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¡Happy birthday dear @huntertale-au!

I’m so sorry that this is late, but here is a little gift for you. a lot of people say this but I’m gonna say it again ‘’you are amazing’’ not only your characters and your au (btw I loved to draw hunter sans) but YOU are really awesome.

and I wanted to draw heavenfell sans too because.. welp, I ship this two <3

again, happy late birthday, and have a beautiful night/day dear~

having two dads..
  • <p> <b>Yuuri:</b> wanna know why they don't play poker in the wild? .. there are too many cheetahs(cheaters).<p/><b>Victor:</b> wanna know what's the best time to schedule a dentist appointment? ... tooth(two)-thirty.<p/><b>Yuuri:</b> whatchu think?<p/><b>Yurio:</b> both of you suck.<p/><b>Victor [cries]:</b> we did it Yuuri, we've mastered the dad jokes.<p/></p>

Dear D&Diary,

Today I had the revelation that my half orc has 30ft speed, but because she’s a monk, her unarmored movement is +10ft at Level 3. Using the ki feature Breath of the Wind, she can dash as a bonus action meaning she can go 80ft in a turn.

If anyone cast Haste on my dear sweet Marfu, she would go 160 in six seconds. 

At her most perfect Level 20 self’s unarmored movement of +30, she could go a max 120ft in a turn, or 240ft hasted. With 20 ki points to spend that could mean a solid two minutes of going almost 30 miles per hour and I think that’s beautiful.

“Mum,” Ginny says gently, stopping Molly before she leaves Ginny’s bedroom. She’s reclined, slightly, on the bed, tired and joyful. A warm bundle sits in Ginny’s arms - and she feels so different from the first two babies Ginny had held this way. 

Molly turns, smiling gently, having gazed upon her newest grandaughter until she felt it was time for the rest of the family to have their turn. “Hmm?” she asks. 

Ginny is the fourth in a line of strong, beautiful women who birthed boys until finally they felt baby girls in their arms. And for this moment, she feels it. She feels her history coursing through her, how she was her mother’s last baby, and her mother was her grandmother’s last baby and… 

She remembers a particularly nasty row, when she was sixteen and angry, asking why her mother had kept having children if she couldn’t keep all of them safe. She’s felt guilty about that accusation for years, but she feels that guilt differently now. More personally. 

“Nothing, just…I would have kept going, too. For this.” 

And for the first time, mother and daughter find themselves on the same page.