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Inktober Day 15 | Prompt: mysterious

Ah, yes. One of my first OCs from long ago… His name is Bob. Bob the Spectre. He is a gentle shadow creature who is friendly and kind but doesn’t typically seek out social interaction, always wears a blue cloak, loves cheese, and absolutely adores plants. He may be based off of twelve-year-old me
Anyway ignore the awful colouring; I’m so not used to gel pens…

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i don’t know if it’s just me here but listen, i just couldn’t help but put these two scenes together in my head. these parallels were really interesting to me visually because he is moving in the exact same way he piloted the red lion through the asteroid field in 01x06.  

even with these scenes, they both have the same end goal to reach a ship, which needs to be achieved despite obstacles hurtling around at fast speeds

Falling in with the wrong crowd. A fear submitted by Emilija to Deep Dark Fears - thanks!

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i think my favourite thing about new vegas is how easy it is to completely derail the storyline. i mean in fallout 4, you can kill every minuteman in boston and they’ll still side with you in the end. in fallout new vegas essential NPCs just don’t exist. you want to lead radscorpions to easy pete? you want to power fist caesar to pieces five minutes into the game? you can just fucking do it

before people sneer out their butts when john green’s new book “turtles all the way down” comes out, allow me to remind u 1.john’s work has always been written for teens. don’t rip into teens for reading fiction that was written for them and not necessarily u, also tatwd centers on a young girl living with ocd (a protagonist i kno my ocd ass would’ve benefited from a lot as a teen). 2. before u jump on john for romanticizing ocd, keep in mind he has always been open about his struggles with severe ocd and 3. his work has always centered on the idea of dismantling the way society romanticizes the suffering of young people vs. the way their suffering is actually treated by those around them and how this suffering twists the lives of those around us whether we like it or not. maybe that’s not your interpretation and that’s okay but if ur not a fan of john green’s work, don’t be an ass to the people who are