this scene is the shit


But really, the more I watch it the more I realise it’s not only a fantastic Ignis moment, it’s a fantastic Chocobros moment in general? REALLY LONG POST AHEAD + UNFINISHED GAMEPLAY WRITING BUT THIS SCENE

Lemme start with Ignis because duh (if you’ve seen anything out of me the past two weeks, it’s probably been Ignis related). He’s been pretty passive about losing his eyesight up until this point. He calls it a minor sacrifice in the grand scheme of things. When Noctis and Gladio fight on the train, Ignis says nothing, even though part of the argument is his own injury. He only tries to stop Gladio by saying his name; Prompto is the one who tries to break it up (more in a moment. anyway not that Ignis really could break it up rn but you know) He’s been optimistic enough about it, though. “I’ll manage somehow” when you invite him into the mines. “This is considerably harder than I expected” he says about fighting. But sometimes you hear the boys say something and Iggy just sort of sighs. They’re dancing around him, and his injury, and the argument, and this scene is where it culminates.

The first time he actually says that it isn’t okay is because of their friendship hitting a low point, rather than his actual injury. But he is so, so aware of that injury and how it has the potential to drag them down. He still says “I would remain with you all. Til the very end” because these are his brothers and he damn well plans to, but that said.

This is the first time we hear Ignis raise his voice, I think. Not including battle cries and the like. Which is saying a lot because this boy is very, very calculated on his emotions. (ie later on when Prompto falls off the train, you hear the very audible difference in Noctis’s voice vs Iggy’s) He’s Crownsguard, Noctis is his king, he will do anything for him, and believes he has no reason to complain even if he has gone blind. But that’s a Big Thing. His yelling in this scene exactly “I know full well!” is finally, finally his frustration coming out and it’s triggered because of their bickering (or anti-bickering, since they aren’t really… speaking much).

He says he is willing to bow out if he starts to slow them down, which imo is like asking him to suffer a physical injury all over again (he is Crownsguard, Noctis is his king, he will do anything for him) but he still will DO IT because he won’t be a burden.

He goes on to give Noctis what, I think, is a much needed confidence boost. “A king pushes onward always, accepting the consequences and never looking back” and in the opening sentences for the next chapter, it literally uses those same words to describe Noct’s reaction to Ardyn’s trick: never looking back. (Also never looking back is exactly what Ignis is doing right now, which is why the choice to focus the camera so much on his scars in that moment is AMAZING.)

He continues with that to tell Gladio that Noct will be king and he will rule, but “only once he’s ready”. And this is SO important. Gladio’s interaction with Noct is painful at least and rage inducing at worst (more below) but not only does Noct need to hear this, Gladio does, too. They can push Noctis into that throne but he will never be able to lead until he is ready, and that involves coming to terms with some very, very heavy stuff that’s been happening. Everybody doesn’t handle grief the same way and they’re all having a hard go at it in very different ways thanks to the events of late.

So all of this makes this the DAMN GOOD IGNIS MOMENT. But it’s also really good for the rest of them, both in mentioned ways and others, but since I’m apparently waxing poetic 

Prompto, Gladio, and Noctis under the cut ↓ (note: 150% zoom for easier reading)

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I know from all my knowlage of anime that when a character’s eyes start to glow, shit’s about to go down.


Is Pearl really this good of a sword fighter?


This choreography is so fucking incredible, the music is absolutely excellent, and the scenes overall are amazing. Pearl sure got some talent in swordfighting, holy shit. I want to see her fight using a sword in real combat now. Damn…

good mass effect: andromeda ships:

- gil/kallo (uptight nerd/competent mess and enemies to friends to lovers in one ship i mean what more do you want)
- peebee/lexi (same as above also holy shit the scene where lexi literally drowns her sorrows in a bottle because peebee thinks she doesn’t have feelings or care for her… gay)
- liam/jaal (they are positively obsessed with each other and spend a suspicious amount of time naked together… also jaal literally planned on KNITTING for liam)
- vetra/me (hold me, raptor wife)

bad mass effect: andromeda ships:
- peebee/jaal seriously what the fuck bioware i can’t believe out of all the options you made this npc ship canon why are you like this

anonymous asked:

omg i just rewatched 1776 and holy shit. that scene where Abby's holding up her skirts and running 😍😍😍😍😍 there's something extremely sexy about women running in big long skirts 💗💗💗💗💗

Me @ that scene: my longest yeah boi ever

anonymous asked:

but it wasnt on carolines part it's what im saying. like i just dont see her feeling anything about him at all. let alone classify it as cheating, i just dont see where it was emotionally charged on her part

The scene was emotionally charged because Klaus was supposed to be saying some philosophical shit to Caroline that struck her on a fundamental, core level and the fact that it was Klaus saying these things makes it an emotionally charged phone call between them, she is clearly shaken by their conversation, that makes it emotionally charged, whether you think it’s manufactured or unearned is another story, because like I told another anon it’s not like Klaus is the only one who knew she would want to be a part of the twins’ lives, but the show is packaging it as a link between them through the things that Klaus was saying. This isn’t about romance or love, it’s about emotional chemistry and the point of the call was to show that they had it or else the phone call wouldn’t have happened in the first place.

As for the cheating thing, you are clearly not reading what I said. Last time I’m repeating it or you can just go back through the posts yesterday and read the context of that response. An anon was saying because there was an emotional intimacy between Stefan and Elena they were cheaters and I had kept arguing against that so I was being facetious saying well then Bonnie and Damon are cheaters because of how they act and the KC phone call because of what I just wrote makes Caroline a cheater. I didn’t actually believe it. I was making a point. OK now I’m done.