UNSPKN part 67

Where Sans faces a blaster.

Set after the events of “Flowey Is Not A Good Life Coach” fanfiction, comic will focus on beloved skelebros and their great need of psychotherapy after all that happened.

Also it’s not a spoiler, it’s just my version of (another) epilogue. Heh.

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the eye of sauron now turns to gondor


So, what I’m sure you all want to know about first: there will be seven posts tomorrow. It will be a text series, one post per member, but the subject is a surprise~ It is something that someone requested, and I figured it would be good to post it tomorrow since TOMORROW IS THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE DAY I STARTED THIS BLOG!!!

I love each and every one of you so much. The rest of this might be sort of rambly/ranty, so feel free to skip it, but I’m gonna say it anyways. It will be under the keep reading thing, so feel free to not expand it. It’s just stuff about my mental state and what’s been going on~

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Hair headcanons

Lief: Once he became King, grew out his hair and combed it back neatly in an attempt to look older. After Dragon Night cut it back into a shorter, messy style that Jasmine vaguely remembered him having when she had first met him 

Sharn: Upon fleeing the palace was forced to cut off most of her long hair, which had once flowed to the middle of her back. However, she still enjoyed styling it, even when she was at the Forge. As Lief was her only child, he was usually the one to assist her

Anna Snr: Passed on her long, thick curls to Jasmine. Took great care of her daughter’s hair, washing it in a river near their home once every few weeks and spending hours combing out the tangles while Jasmine practiced reading aloud stories Jarred wrote into the dirt. 

Jasmine: Alone in the Forests, attempted to maintain the hair-care routine Anna had taught her with only a broken tooth comb and her memory. She took great pride in her hair- it was something she had gotten from her mother. Eventually let Lief help her with her routine, and he patiently combed her hair for hours while she practiced reading aloud stories she had found on the Forge cottage’s bookshelf 

Anna Jnr: Years of helping his mother style her hair, and Jasmine to maintain her curls, had prepared Lief well for a daughter with a mass of dark curls and a love of braids and ribbons 


okay so the format got all messed up but here it is! i wrote this in two days at writing camp so it’s a bit rough around the edges but a lot of people said they wanted to read it! it’s eight pages so it’s under the cut.

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i have barely any clear memory of the past few days

Genji: It is not too late to change your course, brother.



year 2016 & bts

on Big Deal Moments in Discworld

Guards! Guards! has one of the first Big Deal Discworld moments for me, and I’m not very good at articulating what that means.

The moment I’m thinking of is the dragon’s speech to Wonse – “we were supposed to be cruel, cunning, heartless and terrible. But…we never burned and tortured and ripped one another apart and called it morality.” That’s a passage that always makes me stop and reread it a couple of times. And it’s a small moment – it’s the only time we hear the dragon speak at all, and it’s a speech that has no bearing on the rest of the story. It could have been taken out of the book entirely and nothing would feel like it was missing. But the fact that it’s there is a Big Deal moment. The great big monstrous antagonist’s judgment of humanity is unavoidable in its accuracy.

And the Discworld series is full of moments like that. Sometimes it’s just one line, sometimes it’s a full scene, and most of the book is so full of shenanigans coming so quickly one after another that you don’t always see the Big Deal moments coming. We think of Pratchett as a humor/satire writer and yes, the books are hilarious, but in between the jokes are these Big Deal moments that casually rearrange our perspective and stick with us even after we think we’ve forgotten.

Then there are the other Big Deal Moments, that are Emotional Meteorite Strike Moments (e.g. the phrase “that is not my cow” can now instantly put me in the fetal position) but I’m having a hard enough time describing this one as it is so I’ll probably go on a tirade about those ‘round about that One Part in Feet of Clay. (You know the one.)

Fleur Delacour