i'm excited for your character

I need YOUR help!

I have decided on writing…

A Dan and Phil Hogwarts AU!

Basic Information:

1. This will be a chaptered fic that goes throughout the years of Hogwarts
2. I have no idea how long it will be
3. The ship will be Phan
4. Dan and Phil will be in their real life houses, Gryffindor (Dan) and Hufflepuff (Phil). 

That’s basically it!

So then what do I need you guys for?


(scroll to the bottom for the best part)

I’m going to include other YouTubers in this fic, and I don’t know their houses! Could you please give me the Hogwarts houses of…

Louise Pentland (Sprinkleofglitter)

Tyler Oakley

Troye Sivan

Connor Franta

PJ Liguori (KickThePj)

Joe Sugg (Thatcher Joe)

Zoe Sugg (Zoella)

Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie)

Mark Fischbach (Markiplier)

Sean McLoughlin (Jacksepticeye)

(note, the people closer to the top will be main characters, the people towards the bottom will be supporting characters)

If I get mixed results or if I just don’t get any responses at all (cri) then I’ll just put them in the houses that work for my story. (Sorry!)


I want you guys to help me pick the name of this! You can submit a name OR choose one of the ones below. 

A Magical Friendship

A New Era 

A New Era of Magic

Dan, Phil, and a Sprinkle of Magic

A Phantastical Friendship

That is literally all I can think of. Please help my uncreative self.


(here’s the best part)

Since I need characters for this fic, I’m letting you SUBMIT YOUR OWN CHARACTER!

Tell me:

Name (first and last):


Year: (perferably first so you can grow in the story with dan and phil)

Brief description of appearance: 

Brief description of personality:

Brief backstory: (I MEAN BRIEF)

Pureblood, Halfblood, or Muggleborn

YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE TO FOLLOW ME (though you probably will want to for updates) TO SUBMIT. JUST LIKE AND REBLOG THIS POST (to send the word out) AND THEN SEND AN ASK (ANON OR NOT) AND I WILL WRITE YOU IN. (note, if you send an ask on anon, I won’t be able to mention your url in my list of characters. You’ll still be in the story though!)


I might make rules later on of how many characters that you can submit, but for now, it’s as many as you want. 



So I’ve been teasing some Mandalorian OCs for a while now, and I’m happy to say they’re finally ready to show! Meet U’ruk and Kobelka—two descendants of the thousands-year old Clan Sornell. The minute I heard of an all-Devaronian Mando clan I thought “I gotta make one”, and after a ton of designing and making one became making two, these are what I came up with!

I haven’t figured out their stories too deeply, but I know that (they and the rest of Clan Sornell now live in an isolated outpost on the planet Tracyn in the Mandalore system, where they leave only for mercenary work and supply runs. As for these two specifically, all I have figured out for their backstories is that U’ruk basically raised Kobelka after her father (U’ruk’s brother) was killed after being caught stealing from the Empire during his mercenary work, and since then she’s grown into a warrior far more powerful than anyone else her age. I haven’t thought of much for them beyond that, unfortunately—though I do know that, sometime around 0 BBY, they and their clan will be visited by a group of rebels from Devaron, including two force-wielders and, more interestingly, a long-lost fellow Sornell…

All in all, I really like how they turned out! It’ll probably be a long while before they show up in Shadows and Stardust, but if and when I get to their story, I’m super excited to develop them! Lemme know what you guys think, though! Do they look cool? Does the final armor color I decided on work well? Are you interested in learning more about them? Any feedback you have is great! :D

Malia had been at a six-week intensive wilderness training camp in the High Sierras, the mountain range that ran up and down the State of California. She had a great track record from her many days volunteering for Search and Rescue, so when Officer Richter told her he’d hire her full-time upon completion of the program, she didn’t waste a moment. She’d packed up her stuff and hopped into a van with a few other trainees from other areas of Beacon County, sent texts to her pack, Derek, and Talia saying she’d be back in six weeks, and that was that.

Sure, her training group had been able to go into civilization a few times, but there hadn’t been great cell service when they had.  She’d been home a whole day already but hadn’t felt like being out and about. It was nice to sleep in her own bed. 

But, this was a new morning, and she felt ready to be back in regular society (if you could call anything about Beacon Hills “regular”).

“I mean, if people got lost where there was cell service, they wouldn’t need Search and Rescue, right?” she grinned snarkily.

markusxc94  asked:

I originally found your blog because Starco but I read "Greedy Flower" and now I'm also really excited about your webcomic!! I really enjoyed all the characters and the story seems really cool and interesting!! I look forward to seeing more Greedy Flower and more Starco!!! :D

Hiiiiii, I’m really really glad you also like Greedy Flower!
I can’t wait to put new translated pages soon and let you know the new characters (you’ll love them)!
The new chapter will arrive in november :D so, very soon!!!
in the meantime, enjoy Broken! :3

anonymous asked:

Duke! I am very excited about your book! But I'm very curious-- your main character is male. So many female authors make their protagonists men, and sometimes I just can't see why, unless it's because that's assumed to be more "marketable". (Like Harry Potter-- easily could have been a chick). Not attacking you at all, I'm just curious as to your reasoning.

This is one of those questions that I find slightly infuriating because it’s one of those questions nobody asks male authors. Nobody questions a male author’s decision to write a female lead or narrator (my male narrator is actually not the main character, but that’s splitting hairs), and making women constantly justify their creative decisions or assuming that if they write a prominent male character they must be working an angle or even just demanding to know why they didn’t write a female character instead is both exhausting and unfair. There’s no nefarious anti-feminist agenda here. I did not write a male narrator to make the book more marketable. I wrote a male narrator because that was what worked for the particular story I was telling. Why? I’m not going to get into specifics, but some of the major conflicts that arise between these characters are spurred by homosocial power dynamics, and that’s because the story itself has Shakespearean source material and that was a major theme I wanted to explore. The main characters are almost exactly evenly split as far as gender ratios go and the men are not more important or prominent than the women (narration =/= representation), but for the mechanics of the story to work I needed my narrator engaged in a very specific kind of competitive conflict which does not typically arise between women and girls. That’s why he’s male. But the decision to write a male narrator was hardly that logical. There really was no “reasoning,” as you put it. It was simply what felt right for this particular story. It was what worked with the group dynamics. It just fit. That’s all. It’s that simple. No marketing scheme, no misguided attempt to appease the Straight White Male literary establishment or prove myself by writing a character not of my gender. This time I just happened to need a male narrator. In my next book I needed a female narrator and in my current WIP I needed a third person omniscient narrator who follows characters of all genders. 

I write what’s right for the story. I don’t think I need any better justification than that. 

anonymous asked:

Your Bruce/Batman is so well-characterized and also so distressing. The post you just made about his issues with physical intimacy and touch is giving me Lots Of Feelings. Did he end up with the playboy persona because people kept wanting to touch him and he just went along with it? Does he ever get to a point where he can experience physical intimacy as emotionally pleasant and healing? I really hope so. I'm excited to see where you go with these characters, your writing is amazing.

Partition is pretty representative of a lot of his sexual encounters (in Third Wheel he is actually enjoying himself more than that because he legit finds Lois attractive) while Unmasked is an example of the kind of thing he is actively trying to avoid. And in his chapter of Unrealistic I think I make it pretty clear that he does have a sex drive and he is attracted to people, there’s just a disconnect. The origins of his weird playboy rep is kinda in Gotham High? Like, he is interested in Annie, but that only goes anywhere because she recognizes him as a safe way to experiment. He still only sleeps with people he likes, but the primary thing that his partners have in common is that they asked.

In Arm Candy there is a certain amount of platonic cuddling and friends-with-benefits-ing, and he actually does kind of enjoy that. Because he and everyone involved is just kinda dickin’ around and there is no emotional investment whatsoever on anyone’s part, and he doesn’t have to worry about hurting anyone. Which is rare. Whether he will get to have that with someone who really knows him is trickier business because he will probably never be entirely well-adjusted. Because he’s Batman.