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Oh my fucking universe!! Give me the black one and you will be a duo fighter with me! " Okay Mabel!" *stands for a while and finds out what just happened. " Oh my god!" "what's it Mabel?" " You just gave me your sword!" "Yeah what is wrong with that?" "nothing but Kirito?" "yeah?" "LET ME LOVE YOU TILL YOU DIE!"

i love how real and raw this photo is

Writing Lite Tip 15: Give your villain an endearing trait. The villains in your stories need to be almost as fleshed out as the protagonists. An evil character has to be more than a two-dimensional stereotyped criminal, sociopath, or mobster. Readers don’t necessarily have to like him/her, but they need to understand their motivation; perhaps even why they’re the way they are. It helps to give your villain some trait that makes them human and sympathetic.

Yeah, I fully agree with this statement. And especially Kirito. A lot of people hated on Kirito. Kirito, I love you.

"Nope" this is one of my favourite ideas for an anime that I have seen

Silly Doctor... All of time and space for 1100 years and he still hasn't figured out that the entire universe IS a miracle. :)

✶ DAILY CHARACTER QUESTION ✶ It’s Not All About You Write a scene where your Protagonist realizes that one of their allies is hiding something from them. What do they do? Want to publish a story inspired by this prompt? Click here to read the guidelines~ ♥︎ And, if you’re looking for more writerly content, make sure to follow me:!

I printed this out and put it up in my classroom. It took the kids a REALLY long time to get that it was a Harry Potter reference!!

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