The “Next Disney Movie” Challenge
Try to rewrite the scariest, goriest, nope-est fairytale/myth/book/story you know as a Disney movie synopsis.
Bonus for songs titles.
Extra bonus for songs lyrics XD
SSSHT, let’s not divulge important plot information… XD
why does everyone make Carver a Grey Warden
(A comment was too short to elaborate)
Personally I tend to make both him and Bethany a warden because it seems fair to me to bring them in the deep roads.
On the subject of Carver specifically, consider this: Carver is a warrior, he fought at Ostagar, and despite his bitching he’s my baby brother and my Hawkes either love him or feel bad for him because of the time with their father they (as mages) stole from him. He is perfectly capable of handling himself and he helped a great deal in collecting the money for the expedition (being my main warrior in act 1, since the recruitment missions always take time and I always try to boost his friendship before losing him, this requires bringing him in as much missions as possible and interact with him a lot). It wouldn’t seem fair to me to leave him home while I go with my new dwarf bff fighting darkspawn and digging shinies.
With a mage (Hawke, with a surviving Carver) and a rogue (Varrick, required) my party needs a warrior (because I play like that): with Aveline being a city guard, freshly appointed Captain (or on her way to be) and Fenris checking on Danarius’ manor in Kirkwall, that leaves Carver.
And since I tend to play damager mages, a healer is needed in the Roads, so Anders becomes the fourth. Sibling+Anders looks like a sensible choice to me when forming the Deep Roads party also RP-wise: Anders is the warden that gave us the map, he’s the one with more experience with darkspawn, more than Merrill (who encountered them in the forest in the Dalish origin and possibly afterwards during her clan’s travels to the Free Marches) and more than Aveline (or maybe just as much as her, but she always has her job), which are the other two companions that have known darkspawn experience.
Given those choices, the alternatives are Warden or dead. And I love my brother too much to let him die in the derp roads.
DId you know?
Being part of an oppressed minority doesn’t excuse you being an asshole.
In fact, it makes you part of the oppressive majority.
if a character is homosexual, pretending they aren’t is wrong.
if a character is bisexual, pretending they aren’t is wrong.
if a character is asexual, pretending they aren’t is wrong.
if a character is heterosexual, pretending they aren’t so you can explore and adapt them to your fetish it’s - guess what - wrong too.
Things Bioware Doesn’t Understand:
SHE EXPLAINED THE THING
English is so dull...
- me: *is trying to translate "precisino del cazzo" in english*
- Nikki: a goodie two shoes? teacher's pet?
- me: uhm... too specific, maybe...
- Nikki: cazzo is dick isn't it?
- me: I need to use it in a generic context
- me: yeah, well...
- me: we use it for a lot of things... XD
- Nikki: thanks to Assassin's Creed that I know that :'D
- me: litterally is "little shit that is always precise and has to point out everything and could point out my dick and suck it for all I care"
- me: (loose translation XD)
- Nikki: I'm not sure if we have a term like that
so in LOTR’s appendices it says that legolas eventually builds a boat and takes gimli across the seas and into the west, the gray havens. you know, the place arwen isn’t allowed to go because she’s in love with a human dude bUT LEGOLAS (AKA ‘YOU LITTLE SHIT’) JUST SAYS “FUCK IT” AND SNEAKS GIMLI INTO THE GODDAMN UNDYING LANDS LIKE CONTRABAND TWIZZLERS INTO A MOVIE THEATER
*coughs* Actually Arwen is allowed to go there. She chooses not to because she wanted to stay with her husband (which is a Numenorean, that’s not exactly a human…).
If you found this Legolas anecdote, you should have found also Arwen and Aragorn’s story two or three paragraphs before that… unless all you know of LOTR comes from the Peter Jackson’s movie (which changed many things… starting from Aragorn and Arwen’s story…)