☆ DOWNTOWN ☆ the trio exploring the streets of Coruscant on a night out! (surely even the Resistance has some downtime when not on missions, right… and imagine experiencing the scale of this bustling city planet for the first time!!)

I was listening to the song Downtown a lot, which is ridiculous and catchy but also the chorus makes me want to dance down the streets of an intergalactic city too /o/ also just imagining the First Order trio running into them and doing the dance-off in the video haha


The little voices inside your head (that drive you absolutely nuts).

(as in the Inside Out AU where Ryan doesn’t know what he did to deserve this)


Future: Noun. A period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come. Effulgence: Noun. A brilliant radiance.

“please leave” banishing powder

for those times when @breelandwalker‘s banishing powder is too kick-ass. instead of a “gtfo,” this is more of a “hi please leave me alone.” because i’m passive as hell.

  • salt (table salt is fine; perfect, actually)
  • coffee grounds
  • chamomile (from a tea bag)
  • a dash of vinegar
  • a dash of vanilla

translation: “go away go away go away GO AWAY please :)”

mix; sprinkle around to get rid of unwanted entities (without being overtly rude*), or put on a taglock to gently push a person out of your life

*there are times when you should probably definitely be rude.

I think the thing I really love about the final update was that it wasn’t clear and straight-forward

The thing that I’ve always loved most about Homestuck, I think, is that it’s almost more of a meta-narrative than it is a normal plot-based story. Ever since the start, it’s thrown the typical linear chronology out of the window, and the commentary about the story is as poignant as the story itself. The real story of Homestuck wasn’t ever really that concerned with this-or-that character or this-or-that event, but with the lore, the symbolism, the experimentation with the game

It’s hard to put into words, but Homestuck has always been about the creation of the universe. It has always been about mythology and epic, about the thread that ties together so many big ideas and big stories. It has been about drawing on more references, symbols, theories than probably any other narrative before it–it drew on the collective ideas and knowledge of a ton of people through the forums and the fandom to stitch together a creation myth that combines and comments on the ones before it

The character and plot are important! But Hussie never really..made any of those things more important than the goal of sburb itself and the commentary that was being made through it. And to see at the very end that the true closure was the one presented as its main goal from the very beginning–that of the creation of a new universe, with all of the destruction and new life that comes with it–was a sort of catharsis that resonated with me very deeply somehow 

I really like the characters+plot…but that meta and lore was what made me actually fall in love with Homestuck. It feels v fitting to me that the comic would end that way, and I’m really at peace with this