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McCall Pack and Allies

The Pack : 

The Alpha →

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The Human →

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The Werecoyote →

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The Banshee →

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The Beta →

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The werechameleon →

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The human →

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The hellhound →

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The chimera →

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The Allies :

Former Alphas →

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Parents →

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The Doctor →

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The Little Bean →

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The Kanima & The Beta →

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The Never Forgotten → 

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Once El leaves for college, Hop turns into a complete puddle of fluff. Whenever she comes back he makes ridiculous amount of Eggos, hugs her all the time he can and calls her ‘his little girl’. Joyce laughs affectionately at how soft he’s gone, but he just huffs and continues to make sure El is the happiest she can be when she’s home.

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Fire Emblem The Sacred Stones 

“The kingdom of Renais lies in ruins, shattered by a sudden invasion from a former ally. Guide the royal heirs, Eirika and Ephraim, on their twin quest to rebuild Renais and discover the dark secret behind the war that has torn their homeland apart.”

anonymous asked:

If Haggar went by the name Honvera before the war, is it possible Lotor went by Sincline? If so, then it's possible Allura does know Lotor, but knew him as Sincline and just doesn't think they're the same person. Also she and Coran don't share information about the past unless it's immediately pressing, they didn't tell anyone about Zarkon, Haggar, or the original paladins until they had to. It's possible they wouldn't say anything about 'Sincline' if they thought he was dead and didn't matter.

I’ve considered the possibility Lotor wasn’t using the same name in the past.

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'Thor: Ragnarok' UK Release Date Pushed Up
Now opens on 24 October in the UK

Marvel fans in the United Kingdom have had their wait for Thor: Ragnarok cut down just a bit.

Disney has moved the UK release date of Thor: Ragnarok up three days, from Friday, Oct. 27 to Tuesday, Oct. 24.

That means that fans in the UK will now get to see Thor take on the Hulk a full 10 days earlier than their American counterparts, who will still have to wait until Nov. 3 to see the film in theaters. That means there will be a 10-day window where American fans will be at the mercy of fans in the United Kingdom when it comes ot spoilers.

If Thor and Hulk’s cinematic showdown isn’t enough for fans, Marvel Comics also announced a Thor vs. Hulk digital first comic book is on the way.

Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok is currently the most buzzed about movie on social media. Yesterday, to commemorate what would have been the 100th birthday of Jack Kirby, the co-creator of Marvel’s Thor, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige Tweeted about how Thor: Ragnarok is a “love letter” to Kirby’s vision and accompanied the tweet with a new logo for the film.

Thor: Ragnarok currently has a 4.16 out of 5 ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating, making it the third most anticipated upcoming comic book movie among ComicBook.com readers. Let us know how excited you are for Thor: Ragnarok by giving the movie your own personal ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating below.

In Thor: Ragnarok, Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok – the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization – at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela. But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger – The Incredible Hulk!

Thor: Ragnarok opens in [US] theaters on November 3, 2017.

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Thor: Ragnarok: Loki's New Headpiece Comes Straight From The Comics
Marvel Comics today released the first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, the third solo film to be [...]

Marvel Comics today released the first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, the third solo film to be released as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The film offered a new look at Loki, played again by Tom Hiddleston. Loki is showing a bit of swagger, flipping a dagger over in each hand as he walks towards the camera, and he’s also sporting some new headgear.

Loki’s headpiece features the character’s iconic long, golden horns. Those were featured on the helmet Loki wore in the original Thor as well.

The major difference is that this new headpiece is not a helmet. Instead, it allows Loki’s long, black hair to flow freely from his head.

The new look for Hiddleston’s Loki appears to be inspired by the Loki character design done by artist Jamie McKelvie towards the end of his run with writer Kieron Gillen on Young Avengers. That series began with Loki still a child after having died during Marvel’s Siege event and then being resurrected.

Towards the end of Young Avengers, Loki decided it was time to grow up. Through some magical spells and energy borrowed from Wiccan, Loki was aged up to something more like a teenager or young adult. He’s maintained that look ever since, through his own Loki: Agent of Asgard and Vote Loki series and into his return to the pages of The Mighty Thor.

The cinematic Loki’s headgear appears larger than comic book Loki’s, covering more of Loki’s face, and the small horns on the comic book version’s center seem to be minimized but is otherwise pretty close to the same. The funny part is that, when McKelvie’s design debuted, some noted that it looked a lot like a young Tom Hiddleston. It seems art imitates life imitates art.

In Thor: Ragnarok currently a 4.11 out of 5 ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating, making it the seventh most anticipated upcoming comic book movie among ComicBook.com readers. How excited are you for Thor: Ragnarok? Let us know by giving it your own anticipation rating below.

In Marvel Studio’s Thor Ragnarok, Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok—the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization—at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela. But first, he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger—the Incredible Hulk!

Thor Ragnarok is directed by Taika Waititi from a screenplay by Eric Pearson and stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Hopkins

NIGHTWING #36

Written by SAM HUMPHRIES
Art by BERNARD CHANG
Cover by BERNARD CHANG
Variant cover by CASEY JONES
“THE UNTOUCHABLES: RELENTLESS”! Bodies are piling up in Blüdhaven! Tracking down the killer will lead Nightwing into a web of corruption and intrigue—and put him in the crosshairs! Dick Grayson’s greatest cold case is coming back to haunt him, and if he doesn’t solve it this time, it could destroy everything he’s built in his adopted hometown.
On sale JANUARY 3 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

NIGHTWING #37

Written by SAM HUMPHRIES
Art by KLAUS JANSON
Cover by BERNARD CHANG
Variant cover by CASEY JONES
“THE UNTOUCHABLES: RUTHLESS”! Nightwing’s investigation leads him to a former costumed crimefighter and ally! In a special flashback issue illustrated by superstar artist Klaus Janson, Dick Grayson will revisit his time as Robin and see if his past mistakes are the key to the mystery he must resolve today!
On sale JANUARY 17 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

The Last Aztec Emperor

Cuauhtémoc was the son of Emperor Ahuizotl of the Aztec Empire. He was born around 1495. Bad, bad timing. In 1502 his uncle (or possibly cousin) Moctezuma II became ruler of the empire. Cuauhtémoc was busy going to a school for elite boys, then being a warrior. After a period of fighting Aztec enemies and capturing some for sacrificing, he was named ruler of Tlatelolco, with the title cuauhtlatoani (“eagle ruler”) in 1515.

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Hey now! It’s my cover to issue 9 of America, due out in November–

AMERICA #9
GABBY RIVERA (W) • JOE QUINONES (A/C)
EXTERMINATRIX Part 2
• Sotomayor University falls to Exterminatrix! Just what does the domineering dean have planned for America’s home base?
• With America in lockup, it’s up to Prodigy to find out! But only if he can stay under Exterminatrix’s radar…
• …which is gonna be pretty hard now that former ally and campus queen X’Andria is working for the enemy!
• How is America gonna fight her way outta this one? LEGACY heats up as the Midas Corporation expands its empire!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

Every time I’ve seen Voltron there’s been something nagging in the back of my mind, something that we’re missing. Something that has been hiding in the wings, waiting to be revealed to us at just the right moment. Something that we have seen but not understood. 

Something, perhaps, that has been right under our noses the entire time…

Yes, this is a completely serious post about why I think the mice were the original paladins of Voltron. 

Evidence and further info under the cut.

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sunday

the road to new york

Been a busy weekend, running and otherwise…

Yesterday: Ran the 10k in the morning, a solid 35:28 (5:42/mile pace) tired and sore from the past couple weeks’ training, 12 miles total including the warm and cool down.  Came in 3rd overall, 2nd male - 2nd place went to a female, Allie Kieffer, no ordinary female runner.  Allie, a former Wake Forest standout, is a top national class runner who recently moved to Buffalo.  She caught me with about a mile to go, I was able to stay with her and her beautiful running form til the final quarter mile when she kicked away to finish in 35:16.  Felt good to be able to stay with her in the final mile.  Oh, and the winner was Mark Andrews, in 33:50, a USATF masters champion in the 5k and 10k.  Was amazing to be in such elite company in a local race!

Then in the afternoon, went on a lovely hike with my son in the Niagara Gorge near the Falls (see photos).  A hike we’ve done often ever since he was small, was a wonderful thing to do before he heads back to NYC for college this Thursday.

Today: Tired from yesterday’s full day of fitness, went for a 16 miler.  A tough one after yesterday’s hard run.  Now I know I’m ‘in it,’ fully in what I call ‘the cave’ of constant fatigue and soreness of marathon training.  Won’t be out of it til tapering.

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The 100 4x05 “The Tinder Box” Sneak Peek #2 - Clarke makes a desperate plea with a former ally in an attempt to avoid a war and ensure the survival of her people.

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Have you seen these batshit crazy photos from Thor: Ragnarok that just popped up courtesy of Entertainment Weekly? That’s Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, Jeff Goldblum himself as the Grandmaster, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, and Cate Blanchett as the big bad in this movie, Hela. There are a few more photos floating around, but these were the cream of the crop. Enjoy!

Here’s the official plot synopsis for the movie, which hits theaters November 3, 2017:


“Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok – the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization – at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela (Cate Blanchett). But first he must survive a deadly gladatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger – The Incredible Hulk!”

anonymous asked:

Weird request, but you summarize stuff. I've only caught a few episodes of Critical Role but am curious about Kima and Allura. What's the story there? Don't worry about spoilers, I'm never gonna get caught up on this show anyway, but I am curious!

Oh gosh! Okay. This actually dovetails nicely with some logistical stuff I need to figure out for reasons, so hey, here’s my really long-winded summary (and other folks, please chime in if I get something wrong, there’s a lot of ground to cover here ranging from pre-series to right up where we are now):

So, basically, Allura (human wizard) and Kima (halfling paladin of Bahamut) were part of the same adventuring party, and their exploits culminated in a big ol’ boss battle fifteen years before the start of Critical Role against an ancient red dragon named Thordak. Their party managed to seal Thordak in the Elemental Plane of Fire, but in the process three members of their party were killed (Sirus, Dohla, and Ghenn), leaving only Kima, Allura, and their elementalist friend Drake Thunderbrand standing at the end of it.

In the wake of the battle, the three of them went their separate ways, despite the romantic relationship that had developed between Kima and Allura. Allura accepted an offer to become a member of the Council of Tal’Dorei in the capital city of Emon, but Kima wasn’t exactly keen on a political position and traveled north to the holy city of Vasselheim instead, where she worked with Highbearer Vord, the leader of the Order of Bahamut. Kima mentions in early episodes of the show that she and Allura would still try to meet up every few months for drinks, but their lives were pulling them in different directions. 

Matt’s made it pretty clear that Allura still spent a lot of time thinking about Kima during those years—in his playlist he posted way back in 2015, he says of Allura: “So long as protecting the realm means protecting this one person, then all the toil and challenge is worth it.” Kima also wound up struggling a lot with her faith in the wake of all the evils she’d seen, and frequently butted heads with Highbearer Vord and the more straitlaced folks she worked with.

Fast-forward fifteen years, when Kima starts to get visions of a terrible evil brewing under the dwarven city of Kraghammer and rushes in half-cocked. Allura starts to get worried after several weeks pass with no word and hires a group of adventurers that she’s worked with in the past to go find Kima—the adventurers, of course, are Vox Machina, and this push was the impetus for the first on-stream plot arc of the show.

Vox Machina manage to get Kima out of a bad situation in the Underdark, and then they all wind up embroiled in a conflict against a particularly corrupted beholder named K’Varn, who’s managed to get his hands (eye-tentacles?) on a Horn of Orcus and is sort of chilling with his mind flayer pals as a lowkey champion of the god of undeath, which is not fantastic. VM kill K’Varn, and together with Kima (who’d been turned to stone by a basilisk, thus beginning her longstanding pattern of bad luck on missions involving VM) just barely manage to escape via teleportation circle back to Emon.

After a Weekend-at-Bernie’s-esque pub crawl with Kima still in stone form, the party finally manages to restore her, and they all head over to explain the events to Allura. Allura is delighted to see Kima again, and they have a tearful reunion. Kima does travel with VM back to Vasselheim to seal the Horn of Orcus in the Platinum Sanctuary (a temple of Bahamut), leaving Allura in Emon. VM eventually moves on to the next plot, leaving Kima in Vasselheim.

Once VM finishes dealing with the next major arc of the show, the end result is a tiny floating, spinning ball in a forgotten ziggurat under the human city of Whitestone that also happens to nullify all magic for a wide radius in its vicinity. You know, your standard everyday stuff. Completely out of their depths, they ask Allura to travel to Whitestone and check it out while they return home to Emon, a decision that possibly winds up saving her life.

Allura heads to Whitestone and brings Drake Thunderbrand on board to evaluate the situation with the orb. When some of her arcane connections with cities across Tal’Dorei start to go dark, she heads back to Emon to report in to VM at their Keep just outside the city and figure out what the heck’s going on.

She and Drake arrive to find the party in the middle of a very serious argument, on the verge of an all-out brawl, over a magical skull housing some sort of entity that claims to be able to grant any wish. Why is a wish particularly tempting right now? Oh hey, turns out four ancient chromatic dragons, the Chroma Conclave (excellent 80s band name), just attacked Emon, killed most of the Tal’Dorei Council, made a beeline for and destroyed Allura’s home, and are spreading out to destroy most bastions of civilization across the continents of Tal’Dorei and Wildmount. When VM reveals that the leader of the group was Thordak, the same dragon that Allura and Drake barely survived sealing in the Plane of Fire, Allura is in shock.

Allura and Drake head out to the ruins of the Cobalt Reserve in Westruun to try and find some information that could help them defeat the Conclave. VM eventually make their way to Vasselheim in search of allies, and are startled to discover that the city is unaware of the devastation happening across the ocean. When Kima finds out about the destruction of Emon, she’s frantic and her first thought is to find a way to get to Allura. VM manage to assure her that Allura is as safe as anyone can be right now, and Kima joins them on their disastrous journey to the sunken tomb, where they face another beholder and Kima is nearly killed by a long fall in the battle. In the aftermath, she makes her way with the party back to Whitestone, and finds out for the first time that the leader of the Conclave is indeed Thordak—the news puts her into an uncharacteristic state of panic.

While VM travels around in search of ancient weapons to help defeat the Conclave, Allura eventually turns up in Whitestone, which has become the unofficial seat of a new war council. By the time VM shows up again, having killed one member of the Conclave, Kima and Allura are both there to greet them. At this point, the two of them have moved into a house in Whitestone together (there’s a cute moment where Vex knocks on Allura’s door early in the morning and Kima answers it in a too-big nightshirt) and are helping to coordinate studies of the orb under Whitestone as well as the defense of the city itself, once it becomes clear that forces are amassing there. Kima takes out a would-be assassin who comes after them in their home (part of an elaborate rakshasa revenge plot; Gilmore pulps his assassin, it’s a whole thing).

Kima winds up accompanying VM on their mission to Draconia to kill Vorugal, a member of the Conclave, and discovers before leaving that another member of the Conclave, Raishan, has been (in disguise) in Whitestone for some time, that she knows all of their secrets and could wipe out the last form of resistance in an instant, and that the party has worked out a very shaky secret deal with her, since it turns out they all want to kill Thordak. Despite Scanlan’s attempts to modify her memory to make her forget this revelation, Kima knows about the infiltration, and agrees to move forward with the plan regardless. The party manages to kill Vorugal and return back to Whitestone, at which point Raishan’s identity is revealed, for better or worse, to the entire war council.

Kima and Allura go to Fort Daxio to help coordinate troops for a final push against Thordak, who has settled down over the city of Emon and is slowly shaping the land into some sort of super-evil volcano. As you do. At Fort Daxio, Gatekeeper Xanthas, a former ally from Emon, reveals himself to have switched allegiances to work with Thordak, and manages to cast a Feeblemind spell on Allura. VM shows up in time to take Xanthas out and reverse the effects of the spell, at which point an extremely shaken Kima and Allura have their first “on-screen” kiss.

After Thordak is defeated, and Raishan escapes an attack from VM in the immediate aftermath of the battle, Kima and Allura accompany VM to Raishan’s hideout on the Island of Viscan, which once served as the home base of long-dead necromancer Opash. After some shenanigans with gravity-reversal and a whole lot of undead bodies, the party battles Raishan, with both Allura and Kima coming very close to death in the fight. In the aftermath, the party tries to escape the island with their dead and wounded… and discovers when their first spell fails that this island has some defenses in place against transportation magic.

Allura eventually manages to put down a teleportation circle and step through, but Kima hangs back a second, telling VM that something looks off about the circle. Before anyone can decide what to do, Kima resolutely steps through after Allura, and they both vanish. Keyleth manages to scry on them and discovers that they’ve landed in open ocean somewhere, which is bad news if you happen to be in full plate armor, like Kima. Through a complete fluke of a dice-roll (natural 20 on a perception check), Keyleth manages to spot them from the beach—swimming in the wrong direction and already exhausted—and Vex shoots out after them on her broom. 

She grabs Allura, Allura grabs Kima, and bookish-wizard Allura, zero-strength-modifier Allura manages to roll a natural 20 on her strength check to hang on to Kima until they get to safety.

In the aftermath, Allura and Kima are helping to put things back in order in Emon, ensuring together that more shadowy organizations like the Clasp don’t make too much of a bid for power in the chaos. When VM heads out on their next adventure, Kima makes sure to tell them that if they see Highbearer Vord, they should just pretend they haven’t seen her; she’s staying with Allura.

Black Paladin Lance????

Okay I’m about to make a long theory about why I think black paladin Lance can AND SHOULD happen DISCLOSURE: I may be hard core reaching so don’t get your hopes up (uh or down if you want black paladin Keith???).

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oliveguy  asked:

Hey, the thing you said about Bowser playing up the goofball was very interesting. Can you tell me where he said it please?

i tried to chase it bc i thought he said something exactly like it and i think its me not having looked at M&L: Dream Tream in a while bc the scene is more like this:

When (Spoilers!) Bowser betrays Antasma (who up until this point had kinda been set up to be the ‘brains’ to Bowsers ‘brawn’), he throws his former ally coldly to the ground and makes this comment:

It just jarring for him to be so quick and calculating. Then he also says this when peach cries out to the brothers. Fucking cold, dude.

-And he’s a man of his word, later he tries to will Mario an Luigi out of existence with the dream stone. He only gets foiled because of peach and starlow. Other than that, the two very nearly get erased from existence itself. No big fight, Bowser just wanted them gone.

also there’s this:

So basically i think what can be taken is while his speech makes him sound like a big dumb bully, he is actually really calculating and evil underneath. More so than people often give him credit for.

i had a dream last night that i finally got around to watching “game of thrones”, though my subconcious knowing nothing about the show at all, created a better version.

a group of knights were all gathered in this dusty room (which was actually my art class building from secondary school, only with stone walls), strange obelisks were scattered across the room, coming from the floors and cielings. there were 20 knights in total, well regarded as having never losing a member of their ranks. each knight had a distinct set of armor and weapon, the “fan favourite” was a very bulky knight who weilded a small hammer and was very deadly in combat despite his weapons tiny range. another knight wore armour similar to ornstein from dark souls but his special weapon was an assault rifle.

one of the knights went on patrol, and was sniped and killed by a far away opponent. as they died, one of the obelisks retracted into the wall, and the knights began questioning what this mean. the commander suggested that this meant whoever was the last night standing would be rewarded something, wheras the assault rifle knight, portrayed as a stoic and cool character, said that they probably shouldn’t allow any more to die incase something horrible happens when nobody is left. they had never dealt with grief before, so tensions were rising, culminating in the commander decapitating a warrior stood by his side to test the correlation of knights dying and the obelisks vanishing.

the commander was immediately apprehended, but some knights loyal to him became angry, and soon everyone began attacking each other regardless of where they fell on the obelisk subject. assault rifle knight put his efforts into escorting the local villagers out of harms way, but at the end of the “episode”, was encounted by a large group of his former allies.

AMERICA #9

GABBY RIVERA (W) • JOE QUINONES (A/C)
EXTERMINATRIX Part 2
Sotomayor University falls to Exterminatrix! Just what does the domineering dean have planned for America’s home base? With America in lockup, it’s up to Prodigy to find out! But only if he can stay under Exterminatrix’s radar…which is gonna be pretty hard now that former ally and campus queen X’Andria is working for the enemy! How is America gonna fight her way outta this one? LEGACY heats up as the Midas Corporation expands its empire!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99