fe is iron

That upcoming beach event has me once again thinking of a very important AU…where Dragon Age Heroes is more like Fire Emblem Heroes.

So here’s my pitch for participating characters:

Bathing Beauty Vivienne. Big sunhat, big sunglasses, with a parasol that shoots ice spells. Perfect pretext for various puns and play-on words. (“Darling, you’re burning up! Let’s put some ice on that,”, “Is it chilly out here, or is it just you?”)  

Safety First Cole. In flippers, swimmies, goggles with snorkel, and a big inflatable tusket-shaped tube. He throws seashells and dried up star fish and sand dollars from his bucket.

Leader of Bull’s Cookout. The Iron Bull in dad sandals and a “Kiss the Cook” apron. Attacks with a giant sizzling spatula. Meat puns probably not safe for a phone game.

CassWatch. Cassandra in a red one piece, with a whistle and ample sunscreen. She wields a rescue tube and her muscles, ready to restore order to the beach. 

Spanish Vocabulary - La historia y el museo
  • la arqueología = archaeology
  • la historia = history
    la historia = (long) story
    el cuento = (short) story
  • la leyenda = legend
  • el mito = myth
  • la mitología = mythology
  • el folclore = folklore
  • la costumbre = custom, tradition
  • la tradición = tradition
  • el pueblo = a people [in some cases it means “population” or “a town”]
  • la tribu = tribe
  • la civilización = civilization
  • la sociedad = society
  • la gente = people


  • el siglo = century
    el siglo XV [quince] = the 15th century
  • el milenio = millennium
    los milenios = millennia 
  • la era = era / age
  • la edad = age
  • el año = year
  • la década = decade
  • la cronología = chronology
  • el sitio = site / place
  • el reino = kingdom
  • el imperio = empire
  • el templo = temple
  • la ciudadela = citadel
  • el palacio = palace
  • la iglesia = church
  • el foro = forum
  • la biblioteca = library
  • el gimnasio = gymnasium / gym
  • el hospital = hospital
  • la universidad = university
  • el coliseo = colosseum
  • el estadio = stadium
  • la fragua = forge
  • la cantera = quarry
  • la cantería = stoneworking
  • la albañilería = masonry [related to el albañil which is is “bricklayer” or “construction worker”]
    la mampostería = masonry [related to el mampuesto which is more like “rough brick” used for stone walls and parapets etc]
  • la granja = farm
    la finca = farm [in the context of “farm” it’s something closer to “estate” or “plantation”… normally la finca is related to “real estate”]
  • la armería = armory
  • el arsenal = arsenal / storehouse
  • el almacén = warehouse [in modern context this would be “department store”, but it used to refer to storehouses and warehouses since almacenar means “to stockpile”]
  • el campo = countryside
  • la villa = villa / country estate [sometimes meaning “villa” as in a vacation home]
  • la panadería = bakery
  • el mercado = market
  • el bazar = bazaar
  • la tienda = shop [or in some cases “tent”]
  • la carnicería = butcher shop
  • el boticario = apothecary [today la botica or la farmacia for “pharmacy” are more common]
  • la sastrería = tailor’s shop
  • la herrería = blacksmith’s / foundry
    [specially related to iron and steel since it’s el hierro; la platería is “silversmith” etc]
  • la fábrica = factory
  • el astillero = shipyard
  • el taller = workshop
  • la presa = reservoir / dam
  • el tesoro = treasure / treasury
  • el banco = bank
  • la banca = banking
  • la tesorería = treasury
    el erario = public funds [sometimes called la Hacienda Pública]
    la Hacienda = treasury [more common today; this is like the ministry of finance or something like that]
  • el acueducto = aqueduct
  • la columna = column
  • la muralla = city wall / large defensive wall
  • la arena = arena / sand
  • el hipódromo = hippodrome / racetrack (for horses)
  • la piedra = stone
  • el metal = metal
  • el hierro = iron (Fe)
  • el estaño = tin (Sn)
    la hojalata = tin-plated
  • el cobre = copper (Cu)
  • el plomo = lead (Pb)
  • el mineral = mineral / ore
    el mineral de cobre = copper ore
    el mineral de hierro = iron ore
  • el carbón = coal
  • la aleación = alloy
  • el bronce = bronze
  • el latón = brass
  • el acero = steel
  • el vidrio = glass
  • el barro = clay
  • el oro = gold (Au)
  • la plata = silver (Ag)
  • la cerámica = pottery / ceramics
  • la Edad de Hielo / La Edad del Hielo = the Ice Age
  • la Edad de Piedra = the Stone Age
  • la Edad de Bronce / La Edad del Bronce = the Bronze Age
  • la Edad Dorada = Golden Age [antiquity; not to be confused with el Siglo de Oro]
  • el artefacto = artifact
  • la herramienta = tool
  • la riqueza = wealth
    las riquezas = riches
  • la pobreza = poverty
  • la guerra = war
  • la paz = peace
  • el ejército = army
  • la marina = navy / marina
    la armada = armada
    la flota = fleet (of ships)
  • la contabilidad = accounting
  • la agricultura = agriculture
  • el negocio = business
  • la ley = law
  • la corte = court
  • el arte = art
    las artes = the arts
    las bellas artes = the fine arts
  • la música = music
  • la ciencia = science
  • las matemáticas = mathematics
  • la astronomía = astronomy
  • el comercio = commerce / trade
  • la religión = religion
  • la filosofía = philosophy
  • la escritura = writing
  • el abecedario = alphabet
  • la cultura = culture


  • el arqueólogo = archaeologist (m)
    la arqueóloga = archaeologist (f)
  • el conservador = curator (m) [sometimes curador]
    la conservadora = curator (f) [sometimes curadora]
  • la exhibición = exhibit, display
  • la exposición = exhibit, display / exposition, exposé
  • el museo = museum
  • la estatua = statue
  • la figura de cera = wax figure
  • el retrato = portrait
  • la pirámide = pyramid
  • la tumba = tomb
    la sepultura = grave / tomb [more formal]
  • el ataúd = coffin
  • el sarcófago = sarcophagus
  • la momia = mummy
  • el dinosaurio = dinosaur
  • el esqueleto = skeleton
  • el remanente = remnant
  • los restos = remains
  • la cestería = basketweaving
    el cesto = basket
  • la artesanía = handcrafting, craftsmanship / craftwork, something made by an artisan
  • el artesano = artisan (m)
    la artesana = artisan (f)
  • la joyería = jewelry
  • la metalurgia = metallurgy
  • la exploración = exploration
  • la colonización = colonization
  • la conquista = conquest
  • la etapa = phase / age / period of time
  • el desarrollo = development
  • el apogeo = apogee / zenith / highest point
  • la caída = fall
  • el dios = god
    la diosa = goddess
    los dioses = gods
    las diosas = goddesses
    Dios = God
  • antiguo/a = ancient / former
    la Antigua Grecia = Ancient Greece
    la Antigua Roma = Ancient Rome
    el Antiguo Egipto = Ancient Egypt
  • la dinastía = dynasty
  • el legado = legacy
  • el gobierno = government


  • excavar = to dig / to excavate
  • descubrir = to discover / to uncover
  • aprender = to learn
  • investigar = to investigate
  • observar = to observe
  • enseñar = to teach / to show, to point out
  • inferir = to infer
  • suponer = to suppose
  • sugerir = to suggest
  • estar de acuerdo (con) = to be in agreement (with) / to agree (with)
  • debatir = to debate
  • construir = to build
  • destruir = to destroy
  • conquistar = to conquer
  • defender = to defend
  • vencer = to defeat
  • perder = to lose
  • emerger = to emerge
  • surgir = to arise / to come about / to spring up / to surge
  • llegar a ser = to come to be
  • enterrar = to bury
  • desterrar = to banish
  • prohibir = to forbid, to prohibit
  • permitir = to allow, to permit
  • castigar = to punish
  • sacrificar = to sacrifice
  • rezar = to pray
  • gobernar = to govern
  • reinar = to rule, to reign
  • celebrar = to celebrate
  • explorar = to explore
  • explotar = to exploit, to take advantage of / to explode, to blow up
  • aprovecharse de = to take advantage of
  • vender = to sell
  • comprar = to buy
  • forjar = to forge, to craft
  • hacer = to do / to make
  • crear = to create
  • yacer = to lie [said of places; as in “it lies upon the river”], to be located
  • vivir = to live
  • morir = to die
  • extinguirse = to die out / to go extinct
  • establecer(se) = to settle (down)
  • desaparecer = to disappear
  • estudiar = to study
  • leer = to read
  • encontrar = to find
  • buscar = to look for


  • el recurso = resource
  • la fuente = source (of information) / fountain, spring
  • la teoría = theory
  • la hipótesis = hypothesis
  • el análisis = analysis
  • la conclusión = conclusion
  • la investigación = investigation
  • la observación = observation
  • la prueba = proof
  • la evidencia = evidence
  • el método = method
Community Building: terms and identities

This post is to compile the terms I’ve seen in other places (a couple that I made myself) all together in one place!

Terms for female exclusive bisexual women only

  • Feb - female exclusive bisexual women. Idea: could be used for those who are feminine or generally gender conforming, or it could be an umbrella term for all female exclusive bisexual women
  • Iron - Idea: comes from Fe the symbol for iron, so it would be Fe (female exclusive) bisexual, and would then be iron bisexual. Could be used for those who are masculine or generally gender non conforming
  • Fe - Idea: pronounced like fey, alternative for febs, another one for feminine female exclusive bisexual women

Terms for any bisexual woman

  • Tombi - bisexual women who are masculine or generally gender non conforming
  • Tomcat - bisexual women who are sometimes gender conforming, sometimes not
  • Stag* - bisexual women who are GNC/masculine
  • Doe* - bisexual women who are GC/feminine

Please reblog and add any ideas or comments you have on these, and if you know of or have thought of any others please add them!

*I’ve seen these as being intended for all wlw, but mainly for bisexual women. 

using Charlotte
  • other people: always crits, does massive damage, destroys entire armies
  • me: And I missed. So I attacked again. And I missed. And then I missed again. And I attacked again, and then I missed. And then I attacked, then I attacked again, I missed both times. And then I attacked and I missed. This went on for several hours. And then I attacked, and then I missed. And then i was out of range, and then I got sad. I had a popsicle, and then I passed out in the snow. And then I woke up, and then I moved and I attacked, and then I missed. I missed again, then I attacked and I hit something, but it wasn’t what I was going for, so I guess I missed. I passed out again. Had another popsicle. I had a dream that I was attacking something. I missed. I threw up a snowball at em’, and I missed. I packed another snowball into my axe, that’s my secret weapon. I missed. Yeah, she’s really somethin’, I threw a snowball at her, I missed. I passed out. I woke up with a popsicle stick in my mouth. Don’t give me sass woman, I’ll take a swing at ya, I’ll miss though, I guarantee ya. I’ll take another swing, and I’ll miss. Then I’ll have myself a popsicle. Would ya care for a popsicle? Just don’t bring it into the sauna. Yeah. I reached into the fridge for another popsicle, I missed. I got the package, I put it back, but I missed. I dropped it on the floor. Long story short? Missed.
Reversal of Roles: Tony Stark

Tony Stark x Reader

Assumed female reader

Word Count: 2286

I am so excited for this series! I think you’ll understand the idea of the series more as you read this one, but each of these is going to be different.The next one that I have lined up is Bucky.

“Iron Man,” you fumed. “Just because the suit doesn’t have curves doesn’t mean that the person inside it is a guy.”

“(Y/N), you’re overthinking this. Does it matter that they think you’re a guy?” Pepper, your PA, reasoned, taking the remote from your hands and turning off the television. “It just means that they won’t think it’s you.”

You snorted. “They’ll be so busy looking for a guy smart enough to make the suit that they won’t realize that local genius (Y/N) (L/N) is behind the whole thing. Serves the sexist jerks right.”

Keep reading

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Anime Expo 2016 /// Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones // Outtakes

ephraim // celine
eirika // phavorianne
lyon // niho
rennac // hai
seth // huy
ewan // kim
tana // rhea
marisa // tomoyo
innes // bacardi
l'arachel // updownclockwise

photos by Prinny Fun Cosplay
Esperanto Vocabulary: Periodic Table

Periodic Table - Perioda Tabelo

1 - H - Hydrogen - Hidrogeno
2 - He - Helium - Heliumo
3 - Li - Lithium - Litio
4 - Be - Beryllium - Berilio
5 - B - Boron - Boro
6 - C - Carbon - Karbono
7 - N - Nitrogen - Azoto
8 - O - Oxygen - Oksigeno
9 - F - Fluorine - Fluoro
10 - Ne - Neon - Neono
11 - Na - Sodium - Natrio
12 - Mg - Magnesium - Magnezio
13 - Al - Aluminum/Aluminium - Aluminio
14 - Si - Silicon - Silicio
15 - P - Phosphorus - Fosforo
16 - S - Sulfur - Sulfuro
17 - Cl - Chlorine - Kloro
18 - Ar - Argon - Argono
19 - K - Potassium - Kalio
20 - Ca - Calcium - Kalcio
21 - Sc - Scandium - Skandio
22 - Ti - Titanium - Titano
23 - V - Vanadium - Vanado
24 - Cr - Chromium - Kromo
25 - Mn - Manganese - Mangano
26 - Fe - Iron - Fero
27 - Co - Cobalt - Kobalto
28 - Ni - Nickel - Nikelo
29 - Cu - Copper - Kupro
30 - Zn - Zinc - Zinko
31 - Ga - Gallium - Galio
32 - Ge - Germanium - Germaniumo
33 - As - Arsenic - Arseno
34 - Se - Selenium - Seleno
35 - Br - Bromine - Bromo
36 - Kr - Krypton - Kriptono
37 - Rb - Rubidium - Rubidio
38 - Sr - Strontium - Stroncio
39 - Y - Yttrium - Itrio
40 - Zr - Zirconium - Zirkonio
41 - Nb - Niobium - Niobio
42 - Mo - Molybdenum - Molibdeno
43 - Tc - Technetium - Teknecio
44 - Ru - Ruthenium - Rutenio
45 - Rh - Rhodium - Rodio
46 - Pd - Palladium - Paladio
47 - Ag - Silver - Arĝento
48 - Cd - Cadmium - Kadmio
49 - In - Indium - Indio
50 - Sn - Tin - Stano
51 - Sb - Antimony - Antimono
52 - Te - Tellurium - Teluro
53 - I - Iodine - Jodo
54 - Xe - Xenon - Ksenono
55 - Cs - Cesium - Cezio
56 - Ba - Barium - Bario
57 - La - Lanthanum - Lantano
58 - Ce - Cerium - Cerio
59 - Pr - Praseodymium - Prazeodimo
60 - Nd - Neodymium - Neodimo
61 - Pm - Promethium - Prometio
62 - Sm - Samarium - Samario
63 - Eu - Europium - Eŭropio
64 - Gd - Gadolinium - Gadolinio
65 - Tb - Terbium - Terbio
66 - Dy - Dysprosium - Disprozio
67 - Ho - Holmium - Holmio
68 - Er - Erbium - Erbio
69 - Tm - Thulium - Tulio
70 - Yb - Ytterbium - Iterbio
71 - Lu - Lutetium - Lutecio
72 - Hf - Hafnium - Hafnio
73 - Ta - Tantalum - Tantalo
74 - W - Tungsten - Volframo
75 - Re - Rhenium - Renio
76 - Os - Osmium - Osmio
77 - Ir - Iridium - Iridio
78 - Pt - Platinum - Plateno
79 - Au - Gold - Oro
80 - Hg - Mercury - Hidrargo
81 - Tl - Thallium - Talio
82 - Pb - Lead - Plumbo
83 - Bi - Bismuth - Bismuto
84 - Po - Polonium - Polonio
85 - At - Astatine - Astato
86 - Rn - Radon - Radono
87 - Fr - Francium - Francio
88 - Ra - Radium - Radiumo
89 - Ac - Actinium - Aktinio
90 - Th - Thorium - Torio
91 - Pa - Protactinium - Protaktinio
92 - U - Uranium - Uranio
93 - Np - Neptunium - Neptunio
94 - Pu - Plutonium - Plutonio
95 - Am - Americium - Americio
96 - Cm - Curium - Kuriumo
97 - Bk - Berkelium - Berkelio
98 - Cf - Californium - Kaliforniumo
99 - Es - Einsteinium - Ejnŝtejnio
100 - Fm - Fermium - Fermio
101 - Md - Mendelevium - Mendelevio
102 - No - Nobelium - Nobelio
103 - Lr - Lawrencium - Laŭrencio
104 - Rf - Rutherfordium - Ruterforfio
105 - Db - Dubnium - Dubnio
106 - Sg - Seaborgium - Seborgio
107 - Bh - Bohrium - Borio
108 - Hs - Hassium - Hasio
109 - Mt - Meitnerium - Mejtnerio
110 - Ds - Darmstadtium - Darmŝtatio
111 - Rg - Roentgenium - Rentgenio
112 - Cn - Copernicium - Kopernicio
113 - Uut - Ununtrium - Ununtrio
114 - Fl - Flerovium - Florovumo
115 - Uup - Ununpentium - Ununpentio
116 - Lv - Livermorium - Livermorumo
117 - Uus - Ununseptium - Ununseptio
118 - Uuo - Ununoctium - Ununoktio

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so i went into matlab, wrote out the isotopes of iron (fe) with half lives longer than trump’s presidency will last, and con(v)fefe’d

to further decrypt this secret message i took the result as unicode and i got some (chinese???? i am an engineer not a linguist) characters

google translate is clueless

truly this trump is a tough nut to crack

ourironbouquetfire  asked:

Can you make a list of Marvel Cinematic Universe films related to cognitive functions?

Originally posted by mvrque

Sure. ;)

Extroverted Sensing (Se): The Iron Man trilogy. Se. So much Se. Action, explosions, fast decisions and visual spectacle. The movies are exciting, they’re thrilling, and they put you at the edge of your seat. The main character, Tony Stark, is a Se-dom, and for fun, he parties hard, surrounds himself with gorgeous women (none of whom he truly loves; the only woman he truly loves is Pepper), drives really fast cars, and spends a lot of the time playing with his toys, even demonstrating the sensually engaging Iron Man suits. This one is inarguable. Tony even has the flaw of alcoholism, and his constant impulsiveness puts him, as well as his loved ones and innocent bystanders, in danger, eventually leading up to his break-up with Pepper, as well as his damaged image in the public eye.

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): The Avengers movies. The director, Joss Whedon, is an ENTP, so it kinda makes sense. However, it is more visible in the second movie than the first movie. Age of Ultron is crammed with WAY too many sub-plots for its own good: Tony’s angst, Cap’s patriotism, Bruce and Nat’s romance, the introduction of Ulysses Klaw, the quick killing of Baron Strucker, the introduction of Wanda and Pietro, Pietro’s death, Hulk struggling with his anger issues, Ultron’s scheme to perfect the world, the birth of Vision, Thor discovering the Infinity stones, Thanos’ cameo, Hawkeye’s family, and the reassembly of the Avengers, with some new members? They all make it hard to tell WHAT EXACTLY was the movie’s goal. There were so many interesting things that could’ve been done with the plot, but Joss threw away many of those plot-lines simply because he lost interest. The first movie shows Ne as well, with the many plot-lines of each of the Avengers, Loki, and the members of S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as the death of Agent Phil Coulson, but the plot-lines were all better controlled, leading to a clear idea of what the movie was about (the birth of the Avengers, and the pleasure of comic book fans everywhere), as well as better reception from audiences and critics.

Extroverted Thinking (Te): Captain America: The Winter Soldier. A lot of the movie is filled with espionage: the discovery of a shady organization’s rebirth, talks of how to “improve” the world with some new oversight projects, and the insane amount of planning that Dr. Arnim Zola went through all showcase it very well. It also has many events happen, all of which are meant to progress the plot forward: the introduction of Bucky as the Winter Soldier means new plot-lines for the future. The rebirth of Hydra means exactly the same thing, as does the introduction of Strucker, Wanda and Pietro. The movie also showcases some pretty good planning from the side of Nick Fury; but, most importantly, the scene where Cap reaches out to Bucky allows him to regain his memories, meaning that he will possibly join the Avengers (a team). This all would please comic book fans, but it’s all meant to maximize profit for the later movies yet to come. And, it has a very dark, logical, tough feel to it, where Cap is forced to take swift action at every turn.

Extroverted Feeling (Fe): The Incredible Hulk. The entire movie is about the fact that Bruce wants to repress his inner self (the Hulk), because he’s seen what he can do (hurt his loved ones, as well as many innocent bystanders). Throughout the movie, he tries to find ways to “cure” himself, showing a lack of embracement of self, as well as embracing the views of most people around him as his own (if they see him as a monster, he is one). It talks a great deal about “fitting in”, even showcasing people like General Ross (who doesn’t use Fe) constantly trying to contain him, because he’s “a nuisance” to the public. In the overall themes of the movie, this would be Fe, though Ross is actually using Si (the Hulk is something that shouldn’t even have existed; if he goes out, many unforeseen consequences will take place, and if he hurt his daughter once, it may very well happen again). What causes Bruce to stop running away is that his girlfriend, Betty Ross (also a Fe user), assures him that he isn’t all that bad, and encourages him to use his powers for good, even with the doubts in his mind.

Introverted Sensing (Si): Captain America: The First Avenger and Guardians of the Galaxy. The first movie is, at its heart, very classic, which makes sense, considering it took place at the time of the World Wars. It has loads of classical music, parties and whatnot. The main character, Cap, is a Si-dom, and he is very obsessed with patriotism, America, kindness, chivalry, generosity, heroism, bravery, and all the other traits that were championed in the old days. Very controlled action, and tends to play it safe in regards to the plot. It also features many classical views (the Nazi’s being evil, for example), though anyone knows Nazi’s are evil. As for the second movie, it is filled to the brim with pop-culture references, 70′s music, and characters who remind you a lot of sensory archetypes done many times before (the charismatic thief, the detached female assassin, the genocidal maniac, etc.). The main character, Star-Lord, who has inferior Si, keeps his recorder as a reminder of his dead mother, who used to listen to these songs when she was alive. And, in the end, Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot get over their past horrors, and join up to form a team that has a very close bond, stopping all intergalactic criminals who dare to cause harm to innocents.

Introverted Intuition (Ni): The Thor movies. Filled with symbolism, which is given, considering that the movies are based on Norse mythology. The characters are more-or-less archetypes, rather than actual characters (Thor is the impulsive hero who learns to be more responsible, Jane Foster is the one who studies him and changes his heart, Loki is the brooding step-brother of Thor who gives into his ambitions and envy to take the throne and rule, etc.). Many events foreshadow the future: the “death” of Loki foretells his takeover in the next Thor movie as the main antagonist, the cameo of the Collector foretells the importance of the Infinity Stones, etc. The movies are pretty hard to understand, being very abstract, complicated, and vague in their storytelling.

Introverted Thinking (Ti): Ant-Man. The movie is full of abstract concepts, is very intellectual, and is the movie most focused on science. Its main purpose is to make a show of all the cool new concepts (shrinking technology, the quantum realm, heists in a Marvel movie, the Ant-Man and Yellow-Jacket suits, etc.), but it doesn’t do those without several sarcastic quips on the side. The main character, Scott Lang, is a Ti-dom, very well-known in his universe for being able to think his way around any kind of system. The movie explores every single concept in full detail, breaking them down and showcasing all of the concepts’ intricacies. This movie would undoubtedly send smiles to the faces of every science nerd and geek. Also, the comic relief, Luis, is very unique in his sense of humor, showing creative and original thinking.

Introverted Feeling (Fi): Captain America: Civil War. The movie’s main focus is the emotional dynamics of the team, in that the unique emotions they feel towards the increased danger of the Avengers separate them into groups of 6, though each of them have their own reasons for which side they support, and some of them are clearly along just for the ride (Spider-Man and Ant-Man). Tony and T’Challa are both Fi users, and their reasons for supporting government oversight are all very personal (Tony does not want to be seen as a bad guy, whereas T’Challa is out for revenge against the man who killed his father, whom he believes to be Bucky, and supports the government because they are opposed to law-breakers / murderers like Bucky). Tony has emotional angst in the beginning, regarding the last argument he had with his parents, and it explodes with rage when he finds out who killed them (Bucky), and that Cap willingly kept this information from him. The main villain, Baron Helmut Zemo, who also uses Fi, sets out to stage some crimes in order to divide the Avengers from the inside, as revenge for the loss of his family in the Battle of Sokovia. He sympathizes with T’Challa’s loss, because he went through exactly what he did. Team Cap is strongly against the government, and refuses to back down on their beliefs to support the government. Overall, the movie is very dark, gloomy, and full of angst, and will tug on your heart endlessly.

- Nick

anonymous asked:

Can you do the sequel of where Kaze runs away from Jakob, he meets Felicia who dropped some plates and decides to help her. After that, Felicia asks if his name is Kaze. Then she is about to whispers I will end you and Kaze tries to get away from her but, instead she says just kidding!

this will never end ᕕ(・ω・)ᕗ

in the previous episode

Kaze seriously starting to wonder if all of Kamui’s retainers are secret yanderes out to get him

The epilogue here