total bamfs

Minerva McGonagall knew Augusta Longbottom’s Charms score, but she’s not old enough to have taught Neville’s grandmother

So they must have gone to school together and now I’m just picturing this awesome rivalry between the two of them.

  • Augusta’s in Ravenclaw, and Minerva’s in Gryffindor and they’re both prefects with damn near perfect grades
  • They take a special pleasure in showing one another up in class
  • When Minerva gets Head Girl, it crushes Augusta (and maybe Minerva lets up her teasing about the Charms OWL.  Maybe.  Just a little)
  • Two words: Quidditch rivalry
  • I mean they both respect each other deep down, but they’re competitive and extremely skilled, and neither one backs down easily
  • When they’re paired to practice dueling in DADA they can literally go for hours, and it usually ends in stalemates because the professor just kicks them out
  • When they hear people are starting to place bets on their fights, they hunt down the gamblers together, and no one ever really feels like crossing them again
  • Albus Dumbledore once remarked it was fortunate that the Sorting Hat put Minerva in Gryffindor because he didn’t think Hogwarts could survive the two of them working together for long 
“Buried” (Chapter Nine)

Whoo! Two Chapters in One Day! Lots happens in this chapter. The guys finally kiss, Steve is a total BAMF and Tony is as well. Language Warning– I have used the f-bomb like sprinkles on a cake here so heads up! Share the love and like and reblog for me, and say lots of nice things!


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Day Four

Tony was barely paying attention to where he was walking, too exhausted from the constant hiking and from a restless night to attempt any conversation, much less keep track of every step he was taking.

Neither one of them had slept well, all too aware of the way their interactions were deepening, of how every word exchanged seemed to be laced with extra meaning and a world of hurt. Steve had been out of line, calling out Tony’s actions the way he had, and Tony had been out of line calling him heartless, insinuating that Steve didn’t care about the murdered students.

Both of them had said awful things, and now it was fragile between them, each waiting to be broken all over again by a wrong word or harshly phrased sentence. Or maybe— both waiting for the other to say something about how Steve didn’t have nightmares when he slept next to Tony, or about the apologies and which ones were the right ones.

But neither of them said anything, so they both just kept walking.

Steve, who hadn’t hardly shown any signs of slowing down this entire time, was walking with his head down, feet dragging. Tony, who had reached his breaking point yesterday but was still somehow trudging on, was doing even worse.

So when Steve stopped abruptly, Tony didn’t notice and ran right into him.

“Damn it, why–”

“Hush.” Steve clapped a hand over his mouth and pushed him deeper into the forest, behind a thick stand of trees. “Just wait.”


Hush!” He snapped, and kept his hand over Tony’s mouth as he peered through the trees as best he could. “We found them.”

“The village?” Tony mumbled against his hand and Steve shook his head.

“The other mercenaries.” Very carefully he released Tony, and waved him forward, ducking down to make themselves as small as possible as they crept closer to the edge of the hill and looked over the cliff face. “They are making camp close to the village so they can spot us whether we come from the forest, the river or the road.”

“Christ.” Tony swore under his breath, adrenaline pumping, fatigue forgotten now as they stared down at maybe a dozen men milling around a rudimentary camp site. All held automatic rifles, dressed in the same all black uniform that Rumlow and Mike had been in.

“Are these all your men?” Tony hissed and Steve shook his head, getting even lower and crawling on his belly to get a better view.

“No, the standard black uniform is pretty common, especially with security teams. This way they blend in. People expect to see us around every once in awhile because of the dig site.”

“Lovely.” Tony stared down at the men for a few minutes, before tensing and elbowing Steve. “Look.”

Rumlow stepped from one of the tents and every line of Steve’s body stiffened. “That bastard.” he growled. “I’m gonna destroy him.”

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anonymous asked:

I'm gonna need you to GIF the whole episode of Gotham last night. Mainly the parts where Bruce is a total Baddass <3

I’ll will do that for sure, because a) Bruce this episode was total bamf b) because David acted his ass off, and he impressed me so much in certain moments I’m still in awe of his performance.

  • for example when he sees what’s going on in that amusement park that Jerome took him too, the chaos, and the violence and death.
  • The second one when he’s trying to escape and that pin falls and he looks up, he looks so lost and scared, David nailed that. 
  • The third one when he picks up that piece of glass and holds it over Jerome’s face, then he looks at himself in the mirror and just …screams, that was hella powerful. 
  • And the last one when he sees Alfred that he thought was dead and almost breaks down in tears. 

In conclusion David Mazouz is terrific actor, and we’re so lucky he’s our Bruce Wayne. Sorry for that rambling, I’m still so impressed by that episode. This is why I started watching this show people, and after 3 and a half seasons I finally got to see it.

10 reasons to watch How To Get Away With Murder

1. Without Viola Davis already making the entire show already, she gives us Annalise Keating who is a total BAMF who’s monologues will leave you taken back in awe at the total power she has and she loves and protects everyone even when they don’t always deserve it

2. Alfred Enoch has an English accent that will blow your freaking mind if you were a Harry Potter fan and his character Wes Gibbons is an immigrant, orphan and you see him progressively getting more problematic throughout the show but it’s great

3. Gay Relationship: Coliver, cute af, and for once there’s no stereotypes placed upon the two like in every other tv show or movie ever, EXTREMELY problematic yes but adorable nonetheless and you never seem to stop rooting for them 

4. Michaela freaking Pratt, played by the most ever gorgeous Aja Naomi King, has the most interesting background by far and just a total boss ass bitch that knows how to get the job done while just absolutely slaying 

4. Laurel Castillo played by Karla Souza is a bilingual underdog goddess who will rise when no one is watching 

5. Asher Millstone, played by Matt McGorry, is the best slow burn of your life how he goes from 0 to 100 with the most character development by far on the show and will always leave you laughing 

6. Connor Walsh, played by Jack Falahee, never shows it but cares deeply for people when they need it most but also gives no fucks about who disagrees with him, also a hoe but we love him (also my favorite character !!!!!! )

7. You have this character who is an absolute ray of sunshine Rebecca Sutter who looks like she could kill you with one look but is actually the biggest softie on the show and in real life played by Katie Findlay 

8. Season 2 you get the most gorgeous adopted siblings Caleb and Catherine Hapstall who’s storyline will NEVER leave you bored played by Kendrick Sampson and Amy Okuda 

9. Eve freaking Rothlow who is the cutest, hottest person ever who saves the day when no one else can and is just way too precious for us played by the gorgeous Famke Janssen 

10. The cast has the best friendship and their dynamic with each other is so great and they live tweet and like your tweets and are so down to earth its crazy  (and they’re also really gorgeous) 

So yes you should totally watch this show because it is so diverse and amazing and just all around yes :))

okay, how come when I see a post about A+ parenting in disney movies no one ever mentions these two? The literally were the best parents ever! They loved their kids and always managed to keep overview of them eve though they had 15 kids! 15 KIDS! and they managed and were just happy! and when someone tried to harm their kids they had all of london looking for them! A whole city! 
But that wasn’t good enough for badass Pongo and Perdita! No! They went out themselves to make sure their kids were safe and they went miles through snow and ice to find them! and when they found them they did not only make sure THEIR kids were safe but also all the 84 other puppies were safe and when the police couldn’t find out where they came from they just said ‘Okay, we have 15 kids already but you know what, we love you too so come and be part of our family!’
So Pongo and Perdita are total BAMFS and no one can convince me otherwise and I just have a lot of feelings about this movie!!

bang bang (shots in the night)

Missed the last Fluff Friday, but I’m stealing the prompt anyways: “Messenger”

Masterpost for the smol!Kakashi series can be found here.

Timeskip! (Sakura is about 23 and Kakashi has finally hit mid-twenties.) Bandit hunting is no fun. At least Sakura has matchmaking to keep her occupied.

The shadows between the trees are silent as Sakura watches the night. The ragtag group of chūnin she’s been leading are curled in their cloaks around the soft embers of the fire, safe and quiet.

The mission itself has been safe and quiet so far; the best part about not working with her team is that she’s significantly less likely to run into S-ranked missing nin or should-be-dead men. Of course, that also means that the worst part about not working with her team is that she’s significantly less likely to run into S-ranked missing nin or should-be-dead men.

Bandit hunting in the forest at the end of fall with a disruptive group of chūnin in need of some discipline is boring.

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So if Padme is knocked into Obi-Wan’s body, Obi-Wan into Anakin’s and Anakin into Padme’s - we all know that:

A. Padme now knows the benefits of being Force-sensitive and finally understands what’s it all about.

B. Obi-Wan has to deal with a gazillionth amount of Force-sensitivity due to Anakin’s super midichlorian-count.

C. Anakin is left completely Force-blinded, which is a total shock to a guy who used to have the highest Force-sensitivity from every other Jedi.


Based on this conversation with cadesama and skygawker .
Star Wars fandom, ladies and gentlemen. 

wayward daughters would be amazing and I want to write it

OK no but shh, listen to my wisdom:

  • Donna is unfailingly kind and cheerful and supportive of the girls, and it drives Claire nuts, because this isn’t a game, this isn’t fun, her whole family is dead and you can’t just be all happy-smiley-sunshine after that, it’s not possible, right? And one day she just loses it, because what the fuck does Donna know about loss or pain, and what gives her the right to tell Claire or anyone else that it’s going to be okay? And Donna doesn’t falter; just says, very calmly, with a smile that’s only a tiny bit smaller than usual, that she might not know what it’s like to lose the people she loves to monsters, but that doesn’t mean she’s never lost them to anything else; that it takes a different kind of courage to watch your mother die of cancer and still be able to go to work afterwards. And she knows, she knows what people think of her: that because she smiles so much, she must not really understand how bad the world can be, but she’s still a sheriff, she’s still seen terrible things, and she’ll understand if Claire never sees eye to eye with her, but exactly because the world can be so bad at times, Donna thinks it’s all the more important to wring every bit of good from it that you can, even if you still sleep with a gun in reach or an angel sword under your bed. And maybe Claire cries in her lap, and maybe she just nods, but the next time Donna asks the girls if they want to bake with her and Alex rolls her eyes, Claire steps right up and grabs a spoon, and Krissy shrugs and says, “What the hell,” and joins in, and then Alex mutters something about how there’s nothing good on TV anyway, and they make stupid animal-shaped cookies and have a flour fight in the kitchen.
  • Jody and Donna having separate rooms, because most nights they want a bit of peace and time to themselves, but neither of them is really used to sleeping alone, so at first, they don’t sleep all that well. But one night, they both get woken up late by giggling coming from Claire’s room, and when they go in, all three girls are cuddled up in the one bed watching cartoons on an iPad with ghost!Kevin perched nearby, and when the adults look surprised they just raise their eyebrows and look at them like, “What?”. And when Jody looks at Alex in particular, Alex says, “Hey, you told me to find a healthy coping mechanism,” and it’s pretty hard to argue with that, so Jody just tells them to have lights out in an hour and goes back to bed, and when Donna says in the hall that she thinks the girls have the right idea, she says, “If only it was that easy.” But two nights later, after a really bad day and an hour of tossing and turning, she gets up and goes down the hall to Donna’s room and climbs into bed with her, and Donna just beams in her flannel jammies, and Jody just mutters, “Not a word,” and gets in beside her. (And this would make an awesome framing device for a specific episode that begins with everyone sleepless in their own rooms, camera sweeping through the house to Krissy’s narration about loneliness and secrets before we smash-cut to her in the midst of a crime scene, talking to the young girl who’s been witness to a supernatural death; the monster of the week preys on lonely people; the last scene is an identical sweep through the now-shared rooms, and the VO is Krissy again, but this time she’s writing a journal.)
  • An underlying theme of sexual autonomy and discovery where Krissy is the one that everyone else goes to for solid romantic advice, because Alex was used as sexualised bait for creepy dudes and Claire was nearly raped on the okay of someone she trusted and Donna still has anxieties about her romantic worth because of Doug and Jody once went on an actual date with the King of Hell, never mind the deaths of her husband and Bobby Singer, but Krissy’s breakup with Aiden was healthy and she’s confident and sensible and goes on dates and knows exactly what she wants, and has exactly zero tolerance for dudes who look like they’ll fuck with her ladies. Donna asking Krissy to vet her dates, and Krissy doing it the first couple of times, but then gently telling Donna that she’s awesome enough to trust her own judgement, and Donna believing her. (Which would also make an awesome lead-in for an episode about an abused incubus, where they have an argument about consent and saving monsters and humanity and sex and the creepy villain tries to win onto Krissy and it 9000% does not work.)  
  • Kate and Josephine as girlfriends who work as supernatural scouts, travelling up and down the country looking for lost souls and problem cases: their cover is Josephine travelling to athletic meets (and don’t you love the idea of a human athlete having a werewolf trainer?) and they periodically either check in with the others at the Academy (as they fondly call Jody’s house) or call them out to see what’s going down elsewhere. Plus and also, it turns out that there’s more supernatural creatures than you’d expect hiding out in the athletic and sporting world, given the whole super-speed-and-strength thing a lot of them have, and it kind of pays to keep a finger on that particular pulse.
  • Bring me all the demonised female monsters of world mythology - the nagas and harpies, sirens and succubi, gorgons and furies and medusas - and give me a show where their monstrousness is made distinct from their femininity; where a group of female Hunters is in a position to question the frequently sexist lore that’s been used to demonise them, drawing new distinctions between monsters that are always threats, and monsters that just happen to be female, and monsters that are both.
  • All the girls have dayjobs that help them access different facets of supernatural crime and to help those affected by it, so that, in addition to Josephine the athlete, we have Krissy as a trainee sheriff, Claire working with kids in the foster system and Alex - well. Alex is a bit harder to pin down, because she’s sly and smart and she has no patience for bullshit; she tries her hand at a lot of different jobs, but she always ends up moving on, because she keeps ferreting out secrets and pissing people off, and then one day she ends up figuring out that the bartender at her equally new job is an undercover fed working what they think is a drugs case, but which Alex already knows has a link to something supernatural (literal magic mushrooms, YES), and, well, long story short, it turns out there’s a government agency with an eye on the Hunter world and once Alex pulls their rookie’s ass out of the fire, she gets tapped to train with them, so that she steadily becomes a link between Jody’s girls and the bigger world of supernatural law enforcement.
  • A story built around a strong ensemble cast, but which isn’t pinned to a single location, even though there’s a single place they all come back to, so that everyone gets to develop in different ways and directions; each episode picks a different focal character, and the story goes where they take us, but there’s always the overarching theme of the Academy and their togetherness, even when they’re apart. 
  • Linda Tran as a total BAMF who periodically shows up with a case or an artefact to hide. Linda Tran challenging Jody to a drinking contest, and the two of them sharing an amused glance when Donna asks to join in. Donna and Linda subsequently drinking Jody under the table, the two of them carrying her up to bed and tucking her in before going to sit outside and bonding over a shared love of gardening.
  • Hannah restarting the process in Heaven for the creation of prophets that Metatron turned off. The first new prophet is a teenage girl who ends up at the Academy. She’s our introductory character, and once the others realise what she is - or rather, once ghost!Kevin does - they summon Hannah to explain her purpose.  
  • Dorothy comes back from Oz and resurrects Charlie with Gilda’s help. FIGHT ME.       

anonymous asked:

Scary situation calls for Bones impressing Spock and Jim by being a total bamf in a fight against some baddies to protect his boyfriends

  • Waking up in the morning usually follows the same routine every day. Spock wakes up first, because he spends an abnormal amount of time trying to fix his bangs in the bathroom. The sound of the shower, usually wakes Bones up, though he snoozes until he smells the fresh coffee Spock prepares for the two of them (he doesn’t drink it himself). That’s Leonard’s cue to get out, too, joining a fully dressed Spock at the table in their shared quarters, hair still a mess, and barely dressed. Their quiet talking wakes Jim up, too, who joins them a little later. After their coffee, Spock leaves to the Bridge early, while Bones and Jim fight over the shower and the sink. Because contrary to romance novels, showering together is neither practical nor particularly hot. It’s their routine every morning, and Bones is superstitious enough to believe things go wrong if they skip either one of these steps, fully ignoring the “that’s illogical, doctor” from Spock every time he brings it up. Not his fault, things just happen on mornings when they don’t follow this routine.
  • And so Leonard instantly knows today is going to be a bad day. Jim is up before anyone else, waking both Spock and Leonard up because he’s just singing in the shower. Spock joins Jim a few seconds later, but Bones lies in bed until coffee. No day should be started without a cup of coffee. Jim walks over to their coffee machine to make some, but his attention is pulled away from it when Chekov’s voice rings over the intercom. “Captain Kirk to Bridge,” his voice rings, “we’ve arrived at Eris II.” Jim reaches out for the intercom, pressing the speaker button quickly. “Got it. I’ll be there in a minute,” he calls out ot Chekov, and before Bones can even say anything, Jim is just out the door.
  • Spock, too. After cleaning himself up in the bathroom, Spock gently nudges Leonard’s side. “Time to wake up, doctor.” “Where’s the coffee?” Bones complains, and Spock smiles. “You can get coffee in med bay.” “That’s bad luck, Spock.” “Don’t be illogical,” Spock says, “you can also make the coffee here yourself. Just report to the bridge when you’re done in med. We’re beaming down.” “Great,” Leonard says, sitting up straight. Spock reaches out, fingers lingering on Leonard’s hand, before pulling away and heading out the door, too. Leonard sighs, running a hand through his hair. “I have a bad feeling about today.”
  • And really, the planet looks like shit. All dirt, very little water. Hot and arid, and those places with water are crawling with monsters Leonard definitely doesn’t want to get close to. “Giant spiders,” Leonard says when Spock mentions the aliens crawling around there, “you’re saying you’re beaming down to a planet of giant spiders?” “Among other things, yes,” Spock says. “And not just us,” Jim says, gently patting Bones’ shoulder, “you’re coming down with us.” “The Hell I am,” Leonard says, “you’re not going to beam me down to a planet crawling with spiders. I refuse. There is no way you’ll get me down to that planet. Spiders, Jim!” “And roaches,” Spock says. “That’s even worse! You know how many diseases these things carry around! I’ll be in med bay, treating your asses when you get back.”
  • “So nice of you to join us,” Jim mocks Bones with a smug little smile when they land down in the sand. The air is hot and dry, immediately making it harder to breathe properly without inhaling dusty sand. “You shut the hell up,” Bones says, “now let’s go rescue that research team that got itself stuck here in the first place.”
  • They follow the last known coordinates of the research team, and they start figuring out why the team stopped responding. Their camp is overrun by creepy crawlers. No spiders (thankfully), but if the number of other bugs are any indication, they were overrun by something else entirely. “I think it’s safe to assume they’re dead,” Bones says, backing away from a large bug crawling into their direction, “can we go?” “No,” Jim says, “we should find their bodies at least.” “Just for the record, if any of you gets bitten by anything, I’m not saving you,” Bones scolds, following after the two of them scouting the area for survivors.
  • A distress signal from other crew members indicate trouble ahead, and Jim makes them retrace their steps until they find them. Two dead, one still alive, but he’s not looking good. “What happened here?” Bones asks, kneeling down next to the survivor. His skin looks red and painful, multiple sting wounds on his arms and legs. A scorpion like creature rushes out through the sand, and before they can do anything about it, it stings Spock’s leg. “Spock! Christ,” Jim says, aiming his phaser at the creature and shooting it, but the creature moves fast. Bones doesn’t aim well, so rather than shooting the thing, the moment it comes close enough, Bones just… kicks it, and then turns his attention to Spock. “Are you okay? We don’t know how venomous these things are,” he says, instantly his worried self instead of the whole ‘I’m not healing you’- attitude he had before. “You kicked it,” Jim says, small smile on his face, “that’s pretty badass.” “Shut up and help me, let’s go find shelter so I can take a look at the sting wound,” Bones replies, though Jim is clearly still amused when they make it to a small cave. “Who knew you’d kick like Gary Anderson? That’s impressive.” “What does that even mean?”
  • Once inside the cave, Bones helps Spock sit down and he pushes his pants up. The sting looks red and painful, and Bones replaces his phaser for his tricorder. “Don’t go wandering off,” Bones warns Jim, who walks a little deeper into the cave. “I feel fine,” Spock assures Bones. “For now,” Bones replies, “because the venom hasn’t spread yet. You know scorpions use their venom to paralyze their prey, right? We gotta get you back to med.” “I feel fine,” Spock insists, ignoring the doctor cursing through gritted teeth as the Vulcan gets back up on his feet, though very unstably so, and Bones sits him back down on his feet. “You’re done,” he says, calling out to Scotty to beam Spock up and send him straight to med bay. 
  • “How did you even get up there?” Bones asks, finding Jim stuck in a spiderweb above the ground. “I found the research team. They’re very dead,” Jim says and him struggling in that sticky web only causes him to get more stuck. “Scotty, can you just beam us out of here?” Bones asks. “I detect three life forms,” Scotty replies, “I cannae distinguish between you and the other one.” “What other one?” Bones asks, though he quickly finds out. Because a giant spider crawls down from the ceiling, making its way to Jim quickly. Jim reaches out for his phaser, but his arms are stuck in webbing. “Bones,” Jim says slowly, eight eyes looming at the captain as he rapidly crawls closer. Bones aims his phaser, but he’s not great at aiming, and it only briefly scares the spider away. Then, it makes its way towards Jim again. “Bones,” Jim repeats, just getting himself more stuck the more he struggles. “Hold your breath,” Bones says, rummaging through his bag until he finds a makeshift vinegar bomb. He throws it, and it showers both Jim and the spider in the incredible stench of vinegar, but that does the trick, for now. Rather than killing the spider, Bones uses his phaser to shoot Jim down to the floor so they can make a run for it.
  • “A vinegar bomb?” Jim asks once they’re back in med bay. “Spiders don’t like vinegar,” Bones replies, shrugging lightly, “when Spock said I was going to be beamed down to a planet with gigantic spiders, I prepared. Something both of you should be doing more often,” he adds. Jim stands next to him, holding Spock’s hand while Bones works on getting the poison out of Spock’s body. Spock looks pale and uncomfortable, and Bones throws him an unsympathetic smile. “So you kicked a scorpion and bombed a spider,” Spock says. “I became a doctor to save lives,” Bones replies, “not take them. Even if that includes creepy crawlies.” “If I may use a term with which you both are familiar,” Spock says, “that is quite bad ass.” “Hmm,” Bones agrees. Jim leans in, kissing Bones’ cheek. “Such a brave-” “You need to shut your mouth and take a shower,” Bones scolds, “and next time you two better listen when I tell you breaking routine is bad luck.” “Of course, doctor,” Spock says, and he leans in for a kiss to Bones’ other cheek. It lifts Bones’ mood only slightly, even when he knows fully well that Spock and Jim will just run head first into trouble again on their next mission.

what she says: I’m fine

what she means: I don’t understand why Arthur Dayne is so criminally ignored in the books and its fandom.

  • He’s so badass, the two finest swordsman in the kingdom are found saying “Arthur Dayne? You mean SWORD FIGHTING GOD ALMIGHTY? The one who slew the Smilling Knight–one of the most terrifying aggressors in Westros at that time–in single combat? Even giving the man a chance to grab another sword when his first broke during combat because it was “only fair”? The one who taught Barristan Selmy a thing or two? The one who knighted Jaime Lannister? Yeah, no one could fuck with that guy. Total BAMF. You WISH you could play on his level. We certainly wish that we could. FML.”

  • He was so badass he earned one of the finest blades in the known universe–MADE FROM A GODDAMN STAR–which his family only bestows to those of his family who become the finest swords of their age, unlike the Valyrian steel swords of most noble families given to the heir regardless of ability or character. He was the last of only THREE men in known history allowed to wield it.

  • He is so badass that Ned praised him for being the finest knight he had ever known despite beating him in battle when Arthur died defending Lyanna Stark (also, HOW THE FUCK DID THAT HAPPEN?! How in the seven hells did Ned and Howland kill him?! HOW?!).

  • And despite ALL of this, everyone ignores him as an ancillary character.

  • Dude. DUDE.
Do You Rekall?

~ Re-Vamped ~

Gradence AU of Total Recall

now with more smut

Doug Quaid is a nobody factory worker in a world torn apart by corruption and greed, and the resistance, every day portrayed on the news like a plague to be wiped out, is working behind the scenes to try and overthrow the dictatorial regime ruling with an iron fist.

when the resistance loses sight and sound of their greatest ally, trained spy and double agent Graves, they send another operative after answers. 

originally posted in november, i’ve since improved in some ways, a lot of ways, so i decided to remove this fic and revamp it, edits and minor scene additions *cough* smut *cough*  so i think its much better, and a kinder homage to the original, with a Gradence twist.

(so yes the Total Recall remake is mostly shit, but the soundtrack is amazeballs and Colin is pretty enough, along with a whole bunch of other big names, including another Potterverse alum, Bill Nighy.)

Guys, after almost 3 years, I’ve finally discovered what I want for DA4

Act 1 - Play as your Warden. Do whatever Warden-y stuff you are up to and ran off to Maker knows where. Smooch your love interest.

Act 2 - Play as your Hawke. Stuck in the Fade? Get out. Stuck in Weisshaupt with crazy Grey Wardens? Get out. Smooch your love interest.

Act 3 - Play as your Inquisitor. Be a total BAMF. Do Quizzy things like hunting down a certain doggo. Smooch your love interest.

With Inquisition’s release, BioWare included a bunch of new story lines for the Warden and Hawke. I want resolution to all of my characters’ story line and, sorry not sorry, I don’t trust BioWare to give each of my babies justice. What better way to do it than to give them each a playable act?