Rey and Poe teaching Finn how to shoot, "Guys I already know how to shoot a target, I was a stormtrooper," No, you learnt how to miss a target, you're not a storm trooper anymore so you should be able to hit a target now."
Finn’s like *long silence*
*rapid-fire shoots literally ALL THE TARGETS dead-center*
“They’d check our blasters to make sure we’d fired them, but they couldn’t check to make sure we’d actually hit something,” he says, looking at the blaster again and then just shrugging. “Also, I had the top score in my class every session.”
I love Harvest Witches. I love them to bits, though I loathe how they seem to be missing a lot of lore. There’s gobs of potential there! Until Blizzard starts cranking out info, though, here’s some thoughts I shared with @king-kankor on witches and what makes sense to me.
I suppose I should preface this by stating that I see harvest witches as a little bit more than just magical farmers who can hear cryptic messages on the wind. In my mind, the Old Ways encompass a fair bit more, given that humans used to originally be shamanistic. However, harvest witches were also driven underground at some point, though why this happened is never directly stated. So to me, harvest witches exist in a delicate state of duality–one where they ensure bountiful harvests and hunts for the communities they watch over, as well as dabble in darker practices (after all, there has to be a reason they were nearly hunted into extinction).
I see harvest witchcraft as capable of being broken down by region; the more well-known farm witches would have played a vastly different role than, say… A woodland witch, and as such I feel like their studies and practices would affect this. That’s not to say, however, a farm witch COULDN’T be all for curses and faeries rather than healing and tending crops! But in general, given that witches have always struck me as extremely practical (if a bit eccentric), that their roles in their community/region would play a huge part in what they practice.
So brace yourselves! There’s an incredibly long post ahead, but I encourage anyone and everyone to reblog this with the addition of their own headcanons, too! I’d love to see what you guys imagine for your witches.
Summary: You’re caught in a time loop during the 11 days leading up to the RFA’s party unless you can do… what, exactly?
13+ Recommended you’ve played at least one of Zen, Yoosung, or Seven’s route due to small spoilers.
Shit. An icy hand grips
your insides. You try to slam the door shut, but the intruder – Unknown,
whatever his name is – thrusts his leg in its path and forces it back open. You
almost fall over at the strength behind his shove and scramble to regain your
footing, pushing off of the wall and running to the kitchen. There has to be a
knife, o-or a frying pan… anything you can use to defend yourself…
intruder is in the doorway to the kitchen just as you pull out a knife and
brandish it in front of you with both hands. Goddammit, it’s your bread knife.
The rounded tip and serrated edge do little to make you look menacing. Why had
you spent all your excess time cooking and reading instead of studying judo or self-defense?
[ it always makes me smile to return to my blog, and seeing new followers. And then I feel really bad because they have no idea what they’re getting themselves into. I’m not the quality. I am a slow, angst-seeking weirdo who reblogs too much Henry and too much nsfw.