soul owners

What anime world would you wake up in tomorrow based on your Zodiac sign?

Aries/Taurus: Haikyuu!! (yass, help raise that little chicken nugget into a volleyball pro! Plus you get to be in the team! 😆)

Originally posted by shokasonjuku

Virgo: Attack on Titan (good luck you poor people🙏)

Originally posted by omeinfreund

Aquarius: Sword Art Online (emm, what can I say? Good luck I guess? 😂)

Originally posted by lilium

Libra: Boku no Hero Academia (discover your quirk, fight villains and act as a wingman to push those ships closer to becoming canon. What’s not to love?💪)

Originally posted by desu

Scorpio: Kuroko no Basket (lucky, you get to be friends with the skittle squad 😂)

Originally posted by knbgifimagines

Gemini/Pisces: Gintama (you get the ultimate package! Comedy, romance, action and surprisingly a lot of tears 😜)

Originally posted by zechs

Cancer: Fairy Tail (this would be one of the most fun worlds to wake up to in my opinion 👌)

Originally posted by becauseimacat

Capricorn: Tokyo Ghoul (more likely to die from how depressing this anime is than getting eaten by a ghoul 😢 on a positive note you’ll be there just in time for the events of Re to start! Roll on 2018 😂)

Originally posted by studioimagin

Leo: Soul Eater (how freaking awesome would it be to be a meister or to be able to turn into a weapon? 😱)

Originally posted by psychopass

Sagittarius: Assassination Classroom(need I say more? You literally have the best teacher ever 🐙)

Originally posted by narutoquotess

I got a lot of people asking me to do another anime astrology post, so here you go! 😊

My Attempt at a Linear Synopsis of Ghost Quartet

if you dont listen to ghost quartet im so sorry abt this

Story 1: Arabian Nights, or One Piece of Stardust
The story begins in 14th century Persia with Scheherazade (an incarnation of Pearl) telling stories to Dunyazad (an incarnation of Rose) and Shah Zaman, an incarnation of the Bear (including the later story of Rose and the Camera Shop Owner which she is “remembering” from the point of view of another incarnation of her soul, the Camera Shop Owner). At some point, Scheherazade tells Dunyazad that the ghost of Thelonious Monk is behind a door of the palace, setting up the idea that ghosts don’t simply appear after they die, but rather always have been there and are simply born into new bodies occasionally. After some time has passed, Dunyazad dies and Scheherazade is still telling stories to Shah Zaman trying to avoid being killed. It is then that a past ghost of Rose Red appears, with knowledge of her future corporeal self’s mission, and asks Scheherazade for a piece of stardust (for reasons that will be explained later). Scheherazade remarks that she doesn’t know how much more she has, implying that stardust is what her stories are made from. She then tells Rose Red the story of her feelings of emptiness and her dream about a tango dance in which her past self refused to dance with her, which means that the story/stardust now belongs to Rose Red. It is implied that not long after this event, Shah Zaman kills Scheherazade, because later the Astronomer mentions a “man in Iran” wasting away and talking to ghosts for forty-two years, exactly what Shah Zaman said he would do after he killed Scheherazade. Shah Zaman is said to have said that “every soul that ever died is living in the shadows of the sky,” continuing the show’s idea of nonlinear ghosts.
Story 2: The Wind and Rain, or One Pot of Honey
Years later, Rose Red and Pearl White are born by the sea. They live together happily for many years, and Rose falls in love with the Astronomer. They look at the stars through his telescope in his treehouse, and Rose Red writes poetry about the celestial entities they see together. The Astronomer, enamored by her talent and longing to portray some talent of his own (but he doesn’t practice enough) decides instead to steal Rose Red’s work and publish it in his name. Rose Red grows to hate him, but then he begins to see Pearl White. Rose Red discovers their affair and becomes angry with both the Astronomer and Pearl White. She yells at the Astronomer, saying that she always knew that he was shallow and didn’t truly care about her, and she leaves him with the threat that “we’ll see who’s smarter, we’ll see.” Angered, Rose Red runs into the forest and asks the Bear to maul the Astronomer and turn her sister into a crow. The Bear asks for a pot of honey, a piece of stardust, a secret baptism, and a photo of a ghost. The Bear gives Rose Red the ability to cross into her soul’s different lifetimes at will so that it is possible for her to complete the tasks. The different incarnations of Rose being possessed by Rose Red will appear throughout the synopsis (and one has already appeared, the 14th century Persian version of Rose.) After collecting all of the items (which will be explained in a linear fashion as they happen later in the story), Rose Red returns to the Bear, who reveals that he tricked her, and takes the honey without carrying out her demands. Rose Red, in her anger, descends into alcoholism and kills Pearl White herself by pushing her into a river. Pearl White’s body floats to the Miller’s pond and he, another incarnation of the Astronomer, takes her out of the river to dry. The Fiddler, yet another incarnation of the Bear, happens upon her body and makes a fiddle out of her breastbone, which is later bought by Rose Red, who passes it down to the Fool (who she remembers from one of the lifetimes she crossed through to collect the items, and is also another incarnation of the Bear), although he is probably unaware that this woman is his grandmother (explained later). He accepts the gift anyway, given his affinity for stringed instruments. Over a century later, in 1990′s Sarajevo, an incarnation of Rose appears to seduce the Soldier, who is an incarnation of Pearl to obtain her honey. The Soldier, who has grown depressed from her years of experience with death, requests that Rose let her cry on her shoulder and then asks her to shoot her in the alley. Rose, only in it for the honey, does so.
Story 3: Usher, or One Secret Baptism
Linearly, most of this story coincides with Story 2, and they intersect in various ways. An incarnation of Rose, probably periodically possessed by Rose Red due to Lady Usher’s claims that she was a cruel woman, gives birth to Lady Usher, an incarnation of Pearl, who grows up to marry a man named Edgar, who is an incarnation of the Astronomer. They have two children, Roxie (who is Rose) and the Fool (who is the Bear). Roxie is occasionally possessed by Rose Red, and Roxie grows up interpreting Rose as a dead twin sister to her, claiming that Rose tells her that she should cross over to her plane of existence and be like her: “all soul.” Rose also identifies herself to Roxie as a “starchild” which probably means a person who is unhinged from the usual plane of reality and is free to follow their soul throughout history as they please. This behavior from Roxie causes Lady Usher to develop anxiety. When Roxie is seven years old, Edgar asks her to stop talking to Rose, who he believes is simply an imaginary friend, to which Roxie replies with anger. Another event of note occurs when Lady Usher tells Roxie a bedtime story in the form of Arabian Nights (which Lady Usher remembers from her lifetime as Scheherezade). Roxie was born around the same time as Rose Red and Pearl White, and also had an affair with the Astronomer in her teenage years, and they have a daughter. This daughter is Starchild, who is Rose, who inherits the powers of a starchild, possibly due to being the child of  a girl who grew up being constantly possessed by a starchild, but is unaware of the implications of her abilities. However, Starchild is kidnapped by another incarnation of Rose Red, and baptized in secret. Not much is known about the rest of Starchild’s life, but she has descendants, who will be mentioned later on. After Starchild is kidnapped, Roxie falls ill at the age of seventeen, which worries Lady Usher even more. After being sick for a period of time, Roxie dies, and Lady Usher forgives her for her continued acknowledgement of her “imaginary friend” Rose, who she believed in up until her death. Lady Usher preserves Roxie’s corpse for a fortnight. During that time, the family begins to fall apart with Lady Usher’s anxiety being worse than ever, and Edgar succumbing to alcoholism. The Fool, after being given the fiddle by Rose Red, leaves home, and moves to New York City. He begins to play the cello i a band and sell drugs to survive, but as he ages he settles down, has a daughter who is Pearl, and opens a camera shop. He has descendants who will be mentioned later. After the Fool leaves home, Edgar is the only one left to comfort Lady Usher, and one night when she is particularly distressed, he tells her the story of Pearl and the Pusher, which he remembers from his later life as the Driver. That night, Rose Red possesses Roxie’s body, unaware that Roxie has already died, and walks upstairs. When she sees Lady Usher, she sees Pearl White, and kills her.
Story 4: Subway, or A Photo of a Ghost
The Fool’s camera shop stays in the family for four generations and the fiddle stays in it. Eventually, it belongs to an incarnation of Pearl, the Camera Shop Owner. Starchild’s descendants eventually include another incarnation of Rose, who travels from Portland to New York City. Rose is in a subway station and a different incarnation of Pearl, who is  is standing on the platform playing a game on her phone in which she is a soldier battling a bear. The Pusher (who is the Bear) is present in the station, and, upon seeing the Soldier fighting the Bear within Pearl’s game, is suddenly overwhelmed by the influences of both the Bear and the Fool, and pushes Pearl onto the track, inadvertently forcing the Bear to keep his promise to hurt Pearl and giving meaning to the Fool’s cryptic warning to Edgar, “If anyone pushes me, I’m gonna push them back.” The train is coming, and it is driven by the Driver, who is the Astronomer, who has zoned out and does not notice Pearl. In the few seconds left before the train hits Pearl, Rose is possessed by Rose Red, trying to obtain the photo of the ghost, and uses her camera to take a picture of Pearl in the subway track. There is no way she can avoid her death now, and this qualifies her as a ghost. Pearl uses her last few seconds to give herself closure, and is then killed by the train. Rose, disgusted at having taken the picture, smashes her camera, but not before Rose Red exits her body and takes the photo with her. Rose breaks down and  begins to vaguely remember her other lives, and forgives Pearl and the Astronomer/Driver for everything. Rose goes to the camera shop to buy a new camera, and the Camera Shop Owner notices that she is distressed. She shows her the fiddle on the wall, and tells Rose the story of Rose Red and Pearl White, which she remembers from her life as Pearl White. She is correct when she says that the store has been in her family for four generations, but when she says that the fiddle belonged to her great-grandmother she is accidentally speaking from the point of view of her incarnation as the Fool’s daughter for whom Rose Red actually was a great-grandmother, since she was Lady Usher’s mother. Rose befriends the Camera Shop Owner, who suddenly feels compelled to give Rose the phone number of her friend, the Driver, essentially giving the Astronomer back to Rose and ending the ancient feud. Rose falls in love with the Driver and they live happily together for the rest of their lives, and have two daughters, most likely another Rose and Pearl.
Epilogue: Midnight
Years later, and yet years earlier, and yet right at that moment, the souls of all four of them meet in another plane of existence, in-between lives, or maybe after all their lives. They begin to slowly remember things as they piece together the collective story of their many lifetimes as they converse (I Don’t Know, Any Kind of Dead Person, Four Friends). As the final pieces fall into place, Pearl forgives the Bear/Pusher, and they become friends. As the sun rises, the four friends resolve to forgive themselves as well, for only thinking within their own lives and forgetting the vast beauty of the universe.

pixi1314  asked:

what happens if Betty (idk if she will though) puts hate into a human soul? will it be just like what happened to Sans or will it be a bit different?

a magical body would regenerate with the appearance of the soul’s owner. Is just that… humans aren’t really made of magic so what happened to sans is out of the question for them

Nothing on Earth makes my heart melt more than when I see one of my slug kids eating and I put my ear to their tank. If you listen really closely, you can hear the *tiniest* crunch munch as they chomp away at their food sdfghjkla it’s so fricking cute my heart can’t take this!!!!!!

What now? (Part 2/?)

Hello! This is second part of this story! I would really appreciate feedback if you have a minute. Thank you and have a lovely day. :D

Dark lied awake in what used to be Damien’s bed, staring at vast ceiling above him. “Who am I?” he thought to himself. Not Celine. Not Damien. Not the person he used to be. He feared he was something entirely new altogether. Dark felt empty, heartbroken. Despite the fact that he was quite literally more than he ever had been, he felt lost, the souls of the people inside him pulling in different directions. He knew he had to find Mark, yes, that was for certain. He would make him pay, for everything. It was all on him. “He did this to William, he hurt my friends.” He could feel the soul of the body’s owner slipping. Fading. Soon, only Damien and Celine would remain. Markiplier had to die. The almighty Darkiplier would kill him, and ruin his life the way Mark did his.

There came a knock at the door, shocking Dark out of his vengeful thoughts.

“Are you okay?” William asked, clearly not in his right mind, but attempting to be supportive nonetheless.

“I’m fine,” he replied. Dark was surprised by his voice. Layered several times over. Echoey and hollow, like he felt. He sat up to compose himself, and the man who had once been the Colonel took a step into the dimly lit room. The only way Dark could see him was the faint moonlight reflecting off the man’s circular specs. Darkiplier turned to look out the window. The moon wasn’t quite full, and fog had begun to roll in. It was too beautiful a night for such catastrophe.

“Damien,” the man said. Dark spun around to look at him.

“That’s not my name,” Dark snarled, glaring at William. Darkiplier’s aura flashed red and blue, illuminating the bedroom. Will moved and sat down on the bed beside the glitching remains of what used to be his friends.

“What is your name then? Or do you even know?”

“The name Darkiplier has grown on me quite a bit,” He replied. Dark was the antithesis of everything that despised Markiplier was, and rightfully so. He wasn’t Mark, far from it. He never wanted to become like him.

“Oh, bully. What a fine pair we make!” Will said playfully, with a light but sad chuckle. As if he knew he didn’t quite mean it.

“I used to be able to sleep. I don’t need it now.” Dark said, his voice tense and frustrated. Dark flashed red and blue, Will’s friends pulling him in closer. William took Dark’s hand. He flinched at first, but didn’t pull away. He felt the warmth of William’s hand on top of his, and he grasped it tightly.

“I need your help,” he said, not in Dark’s cold voice, but Damien’s warm and soothing. “He did this to me, to us. I need to find him, he needs to pay for what he’s done.” His plea sounded genuine and honest, like a friend in need.

“Dam-Dark, please. We don’t need to do this. It’ll be okay. We’ll be okay. I don’t like Mark either, but that’s no reason to defer to murder.” Will looked up, but there was no lightning now. The lightning was inside the man sitting next to him.

“Colonel, William. Please. I need this. He’s done bad things to such good people. I need you to do this for me. For Celine. You’re the only person I can trust.”

“O-Okay,” Will replied reluctantly, “I’ll always be here for you. And please, call me Wilford.”