so evil though

cause of death: just friends

so here, have a kinda starco-ish amv thing. this song was literally perfect and had to be used. after all, they’re just friends right now *cries*

i tried

I finished @thepenumbrapodcast and all I got was these lousy feels.

rip I haven’t even tried finding Shaun and I’ve already romanced Preston

@lunlucy yoooo I’m the anon that thought your Lance with a backwards cap was hot

there are some respects (especially as regards worldbuilding) in which LOTR is a lot more nuanced and detailed than many later users of the genre conventions it helped popularize and so there’s some stuff that Tolkienesque fantasy gets criticised for that Tolkien himself doesn’t actually tend to do

there’s obviously plenty to criticise in LOTR itself, but it’s not always what seems obvious based on later examples of the genre, and it’s fascinating to see how those tropes have mutated

Other people have commented on the various failings of Season 2 of Supergirl a lot better than I have, so I’m not going to get into that here. The thing that bugged me the most, on a petty, nitpicky, oh come ON level, was the way everyone was running around in terror of the Daxamite invasion. Okay. So the spaceships have shields. But they sent in ground troops. To fight against 21st century humans. Not just any humans- Americans.

For those who don’t know, Daxamites have a weakness, much like Kryptonians do to kryptonite. Their weakness is against lead.

Fucking lead


Cedric greatly ponders the opposing ideas between his inner heart and mind; and expresses them into a solemn ballad. Many thoughts of his past and present emotional experiences are conjured up transiently around him. The happier and gentle memories of Sofia interrupt his more sinister ones. He then seemingly slumps into his chair in defeat, as he thinks more of her.

Although Wormwood is absolutely persistent in making Cedric evil, and reminds him that even though Sofia is nice to him… the others never were. Harking back to how the others have only ridiculed Cedric. Which then spurns the sorcerer into an anxiety attack, where he realizes he truly must take over the kingdom… once and for all

  • Tanya: You’re right. I have no excuses. I was totally over the line.
  • Erich: Over the line? You… you… you’re so far past the line that you can’t even see the line! The line is a dot to you!

Quite possibly the most romantic ending to an S support conversation in all of Fire Emblem. 


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