The verse that appears in the soundtrack is an Elvish translation of the moment when Beren and Lúthien Tinúviel first embrace. In English:
“Tinúviel the elven-fair, Immortal maiden elven-wise, About him cast her shadowy hair And arms like silver shimmering.“
But this isn’t the only time the Song of Beren and Lúthien shows up in the soundtrack.
When we first see Arwen, we hear in the soundtrack a beautiful female solo singing the words “Tinúviel elvanui, elleth alfirin” or “Tinúviel the elven fair, immortal maiden..” comparing Arwen to
Lúthien. That line is also a fragment from the same verse of The Lay of Leithian we heard Aragorn sing earlier (it’s like the poor lovestruck dweeb had Arwen’s theme song stuck in his head…)
barbie stickers on the screen door, barefoot on cold kitchen tile, childhood photos on the refrigerator, jars of gumballs, a dark green picnic table, old birdhouses in the backyard, bacon aroma from downstairs, a pink bicycle in the shed, hose water and slip n’ slides, the smell of wood polish and fresh paint, crayon drawings on closet walls, bedroom ceiling fan with rainbow blades, 90s computer in the basement, ash trays on a cardboard table, pacman atari joystick, plastic easter eggs with coins inside, toys scattered on the porch, a snack drawer of oreos and fruit roll-ups, band-aid mosquito bite gel, a muted glowing tv, growth chart from 2004 written in sharpie on the back door
Hey bestfriend! So I was thinking about something, a headcanon about the batfamily reacting to the show teen titans go?
(Hi!!!) I think the majority of them would find it amusing, though all would agree it’s kind of stupid. Bruce would right out hate it because of how he and Gordon were portrayed, and Damian would hate how dumb the characters seem when he knows for a fact at least half of them are sort of good fighters, though nowhere on his level of course. Jason would love all the subtle easter eggs about the Dead Robin, aka him. He also likes the fact that it makes Dick seem like a paranoid weirdo. And despite being essentially made fun of by the show, Dick finds it absolutely hilarious, as do Cass, Steph, and Barbara. Tim’s really salty about it because he liked the original show way better and would prefer they brought back the old show instead of making this one.
Now that I think about it, Fates was a game advertised as being about making choices. By fighting Garon in BR ch14, that's an inherent but risky choice. By defeating Garon in that chapter, it could have changed the story slightly, made Garon realize that Corrin isn't fucking around and that he needs to up his game, which in turn makes the game harder. @IntSys hire me
yknow, since he’s supposed to be unreasonably strong, you’re not supposed to be able to beat him in normal gameplay, especially not your first playthrough. in most games i know of, the devs probably would add goofy easter eggs in his defeat dialogue or something to show it’s not supposed to happen
but all of that relies on the dev team knowing what they’re doing, which, uh,
So, I just realized something. Notice how in the first 3 pictures Sherlock’s got is coat and scarf whilst John has his jacket. Now look at s4 picture. I really don’t know how to explain any symbolism but there is something there that might need to be discovered.
Matt's live stream from October:
Pumpkins man... man oh man I love pumpkins. I can't believe I forgot about my pumpkin. I wanna dress up like a pumpkin for Halloween. Ugh nothing tops pumpkins.
Matt's live stream for February:
Candy man... It's just so good. How could you not like candy? Who are you? Have candy on this day! Don't go over the top but like... eat candy. It's all about the gosh darn candy. Ugh nothing tops candy.