or is that not enough~

danny rand: i was adopted by monks from this mystical place called k’un lun and trained to channel my inner chi to make my fist all glowy also i punched a dragon in the heart

everyone else:

Zen Wisteria vs. the World


Oops. I hurt my poor Art boy. I blame @alcordraws, @lowat-golden-tower, and @galaxy-starheart for adding onto this pain and not discouraging me from developing this idea when i first had it. You are complicit.

Artiplier likes the Host. He is someone who lost his sight, something essential to his craft, but who can still can do what he loves, even better than before. And he knows what happened. How the Host was promised power and life from Dark in exchange for his eyes. Still, Artie thinks, Host has wonderful new powers and manages despite his blindness, and he can’t help but admire the opportunity the Author was given.  Besides, while Host has to deal with Dark lurking over his shoulder, he doesn’t have to deal with a demon in his head.

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Alan Wake aesthetic

Stephen King once wrote that “Nightmares exist outside of logic, and there’s little fun to be had in explanations; they’re antithetical to the poetry of fear.” In a horror story, the victim keeps asking “Why?” But there can be no explanation, and there shouldn’t be one. The unanswered mystery is what stays with us the longest, and it’s what we’ll remember in the end. My name is Alan Wake. I’m a writer.