The coyote is a prominent character in Native American folklore (Southwestern United States and Mexico), usually depicted as a trickster. As with other trickster figures, the coyote acts as a picaresque hero which rebels against social convention through deception and humor.”

Pharah- Pharaoh Hound: “The Pharaoh Hound is an ancient dog breed who has changed little since its development more than 5,000 years ago. They were the dog of kings and may have hunted gazelles with pharaohs, hence their name. As with any hound, they can have moments of aloofness and can be strong-willed, but in the main they are gentle and get along well with others. They love human companionship and will seek out affection and attention from people while still maintaining their independence.”

Ana- Canaan Dog: “ The Canaan Dog is a pariah dog that has survived in the desert region of Israel for thousands of years. Canaan dogs have a strong survival instinct. They are quick to react and wary of strangers, and will alert to any disturbances with prompt barking, thus making them excellent watchdogs. Though defensive, they are not aggressive and are very good with children”

Reaper- Presa Canario: “ The Perro de Presa Canario, A.K.A. the Canary Mastiff, is a Molosser-type dog breed originally bred for working livestock. They are large dogs with thick and muscular bodies. Their aspect denotes power. They are especially gifted for the function of guard and defense; their impetuous temperament, fighting skill, and low, deep bark make them quite formidable. They are gentle and noble with family and distrustful with strangers.”

Tracer- Jack Russell Terrier: “Jack Russells are an energetic breed originating in England, and rely on a high level of exercise and stimulation. Jack Russells tend to be extremely intelligent, athletic, fearless, and vocal dogs. Despite their small size, they have a tremendous amount of energy, a fact which can sometimes lead to trouble involving larger animals.”

Hanzo- Akita Inu: “The Akita is a large and powerful dog breed with a noble and intimidating presence originally used for guarding royalty and nobility in feudal Japan. The Akita also tracked and hunted wild boar, black bear, and sometimes deer. A fearless and loyal guardian of his family, the Akita does not back down from challenges and does not frighten easily.”

Junkrat- Dingo: “The dingo is a wild dog found in Australia. They are opportunistic hunters, but will also scavenge from human settlements and even eat fruits and plants. Europeans regarded them as devious and cowardly, since they did not “fight bravely”. They were seen as predators that killed wantonly, rather than out of hunger. They were associated with thieves, vagabonds, and bushrangers.”

Mei- Samoyed: “ Originally bred to hunt, haul sledges, and herd reindeer, the Samoyed dog breed proved a valuable companion for northwestern Siberia’s Samoyede people. To this day, the Samoyed’s reputation as an intelligent, dignified, family dog is well deserved. They often choose to dote on one special person in the household, but are affectionate with everyone in the pack. Happiest when part of family life, this breed needs to be with people. In fact, leaving a Samoyed alone too much is the best way to make them miserable.”

Torbjörn- Schipperke: “Known for a stubborn, mischievous, and headstrong temperament, the Schipperke is sometimes referred to as the “little devil”. Schipperkes are very smart and independent; and sometimes debate listening to owners, instead choosing to do whatever benefits them. They are formidable barkers and can be aggressive with other dogs.”

Widowmaker- Standard Poodle: “The poodle is a medium sized dog that was standardized in France. Although today’s poodles seem to epitomize a life of leisure and luxury, make no mistake: These are real dogs bred to do real jobs. Poodles are renowned for a playful but dignified personality and keen intelligence, as well as what his fans call “an air of distinction”: a dignified attitude that’s hard to describe, but easy to spot in the dog.”

D.Va- Korean Jindo: “Originating in South Korea, the Jindo exhibit unmatched loyalty. They are incredibly intelligent dogs with a knack for hunting, tricks, and even agility. Renowned for their bravery and intelligence, they show diehard loyalty to their owners, making them great companions, and rather reserved with strangers, making them effective watchdogs as well. In fact, they are such good watchdogs that the Korean army frequently uses them as guard dogs for military bases.”

Reinhardt- Leonberger: “Originally from Germany, this giant breed, with their lion-like looks and deep bark, make intimidating watch dogs. First and foremost a family dog, the Leonberger’s temperament is one of their most important and distinguishing characteristics. Leonbergers are self-assured, well-composed, and self-disciplined when obliging its family or property with protection.”

Roadhog- Bullmastiff: “The Bullmastiff is a a large, quiet, fearless dog with the speed to track down poachers and the strength to hold them. While standoffish toward strangers, they have a soft spot for loved ones. Large and powerfully built, the Bullmastiff was bred to be a silent watchdog and only rarely barks; their formidable appearance is a wonderful deterrent to would-be attackers or intruders. They are determined protectors when needed and a loving family companion the rest of the time.”

Zarya- Caucasian Shepherd Dog: “Caucasian shepherd dogs are large, strongly-boned, muscular, and even-tempered molossers originating in Russia. They have existed since ancient times, and served shepherds in the Caucasus mountains as guard dogs, defending sheep from predators, mainly wolves, jackals and bears. They are still successfully served in this job.”

Lúcio- Boxer: “ Boxers are large, muscular, square-headed dogs who look imposing but are very bright, energetic, and playful. They are known to be clownish and loving to their family, but also headstrong, dignified, and self-assured, especially in guard work. They often are distrustful of strangers at first, but will not be aggressive unless they perceive a threat to their families.”

Mercy- Berger Blanc Suisse: “The Berger Blanc Suisse is a breed of dog originating in Switzerland. Most are gentle, very intelligent and learn easily. They are loyal to their family and may be wary around strangers, but are not prone to show shy or fearful behavior. They are suited for a variety of services to man from search and rescue to medical alert to therapy. They are also structured and have temperaments to succeed at performance events.”

Symmetra- Kanni: “The Kanni is a rare indigenous South Indian dog breed used mainly for hunting. Though usually shy, it will always defend its home or master, if the need arises. They are a silent breed and are not nuisance barkers. The Kanni dogs are faithful and easy to train but they will always think independently when on a hunt. They are extremely agile and strong while remaining light on their feet.” 

Soldier: 76- Yellow Black Mouth Cur: “ The Black Mouth Cur is a well-muscled rugged herding, hunting, and all around utility dog originating in America. The black mouth cur was bred as a homestead dog that would protect its family and home against intruders. This means that a well-bred black mouth cur is territorial; most off their ‘turf’ work well with other dogs, hunting or herding stock, but on their family property will chase the same dog away.”

Sleepy Time Kisses - Junkrat x Reader

This is my first commission ever and also my first time writing for Junkrat and I hope I did a good job!

This is for someone who wishes to remain anonymous. They wanted some just waking up, sleepy cuddles and kisses with Jamie and I loved writing this. It’s just tons of fluff and silliness and cuteness.

Once again, thank you for being the first to commission me. You have no idea how grateful I am!

You loved his spontaneity. You loved that he was somewhat untamed and unmannered. He was everything you weren’t, and you loved him. If someone had told you, a few months ago, that you would fall in love with a man who proudly called himself Junkrat, you would have laughed in their face. Now, here you were, sharing a bed with the man.

Jamie was not the most conventional person nor was he a gentleman, but you didn’t want him to be. You loved him just the way he was.

He mumbled in his sleep and you rolled over to look at him. He was on his front, arms hanging by his sides, one leg hanging off the bed, and mouth wide open. You giggled quietly at the way his hair had covered most of his face. He really tuckered himself out yesterday playing in the snow. His child-like enthusiasm for it made you giddy. You had to beg him to come inside before he listened.

Jamie…,” you whispered, reaching out to push his hair out of his face and kiss his cheek. “Jamison…” You should probably let him sleep, but, honestly, you wanted some attention.

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This picture was taken at FSB Lorraine during a familiarisation tour for the Australian Minister for the Navy, Christmas Day 1970. The ‘Santa Bird’, escorted by two Bushranger gunships, also visited RAN pilots stationed at a United Sates Army helicopter base at Dong Tam in the Mekong Delta.


New set of ‘Ask Bosker’ replies!
For @thatguyinthecornerofyourhouse @cirrus-arts @seab-the-dog @zerat122 (in order of asks sent).

1. I seriously wasn’t sure how to answer that reply, but I hope it’s good enough anyway. ^^;
2. Bosker secretly loves hugs, but never shows them.
3. Hope Bosker will be relatively okay after this :c Also, the Ned Kelly armour was a suggestion of @carbons-cave, since Bosker’s a bushranger (outlaw) and all. ^^
4. Fortunately, Orange G isn’t very dangerous, and Bosker needed to annoy Lucy somehow. What better way than to steal Susan’s stains and put them in Lucy’s drinks?

Bosker and Susan belong to me
Leo belongs to @cirrus-arts
Seab’s fursona and TaЯpit belong to @seab-the-dog
Lucy belongs to @zerat122

"Recording of contact with enemy"
 "Recording of contact with enemy"

“During the Vietnam War wounded were generally speedily evacuated by helicopter. But this recording, made in 1969 during a contact between Australian troops and the enemy, shows how, on occasion, medical evacuation could quite difficult. The tape has been edited to compress time - the whole event takes place over about an hour to an hour and a half.”

Despite being made over thirty years ago, this recording remains a powerful reminder of the dangers faced by Australian soldiers during the Vietnam War.


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Carlos Orue on Flickr
Mad Dog Morgans Hideout
John Fuller (aka Daniel Morgan; 1830 – 9 April 1865) was an Australian bushranger. This nightscape was taken from Mad Dog Morgans Lookout near the town of Walla Walla in the Riverina NSW, Australia. It is reported that Morgan used to hide here and use this highpoint to keep a lookout for bounty hunters.


X-jack by Bushranger

If your car ever gets stuck in mud, sand or snow, make sure that you have this handy contraption in the trunk – X-jack by Bushranger. This jack will get you out in no time. The secret of this reinforced air bag lies in a wider footprint to avoid sinking, as well as in specially designed triangular grip feet that keep the jack well grounded. X-jack is an exhaust operated device which has a lifting capacity of incredible 8.800 lb (or 4.000 kg).

20 facts about me

(In other words, prepare to die of boredom)

1. I like cats. A lot.

2. I have never tried any type of soft drink. ever.

3. My dad and I were bored one day so we colour coordinated my bookshelf.

4. I have a brother who is 14 and he’s seriously one of my best friends.

5. At my old school, we got special jumpers in year 12 and we were allowed to put something cool (like a nickname) on the back of it. I wanted to get “cereal killer” but they wouldn’t let me. :(

6. In 2014 I was homeschooled because my social phobia became so bad I couldn’t leave my house.

7. A few weeks ago I bought a fig tree and I am very excited about it. (probably a bit TOO excited)

8. I am related to Ned Kelly (the bushranger) by marriage

9. I have done fencing for almost 8 years

10. I have terrible eye sight.

11. I sleep with a teddy.

12. When I was little I got a giant piece of lego stuck in my mouth

13. Once I walked under a ladder 13 times on friday the 13th and then our english teacher gave us a surprise exam.

14. I was born 1 month early

15. I collect socks and I like wearing odd socks

16. When I was younger I took an art class run by Leigh Hobbs, the guy who wrote/illustrated the Old Tom books.

17. I have met quite a few children’s authors, including Leigh Hobbs, Isobelle Carmody, Kate Forsyth, Andy Griffiths, and a few others I can’t remember right now.

18. It is my dream to perform slam poetry but I’m wayyyyy too shy to ever do it.

19. On saturday it will be one week until i’m an adult, eek!!

20. I want to be either a psychologist or archaeologist when I grow up :)

Sorry for boring you all! If you read this far, *hugs*

I am officially opening writing commissions!

Is there an idea you have that you’d like to see me write? A scenario or a pairing/ship you’d like to see from me? A prompt or art piece you’d like a story of? A new chapter of something else I’ve written? Now’s your chance!


I can either write new pieces based off prompts, ships, characters, ideas, or fanart pieces (only where I can obtain an artist’s permission), or continuations of any of my current work, which includes new chapters, side pieces, or stories within the same AU!

Any fandom I have a passing familiarity with. I’m most familiar with Shingeki no Kyojin, Haikyuu, Harry Potter, Avatar the Last Airbender, and Legend of Korra. If you’re not sure if I’m familiar, simply send me a message.

I am open to writing just about any ship, including polyamorous ones, if I am familiar with the characters.

Subject matter:
I am open to a wide range of scenarios, settings, crossovers and AUs. All you have to do is ask!

I will write any rating.

Original Work

I’m open to discussing original stories and ideas that you want in written and helping you build that into a story I can write for you. 

I can also write stories about your OCs so long as you provide me with details to understand them as characters and what story you’d like to see them in.

Fandoms: Fandoms that I am not familiar with.

Ships: Incest, reader-insert pairings

Subject matter: Underage characters in sexual situations, non-con or dub-con sexual content, and gore and extreme violence.

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  • If you are interested in commissioning me, please email me at foxberrywrites@gmail.com with “Commission for (your tumblr/twitter handle)” in the subject, or send me an ask!
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  • I will write to any word limit between 100 and 10,000 words, and anything I write over the agreed limit is my gift to you!
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  • A copy of your commission will be posted to Tumblr and/or AO3 as applicable unless requested otherwise.

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Under a wide sky

This is the first chapter of an AU set in 1950s Australia. It’s an idea that’s been brewing in my mind for a while and @leiascully‘s XFWriting Challenge prompt International has forced my hand. 

Chapter One

The night sky was a wonder. There were so many stars in patterns he didn’t recognise. If he blinked more and more appeared until all he saw were black spots in the silver sky instead of the other way round. Australia was a wide open dream, a new future perhaps. Everything seemed to be in front of him. Everything was big. Everything was new and untested. Fox Mulder felt right at home.

           He lay back on the stubby grass, sparse and sharp under his singlet. The ground was beyond hard. He’d been at the sheep station for only a couple of days, yet to meet the owner, but he’d surveyed some of the land in his short time and seen the deep fissures that spread across the paddocks, red earth cleaved apart by a brutal sun. In the night time, the moister air closed some of the cracks and the air filled with the smell of warm earth. He knew he should be careful of snakes at this time of night, but the cabin he bunked in was oppressive both in its heat and its company that he often wandered along the creek bank (dried out for the summer) looking for a moment to clear his head and breathe before turning in for the night. Snakes be damned, he thought as he wriggled his back, relieving a sweat-induced itch.

He pressed his eyes shut for a moment, thought of his sister, Samantha. How she would have loved this place. Its beauty and its danger. He smiled at the thought of her face. “If you’re going to die from snakebite in Australia it might as well be while you’re admiring the most beautiful sight in the world.”

Mulder shot up, aware of the scrape and rustle of his body against the dry land.

“Who’s there?” It was a woman’s voice, breathy and a little afraid, perhaps.

He peered into the blackness, still unable to anchor his gaze on anything other than the imprint of the night sky behind his eyes. He blinked and heard it. The unmistakeable sound of a shotgun being loaded and engaged.

“I’m armed.”

“If I raise my arms, how will you know?” He tried for humour, his default setting, but he knew it was lame as soon as the words left his mouth.

“I’ll smell you,” came the quick response. Perhaps she wasn’t afraid anymore. A gun would do that.

“I’ve got both hands above my head. No gun. I’m not doing anything. I just came for a walk by the creek, to admire the stars. If you step closer you’ll see I’m telling the truth.”

“You talk too much, Mr Bushranger.”

“I’m just talking so you can hear where I am. And I am not a bushranger. I’m a worker on the station.”

There was a moment of silence, just long enough for Mulder to lower his arm and retrieve his torch from the back pocket of his shorts.

“What are you doing?” the voice demanded. “You said you didn’t have a gun.” Her voice was a notch higher than before.

Mulder fought back the urge to chuckle. “I’m not going to shoot you with a Coleman torch. I promise.” He flicked it on, moved a step closer and there she was, all five-foot-two of her, red hair falling around her face, brows low in concentration and a double-barrel shotgun held steadfast in her arms. If he hadn’t been a trained observer he would have missed the slight tremble of her fingers against the trigger.

“Who are you, Mr Bushranger? What are you doing out here in the middle of night? Where’s your truck?” She shoved the gun closer to him, so that it was almost touching his chest. He kept the beam of light from his torch steady on her face, and he could see the freckles on her skin and the beauty mark above her lip.

“Who are you, Miss Shotgun? What are you doing out here in the middle of the night? Where’s your truck?”

She held his gaze, her cool blue eyes fixing him so that he felt more pinned by them than the gun. This woman was a firecracker. And he suddenly felt even more at home in this strange wide land.

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Synonymous with Outlaw
Bushranger (Outlaw) AU | Shingeki no Kyojin (SNK) | JeanMarco
By Organization for Transformative Works

A commission for the wonderful @lifeisaponderland, who entrusted me to write a Bushranger AU.

Pairing: JeanMarco [ Jean Kirschtein / Marco Bodt ]

AU: 1860s bushranger / Australian outlaw AU


‘Gentleman Jean’, a kind and rugged bushranger, seeks justice for the actions of the police and finds himself curious of a strange man that stands up to him.

Jean had always found it easier to understand horses than men.


“I am not working with you,” Marco retorts, drawing his eyebrows into a line behind his glasses. He adjusts them and frowns at the honesty he sees on my face. He is not impressed with my answer and I cannot blame him for his misgivings. I am an outlaw, bearded and dirty, dressed like a man about to steal a town’s fortune. He has every reason to distrust me, but yet I find myself wanting him to. He is still here, sitting and waiting for me to speak. I am not deserving of such patience.

Read this chapter on AO3.

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"Hearts to hearts and hands to hand, beneath the blue and white we stand..."

“Hearts to hearts and hands to hands, Beneath the blue and white we stand We’ll shout god bless our native land Victoria! Victoria!”

This would’ve been what you’d heard if you were in the MCG change rooms last night when Victoria won the 2010/11 Ryobi One Day title, and their 5th One Day Title.


Tasmania won the toss, and sent in Victoria to bat first - a costly decision. In a rain affected match, Victoria went all out for 194 (from 36.4 overs) with Brad Hodge top scoring with the willow at 61. Brad Drew and Ben Hilfenhaus the pick of the Tasmanian bowlers, Drew with 3-36 (7 overs) and Hilfy with 2-57 (10 overs)

The 194 that Victoria set on the board prooved too much for the Tasmanian’s to overcome, scoring all out for 109 in 31 overs. Ed Cowan top scoring with 32* with Dirky Nannes and Mark Cleary both picking up 3-fa.

Victoria won by 84 runs (Duckworth-Lewis Method)