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Clarke backing Lexa into things + Lexa’s reaction

anonymous asked:

What do you think about Holly not wanting to be called gg mom ? I saw what she said on twitter and thought she was joking but apparently she's really pissed ?? I don't really know her so i'm kinda confused

I think it is very reasonable. She doesn’t qualify herself as a grump and also she’s their friend and not their mom. Mom can have stigmas attached to it, like being the downer or the one that has to look after everyone, it can seem dowdy, I get why she doesn’t want that. 

Also, I saw her say she doesn’t want to be referred to as a ‘Grump wife’ which also makes sense. When we recognize Holly for only her proximity to the grumps and tie her identity to the grumps then we’re invalidating her personal achievements and her own online identity / brand. 

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What really stunned Clarke was just how many students were screaming even louder for the attention of her girlfriend, roaring their approval, shouting their support.

It was almost as if Lexa was an object of the public.

And Clarke didn’t like that.

Opening football game for Polis U - Lexa instantly gains thousands of fans.

You Caught Me (Say You’ll Never Let Me Go)  by EffortlesslyOpulent and sam_kom_trashkru

@clexa-hsau

anonymous asked:

What do you love the most about Erwin?

Dear Anon, I’ve had your ask in my in box for weeks (months?) now, but I haven’t been ignoring it, quite the opposite.  I’ve been hoarding it like treasure. Every so often I take it out and admire it, then I put it back in the box to keep it safe, because it’s precious and to be honest I hardly know where to start with this. However you deserve an answer so let me try.  

Apart from the obvious, ahem, aesthetic appeal, I am in awe of Erwin’s vision. He has an unnerving ability to look past the obvious, the superficial, to see the potential that most people are unwilling to see and don’t even bother looking for. He did it with the Survey Corps, he did it with Levi, with Eren, with Hanji and Historia.  Without Erwin’s vision, without his belief, the Survey Corps would have been decimated long before Shiganshina, the corrupt nobility wouldn’t have been overthrown, Hanji wouldn’t have become the 14th Commander, Historia would never have taken the throne, Levi would have remained a petty criminal in the Underground and Eren would have ended up as so much meat on the autopsy table.  By any measure, that’s an impressive record for just one man. Levi wasn’t wrong when he said that Erwin is gazing up at something he can’t even see.

But vision is something you admire rather than love so the things I love most about Erwin are his self less courage, his humility and his enduring humanity.  

By courage I don’t just mean his unfailing willingness to lead from the front and put himself directly in the line of fire. I mean the courage to make the hard decisions that every military commander has to make, the decisions that send soldiers, comrades and friends to their death; the courage to keep making those decisions over and over and over again, even though every death weighs heavily on his conscience and the guilt keeps dragging him down. Erwin just shoulders the despair and keeps on going, that’s what military commanders do, and its only at the bitter end that we see that toll that it takes on him as a man.

Perhaps the most astonishing thing is that Erwin does all this without the slightest question or complaint.  There is not an arrogant bone in Erwin’s body. He is willing to play the role required of him; to be the monster, the devil, the fraud.  The commander with the heart of stone who sends men to their death without even blinking.  And it’s only when he finally breaks that we see that beneath the implacable façade he is still just a man.  A man who hurts and bleeds like every other man.  A man who underneath it all is still just the child haunted by his father’s death.  

And that’s really what I love most of all about Erwin, after all the war and guilt and sacrifice, he never looses his humanity. Every death touches him, every face is etched in his memory, but he still has the ability to connect to those he loves and respects.  He never looses the capacity to love. Right at the bitter end he is still able to open his heart to Levi and lay it all before him.  And if that’s not a reason to love the man then I don’t know what is.

There is poem that was often quoted in my previous Age of Sail fandom, Kipling’s The Song of the Dead, and though I’m no fan if Kipling, there is a line in it that always makes me think of Erwin

If blood be the price of admiralty,
    Lord God, we have paid in full.

Erwin certainly paid the price in full, but he never lost his humanity, and that dear Anon, is what I love about him the most.

So I’m playing through FFXV again and two things I suddenly noticed that I didn’t see or pay attention to before.

1. Where is the upper part of Ravus’ Magetik prosthetic? 



As you can see in the screenshots above, the part that was clinging to the sword was just from the elbow joint to his wrist joint. 



From the elbow joint and shoulder joint - that section is missing and it’s not attached to him either because I zoomed in. 



All that’s there is what was covering his shoulder.

WHERE IS IT????

——-

2. I also realized there’s a torture device next to where his body is lying. It’s one of those same devices that Prompto was strapped into when we found him.

So, was Ravus being held down in this thing and he got out somehow??? It could be possible I suppose. Whatever DID HAPPEN though, Ravus didn’t last long from the looks of all the dead soldiers around him. He might have taken out a few, but he was obviously terribly outnumbered.

——-

I don’t know. I guess I’m trying to find clues as to how he actually died, because he might not have been executed the way the radio said, but something else entirely might have taken place in Zegnautus Keep. Plus, I’m under suspicion that Aranea might have been present at the time of his death considering how she said, “The High Commander got the axe. Literally.” In my opinion, she could have seen it happen, but who knows.

Forever in our Hearts ~ Part III

Yes, it has been two days since Naruto finished and my heart is still very heavy. I feel like: What am I doing with my life now? But I’m not going to give up this blog. I wish that any single one of the characters is never forgotten and I do my best that Gaara will never be forgotten. ; W; * Tears up *

Here I continue with the third part of the wonderful story of my favorite character: Sabakuno Gaara. 
I know so many parts can be annoying. But such a great, emotional story is impossible to put into one post! That would be much too big and long, Tumblr would not create. : 3 That’s why I prefer to share it in Parts.

So, we were where Gaara had set off with his unit into the war. Alone that was epic enough, but now it goes into the legendary, fourth war of the world of the Shinobi and in this Gaara has shoewd incredibly often. It was great to see him there so often, even if some places were very sad or frightening, but I’ll come to that.

Now we come to an incredibly sad, emotional section of the entire anime: The fight against Rasa, his father and the fourth Kazekagen of Sunagakure. Weeks before it was already known that this would happen and I was so excited and could not wait to see this episode. 

But before that, Gaara was often shown in the episodes, if only briefly but hey! Gaara is love no matter how often and when you get to see him, right? :)

In front of his Alliance …

With the Tsuchikage …

In the Night before the first fight … 

The moment he saw his father in the distance. The moment before the big fight.

The next episode was super surpassing emotionality. The fight against Rasa, his father, the epic fight. The fact that Rasa wanted to evaluate him one last time and finally the truth about his mother, Karura.


The Flashback of Gaaras Death and rescue …


The Flashback of Gaaras Birth and Childhood …

I have to say it again and again: Rasa, this little Bitch. He kept Temari and Kankuro away from Gaara and did not let them play with him. He tried to kill him, several times! In his eyes, Gaara was a failure and it makes me angry when I think about it. Therefore: Small, dirty Bitch. I hate him for what he did to Gaara.

At last, however, in the fight, his conscience might be heard, and he began to tell Gaara the whole truth about his family, especially about his mother: people, really, I sat in front of my computer and cried like a fountain, like a rushing river . This still happens to me today when I look at the episode.

“Your Mother truely loved you!”

“Even after her death she is with you and wants to protect you.”

“After all this time, this is the first time I have received “medicine” from my father.”

“More than I ever could have hoped. You’ve surpassed me… I entrust the village to you now… Gaara…” 


Yes, this part has actually only related to this one episode, but I also find that it deserves so much. This episode was epic and emotional and I often look at it. This was a great milestone in Gaara’s story!


Part IV follows!

Want to read the previous parts?

Part II:
https://kazekage-gaara-forever.tumblr.com/post/158771919135/forever-in-our-hearts-part-ii

Part I
https://kazekage-gaara-forever.tumblr.com/post/158736690820/forever-in-our-hearts-part-i