25, italian, female, animal lover, music lover, aro&ace, atheist. INTJ and enneatype 5. My main fandoms here are Fire Emblem (6-12), Dorohedoro, Ace Attorney and the Zero Escape games but I will occasionally post about other stuff. Check the "Art tag" below for my fanarts and sketches.

 

I don’t know anything about Kuroshitsuji but scrolling down the dashboard there was a fanart of a character who looked a lot like King Bradley’s wife from Full Metal Alchemist dressed in fancy gothic clothes and I was very confused

punchpolygons:

Drew this after I finished VLR and turned it into a print on a whim, but when I put it up at my table at Fanexpo, I was surprised and thrilled by the Zero Escape fans that freaked out when they saw it. They even brought their friends back to the table to buy more prints. You guys were awesome!

punchpolygons:

Drew this after I finished VLR and turned it into a print on a whim, but when I put it up at my table at Fanexpo, I was surprised and thrilled by the Zero Escape fans that freaked out when they saw it. They even brought their friends back to the table to buy more prints. You guys were awesome!

bapgeek:

hurricane—k:

budgiebazooka:

tiny-vessels:

wanderblog:

treehugger:

The Nourishmat comes with everything you need to start growing organic vegetables: seeds, fertilizer and know-how.

The mats last about 5 years and are printed with nontoxic ink that won’t leach into the soil.

The mats use a technique called square foot gardening. “The key is planting in grids instead of rows so you can maximize your space,” said Weiner. “More food in less space. We adapted the layout of the Nourishmat based on this popular method. We say natural because it embraces the idea of bio-diversity.” This method requires less water and fertilizer then conventional monoculture farming.

The square-foot method also makes plants into beneficial neighbors. “The layout of the plants revolves around companion planting,” said Weiner. “For example, the bugs that like marigolds are the same bugs that love to eat the bugs that love to eat tomatoes.”

I want!

This might help me not kill everything I try to grow.

Want

Today I dreamt that some new friends of my mom were coming to my house and as a gift they bought me a big Baratheon vase. Just an empty yellow flower vase with the Baratheon deer all over it. 

And I spent the whole dream wondering -why Baratheon? I liked Renly a lot but Stannis is my least favorite character in the whole serie. Why not a Tyrell vase? it would have made a lot more sense too! etc etc- 

my dreams are getting weird lately

thesixthplayer replied to your post:

[[ could i please get your dream, that sounds amazing ]]

If I learn how to have more dreams like that one I’ll gladly share because it was AMAZING, it’s a pity I can remember much of it because everything was clear and detailed and actually made sense, it was just like watching a movie.

Dreaming!me that night was there like “woooah, this shit is cool, I want fics.”

professor-tammi:

kiu22:

professor-tammi:

I’m reading TVTropes again I NEED TO STOP. tell me to stop

but it seems like one of the editors wants you to think FE10 and FE9 Soren are pretty different people, which I… don’t really agree with? Soren only really changed in a subtle way between the two games

and to be honest, he still doesn’t really strike me as being ready to form proper friendships with people who aren’t Ike in RD. (maybe post-RD, though! :D … maybe.)

That always confused me too? many people seem to see FE10!Soren as a completely different person but in my opinion he’s more polite, but just as cold as before.

Which is arguably worse, at least he was brutally honest in FE9 well he still his, just less often

OLD VIDEO GAME TALK IS GO !!

But yeah, I don’t interpret the scene where Ranulf talks about how Soren’s changed as him trying to say, “HE’S A NICER GUY NOW” — because really, there’s no indication of this that I can think of? Especially when you take into consideration that one of Soren’s death quotes in FE10 has him say he’d be willing to sacrifice the rest of the entire world for Ike!

It seems to me like the change Ranulf is talking about is more that RD Soren isn’t really worried that Ike will abandon him anymore, and that’s what makes him different. He’s not as (to borrow Ranulf’s words again) high-strung as he used to be, so he comes across as more calm! :D

I completely agree with this!

Also during the events of FE9 Soren was very anxious because he had just discovered he was a branded (which is something I always thought strange, how could he not have come across that information before?), Ike remarked more that once that he was even more sharp than usual.

And he probably got better at dealing with people and faking politeness with time, but as far as actually caring about people goes….nothing much has changed.

professor-tammi:

I’m reading TVTropes again I NEED TO STOP. tell me to stop

but it seems like one of the editors wants you to think FE10 and FE9 Soren are pretty different people, which I… don’t really agree with? Soren only really changed in a subtle way between the two games

and to be honest, he still doesn’t really strike me as being ready to form proper friendships with people who aren’t Ike in RD. (maybe post-RD, though! :D … maybe.)

That always confused me too? many people seem to see FE10!Soren as a completely different person but in my opinion he’s more polite, but just as cold as before.

Which is arguably worse, at least he was brutally honest in FE9 well he still his, just less often