Wood Ocarina Pokemon
Name origin (Acacia+Ocarina)
-Acareen’s song hypnotizes children, luring them into the maze-like forests it calls home. No one knows why it does this.
-Acareen gets around by hopping about. When it wants to move faster, it levitates itself and hurls its body in the direction it wants to go.
Pied Piper Pokemon
Name origin (Dissonance+Symphony+phony)
-It has the ability to control the emotions of Pokemon and humans alike with sound. It is speculated that Dysphony lure adults into forests through their song, leading them to another dimension.
-When a flock of Acareen gather, a Dysphony is not far behind. They love to conduct groups and often host singing competitions.
So, these are a few of my Fakemon that I’ve had around for a while and have finally decided to finalize. They’re based on the Pied Piper of Hamelin and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s ocarina. Acareen was inspired by wooden ocarinas shaped like birds, small brown birds, and the Northern Cardinal. Dysphony was inspired by plague masks, ocarinas, musical conductors and woodpeckers. Both also have influence from the acacia trees, specifically the whistling thorn. Why plague masks? Because there is a theory that the children of Hamelin “disappeared” during an epidemic of sorts.
I have modified Dysphony a few times before, and I believe I’ve posted its previous design here before, but here is that design
and the initial design
There was a middle stage but I decided to omit it.
[They’re Ghost/Grass because Acareen was born from an inanimate wooden object, and that carries on to its final stage]
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oH MY GOD???
How the FUCK am I supposed to have a good day when 28% of Americans aren’t getting enough fiber?
so this is DEFINITELY a longshot, but i was reading the pmmm manga and i noticed a little something that never occured to me
canonically, we only see the events of about 7~8 or so timelines, right? but with numerous context clues i think it’s safe to assume there’s been way more than that
but is there actually a set number? how many times has homura reset?
and then there came this little panel to set all my fears to rest
“threads of fate all centered around madoka”
now, in the panel above, that’s a shit ton of threads connecting to madoka
each thread probably representing every timeline
which is a lot
60, to be exact (yes, i counted them)
if we estimate each timeline to probably be around a month, then repeating it sixty times is five years.
homura spent five years resetting the timeline to save madoka
hot damn this show just got a hell of a lot more depressing
i’m glad that AC3 took that extra mile in being historically accurate to the point where using guns and muskets drove me insane because of the reloading time and i wish that ONCE connor just got fed up and tore off his robes and flexed his arms like ‘SAY HELLO TO MY GUNS: THE LEFT ONE IS ‘FREEDOM,’ THE RIGHT ONE IS ‘JUSTICE,’ AND THEY DON’T NEED TO BE RELOADED’
Okay so for Spanish we have to do a project about our favorite trip and I couldn’t think of one so I’m just doing The Hangover and photoshopping myself into different screen shots.
but where the fuck is sai
i have school tomorrow
today on the bus all the little middle schoolers were talking and one of them was like “can we stop arguing about the bass?” AND EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM AT THE EXACT SAME TIME SAID “JUST DROP IT” AND STARTED WUBBING IM LAUGHING FOR FIVE HUNDRED YEARs.
You can want it all you want but you cant touch it
How I imagine our fandom is right now
Day 24 with no update, Homestuck fandom has resorted to personifying the update and turning it into a stripper.
Virtual supermarkets are popping up in subway stations in South Korea, where commuters can virtually shop for items while waiting for the train to come. Customers simply scan an item’s QR code using the free “Homeplus” app and can have it delivered to their doorstep before they even get home. Ranked as the 2nd most hard-working country in the world to Japan, South Korea is rewarding its workers with this timesaving gem.
Wow! I kinda love this idea.