“A hero is just a man who does what he can.” - Romain Rolland
What can we do for disaster victims around the world? Donateand reblog! Every cent (and every minute) counts. If we all donated even one penny, we could make a difference in countless lives. Please make the choice today to be a hero to someone in need. Check our How to Donate page for more information. We’re also excited to announce the following zine perks:
1. MARINETTE AND HER ROMEO
Thanks to a generous donation by @portentous-offerings (thank you!!!), we’re thrilled to announce that special donors will get a copy of the full, finished MAHR comic (over 70 pages!) with their zine! Donate $5 or more to get MAHR when the zine comes out, or donate $10 or more to get access to the comic right away! More info on the How to Donate page.
2. REBLOG RAFFLE
Thanks to wonderful donations by users who wish to remain anonymous (thank you!!!), everyone who reblogs this post is automatically entered to win our Reblog Raffle. Prizes include an original drawing of Tikki by Thomas Astruc, an ML poster, access to MAHR, and more!
open to participants anywhere in the world
one reblog counts as one entry (likes don’t count)
reblog as many times as you’d like (just try not to spam your followers)
this post must be unaltered from its original form (no edited reblogs)
one prize per person/household/account/etc.
reblogs MUST include the tags “#Miraculous Ladybug” and “#ML Disaster Relief Zine” (additional tags are fine as well, but these 2 are required)
Thank you so much to our donors and participants. You’re all heroes to us!
“Be sure to take the time to soothe your mount… that’s the only way it will know how you truly feel.” Your advice was quite helpful- thank you. This little one and I are getting along quite well now. At first, I wasn’t sure if I should outfit him with all of the royal gear. I thought maybe he should have to earn it first. But it works! He wears it like a true natural. I’m trying to be a bit more empathetic. Benefit of the doubt, you know? See that mountain? That’s Mount Lanayru. It takes its name from the Goddess of Wisdom. Lanayru’s decree is very specific. It says: “No one is allowed, under the age of seventeen… for only the wise are permitted a place upon the mountain.” I’ve prayed at the Spring of Courage and at the Spring of Power, yet neither awoke anything inside me. But maybe up there… perhaps the Spring of Wisdom, the final of the three, will be the one. To be honest, I have no real reason to think that will be the case. But there’s always the chance that the next moment will change everything. Tomorrow… is my seventeenth birthday. So then I shall go… and make my way up the mountain.