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d-eliade:

You felt warmer than the last time I remember”

Thank you gift for my followers because I already reached 1k+!! Thank you so much you wonderful people!! I love you all >3<

I’ve been doing this thing for more than a week, finally I finished this just in time I get started review for another set of examinations. 

This would probably be also my last zombie au art. ;-;

Ps: I love you all again and again and I will say it again. =w=

edit: I forgot to add the veins in the last two part

I ♡ GaLe
I ♡ Warm Bodies
tHIS POST IS SO PERFECT I CAN’T EVEN BEGIN TO EVEN!¡!¡

*MANGA SPOILERS*
So everybody who’s up to date with the Fairy Tail manga has to have heard somewhere about the fan-theory that Natsu is, in fact, the demon, E.N.D. What with his mysterious connection with Zeref and his real age being something in I believe the 400’s. My question is, if Natsu IS E.N.D., (which I’m not fully sure about my opinion on the theory) will it be Gray who has to defeat/kill him? Gray said it himself, “As an Ice Devil Slayer, I’ll defeat E.N.D.” Question is, will Gray actually have it in him to kill his best friend? If they do duke it out, not as guildmates, but as an evil Fire Demon and an Ice Devil Slayer, it could one of the biggest fights of the entire series so far. No one can doubt that Natsu and Gray are very powerful mages, basically the strongest in Fairy Tail. So what would it be like if they fought each other at 100% capacity? Of course, I’m not sure of any of this. I’m just saying if the E.N.D. theory holds any water, E.N.D. Natsu vs. Devil Slayer Gray is the obvious next step. But what do YOU guys think? Reblog this around and leave a comment. I’d love to hear your 2 cents on the subject. ;)

assassinscreedconfessions
assassinscreedconfessions:

Ratonhnhaké:ton is relatable in ways that I don’t think were ever intentional. I am a white girl. I also have Asperger’s Syndrome, a high-functioning form of autism that usually results in abnormally low knowledge of proper social interactions, difficulty with change, stiff and robotic movements, taking everything literally, etc. Now, I will never experience nor ever truly know what it is like to be a POC in a world that favors white men and I know that Ratonhnhaké:ton was not written as autistic and much of his behavior is the result of PTSD or his culture, but I cannot tell you how nice it is to have a character that has as much trouble with social interaction as I do, a character that is *gasp* “rigid and emotionless” around people who he can’t understand/look down on him (seriously do the homestead missions you will see a happy and relaxed Ratonhnhaké:ton), and a character that is innocent and naive as opposed to a knowledgeable player. When I play as Ratonhnhaké:ton I feel like I in a tiny way I can seamlessly slip into his shoes, and even though I am not a POC I am well aware of what it’s like to be someone with a mental disorder in a Neurotypical world and Connor’s struggles always hit home with me.
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assassinscreedconfessions:

Ratonhnhaké:ton is relatable in ways that I don’t think were ever intentional. I am a white girl. I also have Asperger’s Syndrome, a high-functioning form of autism that usually results in abnormally low knowledge of proper social interactions, difficulty with change, stiff and robotic movements, taking everything literally, etc. Now, I will never experience nor ever truly know what it is like to be a POC in a world that favors white men and I know that Ratonhnhaké:ton was not written as autistic and much of his behavior is the result of PTSD or his culture, but I cannot tell you how nice it is to have a character that has as much trouble with social interaction as I do, a character that is *gasp* “rigid and emotionless” around people who he can’t understand/look down on him (seriously do the homestead missions you will see a happy and relaxed Ratonhnhaké:ton), and a character that is innocent and naive as opposed to a knowledgeable player. When I play as Ratonhnhaké:ton I feel like I in a tiny way I can seamlessly slip into his shoes, and even though I am not a POC I am well aware of what it’s like to be someone with a mental disorder in a Neurotypical world and Connor’s struggles always hit home with me.

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