current ships

To everyone who tells readers to get a life:

1. Don’t tell people what to do
2. Do you know how many fantasies and worlds open up from a single book? You live through so many people. Feel the same way. It’s an incredible feeling, and I feel sorry for people too ignorant to feel it. I have went into so many different worlds, and these worlds were a gettaway for me when, well, when I needed one. So in a way, readers do have lives, more than one.

  • Me: *has 2 tests tomorrow, still hasn't finished studying*
  • Me: *has 2 papers due tomorrow; still hasn't finished typing*
  • Me: *has a project due tomorrow; still hasn't finished it either*
  • Me:
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  • Me: this is quite possibly the best time to scroll through every social media account I have for hours

[On being on the show and it’s long running legacy]

It means a great deal to me! I mean, I-I-I wasn’t here from the very beginning but at this point I’ve now been here as long as or–longer then some of the people who were here from the beginning. So, it’s a crazy thing.

Darcy Lewis has her own fandom and I think that’s beautiful.



Pansy wasn’t certain she wouldn’t have done it again if it had meant surviving in a world where the Dark Lord had won. Despite what the Wizengamot believed, self-preservation was not a crime in her book.
Neville shrugged. “You did what you thought was right to keep the other Slytherins safe. After the war, it didn’t seem like it was worth letting you go to prison for. Other people did much worse. I know,” there was a sharp intake of breath, “I witnessed a lot.”
“I’m sure your friends think otherwise,” she scoffed.
“I don’t give a toss what they think. We’ve all done awful things to survive. It’s just that our side won, so… we’re seen as the good guys.” (x)


#a lover’s spat #or two hamsters bickering

Ship Shenanagans

The party is on a ship currently and mostly waiting around unless they are needed to defend it so are trying to find ways to entertain themselves in the meantime.

First Day

Flork (Barbarian) OOC: I’d like to see if I can figure out how to make my crossbow shoot a javelin.

DM(me): Roll intelligence

Flork: 4

DM: You start trying to modify it. And you heard the spring snap.

Second Day

Flork OOC: I would now like to try to figure out a way to attach a javelin to my ax.

DM: Roll intelligence

Flork: 6

Violet (Alchemist) OOC: Can I explain physics to him?

DM: Sure, make a persuasion check.

Violet: 17, so 16 total.

DM: It takes some time, and she uses small words, but eventually you come to understand that doing so would break one or both of the weapons, and would be ineffective in battle.

Lexatie (Rogue) OOC: I’d like to see if there is anyone in the crew that I can have fun with.

I start looking through my notes on the crew.

DM: Aside from you and the alchemist, there are no women, so in considering that what are you–I forgot there is a dog on the ship.

Lexatie OOC: nevermind. I’ll play with the dog. What’s its name?

DM: Do you ask someone?

Lexatie OOC: I’ll ask Flork to ask it.

(The only time before this he used speak with animals was with a squirrel and was hilarious because of the stupid voice I had used.)

Violet OOC: Could you use that on a dolphin?

DM: You’d have to get one first, but you can certainly try.

It will be twelve days total before they get back on land. Knowing this group, there are more to come.


You look back at me and suddenly I’m helpless. Look at those eyes. Look into your eyes and the sky’s the limit. I’m helpless. Down for the count and I’m drowning in them. 

Arrow as Hamilton