Nothing’s in my way!
im fucking crying at this effort they taped the cockroach and made a little tie the longer i look at this the funnier it gets
no but what if legolas holding gimli whilst he’s dying and smiling for him bc he doesn’t wanna upset him but gimli can see right thru it and the last thing he says is ‘goodbye… mellon nin’ bc he learnt elvish just for legolas buRN ME
I AM ACTUALLY GOING TO BURN YOU, YOU REALISE THIS KATHRYN. THERE IS NO ESCAPE. GOD DAMN IT.
You garden is quite lovely. It would be a shame if something were to… happen to it…
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Going to School
think of all the people who scrolled away
Whenever I try to impress someone:
People’s ability to excuse and romanticize villains’ actions, especially those with tragic backstories, is both baffling and terrifying.
Creating complex characters, even antagonists, and finding real human motivations for their actions and decisions is vital to good storytelling. But there is a distinct difference between appreciating a well crafted villain or antagonist, and completely forgiving their actions because they’re tragic or charming.