oh whoops i love them

nobody ships sasusaku more than sarada 

Based off of a scan by @peipapicoz of the first fanbook’s back cover. The high res was never shared, so I attempted to clean it up a bit. Enjoy! 

anonymous asked:

So by Bakugou saying that Uraraka isn't "Frail" (which is a fact) that automatically means that he's in love with her? He treats her like shit and told her to fuck off when she was trying to talk to him. Must mean love right? RIGHT? clearly it's izuocha that canon is leaning towards which is a mutually respecting and caring ship . I'll never understand how you could ship Kacchako over it. Your logics are so flawed

Woah woah woahhhhhh where is all this hostility coming from? 😂 shit.

I just wanna start off by saying I (or pretty much any Kacchaco shipper that I’ve seen, for that matter) have NEVER claimed that Bakugou has any type of romantic feelings towards Uraraka. Ever.

Second off, he doesn’t treat Uraraka as anymore of shit than he does anyone else (did that even make sense?? What even is English??) It’s not like he’s extra mean to her and nice to everyone else, he’s just an asshole in general🤷🏻‍♀️

Thirdly, I am (as is everyone else) well aware that Izuku X Ochako is more canon than Kacchako will ever be, but we ain’t bothered lmao. It doesn’t change anything 👍🏻

Lastly, I DO ship her and Deku, I just ship her with Katsuki more. Why?? Because I just don’t tend to be a fan of the cliche “main guy and main girl fall in love everything is all peachy” ships and that’s OKAY, everyone is entitled to like what they like, and for me, it’s just not my cup of tea. GIVE ME THAT DENIAL, GIVE ME THAT ANGST, GIVE ME THAT DEVELOPMENT, ya know? But for her and Midoriya, everything as it is is fine 👏🏻 like they’re all good, A-okay and it’s just kinda boring to me. BUT NO SHADE, because I do love both of them as individuals and a couple 💚 I just prefer Kacchako 💚💚💚

Never Gonna Say Goodbye 1/2

Summary:  Badboy!Dan and Phil were in love in high school, and Dan found a way into every part of Phil’s life. Eventually they lost contact, but they ended things on a good note. Phil gets a job as a tattoo artist, and Dan comes in one day to get a tattoo. They find each other to be different than how they used to be, but still somehow the same.

Word Count: 2944 (in all)

A/N: Written for a prompt a while back on phanfic. I just felt like it was more comprehensive in two parts, so I hope you like it! Also if you like this prompt, I saw two other people filled it here and here, they’re really great :D Big thanks to filip-lestur for beta’ing.

TW: marijuana, vague smut

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So, I’m planning my own wedding right now and it’s stressful as fuck. So I figured, why not transfer over some of that stress and make Harry and Eggsy live it, because I’m shipper trash and why not?

Part 1/?? of the wedding series.

“Christ, Harry, didja know there are this many fuckin options?”

“It is London, dearest. There are bound to be one or two places to choose from.” Harry hummed from behind his tablet, eyes firmly glued to its screen rather than the fretting fiance beside him scrolling through webpages.

“Wilton’s, Islington, Ironmonger’s, Osterley Park…. fuck me,” he grumbled, brow furrowed as he scribbled down a few more names on the notebook teetering on his thigh.

“Hm? I only caught that last bit I’m afraid.” Harry lifted his head to give Eggsy the smallest of smiles, one he knew by now to associate with the other being quite the little shithead. 

“Piss off,” Eggsy huffed, letting his back hit the couch as he sat back away from the laptop on the coffee table. He rubbed his head with the heel of his palm; he was starting to get a headache from all of this. “Gotta pick a place soon, mum’ll want t’start gettin things booked… You sure you don’t care? No opinion at all?”

“Whatever you think is best will be more than acceptable.” Once again, his eyes wandered back to the tablet in his lap, supremely unconcerned with the decision that was weighing heavily on Eggsy’s mind.

“…. So ‘f I decided we was gettin married tomorrow on the underground dressed in scuba gear?” He raised an eyebrow.

“I’d ask what time you’d like to get there and if I might have time for a breakfast first, the train is a bit jarring on an empty stomach,” he didn’t even miss a beat, smiling politely at Eggsy.

Eggsy tossed the pillow he was leaning on over to hit him in the arm. “You are the most unhelpful bastard there is.”

Harry only laughed, putting down the tablet, putting his glasses in his pocket, and standing up from the couch. Eggsy folded his arms, sulking as Harry walked around the back to stand behind him. “Eggsy.” His warm hands rested on his shoulders, gently squeezing as he leaned down. Without the glasses in the way, he was free to nuzzle his face against Eggsy’s soft dirty blonde hair, pressing a kiss behind his ear. “Whatever you like. I am just thrilled you said yes. The only thing that is important to me is you, your happiness, and I want this to be the happiest day of your life. If that means we get married in a grand ceremony with doves released from boxes and a large orchestra to play our first dance, I will be only too pleased to offer you my hand. If we get married in our backyard with your mother, sister, and Merlin with greasy fish and chips on the sofa as our reception dinner, I will think of our day every time we sit down together or when I look outside.”

Eggsy’s sulk had lessened, his shoulders slumping in Harry’s grip. The strong hands kneaded his tense muscles as his gentle lips moved to kiss his hair, the comforting smell of his cologne making Eggsy all but melt. “My point is, I genuinely do not care. Not out of apathy, but out of deference. I want you to make this day whatever you want it to be, and I will be happy to be right by your side.” His hands rubbed in circles, guiding Eggsy to lean forward as they traveled down to his shoulder blades.

“…. You’re an idiot. A sweet, charming idiot, but an idiot,” Eggsy sighed with a grin, shaking his head. “Say all the sweet things y’like, I still think y’just don’t want t’help pick a caterer.”

“Why should I be bothered to choose between salmon fillets and rotisserie pork loin, I hardly think it will matter one bit in the long run, no one will remember which we chose,” Harry sniffed, removing his hands from Eggsy’s back and returning to his place on the couch, pulling his glasses back out from his front pocket and replacing them on his face.

“An the colour scheme too, tha’s all bollocks, innit.” Still, he was grinning again, and scooted along the sofa once Harry was settled in to drop his head into his lap, staring up at him. 

“What’s wrong with black and white. Why we must decide a minimum of three analogous colours is entirely beyond me.” 

Eggsy smiled up at him fondly, lifting a hand to cup the side of his face. Harry automatically leaned into it, smiling lightly back at him. 

“Don’t stress yourself too much. It will be perfect even if it all goes to hell. That’s all I’m trying to say.”

“I know.” Harry kissed Eggsy’s palm, and Eggsy let it fall to rest on his chest as Harry grabbed his tablet again to continue his reading. “… That means y’re captive t’all my choices, though. Even if I have ya wear a crown of flowers.”

“Oh, are we having flowers?” He asked, raising his eyebrows.

“…..” Eggsy grabbed the pillow he’d thrown at him earlier, and smacked him in the face with it again.

So, a couple people asked me a while back if I had any How To Train Your Dragon fic recs and, at the time, I had maybe one or two on my list, but now I have SEVERAL and they are all brilliant and wonderful, and you should go read them immediately. 

  • Wild Hearts by CurosityRedux: She finds him in the woods with an injured Night Fury. Feral and mysterious, the boy named Hiccup claims to be able to end the war that’s raged between dragons and Vikings for centuries. Berk’s been ravaged for years. She has no choice but to believe him. But that doesn’t mean she has to trust him. Or fall for him. Hiccup/Astrid.

  • Simple Gifts by Ecoutez: Two years after HTTYD 1 (but 3 years before HTTYD 2, because math) Hiccup and Astrid are noticing each other on a more intimate level, and begin leaving gifts for one another in secret.

  • Seidr and Gold by mungoe: He’d thought his last voyage would end in Odin’s hall, but the Lady of Fólkvangr has other plans, and Stoick’s seat at the Allfather’s table will have to be saved for another day. For Hiccup, family members coming back from the dead is becoming something of a habit.

  • Viking #2 by neurosis: Normally, Astrid didn’t begrudge the opinions of strangers (or she at least preferred to seem as though she didn’t), but when the whole archipelago is hunting you down because they’re mistakenly convinced you’re dating the Pride of Berk, Hope and Heir of the Hooligan Tribe, Dragon Master et al—that’s annoying. And mortifying. Mainly mortifying. [A very loving, excessive dip into Astrid’s psyche and the development of Hiccstrid. Post-Defenders through to HTTYD2 and beyond, it’s going to be a long one.]

  • Learning to Fly by NRGburst: Inspired by the HTTYD2 clips, Hiccstrid set between Defenders of Berk and HTTYD2. Because they got that comfortable touching each other somehow.

  • Seize My Heart by oh_you_pretty_things: He was so persistent and his tenacity annoyed her. He was so clever and his innovation annoyed her. He wore his emotions on his face so openly and that annoyed her. But what annoyed her more than anything was how much she noticed him. A series of short vignettes about Astrid and Hiccup. HTTYD2 spoilers.

  • After Everything by Foxy'sGirl: Berk is going through big changes in the wake of the events of the second movie. Mostly Astrid based.

anonymous asked:

How has nobody in the Undertale fandom yet noticed that the monsters they love and praise are attacking CHILDREN? I understand that there is a need to collect human souls, and that the child themselves can become a murderer, but does that really justify Undyne's speeches of "showing how monster souls can be just as strong as human ones"? Or Mettaton's casual aim of killing them for fame? Yes, Frisk can become a killer, but that is only because the MONSTERS provide them with the option to.

The game is lauded for having “the option not to hurt anyone” but that’s only on the part of the child. The monsters always initiate a fight and ALWAYS attack when it is their turn, often resulting in killing pacifists. The only exception to this rule is Papyrus, who stops fighting when you are at 1 hp. And it is shown that the monsters DON’T HAVE TO ATTACK, evidenced by the NPCs you can talk to. The kid is no murderer until the monsters who attack them make them into one.

Well hey there, anon! This is actually a really interesting thing so thank you for bringing it to my inbox! I’m not an expert in anything really so I can’t promise a satisfactory answer to anything, but I can try.

First off, I’m pretty sure that most of the Undertale fandom is aware that the monsters are attacking children. It’s not something that gets talked about a lot, from what I’ve seen, because there’s a lot more focus on the friendship aspect rather than the parts that come before—but it’s definitely an issue. Because yes, absolutely, these monsters that we know and love are attacking a child with intent to harm or kill them (barring Papyrus, who will always stop when you’re at 1HP), and there’s really no excuse for that.

However—and please excuse me, this is probably going to be rambly—I think that this is actually something that happens a lot in RPGs specifically. My first thought is Earthbound, which Undertale definitely takes cues from. Ness, the protagonist, is barely into his teen years at best. I think he’s supposed to be 13, but it’s been a while since I played—but either way, he’s a kid! (Who even wears a striped shirt!) And through his entire journey, he’s… attacked. A lot. Often by adults. Granted, they’re generally under Giygas’s evil influence, and you can knock that out of them with enough fighting, but they are definitely out to kill you.

(RPG protagonists as a rule, I’ve noticed, tend to run along the age of “child, what are you doing out past your bedtime,” generally in the mid-to-late teen ranges. In Golden Sun, the first RPG I ever played, the entire main cast is 13-14. Granted, I was about the same age when I first played it, and it felt natural—of course these literal child babies can save the world! I’m the same age, and I’m responsible enough to do it! But my point is, protagonists often run young—likely to mesh better with the target audience.)

Now, none of this age stuff excuses the fact that the monsters attack a child. I just think it’s interesting that RPG protagonists, Frisk included, tend to be pretty young. Undertale isn’t a leap into the new, in this sense; it’s following some pretty standard RPG guidelines in which the protagonist is young and has to deal with people wanting to take their head off.

The difference is? Undertale calls attention to that trope. And I think that’s what makes it stand out. Undertale makes a point to say that hey, actually? This whole attacking-the-child thing is kind of shitty. Monsters jumping out of bushes and ambushing you is a dick move, especially because it’s emphasized from the beginning that Frisk is really just trying to exist. They never have to attack anyone—aside from a few scripted moments you can complete the entire game without ever touching the FIGHT button—but RPG standards dictate that they get attacked.

How else can you get higher LV and EXP, after all?

The point I’m trying to make, I guess, is that Undertale does a fantastic job of cataloguing your responses to things, and calling out the idea of killing in order to avoid being killed. Toriel points out in the beginning that monsters often don’t want to fight you, not really—so you should do things that make them happy, or that change their minds, and then they won’t want to fight. You never, ever need to kill anyone. Ever! And the only way to get the best ending is to spare everyone. Even the people that make you angry, even the ones who kill you again and again until you think that maybe just this once won’t matter. And the game will remember that, too.

Mercy is a difficult choice. Sometimes it’s the hardest choice in the world. But it’s a choice that you always have, in Undertale, and even the most hardened and angry monsters will realize the strength of will it takes to keep making that choice.

Undyne, for example. She is hell-bent on killing you and taking your soul. That’s her job, as Captain of the Royal Guard, but it’s also her personal sense of duty at work. From Undyne’s perspective, Frisk as a human being is a representative of every human being ever. She knows humanity’s ruthlessness and cruelty from monster history. She has no reason to think that Frisk, even as a child, will be any different. (Remember: she didn’t put Papyrus in the Royal Guard for that exact reason. He’d be torn to smiling shreds if he ever went up against a human with the intent to kill.) There’s also a measure of serving Asgore and all of monsterkind in her actions. She can kill Frisk and spare King Softy the heartbreak of doing it himself, and she can help set monsters free. Taking Frisk’s soul is just a step in the process, and honestly? I wouldn’t be surprised if part of her thought process is that Frisk owes it to all of monsterkind to cough up their soul. Humans put monsters here in the first place, after all. Why shouldn’t any human that falls down become part of what sets them free, regardless of their age?

Now, think back to the fight with Undyne. She spends a while posturing about how you’re in the way, and how killing you is an act of mercy, because Asgore would kill you anyway. And then you can run. And you run! And she gives chase, and she keeps attacking you. Undyne doesn’t really hold back, it’s not in her nature. But at the end of the fight, when she’s dying of heat stroke, you have the option to save her, too. She’s been trying to murder you with loving aggression this entire time, and you can turn right back around and dump cold water on her, saving her from her own actions against you.

And then there’s a minute where she stands up and stands there. You’re not sure if she’s going to attack you, because honestly who would put it past her, after everything you’ve seen up to this point—but she just stands there in disbelief for a second, and then turns around and goes home.

Your act of MERCY—Frisk’s choice to spare her and do her kindness instead of harm—is the defining factor in her change of thought. She goes from “All humans will die!” to “Well, some humans are OK, I guess!” as shown in her Lost Soul fight.

Toriel, Papyrus, Mettaton, Asgore—it’s the same way for everyone. You play by their rules in every battle, letting them change your soul and attack you. And instead of killing them, as is necessary in Every Other RPG, you subvert the trope of kill-or-be-killed, and you change their minds. You didn’t do a violence! And you talked them out of theirs!

And that’s the thing about mercy. It’s difficult. Often, choosing not to perpetuate a cycle of violence is the hardest thing in the world, and it comes with great personal risk. Undertale just points that out with a little more vigor.

As for the fandom overlooking this violence against a child—I don’t think that’s the case. I think most if not all of the fandom does realize that this is a thing, and it’s really not a good one. But all of these characters that we love are presented as people with their own minds and opinions, and each one is distinct and loveable in their own right, despite the bad things they do or have done. Nobody thinks Undyne is not at fault for trying to spit-roast a kid. I guess the idea is that people can change, and that harmful ways of thought can be altered. People can be redeemed. People can be forgiven.

And ultimately, isn’t Undertale a narrative about saving everyone?