From Beneath You, It Devours

Jul 29

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CATALOGUING ROCKS

I have just described a mine drill core as “Dark stone with mica sparkles.”

rizascupcakes:

ravenrocketer:

The cast of fma singing “one day more” for the promised day

Hohenheim as Valjean?
Father as Javert? maybe not?
The Thenardiers are causing me trouble…

(ALSO THIS IS BRILLIANT I NOW LOVE YOU BOTH)

Ya know what? Reblog this if you agree that online friends ARE real friends.

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Jul 28

nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires 

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schrodingersowen:

important headcanons to consider:

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trillgamesh:

jk rowling unilaterally writing that not a single member of slytherin house fought in the battle of hogwarts and instead every single one of them hid like cowards is honestly one of the laziest most flaccid writing decisions of our time

Actually McGonagall had them all escorted from the Great Hall after Pansy Parkinson was all, “OMG Potter’s right there; someone grab him!”  It’s entirely possible (in fact very probable) that some diverted and joined the fight.  It’s up to you to decide whether they fought with the Order or with Voldemort, though we know which side Draco Malfoy and Crabbe and Goyle were on.

Everyone was being evacuated.  It’s only in the movie that the Slytherins are forced to the dungeons.  In the books, they’re led to a passageway in the Room of Requirement that leads to The Hog’s Head.

Anyway here’s something I pulled from Chapter 31 (The Battle of Hogwarts):

"…evacuation will be overseen by Mr. Filch and Madame Pomfrey. Prefects, when I give the word, you will organize your House and take your charges in orderly fashion to the evacuation point.
(…)
Every head turned, every eye in the place seemed to have found Harry, to hold him forever in the glare of thousands of invisible beams. Then a figure rose from the Slytherin table and he recognized Pansy Parkinson as
she raised a shaking arm and screamed, “But he’s there! Potter’s there. Someone grab him!”
(…)
"Thank you, Miss Parkinson." said Professor McGonagall in a clipped voice. "You will leave the Hall first with Mr. Filch. If the rest of your House could follow."
Harry heard the grinding of the benches and then the sound of the Slytherins trooping out on the other side of the Hall.
"Ravenclaws, follow on!" cried Professor McGonagall.
Slowly the four tables emptied. The Slytherin table was completely deserted, but a number of older Ravenclaws remained seated while their fellows filed out; even more Hufflepuffs stayed behind, and half of Gryffindor remained in their seats, necessitating Professor McGonagall’s descent from the teachers’ platform to chivvy the underage on their way.
—Pages 608-611 of the US version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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INHALE. EXHALE. INHALE. EXHALE.

THRANDUILLLLLLLL

Anonymous said: yo girl, omg i heard you like Gene/Masako! *high five*

Yo anon! *high fives*

I read this sweet fic called On Unsteady Ground by one of my favourite authors (she’s the one behind Beneath the Lilac Tree, which I highly recommend if you haven’t read it and like fanfic) and it got my ship on.

Jul 27

robotsquid:

"MAN THIS STORY I’M WRITING IS GONNA BE SO GOOD I’M SO PUMPED"

"I CAN’T WAIT TO DEVELOP THE SHIT OUT OF THESE CHARACTERS"

"HOT DAMN THAT ONE SCENE NEAR THE MIDDLE IS GONNA BE BITCHIN’"

"THIS PLOT TWIST IS THE SINGLE BEST IDEA I’VE EVER HAD IN MY LIFE"

~one hour later~

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