need her backstory

haggar is literally so interesting like her magic is so powerful and yet she still stays loyal to zarkon and lotor when she could idk??? fucking control the empire herself????? also with the bomb drop that shes altean it makes her past and connection to altea and her origin story so fucking interesting….. why do we even have prince snortor when the real powerhouse is literally right next to him……… when lotor drops dead quick i can’t wait for haggar to be the main villain……….. shes to powerful to not be it at one point……….

Villain Generator

Are you a DM in need of an antagonist? Or perhaps your PC needs a rival for her backstory? Roll on the table to meet this mysterious troublemaker…

The locals chose a nickname that suits this ne'er-do-well: (Roll 1d8)

  1. Two-Face
  2. Desecrator
  3. Wild-Eyes
  4. The Weaver
  5. Golden-Tongue
  6. Woods Stalker
  7. The Iron Cable
  8. Quicksilver

What drives this antagonist? (Roll 1d6)

  1. Fear and hatred
  2. Revenge for a misunderstanding
  3. An appetite for gold
  4. A once-noble goal that has lost its purpose
  5. A sorrow that never healed
  6. A total lack of empathy or morality

Who follows this wretched person? (Roll 1d8)

  1. Nobody but her shadow
  2. A hoard of grubby wretches
  3. Two silent guardians
  4. A babbling fool
  5. Creatures of her own creation
  6. His mother
  7. A hound? Or is it a bear? It’s a mean, shaggy beast whatever it is
  8. A swarm of flies and the reek of death

Where do they live? (Roll 1d6)

  1. In the blood-stained offices of the late mayor
  2. A palisade camp out in the woods
  3. A dark castle lit by fire and lightning
  4. At the center of a labyrinth carved into the earth
  5. Wherever his whims take him
  6. On a rocky island hunched in the center of the lake

To whom are they beholden? (Roll 1d6)

  1. A bitter old dragon past its prime
  2. A coven of hags who are owed a river of blood
  3. Their twin, who mortgaged their life on their sibling’s success
  4. The sailor’s usurer who waits in the sea
  5. A goblin warlord
  6. A haunting ghost who heaps guilt upon their shoulders

oh no

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soo.. I’m entering Fibi into a contest for @piligy ‘s comic, eerie!! 

this is Fibi, she is a 26 yr old female pansexual with black eyes. (don’t worry she’s still 100% human) 

- a sass and prank master

- loves scaring people with her eyes (especially during october)

-now only outgoing if she’s alone or with friends/family

-loves kids and the night/dark

-hates it when people mention her eyes on a regular basis or stares

-wears sunglasses all the time

- can defend herself very well, but isn’t the best at attacking (still tries)

-constantly wishes she had money to get eye transplants

- (mostly) optimistic and determined

-used to be a professional dancer

-loves to travel and sew

quick backstory to why her eyes are like that under the cut

Keep reading

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Anyone else misses seeing this girl’s face? I sure do! ;o; I miss playing with my bb

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the art block is plaguing me again, so have some sketches of Kyrene’s family I had sitting around. 
Top image is Kyrene’s parents Ithelan and Irina, a few months before she was born.
Bottom image is her older [half] brother Tovin and younger sister Nehnara around the time she left for the conclave. 

Reasons why Hannibal/Bedelia makes perfect sense:

  • he feels protective of her.
  • of all the psychiatrists he could have chosen, it was her. There’s something about her that intrigues him.
  • she has the capacity to do Very Bad Things, which is something Hannibal knew before she did.
  • he refused to accept her resignation and she chose to accept his refusal.
  • he covered up her murder as she covered up his involvement.
  • she’s the only person besides Will Graham who knows and understands him.
  • he opens up to her about his innermost thoughts and feelings to a degree he hasn’t even done with Will.
  • she’s suspected that he’s dangerous for a while but continued his therapy regardless because her professional curiosity in him was too great to resist.
  • she’s one of very few people who saw him for what he is and survived it (in part through her own intelligence, in part because he cares about her to a degree).
  • she made the conscious choice not to kill him and instead chose to join him because again, her curiosity in him is too great to resist.
  • he allowed her to go with him instead of killing her right there, when he had already left everyone else to die (Hannibal is a social creature who enjoys company and Bedelia is a familiar force in his life he feels trusting of).
  • she’s drawn to the criminal mind, Hannibal’s in particular.
  • she’s no innocent bystander; she’s complicit in his crimes and while terrified also fascinated and participating in them to a degree she hasn’t anticipated but is undeniable.
  • they have very similar tastes; Bedelia’s house closely resembles Hannibal’s and they listen to the same kind of music. It wouldn’t be a stretch to assume Bedelia enjoys the environment and life they have in Italy as much as he does (apart from the crimes).
  • she’s an unconventional psychiatrist, like him, which doubtlessly drew him to her and makes her therapy with him about as unhealthy as his with Will’s.
  • she’s intelligent and capable enough to see through him and manipulate him to a degree, making her more an equal than a victim.
  • she never sugarcoats things and is always extremely frank with him, despite knowing what he is, and he reacts to those moments with almost childish petulancy, not anger. She’s much more of a guiding force in his life than he would probably like to admit.
  • he wanted to be her friend and she shot him down, stating that they’re colleagues but not that – because he doesn’t show his true face and hides behind a veil. The veil is now lifted and they share an openness and honesty Hannibal has never had with anyone else except to a degree Will Graham.
  • from what we’ve seen, her life is somewhat depressing; he’s her only patient, she’s alone in the house, and apparently nobody missed her when she disappeared. Hannibal can offer her excitement and intrigue, which she seems to be interested in, judging by her continuous involvement with someone who she knows to be dangerous.
  • them posing as a married couple is no coincidence; it’s Hannibal’s way of enforcing commitment, ensuring her loyalty. If she truly wished to betray him, a ring on her finger wouldn’t stop her, but somehow Hannibal seems to think it would – marriage clearly means something to him, and he chose her to do it with.
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She’s a California girl, it is ridiculous that she can’t swim! —-We’re teaching her. You cannot just throw her in! —-That’s how I learned, and I was less than half her age.

—I don’t want you near Lena. She doesn’t need a grandmother who loves her now and turns on her as soon as she grows a pair of tits. Baz may not see it but I know exactly who you are.

onlytime1 replied to your post “sometimes i think about how if the writers had given delphine an ounce…”

I feel like it wouldn’t have been the same.She was so much into the whole thing,the plot,that I never felt the need to know her backstory like I could’ve in any other series.Plus it made things much harder,angstier and in a certain sense it would be more satysfing now to see her merits being recognized considering the clone club often didn’t understand her(Yeah,I may still be a little bit bitter at how easily they trusted dirty!Paul just cause he was fucking Sarah).

@cophine-mon-amour replied to your post “sometimes i think about how if the writers had given delphine an ounce…”

Doing this earlier in the series would’ve made things a whole lot nicer! But now I think about it I can’t imagine there being room to fit it in somewhere earlier. Perhaps, as per usual, Delphine will be recognised (the real truth would be known sort of thing) when it’s so damn late!

i totally agree with you guys.  like i by no means want it now, it’s too late for it to even mean anything at this point.  and they’ve already resolved it. i do not agree that they resolved it, or at least i don’t like it.

cuz like as the canon stands cosima is a billion percent in the right to be mad at delphine.  bc we know nothing about her, it looks like it’s not her fight.  like she has no stakes in it aside from cosima.  so like, instead of it being ‘they have my entire family locked in a basement in antarctica, what was i supposed to do??’ it’s ‘im doing this because i love you and you just have to accept that i know what’s best for you right now.’  :|  i hate it….  and it wouldn’t have even had to be new scenes.  it could have been 2-3 lines a season from like l**kie or ne**on or even rachel.  nothing huge.  or even… telling cosima.. what’s going on. *gasp*.  i know that’s a revofuckinglutionary idea.

like you said, it would’ve been more satisfying now, having people trust her if she had been working for that.  like you said, having clone club understand her finally this season and work with her.  or as the stakes rose for clone club whatever thing they were threatening delphine with also ramped up.  and they finally figured out a way to get delphine safe along with everybody else.  bc as it is now (i’m assuming here) delphine has nothing to go back to.  i’m guessing she hasn’t been paying rent so she’s probably been evicted.  she wasn’t employed for several months so her visa may have been revoked.  

and like…. yeah it’s a compelling story that she did it for love.  but she only knew cosima for a few months, half of which they weren’t even together.  that kind of plot line grinds my personal gears, idk if anyone else doesn’t like that…

anyhoo.  tune back in in like 20 years for my reboot of ob feat. healthy communication and non-toxic dynamics between protagonists.

Just a reminder that Octavia Blake spent the first sixteen years of her life hiding under floorboards in a tiny room in space and yet she’s a thousand times more competent at being a decent human being than 90% of the characters on this show. 

modern lumatere: (young) august and abian

Trevanion pointed to August of the Flatlands. “And his father is weak and deceitful and lazy, but I would trust him with my life.”
She looked at August with disgust. “This? A fine army you will build, Trevanion.” 
“Go home, Abie. Before it is dark. It is not safe for you to be traveling alone,” Trevanion said wearily.
“Perhaps I could escort her,” August suggested.
“You?” she scoffed. “You fit under my arm, little man.” And with that, she kissed the baby and slammed out the door.
“Pity the one who ends up in her marriage bed,” August muttered.