You know, I’m getting tired of the fandom expecting Annie to freak out and burn people every time she gets angry. Even during Fire Spike she took careful care not to hurt Eglamore. Wantonly burning stuff is not in her character. And it’s maybe even a bit sexist to assume it is? (those females and their uncontrollable emotions…)
Facts about Cosmo:
- Purple and eggplanty color scheme. With stars!
- First appearance is AFTER the Nightmare Knight is resurrected.
- Routinely appears out of nowhere.
- Helps the party advance when they’re stuck.
- Also maybe tries to kill them.
- Has never been seen in the same room with the Nightmare Knight.
Inescapable conclusion: SAME PERSON. Q.E.D.
Welp I just saw the 3rd Madoka movie. It was… ok? Don’t get me wrong- it was absolutely gorgeous to look at, probably straight up the most lovingly crafted animated movie of all time (maybe rivaled by The Secret of Kells). But it was damningly stretched out, which is a shame as the series had literally zero fluff or filler.
But most of all, I was asking myself, “is this a movie that needed to exist?” and the answer was no. I could go on, but suffice it to say nothing needed to be added to the Madoka canon, and in the end, nothing important really was.
you know, for years I’ve wondered about my sexuality. Why do I keep turning down women? What sort of girl am I even interested in? Could I be aromantic? I was walking through the rain, these questions weighing down on my mind. There was a break in the storm, and for a brief moment the sun poured through, and I realized: I really just want to date Elaine Benes
Ok stupid theory time.
The ultimate goal of the chakra project is to create a monster out of an entire human body, leaving nothing behind but the man’s soul. Freed from the shackles of flesh, he can ~*ascend to a higher plane of existence*~
This is Rjinder’s plan. Discuss.
This song (this game) is gonna give me an anxiety attack. It’s so chill and peaceful and then PRESSURE TENSION ENEMY ROCKET LAUNCHER ok we chill again.
i think we’ve got enough info to start thinking about a Grand Theory of the plot of Gunnerkrigg Court
we know that psychopomps don’t pick up robot souls, and that Kat is a robot angel. Angel of death maybe? Probably related.
But also, being an angel of death isn’t really a good thing? Without a…
I don’t think the Court wants to destroy the ether, I think they want to control it. Immortality at the cost of being a ghost doesn’t sound so hot to me. Right now the psychopomps act as gatekeepers to the ether. If one could bypass them, and gain direct access to the ether, then they could literally re-write reality. A much better prize, indeed.
Rod Serling Narration:
Imagine, if you will, a great monster of antiquity, the stuff of myth and legend. A creature of near unlimited power. Now imagine, that same monster wanted to be something different. Something human.
Meet Ballister Blackheart, former Knight of the Institution, now that same Institution’s greatest foe. He thinks he’s found the perfect sidekick, a precocious young scamp by the name of Nimona. But he’s really stumbled upon something out of…
Nimona, The Final Scene:
A great battle rages. Using her anomalous energy device, Dr. Blitzmeyer traps Nimona in a fragile human form. Ballister -tears in his eyes- strikes a final blow against his former sidekick, and Nimona crumples to the ground, dead.
The dust settles.
"Is it over?" someone asks.
"Yes." Ballister turns to the audience as the camera zooms in on his strange, glowing yellow eyes. "Everything’s fine now."
We fade to black as The Twilight Zone theme starts playing.