if it doesn't kill you she will

I’m honestly of the opinion that it’s only Damien inside the body. Celine mentioned sending the viewer back, and Damien mentioned that you needed to let him in–nowhere was it mentioned that Celine would be going along, she only mentioned being able to send you back. Damien himself says this–about himself. He does not mention “let us in,” simply, “let me in.”

I think it’s more likely she transferred a little bit of her power to Damien when she sent him back, as a form of help. In my mind, the bit of her powers that she gave him when she sent him and the viewer back were what adds the red touch to Dark. Not Celine herself. It just doesn’t make sense to have both in the body. And then as soon as Damien was in the body, he took it over and booted out the viewer.

The Types as Stupid Things I've Heard/Said
  • ENTP: "I'm not a COMPLETE sociopath, geez."
  • INTP: "Emotions? I don't know her."
  • ENFP: I'm not picking sides! *Five minutes later* "You suck."
  • INFP: "Everything has a life, don't kill anything. nO INTP DON'T KILL THE COCKROACH DAMMIT!"
  • ENTJ: "I win, shaboom!"
  • INTJ: *rather than using 3.14 for pi she uses 3.141592653589793*
  • ENFJ: "I wanted to tell her to leave as nicely as possible but all that came out was "Fuck You." Hm."
  • INFJ: "Ding, Dong, the bitch is gone, the bitch is gone. Ding, dong, the stupid bitch is gone!"
  • ESTP: "I'm the BEST! Muahahaha!" *trips on shoelace*
  • ISTP: "Why are you so rude? Like why? It doesn't make sense? You can just shut up?"
  • ESFP: "Let't not and say we did."
  • ISFP: "Do you know how to not?"
  • ESTJ: *puzzled look on their face as INTP attempts to explain a math problem to them*
  • ISTJ: "Stress can get the fuck out of my life please and thank you!"
  • ISFJ: "But they were so nice to me..."
  • ESFJ: *raises hand before teacher even finishes sentence*
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gif request meme: niles/daphne + most heartbreaking scene
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seventeen as vines/viral videos;
  • s.coups: hey, how you doing? well i'm doing just fine i lied i'm dying inside.
  • jeonghan: i'm a bad bitch you can't kill me
  • joshua: i want a church girl that go to church and read her bible
  • jun: gay, i wouldn't fuck you-i mean unless you want to ;)
  • hoshi: i'm washing me in my clothes bitch, i'm washing me in my clothes
  • wonwoo: my mum took my ipad away because she caught me listening to fall out boy and she doesn't like the act that i'm emo
  • woozi: i don't need friends, they disappoint me
  • dk: *wii sports music*
  • mingyu: go suck a dick, suck a dick, suck a motherfuckin' dick
  • the8: two bros hilling in a hot tub, five feet apart cuz they're not gay !
  • seungkwan: fr e sh a voca do
  • vernon: hi welcome to chilli's
  • dino: what up, i'm jared. i'm 19 and i never fucking learned how to read

anonymous asked:

Sansa doesn't really have any wolf connections bc lady dies early on and she doesn't have the wolf blood, but does she make any parallels or say anything about wolves (in asoiaf)? I'm really curious and I know you love Sansa chapters ❤️

Hi! Yes, I love Sansa’s chapters so much, they are some of my favorites. Sansa does have quite a few references to wolves throughout ASOIAF, though you are correct about her literal “wolf connection” being weaker than that of her siblings, precisely because Lady is killed. 

While all the Stark children have the ability to be wargs, per GRRM:

“I don’t think this is necessarily a ‘Stark’ ability, though all the children have it to one extent or another.”

Sansa is the only Stark child who never had the chance to develop the ability, because the Stark children’s ability to warg is because of their connections to their direwolves - and Lady is dead. @bitchfromtheseventhhell​ wrote a great meta on Sansa and the other Stark children’s warging abilities here, if you’re interested.

So Sansa may not be able to warg, but that doesn’t mean she has no connection to the direwolves that are the sigil of her house.

Septa Mordane sniffed in disapproval. “A noble lady does not feed dogs at her table,” she said, breaking off another piece of comb and letting the honey drip down onto her bread.

“She’s not a dog, she’s a direwolf,” Sansa pointed out as Lady licked her fingers with a rough tongue. “Anyway, Father said we could keep them with us if we want.”

The septa was not appeased. “You’re a good girl, Sansa, but I do vow, when it comes to that creature you’re as willful as your sister Arya.” She scowled. (A Game of Thrones - Sansa I)

Right away in Sansa’s first POV chapter, we see how strongly she is connected to Lady, and in a very Stark way - it’s no coincidence that Septa Mordane describes Sansa as being “willful” when it comes to Lady, a term usually reserved to describe those “wolf-blooded” women of House Stark like Arya and Lyanna.

Sansa sat up. “Lady,” she whispered. For a moment it was as if the direwolf was there in the room, looking at her with those golden eyes, sad and knowing. She had been dreaming, she realized. Lady was with her, and they were running together, and … and … trying to remember was like trying to catch the rain with her fingers. The dream faded, and Lady was dead again. (A Game of Thrones - Sansa III)

Even after Lady’s death, Sansa still senses her presence and dreams of her. Though this is not the same kind of “wolf dreams” that Arya, Bran, and Jon have, where they are literally wearing the skins of their direwolves (because they are wargs), it’s still significant that Sansa dreams of being with Lady, even if she’s not in her skin.

Sansa pulled her cloak tighter. The air was rich with the smells of earth and leaf. Lady would have liked this place, she thought. There was something wild about a godswood; even here, in the heart of the castle at the heart of the city, you could feel the old gods watching with a thousand unseen eyes. (A Clash of Kings - Sansa II)


And what will they do to me? Sansa found herself thinking of Lady again. She could smell out falsehood, she could, but she was dead, Father had killed her, on account of Arya. She drew the knife and held it before her with both hands. (A Clash of Kings - Sansa II)

In the godswood in the Red Keep, Sansa reflects that Lady would have liked it there, and reaffirms her connection with the old gods of the Starks. Later in this chapter, Sansa thinks of Lady again, and remembering how intuitive and perceptive her direwolf was, she raises her knife to defend herself against Ser Dontos.

Sansa backed away from the window, retreating toward the safety of her bed. I’ll go to sleep, she told herself, and when I wake it will be a new day, and the sky will be blue again. The fighting will be done and someone will tell me whether I’m to live or die. “Lady,” she whimpered softly, wondering if she would meet her wolf again when she was dead. (A Clash of Kings - Sansa VII)

When Sansa is afraid during the Battle of the Blackwater, she turns to the memory of her direwolf for comfort. Lady, like Sansa’s “Starkness”, are things Sansa often turns to in times of great turmoil to give her strength and comfort, reminding her of who she really is.

That was such a sweet dream, Sansa thought drowsily. She had been back in Winterfell, running through the godswood with her Lady. Her father had been there, and her brothers, all of them warm and safe. If only dreaming could make it so … She threw back the coverlets. I must be brave. Her torments would soon be ended, one way or the other. If Lady was here, I would not be afraid. Lady was dead, though; Robb, Bran, Rickon, Arya, her father, her mother, even Septa Mordane. All of them are dead but me. She was alone in the world now. (A Storm of Swords - Sansa IV)

We see that here again, where Sansa dreams of Lady once again, this time directly connecting Lady to her family and Winterfell, and reminding herself to be brave. Sansa’s connection to her family and to Winterfell are a crucial part of her story, especially when, as she says, she is “alone in the world now.” Sansa using Lady and her “Starkness” to find her strength is very important.

“Do as you’re told, sweetling, it won’t be so bad. Wolves are supposed to be brave, aren’t they?”

Brave. Sansa took a deep breath. I am a Stark, yes, I can be brave. (A Storm of Swords - Sansa III)


She wondered where this courage had come from, to speak to him so frankly. From Winterfell, she thought. I am stronger within the walls of Winterfell. (A Storm of Swords - Sansa VII)

Sansa’s story, similar to Arya’s, is ultimately about reclaiming her identity as a Stark, and I think in Sansa’s case it will be an especially difficult journey. Sansa doesn’t have “wolf dreams” like Arya does that constantly pull her back towards her identity as a Stark. Holding onto that identity is something that Sansa has to do all on her own - and she does.

Petyr put his arm around her. “What if it is truth he wants, and justice for his murdered lady?” He smiled. “I know Lord Nestor, sweetling. Do you imagine I’d ever let him harm my daughter?”

I am not your daughter, she thought. I am Sansa Stark, Lord Eddard’s daughter and Lady Catelyn’s, the blood of Winterfell. (A Feast for Crows - Sansa I)

Lady’s death was the catalyst for Sansa’s loss of identity arc, but we are reminded by Sansa herself throughout ASOIAF that she is, and always will be, a Stark of Winterfell - just as much as her siblings are.

After Lady’s death in AGoT, Ned affirms this, even so early on in the story.

When it was over, he said, “Choose four men and have them take the body north. Bury her at Winterfell.”

“All that way?” Jory said, astonished.

“All that way,” Ned affirmed. “The Lannister woman shall never have this skin.“ (A Game of Thrones - Eddard III)

Sansa’s direwolf may have died, but her Stark connection never will. Throughout her story, no matter who Sansa is forced to marry or keep company with to survive (the Lannisters, Baelish), no one will ever truly have her. Like Lady, Sansa belongs in the North; she is her own woman - and a Stark of Winterfell.

Last night I had this strange OFF dream where everything was slightly different… the guardians weren’t the usual ones, they were softer looking, and I think the zones were remakes?

But what I remember most clearly was this other Batter who was some ambiguous-gendered successor even more unstoppable and bloodthirsty than the first one. The Batter I saw appeared identical to the original, except this one wore all white, a short skirt, and was referred to with she/it pronouns:

She took out zone 1, no one knew how to destroy her, and she was very hard to distract, so zone 2′s guardian was desperately trying to figure out how to stop her somehow– then I got woke up, and it looked like the guardian may have been on to something… but you know how things usually go with zone guardians and Batters.

um every time I think about Trimberly going to Prom all I imagine is Kimberly, for once, actually being excited to go to a school event 

  • Kimberly doesn’t care, she wears this bright yellow suit to prom, and Trini wears a pink one 
    • They have pocket squares of their own colors 
    • Trini parents are upset at first, but Trini’s dad supports it whenever Trini’s mom isn’t around 
    • Kimberly thinks Limo’s are overrated, so Trini takes that as picking her up by sitting in the back of Jason’s trunk with a sign saying, “Kimberly is my most favorite person ever” 
  • The boys all switch up each others colors, and Zack sneaks in some vodka 
  • Before Trimberly show up they take pictures in front of Kim’s house, and more than half of the pictures are either blurry because Kim’s dad can’t seem to work the phone, or the boys are photobombing it 
    • There is this really cute one of Kimberly kissing Trini’s forehead and it immediately joins one of the many pictures in Kim’s room, and it’s one of her favorites 
    • Trini gets it and puts it in her wallet and her locker 
  • Everyone is jealous of how good the Rangers look when they show up 
  • Zack gets drunk and goes on stage and grabs a microphone, “This speech is for my mom, who’s the coolest mom ever, and for my best friend who looks like a little bird that will kill you.” 
    • Everyone knows he’s talking about Trini, and when one of the lights find her, she’s in the corner making out with Kimberly 
    • Kimberly has to stop Trini from killing Zack
    • Billy doesn’t understand what exactly happened, so Jason tried to explain to him, but kept laughing 
    • When Zack finally gets kicked out they drive him to sonic to get him his favorite milkshake 
Mystery RP Starters
  • " This place has been abandoned for years. I wonder why? "
  • " Did you hear something. "
  • " SHH! There's someone in here. We're not alone. "
  • " Is it just me, or did it just get really cold suddenly? "
  • " HEYYYY, MR SPOOKY GHOSSSST, COME ON OUUUUUT! "
  • " We're either going to die or get arrested for trespassing. "
  • " Why did the train just stop? "
  • " Who turned out the lights?! "
  • " Something. Is grabbing. My leg. "
  • " Where did that scream come from?! "
  • " We're going to die, we're going to die... "
  • " You're acting kinda funny. I don't like that look you're giving me... "
  • " There was a body. Where did the body go?! "
  • " I-Is that a dead body?! "
  • " How did he/she/they die? "
  • " Why did you kill him/her/them? "
  • " So you were a witness. Tell me, what did you see? "
  • " Is that blood?! "
  • " My head feels weird... I-It's all going dark. "
  • " What do you mean, there's someone beside me? We're the only ones here. "
  • " This doesn't make sense. "
  • " I think we're being lied to. "
DC's Badass women
  • Queen Rhea (to Cat): I'm going to kill her.
  • Cat Grant: Oh dear, I'm not that easy to kill.
  • Sara Lance: Hey, that's my line!
  • Cat Grant: Well, it's mine now. Go save history, chop chop.
  • Sara Lance: How do you...?
  • Cat Grant: I'm the Queen of all Media and Supergirl's mentor. She doesn't know how to lie.

anonymous asked:

Katie is irrelevant she only has the few SJW's who like her and when they kill Lena off she'll disappear like she was before Supergirl but sure, hate Chris because you know that he's gonna have a better career than Katie that's why he has you all pressed and he doesn't even have to do anything...

Katie is irrelevant…okay. Let’s use facts and look at her career. 24 acting credits and 4 nominations. Didn’t even have big parts in Jurassic World or King Arthur yet she was still cast in big Hollywood budget studio movies. She’s got 4 nominations from recognized television and film awards and festivals. I mean that’s a career. With or without Supergirl and the CW, Katie’s been cast in projects, made connections and continuously has work outside of the CW. She’s currently got another series she stars in that has nothing to do with the CW at all. And yet she’s not gonna have a better career than a piece of generic white bread. 

Now your woke ‘bae’ with the better career….He’s been credited in 11 projects. 4 of which are CW projects. The four projects he’s actually known for to the world outside this hell site are CW shows. The CW ain’t shit and no one can argue that. A 5th project, Mercy Streeet, had his former CW co-star who he was romantically linked to as one of the leads. I mean that goes into the whole other side of Chris needing to sleep with his costars to keep his job but I’m not gonna focus on that now. So of those 11 projects, not one is a film. He’s literally never been cast in anything related to a movie studio or even an independent feature! Like literally, being on TV, it’s not hard to get even a bit part or side role in a film. And yet, he hasn’t. He had months off from filming while his costars were actually working and filming other stuff and yet Chris and His Great Marvelous Career got cast in nothing. I mean how the hell am I supposed to hate Chris for his career when he doesn’t even have one outside of CW and the chicks he’s banging?

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