I feel like Anora is such an underrated character. She’s easy to dislike –my Warden was not super fond of her either. But she has all the qualities people love in men, and hate in women. And she’s competent. And competent women are my asthetic.
A moment of silence for the woman who took on Horus Lupercal and almost won
So I was reading Vengeful Spirit and came across this badass general who is an extremely underrated character imo. She leads the Imperial forces at Molech against the full might of the Sons of Horus and the Death Guard led by their respective primarchs. She has very few Space Marines on her side (some 400 strong force of Ultramarines and Blood Angels) and her mortal Imperial Army forces. That against a force of nearly 270,000 Traitor Marines lead by freaking primarchs with their entire fleets, Titan Legions, Demons, Demon-posessed elite traitor marines etc.
She fucking holds the line against all this. She handles her forces in such a way that the Imperials were actually grinding down the traitor forces. Hell, her forces were close to killing Abaddon and Aximand. However, ultimately she was betrayed from within by the leader of the Knight Houses.
Sadly, this is her ultimate fate:
”When the loyalist Imperator Titan Paragon of Terra was destroyed by the treacherous House Devine, Tyana’s tank was thrown through the air and she emerged badly injured. Her last sight was that of Horus and Mortarion declaring victory before Jungle Beasts herded by the Death Guard fell upon her. Her body was taken by the Sons of Horus as a trophy and nailed to a Contemptor Dreadnought.”
I love the fandom’s devotion and love toward Ahsoka. Like I am always sad that because she wasn’t in the preuqles a good chunk of the fandom won’t regard her as important as the trio. But like, seeing so much fanart, metas and discussion about Ahsoka on my dash and in the tags just makes me happy. We give her the justice she deserves because she’s such an amazing, sometimes underrated character! like long story short, I like how the fandom keeps her alive despite her not being in the prequels. like the fandoms love for her gives me life.
what she means:
calhoun's backstory was programmed in order to make her a tortured brooding hero type and keep her from ever being happy and she essentially spat in its face by finding love and making friends without her personality doing a complete 180 and without her mental illness being cured as part of her character arc she is so underrated
What she means: Josephine Montilyet is one of the best and most interesting characters in Dragon Age yet she’s not regarded as such in the series. People paint her as lackluster and boring when she’s had a full life filled with adventure. She grew up in a noble family in Antiva and became a bard at a young age but left the occupation after ending someone’s life at the fault of the Game. Following her time as a bard, she worked her way up to becoming the Chief Ambassador from Antiva to Orlais, familiarizing herself with Orleasian politics and culture. Josephine was recruited to the Inquisition and dedicated all of her time to making sure the organization succeeded. The Ambassador is one of the most hard-working, dedicated characters in the series. Not only that, but she remains kind-hearted and principled even when dealing with the most difficult of people. More so than others, she is also resourceful and works to ensure a proper solution to all and any problems. (And she can end marriages by placing a glove in the wrong place! Josie also ends up working with the House of Repose - a house full of assassins - post Trespasser!) Josephine deserves more recognition and respect, as she is incredibly underrated, and quite possibly one of the most simplified characters by the fandom in Dragon Age.
While watching, I always thought she was extremely underrated in this film. Even though her character doesn’t have much screen time, I felt she did a magnificent job with that role. And she gives one of the best lines in the movie, which makes watching this movie all the more enjoyable.
<b>What she says:</b> im fine<p/><b>What she means:</b> sansa stark is a perfect example of how a woman doesn't need to have masculine traits to be a strong female character and you can be feminine and like pretty things and still be respectable and independent and she is so underrated as a character and doesn't deserve all the hate she gets and we need more characters like her in mainstream media.<p/></p>