if ot4 had tumblr accounts what do you think each of their blogs would consist of?
louis’ would be a mixed bag we know he loves memes so there’d be a lot of those, some football stuff (lots of david beckham with adoring tags), selfies, the occasional call-out post, reviews on inane things (think lorde’s onion ring account)
niall would use the staff tumblr themes, would mostly be original content, little covers of songs, essay-length posts about what he’s been up to, an extensive music tag, pics of golf balls with filters on them, etc.
liam would always make sure to leave a comment on something, even if it’s only “THIS ^”, reblog lots of cute animal videos, play the peacemaker when two of his mutuals get into a fight, excessively use gifs
harry’s would be very themed and artsy (sans a meme every once in a while), he’d spend a lot of time on his html, there’d be tons of louis feat. flirting, fashion recs that nobody can afford but he hosts a lot of giveaways
Here’s the thing for me. About those scenes with Merle and “John.”
At the start, I couldn’t help but feel a little annoyed that Clint wasn’t asking different questions. Travis clearly had the same thoughts I did–tactically, Merle was playing it poorly. He gave more information than he needed and asked vague questions that didn’t yield practical intel on how to fight the Hunger.
If it had been Taako, he’d have asked clever questions and been focused on getting info out of the Hunger, on besting it. If it had been Magnus, he would have straight up asked, “how do we kill you” and likely learned at least something from that. But this wasn’t Taako’s or Magnus’s role to play.
Merle was approaching parley the way it was meant to be approached. Not as a warrior looking for a way to kill the Hunger, but as a diplomat trying to understand it. He approached it with an open mind. To the point where he was eventually able to ask “are you my friend?”
He asked that of this nightmare entity, this thing that’s caused so much death and suffering–that’s killed him dozens of times. Maybe he’s just that able to open his heart. Or maybe despite the religious ideals he tries to project as a cleric, he’s someone who–whether the person in question is a human, or a god, or a sinister consuming force—just wants people to like him.
Whatever the reason, he was able to look at the Hunger and try to reason with it. To talk to it earnestly about the value of life, and hope.
It didn’t listen. And when it didn’t listen, I actually believe Merle was disappointed. That for a moment he had hoped the Hunger could be better. Instead, he told the Hunger off, and said he didn’t want to see him anymore.
And the Hunger is sad. For the first time in who even can guess how long, the Hunger feels sorrow, and regret. Because for a moment he had a friend, and then he lost that friend. Because of his own actions.
Merle didn’t learn how to kill the Hunger, he didn’t learn any information that could help them slow it down or get to the Light of Creation faster. But what he did hurt it more than any weapon ever could.
Floras are the peacemakers of the mythical world. They have the ability to rejuvenate and control nature, and they can heal those who are in physical pain. They might be fragile beings, but when angered, their power can be destructive. The royal Flora family is protected by only the chosen mighty Faunas.
Faunas have anthropomorphic bodies, and they used to serve under the Flora kingdom as their guardians. Most of them have gone to live a free wandering life, but some chose to stay with the Floras. When they reach their absolute form, their strength increases tenfold.
In this AU, Viktor and Yuuri were raised in the world of the mortals. And one point in the story, they go back together to where they originally came from to resolve the conflicts of their kingdom.
So I was rewatching episode 1 of Wynonna Earp again and I had a thought.
As we have seen over the course of the season Peacemaker seems to have some sort of sentience. Obviously only the Heir can use it to put down a Revenant. But there have been a number of times that it has been fired as just a regular gun. It fired for Wynonna when she first retrieved it and she was trying to do some target practice on the Welcome to Purgatory sign. It fired in ep 3 in the cemetery. Willa fired it during target practice in ep 11. And when the homestead was attacked 15 years ago when Wynonna tried to save Willa and their father.
So it would seem that Peacemaker should shoot like any other gun any time the trigger is pulled regardless of who is holding it or who/what they are aiming at. But it doesn’t. It didn’t fire for Dolls when he was trying to save Wynonna in episode 3. At least a few times it didn’t fire for Wynonna. One of those times being in ep 12 before Willa got all her memory back and it looked like the Heir powers might be shifting back to Willa. Then in ep 13 it didn’t fire for Willa after she had crossed the boundary because in Wynonna’s words “You went wrong.”
In that same episode we find out that there is some scary shit trying to get into the Ghost River Triangle. We also see definitively at the beginning of the ep that Peacemaker is the key to opening the doorway. The Heir and a Revenant of their choosing alone don’t get the job done. Finally in ep 12 we found out that Ward had made a deal with Bobo to be the one to open the Door 15 years ago.
Now jump back to episode 1. When Wynonna is trying some target practice on the Welcome to Purgatory sign she is aiming at the family in the car on the sign. Her first shot goes extremely high and left hitting one of the braces on the sign. Her second shot, after taking a few steps closer, also goes high and left hitting the same brace then ricocheting across to the opposite brace then finally hitting a bottle on the ground behind Wynonna. Then at the end of the episode when she saves Waverly she pulls off a near physics defying trick shot without even trying. She shoots the pulley severing the rope, the bullet then ricochets back to the windmill, then off a blade and back to disarm Malcolm. Almost as if Peacemaker can precisely aim itself exactly where the shot needs to go.
Me: The way the prophecy’s set up Merle
would be the Peacemaker, right? But c’mon, he’s not really a “Peacemaker” type, is he?
Merle: (Ignores the obvious goals of acquiring the Light or building up resources. Instead spends a year providing comfort and hope to a seemingly doomed population and another year making sure the memories and knowledge of another civilization are preserved, even though neither end provides any obvious tangible benefit to him or his mission.)
Just a Rack (two swatches, 816 poly) and Just a Hanger (115 poly), new meshes. Plus 18 pieces of in game clothing made deco (already on the hangers), each with at least two swatches: Activist Tee (997 poly), Bikini Top (480 poly), Bomber Jacket (1012 poly), Bows Top (1265 poly), Casual Jacket (798 poly), Cross Straps Top (482 poly), Denim Jacket (1594 poly), Dinner Blazer (1615 poly), Evening Dress (849 poly), Floral Dress (726 poly), Halter Top (630 poly), Heart Sweatshirt (1565 poly), Hoodie Jacket (1171 poly), Long Sleeve T-Shirt (985 poly), Shirt (1622), Silk Jacket (1336 poly), Sweatshirt (794 poly), T-Shirt (981 poly).
To place clothes on the rack please activate bb.moveobjects on. Height is already adjusted. The rack is in misc deco and the rest is in clutter, but it’s easier to just search for “flop”.
I saw all of existence all at once. I saw a dark storm, a living hunger eating it from within. But I saw a brilliant light heralded by seven birds flying tirelessly from the storm. I saw seven birds. The Twins, The Lover, the Protector, The Lonely Journal Keeper, The Peacemaker, and the Wordless One.