key and heart tattoo

All Larry’s matching tattoos:

- Hi and oops

- Boat and compass

- Butterfly and it is what it is

- Anchor and rope

- Rose and dagger

- Birds and cage

- 17 Black and deer

- Heart and arrow

- Horseshoe and nails

- Key and padlock

- I can’t change and question marks (harry cover up his i can’t change tattoo with the anchor tattoo)

They have 10/11 matching tattoos and you still think it’s just a coincidence?

Couple Tattoos

Motionless In White Preferences


Chris: matching tombstone tattoos

Ricky: he gets a key and you get a heart locket

Devin: matching knife tattoos with the date of the day that you first met each other

Balz: matching bat tattoos with each other’s names below them

Ryan: you both get infinity signs with each other’s names

Vinny: you get each other’s names tattooed on your wrists

Zexal month day 13: Yuma day

Something I’ve been dying to do for a long time, gender-bent Yuma!

In this universe, Yuma is the only person whose gender has changed. She’s a spitfire little tomboy who idolized her father and wanted to be just like him when she grew up. Kattobingu and the golden key still mean the world to her, but in this universe, Yuma had a negative reaction to her mom and dad disappearing. Rather than immediately latching on to the key and making ‘kattobingu’ her motto, she was angry and felt betrayed. She rebelled for a while, and became kind of like how Shark was at the beginning of the series—even joining a dueling gang, and maybe she and Shark had a bit of rivalry on the streets. It’s even more poetic because she and Shark know each other, in this universe she knew Rio and went to school with her. I don’t actually know when Kazuma and Mirai disappeared in canon, (something like 5 years prior to the series start?) but in this universe it happened two years prior to the series start and right around the time of Rio’s accident, so it was a triple blow to Yuma.

Akari and Haru tried to get Yuma back on the right track; they talked to her, grounded her, tried to get her into therapy, but they were dealing with their own grief and it was hard on all of them. After a while, Haru realized that Yuma needed to find her own way back, and Akari agreed. Yuma spent somewhere between 6-9 months being a delinquent before she snapped out of her funk and realized that this wasn’t what her parents would want for her. How did she snap out of that funk? She was in her attic and she happened to open a box and find the golden key, along with her dad’s adventure journal. She cried all night reading the journal, and in the morning she put on her uniform and went to school, key around her neck.

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