Every time gamers mod anime girls into games they always give them these really sad looking pouty faces and i cant help but imagine that the modder has never seen a woman look anything but unhappy around them so they just assume thats how ladies look
I am a member of the Imperial Senate on a diplomatic mission to Alderaan.
#fourth cap fourth cap fourth cap #one day i am going to talk about how much i am into the wys that leia negotiates being seen as a love object #by all the men around her #by just up and yelling in all their faces and then maybe stabbing some bitches #revenge kissing dudes in front of other dudes #insulting everybody on her way to the war rooms #like she ain’t got time for love in war she’s got rebellions to figurehead and be the bodily vessel for #and yet even through all that she never forgets to take care of her own heart #in many ways she is the inverse construction of katniss
We seriously cannot forget what happened to Jabba, either. His death was one of the most visceral and brutal deaths in the whole of the original trilogy. He chained her up and she used the chain to literally choke the life out of his coughing, gasping, fighting body. You see his agony. It’s drawn out. it’s clearly painful. You see him struggling against her, and you see the very moment he dies. He dared to put a chain on Leia “I will insult Grand Moff Tarken and Darth fucking Vader right to their goddamn faces and not even flinch” Organa, and she used it to slaughter him.
And the universe should be very fucking grateful that a woman capable of strangling a Hutt to death with nothing more than a single chain and her bare hands never went to the Dark Side, since she would have made the Great Hyperspace War look like a trip to the mall.
Challenge accepted Anon
even though Quinn is hard for me to draw~
Drawn to - Breath of Life http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOm2fLucQ9g :3
Really, though, how dare they take Queen Elizabeth 1 and turn her into another lovesick woman waiting for her beloved Doctor?
Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she considered herself married to her country. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she had seen what became of her poor half sister Mary who lost the support of the people and almost suffered a rebellion when she married a Spanish royal. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she believed that to be a fair and just leader, she could not let her heart rule her head. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because was abused by a man she was supposed to be able to trust in her early teens. Elizabeth 1 whose mother was brutally slaughtered by her husband and so did not trust in love.
It’s insulting and poor sexist writing to disregard that important choice on her behalf. It’s upsetting, and predictable, and everything I expected from Steven Moffat, who cannot seem to write a significant female character who isn’t in love, obsessed with, or entirely reliant on the Doctor.
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Why hello there, Mr. McGregor…
It’s been a while since I’ve had some Ewan McGregor on the blog. I must rectify this right now.
Abandoned Houses in Europe. W-w-whoa.
Photographs by Patrycja Makowska
I want all of these. I don’t care if the cost is “supporting character in a European horror movie.”
[ ] single
[ ] taken
[x] stuck romancing the same asshole in a bioware game for the 900th time
Lol people defending writing bad fanfic by saying “it’s a hobby” or “I don’t get paid for it” or “I’m only human”.
If the quality of your writing means so little to you, why are you uploading it onto the internet?
Admitting that your work needs improvement is the first step to getting better at it.
That’s not really fair, dude. I mean, even if it’s just a hobby, people like sharing things they make. Ie: I posted a shitonne of stuff on ff.net when I was younger that I cringe at now but it was just a hobby and I was proud of it at the time.
Some people just wanna tell a story no matter how good or bad it is. Y’shouldn’t rag on people for posting their stuff.
So did I.
That’s not what I’m talking about.
I’m specifically talking about people who use it as an excuse not to improve and attack people who point out errors or make constructive criticism.
Stories don’t exist in a vacuum, if people want to tell them, they ought to respect their readers.
I agree that you shouldn’t attack people who point out errors, full stop. However unless someone specifically asks for concrit, I wouldn’t give it to them. Here’s why:
I play video games for fun, as a hobby and I have no interest in playing on difficulty levels that inhibit my ability to get through the game. Even after I’ve become fairly proficient at a game, I still play on the easiest setting. I’m not interested in mastering the game, I’m just playing and relaxing.
In the same way, I sometimes write for fun. I’m not interested in getting better so much as just scribbling down whatever comes into my head, refining it a bit, and seeing if it interests other people too. I don’t especially care for concrit most of the time, because I’m not trying to better myself as a writer. I mean, yeah, I’ve gotten better as a writer simply by practicing, but that was never the intention. I’m certainly not obligated to become a better writer because the quality of my work isn’t as good as someone else would like it to be.
I don’t know, I just feel that if someone’s happy posting badly written fiction, let them.
My opinion of someone’s written work doesn’t affect their ability to keep posting it though.
Just as people can write whatever the hell they like, at whatever standard they wish, I’m not obligated to censor my thoughts about it either.
I never suggest people should write or keep writing whatever they want, it’s the attitude of “people shouldn’t say any negative because it’s a hobby to me” that I despise.
I’m not a professional media critic, but I can still form an educated opinion about what makes something objectively bad or subjectively bad.
I’m curious as to why you feel compelled to tell them.
Ah yes, random unsolicited “concrit”… It’s like fascinating how all these folks woke up and decided it was their sacred and holy duty to make sure teenagers on ffnet know someone out there thinks they aren’t good enough.
The irony being, of course, that if someone tried to discuss work similarly to the vast majority of these fandom taste arbiters within an actual peer review setting they would be politely but firmly asked to leave the room and not return.
Also oh my god there was nothing about this sequence that didn’t make me blush. Bioware always does it to me.
so I may have just signed in with my smuggler…
Corso is an adorable dork. My husband hates him, but Bobbi is constantly amazed that he even talks to her because they are so freaking different.
Also my headcanon for these two is that Bobbi is at least ten years older than him and that makes all of this a lot more amusing.
That’s a big change. Most of my other characters are force users, and all (judging by the storylines we’re given and all I know of SW lore- and I know a lot about SW lore) in their very early 20s at most. With all the male romance options canon ages that average being in their mid 30s. Of the classes I’ve rolled, only imperial agent seems to be about the same age as the male LI.