i'm sorry if there's any typo :(

I accidentally answered a question privately just now that I didn’t mean to. OTL

Thankfully I still have the response saved, so I’ll just put it in normal text post form. The question was from tumblr user @bells, and it went like this:

Hello! How do you think things would have been different if Ouma was one of the survivors? In particular, how do you think his relationship with Saihara would have developed? Thank you for all your hard work in writing your meta, it’s been very helpful!

Thank you for asking this! I feel like as one of the characters who’s left an undeniably huge impression on the fanbase, Ouma does provide a lot of potential for one of the most potentially interesting survivors. A lot of people were probably counting on him making it all the way to the end too, although his death in Chapter 5 does make a lot of sense thematically, and from the standpoint of the previous Chapter 5s we’ve seen in dr1 and sdr2.

From this point on I’ll just be covering lots of spoilers for everything in Chapter 5 and onward, so anyone who doesn’t want to get spoiled for endgame points of the game, don’t read past this! (And again, I’m so sorry for accidentally responding on private instead.)

Keep reading

part I || part II

∟ … Regina desperately searched for something that could help her husband. She found a potion that could revert David’s coma state, however the ingredients were rare on this realm, and it took her 10 years to gather them. Each day, her son would go to the hospital and beg his father to wake, and each day he would fail.

Regina then told him how close she was to finish the potion, but there was a missing ingredient, on an old mine, and it was too dangerous to go get it. Henry didn’t listen to her and went down the mine alone. He found what was missing but the mine collapsed.

Henry was seriously injured when the firefighters found him, and the doctors thought it was for the best to sedate him for a while. As he slept, he managed to meet his father on a fire room for a brief moment, what seemed like a dream was caused by the magic object he had retrieved on the mine.

As he woke up, he told his mother of the things his father said. Together they were able to finish the potion. For the price was already paid, and David could finally be with his family again.

part IV

#this pained me so much #because he really really wanted to trust her #he really wanted it to be real #to be able to just talk and have lunch #like old times #but at the same time he knew that the reality is nothing like it #the reality is not long talks and dates on the jolly roger and onion rings and grilled cheese #and as desperately as he wanted that to be real #he still resisted her manipulation #he cut her off and did what’s ultimately right #for her #for him #for their relationship #and that’s one of the things that makes me love killian jones so freaking much

Every since our species first looked up at the sky, we’ve dreamed of reaching Mars. Back in 2029, that dream became real when the first human set foot on the red planet. And in a few months, a new group of astronauts will make the journey. It’s one of humanity’s most ambitious undertakings. The direct result of a decades long global space race and, of a joint mission created to extend human exploration to the farthest reaches of our solar system. This is the story of Ares. Our greatest adventure. Behold, the Hermes. The most complex and expensive machine ever built. We only built one and it remains harbored in low Earth orbit between missions. Astronauts rely on shuttles to travel up to Hermes and from there, they set sail on a perfect controlled cruise. But make no mistake, this is no easy journey. The trip to Mars is as dangerous and challenging as anything we’ve ever tried. The average journey checks in it a 140 million miles and throughout the trip, Hermes and its crew are bombarded by cosmic radiation that would irreversibly damage their DNA if not for the ships protection. And if that isn’t enough; solar flares, asteroids and meteoroids pose a catastrophic threat to the mission. One major strike could leave Hermes stranded in the hostile environment of space with no hope of rescue. Provided everything goes as planned, the Ares 3 crew will arrive in Martian orbit 124 days later, ready to descend to the surface. Once on Mars, they will spend a month in a habitat, designed to protect them from low oxygen, high radiation, dust storms and temperatures that can dip to 100º below 0. Despite those challenges, the crew will thoroughly investigate the planet’s biological history and it’s potential to cultivate and sustain life. Depending on what they learn, Star Talk of the future may be posting to you from a permanent self sustaining Martian colony, examining a new adventure that will take us even deeper into the stars above. Earth, a magnificent world to which we owe our creation, no longer seems destined to be our final resting place. Our adventure is just beginning. On behalf of Star Talk, we’d like to wish the Ares 3 crew a safe journey. Godspeed, Hermes. And as always, keep looking up.

Neil deGrasse Tyson 

Ares - Our Greatest Adventure