change the lines

anonymous asked:

I'm still wondering why the staff if the show has been pushing Sheith so much, at times completely unprompted. I just don't get why they'd do that unless there is something planned?

That’s the thing anon, the staff does hint at liking things such as Sheith (hell Kenton gave us the name Sheith). Which is awesome! But this is also a kids show and they aren’t going to focus on a romantic relationship right away. Things are always changing and story lines will change and go different ways than we think.

There was a lot of focus on Keith and Shiro this season, touching on the prior relationship they had before being blasted into space, this was one of their arks and will develop more as the seasons come out. So there is a way for something to come out of left field for any of the paladins in the future, just got to trust Dreamworks (though they left a huge cliffhanger so ya that’s gonna be difficult)

I think anything is possible with Voltron but we just have to go along for the ride. I just want everyone to be happy and ship whatever they wish, letting others do the same.

anonymous asked:

Amongst the million other cute things that happened yesterday my favourite thing was Blake admitting he was romantic. I mean I think he always has been but he downplayed it due to certain comments by the ex and perhaps the fact it wasn't received with the excitement he so cutely pointed out Gwen has for such gestures. As a long time BSer I don't buy into the whole "Blake has changed so much" line, but I do think he's more comfortable being his sweet, thoughtful self now & I thank G for that!

I agree with you. For the most part, any “change” people see in him in regards to his relationship with Gwen is more of a certain parts of him that were toned down are shining through. Like I don’t think he became a suddenly different person by dating Gwen. Things like being sweet and romantic. Or even that Gwen isn’t embarrassed by his goofy side. She plays it up right back so he seems more free to play that up even more.

The only “change” I think I see is more from expanding his culture/atmosphere with the Voice. I’ve said in the past that I only really started following Blake in 2015. But I watched the first 2 seasons of the Voice regularly and then sporadically after that with a minimal following of him. But from my very limited retrospective look back on him, it just feels like getting out of the “southern and country bubble” has made him grow up a bit and realize how some of the things he was doing before is offensive and not cool. He seems like he has matured over the past several years to me.

And I don’t mean that as a slam on the “southern and country bubble.” I grew up very much in it. And still live in it for the most part. There are a ton of cool and awesome people here. But it’s really easy to go along without realizing that there are people different than you and have different struggles in life and that’s okay. 💖

Did something I haven’t done in years, and edited a screenshot!

(well in this case more like redrew nearly everything but… y’know)

The second kiss we all thought was coming ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


                                there’s only one thing we all know for certain and that is …

Chapter 11 Clarifications

I think at this point, everyone understands that when Noctis sees Ardyn on the train and attacks “Ardyn”, he’s actually attacking Prompto. The bait and switch that makes the chapter interesting. Something I think a lot of people didn’t catch is that you don’t save the train with Prompto, you save it with Ardyn.

Here we have Prompto, getting attacked by Noctis after Ardyn’s bait-n-switch.

Shortly after, Noct falls unconscious, but when he wakes up, Prompto is there. Initially I had the assumption that Prompto had just reverted back to his normal appearance, but this isn’t the case. 

We know that this isn’t Prompto, first there’s a few queues in the lines that follow

While I can’t include Audio in this post directly, this is the first line he delivers that is both oddly formal in phrasing and tone. Robbie Daymond does a great job of changing his annunciation for this line, and sounding much more formal. (audio)

Next suspect lines are during the battle… these changes are subtle, but they differ from Prompto’s character in some interesting ways. 

First of all, what an interesting battle to introduce an ENTIRELY NEW Battle banter that we’ve never heard before, and never hear again. If you listen throughout the battle, you won’t notice any of his normal battle banter, at least not nearly as much. All the dialogue that really remain the same are his techniques

Second, we’ve always known Prompto to be a little bit timid in battle, though he’s brave when the time is right. However, Prompto has never been one to be overconfident, and he’s never been one to joke about the prospect of death. If you listen to the way these lines are delivered in english, they’re entirely nonchalant– not delivered in his usual anxious sarcasm. 



Finally as far as damning banter goes... “Prompto” forgetting about guns for a second. (audio)

Finally, the definitive thing, they are switched in this sequence, proving that Ardyn can take Prompto’s form just as he can make Prompto take his. 

So… that battle adds a little weight to this line.


everyone in harry potter is a poc: hannah abbot (x)

A pink faced girl with a white headscarf stumbled out of the line, put on the hat, which fell right down over her eyes, and sat down. ‘HUFFLEPUFF!’ shouted the hat. The table on the right cheered and clapped as Hannah went to sit down at the Hufflepuff table; the ghost of the Fat Friar waving merrily at her.