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silencedrowns:

briangefrich:

agentsama:

Jaeger Pilot Suit Details (+ circuitry suit) x

Yo, can we talk about the Skull and Orthodox Cross for Cherno Alpha?

If nothing else, this is a fantastic cosplay reference.

god these are gorgeous

sunhillow:

sunhillow:

DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING, SINGING THE SONG OF FUCKING ANGRY WOMEN. 

IT IS THE MUSIC OF THE WOMEN WHO WILL NOT BE SLAVES TO UNBORN FETUSES AGAIN

sunhillow:

DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING, SINGING THE SONG OF FUCKING ANGRY WOMEN. 

sunhillow:

Can I tell u my jehan prouvaire modern headcanons please

  • He wears these really beat up blacks docs that he’s had since like middle school and sticks flowers in them all time
  • He has a bunny named Byron after, of course, Lord Byron
  • Yeah sure he may be femme, but that definitely does not define his personality. He’s quiet around new people for the most part, but if someone says problematic shit no matter who they are he will call them the fuck out. He can stand his own and is extremely passionate about the things he loves
  • He started writing poetry at age 10 and has never stopped since after his mom gave him a collection of Keats poem. He loves loves loves the Romantics, but he has a huge soft spot for T.S. Eliot, e.e cummings,and Pablo Neruda. He lovingly has a framed photo of Walt Whitman in the entrance to his apartment that he always greets as “Uncle Walt”
  • He has a mean left (he’s left handed the babe) hook and has broken a couple of noses in his day
  • Jehan has many tattoos of poetry and flowers along his arms and fingers and he totally has hip tattoos
  • He smokes clove cigarettes and drinks chai everything and he has totally dropped acid before and enjoys hookah 
  • Lady in the street, freak in the sheets 
  • Long strawberry blonde hair that he wears in a braid of non-stressful days and on stressful days he wears it in a bun
  • freckles freckles freckles and scruff 
  • this one totally came from pembroke: he collects animal bones and skulls and presses flowers in his spare time he also collects butterfly specimens in frames and they are hung in a huge grid in his living room
  • so many ugly sweaters and he has a old beat up leather jacket that grantaire painted flowers on one day and it has spikes on the shoulder and he wears patterned jeans/pants (mostly floral)
  • he gets stopped in the streets all the time cause so many street fashion photographers want to take his photo
  • everyone’s happiness comes before his. if one of his friends is having a bad day, he will go out of his way to make their day at least minutely better. but he will not try to fix anyone cause he knows you can’t fix someone with poetry and flowers and braids. 
  • Also here’s my face character for him:
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sunhillow:

I did a thing

sunhillow:

I did a thing

sunhillow:

Okay, anon here I am answering this question now!!
One thing I find odd is that game developers, me in this hypothetical case, would have to even think harder for a way to appeal to gamers who are women. I think it should be the default to think about the female demographic when developing a game and don’t just limit the target audience to men. 
I think the most important thing when developing a game to appeal to gamers who are women is just by simply including realistic characters who are women! What a crazy idea!!! Not using women as a way to advance the plot/using them to advance the plot? Heresy!!!!! Not putting women into stereotypical roles/tropes? Crazy!!!! Putting women into practical/well designed costumes based on their role/profession in the game? What!!!!! 
Appeal to women by not having subtle or blatant sexism throughout the game. (The only time I could think it would be okay is if you had a character who made sexist remarks and then having another character put them in their place by calling them out on their bullshit). 
Women don’t need games about cooking or house making or cute games involving animals that aren’t too difficult for fragile female souls to play. That may appeal to some women and that’s okay. That’s totally okay. But those games are made with the intention of being made for women based on stereotypical things that women do. And that is what’s not okay.
(I WILL ANSWER THE KIND OF GAME I WOULD MAKE THING IN ANOTHER POST CAUSE THIS ONE’S GETTING A BIT LONG)

sunhillow:

Okay, anon here I am answering this question now!!

One thing I find odd is that game developers, me in this hypothetical case, would have to even think harder for a way to appeal to gamers who are women. I think it should be the default to think about the female demographic when developing a game and don’t just limit the target audience to men. 

I think the most important thing when developing a game to appeal to gamers who are women is just by simply including realistic characters who are women! What a crazy idea!!! Not using women as a way to advance the plot/using them to advance the plot? Heresy!!!!! Not putting women into stereotypical roles/tropes? Crazy!!!! Putting women into practical/well designed costumes based on their role/profession in the game? What!!!!! 

Appeal to women by not having subtle or blatant sexism throughout the game. (The only time I could think it would be okay is if you had a character who made sexist remarks and then having another character put them in their place by calling them out on their bullshit). 

Women don’t need games about cooking or house making or cute games involving animals that aren’t too difficult for fragile female souls to play. That may appeal to some women and that’s okay. That’s totally okay. But those games are made with the intention of being made for women based on stereotypical things that women do. And that is what’s not okay.

(I WILL ANSWER THE KIND OF GAME I WOULD MAKE THING IN ANOTHER POST CAUSE THIS ONE’S GETTING A BIT LONG)