her character just god

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sixofcrowsnw challenge: take two ≡ best moment of your otp

kanej + religion

how to draw mizar:

-stay up for 56 hours

-drink 4-5 red bulls 

-put on some sweats 

-look in the mirror 

-draw that

I’m sorry this is my last piece about this “”“"novel”“”“ but I am fucking CACKLING at Kubo’s brilliant explanation for totally casually changing Rukia’s name to Abarai in the novel from Kuchiki in the manga. It seems Captain Rukia Kuchiki who defeated ‘the fear’ sternritter faints every time someone calls her Abarai? IM LAUGHING SO HARD

Seriously the more I hear about this novel the more alive I feel, how is anyone taking this seriously??? Wow, it’s like someone approached Kubo and his sister in law and were like "alright, make the most ooc mess of a retcon novel and when you directly contradict the manga, use more ooc to explain it away” and they were just like “got u fam we’ll go above and beyond”

Woo boy, I didn’t think I’d feel like this but this novel has provided some hella good laughs. Good thing I don’t consider the novels canon otherwise I’d have to laugh even more at this actually being real lolololol

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so i have started reading the grisha triogy by leigh bardugo after reading six of crows. for some reason i thought its Impossible for me to like it as much as i liked six of crows. that was a severe error of judgement of course because im halfway through book three and i have loved every single moment in the series.

i highly recommend for anyone who likes fantasy, romance and interesting world building.

i havent been able to stop reading GDI

now to talk about this the darkling becausE I HAVE TO ADDRESS THIS MATTER: I HAVE VERY STRONG AND VERY CONFLICTING FEELINGS ABOUT HIM and so does alina maybe

on one hand i despise him for literally all the things hes done on the other though i would still definitely kiss him at least once or twice or more and that is Terrible!!!!

alright ive said my piece haha

edit: i just read more of book three AND THE IMPLICATIONS MAKE MY FEELINGS VERY UNCOMFORTABLE AND EVEN MORE COMPLICATED FOR NUMEROUS REASONS

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Guild Wars 2 Fashion Week 2017 // Day 2: Kirslyn
Chronomancer // Dreamer // Ex-Vigil/Pact/Mist Warrior, Mentor

Dreams of finishing the wyld hunt she shared with her podtwin Moriyel came to an abrupt halt when Moriyel was killed at the hands of the Nightmare Court. Following the event, Kirslyn came to rely heavily on her fellow mesmer friend Laivaan, going so far as to follow him into the Vigil and the Pact, and after the defeat of Zhaitan, into the Mist War as well. In the Mists Laivaan found love, and Kirslyn found herself alone for the first time in her life. Leaving the mists, she wandered Tyria until she heard of the impending Pact assault on Mordremoth, where she then came face-to-face with Moriyel, who had in fact survived, fallen to Nightmare, and had a seething hatred for Kirslyn for leaving her for dead. The two danced a dangerous number in the jungle following Mordremoth’s Call, but in the end the vision of their wyld hunt was realized and though they didn’t exactly reconcile, they went their separate ways with mutual respect. Since then Kirslyn has dabbled in the Mists in new and creative ways, but ultimately she returned to settle in the Grove as a mentor for the newly awakened.

Armor:
❖ Stately Circlet
❖ Leystone Mantle
❖ Inquest Vest
❖ Zodiac Light Gloves
❖ Ornate Guild Pants
❖ Ornate Guild Shoes
❖ Ad Infinitum

Weapons:
❖ Whisperblade + Wall of the Mists
❖ Spirit Links, Fractal Staff, Vision of the Mists

Dyes:
❖ Primaries: Hush, Orchid
❖ Accents: Violet Ice (coat 2)

im also still crying bc of all the underlying parent dynamics going on in that first scene at breakfast??? we know alex’s relationship with her mother has been complicated in the past; i wouldn’t be surprised if she used to roll her eyes every time she got those valentine’s day cards from eliza. but it clearly means a lot to her now, to get even a cheesy card and a sweet note, even a little bit of attention and validation from her mother.

and now on the other hand we have maggie, who associates valentine’s day with the trauma of being outed to her parents and kicked out - and okay, we don’t necessarily know what maggie’s relationship with her parents is like now, but we can assume it’s not perfect - and god, you can bet maggie got a bitter taste in her mouth, knowing that alex’s coming out was received so well by her family and she’s still getting little mementos of love on valentine’s day. (she’s happy for alex, of course, but - still. bitter taste.)

and meanwhile alex watches maggie totally dismiss a token of affection from her mother that she treasures, not knowing how much eliza’s love and approval mean to her, how much her perceived(/real) lack of them have shaped her into who she is now.

there are just so many deeper layers operating underneath what is actually said and shown in that scene and god i just love seeing that, watching the ways the two of them try to navigate life and their relationship even with all these tons of baggage weighing them down. it feels so real and genuine and i’m so happy we get to see it unfold like this

A LOOK!!!!! AN ICON!!!!!!!!

I Saw Crimson Peak, or: Food Metaphors, Gothic Melodrama, and You

My favorite food is a good pasta bolognese: fettuccine al dente, with a sauce that’s been simmering for hours in red wine, every ingredient in its proper place, added at the right intervals, and stirred with true Italian vigor. I know it, I love it. This dish won’t surprise me, but that’s not what I want from pasta bolognese. What I want from pasta bolognese is the dinner time has shown me I’m wild for, prepared with skill, flair, and a love for the recipe.

Crimson Peak is THE pasta bolognese movie. It’s a lush Gothic Romance, complete with restless ghosts, fluttering ivory nightgowns, madness, slow poisoning, and a gorgeous decaying manor/metaphor house whose gables rise above the moors like snarling teeth. No movie has ever been less interested in reinventing the wheel, right down to the scene transitions: old-fashioned iris wipes. When the titled heir of a fallen family takes the hand of our unconventional heroine and leads her to the dance floor, the assembled ladies gasp. It knows, okay? It knows what it wants to be and knows that you want that too. There’s no irony, no winking, despite the fact that any audience worth its salt knows the narrative tricks inside out. That’s not what matters. What matters is that it’s bloody and frightening and twisted and mournful and achingly romantic.

I walked out of the theater effusive, a joyful little shiver in my stomach, still spooked and swooning. It was as if this movie reached out and cupped my fourteen-year-old self’s face in its hands and said, “isn’t it time you indulged in everything you ever wanted?”

Pure, undiluted gothic melodrama, masterfully made. A plate of pasta bolognese cooked by an expert chef, exactly the comfort food I crave, elevated to a thing of rare beauty. I can’t wait to have seconds.

wow, yall rlly liked my hyper / aunt despair doodle

maybe i should go post more in depth headcanon stuff?

Just some headcanons and thoughts me and my gf have been having about widowmaker (because lbr we still barely know anything about her):

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Blizzard releases a new character for the Overwatch ‘verse.

The reaction #1 - she’s clearly related to Doomfist somehow! OMFG DOOMFIST!

The reaction #2 - she’s obvs gonna be EVIL. IGNORE ALL THAT HEROIC SHIT HER CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT IS IMPLYING!

God people are stupid.

Can we just enjoy the fact Blizzard continues not to create an FPS world entirely populated by white people fighting either other white people or brown people.

She’s an 11 year old, seems to be Swahili (it’s hard to explain how awesome this part is succinctly) and is a genius level prodigy for AI and Robotics. You know how cool a character in OW she could be?

Imagine a hero that is actually a team of a young girl and their robot guardian. They could even be invincible while the robot is up and control the robot with their abilities.

LMB - character, attack.
RMB - robot, attack.
E - character, offensive ability.
LSHIFT - character and robot, defensive ability.
1 - robot, move here.
2 - robot, follow/hold position.
Q - robot and character, ultimate at robots position, from a line drawn to character.

I can come up with a few ideas for how to fill that out - but I think Blizzard will go with something far simpler.

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you’ve done well, octavia kom trigedakru.

[ncis:la] from the same cloth (1/2)

Scene Rewrite / Character Swap ficlet – 2x15: Tin Soldiers
(in which “Esme” reads Deeks’ palm instead of Callen’s)
by: asthedayisfading // jessica237

“Time to bait the hook, boys.”

At Sam’s prompt, Callen and Deeks approach the bar. In his head, Deeks is running his lines - a collection of his typical clever, smooth, bar pick-up lines combined with a few well-chosen, incredibly direct, obnoxious remarks guaranteed to ruffle Kensi’s feathers and have her summoning club security and, invariably, getting the attention of Singh.

But before he has the chance to even open his mouth, Callen jumps a step ahead, doing to him what Deeks so very often does to his own partner during investigations - taking what they’d planned and changing it completely around on the spot.

Luckily, Deeks is much better at playing that game than Kensi is.

(He’s just annoyed that he’ll have to find some other opportunity to impress his partner with his clever lines.)

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