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(Source: seamoonstar, via chomana)
Bad TD is forgiven when the characters are canonical novices trying to survive, but explaining why it is a really important thing to learn, keeping your finger off the trigger, is one of my favorite things to see illustrated in KOT.
Kasumi has to be the most relatable horror protagonist I’ve ever read.
The fact that Zeus was not included has to be the biggest blight on the King of Thorn movie.
And then one battle scene later
She admits to hating what he stands for and shouts at him to give her back her time with her sister, even though she knows that can’t happen. She fights with him and then, even though she’s disgusted at him she tries to save his life.
Then she stands by him until he dies.
So. Anyone else think the thorn creature (I’m assuming it’s supposed to be a dragon) from the new Maleficent movie trailer looks familiar?
/raises hand. what if tiedoll had a hand in teaching kanda english (or french even?), or helping him hone whatever amount of [insert language] he might have already known?
maybe, i mean he did travel with him for what a year before heading to…
Sorry if I’m intruding but, I had always questioned why the predominantly Chinese Asia Branch would be using Japanese genetics as their foundation in the Second Exorcist Project in the first place? If not Chinese, wouldn’t the Catholic Church want white soldiers?
My reasoning had been that, with Japan being the Earl’s playground, and its borders closed to foreigners, the Order capitalized on the fact that they were growing alchemical humans to create soldiers capable of infiltrating the nation and surviving in such a hostile environment.
Kanda is shown to know some of the culture, why would it have mattered to learn about it if he were just man made, his Japanese heritage a non important bit of genetic coding? I think, when you factor in his being biologically designed, it makes sense that he and Alma be instructed on the language and culture of Japan.
Someone decided to make him Japanese, wouldn’t there be a reason for it?
So it’s the 15th anniversary of Digimon Adventure today and that’s absolutely nuts, so here’s a thing because of course I had to do a thing for that.