anonymous asked:

So idk if you're still taking batkid prompts, or if you even like this, but I had a thought. Dick dies, only for a minute, then goes undercover to do the spy thing right? What if he died for a little longer than those couple minutes. And what if for some reason Spyral wants him. And so Dick is doing spy things, but is like Jason when he was first brought back to life and is mostly not there. Free muscle and a blank slate. But someone screws up and the Batkids find out. And they are Not Happy.

I loved this prompt at first sight! And I’m sorry it took so long for me to write it. Also, not completely sure this is what you expected, but I gotta say it was challenging and fun to write.

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One: He’s never really awake, so He doesn’t really sleep. Two: there’s nothing, and then there’s something, and then there’s nothing again, and that’s how life works. Three: He’s either alone or there are others. Four: if there are others, there is usually a fight, and when there is a fight, His body moves to defend itself.

Those are the only notions he’s aware of.

Everything else is white noise, shadows moving out of the corner of His eyes, and He never feels the need to care about any of it.

Tonight’s different, though. There is a tug, and He looks down to find a little boy clinging to His arm, looking up at Him. He feels a spark, something so infinitesimal He barely has the time to register it before it’s gone. But it was there. He blinks. It’s such a new thing.

The little boy is talking. He doesn’t understand what he’s saying, doesn’t even know that those are words. He just knows that it’s a different sound from, say, the chirping of birds or the beeping of machines.

There is another tug. The little boy’s face is all scrunched up now, in a grimace that sometimes means there’s going to be an attack soon. But He doesn’t tense. His instincts are saying that He’s safe, that this little boy is not a threat right now, and instincts are the only thing He can rely on.

Anything else, like time, has no meaning to Him, so He doesn’t know for how long the boy talks, but at some point the sounds of his words changes, the rhythm becomes more frantic, then it breaks. He watches the tears on the little boy’s cheeks, listens to his sobs. He doesn’t understand what’s happening, but He finds it upsetting, so He raises his free hand to touch the boy’s hair because it feels like the right thing to do to make him stop.

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Who’s the anti?

I’m going to say it right now: Reylo shippers, at least the REYLO IS CANON variety who would accept no other outcome, are anti-Finnrey and very often anti-Finn. They are saying the canon connections built up between Finn and Rey throughout an entire movie are somehow not good enough and should be discarded in favor of their ship.

What’s more, often it’s not the Finnrey story they have an issue with but Finn and John. When you listen to them they love the idea of Finnrey–the hero who is good at heart but forced to work for an evil organization breaking free at great risk, proving his integrity over and over by saving the galaxy, winning the heroine’s acceptance despite initial enmity, ending up in a cute, sweet relationship where they are totally devoted to each other and would die for each other in a heartbeat, the actors themselves being close friends who are adorable as, well, two peanuts.

Shippers like all of that, but they ignore all of it when it takes place between Finn and Rey or John and Daisy and want Kylo and Adam in there instead. More than a simple preference, they think it would be a BAD STORY if it were Finn instead of Kylo Ren.

They call us antis, but the Reylo shippers are the actual anti-Finnreys and anti-Finns. Most anti-Reylos are simply Finnrey shippers and Finn fans dealing with the bullshit these anti-Finnreys introduced to the fandom, and we’re angry because we have had it with this shit.



there’s a really important difference between “I love this villainous evil character because they make the story way more interesting but I recognise that they’re a terrible person who deserves to be dropkicked into the sun” and “I love this villainous evil character and I will defend them with my life they are a precious sinnamon roll here’s 10,000 words of meta about why their behaviour is justified here’s 8000 angsty headcanons about how they’re secretly insecure and probably abused here’s my dubious justification for why they deserve a completely unearned redemption arc even though they’ve shown zero remorse or desire to change at all yes I know they gleefully murdered a bunch of people but if you look really closely at this screenshot you’ll see their dad didn’t give them enough attention as a child so actually they’re the real victim here” 

draceempressa  asked:

can we talk that in Heroes ,Hector and Lyn come from the Blazing Blade timeline, but Eliwood and Roy come from the Binding Blade timeline? Imagine Hector and Lyn mistaking Roy for Eliwood. Imagine the 30 or so Eliwood showed up and asked Hector in return "where's your daughter" and Hector was like "I have a daughter already" ? and similar shits. XD And Chrom was like "i know that feel dude" XD


Harry Naming His Children

I just can’t stop thinking about James and Sirius and Remus in the afterlife, watching over Harry. And when he has his first child, James and Sirius are ecstatic that Harry chooses to name him after them. And Remus smiles benevolently and doesn’t say anything of course, but maybe feels just a tad left out. Sirius can tell and he pats him on the shoulder, saying, “Next time! You’ll see!” 

And then next time arrives and what does Harry choose? Albus Severus. And Remus understands, and he’s really not upset. But Sirius is. Sirius just cannot believe that Harry would choose to name his son after Snivellus, the man who had made his godson’s and his own life miserable (so what if he loved Lily), before he honored Remus. Remus, who had been a mentor and friend to Harry. Remus, who had named Harry godfather of his own child. Remus, who was one of the best men Sirius had ever known despite having a childhood that was probably much shittier than Snape’s. Remus, who deserved to be honored by Harry every bit as much as Sirius did, and certainly a thousand times more than Snape.

And for the first time in his life, Sirius is truly disappointed in his godson. And he can’t even let Harry know. And he just has to live with this awful feeling for years and years, and nothing Remus says can make it any better.

Until one day Sirius notices something. He notices how there are always four kids at the Potter house. He’d always thought it was just Harry being nice because Andromeda was getting pretty old by now, but once he starts paying attention, he notices how every time Harry talks about “his kids,” that includes Teddy Lupin. How Teddy is in all of the Potter family portraits. How James, Al, and Lily refer to Teddy as their older brother. 

And one day Sirius is watching as Teddy risks himself to save Albus from falling off his broom, and then proceeds to fuss over Al without once worrying about himself. And Harry runs over in a panic, and goes immediately to Teddy, who took most of the damage, checks that he’s basically alright, looks at him with tears in his eyes, and says “Teddy Remus Lupin, thank you. Thank you for saving Al. You are so much like your father.” And then he hugs him tightly and doesn’t let go for the longest time .

And Sirius’s anger evaporates just like that, and he looks over and sees that Remus has been watching too and now they are both silently crying as they watch Harry, their Harry, take care of two of his sons.

And it’s suddenly so obvious why Harry didn’t name his youngest son after Remus: because that was already the name of his oldest.


Finally finished!  And yeah, this is as long and polished as the video is gonna get.  I have work to get back to. @v@ There’s some lag in the lipsyncing somewhere in the middle but I’m at peace with that!
You can blame @splickedylit for thinking of this and me for carrying it out.  But honestly, no regrets.  Anyway, here’s some rapping Felix.

Song: Whoa Whoa Whoa by Watsky
Program Used: Toon Boom Studio 4.5

I f*cking love crossovers.
- The Ravenclaw dorm has an unspoken rule: do not turn off the radio
- Back in 1983, a team off Ravenclaws figured out how to make a radio work in Hogwarts, but something was off
- It only picked up one station: Night Vale Community Radio
- The students didn’t know what to make of it. Was it a fictional station? Was it a real place?
- Regardless, they left it on. They never once turned it off, to this day.
- It’s a morale strengthener and bonding exercise for the Ravenclaws
- Every evening all the Ravenclaws gather in the common room to listen to the American’s sultry voice
- Some of them study, some of them create, some of them just listen silently, but all of them listen
- Eventually, one bright student learns that Night Vale is a real place
- The head of Ravenclaw house has to send them all to bed because of the party
- Many Ravenclaws head to Night Vale after they graduate and are just so happy because Merlin’s beard, it’s real
- All of the other houses are completely baffled by the Ravenclaws
- “What the hell are they talking about?”
- Luna Lovegood, especially, takes a shine to the radio station and brings some of her friends to listen one year.
- Namely, Ginny, Hermione, Harry, and Ron
- Obviously, Hermione breaks a little bit
- “Muggle technology can’t work here!” “This is obviously just fiction!” “This can’t be a real place!”
- Ron and Harry work together to stop her and they all listen in rapt attention
- Ginny falls in love with the station, and Harry likes it
- Ron doesn’t buy it
- Hermione is convinced it’s fictional, and that there’s no such place as ‘Night Vale’
- Years later, Luna takes a trip to America after graduation
- And Hermione receives a post card with the words “Welcome to Night Vale” on it and a photo of Luna in front of the sign
- She has to sit down and absorb it
- It’s a tradition for seventh years to tell first years what they need to know about the radio
- Most importantly, not to turn off the radio
- It’s a tradition that still stands today.
- It’s a big reason of why Ravenclaws are the weirdest, wackiest, and most creative house as a whole
(I plan on doing different crossovers with Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, and Slytherin, too, this is just my Ravenclaw pride coming through)

AU where instead of going to Samwell, Jack starts a widely successful Publicly Broadcast show for children.

Jack learns that he is great with kids after coaching them for a little over two years. Moreover, kids are good with Jack. There is no pressure to be anything other than who he is.

It all starts with a local news program doing a fluff piece on Jack Zimmermann’s coaching ability. But then it turned into something completely different when Jack skated onto camera and started to introduce every single one of his kids and what was special about them. He was…really enchanting actually. He didn’t ever really talk down to them. Jack just treated them as a tiny friend. 

They ARE his tiny friends, but that’s not the point. 

The footage they got of “snack time” was really the best. Imagine a good 16 kids piled around this massive man teaching them the best way to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. 

 It should have been obvious that a local channel would contact him. It still surprises Jack. They want him to host a show? Why? Everyone always teased him about how impersonable he was during interviews. Is it because he’s Jack Zimmermann’s son? Or Alicia’s? 

Jack asks all of these questions to his mother and she just laughs. “You made a PB&J interesting to 16 kids just by being you”

Jack figures it wouldn’t hurt to give it a shot. 

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