Very unfair. The elephant is tiny and looking in completely the wrong direction. This dragon should feel bad about its choices.
Disqualified for illegal tail spike.
The unfairness here is not that it’s 2 against 1, it’s that the elephants are camping out in a safe zone because they know dragons can’t touch water. Not technically against the rules, but not very sportsmanlike.
These dragons have gone for the ambush predator approach and failed miserably, especially the first one. Look at their feet dangling. Not unfair, but not effective either.
The wedding website has a “how did you meet” section
A village was having sheep stolen by a dragon. So the elders conferred, and decided that they should take the brightest and youngest woman in the village, and ask her to make the modem work. Which she did. This being done, the elders put up an ad on Craigslist, asking for warriors to kill the dragon. Two warriors responded. But the elders promised the job to both of them, thinking that competition for it could keep the warriors from unionizing.
The elders were not well-liked.
Both warriors traveled far, through snow and plain, over water and under sky, to reach the dragon’s lair. When they arrived at the same time, they saw one another and approached, swords ready but not drawn.
“The elders gave you this job too?” she asked.
“Uh-huh,” he said. "And offered a flat rate for the head. So either we bring it in together, and neither of us makes rent this month -“
"Or we fight, and the winner gets the dragon.” She drew her sword. "First blood? You’re cute, I don’t want to kill you.“
"And I don’t want to die. So that sounds good.” And he blushed as he drew his own sword, because he thought she was cute, too.
They fought for a night and a day, the barren hills outside the lair ringing with the clash of their steel. She was stronger, but he was quicker. He was cunning, but she was trained. All things considered, they complemented one another very well.
At the dawn of the second day, they lay there, spent, neither able to lift their sword. No blood had been drawn.
“Well, neither of us is fighting a dragon today,” she said. "You want to get sushi?“
"I really do,” he said. "I think you’re cute too.“
They left hand in hand. The dragon, irritated from having been kept up all night by the sounds of fighting, burned down the elders’ homes.
(The warriors made rent that month. But that’s a different story.)
Just a nitpick, but Toothless *did* demonstrate the ability to recognize himself, and what is more, he did it on an abstract level - he saw a drawing Hiccup did, and he understood Hiccup is drawing him and not, say, some general Night Fury. And that even though Hiccup's sketch wasn't exactly detailed.
I saw your more thorough reblog and response and quite enjoyed the additions! Thank you for sharing! It’s fun to see more commentary on Toothless’ notable intelligence. I didn’t say that Toothless couldn’t recognize himself, though! I made no mention either way - simply said it’s another test of intelligence that can be done, along with many others.
Toothless recognizing himself in the artwork Hiccup drew in the cove is perhaps debatable. I guess I myself am going to be cautious about claiming that the dragon recognizes himself in that scene (I do quite suspect Toothless would recognize himself in a water reflection, though). Toothless seems quite intrigued, which could suggest he recognizes the drawing as himself. If that is the case, that’s pretty incredible because, also as you pointed out, it’s abstract. We have seen some animals like a few dogs recognize flattened images and be able to identify the three-dimensional object - but that is not something that is very commonly seen and demonstrates intelligence. But that’s looking at photographs. Looking at artwork and abstracting the intended image is, as you know, far far far more impressive. So that would be extraordinary for the Night Fury. I’m not sure that Toothless perking up and then going to get a tree branch indicates that the dragon recognizes himself - for all we know going in the dragon’s head, he found Hiccup’s scribbling an interesting activity and just wanted to try his hand (or, erm, mouth) at it. It means I’m agnostic about it and not going to conclude it’s one way or the other. I can see the scene going either way, I guess.
I also suppose I personally have some doubts about whether or not Toothless drew Hiccup in the cove. It’s really fun to see that interpretation, and I think it’s a cool possibility, but I also wonder if that’s a happy accident. We humans are so good at abstraction - and also have been psychologically attuned to recognizing faces - that we can interpret a lot out of something that may not be actually a face. We may have been abstracting here what the animators intended to be a scribble, and which Toothless at an in-universe level wasn’t consciously trying to draw. It’s hard to say if this is actually a face, and one thing I wonder is that, if the animators had intended Toothless to draw Hiccup, would they have made it that hard to distinguish except by careful fan observation? I feel as though it’s so hard to say - Toothless’ art work could just be scribbles - that I’m not sold on the interpretation Toothless drew Hiccup, as fun and charming as it is! But that’s just me. Of course others can totally accept that headcanon and have extraordinary fun with it.
It’s interesting to see how different individuals perceive and interpret the scenes in HTTYD. That’s what makes it fun to discuss things with people in the fandom. Some of us may see Toothless as having recognized himself and drawing Hiccup, which is an awesome sentiment, and which I think isn’t without merit - you don’t have bad grounds for making those arguments. Others like me are going to be more cautious (perhaps to the point of frustration to some people haha), but I’m always excited to see everyone’s ideas. Our differing interpretations and unique perspectives of scenes in canon material is what makes interacting in fandom so much fun - at least, so it is for me! XD
Seijou university majors - Oikawa - Sports scholarship continuing with volleyball with a major in athletic training. Iwaizumi - Sports scholarship continuing with volleyball with a major in physical therapy. Hanamaki- Mathematics major with a focus on statistics and sports. Matsukawa - Engineering with a minor in agriculture. Watari - Teaching with English as a minor. Kyoutani - Interaction design (Which is designing interactive digital products, environments, systems, and services) Yahaba - Criminology with a social sciences minor. Kindaichi - Sports scholarship continuing with volleyball and a minor in personal training and fitness direction. Kunimi - Journalism with potentially sports journalism as a minor.
Seijou possible tattoos - Oikawa - Constellations in water colour style as either a back or rib piece. Iwaizumi - Traditional koi fish, coloured as a back piece. Hanamaki - Land/city scape in a classic colour style as a sleeve. Matsukawa - Geometrical black and white half chest piece. Watari - Something ocean related as a shoulder piece, possibly coloured. Kyoutani - Traditional dragon as thigh piece. Yahaba - Flowers, lots of them and colourful as collarbone or half chest/shoulder piece. Kindaichi - Tribal design as a half sleeve. Kunimi - Quotes/lyrics as a black and white collarbone/chest piece.
Seijou possible injuries - Oikawa - Knee inflammation and torn ACL. Jammed and sprained fingers. Iwaizumi- Rotator cuff left Shoulder and calf muscle tears. Ace position is demanding. Hanamaki - Shoulder tendonitis and calf tenderness. Matsukawa - Ankle issues from his height and landing poorly, causing sprains and rollovers. Achilles tendonitis from constant repetitive movements as a middle blocker. Middles blockers take a beating. Watari - Contact bruises and floor burn from diving for saves. Hip tenderness from constant pivoting. Kyoutani - Ongoing issues from a dislocated shoulder. Yahaba - Jammed and sprained fingers and elbow tenderness. Kindaichi - Chronic thigh strain from constant jumping and knee tenderness. Again, middle blockers take a beating. Kunimi - Left shoulder sprain.
Seijou’s hobbies other than volleyball - Oikawa - Architecture - Has sketchbooks full of building designs and sketches. (Aliens/sci-fi/astronomy were too easy to pick, its pretty cannon anyway) Iwaizumi - Music. - He doesn’t have a favourite genre or anything he just enjoys the cool atmosphere of live shows and concerts. Hanamaki - Videogames. - Specifically platformers and horror games. Matsukawa - Trashy films. - Particularly horror films though he does like the occasional bad 80’s film. Watari - Reading - This also extends to an interest in comics and manga. Kyoutani - Anime - Mostly he watches meccha and gundman. However he became a recent fan of GSNK. Yahaba - Documentaries - His favorites are about true crime, but he likes others too. Kindaichi - Iwaizumi Hajime, Cars/mechanics/tinkering - His grandfather was a mechanic and lover of classic cars. Growing up around this he got interested in the way things work. Kunimi - Photography. - He often takes trips on holidays and weekends to take scenic photos. He isn’t too bad at portrait photos either.
The “Ends up talking during the movie” squad - Oikawa, Hanamaki, Yahaba and Kindaichi. The “Super photogenic no matter whats going on” squad - Matsukawa, Watari, Yahaba and Kunimi The “Super into PDA” squad - Oikawa, Matsukawa, Watari and Kindaichi. The “Horrible sleeper” squad - Iwaizumi, Hanamaki, Kyoutani and Kunimi. The “Clingy sleeper” squad - Oikawa, Matsukawa and Kindaichi. The “Sweet tooth” squad - Oikawa, Yahaba, Watari and Kunimi. The “I drown my fries in ketchup” squad - Iwaizumi, Kyoutani and Kunimi. The “Falls asleep in class” squad - Hanamaki, Kyoutani and kunimi. The “Constantly texts during class” squad - Oikawa, Matsukawa and Yahaba. The “Updates social media every 10 seconds” squad - Oikawa, Hanamaki, Yahaba and Kunimi. The “Hardly ever updates social media but still has a lot of friends/followers” squad - Iwaizumi, Matsukawa and Watari. The “Sleeps with socks on” squad - Oikawa, Matsukawa, Yahaba, Kyoutani and Kunimi. The “Has really nice handwriting” squad - Oikawa, Watari and Yahaba. The “Not even you can decipher your own handwriting” squad - Iwaizumi, Hanamaki, Kyoutani and Kindaichi The “I’m always cold” squad -Oikawa, Matsukawa, Watari and Kindaichi The “I always over heat” squad - Iwaizumi, Hanamaki, Yabaha, Kyoutani and Kunimi
The coffee drinkers - Iwaizumi, Kyoutani and Kunimi. The tea drinkers - Oikawa, Matsukawa, Watari The hot chocolate drinkers - Yahaba and Kindaichi. The “I’ll take whatever is offered” drinkers - Hanamaki.
Matsukawa plays love live and Hanamaki is his biggest rival.
Matsukawa is a horrible cook, unfortunately he loves cooking. However, he has no idea what he’s doing and guesses a lot of things, the kitchen always ends up in a mess.
Hanamaki shows pictures of Matsukawa’s cooking creations to his Kouhai to scare them. “If you don’t do clean up duty properly, we’ll get Matsukawa to provide the food for the next team meet.”
Yahaba is smooth as hell when it comes to flirting. However internally he’s about to blow a fuse (Rest in fucking pieces you nondescript cream puff)
Kyoutani is terrible at flirting, this boy is as subtle as a sledge hammer.
Watari and Kyoutani often talk about manga/anime releases.
Hanamaki and Matsuka’s enjoyment for the horror genre freak Oikawa out, whats worse is when Yahaba chimes in about how particular movie scenes/game levels are based off a true crime.
Iwaizumi thinks its pretty cool that Kindaichi knows so much about cars and mechanics. He almost fainted when Iwaizumi offhandedly told him so.
Kunimi is suspiciously always the one to take the group photos and never be in them. When the team figure this out, they do their best to pull him into as many selfless as possible.
The team often go to the movies together. (They usually take up an entire row, and have to sit towards the back because they’re all so tall)
Iwaizumi constantly drags the other third years to album releases and live shows.
Oikawa is surprisingly the worst at time management.
I really love the idea of the Dragon noodles, and I want to stretch the idea further. That the dragons are real, that magic is real. There’s so much potential:
The revelation in the first place would be earth-shattering to Genji and Hanzo, no matter their exact connection to the original dragon brothers.
And traumatizing depending on how it happens. My favorite idea is that their powers go out of control one day and strange things start happening around them.
Exploration of Japanese folklore, myths, and mythology.
By Japanese dragon standards, the Shimada bros are probably babies, because they hadn’t manifested their powers like that before. It’s one thing to control the dragons; it’s another to truly become them.
Given by beginning narration in Dragons, the Dragon Brothers are large enough to carry everybody of Overwatch on their back. :D
Shapeshifter shenanigans. (Into which shapes can Genji and Hanzo transform? Is Genji restricted because of his body? Or is Hanzo? Does either of them avoid it? Do either or both of them experience physical dysphoria when transformed? Or are they comfortable? And most importantly - do they use it for pranks?)
I think they are mizuchi (water deities / river dragons), so even if they don’t like swimming, they’re drawn to moving water. Plus it helps healing them, though it works best in Japan.
I mentioned shapeshifting. This made me think about literal growing pains in combination with their powers going sort out of control. Physical pain as horns start growing out of their skulls, for example. And that’s not speaking of the horror because nobody knows what is happening at first.
The siblings comfort each other on the bad days or when nobody can figure out what the heck the new thing is that is happening to them. It happens distressingly often, but at least they can share their bad jokes with each other.
The Shimada bros, one in dragon form and one in human form, teasing each other. Like, Hanzo drenches Genji with a water wave - he solemnly promises he’s going to scribble rude things on his big brother’s too big head first, then flood his room once Genji is in dragon form. Hanzo just snorts at him and topples him over with a nudge of his snout so that he falls butt-first into the mud.
The ‘How do we house a sixty-something feet long dragon in close quarters, let alone two’ question pops regularly up at various Overwatch places.
I added another line to my region. A Dragon Type Fluffy Monitor Lizard that evolves into either a Dragon/Fire Mushussu or a Dragon/Water Questing Beast. Evolution is based on gender. Males to Mushussu, Females to Questing Beast.
Every element has a Master Level Technique, that
only the oldest and strongest of dragons can use, and they apply to each
of the eleven core elements.
Master Level Earth dragons gain the ability to slow, stop, or speed
up time. They can freeze themselves in time. Some can even travel
Master Level Water dragons have powerful telepathy, telekinesis, and
foresight. They can read minds, affect the world with their minds, and
see into the future.
Master Level Fire dragons find strength from the hearth. When in a
group they amplify the powers of their fellows, and being near kin or
close friends can heal and empower them.
Master Level Wind dragons can control the weather, bringing storms, rain, winds, and all manner of destruction.
Master Level Ice dragons cannot be lied to. They cannot lie
themselves either, though they are masters at bending words. What they
say will always be true, but careful how you interpret it.
Master Level Shadow dragons can commune with spirits, summon
spirits, draw power from spirits, and even become spirits themselves.
Master Level Light dragons can give life to those without, including
motionless objects, corpses, or creating beings and life from scratch.
This ability can also be used to heal.
Master Level Lightning dragons can mold and shape metal, as well as controlling magnetic fields.
Master Level Plague dragons can draw strength from feeding off the
blood of others. They can also manipulate the fluid, and become blood
themselves to avoid or heal from attacks. Some can even vomit forth
blood soaked with disease.
Master Level Nature dragons are toxic creatures. Their bites can
kill nearly anything, and biting them will prove fatal as well. Venom
and poison seeps from ever tooth, claw, and scale.
Master Level Arcane dragons control chaos, able to destroy and
create matter and energy with but a thought. This can lead to massive
explosions and destructive black holes, as well as being used to fuel
the dragon in question. Their bodies become warped and twisted, always
draconic, yet always strange.
The Pillar and Spiral are one in the same, a massive dragon, formed
from all the deities, coiled around Sorienth, its tail in its jaws. The
Pillar and Spiral dragon has control over all the powers of Dragonkind,
and mastery over all of Dragonkind itself.
Stars. Either because I’m camping or because I’ve stuck them on myself.
2. What does your favorite pair of socks look like?
I have several, but I wore the starry galaxy ones yesterday. They’re black and dark blue and have stars embroidered on them, with a couple picked out in rhinestones!
3. Water, Earth, Air, or Fire?
Fire. You can fly with fire, and forge things, and light the way. Water always comes a close second, but I’ve always hoped I was a more generative person than manipulative.
4. What is your opinion on dragons?
Obnoxiously favorable. Heart eyes, motherflappers. So many books with dragons. Y'all don’t even know.
5. If you were put in charge of naming a star, what would you call it?
I’m really fond of the name Alice, myself. Failing that, or just naming it some combination of my own name and surname, I’d go with smth from Greek mythology.
Or, honestly, I’d call it Undomiel and refer to ot as the Evenstar. Haha.
6. Do you have an object that you take with you wherever you go, either for good luck or a reminder or just because?
I almost always have my sketchbook (moleskine, extra large, unlined, black) because I decided long ago as a tiny child that if I was ever bored again it wouldn’t be my own damn fault.
7. What is a song/piece of music that changed your life?
A Narnian Lullaby, by Harry Gregson-Williams. I listened to it on repeat for months while I waited in agony for The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe to come out in theaters.
8. If you accidentally stumbled into a magical world, had adventures, made friends, and then were offered the option to stay, would you stay or come back?
I’m literally writing a book about this rn. My protag and I are pretty different people, though.
It would depend on if I could do meaningful things there. Live a useful life.
Stay, though. You had me at ‘magical world,’ and I’m single, and my family knows I intend to go off into the wide world. A different world’s not that out there.
9. What is something good that has happened to you in the last week?
Not ten minutes ago I received in the mail a brooch I bought from the artist @kaiami, in the shape of an egg on a piece of toast.
Not only was it super quick to ship, but she included bonus art <3 <3 <3
10. What impossible thing have you always wanted to do/be?
Build a castle, be a blacksmith, fly.
Luckily, there are tax exemptions for doing useful things with land once you own it, the John C. Campbell Folk School offers beginning blacksmithing classes, and there are such things in the world as planes, zip lines, and hot air balloons.
I hate the image of INFJs that is frequently presented online. If one was to read personality site descriptions, the general impression is that the INFJ is a psychic empath with the power to change the world who walks on water and understands the mysteries of the universe while maintaining a breathtaking balance of strength and
fragility that defies understanding.
That drivel is written either by people who don’t understand
INFJs or by INFJs who need their ego stroked.
I wish they’d go found a cult or something because they really give the
wrong impression…and they fuel the tidal wave of people who took a quick online
test, came out (incorrectly) INFJ, and now think they’re Jesus on a luck
In a way, I understand where the myth comes from, but it’s
really misunderstood. Empaths? Hell. No.
INFJs are just really good at knowing what people want to see, need to
see, and showing exactly that. There’s a
term for it – it’s called INFJ Mirroring.
In order to understand what’s really going on, you have to
understand the IN*J function stack. For
an IN*J the instinctive, easiest way of dealing with the world is through
Introverted Intuition. So we make
intuitive leaps…we just “get” stuff. But
that’s not all there is to it. The thing that makes IN*Js look “magical” to
others is the fact that our last function is Extroverted Sensing. We are constantly taking in the world around
us, picking up details, stimuli…we just don’t realize we’re doing it. When you feed that stream of sensory data
into the world filter of Introverted Intuition, we use all of that info to fuel
those leaps. We look as if we’re
telepathic. Really, we’re just oblivious
to the massive amounts of data our brain is using to “get” stuff through
For INFJs, that ability to just seem to get stuff is
compounded by the Extroverted Feeling that’s our secondary function – the
second most important part of dealing with our world. We make those intuitive leaps…and we apply
them to emotional and social contexts. That
means that when we’re talking to you – whether “you” is an individual or an
audience – we intuitively sense what you want and expect…and we give it to you.
It’s this subconscious feedback loop that picks up on all the little
social cues in an interaction, matches them to what we know about social norms
and contexts, and then responds in the way the audience wants. It comes out as warmth, social connection,
Most often, it’s not.
Yeah, I know…I just pissed of a lot of INFJs. But really, we’re not always that empathetic,
especially as we mature. INFJs tend to
be very private and very intense. We
have a surface connection, a basic empathy, sure. But most of that is the result of mirroring
what you need. We protect the really sensitive, emotional core of connection,
reserving it for the few people we let in.
The rest of it is a lot of instinct and a little emotion.
That ability to mirror is powerful, and it can be used. When you have a knack for showing people what
they want to see, everyone has a different image of who you are – an image that
frequently resembles their idea of themselves.
Year in and year out, I have students and administrators who think
they’re my dear friends. They tell me
that we’re “just alike.” Or, my favorite among older faculty and
administrators, that I remind them “of a younger version of myself.” Actually, they’re just seeing me
instinctively mirror them; they see surprisingly little of me. Do I let them remain under the impression
that they know me? Of course.
INFJs aren’t psychic or empathic. They’re just good at mirroring. And, of course, depending on upbringing and
environmental factors, they can be really…really…really good at mirroring. Yes, mirroring is exhausting, even when
you’re doing it instinctively. It
contributes to social burnout and makes the INFJ need to escape from
interactions with others. But when
you’re in the midst of it? In the
moment? You know how to create the
needed connections; you get caught up in the reflection, and quite frequently,
you totally empathize. Until the mirror
falls empty again.
“On a cliff overlooking the dark waters of Lake Calenhad stands the tower fortress that is home to the Circle of Magi. This tower is the only place in Ferelden where mages may study their art among others of their kind. Within the high stone walls, the Circle practices its magic and trains apprentices in the proper use of their powers. But the Circle Tower is as much a prison as a refuge; the ever-vigilant templars of the Chantry watch over all mages, constantly alert for any sign of corruption. This gilded cage is the only world you know. Found to be sensitive to magic at a young age, you were torn from your family and grafted here as an apprentice. Now, that apprenticeship is nearly over and all that remains is the final test: the Harrowing.”
//The ones in BOLD are going to be more creative than the others, so they’ll be more colourful and beautiful. This also means that they are more powerful than the others////The ones CROSSED OFF are the ones I’ve done already////The ones that are ITALIC (think that’s how you spell it) are the ones that are mythical and the most powerful ones of them all//Lynx - Lynx Volans - Flying Fish Lacerta - Lizard Hydrus/Hydra - Water Snake (most likely going to be twins) Vulpecula - Fox Ursa Minor - Little Bear (either siblings to Ursa Major or child of Ursa Major) Ursa Major - Big Bear (either siblings to Ursa Minor or parent of Ursa Minor) Columba - Dove Lepus - Hare Tucana - Toucan Lupus - Wolf Pavo - Peacock Phoenix - Phoenix Monoceros - Unicorn Cygnus - Swan Draco - Dragon Pegasus - Pegasus Cetus - Whale/Sea Monster
So, in my first D&D campaign(vers.5) , which is still going on, my group and I get shot down in an airship because it crossed the border of two warring factions: the Storm, and the kingdom under siege by the Storm. So, we get shot down, and promptly find this bird-man named Bob. He is part of a rebellion against the Storm, and recruits us to help him destroy the base that shot us down.
So, we find it. There’s a giant magic Anti Air Cannon on top of it. (Btw, I’m a water genasi cleric, we have a dragon born barbarian, a elf ranger, a tiefling sorcerer, and another elf who is a monk). We then infiltrate it and enter the first room. It’s a small entryway with a long hallway leading deeper and 4 tapestries with the Storm logo hanging on either side of the hallway.
This is how it goes:
DM: you see a long hallway and 4 tapestries with the storm logo on either si-
Me: Can I tear one down and wear it as a cape?
DM: wha-? I-I guess…let me roll…
*rolls 8 sided die*
DM: okay, you tear down the one closest to the right of the hallway, and you clip it to your back to wear as a cape. Oh, and there’s an orange button behind it.
Drgnbrn: I push the button.
DM: okay, you hear a noise from the highway, almost like something is powering down.
Me: I push the button.
Drgnbrn: No, I push it!
*this continues on until all 5 in party are arguing who gets to push it*
DM: OKAY OKAY YOU ALL GET TO PUSH IT!
Us: We continue to push it.
DM: you do this for 5 minutes and there are sparks coming from the walls in the hallway. The button becomes stuck.
So what was actually there was a button that deactivated the traps in the hallway, which would’ve killed us all in almost one hit. And that stopped because of pointless bickering and me wanting a cape.
Ps, we crashed on the side of a mountain, so there was a lot of snow. Because I’m a water genasi, I get to shape water. So what I did was make a 5 ft deep pathway so we can walk through the snow without being seen. Also I make a bubble helmet made of water that I where through the entire sesh.
If RWBY does spiral as many dread I decided to build in a safety net
RWBY Retold: 12 Saints of Remnant
Now before I say anything I will make these statements clear
There will be these Ships
Arctic Water/Ice Berg
Maybe Wise Dragon/Forestfire
and Im a bit undecided on either Shades of Red or Normal Schnees(Ruby x Whitley)
It will take place post volume 3
I do make radical changes
1. Jacques or I renamed Johnathan Schnee is a more of a redeemable but emotionally detached widowed father and uncle, mostly haunted by his past failing to save his wife, brother, and sister. He alludes to Merlin the Magical and the Beast in beauty and the beast. Also I plan on adding bits of the Nutcracker too
2.Whitely is Weiss and Winters Cousin, son of John’s dead older sister and brother in law and he took him in
3. Blake’s mother is widowed and by the name of Tsubaki and Girha died in the Great War that occurred 30 years ago instead of 80, she works as a nurse even tough she is qualified to be a doctor because the one in charge of the hospital is a dick and refuses to treat atleasians and mistralians
4. the 4 maidens are part of 12 guardians in total and a Wizard
2 solar and lunar siblings
4 seasonal maidens
4 Mountain Knights
2 Sky and Forest Magi
and a Wizard of Time
5. There is meta fiction, mostly having to do with reality-bending sculptures, one of them called “The Infinity Spring”
and if I get this done and with enough nerve I may make an Audiobook with anyone who is willing to voice it, here on Tumblr or Behind The Voice Actors
im just remembering the unit we had on deep sea organisms in marine biology and keep thinking how absolutely horrendous and ugly a deep sea dragon would be
would be basically translucent. either has GINORMOUS eyes like squid or itsy bitsy useless ones. uses bioluminescence (fun fact: red bioluminescensce is the rarest, as red has the shortest wavelengths and is basically useless for long distance communication. most deep sea fish can’t see red. which is why some deep sea predators have red “search lights” under their eyes to spot prey that can’t see ‘em coming). is really flat or blob like because high pressure. rarely moves, it’s an ambush predator. can sit still for months until food drifts bye. can’t swim fast, but can strike very quickly. super efficient energy conserving ability.
dont forget the gnarly teeth, flexible and extendable stomach, and random tentacle appendages