I forgot to mention it but a while back I got my Path of Radiance 10th anniversary anthology! :D It’s a 100-page (it was actually thicker than I expected!), A5-sized book celebrating your favorite now-10-years-old game, with artwork, comics and fanfiction from the fans to the fans. You may also recognize some of the artists in there if you’re familiar with Fire Emblem fans on tumblr! The book is really nice and if you’re into Path of Radiance, it would make a fine addition to your collection! and as far FE9 merch goes we take what we can get
IT WORKED. I BAKED COOKIES ON THE DASHBOARD OF MY CAR. The inside of the car smells amazing now. The glad-wrap bunch met an untimely end because the plastic itself started melting and I had to peel it from the dashboard a few hours ago, but these tinfoil ones worked! Actually, they’re a bit overcooked if anything…
See, told you Adelaide was bloody hot.
eridan is an abuse victim who was manipulated on his insecurities into having to kill for two other people his entire life until the point he wasnt needed anymore and was entirely abandoned by the people he trusted most, which left him emotionally dependant on recognition from others (which he almost never recieved except from by karkat) and not only did feferi use him through a completely constructed relationship but after cutting him off helped sollux to bully him over the course of months until he finally snapped. His entire arc as a prince of hope is that every little spark of hope he had was exploited and destroyed until there was none left and he unintentionally destroyed the hope of the others around him, accidentally injuring and killing his friends and destroying himself further in the process before dying with no resolution. Thats why im so glad his arc was wrapped up in todays flash. he died thinking that hed destroyed the last little drop of hope he had, but you can see his face soften as he sees the people he hurt forgiving him.
seriously, hussie writes abuse victims and abusive cycles so well and the fandom pisses on them and treats them like a joke
Well, the third game came out and I played and watched it and I am not at all disappointed. I’m actually rather happy that Scott went the route to not make it as scary as FNAF 2 or 1 in my own opinion (even though I have heard a lot of people saying it’s the scariest one.) Instead, for me at least, it seemed to focus more on story, which is what I love the most about the series. The lore is incredible, and since i’m guessing that FNAF 3 will be the last game, I wanted to pay a tribute to the main antagonist of the series, the purple guy (or Springtrap, whoever you want him to be) It is rather sad to see the series come to an end so quickly after it was released last Summer, but i’m glad that it ended wrapping up most of the story.