I stopped watching after s05. of all the stupid changes they’ve made, turning Ramsay into a glorified rapist, the Sansa marriage and rape for ratings and ruining the best female characters of Dorne. Ruining Jaime by turning him into a rapist, too! (after he lost his hand to stop a woman from being raped) I’m waiting for the books. D&D are no different than JRoth, if you ask me. & i bet the ending is going to be very different from the books, anyway.
I disagree with almost all of this but SPECIALLY the Jrot part. He wishes he could make TV this good. He never will.
Duude, that doujin was rad, but I'm personally more curious about the technology and powers in it??? Care to go into detail?
THANKS!!! I would love to, I want to draw more (plus Al’s profile) but I’m quite busy this week so. Anyways, buckle your belt, it’s a bit hard for me to explain but I will do my best!
Basically, this AU is an ESP AU, where they had an organization that control ESP agents to subdue other ESP criminals as keeping the world’s peace.
But that’s not all the Organization do, they also circle around the Foretelling ability, which Gilbert is the main centre.
His codename based on the Butterfly Effect, which also the system that boosted Gil’s ability, allowed him to see millions future paths, Gilbert himself became a filter of the system. Gil came to organization by scouted like most of ESPers, using his power for good.
However, things started to go against his will as the foretold path got decided to gain benefit from the organization itself rather than saving lives. Eventually, he decided to leave the organization.
Before things went wrong against Gilbert to the edge, Arthur got transferred from UK agency to Headquarter. “I want him!”said Gilbert. Frankly, Gilbert was the one foretold and decided this transferring personally, became overjoyed toward the news. Despite Arthur didn’t know of Gilbert before and protested, he got placed to cooperate with Gilbert as a team, also unwillingly have to babysit this albino agent.
Summary: Ryan is the most recent member of the Fake AH Crew, and he’s loving every second of his new job - except for the annoying British thief who, after a series of terrible first impressions, has become the bane of his existence.
Ryan hates Gavin, and he’s pretty sure Gavin hates him too - until one day, out of the blue, Gavin asks for his help planning a murder.
Ryan stiffened where he stood before Geoff’s desk. When he’d been summoned into the man’s office he hadn’t thought much of it - assumed he was being given a job - but now with Geoff staring at him scrutinisingly, almost suspiciously, he felt suddenly wary.
“I have all the money I want, all the things, all this freedom… but no amount of money can ever buy the things I’ve lost to gain all this. It might be what I want, but I surely know it is not what I need. If wanted it all, and now I have it, why do I keep feeling empty?”