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trash child 。◕ ‿ ◕。

zyca:

trash child 。◕ ‿ ◕。


thesilverseeker:

cruelfeline replied to your post: cruelfeline: *quietly notes that true…

*Plushie* revenge, sir. And that makes all the difference c:

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Hardly.

 man I really wanna boop the space where his nose should be

*boop*


Dragonshead
Dragon BridgeHaafingar Hold

Dragonshead

Dragon Bridge
Haafingar Hold

posted 1 hour ago

lizwuzthere:

KOBD comic 1
Oh yes. I said “comic 1”There are more where this came from. :T
Hmm. You know one of these days I should really color one of these transformers pictures… maybe next time.
comic 2comic 3comic 4comic 5

Starscream’s harrowing adventures on the Nemesis: a comic series

lizwuzthere:

KOBD comic 1

Oh yes. I said “comic 1”
There are more where this came from. :T

Hmm. You know one of these days I should really color one of these transformers pictures… maybe next time.

comic 2
comic 3
comic 4
comic 5

Starscream’s harrowing adventures on the Nemesis: a comic series


I just got to Plesioth in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.

So, normally, I have a phobia of deep ocean images. And deep ocean creatures. Things like sea serpents and plesiosaurs and fucking goddamned giant squid. 

When I first started playing MH3U, I would get light-headed whenever I had to go under water. I slowly got better at it, but with a new monster, I thought it would be difficult.

Like, Plesioth has a shark head and is all rawr and everything.

But then I saw the thing’s full body, and it has chicken legs. And walks like a chicken. A chicken with a shark’s head. And it does a stupid chicken run back towards the water what is this bullshittery.

Who the hell even designed this thing I am crying

posted 1 hour ago

thesilverseeker asked: "{{ Soundwave. Increase your surveillance of Knock Out. The medic is up to something, and I would like to know what, exactly, it is. }} More like Starscream had some scheming to do against the crimson mech, but he wasn't going to let Soundwave know that."

thesilverseeker:

metalmantis:

Soundwave tilted his head at the order. Knock Out? The medic was harmless really, just one scratch to his finish and he was done. This better not have been for some sorry excuse of a feud. But alas, he would do as he was told, bringing up a screen to see what Knock Out really was doing. 

Good. Starscream was still fine-tuning how, exactly, he would seek his revenge on the mech for stealing one of Starscream’s most coveted objects, but knowing that Soundwave would report any observations witnessed to him was more satisfying that he would allow to be let on.

{{ I expect a daily report on your findings, significant or not. Starscream, out. }}

Knock Out started it. Starscream was only bringing what he thought was justified for tormenting the true Decepticon Lord.

*quietly notes that true Decepticon Lords are all about their plushies*


sexualizedboat:

Why I don’t draw Starscream.png

sexualizedboat:

Why I don’t draw Starscream.png


llbwwb:

(via 500px / Aim high by Stefan Rosengarten)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Aim high by Stefan Rosengarten)


teawraith:

cruelfeline:

teawraith:

……


One of their most common excuses, perhaps my fave one, is the “interpretation” argument, I’ve seen it around a lot lately. They’ll go, “Hey, it’s your right to interpret Starscream as an abuse victim, but I see it differently!” When I find people saying stuff like this, I just want to ask them if they also “interpret” Bumblebee as being, say… purple. Or that Optimus’ altmode is a speedboat? Hey, let’s have fun! It’s all equally valid in the magical land of interpretations. Canon has no meaning anymore! :D

…….

I just have to reply to this bit, and then I swear I’m done that is a lie I am never done I will be bitching about this nonsense until the end of days.

This is one of those arguments that compel me to tell people to stop talking to me/visiting my blog/existing in my presence. And then those people get quite butthurt, whining that I’m not respecting their opinion/interpretation/kink.

Damn right I’m not respecting it.

There is a difference between things that are “open to interpretation” and things that are “totes not open to interpretation.”

Something open to interpretation? Knock Out’s and Breakdown’s relationship. There’s no unshakable, solid evidence either for or against the idea that they’re lovers, or that they’re just friends, or just coworkers, or whatever. And interpreting it in any of those ways doesn’t discount any canon or make anything up that isn’t compatible with canon.

Whereas MegaStar very much does. It’s not possible to argue that Starscream and Megatron are in a legit, consensual, romantic relationship, BDSM or otherwise, because it goes against unshakable parts of canon. There’s no other way to interpret Starscream being afraid of Megatron other than him being afraid of Megatron. There’s no other way to interpret Megatron beating Starscream into the hospital except Megatron beating Starscream into the hospital.

At no point in the series is there anything that even remotely hints at the possibility of anything other than violent abuse. There’s no moment when Starscream looks like he’s enjoying what Megatron does. I mean, I guess there is that time in Patch when he asks Megatron to beat him… you know: in order to avoid being killed.

That’s not kinky. That’s horrifying.

You can’t interpret something that’s not open to interpretation.

As you said, I can sit here and tell you that I’m interpreting that the sky is actually fluorescent green, but that doesn’t make it true. It just makes people around me concerned for my ocular/mental state.

The reason that I so vehemently tell these people to GTFO is because it creeps me the hell out that they think it’s okay to interpret away abuse so that they can get their sexy fantasies on.

Like, what does that mean, exactly? Does that mean that like, them finding a couple cute in real life would make it okay in their heads to “interpret” away abuse in that couple’s relationship? It just creeps me out, because if someone can look at Megatron beating Starscream into submission, and Starscream being terrified of him, and not immediately think “wow that’s abusive,” I honestly question their ability to make valid conclusions about reality. And don’t anyone yap at me with that “oh, they wouldn’t interpret it that way in real life, blah blah blah.” A large part of the reason that abuse exists in real life is because people like to pretend it’s not happening, and because abuse victims themselves try to interpret what they’re experiencing as something other than abuse.

I’m not talking about the people who like the ship, concede that it is abusive, and would totes never go for something like that in real life. I’m talking about people who seem legitimately incapable of admitting that it’s an abusive relationship. How far does that sort of thing go? Are they able to identify abusive relationships in general? Does their sex drive get in the way?

I am legit creeped out by people who can’t seem to identify it as abuse. And I have no problem with hurting their pwecious wittle feelings and self-validation by telling them to hightail it out of my space.


nightskeptic:

treblemirinlens:

doctorflowers:

owlrocket

NYOOM

I love this.

nightskeptic:

treblemirinlens:

doctorflowers:

owlrocket

NYOOM

I love this.