It’s really sad that a hero like Jonathan is so rare these days. Today’s world needs more positive role models like him. If everybody acted a little more like Jonathan Joestar, the world would be such a better place.
But don’t you see? Edgy is in! Dark is cool! Everyone knows the villains (and to a similar vein anti-heroes) are SO much more interesting and attention grabbing in advertising!
Huh? Wuzzat? We’ve beat this horse so far into the ground that now there’s a backlash to the point where turning previously positive heroes darker is causing backlash and 90’s era Batman is starting to lose steam in favour of critique?
These days whenever I see the name Ishimaru on my dash it refers to that dude from Dangan Ronpa…
but it’s fine, it’s fine
Anonymous asked: I'm pretty sure Roy is about to kill Mr. Despotism Daddy. the setup right now is PERFECT for that. I mean, I'm not sure if you've seen the latest update, but for one thing, Roy just subtly slipped offscreen to heal, and also, T is cementing himself an opportunity to die a pathetic death much far removed from the one he spent years dreaming of.
Well, with Tarquin wearing heavy armour and hanging off the edge of a fast moving airship and Laurin occupied with V (casterfight!), provided Roy gets out there before Tarquin pulls himself up, he’s in prime position for this. (Or Elan or Haley in a pinch)
(Yes, I’m aware of using a Star Trek death to defeat a character who modelled himself on so many Star Wars tropes)
Anonymous asked: have you been keeping up with Order of the Stick lately? because you're the only one on Tumblr that I've seen talking about it and I can feel a prediction of the next few events coming on so hard I physically can't shut up about it (and I think you'd like to hear it too because it involves humiliating a certain overly liked side-villain)
Go oooooooonnnn…. :3c
(I may post about OotS, but not very frequently. The only ones that strike out were my comment about Durkon turning into a vampire, a voicing of general displeasure towards Tarquin and Redcloak, and making a Calvin and Hobbes joke about Beklar riding an Allosaurus. I’m actually kinda flattered, and, hey, if it encourages conversation, I’m all for it)
D&D Stats Explained with Tomatoes
Strength is being able to crush a tomato.
Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato.
Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato.
Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad.
Charisma is being able to sell a tomato based fruit salad.