One of them is a dragonrider. He really loves his duty - and his dragon, but relationships would be much easier if the damn wyrm wasn't so jealous of his attention and picky on who's worthy of their rider...
The working title for this is: Five Times Clint’s Dragon Prevented Him From Having Sex and the One Time She Approved of his Partner
Needless to say that this has some other ships besides ClintCoulson. It’s also NSFW!
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“I’m sorry, she usually doesn’t leave me at the bottom of the tower,” Clint said, eying his date as the walked up the spiral staircase to the top of the Tower of Dragons. The hike up the stairs was really killing the passion that had started below at the festival. Clint frowned, wishing he hadn’t stupidly claimed the highest apartment in the tower. Draka always waited for him to fly him up though until now.
Apple, no, Strawberry, nope that wasn’t right either. Cherry? Yes, Cherry! Cherry looked at him and then looked up.
Only halfway there, Clint thought following her look.
Cherry huffed, before turning. "This is so not worth it"
“Cherry,” Clint called down to her, following her for a few steps. "C'mon, we’ll be there in no time.“
"No way,” Cherry declared, gesturing wildly as she walked downstairs. “Totally not worth it.”
On this day in music history: March 24, 1982 - “The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads”, the fifth album by Talking Heads is released. Produced by Talking Heads, it is recorded at WCOZ Northern Studio in Maynard, MA on November 17, 1977, The Park West in Chicago, IL on August 23, 1978, The Boarding House in San Francisco, CA on September 16, 1978, The Agora in Cleveland, OH on December 18, 1978, Berklee Performance Center in Boston, MA on August 24, 1979, The Capitol Theater in Passaic, NJ on November 17, 1979, Central Park in New York City on August 27, 1980, Emerald City in Cherry Hill, NJ on November 8 & 9, 1980, Sun Plaza Concert Hall in Tokyo, Japan on February 27, 1981. The seventeen track double album features live performances by Talking Heads recorded between November 1977 and February 1981, with half of the album featuring the main four piece band. The second half features the band expanded to a ten piece with guest musicians including Adrian Belew (guitar), Bernie Worrell (keyboards), Dolette McDonald and Nona Hendryx (background vocals). The cassette version of the album includes the song “Cities” as a bonus track. In 2004, an expanded reissue nearly doubles the length of the original album by adding additional tracks left off the original LP, and ones that were shortened due to the time constraints of the vinyl format. A remastered deluxe version of the album is released in 2004 expanding the original album to thirty three tracks. “The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads” peaks at number thirty one on the Billboard Top 200.
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Okay so this voice line between Hanzo and McCree-
McCree: “What’s home like for you?”
Hanzo: “A small village on top of a hill. There are cherry blossoms in the spring… I miss it dearly”
Came off as INTIMATE to me. One of my friends asked me why. “He’s asking about his home? That’s not an intimate question.” To which I responded yes, it’s not an intimate question, however Hanzos response is what makes the interaction intimate.
Yet again they asked how. Hanzos response is dramatic, sure, but he’s also a dramatic person. Wouldn’t he respond the same way to anyone else? And I had to think about that.
After listening to many of his voice lines it’s obvious that Hanzo is introspective- he admires artful, poetic advice and often resorts to metaphors. But through his in-game interactions we know that Hanzo is also extremely prideful, somewhat petulant, with an outstanding ego and an avoidant, antagonistic personality.
I realized that combining his avoidant tendencies, extreme pride, and antagonism… Makes His brutally honest response to McCree- someone he supposedly had little to no history with- extremely out of place. Why would he not shut down that interaction, like so many of his other interactions? Why would he bare himself open like that when it’s evident that he’s normally not inclined to do so?
All I can think is that SOMETHING about McCree sparks honesty within Hanzo, and that kind of effect is extremely intimate.