…on the upside, my Pokedex is at 606.
one day i’ll get this drawing thing right
…on the upside, my Pokedex is at 606.
+ Edward’s human form is pretty close to his anime version - although his questionable taste in clothes is a little blander by simple virtue that he tends to lose ALL his clothes with some frequency, so he doesn’t take as much care in his wardrobe (a fact that frustrates Roy to no end). He’s a little bit taller than his (‘03 preference showing through) anime counterpart, but still below average. On the other hand, his mature wolf form is actually a bit larger than the average - and Alphonse’s.
+ All of Roy’s clothes and belongings are constantly, mysteriously covered in golden wolf fur. Even the clothes hanging in the closet fresh from the laundry. He swears up and down that Ed must take them out of the closet, transform into his wolf form and roll on them and Ed just rolls his eyes. Mysteriously, Ed’s clothes never have shed fur on them.
+ Ed is fairly cavalier about transforming back and forth. ((His breed really is more conventional shifter than true werewolf; but the phases of the moon affect all the shifters. True werewolves are looked down upon because unlike shifters they are made and not born, and they are mindless killing machines collectively referred to as the “Children of Judas.”)) Al is rather apalled by this, but Ed gives absolutely zero shits about when and where he transforms.
+ There was one notable occasion after a long winter when pre-vampire!Rian convinced Ed to transform, put a collar on him and took him to a dog park to throw a frisbee around for a while. Roy swears up and down that they are making this story up because he slept through the entire thing.
+ Pre-vampire!Rian serves as lackey and general go-fer for the both of them. Ed tends to sleep in cycles - he’ll go through phases of very little sleep, and then he’ll have weeks on end when all he does is doze in wolf form in Roy’s bed, being a fuzzy little furnace and driving Roy insane.
+ Ed doesn’t have much by the way of friends, especially before Roy came into his life. Russell Tringham is/was the closest thing, and they had a pretty bad falling out. Russell is a mutt, a breed whose abilities never really manifested. His father was a werewolf, but his mother was not. He and Ed went out for a little while and had lots of angry sex, but it didn’t work out between them, and after a bad job Winry unlocked Russell’s abilities as a wolf and he left town. He turns back up a few years later, after Ed has settled in with Roy, just to make life more interesting for Ed.
+ Ed has an absolute shitfit at Al when he finds out Al is sleeping with Winry, which led to a two-month-fight where no one was speaking to each other until Roy hauled Ed and Al into the same room to apologize to each other and to Winry.
+ Al kinda wandered back into Ed’s life a year or so after Roy started living with him. They had separated as cubs, due to Ed wanting to leave the pack that had adopted them and Al opting to stay. They both were quite a bit bitter at the other - Ed at Al for staying behind, for siding with his abusers; and Al at Ed for abandoning him there and straight-up leaving. Their relationship will never quite be like canon, and they really fucking fight bad all the time but family is family and when push comes to shove they’ll always have each other’s backs. (Especially since Al started seeing Winry and now Ed has to deal with him ALL THE TIME, and not on random occasions where Al turns up hunting werewolves gone rogue or taken by the blood sickness.)
+ Al’s bloodmate is Kennichi, another wolf from the pack that Ed doesn’t know very well and doesn’t trust at all. Doesn’t matter one whit to Al what his brother thinks of ‘Nichi, because they grew up together and Ed was gone, so screw him.
+ Which, Al REALLY does not approve of the fact that Ed is bloodmates with Roy, because Roy is a vampire and that’s so taboo Al isn’t even sure it’s supposed to be possible. Ed gives zero fucks, it’s done, it’s happened, and Roy is his anyway so everyone else can go suck a cactus.
+ Ed really doesn’t pal around with city wolves. There’s a huge, thriving underground of werewolves in the city but Ed steers clear of most of them. He doesn’t really fit in with regular werewolfs anymore anyway - he’s built his own irregular pack, despite years of wandering alone. Of course, his pack includes two vampires, a witch, his brother and his bloodmate (although Al would deny vigorously being in ED’S pack, Kennichi doesn’t mind), and his ex-boyfriend. It’s an, um, interesting pack.
+ Winry’s ex-coven really doesn’t like any brand of mystic or magic aside from their own, and has tried to actually kill Ed a few times. Ed’s really fucking hard to kill, it doesn’t work out well for them. There’s also a distinct possibility that blood-mating with Roy may have passed immortality on to Ed, but he’s not exactly in a hurry to test that hypothesis.
+ Both of Winry’s parents were killed by vampires. There is a strong possibility that Roy was one of the vampires who killed them. He doesn’t know for certain because of his memory loss; but Winry very definitely hates all vampires and really dislikes Roy. By the time Rian is turned, she’s moved from dislike to “tolerate” and she liked Rian before he was turned so she’s warming up a bit. She will still try out anti-vampire hexes on Roy frequently, without his prior knowledge or consent.
+ Roy’s sire was Lust, but he does not know that.
+ Vampires as a breed generally hunt and live in pairs due to a sire/kin bond. If that bond is severed by the sire before the newer vampire has fully matured, it usually ends badly for the other vampire. That’s where crazy, bloodlust-addled vampires who attack anyone and everyone originate. Roy, on the other hand, had to be difficult and just lose his memories and retain enough of his mind to not attack anyone and try to sustain himself on rats until his passed out in a dumpster. By the way, this is how Ed found him.
+ Ed found a vampire passed out in a dumpster and decided to take him home. Ed makes questionable life choices. Just sayin’.
+ Roy will occasionally remember images from his past life, but it’s always too hazy to connect anything. In that life, he was engaged to Riza and was friends with Maes and Jean - but they were attacked by vampires who killed Maes and turned Roy. No one believed the only living, crippled witness, Jean - except Riza. They became vampire hunters, but so far they’ve been on the other side of the country, and have yet to cross paths with Roy in his new life.
you know those dumb crossover ideas that refuse to leave your head until you draw them?
This! This is why I love the BBC!!
That’s bloody brilliant, that is!
I SAW THAT AS WELL
WHY THE HECK WAS THIS ON A BILLBOARD.
BECAUSE SHE IGNORED HIS TEXTS
oohhhhh i think i remember that? ._. maybe i’m thinking of a different one.
It’s the one that uses zodiac symbols - you have to line them up in a row to fill a board with gold and it progressively gets more difficult to lay the board out. Apparently Popcap is discontinuing it so I went and found a download of it and now I cannot stop playing until I CONQUER THE FUCK OUT OF IT RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
why would u
#firefly #SHUT YOUR ENTIRE FACE THE ACTUAL FUCK UP #mal and jayne answering pretend phones and wearing tiaras at tea parties #mal looking slightly hunted when he’s caught in the act #jayne being totally unembarrassed #because when a toddler gives you a pretend phone you answer that shit #inara teaching him the Correct Way to Pour (Imaginary) Tea #and then pretending to be a dinosaur for 2 hours #river is the best at dinosaurs #simon is terrible so he is a herbivore #and river and the kid chase and eat him #it ends this way every single time
Okay so maybe I just downloaded the old Popcap Alchemy game and spent entirely way too long playing it.