I’m really in love with the idea that a lot of Plague-Magic is really just Flesh-Magic. The ability to warp and deform and grow and destroy living flesh and bone is unique to plague, and while yes, most elemental magics have developed some form of healing or physical manipulation, Plague dragons are the real masters of it. Their magic isn’t just the crude spreading of disease, it’s the alteration of things that live, and all the little things that live within them.
Basically, my thought is if disease = bacteria (or virus, but ignore those for a sec I don’t understand them), small creatures that infect and destroy, and plague dragons can, theoretically, summon or activate or invoke these tiny creatures, who’s not to say a skilled bacterimancer couldn’t level up and start manipulating more developed creatures?? Plague is almost in a way the Fauna to Nature’s Flora, oops.
This is also why I believe that while shapeshifting magic comes mostly out of the Tangled Woods, early breed-changing and the like came out of the Scarred Wasteland.
hey homies i was tagged by the cutest @spacekiddan to post three selfies (go give them some love) so here’s my face that looks angry 100% of the time:)
i tag @dawhson @lilgaybee @futurist @limelightgirl @softe-boye and holly but i can’t find her blog n any other friends bc your faces are beautiful
What other people in the ANE fandom title their fics: Really cool titles reminiscent of the story, often which have a strange sense of irony and/or foreshadowing, often even go so far as to research outside their native language to search for the perfect name.
are there lawyers who specialise in divorce from a movie franchise? I’ve given mine, Star Wars, so many chances, but they keep letting me down and breaking all their promises. I was promised the romance of this generation but they let me down. I was promised Finn being treated with respect, given a full character arc, and to be force sensitive. But once again, I have been let down. A relationship can’t work on a foundation of no trust.
Angry and Disappointed Me.