lamamama:

RADICAL DWARF JAMZ

DEPRESSING HARP SOLO THORIN OAKENSHIELD

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lamamama:

RADICAL DWARF JAMZ

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DEPRESSING HARP SOLO THORIN OAKENSHIELD

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(Source: broodinghunx)

dreamingofaplaceiveneverbeen:

mrdistracted:

two regenerations later The Doctor finally meets that person

Brian Williams Appreciation Post.

mycroftsmindtardis:

You were the first. The first face this face saw. And you’re seared onto my heart.

(Source: tommarvalo)

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krykky:

doomslock:

Hamish and Mrs Hudson.

→ requested by a lot of people.

atrickstertype:

pinkninjapj:

penandpage:

Oh my god.

It was a test.

OH MY GOD IT WAS A TEST!

IT WAS A MOTHERFUCKING TEST!!!!

THOSE FUCKERS

Of course it was a test. He’s Mycroft Holmes.

sentientcitizen:

meggannn:

avatarsnowy:

In the Avatar State, you are at your most powerful.

#but okay no #no no no #this isn’t how this was supposed to happen #in the red gifs where aang is in the avatar state he WORKED for that #he spent three seasons coming to terms with his destiny and with his responsibility to the world as the avatar #and two of those three seasons showed him triggering the avatar state through fits of rage and pain #he went through three seasons of development #three seasons where he had to let go of katara and realize what exactly being the avatar meant to him and what it entailed #and then #korra’s time comes around and she’s just given the avatar state #she cries about how she’s failed (BECAUSE AANG NEVER DID THAT AND THAT WASN’T PART OF HIS DEVELOPMENT) and that’s enough to bring aang forth #and apparently she’s mastered the avatar state #no #aang had to go through hell to be able to master the avatar state and reach his goal #and korra i love you korra i do #but you deserve so much more #you deserve a fantastic story arc because you’re a fantastic character #you deserve growth and depth and internal conflict and not the easily reached fate you got #i’m sorry baby #i love you #i do.

…Okay, maybe I’m the only person who thinks this, but I didn’t think this scene above was Korra’s mastering the Avatar State at all? I thought her entering it at that ending was a confirmation of her finally getting in touch with her spiritual side, not a symbolic representation of them saying she’s done with her journey. She unconsciously calls Aang when she needs help the most; his (and the other Avatars’) appearance was, I thought, meant to represent the importance of that contact, something she’s struggled with the entire season, not to say “good job you’re done” but more to say “this is just the beginning,” and her entering the AS afterwards was more of a result of it, a triggered side-effect of her first contact with the previous Avatars, not her mastery of it. She still needs to master airbending, and after that comes mastering and controlling herself while in the AS during an emotional/traumatic time like Aang did, so no, she’s definitely not done. If Bryke was planning to end here it… idk, it doesn’t feel like a resolute ending like Aang’s story does: they left it open enough in AtlA to give the audience an idea of how the gaang’s adventures continued, while here they (I assumed, at least) let us know that her story (her “legend” if we want to get technical) isn’t over just because it’s the final episode. When I was watching it I wasn’t thinking “Oh yay now she’s a fully-realized Avatar!” (because she isn’t lbr), I was thinking “Oh YES now she’s gotten in touch with what she’s been struggling for the entire season and now she’s ready to start understanding and controlling it.”

But… maybe I’m the only one who thought that? Okay…

Okay, this does make it a bit better.

(Source: gifbending)

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