Thinking about it, with the exception of Arya’s murder of the stable boy back in Season 1, D&D have not translated a single one of her kills to our screens correctly.
And yes, this affects her story in a rather significant way, because these kills just become a meaningless list of dead bodies that D&D can tick off. Just like they do with every other “plot point” in every fucking plotline. So what that it doesn’t make sense for the Black Brothers to stab Jon given that he does nothing wrong, breaks no vows, and was an eye-witness to the army of the dead? Who cares that any meaning from the Walk of Shame was removed given Carol Lannister’s perpetual victimhood? What difference does it make that Deadpan’s marriage to Hizdahr was never seeded and had no impact on the plot? Tick, tick, tick.
Yoh, yoh, yoh! Brand new post, Secret AU coming through!
FINALLY i finished this secret AU illustration! God, everyone was ready for four long months, excluding Kristoff. I was soooo uninspired to draw him (thanks dude *punches his face*) but yesterday my muses came from vacation and i was able to pull it off. Bless.
Okay, so this is my secret alternate universe for the fandom:
★ FROZEN SOUL ★, a crossover between one of my favorite animes of all time, Soul Eater, and Frozen.
This AU is simply perfect for Hans and Anna, i had soooo many ideas for it! For those interested in the plot adaptation, please read under the cut.
For those who aren’t, simply reblog! :D Many thank! (｡･ω･｡)ﾉ♡
Oh, and please do NOT remove my caption, it’s crucial to contextualize the piece. Thank you.
Do you think they are scared that a 5th series might be not allowed because of political circumstances? So they decided to make johnlock canon earlier than initially planned?
Any thoughts on that?
I’m feeling super happy that it might become canon in series 4. But I take it with a grain of salt as now I’m thinking: if they are just doing this earlier because they are scared the show could get cancelled - might the very neatly planned plot be suffering from that? Many of us assume that BBC Sherlock is planned as a classical 5 act story. Will Mofftiss manage to adapt the plot without loosing quality? I feel like they had such a good plan and now I’m scared. But still, I think it is best to make Johnlock canon in series 4 than in series 5 - that’s much better then the prospect of the show getting cancelled after series 4 and therefore never having canon johnlock at all.
Also, this throws a whole new light on Moffat’s warning that “this series could be last”. Because IF they initially did not plan the canon moment in series 4 and are now moving this moment forward in the plot line, THEN the show could actually end. Like: Are they trying to squish series 4 und 5 together into series 4 now? Do you know what I mean? I am just thinking: Are they honestly changing their plan or did they have this plan anyways? I hope so much this was their plan anyways because I would be so sad for them if they had to adapt the stories pace in order to “not be too late”. If they had this plan from the beginning, then I’m not that scared of series 4 being the last one.
Can someone calm me down or has some input on this issue?
Plot: Berthier learns Sailor Mercury’s secret identity while targeting a Crystal Point.
The plot was loosely adapted from Act 16 of the manga.
The character designs slightly changed after the commercial break.
This was the second Ami-centric episode that featured the debut of a new opening animation sequence. The first was episode 27. Masahiro Ando served as the animation director for both of these episodes.
Sparkling Wide Pressure had a different background in this episode.
A move during Ami and Berthier’s chess game was inspired by a play used in the World Chess Championship 1972 match.
There was a new animation sequence for the opening credits.
Dark Water was finally named on screen, but this episode contained its last appearance.
Dark Water Full Power was only seen here.
Although there was others, Chess Tower was the last Crystal Point shown in the series.
DiC’s English dub (titled “Checkmate”):
The body lines on Berthier/Birdy were erased during her purification scene.
How do you feel about the storyline in Pokemon Sun and Moon? Do you think it has a lot of potential to be played around with in the manga?
I do like the SM plot a lot.
That said, Kusaka did say in that ANN interview that he’s going to have to change the plot a lot to make it fit into a manga format better, and due to the games being so plot-heavy this time adapting’s going to be super hard.
Who knows what he’s going to keep and what’s going to be added/cut out. One thing I really hope is that SM gets a second magazine. There’s just so much of Alola that I don’t think one round a month is going to do it. XY just barely made it after it was decided to drop Pokemon Fan in favor of publishing ORAS online.
-wokenews.com: Analysts are still trying to determine if this is a clickbait fake news site or a five year long attempt to adapt the plot of The Silmarillion to star American political figures. -stillsleepingnews.com: This is not technically a fake news site as it accurately reports on current politician’s dreams, even ones that they forgot or told no one. Photographs are, somehow, also included, to literally everyone’s dismay. -therealtruth.news: This site almost gets it, but gets a little confused trying to do the clickbait part, and you won’t must share believe what going viral happens next DESTROYS share!!!!! truefacts.com: This site is just the New York Times, but at the end of every headline and article it adds “…NOT!!!!” superaccuratetruestuff.news.accurate: Okay, to be fair, this is a real news site, but until 2016 calms it down a little, I’m just gonna call this fake and be happy.