i need cleaning

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Dva/bridgette, "Built" (cuz my girl lindholm is built as fuck amiright)

last but not least of that inbox game, because I couldn’t just write a summary for this. I’ve never even considered this ship, but I am delighted.



Hana Song lay slumped across the hood of her mech, defeated.  What was it that had finally felled this intrepid hero, so much beloved by the South Korean people and the world of online gaming?  A hoard of omnics, overwhelming in numbers? A final battle, glorious in its ultimate failure?  A moment of reckless bravery that for once she wasn’t clever and lucky enough to survive?

That, at least, might have been more dignified.

Currently, Hana Song was laid low by a technical difficulties.

She had only been with Overwatch a few months so far, and it was both everything she could have dreamed and nothing she had expected.  They were doing so much work. Hana valued what she contributed to the front lines of the Crisis, of course, she was here first and foremost to defend her people, but… sometimes when you were getting up every morning and being deployed again and again before a persistent press of omnics, you began to feel like you weren’t making any headway.  A constant grind with no objective in sight.  Overwatch was different.  Overwatch wasn’t just playing the game, it was rewriting the rules.  It was exciting.  It was full-tilt, life-or-death, world-hanging-in-the-balance sort of work, and Hana was thriving.

Her mech, unfortunately, was not.

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few fanarts i did but never posted. some of them are not even finished. and the last one is supposed to be a realistic(ish) yuuri, but he ended up looking like a yuuri + phichit fusion.

also, here you can see an attempt do to merman!yurio, a college!yuuri, an instagram post, and uh, a sexy-ish yuuri. i think.


“Fenris! We’re finally reunited!”

“It would have happened sooner if someone gave clear directions to this place.”

“Eh? But I wrote it out in my last letter: Let’s meet at A Non-Descript Tavern on the road to Ostwick!


;’) A very sketchy sequel to this.

What She Says: I’m fine.

What She Means: Jason Todd was the “Robin Who Died" and when he came back as Red Hood (Under The Red Hood 2004-2006) he was after Bruce for not killing the Joker and revenging his death. Bruce, after Jason’s death just metaphorically shrugged and walked away as he moved on to Tim Drake (No hate towards Tim, love that boy). But when Damian Wayne (Also love that boy), as Robin, died (Issue #8 of Batman, Inc. 2013) Bruce went mental and did nothing but search for a way to bring him back and revenge. Bruce was unwilling to accept the death. The only thing that stopped him from killing Heretic (Damian Wayne’s killer) was his resemblance to Damian. LIKE WHAT THE FUCK. Jason begged his father to revenge him, just once, but Bruce is willing to lose his sanity and entire code of conduct for Damian. Jason, being apart of the batfamily probably watched in absolute horror, as his own father choose his biological son over his adopted son. By now he probably has realized the wrongs in his past concerning trying to force Bruce to kill. Not to deemphasize Jason’s violent story, as he was acting as a sort of villain in the Under The Red Hood arc and forcefully tried to get his father to kill, but in Damian’s case, he would have done it without a second thought. Not only is this a major blow to Jason, but it is a poor representation of families with both biological children and adopted children, or even families with just adopted children, I’m sure. In short, the writers say that Bruce loves his biological son more than his adopted which is UNACCEPTABLE. Despite all of this, the writers did not exhibit how Jason was feeling during said arc which just isn’t fair to the readers OR the actual characters and their dynamic.