Boardgame Bosses

So, the base boardgame bosses…

first we have the dark souls 1 bringing out a pair of polearm swinging stone constructs: The Belltower gargoyle and the Titanite Demon.

Next, we have dark souls 3 with the Dancer and two of the games big knights, the winged knight and the boreal outrider (total jerk!)

But it wouldn’t be dark souls without the dynamic duo…

Biggie and smalls
Laurel and Hardy
Fatboy and Slim
Bert and Ernie

Ornstein and Smough!


brotp: Jim Lake Jr. & Toby Domzalski

“Last week, we went for tacos. I paid, you said, ‘Next time on me’. You’re gonna get this letter back unopened after the fight. When you get back, we’ll get tacos.”

“Tacos sound good.”

Fives is Graceful and Clumsy AF

He either stumbles like a newborn foal

or is as smooth as flowing water.

There is no in-between. Seriously, look at this nerd. Flawless execution.

Fumbling dweeb.

He can dodge blasters like a pro

but can’t stay on his feet.

Do a barrel roll!

Even when he does land on his feet, he kind of flops over and needs help standing.

His close-range coordination is abysmal (baby where are you aiming exactly?). But he doesn’t always get decked in the face.

Sometimes he’s tripped and then gets decked in the face (he really needs to stop trying to punch commando droids).

He has better aim with his feet

except when he doesn’t

DO NOT TELL ME HE TRIPPED CUZ OF THE EXPLOSION he was well on his way to face-planting even before the detonator went off. Someone protect this panicky dork.

Bonus: “Deadeye” Hardcase taking care of Business™ while Fives flails like a drunken nuna.

(more Fives stuff)

I feel like Jim was shy as a kid and that’s probably why he didn’t have any friends until he met Toby.

Like while other kids were playing outside, Jim preferred to be inside watching and helping his mom or (for a little while at least) dad in the kitchen. He always wanted to be near them because that’s where he felt most comfortable. Since Barbara went to school, Jim’s dad was home more often during the day, and little Jim picked up a lot of his beginner cooking skills from him. James Lake Sr. always wanted to have a nice dinner prepared for Barbara when she came home, something little Jim quickly adopted and took very seriously. Cooking made him happy, and seeing his mom and dad happy made him happy.

Other kids looking at him funny when he wanted to play pretend house instead of army or policeman during preschool did not make him happy. Being teased for bringing oven mitts and an apron much too large for him to show-and-tell did not make him happy. Being around other kids usually did not make him very happy.

So then Toby moves in across the street with his Nana, and Barbara insists Jim come with her to welcome the new neighbors. Jim is pretty much hiding behind her, gripping her pant leg, big blue eyes peeking apprehensively around the side, but Toby is a little ball of fiery energy. He’s chatty and excited, hiding the recent loss of his parents behind a big smile. He flies through a greeting before bouncing up to where Jim is hiding and bombarding him with talk. “Hi, I’m Tobywow is that a Spider-Man shirtI love Spider-Man but I think Thor is my favoritewho’s your favoriteis that flour on your armare you bakingmy Nana loves to bakeshe makes cookiesdo you like cookies?”

His enthusiasm is overwhelming, but Jim finds himself smiling, letting go of his mom’s leg. “I love cookies! Making them is fun.”


And from then on they become the dynamic duo, and with Toby as a good friend Jim comes out of his shell more and becomes more confident around his peers throughout the years. Although neither of them are still that comfortable around other kids; that’s why they’ve always stuck close by each other. And Toby fills the void of his parents’ loss with Jim’s company and companionship. They both give each other what the other needs.

Digressing but still related to little Jim and Tobes: they also totally played with that dollhouse Toby has in his room when they were younger and Jim definitely got an easybake oven as a birthday gift from Toby the first year they knew each other and he was so happy he cried

BREAKING: #Sulli And #Choiza Have Broken Up

According to a report by Star News, Sulli and Dynamic Duo’s Choiza have broken up, two years and seven months since they were first revealed to be dating in August 2014.

SM Entertainment has confirmed with Sulli that the news is true, and said that Sulli and Choiza have decided to simply remain as colleagues.

Sulli, originally a part of SM girl group f(x), left the group in August 2015 in order to pursue a career in acting. Choiza, who debuted in 2000, founded the entertainment agency Amoeba Culture in 2006. His most recent release with Dynamic Duo, “Grand Carnival,” was in November 2015.

via soompi


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