the mod child

crimson-hope  asked:

Hi Love you guys and your reactions. Especially the teen tag. But my request is for a child Inquisitor (5-11) having such a natural way with animals that even the dragons like them, and having the inner circle and Krem(because I love him) react. Please & Thank you.

Cassandra: She’s about to jump to their defense when a bear walks up to the party, but all the bear does is sniff the child and lick their face, to which they laugh and gently pat its head. She still pulls them away and warns them against interacting with wild animals, but is nevertheless in awe over how they charm creatures, be it horses, nugs, ravens, dogs, whatever. “I knew a girl that was a little like you.” she remarks. “It is a good trait to have, being gifted with animals. They sense goodness within you.”

Blackwall: He watches with a mix of amusement and awe as all the horses in the stables hurry to greet them every time they walk by, and he’s astounded as animals almost never attack the party. “Maker’s breath. Are you an animal whisperer? That’s amazing.” he remarks.

Iron Bull: He knew they were good with animals, and always admired it, but he stops and stares, slack-jawed, as they hug the side of the head of a dragon, who’s practically purring. They had wandered off from camp, and he ran out to find them. They see him, and he gestures for them to come back. He warns them to be careful of wild animals, of course, and not to wander from camp, but– “Wow, Imekari. That was– I knew you were good with animals, but… an ataashi whisperer. Wow.

Sera: She tries to get them to help her with pranks– she knows they like animals, so she figures they won’t mind helping gathering lizards to put in Solas’ bedroll. She stops as the lizards, big and small, seem not intimidated by the kid, and she watches as they crawl along their hands and arms, and as the child giggles in delight. She also sees how happy the horses are to see the Herald, among other animals in the Inquisition. “Wow,” she comments and giggles, “critters like you, eh? Means you’re good. Good for you!”

Cole: “They feel safe around you,” he says happily, “calm and sweet, sometimes bearing food, not wanting violence, a friend. You are a good person and a good friend.”

Varric: Their nickname becomes Charmer for their ability to charm any creatures. He gives them all sorts of books and stories about animals and encourages their interest and ability with animals. “They’re your first rapt audience, Charmer.” he says with a grin.

Dorian: He’s never really spent that much time around non-human or elven or dwarven or qunari animals before (Mod Sarah headcanon: they’re all under the species Homo sapiens, only perhaps separated by subspecies, assuming we’re using a Linnean system for Thedosian creatures) so it strikes him odd the first time he really stops to watch animals fawn over the Herald. He watches for a long time, awed by how readily these animals seem to relax around them, and comments to them later how impressed he is and how much he admires their skill.

Solas: He has met people like them before, readily capable of soothing animals– he’s pretty good at it, too, but not quite as good as them. He likes spending time with the kid as they spend time with animals, and he gets to talking with them. It’s nice to get to know each other and bond over the animals.

Vivienne: She doesn’t have much of an interest in animals, and comments little on it, but she admires how they keep animals from attacking the party. She introduces them to the horses she and Bastien keep, and smiles as they enjoy interacting with the horses and petting them gently. If they behave themselves well, she talks to the advisers about getting them a pet of some sort– even a nug, to her distaste, if they care for it properly. “It will be a good way to introduce them to responsibility. I have no doubts they’ll make us proud.”

Josephine: She thinks it’s adorable and oh so charming. She gives them all sorts of trinkets and books about animals to keep them occupied, and likes to see who and what they’ve befriended. It still makes her nervous to hear from the others about dangerous animals being friendly with the Herald, and she always warns them away from them– no matter how friendly they are, they’re still wild animals, not pets and not to be toyed with, but it amazes her all the while.

Leliana: She likes them. She likes them because the nugs, even the wild ones outside the gates, know no fear of the Herald, and her ravens (even the particularly ornery one, Baron Plucky, that her agents fear) flock to greet them when they come upstairs. She never comments on it– she just admires how much the ravens croon as they gently stroke their beaks and feathers.

Cullen: Fereldens are inclined to like people who are good with animals, especially dogs, and most of all mabaris. They believe the dogs can pick out good people, and Cullen agrees. So when he sees the dogs brought in by scouts and some recruits, they all seem to love the Herald, licking their face and wagging their tags rapidly. Like Leliana, he seldom comments on it, but he loves it.

Theory 2: The Murder of Jasper

Alright, I know this wasn’t the theory I said I’d be covering, but since it’s Halloween, I figured it’d be fitting to cover something involving this fandoms favorite ghost child. Also, the Max and David analysis is going to much longer than I had originally thought, so I figured I’d give you all a smaller theory to let you know I haven’t stopped doing these.

Okay, so the main point of tonights theory is this simple question: How exactly did Jasper die? Was it murder as most believe, or was it actually through natural causes?

I know this is a bit different from the theory I had originally planned to do, one that discussed if Neil and Jasper were related, but upon starting my research, I found there simply wasn’t as much information as I thought there was to give an answer either way from the one episode Jasper was in. I apologize for the abrupt switch, but hey, this should still be fun! Anyway, onto the theorizing!

Now, do I believe Jasper was murdered? Yes.

After looking back on ‘Journey to Spooky Island’, there were one too many tells to me that suggested Jasper hadn’t died their naturally. To make this go a little faster, I’ll be breaking down who had committed this murder, and where exactly Jasper was (and possibly still may be) when it occurred.

So, if Jasper had been murdered, where did it take place?

I feel that, hands down, Jasper meet his demise in Campbell’s mansion. I mean, just look at how terrified he got by just talking about the place:

Now, as for which room he died in specifically, that’s up for debate.

I had went into detail in this post about how the torture chamber the kids stumbled upon near the end was the room where his life ended; given his body language and sudden readiness to leave the mansion all together. However, after a re-watch, I’ve discovered that another, just as possible place for the murder is actually inside the laboratory (I also went into a bit more detail on this subject on the post I had linked earlier). Just look at how tense the other is just by entering the room:

His eyes immediate shift around the room even before the lights came on, as if checking for any signs of nearby danger, or maybe even if his killer was still lurking somewhere nearby.   

However, a major factor that disproves this notion is the fact Jasper still wanted to continue on their quest to rid the island of its evil. Despite this, I do believe there might be another location in the mansion that might be the true location of Jasper’s murder. Just take a look at his reaction when Max goes to open the side-room of the torture chamber:

“No!”

This, to me, is the most terrified reaction we’ve gotten out of Jasper above being startled by Nikki and Neil and his entering the torture chamber. Of course, upon the reveal, he has this expression: 

He seems to be just as confused as the others, almost like he expecting the room to hold something vastly different.

Like his murderer.

So, in my opinion, we’ve officially narrowed the list down the two rooms Jasper was most likely murdered in: The torture chamber or side-room turned fetish dungeon. 

Who exactly murdered Jasper?

While there is admittedly little evidence to go on in the episode, I believe I have come up with the possible murderers identity.

Surprisingly enough…it isn’t Cameron Campbell or The Quarter Master.

In the past, I strongly believed that one of these two men were responsible for the murder of this innocent little boy. However, after some examination, I found something that might very well disprove this. First, look at when Jasper’s expression before he pulls the level to the Campbell statue:

He’s genuinely calm, and not at all nervous like; the exact opposite of how I picture someone seeing a likeness of their killer. 

Additionally, look at his expression when he sees the others being taken back to camp by the Quarter Master:

Again, very calm, and not at all worried about the safety of the three kids being taken back across the lake. 

So, if the two prime suspects are out whose left? 

While this may sound hard to believe, it was a character we never actually get to see. More specifically, I theorize it was the figure we saw looming at the window when Nikki pointed out there was something inside. Just look at Jasper’s expression and tense shoulders:

He’s clearly in disbelief, he clearly recognizes whoever is on the other side of that window. So, fandom, I fully believe that they:

Are the ones responsible for killing Jasper.



Alright, that wraps up this frightening theory! I hope you’re all having a wonderful Halloween night, and as always, feel free to send your own thoughts/opinions/theory to the ask box! :)

impickingtheusername  asked:

My personal headcannon is that David was just like Max when he came to camp, angry, rebellious, and such. He didn't care about Camp Campbell and didn't want to be there. But, overtime, he came to appreciate the camp. Then, when his friend died (Jasper I think?) he realized just how much Camp Campbell meant to him and now tries to keep the camp spirit alive partly for Jasper's sake

Aw man, I am loving how you think buddy! :D

Although, considering what we’ve seen of younger!David so far, I just don’t think it’s possible he ever acted like Ma-

….

Huh.

Well, would you look at that. You learn something new everyday.

So sorry for the spoilers, but this ask set things up too perfectly.

anonymous asked:

Honestly in the intro song slides Nikki is absolutely living for all the activities David is doing, and while I too am a big fan of the David and Max dynamic, I am both shocked and appalled that there is so little appreciation in the fandom for David and the lil green nature child because thoSE TWO HAVING NATURE ADVENTURES TOGETHER WOULD BE THE BEST AND I WANT IT SO BAD

I relate to this on such an emotional level, anon.

I mean, she even copies his little dance in the intro! She’s obviously super into camping, but unfortunately, Max takes up most of David’s attention for that to really be acknowledged. Which is completely understandable, the jaded ten year-old is a very headstrong child, but I’d still love to see David and Nikki bonding over nature - either in canon or in the fandom.

Additionally, if there’s ever a episode focusing on Nikki’s adventure camp, I expect her and David to just be geeking out about nature the entire time.

My sister’s summary of a book she has never read
  • Bug: It’s a guy, who tells his life story at a bar and he’s a koala-
  • Me: He's Edema Ruh
  • Bug: -and he plays the lute and he’s in love with Denna and likes to name things.
  • Me: Well, you're not wrong.
Integrity & the Dusty Tutu

(undertale spoilers)

There is a common idea that one of the previously fallen children, Integrity, had killed monsters. This is likely because the Old Tutu is described as a “DUSTY TUTU” in a call with Papyrus.

However, this evidence is not as conclusive as it appears.


“Dangerous”

Among the different items, Integrity’s have interesting descriptions.

There are two ways to interpreting the item’s description. Quite literally, the Old Tutu’s defense stat is better than stats of the items found before Waterfall. The tutu is an “Armor,” and it is protective. However, the description can be read in a sarcastic tone. Realistically, a tutu is a rather flimsy piece of material. The narration could be sarcastic, which wouldn’t be uncommon given other sarcastic narration in the game.

In a similar way, the Ballet Shoes have a higher attack stat than the other items found before Waterfall. Whether that is enough to “make you feel incredibly dangerous” is debatable. This description could be sarcastic as well.

In any case, these item descriptions would not have a reflection on who Integrity was. Chara only recently woke up thanks to the player/frisk’s power, so they were not around for the other fallen children. It would be impossible for NarraChara to have known Integrity.


“Dusty”

The word “dusty” doesn’t exclusively refer to monster dust in Undertale. It is also used to describe when an item is covered with dust from disuse/not cleaning. 

The first use of “dusty” is in Asriel’s old bedroom. However, it is known for a fact that Asriel’s dust “spread across the garden” when he died. It’s highly unlikely that his dust was collected and spread on this photo frame, given that Flowey later comes to life because he was an essence-filled golden flower.

In another example, Toriel mentions that the basement is dusty in order to coax Frisk back upstairs. It’s extremely unlikely she means monsters perished there. Basements and attics tend to be dusty because these rooms aren’t used very often.

Two more uses of “dusty” can be found in Alphys’ room. Unlike her anime and manga, the scientific books are “dusty” from disuse. Likewise, her work table has dust on it. While the amalgamates’ origin may seem to give credence to this being monster dust, this is the worktable where Alphys works on Mettaton’s body. 

She has been avoiding working on his body, however, because she is “afraid if i finish his body, he won’t need me anymore… then we’ll never be friends ever again.”

The last innocent use of “dusty” is in Asgore’s home. As mentioned previously, this cannot be Asriel’s dust because his dust was spread across the garden.

In comparison, there are only two uses of “dusty” that refer to monster dust.

Without a doubt, this refers to monster dust considering that this is a genocide route exclusive text. There is literally dust on the human’s hands from killing monsters.

This line is only seen when trying to sell to Burgerpants after talking to him in the genocide route. Because this is genocide route exclusive, this likely refers to monster dust as well.


Conclusion

While “dusty” is used in both cases of regular dust and monster dust, the dusty tutu is old. It had been discarded in Waterfall, possibly untouched ever since. Without any evidence of what the ballerina child did in their time in the underground, the more reasonable conclusion is that the tutu is simply covered in regular dust.