to be clear, when i, a rilaya blog, who posts nothing but riley, maya, and rilaya, put “friendly” and any other word or phrase of the same ilk in a post, i’m really being facetious, and actually mean ‘gayest thing i’ve ever seen’ and ‘the least platonic thing i could ever imagine’, and various other similar sentiments.
I see you're into the HP au as well.. me too! How would you sort the HQ boys and why?
Oh hi, anon!
I love hp AUs! hp has been a major part of my life and childhood, so yeah - sign me up for our dear HQ boys in Hogwarts!
I’ll do just Karasuno and Seijou now, because it takes so much time to think of a house that will suit each boy; sorting is kinds difficult because it is supposed to be not only by certain qualities/character traits that you get sorted by, but by which house will let you prosper and will bring the best out of what you already possess, etc.
Daichi - Gryffindor and also the captain of the house quidditch team.
Suga - Slytherin. seriously, go read Viria’s explanation and you’ll be 100% convinced on Slytherin Suga. He’s also the vice-captain of the quidditch team.
Asahi - Hufflepuff
Tanaka - Gryffindor
Noya - Gryffindor
Kinoshita - Gryffindor - Kinoshita and Narita were a bit difficult to place to be honest. They might fit well in Hufflepuff as well.
Narita - Gryffindor
Ennoshita - Ravenclaw
Kiyoko - Ravenclaw
Yachi - Hufflepuff
Tsukishima - Slytherin
Yamaguchi - ok this is where I don’t agree with the rest of the fandom. I would not separate Tsukki and Yams; I feel like they have a very important connection, which will be best nurtured if they share the same house (are in close proximity to each other), so I’d put Yamaguchi in Slytherin. I’m not saying it’s going to be easy for him, but I think it’s a house that will let him grow tremendously. He’s respectful, motivated and really keen on succeeding. Slytherins seek individual prosperity but unity is very important for them and I think that the TsukkiYama friendship will be something that will only get stronger with time.
Hinata - wow it took me so long to decide between Hufflepuff and Gryffindor honestly.. for both Kageyama and Hinata. I really really wanted to put them in Hufflepuff to be honest, but I’m going with Gryffindor for the following reason: Gryffindors tend to act on emotions more, they tend to be less level-headed than Hufflepuffs (that react decently in difficult situations). They are modest and they don’t show off, whereas the Gryffindors comprise a lot of foolhardy and show-offy people. Think of Kageyama and Hinata’s fight in S2 and how emotionally they handled it. Think of how they show off to each other, how they compete and would do the stupidest of things (like end up in Shiratorizawa cause they’re dorks for example). All those things they do sound very Gryffindor-y, so that’s how I went with this house.
Kageyama - Gryffindor
Oikawa - Slytherin. Also, he’s the captain of his house quidditch team.
Iwaizumi - Slytherin. This is another pair (read IwaOi) that I wouldn’t separate. I think Iwaizumi knows Oikawa will be unhappy on his own, he wants to take care of him; he wants for them to be together and conquer together. And he fits right at Slytherin, makes the house his home easily. He is well respected among all Slytherins. Check this art out, it is exactly what I’m thinking of. How you imagine smol Oikawa being separated from his Iwa-chan?
Matsukawa - Slytherin - although Mattsun and Makki will fit very well in Gryffindor as well but I don’t wanna separate the Seijou 3rd years to be honest, they make quite a funny and witty group. MatsuHana remind me of Fred and George to be honest, that’s why I considered Gryffindor but they seem plenty of resourceful and creative for Slytherin :)
Hanamaki - Slytherin
Kunimi - Slytherin
Kindaichi - Gryffindor
Watari - Hufflepuff, he is seriously the sweetest, most loyal, level-headed, just the best friend one can ask for. He’s the one who will come with you on a stupid, scary adventure just because he knows there needs to be a level-headed person there to save you in need. Hufflepuffs are exactly that precious.
Kyoutani - Gryffindor
Yahaba - Slytherin - Yahaba, no one is fooled by your sweet smiles, we know there is fire burning underneath your skin. (Slytherin will allow him to be himself in a way imo.)
Overall, there are some duos that share such connections that I feel like it is essential for them to stay together - whether it is because of how they compliment each other or make each other better or protect each other.
You’re more than welcomed to disagree with me. My ask is always open for discussions and AUs! I love the HP AU :D
Hey guys , this is all the Theories I collected so as my theories as well and I wish for those who are curious bout the theories about Mystic Messenger , Please go through the list and read whatever caught your interests!
The other bloggers create a very interesting theory about the game , and everything is quite well done ! Details and explanation and you won’t be confuse at all. You will be entertain~ Well sort of scared too because the theories can have your mind blown~
“Are you sure it’s safe to leave those two talking with another man? I saw him on the dance floor, he’s got quite the moves.” she teased him. “Oh, Broderick…” he began. “Oh, on a first name basis already?” she interrupted. “Yeah… I sort of know the guy. Really well actually. He’ll talk their ears off.” “Good!” she responded, “I want you all to myself!” Anwyl smiled. “I have to say… I didn’t think this was your sort of place.”
“It’s not really,” she answered, “but I’m adaptable. If anything, our first outing together should have told you that!”
Okay but what if instead of Underswap Alphys challenging Queen Toriel to a fight, Toriel, while on a stroll, found little Alphys beat up and in tears, cowering and trying to hide, and then picked her up and promised her that she'd help her become strong enough that nobody could ever hurt her again
OK SO THIS SAT IN MY ASKBOX FOR WAY TOO LONG BUT HONESTLY THIS IS LIKE…. MY FAVORITE UNDERSWAP THING CAUSE IT’S SO IN CHARACTER FOR BOTH OF THEM
I always like to think that the Underswap versions of characters aren’t exactly just “character a with character b’s personality” but more like …. “if character A was in different circumstances.” So my favorite US!Paps is still an optimist, if depressed- a sort of “well, if i do nothing, something will still work out in my favor” way. US!Sans, likewise, still struggles with doubt and depression and stuff- he’s just so proactive because he HAS to work twice as hard to beat it, more like “if i do nothing EVERYTHING WILL FALL APART therefore i’ve gotta be the strongest and toughest and happiest and best brother and and-”
It makes the most sense for Tori and Alphys, too- Alphys must have been the same when she was younger, right? Timid and scared and coming from really bad circumstances. And much like Asgore took Undyne in, Toriel would want to protect this child too- doesn’t she want to protect all children? Wouldn’t she want to take care of her?
Toriel is both a mother and a very strong fighter. In Underswap she’d just have had to choose one over the other- and since she was hurt in her past, she’d want to make sure this sweet little monster never got hurt again. If that meant training her until she was an incredibly fierce warrior, good! Then Alphys can turn around and protect other kids in the kingdom.
Jumanji 2 casting news reveals plot twist which may explain THAT costume
Remember earlier this week, when Karen Gillan promised the “child-sized” outfit worn by her character in the upcoming ‘Jumanji’ sequel would make sense later? Well, this might sort-of explain it all.
Announcing the casting of Alex Wolff (below) in the in-production
movie from director Jake Kasdan, The Hollywood Reporter revealed the 18-year old
actor would portray “Dwayne Johnson’s human form.”
Before you start thinking it’s a bit harsh to describe The
Rock as inhuman, THR explains further: “Wolff will play a boy named Spencer whose avatar
in the game is being played by Johnson and named Dr. Smolder Bravestone.”
So there you have it: Johnson, Gillan, Jack Black and Kevin
Hart will play ‘avatars’ in the Jumanji jungle world, who are controlled by the
regular kids playing the game.
This is something of a reversal of the 1995 original based
on Chris Van Allsburg’s book, in which the magical board game transforms the world
around the players into the jungle, rather than transporting them into
Will this be a satisfactory answer for those who have blasted Gillan’s skimpy get-up as sexist? We’ll see - but we wouldn’t bet on it…
Gillan, Black and Hart’s earthbound counterparts will be
portrayed by young actors Madison Iseman, Morgan Turner, and Ser'Darius Blain.
Currently shooting in Hawaii, this ‘Jumanji’ re-quel has
been scripted by Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner.
It’s 1952 in Oxford University, and Susan Pevensie is leaving the Lady Margaret Hall library for the last time.
Her classmates will be sorry to see her go - ask any of them “Who’s the young woman with dark hair and a blue coat?” and they’ll say “what, you don’t know Susan Pevensie? You must be new.”
But most of her friends don’t actually know that much about her. They’ll agree that she’s compassionate and charismatic, “and brighter than you’d think she’d have a right to be, with looks like hers - how come she gets beauty and brains?” but nobody knows anything about her childhood. Or her family.
“She’s lost someone,” says a first-year student with a permanent air of exam-induced panic, “she came here on an inheritance from somebody, and I’ll bet anything it’s her parents because she never talks about them, but we’ve all lost someone, you know? From the war or not, it doesn’t matter. Nobody’s going to make her talk.”
She’s graduating head of her class with a degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics; she wants to change the world, but really who expects her to do that? There’s a Queen on the throne and a dozen-odd women in Parliament, and many think that’s enough. She’ll make the perfect wife for some politician or businessman, at least while she’s young and pretty enough to be seen and not heard.
The shadows are chilly and long this time of year, so she almost misses the older woman leaving the Principal’s office, but the other woman steps directly into her path.
“Hello, Miss Pevensie,” she says. “I’m Agent Peggy Carter. How would you feel about a job in America?”
your character should be morethan a tragic backstory. more than i lost my parents at a young age so now i rebel against the world. more than i have all these wicked skills without proper background or training.
sass is great, and so is silence — but when aren’t they using their biting wit? when do they speak up? do they use their ass-kicking skills for good? for evil? have they lost people along the way — actually, it’s inevitable, so what happened after the funeral? did your character attend? did they seek revenge, or search for answers at the bottom of a bottle?
don’t toss around tragedies if you’re not going to apply them to your characterization. alcoholics aren’t just loud and physically abusive; ptsd doesn’t mean you’ve boarded up the windows and refuse to leave your house. you won’t always continue to hate your parents after they’ve died. you will doubt your life decisions. being rich doesn’t make you sexy. being smart doesn’t make you socially awkward [ alternatively, it doesn’t make you the most attractive person in the room. ] even if you’re wicked smart, you’ll still get some things wrong.
do your research. if you put your character through traumatic events, not everyone walks away unscathed. but being haunted by the ghosts of your past doesn’t make you attractive either. it’s a nitty gritty, dirty fucking business. you get mad, your world loses color, you feel alone, and sometimes you ask yourself why you’re the one who lived.
treat your character like their own person. just because you wouldn’t say something to someone doesn’t mean they’ll keep their trap shut. it doesn’t mean they’ll want a big wedding or fast cars or apple pie made the way your mother taught you. maybe you’re pro-life and your character is pro-choice. maybe it’s vice versa. just because your character is a dick doesn’t mean it should be a reflection on yourself. but if they’re going to be a dick, and you want it to be believable, give them a reason to be a dick. a reason to hate the world, only slightly less than they hate the people living in it. maybe more. maybe it’s maybelline.
being smart and young and witty and attractive doesn’t mean your character will be respected. it doesn’t mean your character deserves to be respected. older, more experienced characters may trust your character less because they’re so damn young, no matter what you do or say to try to prove them wrong.