“That’s not you” is a direct reference to what Arya herself said to her father when her father painted this picture for her of the life she could have as a lady of a castle and marrying some lord and wearing a nice frilly dress. Arya’s not domesticated, and it makes total sense that her wolf wouldn’t be either. Once the wolf walks away, at first she’s heartbroken to have come this close, and then she realizes the wolf is doing exactly what she would do if she were that wolf.”
— D&D, for IGN
the thing i love most about helena bertinelli is that she’s this rough-riding, trouble-magnet of a badass, but she’s also a teacher. imagine your third grade teacher, the one who patiently taught you your multiplication tables, having written those lesson plans at 4am while stitching up a stab wound with dental floss. imagine the teacher that read island of the blue dolphins with you and patiently corrected you every four sentences on pronunciation downing three shots and starting a bar fight. by day, it’s finger painting. by night, it’s stabbing goons in the eye with a spare stiletto. imagine singing your ABCs with someone who, just last night, punched a man so hard he went through the floor
Concept: Dungeons & Dragons, except adventurers have to do magical girl style transformations in order to access their extraordinary talents. There are suitable costume variations for all species and genders, so it’s not 100% frilly dresses, but being flashy and fashionable is not optional - your halfling burglar’s adventuring outfit is likely to be very dapper indeed.