lorelei-braddock  asked:

Vielynne :)

  • Abs-ervations and (Ass)ets. 

“Heh. Vielynne is something else. Can’t say I’ve had many friends like her. She’s one who embraces the demons of others, even to oddball Garlean types like myself and Rev. While she’s never seen me at my worst, I’m fairly confident she could handle the storm were it to ever come about. She’s the real deal. What you see is what you get. She doesn’t pull punches and isn’t afraid to hit you with the truth if that’s what you need. It’s a quality that I appreciate, likely more than she realizes. I can’t stand when people walk on eggshells around me, and she never has. She’s gorgeous to boot and I’d be lying if I said the thought to hit that hadn’t run cross my mind a time or two. Who wouldn’t? She’s beautiful and she knows it, and all those tattoos only add to the appeal. Couple that with the nice ass and sass, and you’ve got the package deal. If it weren’t for her relationship to Rev, I’d be all over it. Bro-code stands though, and I’m satisfied with the simple show and tease we got going. It’s fun enough catching her eyes wandering every now and again.”

I mean I guess you could headcanon collegestuck Rose as color-coding her notes and keeping an impeccable notebook that she graciously loans out to her classmates and intimidating everyone with her competence and brilliance but like… have you seen her bedroom. Have you seen how she reacted to her quest.

I’d bet my nonexistent collection of wizard statues that by the end of her first year in college, Rose is one of those people who participates in class discussion constantly and is always willing to debate the readings, but turns in sloppy papers riddled with typos and lacking a coherent structure. She’s the student who has an A+ in participation and an average of 60% on most of the written assignments, mostly from points off due to lateness. If you stopped her and asked her about the prompt for one of her assigned papers, she could give you a verbal treatise about her position on it complete with paragraphs and footnotes, but an hour before it’s due she’s writing fanfiction and getting into arguments on the internet and reblogging aesthetic posts. 

Her classmates think she’s the most intimidatingly smart person in the course. Her friends know she’s a hot mess. Her teachers tell her she has a lot of potential but they don’t think she’s applying herself. They’re all right. 

also i think a big part of eyeball’s character is that she’s starved for attention/affection

And then, when she talks about getting a pearl, aka another gem to lavish attention on her (and i’d bet some gems even develop relationships with their pearls, which is probably what she wants)

someone give her some real love and attention oh gosh