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me: i fucking hate this show

also me: all that matter is that one second shot of keith and lance standing vaguely close to eahc oth

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REBLOG FOR A GOOD LIFE

the thing about zeke/mylene is that they BOTH go through character development to get with each other. mylene’s speech in ep 1 really says everything: she won’t be with zeke because she won’t be with a man who has no ambition, a man who will drag her down when she leaves the bronx

at the beginning, zeke’s only ambition is to be w/ mylene, but that’s not enough for her; this causes him to run into shaolin and start everything with the get down brothers. we all see how this becomes zeke’s ambition, the one thing he wants to pursue out of everything else he’s been offered. zeke’s confidence in himself and his ambitions is something mylene likes A LOT (after she gets used to the record scratching) and it literally completes the only reason she wouldn’t be with him (i mean, really, mylene DID give zeke a “how to date me” guide lmfao)

for mylene, the biggest thing people misunderstand is that she had zero feelings for zeke, which is plain wrong lmfao. she didn’t LOVE him, but she did have feelings for him. she just wasn’t going to sacrifice her future for them (which is understandable, jesus). so zeke finally has a Goal in Life, and mylene likes that, but more importantly mylene is the one who approaches zeke in the blackout and offers support and love. she does that by herself, her own prompting!! and by being w/ zeke she a) learns to accept the get down as something zeke likes & wants to pursue and b) is willing to date him while he stays in the bronx (end of ep 6, where she asks if he’ll visit her), a complete difference from the end of ep 1

it’s fucking tiring to see all this ridiculous mylene hate when part 1 showed both zeke and mylene working to be with each other and going through some Good Old Character Development, it’s really unfair to both characters and usually always unfair to mylene

“Hey Gabe, come here,” Jack said.

Gabriel had been sitting underneath his heating blanket, letting the blunt and bone deep heat seep into his age worn and injury ravaged legs and unwork the pains that almost bit bone deep. While the blanket worked its magic, the former Talon agent <i>had</i> been sewing a hole shut in Jesse’s serape, but choose to put aside his project to look to his boyfriend.

“What?” He asked, not wanting to move away from the wonderful heat of his blanket.

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wHEN WILL LITTLE MIX RULE THE WORLD, THEY PERFORM LIVE BETTER THAN THEIR FUCKING STUDIO VERSION, THEY ALWAYS GETTING ALONG, THERE’S NO DRAMA WITHIN THEIR GROUP, THEY LVOE EAHC OTHER, THEYRE FANTASTIC WITH FEMINISM AND GIRL POWER, THEYRE ALWAYS GRINNIN AND TRYING TO MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY, WHEN WILL THEY RECEIVE THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE. WHEN WILL ALL THESE OTHER WACK ASS CELEBS BE TOSSED ASIDE FOR THESE GEMS??? W HE N

Hazoret has been spoiled

and you know what that means? I finally have something to talk about. So let’s quickly dive into some of the cards you’ll want to run with her as your commander

Before we can know what to do with her, let’s look at what she is. Following similar ground to that of the Theros gods before her, her interactivity is limited by certain conditions. While Theros cared about devotion, Hazoret cares about cards in hand. Unless you have one or fewer in hand, all she can do is sit there and activate her ability. Which is a shame, because she is a 5/4 body with haste and indestructible for 4, which as immediate board presence ready run into anything, or block anything. So naturally, we will want to do our best to get her online.

However, she does have some tech to get her there. Her final ability reads “2{R}, Discard a card: Hazoret deals 2 damage to each opponent”. Eahc? Ehac? oh jeez, I didn’t read that when I started. Realistically, this will be the core goal of the deck. Get mana, pitch cards. So you want the rest of your deck to support this, as well as benefit from it. Card draw where you can, ramp, and your own discard to keep you as close to hellbent as possible. So here are my strong contenders for cards in the deck.

Past in Flames

The hallmark of any good red deck is whether or not it can fit past in flames into it. Because, really, all decks should be able to. Sure, it may feel expensive, but it really isn’t at all. Why just cast a Lightning Bolt and deal 3, when you can pay 6 and deal 6 damage to any creature or player. It’s a strictly better Lava axe and you can still flashback past in flames. Why is it good? Because it can bring back everything you throw away, and can be thrown away itself. 

Insolent Neonate

It literally does everything we want. Quick to come down and let’s our rummage, throwing away that useless land we didn’t want. It’s something nice to play in the early game that offers us a free benefit and a draw when we need it. Also, a blocker. 

Chandra Ablaze

If Neonate was everything we wanted, this is everything we wanted and more. First ability mimics Hazoret, pitching a card, and it deals damage. Sure, if tha cards a land, you don’t get the same advantage, but ideally you’ll keep the lands for Hazoret. Second ability refills your hand post combat and giving you a close to God push, but with enough answers to not tip you over the edge. With enough instants or a card to cast spells at instant speed, you can frame this as a nice surprise to dump your hand before blockers. Her final ability is a way to finish the game. Between Hazoret and Chandra, you should have a miasma of instants and sorceries to throw back at your opponent once again, quickly closing out a game. 

Heartstone

This deck needs whatever mana is can get and with that means reducing the cost of Hazoret’s ability. The truth is, 3 mana for what she does, damage without the ability to hurt creatures, is too much. So, we find ways to deal with that by way of artifacts. With Heartstone, now it only costs 2.

Illusionist’s Bracers

We have one other solution. Double the ability, without the cost, to effectively half the price of entry. Deal 4 damage instead, without having to discard twice. It’s great. What’s more, since, unlike the Theros Gods, Hazoret remains a creature even when inactive, this can remain equipped.

I hope this leads you towards a solid conclusion about where Hazoret sits as a commander. Personally, I’m a bit fan and think she’ll do well in a lot of strategies, and especially in standard. I hope her ability doesn’t reflect the other gods, that she’s the only one who cares about hand size, but if not, it’ll be interesting to see how this sort of deck fairs in each colour

summerkid423  asked:

Hey! Could I have a small Evan Hansen x Reader dabble where they meet at the Orchard and it's just complete fluff??

(Awwww these are so sweet!)
Warnings: None
Title: A Start
Words: 357
Y/N: Your name

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You didn’t know when he started coming around. The orchards the both of you shared had been your stomping grounds for a while now, so the arrival of a new person was very surprising to you. You supposed it was possible that you could’ve missed him every time he came around, but that was besides the point.

He was around your age, you were pretty sure and spent his time at the orchard  wandering through the trees and exploring the long rows. You supposed that’s one thing you had in common, even though you were pretty sure he was unaware of your existence. Every day for nearly a month now you watched him go by, staying hidden, hiding a few rows away, trying hard to build up the courage to go and say hi. And today was the day, pep talks in the mirror, conversation planning in your head and all possible negative factors eliminated, today, you were finally going to say hi.

You arrived later than normal, and he arrived first. You found him wandering around as normal, arms crossed nervously, glancing around at all the trees. You made no move to hide this time, standing not too far away. No turning back now, you cupped your hands around your mouth and sucked in a deep breath.

“Hey!” The boy nearly jumped out of his skin, and in that moment of pure terror for him you realized that it was maybe a poor idea to shout at him for introductions. You walked over, hands up to show you meant no harm, and came to a stop in front of him.
“U-Uhm, hi. Do… do you n-need something?” He looked and sounded incredibly anxious, you hoped you hadn’t scared him too bad.
“I’ve seen you walking around here, thought I should say hello. I’m Y/N.” You offered him a hand and smiled bright, giving him a few seconds before he took it, the two of you both letting out silent sighs of relief.
“I’m Evan.” He smiled, dropping your hand.

“Evan.” You repeated with a nod. You knew who eahc other were now, that was a start.