idk it seemed like the right time to do this

anonymous asked:

Hi sea! I just wanted to share a thought. Louis said that in the last year of 1d he felt the most confident and i guess i could see it, but when you watch videos or stuff from around TMH era, he seemed more confident to me? Or am i going crazy? look at how he was on stage around that time, his singing, his MOVEMENTS!!! i know his team is responsible for changing him and his mannerisms through the year but idk i feel like he was much more confident way before? what do you think?


First, I hope you are having a great day. With Louis’s recent photos, my eyeballs are super happy. I am also feeling hopeful for his music.

I know there is contention in the fandom right now about this issue of confidence, which ultimately has to do with the presentation of Louis’s image. Is he a cool, collected leader/ mogul-in-training/ game player? Or is he a timid/ self-deprecating/ humble also-ran?

I think I would separate it into MUSICIANSHIP and MORALE.

Before Louis auditioned for TXF, he posted this:

His technique was confident, he sang on pitch, he had good breath support. We know that he could carry the chorus of many 1D songs during TMH and UAN, including WMYB.

Since then, there have been live performances where, for whatever reason, Louis’s technique has deteriorated. Then again, like the rest of the boys, Louis sang without good training and without the optimal care to his voice– in addition to injurious factors such as consecutive performances, the lack of good rest, poor habits (alcohol, smoking, late eating, etc.).

One Direction fans were so uniformly supportive that their feedback could not be used as reliable criticism. Therefore their feedback came from their handlers– management and label– who used their trust to manipulate their sense of self-worth.

When Louis was told to censor his mannerisms, around early 2013, something changed. Not only did this affect his interaction with his bandmates, it affected his sense of self on stage. His eyes became uncertain every time he averted his gaze. He was made to feel isolated. The isolation showed in his stage persona.

It seems to me that after this, Louis convinced himself that his talent was not in performance but in other aspects of pop music– songwriting, A&R work. The fact that he threw himself into songwriting, and confronted management about stylistic changes in the band’s sound and image (& got Savan fired), shows that his musicianship was as confident as ever. He changed focus from performance to A&R, but he felt stronger in his musical knowledge, and it showed in his songs. To go from writing “Story of My Life” to “What a Feeling” is a huge step. No one who is timid or meek would take a risk/ show an improvement like that.

I want to emphasize that Louis’s feelings did not have to do with self-loathing or shame. He is not a timid person. He is not afraid of confrontation. He does not bow down to intimidation. His actions and feelings were a response to an attempt to manage his image, and by doing so, taking away some of his power.

The portrayal of Louis as someone uncertain of himself, biding time until One Direction came back… well, it’s a pretty lame explanation for someone whose career seems to be stalled for no reason– at least reasons that can be printed.

You’re right. Louis started as a confident person– his stage presence was exuberant and fun. One print interview can’t remove hundreds of hours of tour videos. They can’t erase flamboyant Louis with one rewrite of history.

On the other hand, there’s no doubt in my mind that Project No Control and Project JHO helped boost his confidence– both because fans believed in him, and because these are songs in which performer-Louis could shine as brightly as songwriter-Louis.

I also think that this portrayal of Louis as an underdog helps to explain the excessively dumb stunts he continues to have to do. Lack of self-esteem explains why he’s stuck with a third-rate label, tolerates shitty management and PR, “because he couldn’t do any better.” It’s a tautological explanation from his people, excusing themselves for being so incredibly bad.

That was quite a long answer! Hope it was okay. Tomorrow… sportswear (but what was today?).

hey um this is a random long caption. I really appreciate you all. The fact you take time to tell me about your day or how you feel or your opinion on something I ask is just nice and sweet and I know it’s small but like just speaking to me is cool even if it’s not direct. Yeah so Um I’ve been feeling weird. I’m not sure why, well I know why but idk. I know this has been emphasized time and time again but I don’t think it hurts to emphasize it again. I mean maybe it does it’s probably annoying but hey that’s me right. You know I do these over the top colorful looks and am overly bubbly sometimes it may seem but um it’s not always like that. I’m not always an angel, I can lie, I can breakdown, Im insecure, I can misinterpret things, sometimes I won’t listen.. and so on. But i try really try to be a better me and try hard to do whatever I want when it comes to what will make me feel good and not worry about outside opinions ya know (doesn’t work at times but a lot of times it can). So however you want to express yourself it’s okay. Something someone says about you or a friend or your dog isn’t about that specific thing, it’s about them and their own view of the world and how things should be. And we’re all different so we’re all gonna have different outlooks. What they think you should do may not be what you think you should do about a situation or what to wear to an event or the best way to approach that person you like.. etc. idk this really doesn’t have a point and I’m just typing as I think but.. remember ppl look through different eyes and remember to look through your own and find what works best for you and it could be wearing a yellow wig, over lining your lips, investing in equipment to efficiently stream you playing your favorite games, or entering a spoken word contest even tho you’ve only written one poem before. Idk we’re only here for a short period of time and I just want you to do and be whatever makes you smile a little bit or lose yourself in. But yeah thank you for always being kind to me and sharing that kindness and love with others as well. seriously love you all

Tumblr deleted this?????? 

Idk why, but it’s gone from my blog so yeah! Fuck me, right?! So yeah my H2O Delirious piece, reposted from what seems like forever ago. Someone had messaged me saying it was gone, and I finally looked, so yup here it is again!

Please do not: use, edit, or re-upload without my permission. Thank you :D

anonymous asked:

is there any post that u made when exo was in mexico 2014? like how kai was a hawk around soo? i actually never saw that before?~ can u help me? 😭 thanks lovely 😊

Hi dear~ 

I think I did make a small post, or answered some asks of that before? But I can’t seem to find them right now :/ But I’ll just posts some gifs of the moment anon ^o^ 

It was during the music bank rehearsal in mexico, in october 2014. 

so, nini was kinda acting like a kicked puppy tbh.. 

when it was time to do a cheer/huddle up, he only reached for soo’s hand, he literally went past the rest of them just to do that. 

It looked like he really wanted soo’s attention, and soo wasn’t really giving it to him.. idk if kaisoo had a little quarrel or if smth else had happened. it’s all speculations really. but nini looked a little sad during the rehearsal. there’s quite a difference between the actual broadcast, and the rehearsal tbh. I can’t say much more than that, cuz it’s all guesses :/ But I think the gifs speaks for themselves.

(my gifs btw, they’re from >here<)

anonymous asked:

Dear Duke, I have noticed something about my writing: I do not know how to conduct a dialogue. I do not know how to add an emotional "burden" to the discussion. It does not sound believable what I write. To me, it seems more like a lecture than a simple conversation. I just wanted to write engaging more with the emotional side of my characters than with the intellectual. How can I do it?

Hi! You’re in the right place because dialogue is actually my favorite thing to write and any book of mine you pick up will probably be like at least 40% people talking. Idk if this is because I did so much theatre or because I just can’t shut up, but it’s high time I did a real post about it, so:

Advice for Aspiring Authors: On Dialogue

  1. You need it so don’t resist it. Books that are just huge chunks of prose are exhausting, and if you never use dialogue you’re either (1) summarizing or (2) writing a really boring book, and either way the the result is the same. Your reader is going to be bored. Choosing the right scenic mode is important and sooner or later people are going to have to speak in the moment. 
  2. Don’t stress about speaker tags. Putting this at the top because a lot of new writers seem to get hung up on it. But I’ve already addressed this, so read this post here. Pro-tip? If you’re writing a conversation between two people or even three, you often don’t need speaker tags at all. I recently wrote a conversation that takes place over the phone which consists of about 25 lines exchanged and didn’t use a single speaker tag because it was, in all instances, obvious who was doing the talking. Later in the same MS I have a really chaotic hospital scene where like twelve people are yelling at the same time and interrupting each other and there are no speaker tags because idgaf if anybody knows who’s saying what. It should feel like chaos. (If you want a really great example of this, pick up a copy of William Faulkner’s Sanctuary and read the funeral scene.) Readers are smart. They’ll figure it out.
  3. Different people speak in different ways. Who a character is will often determine how they speak. For instance, Theodore von Wammelspout, Crown Prince of Prosenstatz, is probably going to have a very different dialect than Paw Paw O’Halloran, Louisiana shrimp fisherman. (If you want a better example of what I’m talking about, watch the movie Kingsman and pay attention to how and when Eggsy switches dialects, or read the prologue to The Taming of the Shrew and pay attention to the immediate tonal shift in Christopher Sly’s dialogue when he wakes up from a drunken stupor thinking he’s a lord.) Think about a character’s origins and upbringing and backstory when deciding how they talk.
  4. But stay away from writing dialect unless you really know what you’re doing. Don’t try to phonetically write a character’s accent or dialect unless you’re a linguist, because a lot of dropped consonants and deliberate misspellings can be really difficult to read, come out like you’re trying too hard, or even end up looking vaguely racist. If a character has an accent, find a way to tell us they have an accent and then spell all their dialogue correctly. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule–i.e, if a phonic misunderstanding is crucial to the story. But basically, unless you’re writing Trainspotting, don’t do this. What’s much better and much more effective is to describe how a character says something or what their voice sounds like. What’s the texture? The color? The temperature? A warm, rough, slow voice belongs to a different character than a cold, high, slick voice does. Or maybe the same character can switch from one to the other. Give your character’s voice the same attention you would give their body or their habits or anything else.
  5. It’s a character speaking, not the narrator. Each character should have their own voice, in the same way that each story will have a slightly different narrator, even if it’s a neutral third person narrator. Writing is all about voice and style, and part of the challenge is that you as the writer have to be a mockingbird and be able to speak in as many different voices as you have characters. It will take practice. It will require a lot of questions asked, such as “Who never says a bad word? Who swears like a sailor? Who talks in a constant, uninterrupted stream and who hardly says a word?” For an exercise, write out a plain uninteresting sentence like, “He was on his way home from the store when he got a flat tire,” the way the narrator would say it, and then rewrite it in every character’s voice. Because one character might say it just like that–”I was on my way home from the store and I got a flat tire”–and another might say, “You’re not going to fucking believe this. Okay, so I’m on my way home from the store, because we’re out of beer again, because Steve was supposed to go get more and he didn’t, the dickhead–and what happens? Well, obviously, because this worthless excuse of a city can’t be bothered to keep the roads clear, I drive right through a patch of broken glass and BANG! Blow a tire. Swear to God, I thought it was a gunshot, I nearly ran my car into a telephone pole.” If all your characters sound alike or sound like the narrator or (worse) sound like you, it’s time to stop and reevaluate. 
  6. Characters don’t speak for you. Look, unless you’re writing a really boring story it’s going to have a bunch of people in it with a bunch of different ideas and some of them should believe things that you don’t agree with or speak in a way you find objectionable. Characters are sometimes going to have to say things you find morally deplorable and they have to say them with conviction. I recently wrote a scene where my FMC’s boyfriend and her dad argue about what they’re going to do about her, like she’s not a grown-ass woman who can take care of herself. And they both say things that are utterly atrocious and that if I heard a man say in real life, I would probably punch him in the face. But that’s important. In fiction, you gotta tell it all and tell it like it is. Fiction isn’t true but it should be honest. Not every character can agree with you or with each other. (This is a big part of the reason that authorial intent is a flawed concept. An author who depicts something isn’t necessarily condoning or endorsing it.) You should be writing about difficult shit and writing about it from every vantage point and using dialogue to do that. You don’t need to agree with angelic equality crusader Nancy and homophobic Uncle Jeff equally but they need to be equally convincing. Write disagreements. Write arguments. Let characters fight and get pissed and tell each other to fuck off. It’s honest, and it’s interesting. Conflict is good.
  7. Incomplete sentences are your best friend. So are run-ons. That scene I mentioned that was 25 lines with no speaker tags? There’s also not a complete sentence in that whole exchange. We rarely speak in full correct sentences, even if we know perfectly well that what we’re saying isn’t grammatically perfect. So something like this: 
            “Seen my keys?”
            “In the basket.”
    Totally acceptable. People are lazy. They talk in fragments. Dialogue doesn’t have to be correct, because it often isn’t. Stick commas and dashes wherever the fuck you want to mimic the pattern of speech. Worry about what’s natural, not what’s correct. Sometimes what goes unsaid is just as interesting as what does get said. For instance, if Joe turns to Carol and starts to say, “Have you ever thought about–” and then never finishes the sentence, that’s going to keep a reader wondering. Has she ever thought about what? In much the same way, you can have a character ramble for an entire paragraph in an epic run-on sentence if that’s the way they talk, or if they’re distressed or upset and trying to get the words out. The last book I finished has a chapter at the end where one character literally talks without interruption for nine pages. And as insane as that sounds it’s actually totally necessary because she’s telling a story that’s important for the readers and the other characters to hear but it’s a hundred times better to hear it in her own voice, grammatical correctness be damned.
  8. Don’t try too hard to be eloquent. How many people do you know in real life who spout off perfectly articulate declarations of their feelings? Probably none. They ramble and stall and repeat themselves. Real-life conversations are not movie conversations. They’re not smooth. They’re not perfectly timed. A character just saying “Fuck me” because they have no idea what else to say is perfectly plausible (and also a great opportunity for comedy). Here’s an exercise if you’re having trouble: Make two columns on a page, and on one side write out what this character is trying to say (i.e, “I love you.” “I’ve been trying to tell you for years.” “But I’m afraid you don’t want me to.”) and on the other write out what they actually say (i.e., “I really hope you’ll stay.” “You know you’re always welcome to stay.” “I don’t want you to feel like you have to stay. Just that you can. If you want to.”) Sometimes the juxtaposition between what we’re trying to say and what actually comes out is so important. So don’t worry about perfect articulation or doing justice to the “emotional burden.” Worry about the intent and the impact and how those two things align–or don’t.
  9. Read it out loud. This is one of the most important things teachers in playwriting workshops will tell you to do. Read it out loud. If it feels awkward or unnatural, it probably is. Thus also to dialogue in prose fiction. Even better option? Get a couple of friends to read it for you. This will work wonders for helping you figure out what feels awkward.
  10. HAVE FUN WITH IT. When I say dialogue is far and away my favorite thing to write, I’m not kidding at all. You can learn so much about a character or how two characters interact by how they talk to each other. Do they tease, do they nag, do they finish each other’s sentences? Do they use slang, do they slur, do they talk about celebrities they’ve never met as if they’ve known them for years and they’re the best of friends? Let their personalities shine through, because when characters speak is the only time they’re not getting filtered through a narrator, even if that narrator is themselves. Dialogue provides some of the most poignant moments of characterization you’ll ever get. So play with it. Try the same line fifty different ways until it feels right. Let your characters speak for themselves.

Good luck! Go forth and write great dialogue and have a blast doing it.

Somehow (Poly!Hamilsquad x Reader)

Warnings/Triggers: Depression, angst, suicide attempt, really bad writing

AUs: None

Time Period: Modern

Notes: Part 2? IDK let me know!

Tags: @because-katiedid (Here you go! I should have some more soon too!)

If there’s something I need to tag please let me know! I want you to feel safe and comfortable reading my stories! Thanks!

Part 2 Part 3

You felt useless. It seemed like you could never do anything right. He stared up into the mirror. It seemed like there were no words for how you felt. Nothing you could say, nothing anyone could say would help now.

Sighed, looking back down at Alex’s bottle of pills. They were sleep pills, always full. Alex never slept.

You unscrewed the cap, thankful that the boys were all at work that Wednesday. Until you heard the door open.

“Mon amour? I’m back! I got off a bit early!” It had to be Lafayette. You focused all your energy on unlocking the pills, you seemed to forget about locking the door.

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HeadCanon Time:

~Captain Swan lived a happy, white picket fence life, after getting back from honeymoon, a week of solitude on the Jolly Rodger, after a few years of newlywed pancake making fun, they have a little girl named Hope who Hook spoils beyond belief. They then spend the rest of their lives, kicking happy ass as Sheriff and Deputy, Husband and Wife, maintaining order in their sleepy little town.

~Snow and David bought a farm house where Charming acts as the stay at home dad, with his dog and his son and his farm, and snow gladly goes to teach at the elementary school each day, with her kids and her birds and her family.

~Regina actually apologizes to the people of storybrooke, makes genuine amends with the charmings, grows the fuck up and takes full responsibility for her actions, but continues to act as mayor cause no else really seems to want the job.

~Belle continues to run the library, while raising her son and keeping her husband in check. Said husband, for the sake of doing right by his new son, locks away his dagger somewhere no one, not even him, can get to, and keeps trying to be a good man.

~IDK man, Henry goes to school and acts like a kid his age should, he’s got a huge family that loves him. He’s good. 👍🏻

Tbh Aelin not telling everyone her plans and leaving them in the dark isn’t quirky and i don’t like the way the characters in the books (and the fandom) brush it off as nothing where Aelins just like “oops lol I had a plan all along”
It’s really irritating as a reader and Aedion is the only character who seems to be even slightly pissed off by it when like everyone should be furious???? But they’re all just like “haha classic Aelin good one” and are just enabling her really SHITTY behaviour
It’s not the way you treat those you claim to care about, it just seems like she leaves them in the dark so she can always come out the hero in the end
And also in my opinion it just tells me she wouldn’t be a good ruler tbh that shit isn’t okay
This is just one thing for me I adored Aelin right through to the end of queen of shadows but in empire of storms I feel like she acts like a brat a lot of the time idk is it just me???
(If Chaol was there he’d absolutely be like Aelin what the fuck you can’t do that my babe Chaol wouldn’t put up with this shit)

(I’m excited for tower of dawn no Aelin and all Chaol NICE)

Gameshow au:

  • Victor is the judge and all the skaters are competing to have him as coach for a season
  • the first night they do a meet&greet party type deal and basically the exact scene from the banquet goes down
  • victor is instantly smitten
  • who is is this adorable katsudon
  • he declares Yuuri the winner on the spot - competition over
  • yurio is so pissed, everyone else is just like “yep seems about right”
  • but the producers make them do the whole show anyway
  • Yuuri has vague memories of this party and is so embarrassed he considers just going home (he does not remember the part where he won)
  • cannot figure out why victor is cheering for him specifically all the time
  • every ep starts with a monologue from victor that was supposed to be his thoughts on the competition but its just “Idk why were still doing this yuuris gonna win” every week
  • they have weekly challenges for every ep and Yuuri gets so flustered by victors very presence he messes up every single one
  • Victor names him the winner of every challenge anyway
  • theres one-on-one coaching time w/ victor as rewards for challenges but victor just treats them like dates
  • “will you teach me to land a quad toe loop” “that’ll be kinda hard to do while we eat this picnic in the park Yuuri”
  • Yurio is such a try hard
  • theres a rose (or metal??? or skates???) ceremony at the end of every episode like the bachelor when victors supposed to give a rose to everybody except whoever’s going home but he keeps just trying to give all the roses to yuuri

I’ve been thinking about this fic for like six months but time is fake so imma tell you about it right now

So it’s stevethor and sambucky and sambucky is already established and they do a lot of judging but they’re always physically intertwined when doing so like

“Idk why you don’t talk to that cute blonde guy at the bagel shop, Steve.”
“Yeah… to be completely honest it seems like you’re scared of commitment” but they’re wrapped up in each other on the couch like they’re one person with two heads and too many opinions and Steve kinda hatesloves his friends and he’s dyin

Steve says, “Well you come to the bagel shop and talk to Thor every day so what if we all go…” he has to think for a second. “do that painting and wine shit together.”

Sam and Bucky make the same face and Steve stops feeling guilty that he’s addressing them both as ‘you’. “You’ll have a much emptier apartment if I’m getting laid,” he reminds them. They both agree.

Steve asks Thor and manages not to blush (too much) and before he knows it, he’s on a double date with Sam and Bucky. Thor absolutely loves the painting and wine thing and Sam and Bucky think he might be an alien because that was the worst thing they’ve ever done.

Except for when Steve asks them to go to an escape the room thing.

Sam puts a stop to it then. That is some true white people shit and if Steve wants to get laid by a big blonde dude then he’s just gonna have to go somewhere with Thor alone.

Luckily for Steve, Thor asks him out first this time.

Now they’re actually dating and Sam and Bucky are honest to god dying because they are attached at the hip and disgustingly into each other. “I think it’s a new couple thing,” Bucky assures Sam.

“We weren’t that gross, were we?” Sam asks. Bucky’s got his head in Sam’s lap while Sam strokes his hair. Steve’s got his head resting on Thor’s shoulder. Thor leans over and whispers something into Steve’s ear to make him laugh. It’s awful.

“There’s no way.” Bucky says.

Sam gives Bucky’s hair a tug. “Honestly, we really fucked up.”

Steve leans up and Thor gives him a little kiss. “Gross.”

moonbin seems a little quiet these days. like i dunno i saw vids and pics of the sg showcase and he just seemed really… quiet. and apparently he disappeared backstage for a long time? and i hope hes okay and i miss his smile and laugh and seeing him fool around and i dunno im probably overthinking things i suppose hes just tired

i guess theyre all tired. idk man i feel like ever since autumn story started right up till winter dream, they havent had a proper break? its been promotions and shows and now theyre doing showcases overseas and one of them even mentioned theyre already starting to work on a new album (i may have remembered wrong) and even eunwoo fell sick and fam idk i just. hope they all take care and have a good rest


[!] just a very quick question!

for groupchats i initially plan to do a style like the one on the left (whatsapp format) but i think doing it like the one i did on the right (imessage format) is much easier and faster for me. 

plus it doesn’t look that bad (to me)! 

so which do you guys prefer?

A: whatsapp format or B: imessage format?

Wilbur Robinson is great because he has no idea who Goob is or why he stole the time machine, he just knows he fucked up and doesn’t want to get in trouble with his parents. Do you know how much easier things would have gone if he was completely honest and told his parents what happened right from the start?

“Hey, Mom, I messed up and left the garage door unlocked. Some old guy stole the time machine. I don’t know why, but he’s trying to destroy Dad’s life. Please stop him.”

Idk honesty just seems like a better idea than not existing.

zadyalyss  asked:

I live for these boys and fluff! So how would they react if they came home late and find their s/o passed out on the couch and dinner is just sitting in the oven (not on but like keeping it warm or something)?

Ijustwanttoloveyou <3

I’m going to toss these under a “Read More” just because I have a terrible habit of turning my headcanons into tiny little drabbles (aka 9 freaking pages omg). #sorrynotsorry

Also, I can’t seem to write in any single tense right now (idk what’s wrong with me)… So some of these might be in present tense while others are in past tense? I have no idea what I’m doing. Please stop me omg

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Been playing a lot of Harvest Moon: Skytree Village since classes are over ^q^) 

I was gunning for Dean originally but THEN I saw Gabriel’s event where he ate the dog food to test the quality for his brother’s sick dog and then I fell in love

So yeah, I married him LMAO 

IDK what it is about him but he always seems kinda sly in his expressions…every time he asks me to do a request he always ends it with a “you don’t mind, right?” and he does this SUPER CUTE SMILE AND IM LIKE…GABRIEL, I FEEL LIKE YOU ARE SUBTLY MANIPULATING ME But I am so attracted to you I will give you anything you want

still love you Dean.. someday I will marry you, macho florist

revolutionetudes  asked:

unique study tips?

Oooooh I’ve never thought of this! Idk if these are unique but… here are some that I do!

1. When taking notes, have a system so everything has a place! This cuts your work into chunks. For example, the first thing I do (like what I’m doing right now for economics) is beginning by identifying all the key terms and making a glossary! Then I go though and pull out main points, then I do a quick once over the reading. It seems to go more quickly this way.

2. Only study for 30 minutes at a time. Then take a ten minute break. 30 minutes goes SO quickly! It will keep you focused, and taking breaks to walk around or get a snack will keep your mind and body awake!

3. Not sure this is unique but… literally make EVERYTHING into flash cards. Idk if it’s just me, but for some reason I can remember things so much better if i turn them into flash cards and just go over the little chunks instead of reading over all my notes at once.

4. For when you have tons of info: read it all over three times. Write a study guide for these notes. Read this study guide three times. Make an even more condensed study guide based on the first study guide. Try to fit it on ONE sheet of paper. Read this over three times. Works for me 🤗

Wizard Trauma

So I don’t know if anyone else has thought about this, and I’m kind of inexperienced, but it’s been one of those ideas circling my head for a while. Don’t you think that our wizards would be extremely traumatized after completing several arcs? Here are some examples:
First of all, Dragonspyre. I don’t know about anyone else but talking to tortured spirits in a lava-ridden drake world with huge spiders and shit would be kinda scary. And defeating Malistaire with the giant dragon behind him? And I kind of have this headcanon that every time your wizard gets defeated in battle, it /feels/ like death but they wake up after it anyway. That would kind of be traumatizing too, at least I think it would. I would always think “but what if I don’t wake up this time?”
Also, finishing Xibalba on Azteca and FAILING. Technically. I liked Azteca, unlike a lot of players, because of the colors and creativity with the characters. But seeing the meteors at the end would definitely do something to ya, right? And then heading to Khrysalis with that image in your mind. I haven’t defeated Morganthe herself, so I can’t talk about that battle, but I heard that she falls into a void and idk but that seems pretty terrifying. Anyway that’s what I think, feel free to add on!