canon-logic

Reblog if you’re OK with role-playing with blogs whose character is stronger than yours, and you respect the fact should an IC fight occur you will lose. It’s not the mun being rude, or godmodding or being unfair it’s simply canon and logical. Or, reblog if you’re OK with role-playing with blogs whose characters have traumatising pasts. It’s really hard to role-play with blogs whose rules say “Keep ____ out of threads” or “Keep ____ topic out of threads” if that trigger is a part of the characters life, it’s almost impossible not to mention that trigger in threads unless the character never thinks of said trigger, or never opens up e.c.t and it’s extremely awkward.

In other words, PSA reblog for those who understand if you’re an OP character, they have to accept if they pick a fight with their muse, it wont go well. And while certain triggers wish to be avoided, you cannot delete triggers from a character’s past nor blame the Mun for it, nor force the Mun to never explore that side of the character.

This blog is open to ADULT content: gore, violence, sexual or triggering histories.
(though cross out any of the above adult content if you’re not ok with it.)

nyxshadowz  asked:

I kinda get why Underverse can't have a crossover with Glitchtale.... Because the fact that Chara and Sans are gone (Sans still inside Akumu 😑) If Cross!Chara goes there, Asriel's reaction will be: 😱😱😱 but Chara never changed. And if UT, US, and UF, and Ink(maybe) Sans goes there just to stop Cross!Chara and demn Nightmare, Everyone will have their jaws dropped for seeing so many Sans(alive). But the Characters in Glitchtale already knows that Sans is gone. (wow i explained all dis)

Well, I’m ok with people’s different points of view about their theories with Underverse and Glitchtale possible encounters or whatev. You are free to create crossovers and stuff with them, but, if we are talking about a canon or logic reason, I’ll give my point of view about this:

(warning: probably you’ll find some bad english because I’m so tired and I can’t type and think properly) 


In Undertale, the original/canon universe or whatever you want to call it, has 3 three main timelines: Neutral, Pacifist and Genocide, right?


But, there are also variations of choices the Player did during their adventures, before, during or after falling to the underworld. We could call those choices like Alternate Timelines, because those choices could change the course of the story in some way.


The Player is not the only one to be able to take a decision and create an Alternate Timeline, other characters would be able to change something, and also that could create another Alternate Timeline.

That means that only the Undertale universe became a huuuuugeee place with any kind of Alternate Timelines because of choices that characters did, including big choices, or small choices.
For example, the “Pacifist” Timeline of Undertale in Underverse is not the real one, is just variation of the original because there was some choices taken before that don’t follow some events from the original route (spoileeeerrs)

The same thing happens with Glitchtale. Frisk broke the reset button, Asriel and Gaster are with them, Bette Noire was released…. all those choices affected the entire timeline, and as @camilaart​​ said, this Timeline is very damaged that is closed from inside. No one from outside can go there.

And probably, Glitchtale is not the only Alternate Timeline (AT) in this situation.

 All of this explanation is about Undertale.


Now, imagine the same, with the Alternate Universes.
Variations of the original Universe where the story or characters are changed, and those Alternate Universes have their only Main Timelines and Alternate Timelines. 

(So much universes and timelines, isn’t it?that’s what I love about this fandom holy shoes)


Following the rules of this theory, some people could consider an AU that has the same story like an AT, but that only depends the changes that are in the story. For example, Outertale (by @2mil127) can be considered as an AU, because the story and characters are the same like in the original game or universe (Undertale) but the thing that makes it an Alternate Universe and not an Alternate Timeline, is that Outertale unfolds in SPAAAACCEEEEE, weeeeeeee!!

(At least that’s my point of view about the AU’s that have the same story but are set in other ambiences.)

Now, let’s go to XTale and Underverse.

In Xtale, the same would happen, about the timelines and alternate timelines- BUT - Xgaster never wanted to have “choices” and “possibilites” in his Universe because of mistakes that happened in his story he could create thanks to Ink. So, that’s why he used his creator ability (a.k.a overwrite) to “evolve” the main story and create the perfect Alternate Universe without timelines and stuff.

That was supposed to be the 10th overwritten timeline. But it actually was the end of XTale cuz wow such a good idea giving some power to somebody who hate meh because of my actions (more spoilers coming soon)

The perfect creation of the tall guy was his experiment. The X-Event that Cross tried to stop sealing into his body.

Nao, the poor skeleguy, without a home, without an universe where to live, decide to use the experiment’s ability to take the best of the other AUs in order to rebuild his beloved timeline number 10 and pretend that nothing happened there. That could bring consequences tho.

He could take any code, no matter which kind of timeline or alternate timeline, but Nightmare who was the first one to appear, his target became the Pacifist Timelines, the main ones or variations that could be the same as the originals from each Alternate Universe.

So the conclusion is: Cross can’t get to Glitchtale because there are soooo many Alternate Timelines per Universe as well as it’s impossible to enter to a damaged/corrupted place like that one.

Also, Betty is doing an amazing job there, why even bother?

Fin.

musical episodes of non musical shows are the best episodes but you know wht makes them better? when its unquestioned. give me more musical episodes that cant be logical within canon. That aren’t the work of a curse or that dont take place in a dream.

Facts, Logic, and Canon: Lucy’s feelings for Natsu

   Fairy Tail seems to be reaching it’s climax, and as such the pairings in which Hiro Mashima is pushing for is becoming more and more obvious. Likewise, the pushback from fans who oppose these ships is becoming more and more apparent, and I am beginning to notice a disturbing trend. Discussions about pairings are becoming less and less about facts and logical interpretations of the canon material, and becoming more and more about accusing the other fanbase of acting in ways that triggers them. No more. It’s time for a return to form. 

This is the cover page of chapter 416. Now, I cannot possibly cover all of Natsu and Lucy’s relationship in one post. There is simply far too much content. To make things far less time consuming for me, I will limit this post to only material since the X791-X792 timeskip. Material from the omake specials, movie, OVA, and anime, will also be largely excluded. Most of the fanservice will also be excluded. I simply cannot go through all of the material in one post. 

This is from chapter 419.  After Fairy Tail disbanded, the one Lucy most wanted to see was Natsu. This is not an opinion, and there is not much room for interpretation. Plain and simple, this is definitive proof that Lucy missed Natsu the most. 

Lucy chased after Natsu when she found out he was leaving from his letter. Lucy did not have the same reaction to anyone else when Fairy Tail disbanded - and seeing as none of them purposely tried to avoid her when they left, it would have been far easier for her to follow them. 

This is Lucy’s outburst for Natsu leaving her behind. This was in response to Natsu criticizing Gray for leaving Juvia behind. 

 When Lucy thought Dimaria was about to stab out her eyes, her last thought was Natsu. Interpret this how you will. Lucy may have been calling out for Natsu to save her. Or she may have been worried about what would happen to him. Or she may have simply thought of him because it gives her hope. Either way, all roads lead back to the same conclusion.

Upon waking up from the aftermath, finding Natsu was Lucy’s first priority. In fact, Lucy was in such a rush to find Natsu that she forgot she was naked.

When Lucy finally arrived at where Natsu was, she rushed to hug him. If it wasn’t obvious how much Lucy cared about Natsu by her actions and thoughts up until this point, it should be fairly obvious now. It will continue to get more obvious below. 

Not to say that Lucy doesn’t care about Juvia and Gray’s conditions, but you can clearly tell that Lucy was the most worried for Natsu. This is evident in both the way she carries Natsu…

… and by the way she cradles him after Irene’s attack.

Lucy is willing to strip down and use her body heat to warm up Natsu. 

Upon Natsu waking up, Lucy can be shown visibly shaking due to relief. 

Lucy’s first instinct is to hug him once he wakes up. Once again, you get Lucy calling Natsu a dummy. You get Lucy saying how worried she was over Natsu. You get Lucy so caught up in the moment, she forget she’s naked.  

…And this is Lucy’s reaction when he thanks her. 

 If everything up until this point wasn’t clear enough, this is how Lucy acts when she is drunk during the Christmas Special.   

I’ve said this before, and I will say it again. If you’ve been keeping up with Fairy Tail and are not in constant denial because of personal bias, you can clearly see that Lucy has feelings for Natsu. Even with a reasonable degree of bias, you cannot deny that Lucy having feelings a higher probability than her not. It is only when you are unreasonably biased against NaLu, that you would deny this. The evidence for is overwhelming compared to the evidence against, and we are long past the the point of plausible deniability. I will stand by what I say, and what I say is that Lucy having feelings for Natsu is the simplest and most direct conclusion after having observed her various actions throughout the most current arc. 

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anonymous asked:

do you really believe klance is going to be canon?

Oh. Okay. So the short answer is yes I do. 

But the longer answer is that I can’t see anything else becoming canon, and that’s because everything is pointing to Klance being the show’s Main Ship™. No matter what logical (or cynical) thought I could come up with that says Klance won’t be canon, the logic beats it down immediately. Just a few things to consider:

  • They’re the only relationship dynamic in the show that went from point A to point B and point B is changing again in a different direction. Every other relationship dynamic in the show either stayed at point A (see: Broganes, Hance, etc) or went from point A to point B and then back to point A (see: keith and allura) or went from point A to point B while point B looks like the end point (see: allura and lance).
  • They’ve had way more one on one scenes than any other relationship dynamic on the show.
  • Scenes that would have been romantic in nature between a m/f couple are almost always assigned to them (the bedroom scene™, the bonding moment™, the “i got you buddy” scene, etc). Heck, if they were planning any other ship, then Keith’s grief in season three is classic ship fodder in any other show, and they had Lance be the one there for him. 
  • Slow burn by definition means introduced early on, but it’s not obvious and then the relationship changes sometime before the mid point of the series but doesn’t become romantic. and then turns romantic around the midpoint, and then the actual journey of the characters starts after that for a final endgame. That’s literally the trajectory Keith and Lance are following. (Also note: the season four finale would be the 50% point in the series).
  • They’ve been one of the only constants of the show to span all three seasons. Heck, I would even say their relationship is the only direct plot point that have consistently been in every season so far. Their scenes with each other always move plot forward.

Like these are all inarguable facts that make it really hard for me to think that there’s any other ship at play in voltron (hunay aside obviously). 

tl;dr: klance is cannon king

anonymous asked:

Okay i know that you are so sure of klance becoming canon. I appreciate your meta and the evidence that you have provided with it but how can you just say it'll happen and not consider the other option, which is it wont happen. If klance didnt happen, if all your analysis is proven wrong what will happen then? At the end of the day we dont make the shots the writers can litterally just say the fans read too much into it and there was nothing romantic to begin with. Then what ?

because i like being optimistic. my life is already full of negatives in every other area so i’m not pessimistic about it. klance makes me happy, therefore i’m not going to sit here and worry about it not happening… that’s pointless. if it doesn’t, i’ll deal with it then (i’ll never have to though, it’s happening). i’ll never regret the time i put into my masterposts about klance and shit, it was enjoyable for me when i was doing it. i’ve made great friends because of it. i’ll always love klance no matter what because it literally changed my life and made me want to fall in love again, something i never thought would happen.

i’m so certain it’s going to be canon because LOGICALLY it’s the only main pairing that fits everything that’s been said about the romance and it’s the relationship that has arguably had the most consistent development/build-up/focus throughout the show. allura and keith are lance’s only viable love interests and EVERYTHING points away from allura. the VLD crew are secretive about who lance will end up with and his feelings for allura are not subtle whatsoever, in fact, they’re very out in your face (they’ve been on full display since the very beginning). lance has wanted allura since the first episode of the show yet lauren and joaquim implied that what he will be getting will be what he NEEDS, not what he WANTS, therefore he won’t get allura. this is foreshadowed with his line to blue, “sometimes what we want isn’t necessarily what we get”. he wants blue… but he gets red. he wants allura but he gets….. you know where i’m going with this. besides, allura has never reciprocated his affections in that way. she clearly cares about him but not in a romantic way. that being said, a/l being endgame would be the most predictable thing because we all know lance likes her. SHE knows it. the WHOLE voltron team knows it. THAT’S NOT A SLOW BURN. why put all this secrecy on lance’s love interest and the romance if it was going to be something so obvious in the first place? plus, it’s… it’s just not setup romantically. obviously, lance has a crush on her (jshada even said lance “still thinks he has a shot with her,” which implies that he doesn’t) but it’s. never. reciprocated. we’re well into the show already so making allura reciprocate at this point wouldn’t make any sense, especially when you consider that they put in little things to hint at this stuff. it’s never been hinted that allura has/will develop romantic feelings for lance. plus, lauren talked about how important expressions are yet there hasn’t been anything with allura towards lance like there has been with keith towards lance (+the fond looks towards keith from lance when keith can’t see him/isn’t around).

in s4, allura and lance parallel with keith and lance from back in s1 but the scenes are very different. with keith and lance, it’s framed much more romantically: they hold hands, they smile fondly at each other while looking into each other’s eyes, keith says “lance, are you okay?” softly, lance says “we did it, we are a good team” to his RIVAL all while soft music is playing in the background and they’re bathed in purple lighting. the moment is made very important in the show, visually and narratively. it’s made VERY important to keith and affects him deeply and is brought up again twice in the next episode… that does not happen with allura and lance’s scene. they don’t hold hands, they don’t stare into each other’s eyes, allura only looks at lance for a split second but he’s looking at her the whole time, they don’t share smiles, lance doesn’t say her name when asking if she’s okay, there’s no music in the background, lance doesn’t go on to say anything other than “are you okay?” to her. narratively and visually, it’s not made that important in the way keith and lance’s moment was. the camera doesn’t focus on either of their faces up close or anything. it’s just lance helping her up. the scenes parallel each other but there is still a very stark contrast between them. allura and lance’s suggests unrequited affection while keith and lance’s suggests mutual affection.

so, allura doesn’t fit being lance’s love interest and that leaves keith and he RECIPROCATES, that much is obvious (though, apparently not to lance, the fool). they are very much setup to be the main romantic endgame. i mean, just by looking at visuals and subtext alone, you can tell. they have so many trope-y scenes, it’s not a coincidence at this point and never has been because klance was planned from the beginning. they already started building the foundation for it in s1 so it would feel natural (lm: “we’re just doing what’s best for the story”) and it does! it fits the definition of a slowburn romance PERFECTLY and blends in seamlessly into the show. the bonding moment happened MUCH too soon in the show if all they were aiming for was a rivals to friends arc for them. they’re already friends, yet it’s apparent that there’s another step… their development is not finished, it hasn’t reached it’s final stop. i’m not optimistic just for shits and giggles, i’m optimistic because EVERY SINGLE THING points to it happening. i have a very logical and realistic way of thinking when i’m analyzing things and everything that’s been presented to me tells me klance is the main pairing. everything lines up too perfectly for it to just be a case of us “reading too much into it”. leave me be. don’t be a downer.

Sides on Halloween (transcribed from snapchat)

Dizzy @FizzySoda_ (on twitter): What would the Sander sides be for Halloween?

Thomas: Roman would probably go as an elf from Lord of the Rings because it’s epic and he would have the chance of looking fabulous. Patton would probably go as a clown, innocently but then, you know, he would end up looking terrifying because he didn’t realise other people are scared of clowns. Logan would probably go as Frankenstein – not Frankenstein’s monster, Frankenstein, and then Anxiety would probably go, you know, the Jim Halpert route and just kinda go as Facebook with just a page- you know, book, on his face because what’s more terrifying than social interaction?

What the force wants (the Force’s prophecy.) *TLJ Speculation*

Warning: these are just speculations. I’m going off of canon logic. I’m going to also state evidence to why this speculation may be a possibility. Thank you for reading. *may contain possible spoilers*


In the teaser trailer, we are given a shot of Luke Skywalker with his hand on a book in the Force Tree.


The symbol above is the symbol for The Grey Jedi Code. This is what the grey Jedi code states:

Basically, Grey Jedi’s wield both sides of the force. The dark and the light. Notice how the Grey Jedi code’s goal is “balance”. We all know that the forces goal throughout the Star Wars films that it wants to be balanced. This possibly may be the goal of the Force in TLJ.


In The Last Jedi Teaser Trailer, Luke asks Rey (presumably): “what do you see…” Rey replies, “Light….Darkness….the balance.” Another interesting quote said by Luke was, “I only know one truth…it is time for the Jedi to end.” This can hint towards the Grey Jedi being the only way to bring balance to the force.


Now let’s move onto our main protagonists: Kylo Ren & Rey.

We all know that Kylo Ren is considered a Dark Force user and Rey is considered a Light force user. However, Both protagonists feel pulls to the opposite sides. (Rey felt a pull to the dark & Kylo Ren feels a pull to the light.)

*Also, Star Wars Databank has pointed out that their destinies were intertwined. (Most likely by the force). Both Kylo Ren & Rey’s meeting is inevitable. They are destined to meet and be in each other’s future, regardless where they stand. But we will get to that later*

Purhaps these two protagonists could possibly bring out both sides in each other. Resulting in both wielding the Light & Dark sides of the Force. *hint hint to That Scene™*


Now going back to “Intertwined destinies”: Kylo Ren and Rey may have the same “raw/special power.” We know this because Luke has seen this same power before only once, (most likely when training Ben Solo). Luke seems afraid of this power for may be this power that is so great, has been prophesied. This is what the book in the force tree could claim:

Two force users both equivalent to each other, both Dark & Light, will come together as one to bring the Dark & Light out of one another. Thus fulfilling the Grey Jedi code.


*I also want to point out that “coming together as one”: usually, when I think of “two people coming together as one” I think of marriage. For instance the Bible states numerous of times that when two people marry, they are no longer two, they are bound together by soul and they are equal one.*


Anyways, this could lead up to: That Scene™

“I need someone…to show me my place in all of this.”

*is smitten af but knows what he is doing because he sensed his fate/Destiny is intertwined with her’s. He also really wants to be there for her cause the many sorts of “feelings.”*

That Scene™ *I’m still screaming over this btw. I may or may have not cried while typing this portion of this speculation*

Anyhow… I won’t be talking about when ‘This Scene’™ will take place in the film. I will be discussing the point of ‘This Scene’™ and what it means ‘prophecy’ wise and what it means for both of the protagonists. Rey is obviously very confused on what her place is in all of “this”. By “this” she means multiple things. My inference is that Kylo Ren is going to be the one that will not only be there for her emotionally and try to help her get through her pain but also help her force wise(maybe resulting in running away together). The hand gesture is only the beginning folks! This hints that the Grey Jedi will most likely be fulfilled.

John Boyega also stated that, “I think what’s fantastic is it feels like it’s coming back full circle…. but definitely I feel this is the war to end all wars in this movie. I’m interested to know how he will handle that.” - John Boyega for comingsoon.net


Conclusion: “the war to end all wars” = the fulfillment of the Grey Jedi Code (the balance of the force) Rey & Kylo Ren fulfilling each other’s destiny with each other; becoming equals(becoming each other’s equal).


Thank you for reading! I’d love to hear your thoughts! Add on if you’d like to!!!

anonymous asked:

Do you think an Operative has ever died in the KND? If so, how do you think they would handle that?

I mean, canonically? Nah. Cartoon logic and Kid Show Anti-Kill are on their side on that one. Realistically, however, the answer would be yes. And not because of the villains.

My best example of the KND-Villain relationship is this comic strip- Stickybeard and his crew are horror-stricken as Abby jumps over. He threatened sharks, but he didn’t honestly think sharks were gonna get involved. It’s the same with the other villains- they don’t want kids dead. They just want them changed, or following orders, or delightfulized. They don’t want them to physically perish.

However

The KND is a well-trained fighter force, but they still fall. They still stumble. They still get the odd sticky parachute. I’m sure Patton trains rookies in how to take a fall, much like a stunt double does, but there’s still bound to be kids who hit their heads, or their spines. I’d be willing to say that 95% of all operative deaths come from accidents over actually doing their duties.

I feel like the KND is mostly used to these sorts of things. They hold huge farewell ceremonies, then hit the soda bars and tell stories. If a death is particularly heroic, their number will forever be removed from use- retired to special hall of operatives. It’s a big deal.

There’s also the odd Numbuh 20,000, who’s so desperate to do what he feels is best that he’s willing to literally destroy everything to make sure it happens. This is heavily frowned upon. The KND is a joint organization, benefiting from healthy team dynamics.  

Simple answer: if this weren’t a kid’s show, yes. Since it is… No. Not at all.

every time the inner cynic in me starts questioning if we’ve set our hopes too high about a canon force bond, i remember that that’s literally the only possible way Kylo will find them on Ahch-To.

think about it. the ENTIRE PLOT of TFA revolved around the First Order being unable to locate Luke or Ahch-To. they tried everything; there’s nowhere left to look and no other information for them to find. so what’s changed since TFA? 

Rey is there.

all logic dictates that Rey is the key to Kylo finding Ahch-To at long last. and the only way for that to work from across the galaxy is through their mysterious connection.

i feel like the one negative of korrasami becoming canon is that it set my expectations of my ships being canon unrealistically high

like logically, i know finn and poe are never gonna get together in star wars, literally there is no chance, not in this blockbuster movie

but there’s this small naively foolish voice in my head that’s like ‘yeah but… korrasami happened’