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millelyh:

Let’s get spooky…

Sht man.

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Oct 5
just1nick:


sir-hathaway:

shade level over 9000

Shots fired

just1nick:

sir-hathaway:

shade level over 9000

Shots fired

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Oct 5

t3mplvr:

miss-love:

thepsycheofdee:

66-seals-of-fuck-you:

concernedresidentofbakerstreet:

scumsucking-roadwh0re:

#DONT FUCKING TOUCH ME IM NOT OVER THIs

friendly reminder that when the actor who played khal drogo met the actress who plays daenerys he shouted “WIFEY!” and tackled her

Also reminder that during one of the sex scenes they were supposed to film, he came on with a sock puppet on his dick and Emilia Clarke was laughing so hard they had to take a ten minute break. 

​My life is
INFINITELY better knowing those tidbits of information

at the Q&A panel I went to with him he said before every sex scene with her he would go “I’M SORRY I’M SORRY I’M SORRY I’M SORRY” before getting into character and going at it

these two are everything

Oct 5

instagrarn:

"You have so much potential!! i know you can do better!!"image

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Oct 5

korrathewarrior:

ailaman:

First Time

I always think this every time I (re)watch Book 1, and am always so thankful that Bryke didn’t go the obvious route and make Asami join the Equalists just because her father was. That they allowed her character to make decisions based on her own morals/ideals even if it meant going against the only family she had left, and allowed her to form strong bonds with everyone in the Krew, even with the relationship fiasco in books 1 and 2. And also, she’s not a damsel - she can take care of her own, which is another thing I love about this character. 

I just hope she gets some closure with her father this season. 

Oct 5
8bitmonkey:

The Thors

Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray || Deviant Art

8bitmonkey:

The Thors
Oct 4

ironinkpen:

Okay, so.

I cannot begin to tell you how deliciously this character development we’re seeing here parallels Aang’s, or how excited I am about it. Because. Holy. Shit. We all know Aang- he’d been a scared kid when found in the iceburg, and matured into a wise, full-fledged Avatar by the end of his series. His entire character arc was based on him building up his self-confidence.

What makes Korra’s character arc special is that it, instead, has to do with the destruction of self-confidence and regaining it.

Korra’s introduced as the Winner. The Tough One. Bending’s in her blood- she learned how to bend three elements by the age of 5, mastered them by the age of 17. I found it unique that they introduced a main character that already had strength behind them, because the usual arc for protagonist has to do with learning to be strong and brave (see again: Aang). Korra’s already strong and brave. She’s got that.

Which makes it even more interesting to see her as she is now.

"Whatever happened to [that Avatar girl] anyway?"

Well, Korra doesn’t know. What did happen to her? Where’s the Korra that arrived fresh off the boat in Republic City and stopped a robbery? That became the first Avatar of the new age? That restored the Air Nation?

Easy. Every enemy she faced broke down a part of her confidence. Amon: her confidence in her ability. Unalaq: her confidence in her choices. Zaheer: her confidence in her purpose. All traits that were tied closely to her perceived identity as the Avatar, which was the core of her development for, well, 12 years of her life.

Aang is great, I love Aang so, so much, but there’s something about Korra’s character that hits me in a more personal way. She’s down on her luck. She’s at the bottom. She has nothing left. She’s unsure of herself, alone, and unsuccessful. She’s had nothing in life other than her title as the Avatar- all her time was put into training, and where does that get her now? She’s not the Avatar anymore, not really, so what is she?

Who is she?

Aang’s entire arc followed him finding his strength, but Korra’s? Korra’s isn’t finding her strength.

It’s finding herself.

Oct 4

(Source: deagal)

In honour of the final season, here’s a little something I did.

In honour of the final season, here’s a little something I did.