the wise phoenix

Phoenix and Miles going to the grocery store as a couple for the first time. Trucy tags along because she likes being with her new papa, and because her daddy promised that she could buy her favorite cereal(Which has way too much sugar in Edgeworths opinion). They’ll spend time bickering over small things like which meat to get or the price of something. Trucy usually gets in the middle and helps decide, opting to hold her daddys right hand and papas left. Phoenix seeing the price of it all and nearly fainting because it costs way more than usual, and Miles insists he pays.

When they get home, they all work together to put things away. And since Edgeworth has never provided for himself, cooking wise, he lets Phoenix take care of the cooking, offering to help whenever he can.

“Polly! That’s called a “stepladder”! C'mon!”

“ …A stepladder? How is that different from a regular ladder then?” 

A list of some of my favorite dramione moments from the books:

  • She had slapped Malfoy across the face with all the strength she could muster. Malfoy staggered. Harry, Ron, Crabbe, and Goyle stood flabbergasted as Hermione raised her hand again. “Don’t you dare call Hagrid pathetic, you foul — you evil –“  - Prisoner of Azkaban
  • “I don’t believe it!” Hermione wailed. “Was Professor Flitwick angry? Oh, it was Malfoy, I was thinking about him and I lost track of things!”  - Prisoner of Azkaban
  • Hermione’s hand shot into the air.  Behind her back, Malfoy did a buck-toothed imitation of her jumping up and down in eagerness to answer a question.  - Order of the Phoenix 
  • You think he’ll be all right?” said Hermione nervously. “Course he will. Madam Pomfrey can mend cuts in about a second,” said Harry, who had had far worse injuries mended magically by the nurse.  - Prisoner of Azkaban
  • “Malfoy?” said Hermione, very skeptically.  “Well.. yes.. maybe..” And she remained deep in thought all the way into the outskirts of Hogsmeade. - Order of the Phoenix
  • Wise move, Granger,” breathed Malfoy.  - Order of the Phoenix
  • The door of the compartment slid open.“Very clever Granger,” said Draco Malfoy. - Goblet of Fire
  • Pansy Parkinson gaped at her as she walked by with Malfoy, and even he didn’t seem to be able to find an insult to throw at her. - Goblet of Fire 

this is what I’ve been working on for 6 hours thIS is. what Ive beenw orking on.  for6 hours THIS. THIS IS whAT I’VE BEEN WOrkING ON FOR 6!HOURS !! THIS!!!

i cannot believe myself

sherilapologist  asked:

whaddaya think some of the noah's wands would be?? whoever u feel up to doing. d'you think for Symbolism allen & the earl's wands would be the same?


Ohhh, I hadn’t thought about the Earl just yet! I think there would be a link between his wand and Allen’s though (perhaps through the phoenix feather core?). I don’t think they would have the same wood though – aspen is a wood I think Neah would be more likely to have.   I did a few of the Noah for you, along with the Earl though! ^^

Tyki Mikk
Chestnut, dragon heartstring, 13 inches, highly flexible.

“This is a most curious, multi-faceted wood, which varies greatly in its character depending on the wand core, and takes a great deal of colour from the personality that possesses it.” (Pottermore)

The fact that Chestnut is a multi-faceted wood is what caused me to immediately think of Tyki.  We know that Tyki has both a dark and light side (though sometimes they appear to be in conflict), and I think this type of wand would adapt well to that.   Also, when paired with dragon heartstring as a core, this type of wand is commonly paired with individuals who are fond of luxury and material things, regardless of how they are obtained.  Although Tyki is not someone I would exactly call materialistic, it’s important to note that he is the Noah of pleasure – and pleasure often comes from sensory indulgences.

As mentioned already, the dragon heartstring core was one I gave to him because of the affinity it can cause for luxurious and pleasurable things.  I also think Tyki struggles with the existence of Joyd, as he is one of the Noah who hasn’t fully allowed that self to awaken yet (and those with a dragon heartstring core can be weaker when it comes to the darker arts – however, I DO think a phoenix feather could work as a potential core for Tyki. It’s a close call in my mind).

Road Kamelot
Cherry, dragon heartstring, 10 inches, flexible.

“…For cherry wood often makes a wand that possesses truly lethal power, whatever the core, but if teamed with dragon heartstring, the wand ought never to be teamed with a wizard without exceptional self-control and strength of mind.” (Pottermore)

Cherry suits Road.  This is a wood that requires strength of mind and self-control, of which Road is definitely capable of.  Despite being incredibly sadistic, Road can keep her composure when the situation is dire or calls for it.  This is also a fitting wood, in that it is frequently mistaken as a more “ornamental” wood – which causes people to drastically underestimate its power (and Road, being the tiny and deviously cute individual she is, has probably been underestimated before).

Dragon heartstring is the core I ended up giving Road, mainly because as mentioned in the above quote it is a lethal combination with cherry wood.  I can’t envision Road having anything less.

Sheril Kamelot
Elm, Phoenix feather, 13 inches, flexible.

“Of all wand woods, elm, in my experience, produces the fewest accidents, the least foolish errors, and the most elegant charms and spells; these are sophisticated wands, capable of highly advanced magic in the right hands (which, again, makes it highly desirable to those who espouse the pure-blood philosophy).” (Pottermore)

Sheril’s human life consists of him being in foreign affairs and a more political environment, so I imagine he would possess a wand with a wood that is highly refined and sophisticated.  Sheril is also quite manipulative, so it makes sense to me that his wand would be made of a wood that would be less likely to produce errors.  A wand that allows for craft and careful planning would be of great use to him.

Phoenix feather seemed to work the best as his core.  I think when paired with elm, it would be a powerful wand. The allegiance of a phoenix feather is difficult to win over and can be rather picky in choosing a wielder, but I feel it would work for Sheril.

Wisely Kamelot
Silver lime, unicorn hair, 10 ½ inches, rigid.

“The reasons for these wands’ desirability lay not only in their unusually handsome appearance, but also because they had a reputation for performing best for Seers and those skilled in Legilimency, mysterious arts both, which consequently gave the possessor of a silver lime wand considerable status.” (Pottermore)

Wisely would do well with a silver lime wand. Given that Wisely is so skilled in tapping into and playing with people’s minds, I can’t think of a more appropriate wood for his wand than one that is beneficial for assisting with clairvoyance and legilimency.  

Unicorn hair is a core I also think would be appropriate for Wisely. It might not be the most powerful core, but Wisely isn’t a fighter type.  This core is also the least subjected to fluctuations and blockages, which will certainly come in handy for Wisely.

Millennium Earl
Yew, phoenix feather, 13 ½ inches, mild flexibility.

“The wand of yew is reputed to endow its possessor with the power of life and death, which might, of course, be said of all wands; and yet yew retains a particularly dark and fearsome reputation in the spheres of dueling and all curses.” (Pottermore)

After going through the different woods, yew felt like the most fitting for the Earl.  The possessor of a yew wand can often be viewed as a notorious individual, and there is a close association with this type of wood and death. This comes not only from the speculation that the wielder of a yew wand will be adept of performing curses and tied to the powers of life and death, but also with the lore that wielders buried with these wands will have yew actually sprout from the graves to protect their corpses.  This wood is not intended for a timid individual by any means, and those who wield yew wands are known to be highly protective of their families.  While this can be challenged with the Earl’s relationship to Mana, Neah, and Allen, there is still the issue of how protective he appears to be of Road and the other Noah.

Hands down, the Earl’s core would be a phoenix feather – and possibly a feather from the same phoenix of which Allen’s core came from.  

Thanks for the ask! <3

I usually get SUPER annoyed when reviews feel the need to constantly highlight the “shrieking girls” in the crowd but like…last night in Phoenix….they were all 100% shrieking. The girls behind me were acting like they were being stabbed and slaughtered. They were screaming so much you couldn’t hear him for a lot of the songs. And were like death metal screaming the lyrics. It was A LOT and massively overkill and a huge difference from the LA crowd show which was totally respectful and chill and diverse (age/gender-wise). Phoenix was mostly young. Mostly female. And mostly extra. On our way out two girls were holding each other and violently sobbing. I don’t get how that equates to a good time. How do you enjoy a show if you’re violently screaming over it the whole time? I don’t like judging how others enjoy themselves but if you’re being so obnoxious that you’re greatly decreasing the enjoyment of those around you, chill the fuck out.

Apollo Justice Ace Attorney in a nutshell
  • Apollo: Yay!! i have my very own game i'm so happy
  • Kristoph: LOL i kill everyone :D
  • Phoenix: hey, so i'm gonna casually take over your game now
  • Apollo:
  • Trucy:
  • Klavier: AAAAAA my GuItar Is on fire HELLP HERr-forehead senpai
  • Lamiroir: MY CHILDREN
  • Phoenix: choose wisely

Judge: Mr Wright, are you ready to start your cross-examination of Mr. Edgeworth?

Phoenix: I am, your honour, but rest assured, it will a normal examination. I am not in any way cross. [To Edgeworth] You are Miles Edgeworth, are you not?

Judge: Mr. Wright, we have already established that. Might I suggest that you try less to do an impression of a lawyer you once saw on television and make your case as simply as you possibly can.

Phoenix: Wise words, my learned lud.

anonymous asked:

Who does Ryland take after personality-wise? Phoenix or Miles?

Part 1

Edgeworth: Why, me of course. Sure, Phoenix contributed a lot to the batch but that doesn’t mean that I didn’t give my talent for being determined in court. That’s why my son gives a fight to those who are older than him. Plus, Ryland got my good looks, right?

Phoenix: …Anon said personality wise, you arrogant prick.

“River was not the kind of person that you worried about. His father would be, like, “Hey, man, let’s go to Guatemala.” And River would say, “Listen, Dad, I know I’m fifteen years old and I should have fun. But I have to do my scene tomorrow and I have to learn my lines and I have a responsibility to be on the set and be rested.” He was really tender with his father.”

Reid Rosefelt | unit publicist on The Mosquito Coast


“I’ve kept my ego and my happiness completely separate from my work. I don’t depend on my work to make me feel good about myself. When people invest their ego and their self-image in their work, and one day someone doesn’t look at it in the same way they do, or you grow up and your eyebrows get bushy and you don’t get parts, you fall so heavily and you hurt so bad.” - River Phoenix