i don't know about those other characters

Okay, so I guess the main reason why I was so excited over the whole Markiplier Valentine’s thing was because, not only was it interactive, but it had Dark and Warstache… (well… we didn’t really get that much on Wilford) but this isn’t really what I’m talking about, like, those are my fave characters and… I just want to get more theories of them, like, get what did he mean what he said and what was it with him creating that loop and stuff??!

I mean, I’m so excited and I hope they do more interactive stuff, like, I don’t know, maybe something with Halloween, like, Trick or Treat with Markiplier??!
I mean that’s if they have the time and energy to do another!!!

There are a lot of things to love about MM fandom but I just wanted to point something…a love for MC. I mean the general tendency: beautiful art, fanfics and other things! There are lots of fandoms that push their main character aside for different purposes, but we have our MC. MC that is funny, understanding, total troll and memelord with Seven, she is supportive and nice lady of even a rude and dumb one, with those damn eyes or without them. She has many faces, differs in personality and WE make her like that. She plays such a great role in character’s stories and I’m glad that I see this mostly-sweater girl in fandom. Thanks, guys.

Leonard Snart Profile

Driving force(s): survival, success

Traits: cunning, resourceful, protective, analytical, self-effacing, ambitious, driven, cutthroat, withdrawn, honorable

Tentative HP house: Slytherin primary, Hufflepuff secondary

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Len is a survivor, by his own description. He is incredibly tough, can take a lot of pain, and can do things that others might not be able to. Point a gun at his head and he tells you to pull the trigger (this has happened more than once in canon, actually). 

I’ve been talking in these profiles about whether a character can or can’t make a ‘hard call’ sometimes, and how they navigate that. Len can make the hard call. Len does, has, time and again. He even says it, how he’s made calls for Mick, ‘called some audibles’, lied and did what he felt was necessary. Len will do whatever he thinks is necessary and compartmentalize the rest for later. He has a code he won’t cross, but inside those lines, watch out. And he is not one to negotiate. In this way, I’d say he’s cutthroat. Another word might be ‘hard’ or more appropriately, ‘cold’.

He’s a bit of an adrenaline-junkie too. He does things for the thrill of the chase, the game, the rush. Beyond that though, ambition seems to be a primary motivator for him. He loves stealing not just for the money but because of that, and because he wants to make a name for himself, to be the best. He doesn’t care if Mick burns a 25 million dollar painting, because he’s in it for the name he’s making for himself, to prove that Central City is his ‘playground’. He tells Mick to come on the Legends trip so they can steal things throughout history, and later in 1x06 tells him that they can make their mark as ‘the two baddest sons of bitches in history’ (or something to that effect). Making his mark is a primary driver for Len.

He also reads people exceptionally well. He deduces the Flash’s weakness within a single encounter, figures out Cisco’s too in taking his brother, knows when/how he can trust the Flash to hold up his ends of whatever bargains they make, and understands Mick better than Mick seems to sometimes understand himself. He figures out Ray similarly quickly, what he would do in any given situation, and gets Rip’s number before long. He seems to see right through Sara, and I think he’s got a soft spot for Jax born out of understanding him.

It should be noted that Len is also self-effacing. He doesn’t hesitate to put himself in bodily danger, time and again, whether it’s jumping onto the back of an armored vehicle to burst down the door, jumping out of a train, taking a beating to apologize to Mick, or something so simple as saying it’s “debatable” that he’s a good brother. And again, he tells you to pull the trigger when you’ve got a gun to his head. Len thinks of himself as expendable (even if he won’t let anyone else think of him that way) and effaces the good in himself, denying it time and again because he’s not comfortable with acknowledging the total of his own internal self-worth (because he doesn’t see himself as worthy).

He’s also capable of great violence, up to and including murdering innocents, and people who want ‘out’ of his team (The Flash 1x04). But he has a sense of honor that goes along with that, including a code that means he looks out for those on his crew and avenges them. He has a funny way of staying true to his word, for instance by making sure none of Team Flash were harmed in 1x22 but still betraying them (because he hadn’t promised he wouldn’t, after all). He also hates feeling like he owes someone a debt, but he will repay a debt he feels is owed.

And of course, he’s analytical. He calculates and plans and considers as many angles of something as he can. It’s probably how/why he can read people as well as he does, and how he’s been successful as a thief, but it extends to everything around him. His brain is always going, he can’t help it. It doesn’t mean he values intellect necessarily because I think he prefers to take people and things as they are and consider their individual strengths and weaknesses. Rather, it’s that he’s always thinking and is easily bored, but very patient. This makes him cunning in how he uses the knowledge that he has, coming up with plans that allow him to trump metahumans and more, and he’ll use anything at hand to do it.

Finally, it should be noted that he’s rather protective of anyone he considers his responsibility or part of his close inner circle. He’s incredibly protective of Lisa, first and foremost, and then of Mick, and displayed protectiveness over Jax (being unwilling to hurt him when Jax was turned into a half-bird-thing) and is even protective of Sara, in his own way. Still, he keeps people at arm’s length and doesn’t let them get close most of the time. He’s introverted and withdrawn and likes to study situations and people before/without engaging.

sweatyeasternstudent  asked:

Ummmm do you read Tamen de gushi ? And if so what are your favourite otps apart from the main one ? :3

I do! Hmm. I can’t say I’m that into it lately since updates are few and far between and nothing much ever ‘happens’ in them? It’s very light and sweet but it also means we know next to nothing about the characters.

Other than Sun Jing and Qui Tong, Qin Xiong and the upperclassman are funny (talk about a size kink though). I just don’t know enough about the characters to really ‘ship’ any of them together, unfortunately! :( 

I hate all those “writing tips” posts where it’s like “don’t do this with your character because it’s bad” and “when a character does this it’s bad” and “don’t write like this because it’s bad.”  That’s not actually giving tips, that’s just someone trying to tell you the right or wrong way to write, except there actually is no right or wrong way to write anything.  It just screams of egomaniacal amateur writers who think it’s okay to be condescending toward other writers just because they think their own work is perfect.

So, I made some of the Fairy Tail sims characters and here’s what’s happened.

  • Natsu and Lucy won’t stop kissing (among other things).
  • Gajeel insists on wearing his formal clothes (I will change him out of those clothes and as soon as I turn my back he changes into them again!)
  • Natsu and Erza do not get along. At all.
  • Loke likes to break into Natsu and Lucy’s house, use their computer, and then leave without even talking to them.
  • Gajeel and Levy are dating, but I don’t remember them ever meeting.
  • Loke got mad when Lucy was using the computer, so he stomped on a pile of garbage until it disappeared.
  • Natsu has lit himself on fire TWICE.
  • Gajeel didn’t talk to anyone until Lucy introduced herself to him.
  • People keep interrupting Natsu and Lucy’s dates. AND THEY WON’T GO AWAY.
  • I tried to make Gray a painter, but he refused, so now he’s a bum who sits around all day while the other boys work.

I can’t see Klaus with anyone else. Not after Klamille took 3 years of development. And since I never believed The Originals would have more than 5 seasons, there is no time for an another beautiful love story. It breaks my heart that Camille died, but my heart is as much broke for Klaus. 

Deaths affect those who stay. I wanted Klaus to be happily in love with someone who know and understand him. He’ll never have this with any other characters of the serie. And I won’t stay to watch him alone and miserable again like before he meet Cami.