Unpopular opinion here. I’m probably the only Dragon Age fan in the
world who genuinely loved the Fade sequence in Origins. It was actually
probably my favorite sequence in the game. The shapeshifting, the
puzzles, the symbolism, the companion nightmares…loved it so. Damn.
Much. And I’m SEVERELY disappointed they didn’t bring back similar
sequences for DA2 and DA:I…although the “enthralled companions” in DA2
were an interesting touch and the DA:I Fade is visually my favorite, I
wish they’d bring back something similar to the Fade puzzles in
I can never seem to find anyone that wants to experience life like I do.. I long to feel this crazy thing we call life in every possible way; I want to see the vibrant colors of feelings and experience the fullness of every emotion. But no one else wants that. Everyone I know just wants to continue on in their shallow little world, experiencing as few emotions as possible. Everyone wants just simple small talk, no one wants to have real conversations about real things. All I want is to just lay on the beach with someone and pour out my soul to them, without the constant knowledge that they don’t care or that they’re judging me. But those types of people are the hardest to find.
I LOVE the Fade parts in the first DA game. They are beautiful and eerie, and the dream part was the absolute best. I didn’t even notice it took up so much time. Figuring out how to get around and use different shapes was immensely satisfying.
Do you want to know a Disney movie that really IS progressive and revolutionary?
Atlantis: The Lost Empire. It is not your typical Disney movie and that is one of the reasons why I love it.
It does not have any musical numbers or animals.
It takes place in an alternate version of 1914 where sexism does not exist.
The hero is a skinny scholar and the princess is a tattooed warrior who is over 8,000 years old.
A male and a female villain are working together….and they are not a couple.
The rest of the cast is racially diverse.
The movie was sadly a box office flop (because it was released at the time when general audiences turned away from 2D films) so even Disney ignores it and many so-called Disney “fans” have never even heard of it.
“i can’t remember which language it was,but one time when i was one google translate i put down lapis lazuli for curiosity,and one of the translations said her name was lapis LAPIS. She’s the midori gurinu (green green) of steven universe.”
“Ever since I’ve seen “Long Lost Friends Week”, I’ve wanted to attend it
so badly, especially for the Robin Hood face characters, despite being
super shy about meeting FCs. Friar Tuck is my favorite so for me, it’s
amazing to see him getting even a little bit of attention, what with the
FC, The Friar’s Nook and whatnot.”
Every time I get to the war table with a new inquisitor and see the pin for ‘Lost Souls’ I remember the soldiers saying “it’s the inquisitor, I knew she would come for us!’ (or something like that) and feel bad cause I don’t plan to ever set foot in the Fallow Mire again
I never understood how people could get lost in someone. Why they would voluntarily let themselves become consumed with this one person - until I met her. From our first kiss, it was like a lit match to a fuse. No amount of people yelling its wrong or we’ll both get hurt, no amount of caution or protective gear could ready me for how she would hurt me - how we would hurt each other. No amount of force or strength from hundreds, thousands of people would keep us away from each other. And no compass or GPS or satellite could ready me for how lost I would be in her.
I truly don’t understand the human condition; our fragile state of mind.
We tell ourselves that we’ve learned our lesson and that we’re done with that person but we turn around and run right back to them. I don’t get it.