markiplier “For the people picking Darkiplier as their favorite character of mine… I don’t know who Darkiplier is. He is not a “character” I play. I don’t even know when you all started calling him by that name.

You made him real.

And now he knows who you are.

Why did you do this…”


Here’s a July pep talk.  Cheers to romanticizing the heck out of everything for the sake of poetry and creating your own happiness !!!!! *:・゚✧  Most importantly, don’t compare your summer to anyone else’s.  Live by your own standards and you’ll be lots, lots happier.


My other pep talks can be found here & plz don’t remove caption xx


I’m in act 3. I was so excited for this cameo. But when Zev sauntered on screen (never mind his face-!) I immediately noticed the tender, loving effort the animators realised they could now put into his belt/skirt. It was glorious. It moved so much more than everything else I had to laugh and draw more derpy inappropriate Hawke.



Yeah, but they ~know~. No. No they don’t. Because you know what? It’s impossible to know someone is married unless they tell you. If you wear a wedding ring, you are telling people. If you refer to your husband or wife, you are telling people. If you change your name. We invent cultural signifiers because otherwise NO ONE KNOWS.

And I know that it’s a joke or whatever in fandom, but it’s actually nails on the chalkboard to me because it misses the point so desperately about why Anakin is in trouble if he gets caught and why he gets away with it for so long. Everyone can know that he and Padme are hooking up. Everyone can suspect that he is in love. But the moment they know he is married, they know he has violated all of his vows to the Jedi Order in a deliberate and conscious way. He and Padme didn’t have to get married. They could have conducted a four year affair and been entirely above board as far as the Jedi Order is concerned. But the act of committing themselves to each other, promising a future that Anakin technically does not have to give, was too important to both of them.

And if everyone ~knows~, they being are unintentionally faithless dicks. I’m sorry, but they are. Obi-Wan loves Anakin enough that he can pretend that nothing untoward is going on, but when literally every other Jedi character ~knows~ it means they don’t give a shit about their own doctrine. Sure, they impose it on people and cause grief to everyone struggling with it, but you know. It doesn’t actually matter.

Again. I get that this is a joke. I just don’t like it. I will go back to having a sense of humor soon, I promise.


Part 1 (this)
Part 2
Part 3 (crack ending)

So we’ve been going back and fixing up some story stuff with Isolated System with plot and origin and it’s still under a lot of work but something we seem to be going on is that Jer had the nanobots put in his spine/brain to fix his lower paralysis and was the first one to have this done with them, and obviously, he seems to have unlocked other abilities aside from just walking…

Lankston is saying he should go back to the doctors to get this figured out since this should not be one of the side effects. Obviously Jer protests. (Should also be noted that Lankston has actual giantism that he got later in life. They’re fraternal twins but they almost passed as identical before that settled in more.)