portal chronicles

idris or shadowhunter academy? ny institute or la institute? taki’s or the hunters moon? chairman meow or church? stele or seraph blade? bow and arrows or crossbow? jalec or heronstairs? blackstairs or clace? wessa or jessa? tmi, tda or tid? cohf or cp2? george or jessamine? show or movie? rafael or max? the portal or the sensor? the bane chronicles or tales from the shadowhunter academy? the unseelie king or the seelie queen? ty or livvy? mark or helen? malec or haline? sebastian or valentine? the cohort or the clockwork army or the endarkened? the clockwork princess epilogue or the end of lord of shadows?



Doctor Who (Classic and New)

Harry Potter

Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit

Disney (Especially Zootopia)

Nintendo (Mainly Mario, Pokemon, EarthBound, Legend of Zelda, Pikmin, Splatoon, Animal Crossing, Kirby, and Super Smash Bros.)


Sonic the Hedgehog

Over the Garden Wall

Star Wars

Jurassic Park

Ghostbusters (Old and New)

Steven Universe



Star VS the Forces of Evil

The LEGO Movie

Gravity Falls

Wander Over Yonder

Avatar: The Last Airbender/ The Legend of Korra

Stranger Things

Game of Thrones

Adventure Time


Game Grumps


Elder Scrolls


Five Nights at Freddy’s/Sister Location



Drawn to Life

A Series of Unfortunate Events

We Bare Bears

Mad Max


Back to the Future

Team Fortress 2

Rick and Morty

The Nancy Drew Games by Her Interactive

Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared



Buffy the Vampire Slayer

One-Punch Man

American Horror Story

Bob’s Burgers

Normal Boots

Hidden Block

The Wolf Among Us


Left 4 Dead

Star Trek

American McGee’s Alice


Mystery Skulls Animated





The Amazing World of Gumball

Neko Atsume


Monster Factory

Voltron: Legendary Defender

Milo Murphy’s Law

Cucumber Quest



Mission Impossible

The Walking Dead

The Kane Chronicles

Percy Jackson and the Olympians/ Heroes of Olympus

Aesthetics Based on ANY of the Mentioned Fandoms

Nature Pics

Space Pics

or If You’re a Roleplay Blog (My Roleplay Blog is @zootopiahustle)


I don’t know if anyone else has done this before but here goes.

The pink dimension that connects Lion’s mane and Lars’ hair reminded me of the Wood between the Worlds in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew. It’s a world composed of a forest where you can submerge in the many ponds to be transported to other worlds, while holding a special ring.
The mechanics are different but the basic concept is the same. The imagery is so powerful it stayed with me all these years.

I suppose it’s a much larger, authorless idea though. The Nightmare Before Christmas and Spyro also come to mind. Does anyone remember other examples?

Looking for blogs to follow

My dash is dead until America wakes up so I’m looking for some Australian timezone blogs to follow, so reblog/like if you post : 

Funny shit/memes

star wars, dc, marvel, power rangers

Any Video games, mainly the Witcher, Warframe, Dark Souls, Overwatch, WoW, Portal, Valkyria Chronicles, Mario (any and all of them), The Legend of Zelda, Kirby, Yoshi, Fire Emblem, Kingdom Hearts, Guild Wars 2, Mass Effect trilogy, The Elder Scrolls Pokemon

Anime, mainly Tokyo Ghoul, One Punch Man, Assassination Classroom, Kill la kill, D-Frag, Attack on Titan, Haikyu!!

TV Shows, like Doctor Who, Game of Thrones and Brooklyn 99, Supernatural


artists of any kind

Or you know if you’re bisexual ill follow you out of Principle.

i dont generally do ships

basically if you post anything ever


PLEASE head over to the Riftworld Kickstarter to see this hilarious short film be expanded into something larger. Fan support is what’s getting it turned into a webseries and with our continued support it could go even further (I’d like to see a TV show of it one day).

Genres of Fantasy

When most people hear the word fantasy, the first thing that pops into their minds is High Fantasy (Lord of the Rings, The Wheel of Time). But what we often forget, is that there are so many more genres, which is something I am going to explore now!

Be warned this is a pretty lengthy guide, and I incorporated 31 Genres of fantasy. Feel free to ask me any specific questions you might have! I hope this was helpful to some of you guys!

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anonymous asked:

In a book I'm plotting my protagonist from Earth accidentally stumbles upon a completely different (fantasy) world. I'm afraid this already sounds cliche, how would I go about making this work?Thanks and love the blog.

Stories like these are portal fantasies, making them a subgenre of fantasy. Therefore, the stumbling onto a fantasy world is not a cliche itself, but how it happens can be cliche.

How did they get there?

There are two different ways characters can find worlds through the portal means:

  • Accidental: Examples include Alice in Wonderland, The Chronicles of Narnia, and Stardust. There are tons of ways characters can accidentally stumble upon another world. They might be looking for something else, they might be chasing something, they might fall into something, an experiment might go wrong, they might take a wrong turn…
  • Shown: Examples include Harry Potter and Peter Pan. In this situation, someone else brings your character to this hidden world through the portal. If your character chases this person and ends up in that world (like Alice in Wonderland), I would classify it as accidental. Your character can also be summoned from a person within the fantasy world.

Now you need to come up with the portal. The portal does not have to be an actual portal. The portal in Peter Pan is flying to the second star on the right, straight on ‘til morning. The portal in The Chronicles of Narnia is the wardrobe. In Harry Potter, it’s the two walls (one to Diagon Alley and one to the train). Some portals can be summoned (Halloween Town II).

Portal Cliches:

  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Mirrors
  • Holes in things (bushes, the ground, etc.)

Cliches and Things to Avoid:

  • The character immediately wants to go back home or spends the whole time trying to get back home.
  • The characters in the fantasy world reflect the characters in the real world.
  • The fantasy world is perfect with maybe one or two villains. Eradicating them restores the fantasy world to perfection.
  • Avoid wish fulfillment.
  • The protagonist becomes the savior of this world despite being an outsider who knows next to nothing about that world.

Things I Don’t See Often in Portal Fantasies:

  • Characters from both worlds travel back and forth.
  • People already know about the portal prior to the beginning of the story.
  • People from the fantasy world come into our world*.
  • The portal is regulated and guarded.
  • There is more than one portal.
  • Our world is the fantasy world*.
  • Traveling through the portal has some side effects on the character (long term or short term).

*There is a difference between these two. In the first one, the story would start in our world and the POV character(s) would be in our world. In the second one, the story would start in the fantasy world and the POV character would travel to our world.

Looking to follow more gaming blogs! Looking for blogs who post:

  • World of Warcraft
  • Minecraft
  • Pikmin**
  • Skyrim (or any Elder Scrolls, but Skyrim has much higher chance)
  • Pokemon
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s
  • Off**
  • Team Fortress 2
  • Kirby
  • Zelda
  • Silent Hill
  • Portal**
  • Final Fantasy (will probably not follow unless there’s Crystal Chronicles)
  • Resident Evil
  • Animal Crossing

** = almost 100% chance to follow
+ bonus points for any assassins creed

reblog/like and i will check out your blog