ship it ralph

anonymous asked:

Wait, you ship with Ralph from Wreck It Ralph? :O what's your SI like there? (also all your faves are problematic on accounts of how they aren't in the right world to be hugging you right now? how dare)

I love Ralph!!! He is truly my Disney Prince!!!

I never fleshed out a character for his universe but she’d probably be some kind of princess npc. Like in a game where the hero has to save her from a castle and she’s super bored and tired of it. She has no feelings for the prince in the game, in fact he’s probably like, mlm and they’re just friends.

Since all the games sort of know each other I think she’d have a crush on Ralph cause he’s sort of stuck in the same situation of having to play a role he’s tired of. So they’d understand each other and visit each other a lot. She’d be Ralph’s first friend before all the stuff in the movie happens and I definitely hyper impose her into being part of the movie events.

She loves Vanellope thats like her daughter!!! And she has a small crush on Calhoun just cause she’s super cool. Her and Felix are good friends friends too but not until after the movie stuff cause she didn’t like the way Felix and the apartment people treated Ralph.

I wish I was home cause I have a huge Ralph plush and some cute toys of him I love him a lot

Cute 100% canon things from the wreck-it ralph wii game

-Ralph, Calhoun, and Felix watch the Sugar Rush roster race regularly!

-Felix sings when he’s sad!

-Felix had a Nana that would give him advice!

-Felix literally thinks about Calhoun 24/7!

-Calhoun tips Felix’s hat over his eyes as a greeting!  


don’t tell me newt scamander isn’t the jalph lovechild and credence barebone isn’t the rogermon one

Hiro’s Duty, a Big Hero 6 Wreck-it-Ralph fanfiction by kiwiinama-chan. Find it at

Chapter I:
Chapter II:

Rating: Teen (for violence, mild language, gore,)
OTPs: Tadashi x Honey Lemon, Rancis x Candlehead, Hiro x Vanellope (WARNING! Vaniro is OPTIONAL! Their relationship is written to be interpreted as either platonic or romantic, so it’s really up to the reader.)

To rattle of my thank you’s,
All of my proof readers who got sucked into the story! Mika, Steven, Nehemiah, Gabrielle, and Abi, this would be such a mess if you guys hadn’t read it through first. Thank you so much!
To my parents, who spurred on my writing skills, thank you!
To @tsutei-kousen157 who did my lovely and gorgeous cover!!! AAAH! Thank you! It turned out epic!!!
And last but not least, to my sister, who gave me this idea in the first place, even though she hates Big Hero 6. Thank you bunches.

Rivalry More Like Sexual Tension, or The Jalph Essay

I wrote this mess for my English class and turned it in enjoy

The concept of human relationships has existed for thousands of years, yet still continues to fascinate people in real life and in literature. There are several types of relationships but all vary in form and habitually appear in unexpected places. In William Golding’s 1954 novel, Lord of the Flies, a group of boys crash land on a remote island and are forced to form their own society while waiting for rescue. Throughout the book, two of the main characters, Jack and Ralph, share an unusual connection constantly ranging from more than friendly liking to sexual tension to unrequited feelings. Their relationship culminates in a bitter power struggle ultimately causing the downfall of an attachment which could have evolved far beyond its final destination. Jack and Ralph are an ill-fated young couple who illustrate the effects of a certain aspect of human nature- the survival instinct- on interpersonal relationships.

Jack and Ralph originally have an amount of chemistry going beyond what is considered “friendly.” When they first meet, they look at each other with “a shy liking” (23). Both boys, specifically Ralph, prove themselves completely comfortable around others, yet once they interact with each other, they suddenly become shy. Although most of their association bases on emotional rather than physical attraction, Ralph briefly demonstrates how impressed he is by Jack during their first meeting; “[Jack’s] grey shorts were sticking to him with sweat. Ralph glanced at them admiringly,” (23). Jack and Ralph have outgoing, commanding personalities, and from the beginning they seem evenly matched, with plenty of potential for evolution. For the first few weeks, they tend to fumble, blush, and stutter their way through conversations with each other. Eventually, they establish a cooperative bond which consists of Jack leading the hunters and serving as a confidence booster for Ralph, while Ralph leads the government and keeps Jack in check to the best of his ability. The connection between the boys continues to develop as they spend more time together. Although their ideologies differ, the situation has not yet become dire. They mostly have the same goal of keeping the rules intact, and Jack still respects Ralph, as stated by Piggy. “You’re all right- he respects you” (93). For his part, Ralph holds Jack in high esteem, even thinking Jack Merridew the person is equal to the high status of chief (93). Part of Ralph’s character includes valuing people over power, which leaves him confused and shattered after Jack, motivated by a thirst for power, finally breaks off to start his own tribe.

The departure of Jack from the main tribe and the formation of a new dictatorship drastically alters the bond between Jack and Ralph and stretches their relationship past the breaking point. Immediately following Jack’s split from the group, Ralph is devastated. He sits in the same spot the rest of the day, ignores people when they talk to him, and repeats “He’ll come back. When the sun goes down, he’ll come,” (128). Ralph, always the optimistic one on the topic of rescue, says to Piggy, “There’s no help, Piggy. Nothing to be done” (128). Only when offered food and comforted by his friends does he perk up, and eventually Ralph becomes more reliant on Piggy the way he was on Jack. Although the closer friendship with Piggy helps Ralph, the dynamic has shifted. Piggy never becomes a true replacement for Jack, and Ralph’s feelings for Piggy remain platonic. More interesting still is Ralph’s excusing of Simon’s murder and Piggy’s stolen glasses.When the four boys go to Castle Rock in an attempt to recover the glasses, Ralph’s priority is on possibly talking it out rather than going by force. While fighting, he holds back for a time, and after Samneric’s capture, he still tries to appeal to Jack’s “better side,” despite its uselessness. “Ralph cried out hopelessly against the black and green mask, ‘Jack!’” (179) It takes Piggy’s death and Jack stabbing Ralph with a spear for Ralph to finally realize there is no hope of bringing Jack back to the rational side. Though a logical person, Ralph is not immune to the effects of emotion blindsiding him, and his continued feelings toward Jack allow him to hold on to the idea Jack might be above killing him, even after the events of Castle Rock. Ralph never quite abandons his side of the “indefinable connection between himself and Jack” (184). Like before, Ralph mostly appears confused over what he did to agitate Jack so greatly. He says to Samneric: “What have I done? I liked him-and I wanted us to be rescued” (188) after they tell him of Jack’s plan to hunt and kill. Jack and Ralph had a connection deeper than a mere power struggle or usual friendship, but their relationship follows the same downwards path as human nature throughout the novel.

Despite their potential, Jack and Ralph’s relationship falls apart due to a key part of human nature and the survival instinct. The factors composing the instinct include brutal selfishness which allows the person to eliminate any obstacle to survival. These obstacles include, but not limited to, pain, moral values, or even people and objects the survivor once considered valuable. The survival instinct served a critical role in destroying Jack and Ralph’s conceivable relationship. As displayed through his behavior and attitude, Jack’s instinct kicked in much earlier than Ralph’s. While Ralph manages to stay rational and calm for the majority of the time on the island, Jack falls prey to inner brutality and greed. Their ideas of what defines survival differ as well. Jack’s definition is being chief, ruling with complete power, and staying on the island. As a result of his power desire, Jack stops seeing Ralph as a person; instead, he views him as an opponent on his course to survival. From the point on, the survival instinct takes control and negates most attraction he has toward Ralph in favor of overthrowing the latter’s chiefship. Not all feeling vanishes immediately, as Jack doesn’t try to eliminate Ralph despite given opportunities, such as the late night raid on Ralph’s camp and the fight at Castle Rock. But once Ralph’s resources are completely nullified, Jack sees his chance and goes in for the final kill, effectively ending any remaining sentiment he had for Ralph.  Ralph’s definition of survival, on the other hand, is a cooperative relationship and rescue. His more rational outlook keep the more primal part of the survival instinct from factoring into his decision making, therefore harboring affection toward Jack for longer. He continues to see Jack as a reasonable person for the majority of the novel; however, the instinct finally takes effect in the last chapter and shreds most feelings to ribbons. After Ralph, on the run from the tribe, has lost everything, he stops seeing “the savages,” as he calls his former tribe mates, as humans and does not hesitate to hurt them as they become his greatest survival obstacles (195). Interestingly enough, he continues to refer to Jack by name, and does not address him as “the chief” as everyone else does, as if making one last effort to convince himself Jack is somehow still human. Only once the arrival of the naval ship guarantees Ralph safety does he stop calling him by name, instead identifying him as “a little boy” (201). While it could be argued the rescue officially ends whatever last shreds of connection remain between Jack and Ralph, “boy” is a distinctly human classification, signifying Ralph still sees Jack as human to some extent; therefore, the bond may not have completely died. Even so, distancing himself from Jack and never seeing him again once they return home would be the rational choice. Ralph has proved a logical thinker, and human and good are not synonymous. However, an experience such as the one they have both gone through leaves lasting scars, and it proves nearly impossible to imagine Ralph ever fully leaving behind Jack Merridew.

While the survival instinct is not inherently dark or light, it can tear apart or neutralize any potential compatibility, as previously discussed. From their initial meeting, Jack and Ralph created a connection plausibly crossing from friendship into a romantic relationship. Yet, once the survival instinct takes hold, the relationship swiftly deteriorates to a one-sided attachment and ends with next to nothing. The descending spiral between Jack and Ralph depicts the ramifications of a part of human nature and the disastrous result on personal relationships.

Lotf Characters and Ships as Bastille Lyrics

Ralph: “Your hands protect the flames from the wild winds around you.” (Icarus)

Jack: “There are two ways to skin tonight, let’s see whose road gets there faster. This is a game, no wrongs, no rights, only a winner and a loser.” (Two Evils)

Simon: “Felled in the night by the ones you think you love, they will come for you.” (Daniel In The Den)

Roger: “We are the last people standing at the end of the night. We are the greatest pretenders in the cold morning light.” (Get Home)

Piggy: “There was a time when a moment like this would’ve never crossed my mind.” (The Driver)

Maurice: “How am I gonna be an optimist about this?” (Pompeii)

Jalph: “I was the match and you were the rock, maybe we started this fire. We sat apart and watched all we had burned on the pyre.” (Things We Lost In The Fire)

Rogermon: “When you fall asleep with your head upon my shoulder…when you’re in my arms, but you’ve gone somewhere deeper…” (Oblivion)


Okay, so @theflyingredpig sent me an ask for the ship meme for Hero’s Cuties and I literally put the just the bulleted stuff (no actual write up), and privately sent it by accident to her (meaning to draft it lol! whoops) so I’m gonna do it like this:

  • Drinks all of the coffee: I think Calhoun would. They both seem like coffee people.
  • Brings up adopting a pet: Felix would. 
  • Cooks the meals: Hm. I feel like Felix often had meals made for him by others (Mary, lookin at you) and Cal’s likely more of an MRE person because her life requires it. Maybe they both learn together. Couples cooking class, maybe? 
  • Starts getting into holidays way before they should: Felix, ofc. 
  • Initiates the couple selfies: Felix definitely started that shit. And it infected Tamora. So they both do. 
  • Forgets the birthdays and anniversaries: I think Cal might? Maybe? But I’m not sure either would forget. 
  • Always ends up with too much junk food after grocery shopping: Felix. He seems like he’d have a sweet tooth.
  • Nicknames the other: BOTH. Definitely both. It’s probably incessant too. Everybody in the Core Four is fucking incessant with their nicknames for each others oh my gods. IT PROBABLY NEVER STOPS.