I’ve loved Godzilla since I was 7 years old, I legitimately remember asking my mom if she believed in Godzilla– like as if he actually existed, hiding somewhere out in the ocean, and bless that woman she said “yes” just to keep my imagination flaring. I always knew Santa was mom. But Godzilla was some real shit goddamnit and I knew it.
So anyway Im about to be 25 now, and Godzilla still to this day has me in awe. I love giant monsters and battles. coolest shit ever. so naturally, going into monster hunter I’ve more than once wished that capcom would team up with TOHO and put in a special event quest or something where u can actually hunt Godzilla. (AND THEN CALL THE QUEST "KING OF THE MONSTERS" :D) Much the same way they did special quests in japan where u could get Attack on Titan armor and look just like mikasa and eren, but u had to hunt a giant giant giant duramboros.
Did alot of Black Gravios hunts today for everyone’s urgent quests, and it just reminded me so much of Godzilla with its color, fire beam and general size and slowness.
ANYWAYS. I did a thing. I wish it was real. Hope yall like it. Happy hunting everyone.
Aegon flew above the ranks of his foes upon Balerion, through a storm of spears and stones and arrows, swooping down repeatedly to bathe his foes in flame. Rhaenys and Visenya set fires upwind of the enemy and behind them. The dry grasses and stands of wheat went up at once. The wind fanned the flames and blew the smoke into the faces of the advancing ranks of the two kings. The scent of fire sent their mounts into panic, and as the smoke thickened, horse and rider alike were blinded. Their ranks began to break as walls of fire rose on every side of them. Lord Mooton’s men, safely upwind of the conflagration, waited with their bows and spears and made short work of the burned and burning men who came staggering from the inferno.
The Field of Fire, the battle was named afterward.
Game of Thrones season 7: each character’s strategy, ranked by political science
Sansa had a lot of responsibility this season. She had to maintain the North’s loyalty as Jon was off trying to negotiate with Daenerys, while simultaneously fending off Littlefinger’s scheming. She succeeded brilliantly at both.
Sansa was perhaps the only character who spent time onscreen preparing for the long upcoming winter, managing problems like how people would feed themselves when crops might not grow for years. Her effective stewardship won her the loyalty of the Stark bannermen — an impressive feat for a young woman in a patriarchal society.
Playing off gendered expectations, actually, was vital to her success in the struggle against Lord Baelish. Feminist international relations scholars, like Clark University’s Cynthia Enloe, argue that the international system functions on the invisible, less prestigious work often assigned to women. This is even more true in Westeros, a place where men literally inherit power and alliances are formed through marriage, than it is on modern Earth.
Sansa understood this gendered system, and how it shapes everyone’s expectations, better than anyone. She repeatedly said that she knew what Littlefinger wanted — her body and her hand in marriage — and she was right. She played off Littlefinger’s expectations, letting him believe that she might actually consider allying with him, lulling him into a false sense of security while she quietly schemed against him. By playing off the male belief that a man’s pathway to power was through controlling women, she out-manipulated the show’s most effective manipulator.
That she did it in conjunction with her sister, in defiance of the catfighting trope that Game of Thrones appeared to be setting up, was the cherry on top.
I’ve argued before that the best way to think about the White Walkers, from the human point of view, is as a threat akin to climate change — a massive collective threat that humans were ignoring in favor of petty internal squabbling. Jon, to his immense credit, is the only leader who recognized the enormity of the threat early enough to try to rally others to stop it. He’s kind of a Westerosi Al Gore, only he succeeded in getting to run a country.
So the best way to think about Jon’s mission is through the lens of environmental diplomacy: He needed to convince the world’s leading powers to abandon the internecine struggle over the throne and refocus on the White Walker threat. He didn’t have a ton to work with: The North is a distinctly third-tier power, weaker militarily than both the Targaryen and Lannister alliances and the country most vulnerable to the White Walkers.
Jon may have failed to rally Cersei to his cause, but he succeeded in bringing on Daenerys. And that’s by far the most important, mostly because her dragons and cache of dragonglass represent the only chance humanity has at fending off the White Walker threat. If it weren’t for Jon, humanity would be fundamentally doomed.
The London School of Economics’ Robert Falkner argues that in our world, global environmental agreements only succeed when they have some American buy-in. Because the United States is so dominant in the international realm, controlling so much of the world’s resources, it effectively has veto power over whether an agreement can work.
Daenerys is the American equivalent here, and Jon convinced her to commit 100 percent to the battle in the North. He actually went further than that: By getting Dany to fall for him, he raised the possibility of marriage. Icky incest aside, this gives the North a chance to sit one of its own on the Iron Throne for the first time in Westerosi history. Jon not only built a dominant anti-White Walker coalition but laid the groundwork for a permanent alliance with Westeros’s greatest power.
You stranded on a deserted island with INFINITE ONLY (text ver.)
Sunggyu: He’s the born leader with intelligence, calmness, resourcefulness and sense of responsibilities. You probably got the highest chance to get off the island with him. But until this day will come, you would first have to suffer survive under this annoying strawberry princess’s nagging and blaming. Due the grandpayish and lazy nature of this highness, he wouldn’t lift a single finger, so you’re basically doing all the labor alone under his strict small eyes and complaining. Possible cause of death: nagging.
Dongwoo: On the outside an optimistic and energetic man of nature, who got the stamina and fitness to take care of himself. Actual reality: a chaotic and distracted child, who’s doing the most weird, random and useless shit stuff. You would probably stuck forever on the island, because of his carefreeness. He didn’t want to get out of the island in first place. Possible cause of death: getting bite by a snake, because you tried to save Dongwoo, while he was playing with it.
Woohyun: This hot guy is a gentleman equipped with cooking skills and physical strength (ABS + ARMS + thick thighs, his whole damn body). Unfortunately he’s a whiny emo idiot with no sense of priorities. Obsessed with aegyo. Let’s be honest, you would be suffocated with his cheesiness. Possible cause of death: greasiness.
Hoya: The most reliable and level-headed member with stamina, determination and charisma. All just tough act, is an actual baby. You would hear his dad jokes every moment. Possible cause of death: lame jokes.
Sungyeol: If you want to get out, you should choose this tall jungle queen king. Got the best experience for survival out of all members, so he’s very confident and in his element. There’s still a slight chance that you would die in one of his crazy wild plans or pranks though. Possible cause of death: prank.
Myungsoo: A hardworking and determinated cute boy with carpenter skills; never gives up. However got a super clumsy and clingy nature.You would die because you can’t stop staring at his handsome face. Possible cause of death: visuaL.
Sungjong: The second most experienced and level-headed member. His weakness: no stamina and physical strenght + too fabulous to touch dirt. Since you worship him and his fabness, you would do all the work. Possible cause of death: fabness + overwork.
with the help of mutuals I summarized (their rankings, which are hilarious and interessting lol) and analyzed the chance of you getting out of a deserted island with the infinite members LOL
Summary: War is boiling in the Fire Kingdom as the days until the wedding draw near.
Author’s Note: X is a link to music or a clip which matches with the scene.
Word Count: 6697
Warnings: Blood (In later parts), Smut (in later parts)
“What the hell happened out there, Erlich? You were meant to destroy half of their supplies and their men with that attack and all you did was kill a few horses and some low-ranking soldiers!” spat King Ruiji. The Court of the Fire Kingdom was in session, every week they met, mostly to go over plans and see how the situation looked in the various provinces of the Fire Kingdom.
The night air was cool against your bare skin as the rest of
your body soaked in the bath water. You leaned against the edge and stared up
at the moon, looming above your world as you imagined yourself in the
spotlight. You breathed in the fresh air and let out a sigh as you sunk further
into the water with just your fingertips holding onto the edge.
On nights like these you liked to have the bath all to
yourself than sharing it with the other girls. So you could gaze up at the
night sky, counting away at the stars and drinking in the light the moon
“How long do you plan on letting your body shrivel up in the
You let out a sigh before turning around, spotting your
close friend and coworker standing at the entrance of the bath with folded arms
and a smirk on her lips.
You leaned your back against the edge and looked across the
wide bath, listening to the fountains take in water to filter it back in. You
let your arms float up before reaching for the flower petals all around you and
played with them between your fingers. “I don’t want to get out yet.”
“Well you have to, head mistress has work for us.”