My favourite thing about that episode was actually the fact characters acknowlegded and actually discussed the fact that as soon as Carol finds out about Glenn & Abe she would start a war. That she would march on up to Negans compound and fuck. That. Up.
None of this passive “She can take care of her self” just flat out, Yeah she would march into battle and kill a bitch.
I could definitely go on about the betrayal by Joelle of Callen. (Oh, look, I did! Oops.) I knew it was coming, but then they had to throw in that:
He was so sorry she got caught up in this, probably seeing some of his fears about having loved ones in this job – things he’s seen happen with Sam – be realized. He was SORRY! (Screw you, Joelle.)
He remembered she liked Nutella. (Screw. You. Joelle.)
Mr. No Possessions felt sentimental about the table she gave him. (Screw you, Joelle.)
He was so worried about her coming in and seeing her on the floor. (SCREW. YOU. JOELLE.) (On this note, let’s remember that H – the person G was closest to for the longest time who has probably also thrown of his trust senses, despite what she feels are good intentions, knew Jo was CIA before now. She also LET HIM GET TO JOELLE ON THE FLOOR AND STILL WAITED TO REVEAL HER IDENTITY. She literally waited until the last possible second. Come on, show. You want us to stay mad at Hetty, don’t you?)
Well I just finished FE7. That took me like a week or so. Really love the feel of the older entries into the series, but the new ones have some great QoL changes too.
Normal mode was fairly trivial as far as difficulty goes and I only had trouble on Ursula’s map because bolting from fog of war, and on the last map because I charged into the rooms at first and then realized that was a horrible idea. Also didn’t really like the last fight.
I’m not sure if I just did it wrong, but basically no one on my party except people with the legendary weapons could actually hurt the boss. Creating a challenging yet rewarding final battle in a tactics game is very difficult, and I don’t think FE7 did the best job on it. Overall though, quite a fun game. I’ll eventually play through the hard modes, but I think I’ll play the sequel first. I’m on a Fire Emblem kick now and I can’t wait for the new one to come out in like a month!
It usually bothers me when different parts of a fandom portrays a character very differently, but that’s not the case at all with Peridot! I really love how she is so different in different art styles and writing and such, and how in human AUs she’s the one that differs the most i think and i actually love it! I think it’s because almost everyone can find at least something they have in common with her, and they emphasize that part in their fanwork.
Papa kusanagi and mama seri with twins children saruhiko and Yata. They spend entire day playing at amusement park <3<3. Thank you ridia-san, I love you! (Maybe there is red bean lunch box for everyone)
Aw, this is cute and fluffy :D They would be such good parents to
their tiny children, they’re both caring but firm. Yata is the small
hyperactive child who always wants to run around getting into things
but who is also very sweet and loves his parents and brings them
flower crowns. Fushimi is the sullen quiet kid who appears well
behaved at first blush but it actually a bit of a brat and Awashima’s
constantly scolding him for slouching and muttering rude words under
his breath and refusing to eat vegetables. When they decide to go to
the amusement park for the day Yata is really excited and runs around
in circles cheering, Fushimi just stares and quietly says that it’s
too hot outside. Then Yata throws an arm around his neck and is like
‘Me an’ Saruhiko are going to the amusement park!’ with his eyes
shining and he’s just so enthused that tiny Fushimi has to smile a
little and nod like okay, Misaki wants to go to the amusement park we
go to the amusement park.
So the happy little family gets there, with Yata riding on the
shoulders of a very amused Kusanagi while Fushimi just quietly holds
Awashima’s hand as she makes sure that he packed all the things he
needs for a day out, make sure you have sunscreen and water and
snacks because she knows Fushimi gets sulky if he doesn’t have his
water and snacks. Yata wants to go on all the really crazy rides of
course, except he’s below the height limit for most of the
rollercoasters and Fushimi teases him for it until Kusanagi sighs and
tells him to cut it out. Yata also wants to eat sugar until he’s too
hyper to move, Awashima is against that and has the children sit down
for some nice anko bentos that she made before leaving the house
(Yata eats it with a slightly sullen expression, Fushimi just sits
there with dead fish eyes as he chews on his because by now they’ve
probably gotten used to anko everything. Kusanagi tries to briefly
sneak away for a cigarette and a beer and Awashima just glares at him
until he comes back because you’re not leaving me alone with the
children are you dear. Maybe Fushimi ends up getting lost at some
point because he fell while walking and suddenly he can’t see anyone.
He assumes he’s been abandoned and goes to hide underneath something,
which is where Kusanagi finds him a few minutes later. Kusanagi
ruffles his hair and is like of course we wouldn’t abandon you kid,
what makes you think that and he fusses over Fushimi a bit before
bringing him back to where Awashima and Yata are waiting. Yata runs
to him first and gives him the biggest hug because he was worried
he’d never see Saruhiko again. Fushimi assumes that Awashima’s going
to scold him or maybe even spank him or something except almost as
soon as Yata lets him go Awashima’s sweeping him up into her arms and
hugging him so tight he can barely breathe, being all worried for her
poor lost child and his well being.