I had an amazing well needed girl’s day with Jaslene. I’m practically begging her to make a Tumblr, ugh! She’s the sweetest gal around and never fails to spoil me.
We went to a baby boutique and purchased gender neutral clothes for my little nugget! Now off to some sushi! (Don’t worry I can’t eat any raw fish. All I’m ordering is soup, vegetable rolls, and gyoza lol)
“I do not know who you are. But you need to get out of my lake.”
Response to @phoenixswift‘s Violet eating a fish, which you can find here! In reality, Swirly understands the circle of life and that creatures in the Everfree will eat each other. She also focuses on survival and would not engage with Violet. She caught a fishunderwater!! She’d definitely beat Swirly (even with magic!) on land based on sheer speed alone; and that’s not even factoring Violet‘s strength and military experience!
But I thought it’d be fun to draw Swirly engaging Violet in battle anyway. She’s naive, prideful, and impulsive like that! Plus she has to protect her fish friends after all! As expected, she got a beatdown. Lucky for her, she was only knocked unconscious after mouthing Violet off about how stupid bats are. As a result, Swirly changed her focus more on surviving. She’s still a bit naive but she can choose her battles more wisely now!
The Commonwealth even longgggg before the events of Fallout 4 take place, was known for it’s fishing ports. Because of this, I’m so bummed to see barely any evidence that people eat fish or use it as an incredibly common food source.
You can argue the fish we have seen are nasty and gross but so are Brahmin and Elk with their two heads and little legs sticking out. Yet those guys are edible.
I bet in a more realistic and well thought out sense (lookin at you bethesda) something like fried fish and potato fries would be so painfully common that Diamond City would smell of not just delicious noodles, but also lots and lots and lots of fried fish.