Okay, so quick backstory before I get into this. My best friend, Makaila who has only ever seen the pilot episode of the 100, asked me to tell her ONE thing I loved about each of the main characters. After I did, I thought this would be a great thing for Tumblr! I only picked the characters who have been in at least 3 seasons or else the list would just go on forever. I’m sorry if I’m forgetting anyone
Rules: You HAVE to name ONE thing that you love about each character. You can go into to depth with it or not, your choice. After you’re done, please tag five people to give their opinions and remember, these are my own opinions. We are each entitled to our own opinions
Clarke Griffin: I love her determination.Like, even though she’s been through so much crap, she still pushes on to save her people and the ones she loves
Bellamy Blake: Shit, I have to pick one thing??I guess I would pick his heart. It’s so big! All he wants to do is help people even if it means he gets hurt along that way and that is soadmirable(even if it gives me a heart attack)
Octavia Blake: Maybe her passion? Passion is when you have a strong and barely controllable emotion btw and you can definitely see that she feels emotions so strongly, whether good or bad
Abby Griffin: Her mind!She’s just so smart which can sometimes be a bad thing, but it mostly helps people
Raven Reyes: Self-confidence.It’s very rare when Raven is down on herself. She’s always so confident and that’s something I love about her
John Murphy: I guess his resiliencebecause he’s been through so much shit but bounces back quickly and never really seems to lose his humor. It’s very admirable
Monty Green: Monty is just plain adorable. I love him so much, but I’d have to say that I love how smart he is, plain and simple
Jasper Jordan: Sarcasm. Whether I hate his character at the moment or I love him, his sarcasm always gets me to laugh. Especially his dark sarcasm
Marcus Kane: His dadness. He’s like a father to so many characters and it’s very heartwarming to see
Thelonious Jaha: I guess I would pick his leadership. He always tries to do what’s best for his people. Even all of s3 was him trying to help his people. He was so blinded by this that he didn’t see A.L.I.E. for what she really was
Nathan Miller: Ooh his protectiveness! It seems like he’s always trying to protect someone and it just makes my heart warm
Eric Jackson: I love his morals.He always seems to put Abby (sometimes others too) back on the right path and that’s awesome
Harper McIntyre: I love how she tries. It sounds stupid, but everytime I see her, she’s trying to do somethin for the good, like in 4x07 when she was trying to help the guy she knocked over
Lincoln: I love his voice of reason. He always tried to do what was best for everyoneand he was like a buff Jiminy Cricket for a lot of characters
Emori: Idk I just really love her mischievousness. It feels so new for this show and I really want to see more of it
Indra: Oh boy. I guess since we don’t know much about her, I’d say I love her badassness
Echo: Her intensity. She’s so intense, which can be bad or good, and she is very committed to Azgedabecause of that (gosh this was hard for me to pick cause I don’t like Echo that much)
Chapters: 5/? Fandom:The Walking Dead (TV) Rating: Explicit Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings Relationships: Daryl Dixon/Beth Greene Characters: Daryl Dixon, Beth Greene, Maggie Greene, Hershel Greene, Glenn Rhee, Lori Grimes, Carl Grimes, Shane Walsh, Carol Peletier, Andrea (Walking Dead), Patricia (Walking Dead: Greene Farm), Jimmy (Walking Dead: Greene Farm), Theodore “T-Dog” Douglas, Rick Grimes Additional Tags: The Greene Farm, Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Season/Series 02, Sexual Frustration, Awkward Conversations, Late at Night, Older Man/Younger Woman, Grief/Mourning, Introspection, Implied/Referenced Self-Harm, Self Confidence Issues, Masturbation, Developing Relationship, Sexual Tension Summary:
After the barn and the tragedies that follow, Beth needs masturbation—her nightly ritual of stress relief—more than ever. But when Hershel invites Rick’s group out of their campsite and into the house, Beth finds herself lacking the privacy she needs to take care of herself. Stressed, smothered, and tired as hell, Beth is close to her breaking point—close, that is, until the only group member to maintain a space of his own offers Beth his tent as a solution.
Jimmy attempts to make amends with Beth, and they both attend a shooting lesson that doesn’t go quite as planned.
Last test before cosplaying a fallen human from the game Undertale tomorrow at comic con WHERE I WILL ALSO SEE @herbxlcy
A fallen human;
the green soul, main character trait: kindness, weapon: burner pan, armor: stained apron, when forced by omega flowey to attack attacks by: tossing fire with frying pan, heals you by: tossing fried eggs with frying pan
Trying to sort out what a Green-Black character and a Green-Blue character would agree and disagree on. Is it similar to the White-Red conflict, Golgari is similar to Red's focus on the individual's freedom to take action, Simic is similar to White's focus on the bigger picture of the whole group?
The difference is seen through the differences between Blue and Black, which is influenced by the Red/White conflict, yes. Black/Green puts more value on an individual’s ability to act however they want, while Green/Blue puts more value on maintaining system dynamics.
every single character in your room. All of them. Every single one you have ever read about, watched, imagined, created. All of them putting you to sleep. All of them surrounding your bed and protecting you from all harm with whatever kind of weapon or defense technique they have. They are all there for you. You are safe. And I think that is very very comforting to think about.