probably even better

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tag yourself im lance

well tbh this is what im trying to scream at keith after s4 so technically lance is i

this is after lance finds out about the end of the last ep (somehow)

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An assignment for our vis 2 class! I wanted to take a spin on how @cencat‘s paladin, Orzie, and my bard, Sythril meet in our D&D campaign. It was a lot to stuff in 4 pages but I think I did it okay! 

this is really weird for me because I started this tumblr when I was in high school in like 9th or 10th grade or something and now I’m in college and I’m so different and this blog has been there with me and now somehow has half a million people following it

I remember being so excited whenever one of my posts got a couple hundred notes or so way back in the beginning lol thank you so much for anyone that’s still following me throughout these years or even if you’re a new follower! I don’t know why anyone ever thought it was a good idea to let me have any semblance of influence but I love you all very much thank you

Musicals As Theatre Kids

Wicked: the one who can sing but can’t act for the life of them. they’re obsessed with classic musicals like The King and I and The Sound of Music and would sell their soul to play Maria. gets those small parts with scattered solos and is the light of everyone’s life.

Hamilton: the one who’s really eccentric, always yelling and singing at the top of their lungs, and is brave enough to argue with the director. everyone hates them and loves them 50/50 and they somehow get a big part in every show.

Heathers: the one who acts like an emo/alternative kid outside of rehearsal but inside becomes a dedicated broadway-worthy star, and is really, really good. perfect voice, perfect acting. listens to p!atd on iTunes and cast recordings on Spotify. gets all the leads.

Dear Evan Hansen: the one who is the most amazing actor and will probably win a tony someday, but is just a meh singer. never talks to anyone but their best friend, who is definitely Heathers. gets a supporting role usually.

Falsettos: gay, gay, gay, gay, gay. whether a girl or a boy, really gay and really dedicated. overdoes it sometimes but is a sweet little marshmallow backstage. best friends with Wicked. always gets the villain, somehow.

Legally Blonde: never listens to the director and acts out all the time, doesn’t really take shows seriously but loves them all the same. the director hates them even though they can kind of act. they can’t sing, though. seriously can’t sing. they have a huge ego and know it. get small parts that they make the best of.

In The Heights: lives far away and never really talks to anyone. very smol. super quiet and is always being yelled at by the director for it, poor thing. always works on homework at break and lip–synchs to everybody else singing showtunes. Wicked and Falsettos take pity on them and take them in. no one really knows how they act but they can sing really well and get smallish parts.

Be More Chill: very laid–back and friendly once you get to know them, though they appear pretty brooding. tells everyone they’re straight whilst being a questioning bisexual crushing on Falsettos. same level of acting and singing, which is basically getting there but needs some work. gets supporting roles and occasionally leads.

The Book of Mormon: has no chill at all. famously yelled “FUCK YOU YOU PIECE OF SHIT” at the director once. can sort of act but can’t connect with other actors to create realistic scenes. they’re belting is some good shit. surprisingly nice to the few friends they have. the director hates them and admires them at the same time and they usually get a lead or supporting role.

Waitress: so nice. so. nice. kind of hates themself though, which is depressing because they’re perfect in every single way and deserve the world honestly. Falsettos and Dear Evan Hansen both have a crush on them. really talented and outgoing and a great dancer. honestly their only flaw is their self–doubt, and they would probably perform even better with more confidence. usually gets a lead.

EDIT: for those of you wondering I’m definitely Dear Evan Hansen. aside from the “winning a tony” part. I wish.

BNHA au where there is no All for One, and All Might just has some generic super strength quirk that his son, Izuku, inherits as well.

He and his wife, Inko, used to be a super successful superhero duo, but after she became pregnant with Izuku, Inko decided to quit the superhero business for good, since it never really suited her in the first place.

She becomes a stay at home mom for a few years, but when Izuku starts going to school, she decides to take over managing the business side of her husband’s hero agency.

Izuku grows up running through the halls of the agency, begging hugs and sweets from the sidekicks that are always coming and going.

(His favourite is his father’s number one sidekick, Sir Nighteye, who’s kinda weird, but super loyal to his dad and always willing to take pictures and videos of All Might for Izuku to scrapbook, and he’ll tell Izuku all kinds of stories of all the villains he and All Might have fought in the past. He doesn’t seem to have a family, but he always comes and spends holidays with the Midoriyas, so that’s okay.)

During interviews and the like, All Might will gush about his lovely family for as long as anyone will let him, and thanks to that, the entire nation has seen Izuku’s embarrassing baby photos.

Izuku is 7 when his father becomes a part time teacher at UA, so Izuku stops running through the halls of his father’s agency (which he knows like the back of his hand, probably better than even his parents) and starts exploring this new and glorious place.

He’s never there during the day, because he has his own classes to attend, but the students get used to the freckly little guy just bursting into their clubrooms and disrupting practices. 

They get used to him cheering them on in his high pitched little voice.

They get used to finding him sleeping in the oddest places, or seeing various teachers carrying him down the hall like a sack of potatoes while he glares sullenly at anyone who catches his eye.

Izuku is 8 when he meets Iida Tenya, when both their parents are off fighting some big bad villain, and the 23-year-old Tensei, who isn’t yet allowed to fight villains of that magnitude, babysits them.

The two are already completely inseparable by the time they meet Todoroki Shouto a few months later, and forcefully drag him into their clique.

Izuku is 13 when he starts going to conventions cosplaying as his own father, just because he can’t get enough of the stupefied looks on people’s faces when he takes off his mask, only to reveal All Might’s son.

Izuku is 15 when he starts attending UA - he’s comfortable in his own skin, he has two amazing best friends with whom he’s attached at the hip, and two amazing girls (Uraraka and Yaoyorozu) soon to join their little clique.

Izuku is 15 when he meets Bakugou Katsuki, and he looks at the anger in the boy, the pride, and he pities him, that he never had adults around like Izuku’s parents to teach him to manage his ego.

Izuku is 15 when he notices how uncomfortable Momo and Ochako (and indeed all the girls in their class) are around one of their male classmates - Minoru Mineta. He sees the predatory smiles the boy sends their way, sees the way he harrasses them. And there’s no way Izuku’s about to let that happen in his school, and especially not in a course for heroics. 

Izuku is 15 when he reports the boy to the principal for sexual harrassment, and a few months later, after one too many warnings, Mineta is transferred to the General Education department (with one more warning before expulsion), and Shinsou Hitoshi joins their class in his place.

Izuku is 15 when really starts noticing how miserable Shouto always is to return to his home, how he sometimes has bruises and burns and scrapes that have nothing to do with any of their classes.

Izuku is 15 when Shouto starts sleeping over at his and Tenya’s houses more often than he does at home.

Izuku is 15, and it’s summer break, and he and his parents finally decide to clear out one of the rooms in their house they’d been using for storage, and convert it into a bedroom for his best friend.

Izuku is 16 and he’s about to start his second year at UA, and he has butterflies in his stomach. Because he and his class had become so tight-knit over the past year, and he knows some of them will be in his class again this year, but it won’t be the same, especially not without Aizawa-sensei as their teacher.

Izuku is 16 and when he arrives at school for his first day as a second year, he opens the door to find all his classmates from the previous year. They’re all staring at him with the same wide, delighted expression he knows he must have on his face as well.

Izuku is 16 when the door slides open a moment later, and he never thought he’d be so happy to hear Aizawa barking at them all to get to their seats. UA is changing its policy, he informs them. In order to foster a stronger bond between classmates and their teachers, Izuku and his classmates will all be staying together for the entirety of their three years at UA.

Izuku is 17 when he graduates UA, with top grades and countless offers to work as a sidekick at the agencies of various pros. He has 19 amazing brothers and sisters, who had helped turn him into the person he is today.

Izuku is 17 when the number 1 hero, All Might, presents him with his high school diploma. And if All Might’s eyes are just a little glossy with unshed tears, no one mentions anything.

as I’ve been gently descending into real hockey hell lately, I came across the anecdote that a certain famous rl candian hockey forward used to go to local pick up games, but he was so good that they made him play goalie so that the opposing team would have a chance.

when you combine this with my headcanon (for my bitty-navigates-his-early-20′s fic that i may or may not ever write) that bitty joins a local beer league after he moves to Providence….you get…

Bitty is thrilled when he discovers a local rec league in Providence. He’s missed being out on the ice and it sounds like a great way to make some friends. Even better, there’s no checking allowed. He signs up right away.

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Done… FINALLY … I don’t have to stare at this anymore… ohwait this is my business card design for the upcoming convention.. nvm….  눈‸눈

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15.06.17 ~ 30°C ☀️ 

 Hey, I’m back! 

Finals are officially over!! These are all the flashcards I used to prepare for exams throughout the semester. I’m so glad school is over lol. Even though I still have no idea what to do with my life (career wise), I’m excited to see what the next school year brings. Senior year here I come~

🎧 There’s nothing holdin’ me back- Shawn Mendes

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hp character doodles - bellatrix lestrange (née black)

”…a woman with thick, shining dark hair, long eyelashes and heavily hooded eyes… was sitting in the chained chair as though it were a throne…”

Headcanon

Headcanon that, years after the Civil War, the ex-Avengers are brought back for one reason or another. But their status has changed. Steve isn’t in charge anymore, none of them are, and they struggle to find their place in this new order of things, with teammates who treat them with varying degrees of hostility. 

They demand to see Tony when things first start not to go their way, and are told in no uncertain terms by a very unimpressed Peter and Kamala that he’s got much better things to do than to cater to their every whim. 

Then comes the first day they have to put in an apparition together, just the old team, to show a united front even though they’ve barely had a glimpse of Tony since their return, and they certainly haven’t forgiven him either. It’s a public thing, something for the general masses. And they think that they’ll be fine, at least the public will be on their side. 

Except their reception is lukewarm at best. 

But when Tony comes in… When he walks onto the stage, wearing a fantastic black suit and a crimson tie… 

The crowd goes wild. They rise, and they scream his name, a chant almost. But it’s not “Iron Man” they chant, no. 

It’s “Tony.” 

Because it’s Tony who stood up for the people. It’s Tony who fought and almost died to protect their interests. It’s Tony who signed first when told they didn’t feel safe anymore. 

And they love him for it.