feel like pure shit just want hero volume 2 and caleb as a LI
YES i spent 25 diamonds to recruit caleb even tho i wanted to diamond mine hero so i could get enough for bolas. YES i love my greasy angry white men. what about it.
OH TMHOD I LOVE THEM
🦸🏿♂️ Heroes Never Die
They Ascend to the Heavens Above….
Rest in Peace, Shad!
You know… Disney really got carried away with showcasing David Henrie’s body on Wizards of Waverly Place. I thought it was just me being a horny gay kid, but watching it as an adult, I realize now that I was definitely NOT imagining it.
Like… They’re really showing off his muscles and his bulge in the later seasons. What is up with that… Who was directing this show…
Writing Prompt 185
Person A: My love? What are you doing?
Person B: Making pancakes?
Person A: That’s gay!
Person B: I’m gay for you too, sweetheart!
“I’m gonna fight for what’s right
Today I’m speaking my mind
And if it kills me tonight
(I will be ready to die)”
i put this in the tags of the mt kilionea post but like. the parallels between munna and hero are really great even if the game doesn’t directly allude to them. and i mean this goes along with me wishing the two of them had more interactions with each other other than the dreams
or even just more munna screentime in general. like when she’s captured partner, if there’d been a few scenes of her just talking with her gang and partner listening, that could’ve been so good!! bc we’re always told that they’re a close group and everything and they’re really mean but we don’t get to see a lot of it and that makes me sad. i think one of gates’ biggest issues in terms of storytelling and worldbuilding was the tendency to tell instead of show and that messed with the atmosphere of the game.
anyways, munna and hero. two very important characters in the plot who are both alone at one point or another. munna, before the events of the main game, and hero, right at the start of the main game.
munna says she was found by her gang. they took her in when she was all alone, they took care of her. and as a result, she was thrown into this plan to destroy the world, and to her, it made perfect sense. honestly, if she hadn’t gotten in with her gang, maybe things would’ve turned out differently for her. that doesn’t absolve her of responsibility for the things that she did, obviously, but looking at it that way makes it seem as though she fell in with the wrong crowd and ended up paying the price for it.
hero, on the other hand, was found right after they came into the pokemon world by partner. and at that point, it would’ve been incredibly easy for someone to come along and take advantage of hero, since they were in a strange new world, didn’t really have any idea what they were doing there other than a vague request, and didn’t know where to start. and if they didn’t get taken advantage of by some random pokemon, kyurem would’ve found them before long and just sent them right back. but they had the fortune of being found by a good person and ended up becoming very close friends with them.
which of course was the intention in terms of the narrative, but idk i wonder what would’ve happened if partner had met munna before hero or something. maybe munna would’ve found faith in the world again — i mean if partner’s able to convince her at the glacier palace, at the very climax of the game, then they’d probably have been able to at the start of it all too.
and i know that hero doesn’t have much personality bc the player’s meant to project onto them (though i will say i think the gates hero had the most personality out of all the heroes), but what if they’d fallen in with munna’s gang by accident? or they weren’t found by partner and instead became slowly disillusioned with the pokemon world so they didn’t see much point in trying to save it either?
this ended up like. way longer than i meant it to but basically i think munna and hero have neat parallels bc it’s like. two characters at their narratively lowest points meeting different characters that either negatively (munna’s gang) or positively (partner) affect their growth throughout the story. and because of the characters they met, they end up wildly different from each other despite starting off at roughly the same point.
US Marine Colonel Francis Fenton conducting the funeral of his son Private First Class Mike Fenton, near Shuri, Okinawa, May 1945.
Father and son met once during the fighting when their paths crossed at a partially destroyed Okinawan farmhouse. After exchanging news from home, including information on Michael’s older brother, Francis, Jr., who had been commissioned a Marine officer in 1941, the two family members returned to their work.
They would never talk again. On May 7, 1945, while beating back a Japanese counterattack not far from Sugar Loaf, 19-year-old Pfc. Michael Fenton was killed. When his father received the bitter news, he traveled to the site of his son’s death and knelt down to pray over the flagdraped body, a scene that produced one of the Pacific war’s most touching photographs. Upon arising, Colonel Fenton stared at the bodies of other Marine dead and said: ‘Those poor souls. They didn’t have their fathers here’.
Wallpaper for you ♡
Era ya automático. Errante como una hoja al viento, notó el llamado de su partida, pronto se iría. El pueblo se veía lejano ya en su memoria, tres años se guardaron como un recuerdo, mas ya no su realidad. No eran necesarias las despedidas, solo dejaría atrás una bolsa de ropa prestada junto a la cabaña vacía.
El viento pedía que se fuera, y así lo hizo al anochecer.