Especially regarding pallanophs, because I sense I have (somehow) confused some people, especially newcomers. So before I forget, I thought I’d elaborate/clarify some things.
Pallanophs are not: Anthropomorphic. Were-creatures. Anything that falls under “furry.” These terms would imply that pallanophs are half-human or human-like renditions of existing animals, which they are not. They’re independent of earth mammals, though bear superficial resemblances to them. Felines, primates (baboons), bears, hyenas, and equines were my primary sources of inspiration when I designed them. They live on an alternate universe Earth, after all, so it’s not that big of a stretch.
Also for the record, I’m not someone who identifies as a furry, and I’ll be honest, tagging pallanophs/etc. as such is inaccurate and as a result, a bit bothersome to me. I know this is probably not a popular statement, so if you wish to unfollow me, feel free to do so.
John hears the familiar footsteps of Sherlock’s vehemence that only comes after solving a case. Of course, now Rosie’s in the picture it’s less common that it’s the two of them out there together. But the rhythmic creaks of the floorboards weren’t as they usually sounded. They seemed more despondent, more fatigued, more grave.
That was an absolutely brutal line by Mrs. Holmes, and not quite redeemable by the subsequent pat on the knee at the Island Prison Family Concert. No wonder Mycroft became such an overachieving workaholic, i.e., the British government.
Yeah, I agree. I want to write something about this but I need to watch it again first/stop thinking non stop about that bloody umbrella
there are moments when i suddenly become timid and fearful for no apparent reason, even in company of people i trust. in these moments, i often get the urge to apologize, but i know it’s not reasonable so i apologize for being unreasonable, and end up saying sorry over and over again, a bit like a broken record. i know it’s annoying. i’m sorry.