Plant whisperer. Pet collector. A gentle soul caught between civilization and the wild. Pursued by a past he wishes to forget, he rests all his hopes on an uncertain future.

Name: Lucien Dominique Lemaire
Age: 37
Gender: Male
Race: Elezen
Clan: Wildwood
Birthplace: Gridania
Current Residence: No permanent residence
Relationship Status: Single
Orientation: Heterosexual
Occupation: Itinerant gardener, chocobokeep, odd-jobs-man, sellsword (but only when there is no other work to be had). He has occasionally worked as a companion in the most literal sense of the word, but has not sold sexual services (yet).
Likes: Flora and fauna of all kinds, being outdoors in all weather and climates, social events, meeting new people, flirting, dancing, singing, beautiful clothing, sex, the color green
Dislikes: Being reminded of his past, under-cooked meat, injustices great and small, animal abuse, plant abuse (yes, really), sensory deprivation
Vices: Sex. He definitely enjoys sex.
Appearance: Medium height, dark skin, freckles, emerald green eyes, black hair with green streaks
Personality: Gentle and sweet, readily amused, nurturing, flirtatious, secretive, fearful, wracked by guilt
Background: Lucien was born and raised in Gridania. He became a Wood Wailer at the impressionable age of 17, and was almost immediately drawn into a subculture of corruption and power abuse. Over the next seven years he enjoyed his authority as a Wailer a little too much, earning enemies for himself among the Duskwight and Keeper populations in the Shroud. But one day, he overstepped his bounds far enough to incur the wrath of the Elementals. He disappeared, and was not seen or heard of until he walked into Gridania six years later - shortly after the Calamity, in fact - looking as wild as the woods he had just emerged from. By that time, he was a very different person from the cocky Wood Wailer who had once terrorized minorities and used his position for personal gain. He left the Shroud soon thereafter, and has rarely visited it since. Despite his reluctance to return to the Twelvewood, he seems to have embraced nature as a whole. He collects animals in need of rehabilitation wherever he goes. Some he releases back into the wild, while others seem content to remain with him indefinitely. He also has a remarkable power to manipulate plants and accelerate their growth. This ability seems to be so much a part of him that he can’t help using it.  


[(Ice Cream Paint Job by Dorrough plays) 
Fresh paint job?
Sarah: (Mouths) Check. 
Fresh inside?
Sarah: (Mouths) Check. 
Is the outside frame and the trunk wide?
Sara: (Mouths) Yes.
Are the rims big?
Sara: (Mouths) What?!] 


Why yes I did spend the entire Saturday Drawing Aizawas.
His man bun in the latest chapter though… I thought he might be a character who covers their face with their hair no matter what but he actually sees the effort to look nice for the parents. uvu


i had to

also i’m not doing all of the other costumes because fuck that

“I grew up in the suburbs. I used to think that I could write a prescription for a poor man: ‘Get a job, save your money, pull yourself up by the bootstraps.’ I don’t believe that anymore. I was ignorant to the experiences of poor people. I’d invite anyone to come and meet the people who live in this neighborhood. Right now we are surrounded by working poor people. These are the people who sell your tools at Sears, and fix your roofs, and take care of your parents, and mow your lawns, and serve your meals. They’re not getting a living wage. There’s no money left to save. There’s nothing left if they get sick. Nothing left if their car breaks down. And God forbid they make a mistake, because there’s nothing left to pay fines or fees. When you’re down here, the system will continue to kick dirt in your face. You can’t pull yourself up when there’s nothing to grab onto. We aren’t paying our brothers and sisters enough to live. We want them to serve us, but we aren’t serving them.”


4/15/15 WCQF Blackhawks vs Predators Game 1: Jonathan “Potty Mouth” Toews gives a celebratory speech, Scott Darling receives a well-deserved addition to his wardrobe [X]

Here’s a handy diagram about which studios own the rights to which Marvel superheros

Thisinfographic, by artist and writer Maurice Mitchell of The Geek Twins, breaks down where the movie rights to some of Marvel’s most popular properties currently reside, whether it’s at Sony, 20th Century Fox, or Marvel Studios itself. In case anyone didn’t already know, this is why a character like Spider-Man couldn’t make a cameo during that climatic Manhattan fight scene at the end of The Avengers, even though you know some Marvel exec was just itching to throw him in there. 

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I 10000% understand Ricky saying watch the show. He’s telling us to watch for the cast, HIS family, not Jason. But my man, you left because you were hurting, we are leaving because we are hurting too. You defend your family, I defend mine. And I am more worried about my friends’ wellbeing and mental health than a cast of people I don’t know, who are in an environment that YOU couldn’t stand.


Marvel Cinematic Universe + Magnus Chase chapter titles


Artist imagines what a bunch of dogs would look like as Marvel characters

Minnesota-based illustrator Josh Lynch has infused a level of cute into the Marvel universe, drawing portraits of dogs as different superheroes. Lynch put a lot of thought into which dog should portray which character and matched the personality and image of each for the best fit.

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