rebel of the underground

SFW roll: Nat 1 "She's not entirely blind"

Hey There! Same poster from “The Dragon is a very precise creature.” I thought this would be funny enough to put on this blog, but it has a bit of nsfw language involved so warning a bit!

Context: Homebrew campaign and as of now they have gotten a bit deeper into the kingdom of Brightwood, the only kingdom of the game’s main plot. The Redbrands are a group of now reformed and underground rebel army. There is a dragonborn entering the library to find something on a map and need to go through the librarian first.

Me(DM): As you enter the library, you notice it lit with lanterns and candles near every bend, vines and flowers all over the walls.

Dragonborn: “Alright then, pardon me m'am? Can you tell me where the librarian is?”

Me(as the librarian): “Yes, I am her, I am Ms. Soundinghorn.”

Me(ooc): As you talk to her, you notice she is blind, but infact her eyes glow a faint gold. This is a special magic exclusive to her, “Life Sense,” Pretty much she can sense life in a 120 ft. radius, she can tell what it’s shaped like, any details. Pretty much think daredevil.

Dragonborn(ooc): So she could tell if I pull out my-

Me: Yes.

Dragonborn(ooc): Can I? *does it anyways*

Me: She calls it small and to put it away before she calls the town army. Btw, you’re a hero and you’re doing something illegal. Take 5 damage for burn damage.

(After that I sent time backwards so he could try again.)

Danger Days Slang/Words/Terms/etc.

I’ve noticed that there are a lot of interpretations of different DD words, and very few official definitions. So I’ve decided to make a list of what I think everything means. These are all my own interpretations of words/slang, so don’t get mad if it doesn’t agree with what you think. There are a few things in here that I came up with myself.


  • Killjoy - A member of ‘the killjoys’, a disorganized network of gangs fighting against BLi from the zones. All killjoys have strange names which they go by. Each gang has its own name as well, the most well known being the Fabulous Four.
  • Neutral - A non-killjoy resident of the zones.
  • BL/ind - Better Living Industries, a company that has tyrannical control over the people. Also referred to as ‘BLi’.
  • Draculoid - A member of BLi’s SCARECROW unit. Devoid of all emotion, always seen wearing terrifying masks. Act as the city’s police, and BLi’s military. Often shortened to ‘drac’. 
  • Exterminator - Leaders of BLi’s SCARECROW unit. Control the draculoids. Act as investigators, spies, and executioners.
  • SCARECROW - BLi’s police/military unit. Consists of security guards, technological security, draculoids, exterminators.
  • BCU- Battery City Underground. Killjoy-like rebels who work inside of the city, often staking out in ‘underground’ places. Usually act as smugglers of both people and supplies, as well as saboteurs. Led by three unknown men.


  • Battery City - The city controlled by BLi. Only known major civilization left. Devoid of much color, emotion, and freedom. Also called ‘Bat City’ and ‘the city’.
  • Zones - The desert surrounding Battery City, consisting of six areas determined by geographical terrain. There were once more, but were destroyed in bombings by BLi. Mainly where the neutrals and killjoys live, but does contain scattered BLi factories and warehouses.
  • Death Valley - The areas beyond Zone Six. Used to contain farming communities, until the land was destroyed in bombings by BLi.
  • Route Guano - The main road through the zones. A paved, multi-lane road that stretches from Zone One to abandoned factories in Zone Six. Also called the ‘Getaway Mile’.


  • Helium Wars - War in the 1970s fought over the resource of helium. A second war was fought in the late 80s/early 90s between BLi and other civilizations around the world, which all then disappeared.
  • Analog War - A series of large scale fights between the killjoys and BLi during the 90s, beginning towards the end of the second Helium War.
  • Fires of 2012 - A series of large fires in 2012 which were lit by BLi to sabotage the killjoys, but spiraled out of control and burned several neutral establishments and BLi factories and warehouses. BLi claims to not have started them, but to have put them out.
  • Pig Bomb - A bomb dropped in Zone Seven by BLi in 2017, destroying the single farming community there and metaphorically wiping Zone Seven off of the map.


  • Carbons - Form of currency. Consist of flexible plastic bills and hard plastic coins.
  • Batteries - What everything that isn’t run on electricity runs on. Common commodity in the city, harder to get a hold of in certain zones. Have a very long life span. Can be bought from vending machines.
  • Vend-a-hack - Gadgets that can hack vending machines to dispense products.
  • Ray Gun/Laser Gun - A gun that shoots dangerous lasers. Common weapon, used by draculoids, exterminators, and killjoys. Run on special batteries. Occasionally called a ‘zap’.
  • Mousekat - BLi’s mascot for children’s products. Heavily modified versions are often seen in the zones.
  • Phoenix Witch - A goddess worshiped in the zones whose main domain is death. Main deity in a pagan religion.
  • Pornodroid - Androids in the city made specifically for the purpose of sex. Only female models exist.
  • Zine - A magazine, usually small, handmade ones.


  • Crash Queen - A daredevil and/or thrill-seeker with an unhealthy taste for doing things that could easily get them killed.
  • Motorbabies - People who live out of their cars, whether or not they are nomadic. Oftentimes are also gearheads.
  • Gearhead - Someone who is obsessed with cars/mechanical things.
  • Rubberburner - Someone who lives their life too fast, burning through everything. Often tend to drive far too fast and burn out their tires. Tend to also be crash queens.
  • Dust Angel - A resident of the zones, though this term is often only used to refer to young children and the elderly.
  • Pig - Derogatory term for draculoids and exterminators.
  • Zone Rat - Derogatory term for residents of the zones, generally used to refer to killjoys.
  • Zonerunner - People who spend time in the zones but do not live there. Usually BCU smugglers, and other BCU operatives.
  • Ritalin Rat - Drug addict.
  • Clap - A physical fight, usually between a killjoy and a draculoid.
  • Costa Rica - For things to go crazy/become chaotic. (Ex. “Things went all Costa Rica.”)
  • Dust - Dead.
  • Dusted - To kill or to be killed, through any cause.
  • Firefight - A gun fight.
  • Getaway Mile - Route Guano.
  • Ghost - To kill.
  • Ghosted - To kill or to be killed, generally through murder.
  • Hit the Red Line - To run away, usually from a bad situation/home life.
  • Shiny - Awesome or cool.
  • Tumbleweed - Someone who wanders the zones, living a nomadic lifestyle, having no home. Oftentimes are killjoys, but there are some bands of neutrals who choose to live nomadically, generally for religious purposes.

A Game of Stars

Jonsa • Star Wars AU

Read: here (Tumblr) or here (AO3)!

Sansa Stark may not be Force-sensitive, but having one of the most powerful Force lineages in the galaxy makes for a charmed life. Growing up on Alderaan, Sansa has little to worry about besides her sister’s pranks, the quick temper of her fiancé Joffrey, and the growing rumors of a rebellion against the Targaryen Empire.

That all ends when Ned Stark, one of the Empire’s most trusted lords, is revealed to be a rebel himself. House Stark is stripped of its lands and power and Ned is taken to Coruscant as a hostage, while the rest of the once-great family is banished from the Core Worlds. Sansa is horrified to be leaving her home in disgrace, but her family isn’t done with the rebellion. There’s another secret Ned Stark has been keeping to protect his children from becoming weapons of the Empire: the Stark children are, in fact, Force-sensitive.

Sansa finds herself living on the frozen wasteland of Hoth, a planet devoid of life except for fearsome creatures like tauntauns, direwolves, and underground rebels. All she wants is to be back in Alderaan, not helping the rebel army and training to use the Force—no matter how much she loves the Jedi knights from old songs. But while her siblings have their own Force gifts, none of them can manipulate the thoughts of others as well as Sansa, making her invaluable to the rebels.

Jon Targaryen is more than just the Mad Emperor’s grandson being groomed to take the Kyber Throne: he’s an imperial general who uses the Force to command Rhaegal, one of the galaxy’s three legendary dragon-class starships. Fearsome in combat, there are whispers that he wields his red lightsaber like a flaming sword as he leads his elite stormtrooper unit Blizzard Force into battle. Jon, a bastard, was never meant to rule until his siblings were killed by rebels. After their deaths, Jon wants nothing more than to end the rebellion once and for all.

It’s a small galaxy, and secrets don’t stay hidden for long. When the Mad Emperor’s little birds tell him that the Starks are Force-sensitive, he tracks them down, discovering the hidden rebel base on Hoth. He sends Jon and Blizzard Force there with one order: Burn them all. But bring the Stark children to Coruscant.

It’s time for the two most powerful Force bloodlines in the galaxy to merge.

Ooooo this one started really strong but then a serious cold and a bottle of NyQuil happened.  Brain not work good now on pretty pictures. 

But I always wished the Rebels/smuggler/the underground criminal element was explored more and with a touch more uh … grit.  I mean, I know it won’t (save for GMs running “Edge of the Empire” games) cuz Star Wars ain’t Bebop or Firefly but .. eh.  I can dream.

cw: smoking

artist: @badgertastical

Badlands || Soulmate!AU Chan

Originally posted by guksuu

GENRE: soulmate!au, dystopian!au, prince!au

WORDS: 6265

BLURB: In this world, soulmates are born with half of a mark somewhere on their bodies which slowly light up when they come to stand by each other. However, in an attempt to keep the castes in place, the government rebranded everyone with new soulmate marks – barcodes – that work the same way but their new “soulmates” will only ever be people from the same caste.

“They’re only going to get stronger if we remain on the defence!” The King’s voice reverberated through the heavy oak door, echoing down the hallway. “We need to start attacking and squash their forces now!

The anger in his father’s voice made Chan step away from the door but it didn’t shock him. Things have been tense since two summers ago, when the rebels first showed themselves. They have been pushing the boundaries ever since, coming down from the mountains and occupying the Badlands, the buffer region between the Lee Kingdom and the rebels’ own exiled territories. They’ve went past the city walls too, slithering underground like rats in the sewers and exploiting old mining tunnels that had once been used to transport minerals from the caves down to the city. It was only a matter of time before the rebels tired of simple theft and rebel graffiti. Rumour had it that there were already over a hundred safe-houses mushrooming around the kingdom, and the people’s loyalties were swaying. The officials were getting antsy and Chan’s father, the highest ranking official around, was the antsiest of them all.

Chan decided it was time to move on, leaving the great War Room behind and continuing his journey down the hallway. There was no one around. His quiet steps echoed in the emptiness. Even as he descended the stairs to the back garden where one of the castle exits was, no guards stopped to greet him. In fact, there were no guards about at all. Castle security had been lax ever since more and more men were sent to patrol the Walls. Not that it mattered – the rebels were still evading capture somehow. His father’s words from a few days ago rang in Chan’s ears, “If anyone is caught harbouring these rebels or assisting them in any way, they will be arrested and executed immediately.”

Chan carefully unlocked the garden gate, looking furtively around. When he was satisfied no one was watching he slipped outside.

It could just be the placebo effect but Chan felt the sunshine was warmer out here than it was inside. The alley he was on was also quiet and void of people, but it was different somehow, the sounds and sights up ahead creating a sort of ambience that was absent from the emptiness within the castle walls. Crowds pleased him and he enjoyed being able to walk about without the responsibility of being his father’s son heavy on his shoulders. No one seemed to realize he was a prince and treated him like everyone else.

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Based losely on this fic!

On another world a cataclysmic disaster shatters the staunch Man of Steel causing him and the former League to take control of the planet. Only Batman is left with an underground group of rebels and a fluxing portal to another, safer, world.

I was experimenting with fake screencaps to make a series on screenies based on a roleplay my gf and I have on DC and Marvel characters. ;v;

You should go and read the fic, it’s great! It takes place in the Injustice Universe.

I was watching Markiplier’s Silly.TIFF video, and when it got to the clip with Hotep, I was like, “oh my god that’s Sonic Underground”.
Which led to me listening to some of the music again. And then I wanted to draw Sonia and Manic. So today at work I doodled the sketch for this and finished it up digitally in about 5 or so hours.
While the cartoon itself may not exactly be very good, I still like the main concept behind it of Sonic having siblings that have to find their mother in order to stop Robotnik. I think it could be kinda neat if they sort of redid it but replaced the music concept with something a bit more up to date. Hence why I included the Chaos Emeralds.

I also tweaked the designs of Sonia and Manic a little because the skin tight clothes didn’t really work in this style and Manic’s Mickey hands always bugged me.

So… Yeah.

BTW, if you’ve never seen the show, Someday is the song they play in the first episode.

hottokatratzi  asked:

In Rothenberg's interview on IGN this morning, he comments on Bel and Gina's relationship being a mistake they made in the story, and also how he is excited to bring Bel and Clarke together again after years of independent growth. Do these comments ease your fears of another Gina-situation? I feel like they will have a hard time pulling something like that off a second time.

I actually never had a problem with Gina and Bellamy. I am not afraid of Clarke and Bellamy having relationships while they are not together and I never have been. If Bellamy has relationships on the ring, it makes sense to me. 

I don’t see it as being permanent, or lasting. Just because I really do believe that the story they are telling is endgame Bellarke. And that hasn’t changed. They’re just starting it over again with the separation and reunion. Look. I LOVE Persuasion. Is it the story I wanted here? No. But it’s not my story.

This is interesting though

To me, that’ll be part of the fun of it, putting Clarke and Bellamy back together when Bellamy has been a leader in his own right, if that’s his story, for six years on the Ark. Likewise, Octavia and Bellamy coming back together when she’s been forced to lead in a way that may or may not be something he approves of by the time they come back together. I think it’ll be fascinating and that’s the challenge for us, creatively, to have them feel like the same people, understand how they got that way, perhaps by including some flashback storytelling into the six year time gap, and keeping it fresh moving forward. [x]

You see this? He is “putting Clarke and Bellamy back together” only this time, he’s the authority and she’s the lone wolf rebel. Interesting. And how will Octavia rule underground? 

I do think that this will only be the set up. He’s not going to give away his story too soon, so we’re going to see some political struggles, alliances change, and getting to know each other again as adults who have had very different lives these past 6 years. “if that’s his story.”  

(side note. How the hell does eric goldman review a show that is about the relationship between Clarke and Bellamy (so says JR himself) and never once talk about the relationship between Clarke and Bellamy? Hmm. Do you think a professional media journalist might have MISSED a few important points of the show these last few years? Did it go over his head? Was he, perhaps, hmm biased? ohh well saying that felt good. who’s delusional?)


There are quite a few new releases this week and I’m excited for several of them.

27 Hours (The Nightside Saga #1) by Tristina Wright
Entangled: Teen

Rumor Mora fears two things: hellhounds too strong for him to kill, and failure. Jude Welton has two dreams: for humans to stop killing monsters, and for his strange abilities to vanish.

But in no reality should a boy raised to love monsters fall for a boy raised to kill them.

Nyx Llorca keeps two secrets: the moon speaks to her, and she’s in love with Dahlia, her best friend. Braeden Tennant wants two things: to get out from his mother’s shadow, and to unlearn Epsilon’s darkest secret.

They’ll both have to commit treason to find the truth.

During one twenty-seven-hour night, if they can’t stop the war between the colonies and the monsters from becoming a war of extinction, the things they wish for will never come true, and the things they fear will be all that’s left.

27 Hours is a sweeping, thrilling story featuring a stellar cast of queer teenagers battling to save their homes and possibly every human on Sahara as the clock ticks down to zero.

Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore
Feiwel & Friends

Love grows such strange things.

For nearly a century, the Nomeolvides women have tended the grounds of La Pradera, the lush estate gardens that enchant guests from around the world. They’ve also hidden a tragic legacy: if they fall in love too deeply, their lovers vanish. But then, after generations of vanishings, a strange boy appears in the gardens.

The boy is a mystery to Estrella, the Nomeolvides girl who finds him, and to her family, but he’s even more a mystery to himself; he knows nothing more about who he is or where he came from than his first name. As Estrella tries to help Fel piece together his unknown past, La Pradera leads them to secrets as dangerous as they are magical in this stunning exploration of love, loss, and family.

Akata Warrior (Akata Witch #2) by Nnedi Okorafor
Viking Books for Young Readers

A year ago, Sunny Nwazue, an American-born girl Nigerian girl, was inducted into the secret Leopard Society. As she began to develop her magical powers, Sunny learned that she had been chosen to lead a dangerous mission to avert an apocalypse, brought about by the terrifying masquerade, Ekwensu. Now, stronger, feistier, and a bit older, Sunny is studying with her mentor Sugar Cream and struggling to unlock the secrets in her strange Nsibidi book.

Eventually, Sunny knows she must confront her destiny. With the support of her Leopard Society friends, Orlu, Chichi, and Sasha, and of her spirit face, Anyanwu, she will travel through worlds both visible and invisible to the mysteries town of Osisi, where she will fight a climactic battle to save humanity.

Much-honored Nnedi Okorafor, winner of the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy awards, merges today’s Nigeria with a unique world she creates. Akata Warrior blends mythology, fantasy, history and magic into a compelling tale that will keep readers spellbound.

Broken Circle by J.L. and M.A. Powers
Black Sheep

Adam wants nothing more than to be a “normal” teen, but his reality is quickly leaking normal. Afraid to sleep because of the monster that stalks him in his dreams, Adam’s breakdown at school in front of his crush Sarah lands him in the hospital.

Now Adam can only vaguely comprehend some sort of future. His mother died when he was only four and his eccentric father—who might be an assassin, a voodoo god, the reincarnation of the Buddha, or something even stranger—is never available when Adam really needs him.

Adam’s life takes an even stranger turn when a fat man with a gold tooth and a medallion confronts his father regarding Adam’s supposed “true destiny.” Adam is soon headed toward a collision with life, death, and the entities charged with shepherding souls of the newly dead, all competing to control lucrative territories where some nightmares are real and psychopomps of ancient legends walk the streets of North America.

Seize Today (Forget Tomorrow #3) by Pintip Dunn
Entangled: Teen

The third book in the New York Times bestselling and RITA award winning Forget Tomorrow series is a thrilling conclusion to an epic trilogy.

Seventeen-year-old precognitive Olivia Dresden is an optimist. Since different versions of people’s futures flicker before her eyes, she doesn’t have to believe in human decency. She can literally see the path to goodness in each person—if only he or she would make the right decision. No one is more conflicted than her mother, Chairwoman Dresden, and Olivia is fiercely loyal to the woman her mother could be.

But when the Chairwoman captures Ryder Russell, a boy from the rebel Underground, Olivia is forced to reevaluate her notions of love and faith. With Ryder’s help, Olivia must come to terms with who her mother is in the present—and stop her before she destroys the world.

Not Your Villain (Sidekick Squad #2) by C.B. Lee

Bells Broussard thought he had it made when his superpowers manifested early. Being a shapeshifter is awesome. He can change his hair whenever he wants, and if putting on a binder for the day is too much, he’s got it covered. But that was before he became the country’s most-wanted villain.

After discovering a massive cover-up by the Heroes’ League of Heroes, Bells and his friends Jess, Emma, and Abby set off on a secret mission to find the Resistance. Meanwhile, power-hungry former hero Captain Orion is on the loose with a dangerous serum that renders meta-humans powerless, and a new militarized robotic threat emerges. Everyone is in danger. Between college applications and crushing on his best friend, will Bells have time to take down a corrupt government?

Sometimes, to do a hero’s job, you need to be a villain.

Pashmina by Nidhi Chanani
First Second

Pashmina tells the story of an Indian-American girl who struggles to fit in at high school, then discovers more about her family’s history with the help of her mother’s magical pashmina.

— Cover images and summaries via Goodrea

Full Analysis Of Thulaz (Thace x Ulaz)

To the person ( @myobsessionsandloves ) who asked about my opinion on it! Thank you so much for asking, to be honest I hadn’t considered the ship too deeply when I first heard a bit about it (although I heard about it from a crusty hate blog that infiltrated my dash, gross!), but I’ve had a lot of fun exploring it!

First and foremost, underrated ship. Only 82 works? As most rare pairs go, most of the works tagged with Thace/Ulaz (on my main bitch archiveofourown) were dominated by a main pairing like Klance or Sheith, usually a ship including Keith! That’s just from scrolling through the five pages and eye balling the tags. Not very thorough, but my tired eyes weren’t about the weed through eighty five works. I did, however, get to reading a few that caught my eye!

Putting the fanfiction aside, however, I can see how some might be skeptical of this ship. They have no interaction during the actual show itself and can only be associated because they’re both well known characters associated with the Blades of Mamora, not to mention they’re both dead. You might think a ship would be impossible, then. On the contrary, death has never stopped the fandom from shipping!

As for compatibility, at least from my view, the Blades or Mamora seem to rely on trust heavily, from the way they’re so extremely wary around people outside of their organization, from the way the rebellion is so incredibly difficult to infiltrate that Keith died because he had a familiar looking knife! Surely, they know each other so well that romantic endeavors are possible, despite having no interaction. Looking at this purely through how their personalities would fair, Thace seems to be more aggressive, hard headed and stubborn while Ulaz possesses those traits <i>to some extent</i>. Those traits in a dimmer light, you might say. He seems to be more collected, calm, but they’re both very loyal and goal orientated.

In a canon compliant setting, I think their relationship would be very difficult since Thace is undercover while Ulaz is an underground rebel. However, there’s a setting I’ve found that their relationship really catches my eye!

My person favorite trope ever: SPACE PARENTS!

Any situation in which Thulaz end up as space dads has my undying love and adoration! Either a modern AU where Thulaz adopts little orphan Keith and raises him as their own (since it’s usually Keith they father), or an AU where Keith is raised to be apart of the Blade of Marmora and Thulaz sort of takes him under their wing as Unofficial space dads! I think it’s the cutest thing to see these parents try and awkwardly raise a child and becoming much closer as a couple because of it. That’s about how far most Thulaz fics go, though. :’>

Another situation that I think they could work, is one where they had a past relationship, but it had to be terminated due to Thace going undercover. Tragic, forbidden love always pulls my heart strings.

On a less serious note, fuck me UP with the fanart! Oh my hod, it seriously got me into this ship because I of course scrolled through Tumblr like a starved animal looking for something to make me invested! MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! I’m contemplating writing a Thulaz fic, now! Of course, they might not have have interaction during the show, but does that really matter? A huge portion of the fabric of the fandom is creativity! For some ships, your creativity just has to stretch a little further. Some people don’t prefer this, find it too nonsensical and difficult. But, it’s my favorite thing about the fandom is bending things so that unlikely situations are more likely to occur!

It’s a creative (albeit a bit wobbly) ship, in short.

Sorry I got so extra about this, but I’m just very passionate about my ships, okay? Also, I might have gunked up on some of my canon info I mentioned because I didn’t have the time to go back and review the times Thace and Ulaz were in the show, sorry! I might edit this later if I get bored on my flight in a few days? But, this is my analysis for now!

10/10 for creativity, 4/10 for canon compliance, 1/10 for popularity, 10/10 for being cute!

Sabine Underground
Sabine Underground

This is for tomorrow’s episode, whatever it may bring. …and also for @izzyovercoffee who keeps enabling me in mandalorian-based silliness!

Children born,
The throne awaits,
Gar Saxon warns,
Of a deadly fate!
Give up your children,
Just give in,
Obey the state.

Sabine Underground!
Sabine Underground!
They made a vow,
Their father will be found!

The Siblings grow,
Learn what’s right,
Leaders of the freedom fight!
They seek their father,
He knows they do,
Is it time?
If he only knew!
Did the darksaber chose true!?  

Sabine Underground!
Sabine Underground!

“I long for my children,
But I have to wait.
To act too soon could seal their fate.”

They made a vow,
Their father will be found,
Sabine Underground!

anonymous asked:

if in the season 3 they decide that mom or dad kogane (if your theory that he is a galra druid is confirmed) make they re appearance, how do you think Keith would react ? Especially if he discover that his father is also galra and druid

I’m going to link back to this post because this is pretty much my biggest gathering of Keith’s parents’ thoughts, and this is kind of establishing my perspective here.

I think that if the bike/shack and the blade are sort of symbolic indications of his relationship with his parents, I think it’s likely Keith is going to connect with his mom first, and it’s going to be, much like his encounter with the Blade, kind of a grim homecoming.

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I asked a bunch of ppl to explain Red Queen to me, pretending I didn't know and from my other account and these were the ones who responded.

Okay, firstly, it’s a young adult novel by Victoria Aveyard.
In this universe, there are people with red blood, and people with silver blood. The silvers consider themselves gods because they have different powers and abilities. (think like, the x-men)
Mare Barrow is a red, and she gets a job at the palace. The palace is currently undergoing Queenstrial. Queenstrial means a lady from each silver high house will fight to be the next queen.
Some stuff happens, and it’s revealed that Mare has powers. She can control lightning.
To cover up this supposedly impossible case, the royal family take her and pose her to be the long lost daughter of some dead general.
That’s basically how it starts, but RQ is great because of so many other things too! I highly recommend reading it :) hope I helped!

Yeah! So it’s set in the distant future in North America where there are two types of people: Red and Silver. Reds have red blood and are like normal humans and Silvers have silver blood and have special powers like superheroes. The Silvers are the ruling class and Reds are seen as inferior because they don’t have powers. The story follows the main character, Mare Barrow, who is Red but discovers she has the ability to manipulate and create electricity. The Silver King and Queen don’t want people to know that a Red could have powers to they try to hush it up by saying she was the lost child of a dead Silver noble. And it just goes from there.

Sure! Red queen takes place a future world where humans have adapted. Some of silver blood while the others have red blood. The silver blooded are very elite and they have magical powers depending on their family (ex-some can control fire, some can control metal, water, plants, some can heal, etc). The red are peasants and are sent off to war st the age of 18 unless they have a job like a seamstress or fisher or something. Mare Barrow is 17 and red without a job so she’s going to be conscripted by her next birthday. She finds out she has magical powers as well even though she’s red blooded and she’s forced to live at the palace with the king and his two sons.

Ooooh boy lol. It’s a 4 book series (only ¾ books are written so far) by Victoria Aveyard. Very basically it’s kinda like racism but instead of skin color it’s blood color? There’s silver blood people who have abilities and are the royals/gods to the red blood people who are normal like you and I and are mass slaughtered by pointless wars and treated as slaves. The main character of the book is Mare Barrow, a born red-blood, who is revealed to have silver abilities. The first book is her being discovered and having to pretend to have silver blood while she stays with the royals and is engaged to one of the princes aka burners aka fire ability. She’s engaged to Maven, but she starts to like his older brother and heir, Cal. Some crazy stuff happens and then it’s book two where Mare works with an underground rebel group fighting for red-equality called the scarlet guard and they find other red blooded people with abilities. More crazy stuff happens and in the third book Mare learns about other countries who have solved the equality problems and they start fighting even harder.

Haha it was fun. 😜😜