Tonight, they’d make their stand, once and for all.

ouat challenge » day 14 : favourite scenes/moments

↳ I couldn’t choose any fave scenes so I decided to put some moments I liked.





make me choose:
→ anonymous asked: peter pan and rumple or baelfire and rumple?


Since Johanna Mason was the only living female victor of 7 for the Quell, I would like to think that when they called up “Ladies first” she just stomped over, grabbed the piece of paper herself and shouted “GEE I WONDER WHO THE FUCK IT COULD BE? HOLY FUCK BALLS IT’S ME I’M SO SHOCKED” and the Peacekeepers have to drag her away from the microphone


anonymous asked: buffy s6 or buffy s7



Fun at Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes.


ouat challenge:
day 12: favourite dead character → graham

I’d  go  to the  e n d  of the world for  her 

Title: Canned Heat
Artist: Jamiroquai
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Anonymous sent: You claim that JKR has a huge bias (which maybe true) yet weren't the Harry Potter books written in third-person and in mostly Harry's perspective? I would assume that being in Harry's perspective would entail a lot of anti-Slytherin bias. 


The events in the story were viewed with a Gryffindor lens, yes, but that does not excuse everything in my book. 

  • When a Slytherin does a good deed, he is unrecognized for it. Regulus. His contribution was so fantastically downplayed and no one knows shit about him other than he was a Death Eater and Sirius’ brother bc JKR made it that way. Even though Harry lives in his fucken house and owns his house elf. Once they figured out who RAB was and got what they needed, he fell into obscurity.

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20 favorite quotes that didn’t make it in to the movies

"His eyes burned suddenly and he blinked. He felt stupid for admitting it, but the fact that he had had someone outside Hogwarts who cared what happened to him, almost like a parent, had been one of the best things about discovering his godfather… and now the post owls would never bring him that comfort again." 

"Sirius represented much to you that you had never known before," said Dumbledore gently. "Naturally, the loss is devastating."