Draw more or give my wrist another days rest?
So, I’ve been thinking about the latest WoR. AND THERE IS SO MUCH UNANSWERED.
So the creatures of Grimm appear in many various shapes. (new ones are being found all the time apparently) They (apparently) don’t need to feed. They grow older and more powerful if they survive their attempts to murder/eat humans and destroy their creations. Also, apparently negative emotion attracts them but, it’s probably not their diet.
And it throws everything I’ve pondered out the window. I thought Grimm might have a particular draw to various negative emotions in a diet like fashion but, that seems to be untrue.
So, why did the Ursa Major snuffle at the sap on Cardin’s chest? And why does Professor Peach apparently need at least 12 large jars of the stuff?
nooneleavesalive said: It's seeming more and more likely that Grimm are just standard, generic monsters. They respawn, they dissolve, they kill and that's about it.
Yeah, a lot of my theorizing has been riddled with holes. I haven’t watched more than 2 episodes of AoT (I want to though) and yeah. Kinda like Titans just with species. And some minor animal habits. Such as small Nevermore’s flocking together and Beowolves having packs.
I ain’t gonna stop though. I’m going to figure out how Grimm work if it (not so literally) kills me.
nooneleavesalive said: So, I think the most recent wor blew the idea of Grimm as shape changers out of the water, as well as that little considered theory that Grimm are former people. All it really told us was that Grimm do, in fact, get bigger and stronger as they get older, and that much like AoT titans, don't need to eat humans. It's still unknown whether they feed off of negative emotions or are just attracted to them. It may be that Grimm literally are negative emotions, but...
…(posting so it can be seen)
WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: THE CARIBBEAN
The magic folk of the Caribbean are nothing if not ambitious. Raising an unplottable island out of the ocean, they retreated to their paradisiacal land whereupon they built a school of magic to pass on their knowledge. Over time, the island grew crowded, and the magical community moved away, but the school remained in operation. Surrounded by a vast blue stretch of water, students must travel via large sentient sailing ships that have been magicked to operate independently (an extremely useful enchantment during the era of piracy as the ships knew to avoid danger). In the waters surrounding the school swims an unnaturally large barracuda with magical scales that can be used as wand cores, but only when it is given willingly. There are many classes dedicated to spice magic, and foreign visitors often say the school carries a distinct aroma akin to a legion of chefs who never stop cooking. Cinnamon for friendship, ginger root for courage and strength, red chillies can fight evil or cause destruction… it becomes the unofficial anthem of the students over time because the chant aids greatly during the multitude of spice-reading exams conducted throughout the school year.
There’s thousands of notes on posts about how unfair it is that there isn’t a wonder woman movie and now that its been officially announced nobody is talking about it?
Like Can I get at least a hell yeah?
Anonymous said: you're super cute, so's your dog
oh gosh, thank you!!! >///<
… Ein slobbered over his bone which is his way of saying thank you.
The best part of my evening. Corgi Cuddles.
Mis-gendering usually feels like a punch to the stomach, especially when its on purpose.
I really hope Taiyang is the best Dad. Like, nonstop dad jokes and puns. Embarrassing nicknames! (Yangarang, Ruby-Roo.. My little Sunshiney girl, baby buggy)
But, like. If Weiss and Blake visit their home to for the summer or something. Taiyang sees them and no handshakes. Just back breaking hugs and “welcome to the family!”. If Weiss introduces herself formally “Hello sir, I’m Weiss Shnee.” He calls her by her full name the entire time. Or “just weiss” or whatever way she tries to correct him until she manages to say “I’m weiss” only. (he responds every time with “Hi, *blank* I’m Dad!”)
And to their horror… They are not exempt from the awful nickname circuit. “Weisskin, Weiss-a-roo, Ice Weiss” and every morning its “WAKEY BLAKEY EGGS AND BAC-Y” no matter what breakfast is.
Somehow Weiss and Blake get roped into daily chores or having a specific task for setting the table for the meals. They don’t even notice really. Just at the end of the summer they belatedly realize these things. Maybe, if Taiyang is sneaky, even an allowance for hilarity’s sake?
… I just want Blake and Weiss to find a warm loving family with the Rose-Xiao Longs! One where they get all those dumb normal family things. Loathed chores, dealing with noisy “siblings”, BATTLES FOR THE BATHROOM.