my favorite characters of all time

【Non-No Magazine January 2018】 100 answers from BTS - V’s part

Q15: Your favorite number? 
A: 85. Our song ‘DNA’ released in September 2017, the first time it made into Billboard Hot 100 was no. 85. After that day, it became my favorite number. 

Q16: Favorite drink?
A: Carbonated drink with lemon flavor, I must drink it when I’m having a meal or on a break. I don’t like drinking coffee or alcohol. 

Q17: Favorite movie genre?
A: I like everything except horror. Recently, I’m into the movie ‘Midnight Runners’. 

Q18: Recently, what are you most into?
A: Actually, I’m planning to give my parents a car as a surprise. I get excited just thinking about it. 

Q19: Which BTS song can you relate to the most? 
A: Love yourself '承’ Her’s hidden song 'Sea’. The lyrics is similar to how we’ve reached here. My heart clenches when I listen to it.

Q20: Recently, what photos did you take? 
A: Photos of natural scenery. I like to fill my emotions in my photos. The photos I’ve took so far are stored safely, I hope I could somehow show it to everyone one day. 

Q21: If you became a photographer, what kind of work do you want to create? 
A: It has to be scenery. I would take a photo of the same scenery in color and monochrome, and make a photo album presenting the 2 versions. I personally really like black and white photos. But I think photos with colors has the power to touch people’s heart, it’s also charismatic. I can probably double the fun.  

Q22: How would you take care of your beauty?
A: I would apply toner 10 minutes before I sleep, after I’ve done my face mask. For my hands, I just apply hand cream. 

Q23: When you feel down, what would you do to change your mood?
A: In the past, I heard my father say: “it’s not a big deal, right?” I can change my mood when I think of that!  

Q24: Who do you want to see right now? 
A: The female protagonist's aunt in the drama ‘The Full-Time Wife Escapist’. Yuriko Ishida’s acting is amazing, it’s a very charismatic character. 

Q25: Which birthday was the most memorable for you?
A: The birthday party I had before I started primary school. My family and relatives all came to celebrate my birthday. The photo that we took together on the day is still my treasure. 

Q26: Favorite day of the year?
A: My father (who brought me up)’s birthday. Because of my job, I can’t really leave and I can’t celebrate his birthday with him. One day, I’ll get my father to come to Seoul and I’ll hold a birthday party for him!

Q27: Secret for studying Japanese?
A: In the past, I just wrote down vocabulary and the phrases that are often used. Now when I watch a Japanese drama or movie, if there’s a new word then I’d pause and look up the meaning of it. The movie that I watched recently is ‘Drowning Love’ (2016).

Q28: What did the members say recently that made you happy?
A: “You’re so handsome.” I get shy but of course I’m very happy to hear it (laughs).


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“But two bags of meth… plus nine grand and a hot tub? That’s all we’ve got. That’s it. And now she’s six feet under again. And if you come near my family, Eric, as God as my witness, I will bury you with her.

#FantasyNovember: Top 5 Favourite Fantasy Characters

@howlsmovinglibrary tagged me!

This is hard so it’ll be some of my favorites and not necessarily my all-time faves! (Also, in no particular order)

1.  Agnieszka from Uprooted by Naomi Novik

I just love how resourceful she is, and the fact that her magic is instinctive despite the dragon’s best efforts I also enjoy the emphasis she puts on friendships in her life, well over romance guess who wants to reread it now?

2. Elodin from The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss

I know, he’s a turd I think he’s such a fascinating character? Youngest person to be admitted in the University, youngest Arcanist, probably youngest Chancellor? Namer??? I’m planning to write a character study on him next time I reread the series.  

3. Sabetha from the Gentleman Bastard Sequence by Scott Lynch

She’s my queen. Like, seriously? Goals. I wanna be a badass con artist when I grow up. She’s strong and smart and I love her

4. Yennefer from the Witcher Saga by Andrzej Sapkowski

I’ll be honest, I fell in love with her in the games first, and only then did I start the books (I’m almost done, I’m halfway through Lady of the Lake). She’s just independent and looks cold but actually really cares. I love the way she calls Geralt out on his bullshit, and come on, she has a stuffed unicorn, how could I not love her?

5. Althea from The Liveship Traders Trilogy by Robin Hobb

I relate to her a lot? She fights for what she wants, and she goes through so much, I want to hug her. She’s almost a pirate, and has a talking ship. What more to say?

I do realize most of these are incoherent love declarations lol

I’m tagging @bookcub @heretherebebooks @mlledevoltaire @frei-rancken @nerdishfeels @quillbit-reads @seaofolives @lilymaidofgallifrey @forest-of-books @bibliophilicwitch @shadowtearling @bindings-and-beginnings 

anonymous asked:

I'm so happy he posted that clarke pic, can't wait to see s5! I "feel sorry" for people who keep mentioning a writer of a show they hate and don't watch anymore, instead of idk spend their time with other stuff like normal people do. It's been 2 years! I watch t100 cause I love it, if I didn't I'd stop. The only thing that bothers me is that they keep claiming this is about the community when we all know this is about 1 character but whatever we will enjoy s5, they can keep 'killing' each other.

I hear ya, Nonny. I’m so over the antis.

YAY FOR SEASON 5! We’re getting so close, it’s going to be great, I’m so excited to have my favorite show back!!!!

Look at this badass, ready to fuck us all up. 

mary34blog  asked:

so I heard what happened with the author of rurouni kenshin and since I know it's one of your fav mangas just wanted to drop an ask and give my sympaties *hugs*

Thank you Mary, I really need them.

Originally posted by andthensuddenlycats

I’m just devastated. Rurouni Kenshin is my favorite manga of all time, and it was one of my beloved series of my teenage years. I got into Japanese History thanks to Rurouni Kenshin, heck, I learned about the Shinsengumi for the first time thanks to Rurouni Kenshin. It was also the first time I read a story so focused in redemption and forgiveness, to the point it left me many precious lessons about looking foward and learning to forgive one self. Kenshin Himura became my favorite manga character for that very reason, and Kenshin x Kaoru is one of my beloved manga OTPs of all time. The whole story was awesome, with it’s characters, historical accuracy, it’s moments….

….and now, Watsuki is charged by doing such a gross thing.

I’ll still separate the work from the author. While it doesn’t make it any less wrong, is a bit of a comfort to learn that he wasn’t into CP while he was drawing Kenshin, back in the 90s. I want to think that all the themes and lessons he put in his manga were honest, and that the Watsuki who wrote Rurouni Kenshin isn’t the same Watsuki of today. And that Kenshin and the rest of the characters don’t belong only to him: they also belong in all the series’ fans hearts. I will not buy anymore RK merch or anything that gives Watsuki profit, and I hope he goes to jail and pays for what he did, but the series will always have a place on my heart and I’ll forever support the fans, even if I’m not active anymore in the fandom.

So yeah, Watsuki may rot, but Kenshin will always live in my heart.

anonymous asked:

my boy tamama for the character thing. and or keroro

Yeah buddy! Time for a double feature, I can practically write an essay about these two, though really, I can write an essay about all five of the main Keronians. It is Not That Deep, but it certainly could be. So, thank you! They are surprisingly interesting characters to talk about in length if you read between the lines, so time to blab about the sugar guzzling tadpole and the sergeant himself~! 

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Justice League Movie Review

Everything before the cut is spoiler-free.  If you click “Read More” though, that’s where the spoilers will be.

As a point of reference, I hated BvS, loved Jenkins’ Wonder Woman, I’m still undecided about Man of Steel, and I found Suicide Squad pretty forgettable.  In general I prefer DC characters and comics over Marvel, but have enjoyed the Marvel movies on average more than the DC ones.  The Flash is my favorite comic book character of all time (generally preferring Wally West over Barry, but that’s okay because the DCEU seems to be going more for Wally’s personality for the character).  For some of you, that’s probably enough for you to ignore the rest of this, but I never expect anyone to agree with my opinion on movies.  I’d rather just give you information about it and enough of my thoughts to let you know if it’s worth $10 and 2 hours of your life to go see.  That’s a decision for you to make; I won’t try to make it for you.

The Good: The short version is, I liked the movie.  I enjoyed the 2 hours I spent at the theater, and I felt like the characters I was watching on the screen were pretty accurate representations of their comic book counterparts.  Cyborg is a little more conflicted / bitter about his state than I’m used to him being, but he doesn’t go overboard with it.  It was just a side that I’m not used to seeing of him.  Aquaman is also a little more frat boy and a little less stiff formal royalty than some other adaptations, but the basic demeanor and relationship with land-dwellers was pretty good.  All-in-all, the interplay between characters is solid, good group dynamics, and solid character building for each of the main characters, especially for an ensemble cast where it’s hard to give any single character their own screentime.

The Bad: Some of the pacing felt off, so that by the end you’re watching the ultimate 20-minute long fight scene without much emotional depth.  But honestly, I’ve yet to see an ensemble comic book movie that doesn’t fall into this trap.  Justice League is no more guilty of it than anyone else.

The Ugly: You can tell they had to photoshop Cavil’s moustache out of several bits.  Without getting into spoilers or the DCEU drama, some scenes were reshot while Henry Cavill was working on another movie, which contractually obligated him to keep his mustache.  As a result, they tried to digitally alter his face to take off the mustache in the reshoots.  It shows, and makes Cavill’s face look weird and “plasticy” in some shots.  Additionally, Ray Fisher’s face in most of the Cyborg shots looks similarly plastic.  Maybe that was more by intent, but it’s unfortunate that CGI seems to be the go-to method for applying these kinds of effects  I feel like the film suffered for it.

But on the whole I enjoyed the movie and I’m excited to see where the DCEU goes from here.

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leviathanmirror  asked:

5. Has fandom ever ruined a pairing for you? & 9. Most disliked character(s)? Why?

5. Has fandom ever ruined a pairing for you?

I wouldn’t say ruined but definitely has negatively impacted my opinion on a few.

  • Alistair/Warden is still one of my favorites of all time, but some of the attitudes with fans of the ship (especially w/regards to Anora) really bothered me, to the point where I eradicated my first canon Warden, and her replacement has him marry Anora instead.
  • I was never a *huge* fan of Garrus/Shepard, but the aggressiveness and hostility from some Shakarian fans really turned me off (though the fandom and even Bioware-accepted idea that Garrus is definitely your Shepard’s best friend and like family also contributed).
  • I like Lana’s romance in general, both on its own and because it was great to finally get a F/F romance officially, but some of the characterization bugs me (that’s my own fault to some extent) and I wish the popularity of the ship could have, you know, rubbed off a bit on other female characters who weren’t fortunate to have Charles Boyd/Bioware bless them with being an official F/F ship, especially when several of the female companions have really great romances and character arcs that could easily be rewritten for femslash.
  • I still really like it but Pharmercy (the Pharah/Mercy ship from Overwatch) has some really bad fans in a variety of ways. Some will aggressively attack Gency (Genji/Mercy) fans which is annoying because that ship is also great (and a male Asian/white woman pairing isn’t that common), or they’ll introduce weird or unsettling concepts to the relationship

9. Most disliked character(s)? Why?

Oh man, how salty do I want to be/how many followers do I want to lose.

I’m going to mostly avoid specific examples.

I hate pointless characters that exist to be token gritty or dark side or whatever teammates. Someone like Tanno Vik is barely okay with me because he at least has some interesting story and I can see him being a better character if his writer (Boyd I think) had gone in a slightly different direction. Someone like Broonmark or Skadge can go die in a fire, though.

I dislike characters who just go along with whatever the player character does regardless of the choices they make or what they say/stand for. This one’s more on the writers than anything else, but it’s a big reason I was hugely disappointed in the KOTFE/KOTET versions of Lana and Theron we got - Theron had a variety of issues with his writing but Lana would repeatedly suggest DS (sometimes very DS!) things and then not care at all even if you ignored her every time (plus sometimes my LS characters couldn’t like point out that her suggestion of using the Republic and Empire as cannon fodder was completely unacceptable).

This is more on the fandom side than the characterization side, but I hate the way popular characters will always get more of the benefit of the doubt, kinder/softer headcanons/fanon stuff, more excuses made for their misdeeds, more support for redemption arcs (or even flat out ignoring their bad side) compared with less popular characters who often times get little to no slack at all. The way “popular” often times means “white and male” (and also “someone the fans can or want to romance” in a Bioware context) is also something that bugs me a lot.

Or like that one random First Order guy (unsurprisingly a white guy) who is in hundreds of fan fics but wasn’t even named in the movie - Dopheld Mitaka. But hey, if we’re romanticizing some First Order white dudes, why not all of them or whatever.

anonymous asked:

Hey dear, so the news have shaken us all up and its disgusting and im just so mad about what he has done. it kind of tainted rk for me but at the same time the characters are so dear to me and i dont want to let go of it, of kenshin kaoru and all the others, they are separate from the author to me.what do you feel and think about it? Im just really sad and mad at the same time

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Favorite Female Characters

tagged by @brambleberrycottage and @e-louise-bates – thanks!

The rules are to list 10 of your favorite female characters from 10 different fandoms, and then tag 10 different people.

Let’s see… Ten fandoms, ten favorite female characters…

1) Honey Wheeler from the Trixie Belden series: one of my first favorite characters Honey is sweet and gentle and tags along after her friend into all sorts of wild situations she’d never get into on her own-and then finds the courage to save the day if necessary

2)  Grandma Beebe from Misty of Chincoteague: not only did she live on a horse ranch, which my younger self thought would be an ideal place to live, she quoted obscure Bible verses!

3)  Meg Murray from A Wrinkle in Time: stubborn and smart

4) Lucy Pevensie from the Chronicles of Narnia: She’s a great example of faith, but to be honest if I were to BE a character, her adventures sound like more fun than Jill’s, which sound like they’d be work

5)  Nan Harding from Little Men: decisive and spunky

6)  Princess Leia from Star Wars: sass and capability

7) Vasalissa the Wise from Russian fairy tales: she was smart and often ended up collecting all the cool fairy tale items, but always got a happily ever after

8)  Hyacinth from 100 Cupboards: patient, dignified, loving; she’s got like the perfect mix of bland and understated strength

9) Achren from the Prydain Chronicles: don’t get me wrong, Eilonwy is spunky and wise, but Achren is a dignified villainess (with a flair for the dramatic) capable of behaving honorably (or is it just revenge??) and I’ve yet to meet her equal

10) Ulrica Rakefang from Galleries of Stone: loving and terrifying in equal measure

tagging, if they think it looks interesting, @connanro-chan, @castingmysilver, @emilynstoryweb, @elaienar, @lifethe-universe-andeverything, @idratherdreamofjune, @morfinwen@thetreasurechest, @windwardrose, and @valiantarcher

oneilmfruitpunch  asked:

2, 13, 22 ! ( for Original Character Asks)

((Tagging @hehlohkideh as she also asked for number two.))

2: What is your character’s favorite memory?

Rothgar Gunnarsvard: “I think my favorite memory is meeting my son for the first time after twenty years. I can’t tell you how overjoyed I was to see him alive and well. We spent most of that night getting to know each other.”

Lavada Gunnarsvard: “Believe my favorite memory so far is running a couple of cakes to Nonora with Batshakaan in nothin’ but subligars. We even travelled all the way to the Bed’s wearin’ nothing but! The poor lass was overwhelmed by it all.”

Tethra Gundyr: “It’s bitter sweet for it didn’t last. Once upon a time I was rather sweet on a girl. Her poor mind was shattered, fragmented, perhaps to the point of being unrepairable. When we weren’t fighting she was bubbly and bright and had a penchant for pelting me with stuffed animals. I awoke on more than one occasion burried in a proverbial mountain of them.”

13: What would your character die for?

Rothgar Gunnarsvard: “My friends and my family. They are what is most precious to me.”

Lavada Gunnarsvard: “I’m not really sure… I guess I’d give my life to save Batshakaan. He’s like my best friend.”

Tethra Gundyr: “I’ve yet to find that thing most dear to me that I’d give my all to protect. Or mayhaps I have and I’m unaware of it yet.”

22: What is the worst thing your character has ever done?

Rothgar Gunnarsvard: “I’ve put torture to practice. Ain’t proud of it by any means but, this was back before the Calamity. Garleans I could personally detain found themselves in for a rough night and likely wouldn’t see the next morning.”

Lavada Gunnarsvard: “Theft is probably the worst thing I’ve done. Hells, I’ve even stole from folks just as poor as I was before I found my old man. It’s a rough world out there and it was either me or them at the time. Would that I could make it up to those folks.”

Tethra Gundyr: “In a fit of rage I beat a man to a bloody pulp with an axe until I could no longer hold it. Then I used my fist until I found myself too exhausted to carry on.”

((Tagging @daylightandnightsky and @defender-of-love-nonora for mentions!))


Thinking you can’t do it yourself is one thing, but having someone else tell you that you can’t is irritating. —09.27; Happy Birthday Tsukishima Kei

anonymous asked:

i think one of the reasons why female shepard going through all of ME affects me more than male shepard is bc while men are expected to carry the weight of the world Stoically, women are expected to handle Everything- to handhold and take the blame onto ourselves and, when put in positions of power, act just as stoically. jane's story KILLS me because it's a completely plausible story- she suffers and she suffers and is told she's crazy and when everything's gone to hell she still has to fix it

i’m attached to femshep primarily BECAUSE i feel like her story is just a tad bit more powerful when you portray shepard as a woman. 

like i’ve seen men talk about mass effect and how disrespected the council made them feel. the council brushed shepard off, called them crazy, and then came crawling back when shit went awry. “why didn’t they just believe them in the first place?” they say, “the evidence was there, and they blew shepard off.” 

meanwhile EVERY single woman i’ve talked to about mass effect related to shepard. she was slandered, spit on, and told she was delusional. almost every woman has been called crazy for seeing a problem that ‘wasn’t there’, whether it was a family issue, a societal issue, or even a business issue. and then, in the end, shepard had to clean up the mess anyway. 

and while maleshep’s story rings a little bit cliche– man saves the galaxy through sheer force of will– it feels…. stronger, more original, more powerful as femshep. this woman was backhanded and gaslit so many times, and she still rose up and did the impossible anyway. 

bioware has a fuckton of problems, and i know there were issues with how they treated femsheps character, but overall? 

the mass effect trilogy, when headed by femshep, is honestly one of the most feminist stories i’ve ever seen. 


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