the dragon warrior

Continuing along in Dragon Quest III...

Game: You got a ship!

Me: Yay! Now what?

Game: I have absolutely no idea! 

Me: …Not even a hint of where I’m supposed to go or anything?

Game: I guess you could just go sailing around until you run into something interesting.

Me: But that’ll take forever!

Game: Maybe go talk to some NPCs for ideas?

Random NPC: I think there’s a chance that possibly maybe there’s something that may or may not be essential to your quest someplace really far away from some city you’ve never been to. Orrr it could be totally useless or an outright red herring.

Me: …Sailing around it is, then.

Gravity falls “Fighting Back”  | [Listen here]

i. This is war - Thirty Seconds to mars  // ii. Come with me now - Kongos // iii. Uprising - Muse // iv. Warriors - Imagine Dragons   // v. Iron - Woodkid  // vi. This is gospel - Panic! At the disco  // vii. Immortals - Fall out boy  // viii. Marching on - One Republic // ix.In our bedroom after the war - Stars //

anonymous asked:

yona: I wanna be the very best like no one ever was. Catch Jaeha is my real test to love Hak is my cause.... I will travel across the land searching far and wide. For Jaeha to understand the power that's inside. Gotta catch them all. It's you and me, I know its my destiny. Oh your my best friend....Gotta catch Jaeha!

Dragon Wariors! (Gotta catch them all) it’s you and me,
I know it’s my destiny~
Dragon Warriors! Oh, you’re my best friend,
In a Kouka we must defend~ ♪♪♪

The Enemy’s Tomb

He had decided it was time to teach his orphaned niece of the coming of the dragonkin. He would tell her of the plight they brought to their people and the call to war her aunt and uncle had to answer. He would hold off for a few more years before telling her that she, too, must answer this call when the time came. He told her many things about the war but he could not tell her everything. Some truths are too painful with which to burden anyone needlessly, let alone a child. Bringing her to the tomb of his enemy was his way of recompense. After all, he believed the child should, even unknowingly, see her mother.


…but they are often discussed as if they are ancillary,  “bonus” relationships to the truly important ones. Women’s friendships outlast jobs, parents, husbands, boyfriends, lovers, and sometimes children…it’s possible to transcend the limits of your skin in a friendship…This kind of friendship is not a frivolous connection, a supplementary relationship to the ones we’re taught and told are primary – spouses, children, parents. It is love…Support, salvation, transformation, life: this is what women give to one another when they are true friends, soul friends”
Emily Rapp