set goddess

3

For it is in passing that we achieve immortality. Through this, we become a paragon of virtue and glory to rise above all. Infinite in distance and unbound by death, I release your soul, and by my shoulder, protect thee.
—-
(Here’s the Pyrrha goodies I promised…I really wanted to memorialize her. ❤️)

Monday 24th July 2017.

There’s an angry mob outside the Supergirl studios. Actress, and cast mom, Chyler Leigh has to push her way through to get to set.

She spots LGBTQ+ warrior Floriana Lima on set sending tweet after tweet. Chyler nearly has a heart attack. ‘Floriana, you’re on Twitter?!’

Floriana looks up, bags under her eyes. It’s obvious that she hasn’t slept in a while - she hasn’t, in fact, she’s been tweeting all night. ‘Damage control, babe,’ she says before returning to her phone.

Chyler nods and keeps walking, only to be stopped by Jeremy Jordan and Melissa Benoist running frantically across set. The Irish Goddess, Katie McGrath is in hot pursuit, clutching a chair in her hands WWE style.

‘What the??’ Chyler mutters to herself before advancing. She sees her new castmate Odette Annable in the fetal position by a wall. Chyler rushes over. ‘Odette, sweetie, what’s wrong?’

Odette looks at her, eyes wide and traumatized. ‘C-comic-con,’ she stutters.

2

EAST ASIAN MYTHOLOGY MEME:

[9/9] CHINESE GODS AND GODDESSES | PAN JINLIAN

Pan Jinlian [潘金蓮] is a protagonist in the Chinese classic novel Jin Ping Mei (The Plum in the Golden Vase), and a minor character in the Water Margin, another classic. A well-known figure in Chinese culture, she represents the quintessential adulterous wife, and has become the patron goddess of brothels and prostitutes.

Pan Jinlian was the wife of Wu Dalang, whose younger brother, Wu Song, eventually became one of the major marsh rebels and a most memorable hero. While Wu Song was a handsome, stout and tall young man, Wu Dalong was an unsightly dwarf, making a living by peddling bread. Pan Jinlian, young, beautiful and graceful, was always jeered by neighbors as “a flower planted in a cow’s dung.”

Pan, dissatisfied with her marriage, has an extramarital affair with Ximen Qing, a handsome womanizer in town. Wu Dalang learns of the affair, but Pan and Ximen murder him by adding poison to his food. They bribe the coroner to conceal the true cause of his death. Wu Song grows suspicious of his brother’s death and carries out his own investigations to eventually discover the truth. Wu Song takes the law into his own hands in revenging his brother after his failure to bring the case to a corrupt court: he slays Pan Jinlian and her lover.

4

every time lexa says clarke’s name: 32/?