“Frisk finally smiled at Chara like once. Chara cried.”
Fanart for @soleilos / @askhopesanddreams. I know you’re not active on the blog anymore, but I needed to express how much I love your interpretation of Frisk and Chara (both before and after the new headcanons), how much I enjoy your blog, your storytelling, and goodness, your art. It’s just so clean and cute and just–
So, fanart! Dunno how exactly that particular scene went down, but here’s my interpretation of it. I just found it adorable, okay?
This…was meant to be traditional…I had some issues with my traditional supplies however so it ended up digital after all ;;7;; Eh this is probably the quickest, cleanest, less frustrating option so here you go! (let’s see if I can catch up tonight ack)
You know, I think season 2 of Yu-Gi-Oh GX is by far, the single strangest season of Yu-Gi-Oh ever.
Like, season 1 is fairly standard YGO fare in terms of having a bunch of ‘get to meet the cast’ episodes and the a ‘keep the dangerous artefacts away from the villains + powerful sealed monsters arc’
And season 3 is the massive 180 tone shift, but at least the weird shit is consistent.
Season 2 is just, weird. I mean, on the surface it seems simple enough, a crazy cult stats brainwashing everyone at school and Judai has to stop it.
Things that happen in season 2-
We meet a 14/15 year old Batman wannabe.
And his friend the fortune teller who can see the future.
The fortune teller is also the head of a cult.
Actually, the real head of it is the primordial entity controlling him.
An entity which exists solely to destroy the universe.
It also brainwashes anyone who loses against it.
Unless you have Dino DNA.
Because, apparently bone grafting a dino bone onto one of your own will give you dino-like senses (???) which makes you immune to the mind control powes of this entity.
The protagonist ends up on another planet/world after being struck by a comet
Where he duels a robot
The aliens are actually duel monsters
That were created by the protagonist
The return of the duelling monkey.
This has no bearing on the plot at all, never comes up again and is basically a clip show episode in the form of a fever dream had by the delirious protagonist. (the monkey isn’t the fever dream, it really is there)
A trip to Domino City that serves as a great big Battle City nostalgia trip
Yugi’s grandpa apparently put together a book about the events of Battle City and sold it. Also we meet him too.
Including having the protagonist, mini Batman and a couple friends getting stuck in a virtual world.
One friend is a car the other is a dino in this world.
A creepy, possessed doll
One character discovers his sadomasochistic side, and develops an electrocution kink.
And a leather kink.
Hastily shoehorned in tournament near the end of the season b/c it’s not YGO without one.
The protagonist drops out of that when the plot rears its ugly head again.
The return of the Winged Dragon of Ra.
And more Battle City flashbacks, this time ft: Y. Malik
World destroying laser satellite
Being utilized by the aforementioned primordial entity
Which is stopped by an alien duel monster spirit and the powerful dino spirit of the guy with dino DNA who fly into space to destroy it(I I swear I’m not making this up)
Also some epic foreshadowing for the third season.
Anonymous said: “Hi can you do a Yoongi x reader smut/angst similar to the song Shameless by the weeknd? Where he basically uses her and it’s a super sad/dark ending for the reader? 💖
Thank you for the request! Sorry it took so long! I hope you like it, and I hope you don’t mind that I changed it a bit. <3
EDIT: I have decided to turn this into a series! If you like sad endings, I recommend stopping after this part,
If you would like to you can read part 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Reader x Yoongi
Slight NSFW, some strong language, sad ending, idk what else to say but plz be warned
There wasn’t a reason for you to pick up your phone.
You knew who it was, and you knew what he wanted. Yet every time, you would answer, telling yourself that this time was different, or that you were over him, or that thistime, you were just coming over to tell him to stop calling you.
You called him just as often however. When you were feeling lonely, or had had one too many drinks. You had been known to leave long voice mails on his phone, one’s that he would never listen to, but he would show up the next day, pinning you against the wall because he knew exactly what you were calling about.