Isn't it kinda really sad that usagi was just a shell for serenity
I’m not sure I agree! Even if Usagi started as nothing more than a host body to a reincarnated soul, she has gained a powerful personality, and her convictions are so strong that she can stand up against Serenity’s wishes for destruction. Usagi inherits Serenity’s problems, but handles them in a different way. I don’t think that Usagi is merely a shell for Serenity; I think she’s a second chance to do things right.
@warriorswithin // like NOT TO BE MORBID ( actually there’s no way to really talk about this without being so ) but i’m from a military fam and i’m an EMT crushing on someone who removes / retrieves organs from deceased donors so death is kind of a topic around here…CHECKING IF THE ORCS ARE STILL ALIVE, tbh i wouldn’t put it past them to play dead and try to ambush soldiers camping outside the city walls, then there’s checking your own allies and potentially putting them out of their misery, but what about the oliphaunts and their riders? dividing the bodies by sides, you wouldn’t ( intentionally ) bury one of your own with sau.ron’s forces… i’m ? guessing ?? there’s possibly like the ‘american cemetery’-esque plot they have in france for wwii, for soldiers of distant cities because there obviously won’t be any logical way to transport all the dead back to their hometowns / from wherever they joined. I’M NOT SURE IF THEY’D BURN THEM based on local climate / soil composition, but then again i don’t remember what the white city was like so hey they might… AT LEAST I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE, THAT’S WHAT COUNTS
Idk I watch shows because of how good the actors are not based on something dumb like skin color, and if it's fictional does it matter how many black people are in it
And as continues to be proven, there’s a lot of amazing actors that aren’t white. And as continues to be exposed, a lot of roles are specifically denied to anyone who isn’t white. Even when the character was originally a poc.
Also the entire idea of Fiction as a genre negates the entire argument against including more poc. It’s fiction you can put literally anyone in it without explanation, because it’s fiction. A fictional universe is the perfect place to apply your concept of “watch it for the great actors” because there’s no excuse to exclude anyone from taking roles because of their race in a world that anything can happen in. Like trying to argue against having more black people in game of thrones because it’s set in a similar time to white peoples medieval era. Ok cool, except that that world isn’t ours. None of our historical events or migrations of groups applies to that world where dragons and face stealing assassins are running around. You could have every racial group just hanging out together in Westeros with no hints of racism because they aren’t our world, our divisions should not be an assumed part of theirs.
very nice concept: sitting on the floor beside a window in my apartment in paris. probably lighting a cigarette and drinking coffee. wearing nothing except a silky lace robe and some cute undies. flowers and plants fill up every corner. art filled up on the walls. i have nothing to do but just sit here and be and explore. i talk with strangers and build connections with them, even if we never talk again. i dont feel crowded or stuck anymore.
In a perfect world, Tony Stark and Bruce Wayne are chatting to one another at a charity gala, sipping on expensive champagne, whilst Steve Rogers and Clark Kent look on at their stupid genius boyfriends fondly and discuss how perfect they are