or at least in my mind

*rises from the void*

Hello it is I with some more theories

I remember after the whole potion mess thing happened, Ash was telling Erika that the guard hid some things from him too? That was something that never left my mind because I REALLY want to know why he hates the guard so much. Now that we are getting hints that he may be Lance, it makes more sense why Lance would want to fake his death and vanish (so no one would look for him).

During episode 17 we learned that Daemons (or at least Leif) are still alive. Even the guard believed them to be extinct and only exist in spirit form or something. If they were wrong about the Daemons, can’t they be wrong about the Dragons too? Maybe a few Dragons or their descendants are still alive!

And since Ash named himself after a really important Dragon, I’m gonna assume that he pays respects to them for some reason. (I can’t see him as the type to name himself after someone he looks down on.)

Add to the fact that we don’t know Valkyon’s race, and that Lance would have to be the same race as him, do you think Valkyon and Lance are descendants of Dragons? Valk said that he is a fairy-human hybrid. I’m guessing Lance is a hybrid too since Valk still has no idea what his race could be (and if Lance is a full fairy, it wouldn’t make sense for Valk to not know what he is).

My guess is that they are both Dragon-human hybrids and that there is some dark secret going around about the “extinct” Dragons. Maybe they are being killed too for some reason? Even after all they had sacrificed to create Eldarya?


i swear she’s got it out for me

i have to leave for work so i can have money to buy her bugs and she’s not even supposed to be up yet it’s still daylight omg

she knows she can’t be this cute without me losing my mind over her for AT LEAST 15 minutes

it’s sabotage, no other explanation

mage0flight  asked:

Hey Q guess what!? PUNS! What do you call security outside of a samsung store? A guardian of the galaxy! I also had a joke about unemployed people but it didn't really work. Plus I can't believe that I was fired from the calendar factory! All I did was take a day off. I'm readying a book on anti gravity. It's I'm possible to put down. I wasn't originally going to get a brain transplant but I changed my mind. I would tell you a chemistry joke but it wouldn't get a reaction.

* heh, that’s pretty good, peaches!

* but hell, kid, sorry to hear you got fired for taking a day off.

* i’m sure everything will work out, though. And hey, at least you got some more time off, right?

((Jolie’s Input: again, i apologize for the fact that Q is terrible at the whole sympathy to strangers thing 8′D I hope everything works out and you get a new job soon, though!))

anonymous asked:

With all the sexual harrasment that you get Iris, does Overlord Husband say anything about it? Of course, there's no much he can do (I don't think) but what's the spousal support like?

I’m going to place a cut because this is sort of long…

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anonymous asked:

Hey I was wondering if you could maybe do some Warframe headcanons? If you do, maybe one of Nidus? He's my favorite frame to play as

He’s got a bit of a temper on him; the term ‘hangry’ comes to mind when he’s not acting like himself. Typically, you should make sure he’s fed at least once ever 5-6 hours. This will prevent him from getting a bit… bitey.

He’s strangely strong, and has a habit of lifting you into the air when hugging you. It’s done wonders for your back, to be honest, and the ease with which he does it makes you feel so tiny. If you’re really honest with yourself, you secretly look forward to when he does.

He’s a little bit… iffy about others when they get too close. He wants to make sure you’re not in any sort of danger at any point, and it can sort of be blamed on all the battle he’s seen. Plus, you know: he kinda loves you.

anonymous asked:

Oh my gosh, that last update! Firstly: thankkkk youuuu for 2 pages! Secondly: I am totally drawing parallels between Louis and John. Louis being angry all the time (because he seemingly had a crush on John), then figuring out and becoming more comfortable in his sexuality, then not being angry. Versus John being angry in the same way as Louis (seemingly, because of John being jealous of Louis and Daniel... hmm) and not having "figured something out" (like how Louis figured out who he is... hmm).

LOL It was my pleasure :’D Only can do 1 page/week again moving forward, but I didn’t mind doing it today :) and yeah! Exactly…Evan has noticed this parallel too haha he’s trying to point it out to them (he tried to point it out to Louis in chapter 8, but louis didn’t appreciate that…at least John is remaining relatively calm??? for now???? LOL…)

I need a new job.

WARNING: whining below this point. 😑

That’s it. I’m done. I don’t get paid enough to take this kind of bullshit. 😡 almost 50 hours this week, barely any overtime, and constant abuse/getting talked down to by both clients and coworkers. Nope. Not taking it anymore.

At least my weekend begins now. I am NOT working any more overtime. Someone else can play 2 or 3 people at a time. I need a break.

Sorry, don’t mind me. I just need to get it out of my system. Carry on.

anonymous asked:

Green Day for the band thing!

How long have I listened to them?: since 2004, i was a fourth-grader

Favourite song: jesus of suburbia

Least favourite song: hmm nightlife lol

Favourite album: american idiot (this album shaped my childhood)

First song I’ve heard from them: basket case, my older bro introduced me to this song

Have I ever seen them in concert?: no, badly want to!!

Any merch I posess: revrad shirt, revrad album, american idiot album, dookie shirt, some stickers

Favourite recorded concert, if available: bullet in a bible

Favourite single/music video: holiday, the mv quickly caught my attention and blew my mind away the first time i saw it as a kid lol

Favourite member, current: billie, the soft punk bi dad

thank you for asking!

Some Highlights from “The Music of Rogue One” Panel at SWCO17 (aka the panel that blew my mind)

So since I can’t find any filmed version of the “Music of Rogue One” panel with David W. Collins I’ll post some of the highlights here. I’m a music theory nerd myself but I was surrounded by people who have never paid attention to music analysis and were still moved to tears so I encourage everyone to check this out (and watch the panel please if it’s ever made available.)

  • the Panel began with Collins discussing the legacy of John Williams and the Star Wars main theme specifically. He discussed how it was originally meant to be Luke Skywalker’s theme, and how that interpretation can still hold true considering Star Wars is the Skywalker Saga
  • The coolest thing pointed out re the main theme is that it’s musical construction mirrors the structure of the Hero’s Journey, the monomyth structure that all of Star Wars revolves around. It rises suddenly with the call to adventure, then builds with the journey, drops during the abyss, is reborn with another musical rise, then returns to the beginning. Collins emphasized that Williams is without a doubt a musical genius and that Michael Giacchino had a big challenge in making a score that lived up to William’s legacy while standing on it’s own. This was a challenge he more than met, as this panel made clear.
  • Now moving on to Rogue One, Collin’s discussed the title theme “Hope.” This theme is clearly heard over the title of the film, during Jyn’s big speech to the Rebellion, and throughout the film.
  • Collins pointed out that, like the main Star Wars theme, “Hope” echos the structure of the film itself. There are heroic major key moments in the theme, but it ends in a melancholy way that almost sounds unfinished. It represents the sacrifice at the center of the film. This is a story of incredible heroism that merely paves the way for others to finish the journey. 
  • Collins moved on to discuss the musical themes for each character in Rogue One, with a lot of focus on Jyn’s theme. Jyn’s theme is the most frequently heard piece along with “Hope” in the film. In fact, we hear it three times in the film’s prologue alone.
  • The fascinating thing Collins pointed out is Giacchino’s use of Dies Irae throughout the score. Dies Irae, or Day of Wrath, is the medieval hym describing the end of the world. It is sung during funeral masses and musically is quoted widely to represent death
  • Giacchino was signaling from the beginning that this is a story about death. He wrote the sacrifice of these characters right into their themes.
  • A notable use of Dies Irae beyond character themes is it’s repetition as Cassian and Jyn begin to climb the tower in the archive during the climax. The first two notes of Dies Irae are repeated as they do so. When Krennic walks down the hallway with his Death Troopers, all three notes play (death literally chasing them). And when Jyn almost drops, than catches the data tapes, Dies Irae is replaced by “Hope”
  • Jyn’s theme in particular is a melancholy theme centered on Dies Irae, but with a lovely, lullaby like feeling. It tells you from the beginning that Jyn’s is a story of hope and inspiration but also death and sacrifice.
  • An interesting use of Jyn’s theme and “Hope” together is during Jyn’s speech to the Rebellion. First we here “Hope” swell as Jyn speaks to the Rebels. Then when her speech is shot down, the theme drops, replaced by Jyn’s theme. This represents that it is Jyn herself who inspires the sacrifice that will eventually bring on the Hope. Jyn is the hope.
  • Another mind blowing moment was a musical parallel that Collins pointed out with the character of Bodhi Rook. In the scene where he recalls his mission, repeating “I’m the pilot, I brought the message,” listen for the flutes. That exact same flute theme plays in A New Hope when Luke discovers Leia’s message hidden in R2. By doing this,  Giacchino is directly mapping the journey of “the message.” Bodhi receives the message of the Death Star and how it can be destroyed from Galen, he brings it to Jyn, who with Rogue One, transmit the message, which ends up in the hands of Leia, then to R2, then to Luke, who must return it to the Rebellion. Those flutes represent the origin of the message with Bodhi through to A New Hope.
  • This panel was full of mind blowing moments, but the most mind blowing moment by far was another musical connection to A New Hope. After we had become very familiar with Jyn’s theme over the course of the panel, Collin’s played a scene from A New Hope for us. It was the moment when Obi-Wan asks Luke to come with him to Alderaan and Luke resists. When Obi-Wan says he’s getting too old for this sort of thing, Jyn’s theme plays clearly under Luke’s hesitation. In the original context, a hint of Dies Irae was WIlliam’s way of foreshadowing Obi-Wan’s death, but after Giacchino used that musical queue to build Jyn’s theme, it suddenly has deeper meaning. It’s Jyn’s sacrifice calling to Luke, compelling him to be the hope she fought for. And it is connecting Obi-Wan’s eventual sacrifice with that of Jyn and her comrades.  
  • Collins also highlighted how Giacchino’s score for the final moments of the film, from Jyn’s confrontation with Krennic through the arrival of Vader and the death of Jyn and Cassian, is unconventional and incredibly effective. Jyn’s confrontation with Krennic is silent, no music, unexpected for such a key moment. Only when Cassian appears does the music return. And throughout the final sequence, as we witness horrifying destruction, death. the arrival of the Death Star and Vader’s Star Destroyer, the score stays distant, gentle, melancholy. It does not highlight the horror. It steps back and mourns over it, like the eyes of history or the Force itself, honoring the sacrifice. 
  • So yeah Giacchino’s score for Rogue One is brilliant, Williams’ music for Star Wars is brilliant, this panel was brilliant, and I can never get enough of analyzing Star Wars scores.

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