that's my nemo

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doodle dump of some friends’ Gasters/OCs behold the fruits of my procrastination

Blind!Gaster and Fell are @bun-bunmuse
Gariss/Dings/Gasty are @asktruelabsgaster

[ a quick ‘ship’ tag bc Rapunzel loves her friends more than life and they deserve their own ‘ship’ tag as well as a character tag.

If your character isn’t here pls don’t be sad my brain is concentrated on the meeting later and these were the first ones I came up with!!! ]

corvusviolaceus  asked:

I always read it as Mccree whilst in the Dreadlock Gang had committed crimes that lead to either him receiving a sentence to be served at a Maximum Security Prison or facing a trial that had enough evidence to result in that sentence 1/2

And overwatch offered him a chance to work for them in place of that sentence and sense older teens can and do get tried as adults in the states and recruitment like that does happen it struck me more as a morally grey, but not unprecedented thing

I agree. All in all it was a good deal for McCree.

I think my biggest issue was that he was put straight into Blackwatch.  They wanted him for “his expert marksmanship and resourcefulness“, and they precisely wanted him for Blackwatch, I assume because of the criminal background.

We’ve seen McCree in publicity photos for Overwatch, so I guess his joining was a public thing, and since this was the day of people still liking Overwatch, it was probably viewed as a good thing. But it wasn’t shown publicly what he did as an Overwatch agent.

The amount of amends McCree could actually make with Blackwatch sounds a bit iffy. We don’t know everything that Blackwatch did, but if the rumors were true it involved “assassination, coercion, kidnapping, torture, and worse“. It doesn’t really sound much like rehabilitation, does it? He continued doing the same thing, but this time it wasn’t as bad, because he was with the good guys, I guess.

On that point though, McCree’s bio says that “although he was initially cynical, he came to believe that he could make amends for his past sins by righting the injustices of the world”.

It’s not all bad. I still don’t think Overwatch should be putting teenagers into Blackwatch.