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Your Roleplay is Just Fine

I’ve met a lot of people in my time RPing, and I’ve met a lot of people who are very insecure over their roleplay and get a lot of hate for it. So!

  • Noble roleplayers, whether your house is an entirely original idea or inspired by something else
  • Roleplayers who use titles like “Highlord” or “Archmage” ICly
  • Roleplayers whose characters are “tropes” like the suave rogue woman or the honorable handsome knight
  • Those who roleplay controversial things, like Scarlets and criminals
  • Those who enjoy dark roleplay, in whatever flavor that comes in for you
  • Those who used to be really good at roleplaying, then something happened and you feel like you can’t hold a candle to how you used to be
  • Those who prefer to roleplay background characters like a blacksmith or a cook rather than an adventurer
  • Those who are new and still learning the ropes
  • Those who roleplay LGBTQ+ characters
  • Those who roleplay non-white characters and constantly have to defend as to if it’s “lore friendly,”
  • Those who roleplay having a personal relationship with a major lore character, or having an artifact ICly
  • Those who follow lore to a t
  • Those who stretch lore 
  • Those who disregard lore all together and write their own original stories within the game
  • Roleplayers who try to be as practical as possible when it comes to combat, weapons and armor
  • Roleplayers who prefer to take the more fantastical route, entering battle bare-legged and with a weapon as big as they are
  • One-liner RPers
  • Para RPers

All of you. Your roleplay is just fine. Roleplay what makes you happy, you’ll find people who are into the same stuff that you are.

Roleplayers who are not fine and need some juice and a time out:

  • Those who make anyone feel like they’re lesser or deserving of hate because of how they roleplay

“The first draft of my vows - which I wrote the day after we got engaged - clocked in at around seventy pages. But I don’t have them with me today… Here’s what I’ll say, then. The things you have done for me - to help me, support me, surprise me, to make me happy - go above and beyond what any person deserves. You’re all I need. I love you and I like you.” 
“I love you and I like you.” 


comic (Gamma Kitty)

more with come soon.. -page 1-

Original creator for Gamma is @theinsanefruitloop-chan

Please enjoy~

Sometimes superheroes are amnesic space outlaws with hearts of gold and a propensity for mayhem.

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Fandom Friday

Okay, next Friday (July 7) is going to be an OC day on my blog. Anything goes. You can submit/send a link/tag me in any post about your OC. The post can be art, fic, gifs, general info, screencaps, ask meme answers - whatever you want, just share your OC.

Everyone is welcome, but I’m issuing an explicit invitation to black DA fans* to share their OCs because the fandom has been especially rough for them lately (always). You’re welcome here and I will share the hell out of your amazing OCs. 

For everyone who’s participating and even those who will just be watching, I encourage you to do some judicious reblogging and complimenting of the many fine OCs who will no doubt take over my blog. If you see an OC you love, give it’s creator a follow.

ETA: As always, you don’t need to be a follower or mutual of mine to be involved.

Please let me know if something is nsfw so I can tag.

*A reminder to you that you’re always welcome to tag me with your creations and OC info. Use me and my blog to shamelessly promote your joy.

Boost please?

i’m gonna write an au where samwell is a town that people have a tendency to run away to instead of a college, and it’s gonna feature:

  • eric bittle and his bakery 
  • (don’t ask him about his family just don’t)
  • (Homophobia™ will be involved there but only there)
  • shitty the bartender
  • (his one cool uncle died and left him the money that he used to open it)
  • (it’s pissing off his family more than you could imagine)
  • lardo the artist
  • (left art school to travel, fell in love with samwell, never went back)
  • (she’s famous online and actually makes a good amount of $$)
  • ransom and holster the high school teachers
  • (they arrived in samwell at the same time but not together)
  • (now they’re never seen apart)
  • dex the mechanic
  • (moved from his original small town to this small town)
  • (is very angry but can fix literally anything)
  • nursey the writer
  • (moved to samwell for Inspiration™)
  • (has written 3 popular books since then but has no intention of leaving)
  • chowder and farmer the happy couple
  • (that’s their thing)
  • (they’re possibly starting a family and they’re both just happy with it)
  • jack zimmermann nhl super star
  • (has won multiple stanley cups and is on the fast track to winning more when he disappears after he looses a shoot out)
  • (shows up in samwell days later, books a hotel room, and slowly starts learning how to enjoy life again)
  • (this is where the story starts)

cupcakestreets  asked:

BRO imagine Simon coming home crying because a bunch of baby ducks imprinted on him. He's like "IM A DAD!" He's practically cradling some a begging Nahyuta to keep them. Nahyuta is like. "PUT THOSE THINGS BACK IM NOT DEALING WITH ANYMORE OF YOUR BIRDS SIMON!"


He was walking through the park one day, letting Taka fly around after being cooped up in the office for longer than normal, when all of a sudden he hears a little peeping noise coming from the bushes.  When he goes to inspect, he spots eight baby ducklings all just standing around; from the looks of it, they are very new to the world, but unfortunately their mother is nowhere to be found.  Did she fly away?  Did something maybe happen to her?  

Simon waits for a while, hoping the mother duck will return, but even as the sun begins to set, there is no sign of her.  

No matter then…he figures he could run to a nearby shop, buy a box, and carry the eight adorable ducklings home for the night.  Tomorrow, he would find a wildlife rescue and-

Wait…what’s this? 

As Simon took a few steps, the ducklings all followed him in a line, peeping almost constantly.  When he stopped, they stopped.  When he walked, so did they.  And when he bent down to inspect them, they huddled together and looked up at him.  Sixteen adorable eyes staring at him…

Well…he was already in love.  

He managed to safely get the whole crew home (though Taka didn’t seem too happy with the additional company); Nahyuta was visiting for a while and so was staying at his apartment, but luckily Simon managed to not disturb his royal boyfriend - who must have been sleeping…jet lag was a terrible thing, really - even as he led a small pack of noisy ducklings into his home.

Only…when Nahyuta finally did wake up around an hour later, he thought he heard strange peeping sounds…maybe it was just his imagination…

Opening the bathroom door made him realize it wasn’t

Simon was sitting in the tub with shorts on, and - Nahyuta counted - eight ducks were swimming happily around him. 

“…Panda.  What.  Are.  Those.” 

Simon held one up in his palms, smiling like a proud parent.  “I found them in the park.” 

“Put them back, they don’t belong to you.” 

“They imprinted on me, Sad Monk.  I’m not just going to abandon them.  Technically, I’m their father now-”

“No you’re not,” Nahyuta sighed, clearly exasperated.  Those peeps were giving him a headache.  “You already have one out of control bird who hates me, Simon.  I’m not dealing with eight more.” 

“Taka is not out of control,” Simon retorted, clearly not pleased with the insult.  “You’re just antagonistic towards him.” 

“I’m going to choose to ignore you said that,” Nahyuta said, breathing deeply.  “Regardless, I’m not going to suffer through you ‘parenting’ eight ducklings.” 

“…Fine.  If they bother you so much,” Simon stood up and stepped out of the tub, taking a few steps towards Nahyuta and not caring that he was soaking the tiled floor.  He still had one of the ducklings in his palms, and he held the tiny bird out in front of Nahyuta’s face.  “I’ll put them back in the park, where they can cry as they try to search for me and probably get eaten or run over as a result.” 

As if on cue, the tiny duckling moved its wings and peeped, staring at Nahyuta. 

“…I never had a say in this, did I?” 

“Nope.  But it’s cute that you think you did, Sad Monk.” 

Damn that Panda.  Even now, it was hard for Nahyuta to stay annoyed.  Not when Simon was practically cooing at the small animal in his hands. 

a-girl-with-a-pencil  asked:

All I can think when you draw yuu is werewolf au

It starts out with 12-year old Mika finding a lost/abandoned werewolf puppy and takes him in

Yuu isn’t really used to being around people, and honestly, Mika is probably the first one he’s ever been so close to– so naturally, he is very wary and cautious since Mika’s a suspicious stranger!!

Yuu’s born a trouble maker 

Eventually, he warms up to Mika :-) (he never realized how great head/ear scratches and pampering was until it happened)

Now everyday, when Mika comes home from school, Yuu just sits by the door and waits

just a thought: Jake and MC cosplaying/dressing up as Charlie and Maverick from Top gun

@datsheepbeep heard your birthday was today

So we can all agree that Howard hates Kim so much because she played DM one time for HHM’s annual D&D campaign, and she killed his beefy elf paladin by drowning him in mud, thanks to the heavy, fancy armor Howard worked so hard to get, right?

anonymous asked:

Do you ever have scenes where you can see two (or more) completely different, but valid, paths for the way things should go? How do you decide which way you like best? If you've written a good chunk of a scene one way and then decide it should be different, do you completely delete what you've written, or do you ever save it elsewhere?

I actually have scenes where I can see like around 10 different ways things should go.

I think I’d be lucky if it was like, only two? Heh. :D (And sometimes, the magical scene, where I only want to write one way and my brain doesn’t bother throwing up any options).

The Golden Age that Never Was has been excellent for throwing up a thousand different scenarios per scene, because Jack and Pitch - particularly in like the first 30 chapters liked to escalate their fights, or went from zero to sniping at each other really fast. A lot of the time this meant like, 8 options where they’d say something or do something irreversibly damaging or just really damaging to their growing connection to each other (and some of those I did let through), and two where they weren’t likely to do that, and I usually didn’t know until I’d written at least five options out and deleted four of them.

And yeah, if I’ve written a good chunk of a scene… if it’s fanfiction, I tend to delete it. If It’s original fiction like Fae Tales, I might keep it. Game Theory and The Court of Five Thrones each had huge sections that were removed, along with just smaller snippets of dialogue. Over the years I’ve shared those usually after the story is published as like, alts/alternatives.

Sometimes what happens is like against what I’ve predicted in the chapter plan as well, which usually means I’ve tried something different and liked it better, or what I picked no longer works.

That being said, I make it sound like more tedious than it is. A lot of the time I can see different options before I sit down and start writing, and then as I write, the one that works best naturally rises to the surface (idk, like panning for gold). The process of writing the sentences down just leads me to mentally discard what I feel might be too extreme, not interesting enough, *too* interesting (rest chapters need to stay rest chapters lol), and so on. So it’s a very instinctive process for the most part.

But if you see me starting to complain about writing a particular chapter in a story, it’s because I’m writing things out and don’t realise another option is clearly better until like 500-1000 words into the option that won’t work, lol.

As for rules I follow, how I decide beyond just the uselessness of ‘instinct.’ I think my instincts work on these rules:

* What would I most want to read if this were fanfiction / another author? (This will remove most options immediately).

* What is most helpful to the story right now? (This is hard to determine, but is usually a combination of knowing which reveals are okay to hold back, which you can reveal early, what will take your characters off track - it’s good to know where they’re meant to be headed because that does a better job of illuminating the track in the first place, what you can reasonably resolve if it’s a new plot point, relevance to story (and if not relevant, then is it something you’d enjoy as a fanfiction reader - like fluff or hurt/comfort), characterisation and speed of character growth and so on).

And that’s it. Those two things will usually get me to where I need to get to. It’s rare that I feel I should have written a scene differently. Like don’t get me wrong, I’m not a great writer, I’m an okay writer. And I still have a lot to learn. I will always have a fuckton to learn. But if I agonised over choices all the time I’d never put up content, and I have a rule to not really regret old words (or to try not to), because every word pushes me towards becoming a better writer in the future. So wondering ‘what if I did the scene this way though?’ outside of just idly curiosity is not useful to me, once the chapter is put up.

You know what is needed? fanfictions/art/head-canons of  Chris, Christie and Christian, maybe even some Crish Christiansen of them just being the sweet kids they are. 

[I just might be attempting to make a fic of them just bein’ sweet and nice 👀]