For those who missed the FFXV VA live stream, this includes most of the clips in one video. Ty to
JadeYuLing for compiling everything! Also, here is a Google spreadsheet with links to more clips, VA and fan tweets etc. Please go check it out for more fun live stream things :)
Oh gosh. Do you think you could draw more Inuyasha! Bakudeku? That first one was so freaking cute... It's really inspiring me to write a fic...... *also sorry if this ask came twice! My computer is funky.. TvT)
Well is it ain’t everyone’s fourth favourite bird.
I’m not sure how, but I really came to love Revali’s character and I really enjoyed divine beast Medoh. I mean yes hes’s a narcissist, and a prick to Link, but you know what? He gets better.
When you complete the terminals in the divine beasts most of the Champions will cheer you on or provide some sort of encouragement. But good ol’ Revali goes “There are four terminals remaining, do you think you could do that?” as in ‘Do you think it would be possible for you to do that without dying?’ or something along those scathing lines. And I reply “B**** please, watch me!”
Out of all the divine beasts I have never been so determined to finish one. Va Medoh was actually the fastest Divine Beast for me. And what I loved about it was that each time you completed a terminal Revali’s attitude towards Link changes. You get to show him why the sword chose you and that you are a worthy warrior.
And at the end of the day, Revali is still full of himself. But he is able to see Link as a worthy ally and even admits that Link’s skill surprised him. I think it’s a note of character development that goes unchecked or overlooked by fans.
And also, bird puns.
But that’s my opinion anyway. Feel free to hate him if you want. I don’t care.
frog whats the playlist u have for music when u do ur streams?
uhhhhhhh i have quite a few that i go through! but the one that i use the most often is my trntbl which is all the music i’ve rbed onto this tumblr account! or a few private playlists i’ve made on my youtube
Una volta si faceva questa cosa, quando volevi dare la musica che ti piaceva alla persona che ti piaceva. Prendevi un supporto fisico e lo creavi. Era un processo lento. La cassetta veniva registrata e ci metteva la durata stessa dell'album per essere pronta. Poi veniva la parte bella. Personalizzarne l'aspetto. Facevo l'artistico, ingiustamente, avevo sedici anni, lei quindici. Me la restituì dopo averla ascoltata una volta. Effettivamente, col senno di poi, che cazzo di regalo. Ok, bell'album e tutto. Ma una a quell'età vuole divertirsi e tu le regali una mazzata di tristezza sui coglioni. Fece bene a non darmela. Però se penso che oggi al massimo ti scambi un link, boh, almeno scrivetelo su un foglietto con una penna bella e colorata, con qualche disegnino. Dai. Un minimo di sforzo nelle dediche.
Thursday, October 22nd, at 6pm, at the Virginia Historical Society (428 North Boulevard, Richmond VA), there will be a free event on the 1959-1964 closing of Prince Edward County Public Schools. The schools were closed so that the leadership at the time would not have to undertake desegregation.
There will be a screening of the twenty-minute trailer for the new documentary “They Closed Our Schools,” Kristen Green will be signing copies of her book “Something Must be Done About Prince Edward County,” and several former students will speak and share their stories on the student strike, the school closings, and the legacy of Prince Edward County, Virginia.
Free, open to the public, light refreshments will be served.