the apprentice fairy

8

2017 Cheesy Zelda Valentines Part 1

2

Hi, my name is Savvy! I’m a huge fan of a lot of stuuuff like Dan and Phil, Markiplier, Jacksepticeye, Fairy Tail, D-Gray Man, Gintama, Sword Art Online, Black Butler, Blue Exorcist, K, Soul Eater, Corpse Party, DC, Marvel, Lord of the Rings, Skulduggery Pleasant, Maximum Ride, Ranger’s Apprentice, The Brotherband Chronicles, Septimus Heap, Series of Unfortunate Events, The Tapestry, The Legend Trilogy, Raina Telgemeier, LGBT+ stuff, stingrays, butterflies, bands, Halloween, and so much more. If anything I’ve said strikes an interest, or you have a recommendation, or you’d like to know more about me, or you’re a friend who’d just like to say hi, welcome, welcome, come have a chat with me. I love to meet new people!

GRIMM’S COMPLETE FAIRY TALES: Tales 117-120

#117 THE WILLFUL CHILD

I happen to think a willful child will, with a little love and patience, grow up to lead and do great things. However, in this story, the Lord is not pleased at all, and causes the child to pass away. Harsh. Yet, the will of the child is so strong, even in death her hands break forth from the grave. Eat your heart out, George Romero; the Grimm’s were doing the zombie thing commercially ages ago. Actually, if I’m being honest, this is pretty subtly terrifying and I will probably have zombie nightmares now.


#118 THE THREE ARMY SURGEONS

What would you do if you had a magical salve that could repair any wound? Well, you’d show off, of course. That’s what these three surgeons do; one cuts off a hand, another removes his eyes, and the last one cuts out his own heart. They let these set out, with plans to salve them back into place later. Problem is, a cat steals their parts. So, you know, these things have to be replaced. The first gets a dead thief’s hand, the second gets the eyes of the cat, and the third receives a slaughtered pig’s heart. WEIRD SCIENCE!

WARNING: Side Effects may include randomly stealing other people’s money, the ability to see mice in the dead of night, and realistic pig-like behaviors.


#119 THE SEVEN SWABIANS

Seven friends take their spear and decide to travel the world to seek out adventures. Along the way, they start to hear things. Terrifying things. They prepare themselves to attack, and…they find a cute, cuddly bunny. They laugh it off and shoo the bunny away. Apparently they have never seen MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL. Don’t ever take your eyes off a rabbit in the wild, dear reader. Trust me.

“Well, that’s no ordinary rabbit. That’s the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on.”

“Look, that rabbit’s got a vicious streak a mile wide, it’s a killer!”

“He’s got huge, sharp– he can leap about– look at the bones!”

“I warned you! But did you listen to me? Oh, no, you knew it all, didn’t you? Oh, it’s just a harmless little bunny, isn’t it?”


#120 THE THREE APPRENTICES

Would you and your friends agree to say the same three phrases, and nothing but those three phrases, for the rest of your life if it meant you would have endless riches? Here’s what you all have to say in the response to everything: “All three of us,” “For money,” and “And quite right too!” Seems like a good and simple bargain, eh? Well, what if you and your buddies are accused of a murder most foul? Who murdered this here fellow? “ALL THREE OF US.” Oh my goodness, why?! “FOR MONEY.” Ugh, that is despicable! “AND QUITE RIGHT TOO!” Welp, you can’t enjoy all those endless riches if you’re hanging dead from the gallows, now can you?

Originally posted by bibeim

Originally posted by gypsyastronaut

Originally posted by gypsyastronaut

Originally posted by montypythonfan

4

☆ Well, I’m just gonna leave all this trash here. I’m surprised, I took the time to even color them…my patience was wavering through it all but it was a little fun stepping out of the undertale fandom and drawing something more original. Enough said…lemme just type these bio(s) for the comic called Shadow that @rt-creep is making. Also I’m gonna apologize in advance for how short the info is…you see I wanna classify the characters from the viewers (or I’m just too lazy). Here ya go!

▪ Alexander
Gray’s childhood friend or something. Feel free to do whatever you want with him lol

▪ Lucy Eater
Singer

▪ Jester Mil
Hitman/Assassin

▪ Coral Fairy
Apprentice

Well, I need to follow more blogs, so!

If you reblog any of the following, like this post and I might follow you!

Shingeki no Kyojin

Avatar the Last Airbender

Cats

Funny animal posts

Fairy Tale

Avatar the Legend of Korra

Jeanmarco

music

Harry Potter

The Hunger Games

My Beating Heart

Rangers Apprentice

Skulduggery Pleasant

Food

“I don’t understand why Rumple was willing to sacrifice Emma in order to free himself from the dagger’s powers. Though I do not condone any of his actions this year, at least many of them were justifiable based on his character’s history. We all know why Rumple hates Hook, the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, and the Fairies. But Emma? She’s done nothing to Rumple… except save his life… oh, and reunite him with his long lost son. This is borderline OOC behavior for Rumple, and I don’t like it!”

Once Upon a Time finally introduces the Author: Exclusive Welcome to Storybrooke, Patrick Fischler

After four long seasons, Once Upon a Time finally introduced the Author of the storybook—well, the most current one, anyway.

It turns out that the Author is a title, rather than a person—a job that’s been held by many different people throughout the ages, including a man named Walt. (Hint hint, wink wink.) In this case, the Author—well, he actually seems to be kind of a jerk. As portrayed by Mad Men alum Patrick Fischler, the Author first appeared during last Sunday’s episode after finally being released from the storybook that was acting as his prison.

See, the Author was locked up by the Sorcerer and his Apprentice for manipulating the fairy tale character’s stories as opposed to recording them. For example, he basically pointed Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) in the direction of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, who then offered them a way to rid their future child’s darkness. It came at the price of putting it into Maleficent’s (Kristin Bauer Van Straten) child—which was not a monster, but a perfectly healthy baby that was then ejected to the real world. See, he’s a jerk!

“He has reasons for doing all of that,” Fischler tells EW. “I don’t really think he’s a dick. I just think he wants certain things from life that maybe he didn’t get. There’s more to him than meets the eye. He’s got many layers.”

The OUAT bosses concur. Just because the Author made a speedy getaway after being set free from the storybook does not mean he’s a bad guy. “He has some attitude,” executive producer Edward Kitsis says. “Naturally, if you were trapped inside a book for an unknown period of time, you might come out grumpy. Whether he’s a villain or not, the audience will have to see, but he has his reasons and he believes in them.

“Don’t let anything jump to your mind quite yet about him,” Fischler adds. “You have a while to decide what you think. It’s so hard when I play characters, I just never ever want them to just be dicks or think they are, for lack of a better word. I really think everybody ultimately is coming from a place of hurt.”

As the series explores the Author’s motivations, viewers will learn much more about the Author mythology and how exactly one ends up in this job—and how this Author in particular found his way to the book. However, the OUAT bosses are coy on whether the Author really can change the past, as the villains hope. “The issues of fate vs. free will are tied into what the Author does and can and can’t do,” executive producer Adam Horowitz says, noting that the Dark Curse predates this Author—so he wasn’t involved with how that went down.

“We’re not going to go too much into what he manipulated [in the past], because it’s going to stay very much on the present of who’s going to find him first: The heroes or the villains?” Fischler says. “The search for him is a big deal. Everybody is just looking for him. I can’t tell you who finds him, what happens and who gets their happy endings, but it’s really, really good.”

Since it appears that the Author likes pulling the strings, he may be more inclined to join the quest of the Queens of Darkness over the good guys—though Kitsis cautions not to jump to conclusions. “If he’s able to do that to Snow and Prince Charming, he’s probably on Team Evil,” he says.  

“He likes to go most where he can be served,” Fischler adds. “He’s definitely interested in who can serve his needs. There will be a struggle at some point. Besides his backstory, he will be involved in someone else’s backstory as well. That is my favorite episode I’ve done. It’s such a good one. You learn where he’s coming from.”

Aside from the Author knowing pretty much all of these characters from the book, “someone knows him and is lying about it,” Kitsis teases. Could that be the Dark One (Robert Carlyle), who is pictured with the Author above?

“That is not the one,” Kitsis reveals. “You’re used to all these backstories having Robert show up and offer them a deal, but we’re changing it up.” However, the photo is at least evidence that the Dark One and the Author will soon cross paths. “He and the Author have a lot of goals in common,” Fischler teases.

“As we realize, Rumplestiltskin’s plan is to steal Regina’s [Lana Parrilla] plan, which is to get to the Author,” Kitsis says. “If those two are together, my guess is he’s either offering him or forcing him to come with him. They may not know each other, but Rumplestiltskin’s never been afraid of working with strangers.”

Though, Fischler himself is no stranger. The actor previously worked with Kitsis and Horowitz on Lost—he played Dharma Initiative security guard Phil—so he was quick to jump at the offer to do multiple episodes of Once. “My daughter is about to turn 6 and loves the show, so I was super excited,” Fischler says. “My wife [Lauren Bowles] was on True Blood for five years, so she’d get her scripts and be so excited to read hers. She hasn’t seen me this excited about getting scripts. I’d read it front to back, not do the actor thing of looking for what I say. I got excited to actually read the whole thing. It’s been a long time since I’ve been on a show like that, where I’m like, ‘What? Oh, wow. Okay!’ all the way through the end.”  

Source: EW 3 April Article