dark triumphs

anonymous asked:

im really diggin how stars magic arc isnt just light magic triumphing over dark magic, the tree of hope scene seemed to imply(to me) that they could work together to make something beautiful, sort of a metaphor for the mewmans and monsters relationships

The whole show seem to have “balance” themes.
Star’s most powerful spell yet (alongside the “dip down”) was the result of a mixture of green and pink magic. I definitely like how it’s not a same old “darkness vs light” thing and Queen Eclipsa herself may turn out to be not as sinister as she may seem. 

Makes the show very interesting and arguably unpredictable.

I’m finally finished with this piece! It took for goddamn ever but it was worth it. I started at the beginning of the school year but I set it aside, so recently I decided to revisit it. 

So this piece is a bit different than my normal compositions. I wrote this one for a larger orchestra (I usually only write solos, duets, or trios) which is my first time doing so. And this is also my first attempt at program-like music! The piece is made up of 7 (not including the prologue and epilogue) main themes that work together to tell a story. I really hope you guys like this one! And if you want, tell me what you interpret the story to be (I’d be interested to hear!).

The themes are:

Prologue (0:00)

The Unicorn (0:22)

The Huntsman (1:01)

The Woods (1:42)

The Tortoise and the Hare (2:09)

The Gunshot (2:36)

Dark Triumph (3:31)

Death of a Unicorn (4:11)

Epilogue (5:37)

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i was tagged to post 6 selfies from 2016 by @tarinya-quinn, @hobbitsmind, @ddraconian-love  and @acid-spit-bitch. while i looked through my old pictures many good and bad memories passed by. a lot changed and i became a different person, but i’d say a better person. my years ends better than it started and i am looking forward to 2017. i wish my friends all the best and that your wishes come true!

usually i don’t tag a lot of people, but this time i will tag my fave blogs and tumblr friends :)
@adalbertfrigidus, @asylumsammet, @blodbranddod, @carelessreaper, @chaosr-evolution, @chlamydia-trachomatis, @cutefreakshow, @d-e-r-n-h-e-l-m, @dark-triumph, @depseth, @dur-undume, @elixmia, @ethereal-valkyrie, @fjorne, @fleshbutt-apocalypse, @hreggsvoel, @katarina-von-abyss, @leprozorium, @norse-forge, @perunathor, @punkularity, @reposoir, @s-a-o-r-s-a, @scarsoftheshatteredsky, @servantofmorgoth, @just-one-more-bridge-to-cross, @sonn-av-fenrir, @surtr-sunnan, @war-of-the-metal-gods, @weallliveinthesamenightmare, @yggdrasil97 and @yggdrasill–.

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Trinity Appreciation.

The importance of this relationship  is not only the different abilities and skills they bring for the greater good or their different personalities which creates for entertaining dynamics. They are a team, yes, but they are also close friends and family. They have built up a lot of trust over the decades, and sometimes have had disagreement, but ultimately they have a lot of affection for one another. Clark is the glue that keeps this Trinity together, I feel.

 I love Clark and Diana as a couple, and their innate optimism and  compassion I think helps Bruce and tempers that loneliness and darkness that surrounds him. That they do this unconditionally is what makes their open heartedness so significant.  For me Bruce sees them as the brother and sister he never had. 

The greatest testament of their trust, love and respect is seen when they ask him to be Godfather to their child in Kingdom Come. The timing of it is perfect too because it is all earned via the narrative of hope overcoming tragedy/ light triumphing after darkness.  Bruce,  of course, says yes. I mean, the idea of training and influencing a Kryptonian/Amazon kid, I can just see a seasoned and older Batman would love that!

It’s also why I think Kingdom Come is such a great story and seen as a perfect finale to the DCU. It ends on a high note and a whole epilogue celebrating the Trinity.

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Revenge | complete full-length studio discography

  • 2001: Attack.Blood.Revenge (Dark Horizon Records)
  • 2003: Triumph.Genocide.Antichrist (Osmose Productions)
  • 2004: Victory.Intolerance.Mastery (Osmose Productions)
  • 2008: Infiltration.Downfall.Death (Osmose Productions)
  • 2012: Scum.Collapse.Eradication (Nuclear War Now! Productions)
  • 2015: Behold.Total.Rejection (Season of Mist Records)
The Cat Who Kills the Serpent

*blows the dust off tumblr, rises from a crypt of Cool Ranch Doritoes and Washington Post articles *

Heyyy, tumblr witches? You know that BODE meme that went around? With photos of chubby kitties, and how it was short for “bodacious” and was supposed to be about body positivity and such, I guess?


Well anyway.

A long time ago I remember reading a piece by somebody here (?) where the name Bode was connected somehow to Egyptian mythology, to the image of a cat cutting the throat of a snake, to the idea of resistance to insidious darkness, of triumph…

And if this is *a Thing,* and I didn’t just dream it, can someone point me in the right direction?

I need to turn the occult stone of this funny little thing that might be just a joke, this pointless meme -

This cat, this frog-killer, this drinker of blood.

Eh?