when i find myself in times of trouble
remus lupin comes to me
speaking words of wisdom

(Source: voldermorte)

beh-intehaan:

"Lucy is set in Taiwan and has a female protagonist"

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"She’s white and all the evil characters are Chinese"

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captain america a-z: part one

imsirius:

DAN: When you do interviews, you’re faced with the choice to either be the most boring person on earth or just get ridiculous things written about you from time to time
JOSH HOROWITZ: Sometimes it might be good to be boring
DAN: It might be but I just get bored of myself

                                [Happy 25th Birthday Daniel Radcliffe! (23 July 1989)]

I remember reading this book on mythology—like, the mythropes in writing—and it blew my mind that all of that mythology is basically men writing about men and great myths for men, of which there are so many. And then there are only a handful of myths about women and they’re also written by men, so you start to realize that so much of storytelling has been lost in male perspective and you’re either Persephone—innocent, naive, and kidnapped by Hades into the underworld and has to be rescued; or you’re like Athena—unapproachable, vicious and there’s no gradient. And for me, it’s an amazing thing to begin to think about what it means to tell feminine mythology because it needs to be invented, it doesn’t exist; and also, what does inherently feminine storytelling and structure look like?
— Brit Marling for Violet Magazine
Interview here starting pg. 202

(Source: versavis)

Sophie’s teeth chattered, but she said proudly: “He’s the best wizard in Ingary or anywhere else. If he’d only had time, he would have defeated that djinn. And he’s sly and selfish and vain as a peacock and cowardly, and you can’t pin him down to anything.”
    “Indeed?” asked Abdullah. “Strange that you should speak so proudly such a list of vices, most loving of ladies.”
    “What do you mean, vices?” Sophie asked angrily. “I was just describing Howl.”
Castle in the Air, Diana Wynne Jones

(Source: notjustabook)

Sailor Moon RPG
Source: m2manga

(Source: themouseabides)

It seems that when you want to make a woman into a hero, you hurt her first. When you want to make a man into a hero, you hurt… also a woman first.

goatcorporation:

dragons hoard gold and treasure but as far as i can tell they have no use for it as actual currency. dragons dont really need material wealth because they can do whatever they want and no one will sell anything to a dragon (a dragon can just take whatever they want anyway)

possible theories for why dragons hoard treasure:

  • like many species of birds, dragons are instinctually attracted to shiny objects for no other reason except to attract a mate with their beautiful nest
  • their favorite cartoon is scrooge mcduck
  • dragons just enjoy killing/eating rich kings, landowners, aristocrats etc.
  • they intentionally manipulate the global economy by withholding material wealth from the market

kocch:

Seo In Guk ft. Lee Ha Na being adorable on the set of King of High School Life Conduct.

beckycloonan:

Batgirl (of Burnside)

beckycloonan:

Batgirl (of Burnside)

lvndcity:

Sheikh Zayed Mosque by Rashed Al Za’abi (2008)
Abu Dhabi, UAE

lvndcity:

Sheikh Zayed Mosque by Rashed Al Za’abi (2008)

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Q: Do you think I can use a face claim with soft pretty features for a character who has a strong personality? Like if you use, say, Lily Collins as an FC for Clemence, do you think that will work--don't you think Lily looks too nice? Kind of in a dilemma here for this thing I'm doing. :) Thanks for the help!
— Anonymous

I think you can spin a story out of anyone and anything you’re inspired by! Clemence isn’t really defined by her appearance, so I don’t find her faceclaim that important as long as they have the right expressions. If Lily Collins looked pissed off all the time, I would use her as a faceclaim (not that Ellen Page looks pissed. Heck, I think Ellen Page has a baby face, but Ellen has a wry smile that I like). If you feel like soft, pretty features don’t fit your character and you can’t imagine your character that way, then use someone else. Or maybe she has a strong personality that is often ignored because of her pretty features; there can be a story in that.

My general preference is not too glamorous and as age appropriate as possible while not dying over trying to find images. I’m not a fan of Hollywood looks but that’s where the photoshoots are, and I’m not comfortable with using non-celebrity/model images. I actually don’t think a lot of my faceclaims fit, but for me, graphics are more inspiring than the faces themselves which is why you’ll sometimes see me use multiple faceclaims.

Q: Hi! Do you know other cynical badass clemclem-esque women next gen fics? Thank you :)
— Anonymous

Try anything by GubraithianFire! We steal ideas from each other regularly and have similar tastes in cold female protagonists, evil-yet-emotional love interests, and their unhealthy romance. Devilish Delights, Wicked Ends is regularly updated (unlike etc ;A;) and is already completely written so you should definitely follow it!

MBTI Types in a Horror Movie

iminfj:

ISTJThe one in denial that there’s actually a killer
ISFJ: The one who calls out “Who’s there?” as if the killer will answer
ESTJ: The one who tries to tell everyone else what to do
ESFJ: The one who screams at everything
ISTP: The one who finds a really good hiding place
ISFP: The one who dies first
ESTP: The one wondering around without a flashlight
ESFP: The one who tries to hook up with the killer
INFJ: The one who knows what’s going on but no one will listen to them
ENFJThe one who keeps saying “It’ll be ok” even though they don’t believe it
INFP: The one who sacrifices themselves
ENFP: The one who figures out who the killer is a little too late
INTJ: The one who everyone thinks is the killer
ENTJ: The one who tries to fight back but ends up dead
INTP: The one who created the monster
ENTP: The one who makes it until the end



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