sooo i made a thing

I’m doing Garnet +4 other gems, she’s the most done so far! : ]


make me choose: asked by @ohsugarhoneyicedtea​ ⇨ hippogriffs or thestrals?

“Now, firs’ thing yeh gotta know abou’ hippogriffs is, they’re proud,” said Hagrid. “Easily offended, hippogriffs are. Don’t never insult one, ’cause it might be the last thing yeh do.”

Ikemen Sengoku: Light Night Wear

Characters belong to Cybird


His outfit hasn’t been updated in website yet~ I also hope this could be updated too -

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anonymous asked:

I want you to know that I had a semi-nightmare involving a lot of half-naked Angie and Yandere Saihara after seeing that post. I'm. So confused. Why did I have that dream. Why was Angie half-naked. Why did Saihara have teeth as sharp as a freaking alligator. These are the questions I will never have answers to.

the answer is that i… may have made an au on the words “half-naked angie” and “teeth as sharp as a freaking alligator”…

congrats, i guess we might have a cult au on our hands??? HaHA,,,,

also, saihara with sharp teeth..!! in my elusive, super serious style. he actually looks rlly good–


     HEARTLESS AESTHETIC: The Beginning.

   “Well, Mr. Jest, I’ve sometimes come to believe as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

   His feet stalled all at once, his face turning to her, bewildered.

   Her grin fell. “What is it?”

  Jest’s eyes narrowed, studying her.

  Catherine cowered beneath the inspection. “What?”

 “Are you sure you aren’t the one the King is in love with?”

  It took a moment, but when the laugh came, It was honest and unforced. The idea that the King might wish to marry her was one thing, but the thought of him being in love with her was an entirely different realm of absurdity.

  “I assure you, he’s not,” she said, still smiling, though Jest looked unconvinced. “What does that have to do with impossible things?”

  “It just sounds like a queenly sort of thing to say,” he said, offering his arm again. Cath took it, though with more hesitation. “And, well, impossible is my specialty.”

  She peered up at his profile, his angled features, the mask of kohl. “That,” she said, “seems entirely believable.”

Reasons that Makise Kurisu is a precious sweet raisin muffin and deserves to be protected

Number One: Her adherence to the girl code. I mean, when she heard that Mayuri was a “hostage?” Hell no. She’s calling the cops. Okabe does that moronic thing where he grabs Rukako’s crotch (which is totally uncool even if the person is the same gender as you?)- Kurisu whacks him with a book, making it emphatically clear that she will not put up with this shit. And in the movie, when she suspects that Daru may be misleading or otherwise bamboozling Amane Yuki? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE DARU. She makes it a point to defend other chicks from gross dudes and I wholeheartedly applaud.

Number Two: How generally kind she is in general. I mean, she gives what she gets when Okabe teases her or Daru cracks a dirty joke, and she doesn’t take any crap, and she’s a hopeless tsundere, but her interactions with Mayuri are liquid gold. She never looks down on Mayuri for her more simple-minded nature (not that I am implying that Mayuri is stupid, because she is not), and always takes the time to calmly and patiently explain things in Mayushii’s terms. Also, every “sweetie” that passes between those two makes me glow ok

Number Three: When it all goes south and Moeka raids the lab for the first time, in the VN Makise is stated to be wearing the Time Leap Headset before Okabe even gets to the machine. He then takes it off of her head and places it on his own. Makise barely knows Mayuri, and she is still willing to take on the responsibility of leaping to save her life. Just. Just.

Number Four: During this same scene, Kurisu asks Okabe several times if he is sure about this decision. Now, at the time when I was reading the VN, I was screaming at her to just “push the goddamned button already,” but in hindsight, I realize- Makise doesn’t know what’s going to happen when she presses that button. Okabe is emotionally distraught. He may not be thinking clearly. (In the VN, when Mayuri is first shot, he goes into this brief sort of shock where he just goes blank, and then goes into this blind rage- he has already exhibited signs of being extremely unbalanced, and I don’t blame him.) Therefore, Kurisu stands there and asks, again and again, until she is shot.

Number Five: How supportive in general she is during this expedition to save Mayuri? Again, Makise just met these people a few weeks ago, and she is still a pillar of strength and support to Okabe during this ordeal. She helps in any way she can, and can we just talk about that impression of Okabe’s Hououin act? She acts like she completely despises this whole mad scientist act, and yet she does it in an attempt to cheer him up. She’s just. My girl.

Number Six: When she goes with Mayuri to Comima knowing that she is going to have to watch her die, so Okabe can have more time to look for Moeka? It kills me. Especially since you can actually hear the pain in that woman’s voice in both the VN and the anime. She cares. So much. Just. I cry. Help.

Number Seven: I know I’m giving a lot of reasons from the VN, but goddamnit, the Visual Novel is so good, and gives us such great character expansion, 10/10 recommend. Anyhow, when Okabe is about to throw down with Moeka in her apartment, Makise advises Okabe to kill Moeka if he needs to. Now, this would not seem like something that one should love her for- but the way she handles it is sublime. She tells Okabe that he can’t be afraid to kill her if he needs to- but that he is always going to have to carry the guilt and burden of his actions along with him. It is not okay, and she’s not saying that it is- but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do, and that’s exactly what he needed to hear right then. (Of course, ultimately, Okabe couldn’t find it in him to kill her, but that’s beside the point.)

Number Eight: Ok, I don’t even know how to touch that scene where they kiss. Basically, Kurisu now knows that in order for Mayuri to live, she is going to have to die- and she accepts this. She tells Okarin to do this. Because she has figured out that Okabe pretty much can’t live without Mayuri, and she wants them both to be happy- so she decides that this is the right thing to do. She even attempts to comfort Okabe afterward, saying things such as “think of me as alive in another worldline, like I am in America-”. This girl is literally about to give her life, and she is comforting the man who will essentially be her murderer.

Number Nine: Oh, God, when her father is trying to kill her, she doesn’t even look angry, just scared and confused and hurt- and please can my ot3 be canon so this woman can have twice the love? She needs it? Help her??


Number Eleven: After Okabe actually saves her this time, and is standing there with a stab wound, she is immediately concerned and trying to help. And yeah, he saved her life, but I also seem to recall him threatening her piece-of-shit father with disembowelment and that is a bit scary ok

Number Twelve: How in the OVA she runs off into the desert after Okabe without even pausing to fill her gas tank because she was worried that she had hurt him so badly that he ran off into the wild blue yonder? Help?

Number Thirteen: the movie fucked my Kurisu feels all up, ya’ll. Just, how she’s so distraught and upset by Okabe’s disappearance (despite all this bullshit about hating him and him being annoying- which he is, but girl you so gone, please), that she time leaps- and then ends up attempting to respect his final wishes by not doing it again or changing the past. But then she realizes that LOL NOPE everyone is pretty much miserable and feeling that something is missing, so she brings him back- with flair, and after a beastmode impression of his Hououin Act- again.

Number Thirteen: The movie, ya’ll, that part in the movie where Mayuri starts crying because she can’t really remember Okarin but she knows that something she loves is missing, and Kurisu just, like, gently embraces her and says she’ll make it right? Help? These? Girls?

Wow, this ended up even longer than Okabe’s- someone help me my children are making my eyes water who is cutting onions in here

I re-did my icon page,, again,,, , 
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A while back I got to thinking about dreamcatchers, and it seemed odd to me that Thedas, where the Fade and spirits and fear of possession are pretty universal, would not have anything with even a vaguely similar concept, so:

Dalish children skirt the statue of Fen’Harel as they play. He’s there to frighten away bad spirits, they’re told, but stay always behind; dance before him and he may catch your scent. They tie colorful ribbons- stitched with the moon, for Mythal, the protector, and complicated patterns- to the aravels, that Mythal’s light and the fluttering fabrics and designs may distract spirits from the sleepers at night. The teeth and claws and fur of old hounds that have died are hung over the cribs of the babes, that they may have guardians in the Fade to protect them from Fen’Harel in turn.

It takes at least two mages over half a day to make the talismans they give to the new arrivals. Children coming to the circles frightened and alone, far from everything they’ve known. In time, of course, they will need to learn to face the Fade on their own, but they are at their most vulnerable right at the start, with emotions high and everything new. So the talismans are made, often from simple jewelry (chantry symbols being the easiest to get), but the less strict circles sometimes allow for more comforting objects. Whatever form they take, though, they all work the same. Keep it with you when you sleep, the enchanters tell the children, and you will go to a place in the Fade all your own, where no demon can enter. Because it may take two full mages hours upon hours to make a single talisman that will likely not last much more than a year, but it’s something and none of them can bear to lose more children.

All across Thedas, otherwise Chant-abiding folk find prayer insufficient, for does the Chant not teach that the Maker abandoned them? So parents fearing their child may be a mage or those suffering frequent terrible dreams pack a sack with something to trade and go to seek out the huts that always seem to exist somewhere far-but-not-too-far from town, wherein there always lives a hermit who is Definitely Not An Apostate. And in exchange for something or other, the hermit will give them a strangely colored stone to bury at the head of the bed, or an almost sickly sweet smelling sachet to place under the pillow or hang from the rafters, or an intricately carved piece of wood or bone to sew into the blanket. Whether these invoke good dreams or repels bad depends on who is asked. This practice becomes far more common and far more commonly ignored in Ferelden after the Blight.

Nevarrans keep their burial shrines well tended, and in their rooms they keep a skull, sometimes animal, sometimes not, with brightly covered stones or gems for eyes; a brighter, simpler host for those spirits who may be seeking.

High class Orlais is, of course, very Andrastian, and will gladly spout the usual spiel about “true selves” when the subject of the masks arises with foreigners. Further from Val Royeaux, though, in the smaller places, some still remember the original purpose. There they gather materials themselves, carve and mold and decorate their masks by their own hands, and they are bright or dull or somewhere between, but always personal. The people wake and put on their masks and wear them until the night falls, and then the masks hang on the walls above beds, where demons may reach thinking the mask is the real person.

Of course, it’s not always about keeping the spirits away. The Rivaini seers and Avvar augurs, in their own ways, both burn incense and hang chimes, each made from different materials and producing a different sound to invite a particular kind of spirit to join them in their dreams.

The Fade is separate but ever-present in Thedas, and sometimes people need something more tangible and effective than prayer.


Life and adventure with Park Jimin

(For and because of @grumpytth, made with photos from my camera roll)

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I can’t be physically there for my friend Marissa (the-samhain-sister) (and I can’t tag her because I’m on mobile) sooo I resort to things like this. Marissa, I made this with pictures of nature I thought you would like to make you feel grounded. I added amethyst for all of its powers and because purple is your favorite color. And it’s got a Carrie Fisher quote because, just like her, you’re strong and smart and capable and you can fight your mental illness. I love you