the-Cullens

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I can’t find him guys. I mean, I think I’ve done pretty well with the rest of the team. BUT I CAN’T FIND THE EGG.


Oh yeah. And Cullen needs to evolve in to an Arcanine stat.

Edit: Due to some PC controversy, Jynx has now been named Andraste (thanks @smuttine!)


Cassandra had an inkling that’s what this evening was leading into. It had been so romantic– a long, candlelit path to a hammock, where she laid against her lover as he read poetry in a quiet, soothing voice. Rose petals were scattered all over the ground, touched by the breeze of the twilight hour. Finally, he opened the page to her favorite poem, and hidden inside the pages was a drawing of a ring. She looked up to him as he pulled it out of his pocket, her cheeks flushing red. Tears slipped down her eyes as she could only squeak out “yes” repeatedly.

Iron Bull shrugged when the Inquisitor suggested marriage. Marriage wasn’t a thing under the Qun, but since he was no longer under it… The hopeful look in his Kadan’s eyes was enough for him to smile and consent, though he wasn’t particularly excited about it. However, come the actual day of the ceremony, he actually cries tears of joy. Bull cries the most out of anyone at the wedding. He hadn’t imagined he’d feel like this, but it was good.

Blackwall sputtered in utter disbelief– she would marry him? After all that he’s done, all that’s happened, and… after asking if they’re sure, it takes every ounce of willpower to not start crying as he accepts their proposal. The man begins imagining their future far more often after that– a log cabin house built by his own hands, a mabari or two, at least two, maybe three, children with scraped knees and happy smiles running about their yard. And he’d finally be happy.

Sera repeatedly calls her lover a loony, in greater and greater glee and excitement, squealing as she accepted. She actually tackles them to the ground with kisses, and as soon as they get back up, she and the Inquisitor giggle all the way up to the tower that the Herald lives in. Later, as Sera lays awake in the middle of the night while her fiancée slumbers, holding up the ring the Herald gave her for her proposal in her fingers, imagining their life together. She means it. She loves her, and Sera’s never been happier in her life.

Solas’s greatest fear is dying alone. His vhenan stood before him, promise ring extended, eyes full of hope, offering to take away that fear. He stares, open-mouthed, in disbelief. The Dalish had cursed their enemies with “May the Dread Wolf take you!” and here his vhenan stood– aware who he was. Never before had he thought anyone would take him. Laughter bubbles up in his chest, tears prickling at the corners of his eyes as he accepts, taking her into his arms, kissing her. May the Dread Wolf take and be taken, he thinks wryly.

Dorian doesn’t know how to respond immediately. So many considerations float in his head– would it put his lover in danger, would it be safe, would it be… He eventually shakes himself back into reality. After staring into his lover’s hopeful eyes, he decides. Fuck it all. Weeping, he says yes in a blustery mess, kissing his lover with no reservations any longer. No matter what happened, so long as they were at each other’s side, they would be okay. Easy? No. But Dorian knows it’s all worth it. It’s all okay.

Cullen chokes when he realizes he’s being proposed to, his cheeks turning red, so red. For a moment, the events of the last ten years spin in his head, how it all led up to now. There was a time when life seemed too much, but he survived, and now she was there, and she loved him enough to marry him. Looking back to the woman before him, who stares up at him, proffering the lucky coin he gave them, now set as a ring. “Yes, I’ll marry you.” he says breathlessly, pulling her in for the tightest hug of her life. When he takes the ring, instead of putting it on his finger, he takes her hand and slips it on her ring finger. The coin still belonged with her.

Josephine squealed in delight, covering her mouth, starting to weep. It had been a romantic date to Val Royeaux, and in a moonlit gondola right through the thoroughfare, they popped the question, catching her completely off-guard. After regaining her senses, she can only squeal yes, over and over again, the details of their wedding already forming in her mind. She kisses them in utter delight, holding them tight, now and forever.

Krem is at a complete loss for words. Never in his life did he ever imagine he’d get married, much less the one proposed to. He isn’t even aware of the fact the Chargers had taken notice, and were watching intensely, silently. The love of his life wanted to marry him. They loved him for him, and he suddenly can’t bear to imagine a life without them. He says yes, and the Chargers erupt into cheers, surrounding the lieutenant and the newest Charger-to-be by marriage. Bull pulls them both into his arms, nearly squeezing the life out of both of them in a hug. Later on, Bull sternly warns the Inquisitor to treat Krem right; he wouldn’t stand for anything less.

anonymous asked:

You police every little problematic thing Bioware and its characters do - except for Sera. You're just as guilty as the Cullenites for that. Your points are valid, but you scream about how terrible Cullen is but never mention Sera's problematic ways.

Why is this like the go-to argument lately, it seems?

  1. You can be cruel to Sera in pretty much every single conversation you have with her, sometimes even unintentionally because fuck the dialogue wheel. You can even kick her out of the Inquisition, the first home she’s had in some time. You can hardly even insult Cullen, with the exemption of encouraging his addiction which is not at all what most of us want.
  2. Sera is an elf. Cullen is a human. There are serious and important dynamic differences in this! Adding the fact that Sera comes from poverty while Cullen, too.
  3. Sera is the first lesbian LI in DA. Of course I’m going to have some bias towards her. Meanwhile Cullen is a dime a dozen. 
  4. Sera is one of the most hated characters in Dragon Age. Cullen is one of if not the most loved. She hardly needs more hate when he hardly needs more love.
  5. IDK what you’re talking about re: denying Sera’s problems I do not deny/defend the problems with Sera’s writing. Literally one of my most popular recent posts is me saying how her writer doesn’t know how to write WLW.

I hardly think I qualify for the word policeI also hardly think that one character’s problems exempts another’s, as I’ve said before. And I hardly think Sera and Cullen are even near in the same ballpark. 

But thanks for saying my points are valid!

Yes Sera has problematic writing. But she is a better character than Cullen by far IMHO. And you know, this being my blog and all, I get to decide what I want to talk about.

Vivienne, Solas, and Dorian: Act like they knew all along and also act like they don’t understand why everyone else is so surprised. Secretly didn’t know, all of them are at least mildly embarrassed for not knowing.

Varric, Leliana, and Iron Bull: Were the ones who could actually tell the difference between the really short, sort of portly, human and an actual dwarf. They find everyone else’s reactions hilarious, Varric most of all, who nearly dies laughing.

Cassandra, Cullen, and Blackwall: Were entirely caught off-guard, utterly mortified and baffled when the Inquisitor frowns and asks “Didn’t you know?” Stammered awkward apologies and reassurances come, all of their faces bright red. Cassandra wants to kick herself, Cullen wants to sink into a hole when he realizes he accidentally repeatedly referred to the Herald as a dwarf, and Blackwall silently slinks back to his spot in the barn.

Sera: Laughs. Laughs incredibly hard, and calls the Inquisitor adorable and “So squishy cute!” Also asks what the difference is between short humans and dwarves, much to the second-hand embarrassment of some of the others.

Josephine: Is mortified. So mortified. Apologizes repeatedly to the Inquisitor, who is a lot calmer about it than she is. Prays none of the people she greeted remember her referring to the Inquisitor as a dwarf.

Cole: Knew. Doesn’t understand why it matters, tries to soothe the embarrassment of some of the others.

sometimes disliking or liking a character doesnt make you anything. youre not abusive or ableist for not feeling comfortable with a character. youre not abusive or ableist for liking a character. yeah theres a measure of responsibility with the media you consume - you should recognize patterns and be aware of how your own biases play into enjoyment of a character, and recognize that a lot of non white and esp black characters get treated worse by fandom AND creators than white counterparts - but when it comes down to it you can dislike a character without it being an indicator of anything about you.

anonymous asked:

Also - Sera never gets treated the same way as Cullen in the narrative? The narrative goes out of its way to treat Sera as crazy and such, while trying to portray Cullen as their golden boy. How are these two even comparable?

Yes that is also true. They are both shown to have mental illnesses and in Sera’s case autism, yet which one is demonized for it?

Thanks for all of the responses!
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 I’m going to make more Dragon Age/Adventure Time doodles!
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anonymous asked:

Sorry; but I don't understand what's so bad about the Disney Crossover? Not that I support it, just asking out of curiosity.

Because Disney decided to take a real and horrific event and turn it into a love story with terrible narratives. Because that person thought ‘oh, how romantic,’ and decided to insert Cullen and Lavellan. A situation that’s problematic as it is.

I do not have even the most minimal amount of energy to explain right now, especially when you can easily google the subject and find lots of explanations. You should also look up the real Pocahontas. And what she suffered.