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    Heart will go on

    06x17 been through so much, you and I

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  • “why do you keep showing me things when I’ve made it clear that I don’t care?”

    I made it a habit to show Byers to EVERYONE (or at least attempt to) and Lanque got super pissed at me. This might be where he decided he might kill me(Joey) if I fuck up 

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  • KuroMori (Komori Kinoko x Kuroiro Shihai)


    • Kuroiro developed a crush when he first saw Komori.
    • At first, he thought she was cute, but then she saw her decimate her opponents on an exercise and he was in love, No going back.
    • When the guys find out, they try to be his wingmen. But it’s really hard.
    • Kuroiro is super shy, he can barely look at her in the eyes without falling apart. And Komori is the most oblivious person in the planet. One time, on their second year, somebody left her a teddy bear with a heart, and she took it to lost and found.
    • Kuroiro is so shy that the first times he tried to talk to her, he hid in the shadows of his clothes with his quirk.
    • Tetsutetsu, Kaibara and Tsuburaba are his main wingmen. They have been promised to be groomsmen at their wedding. They have a speech prepared. Whoever gets them together will be best man.
    • Ironically, none of them get them together. The one who is able to do so is Tokoyami.
    • He and Kuroiro are friends of darkness, and the bird can’t see his friend suffer. He first talks with Komori, who says she never considered romance, but their conversation leaves her thinking. Then he asks the girls from his class to feign interest in Kuroiro. Not to flirt with him, but to show he is an available wanted suitor. Then he gives an inspiring speech, that only Kuroiro was able to understand, which gives the black hero courage to face the music.
    • It doesn’t work, but in the end, Komori asks him out.
    • They go to see a movie and then to walk around the park. To this day, Komori thinks it was the most romantic outing she had.
    • They start dating after that.
    • Komori calls him ‘Her Black Trumpet’, it’s a black mushroom.
    • To hang out on his room, she needs a forehead flashlight. The room is pitch black, and she can’t see. 
    • I headcanon Komori to be an old-Disney fan bc of her hero costume. Like old animations in black and white with Minnie and Mickey Mouse.
    • That’s why one Halloween they dressed as the two mouses.
    • Kuroiro is whipped. He knows and accepts this. If his girlfriend asked him to jump off a bridge, he would ask which one she had in mind.
    • In her birthday, he always surprises her with a new dress based on idol videos. She loves them. She can be seen wearing for a week after she gets it.
    • They stay together after graduation.
    • But being newly graduated heroes and dating is very hard. After a year of trying to make it work, they break up. Komori is the one who pulls the trigger, but Kuroiro agrees with her and says he saw it coming for a while.
    • They part in good terms. But their busy lives don’t let them see each other.
    • They reunite when Monoma invites them to a class B reunion. He heard class A was doing one too and he can’t let those pesky class A brats get away with that. Monoma, we are not even in the school anymore.
    • Everybody is kind of worried about their reaction, but the two don’t make it awkward. And as drinks come and go, they end up making out on Kuroiro’s home and falling asleep on the couch.
    • The next morning they talk and agree to try again, but to start slow.
    • Three years later, they get married. 


    • Komori’s parent are rich. I mean have you seen the dresses she wears on the Shifuku. That has to be expensive.
    • I feel like they would love Kuroiro. He would try to go the extra mile to impress them and how he is super attentive to their daughter.
    • Kuroiro’s parents work in a theatre. That’s were his drama came from.
    • He used to practice his quirk under the theatre.
    • Komori and Kuroiro have two kids.
    • The eldest one is called Kuroiro Tengu. Tengutake means Amarita, (that is a type of mushroom)
    • They have pitch-black straight hair, and crazy eyes like their parents, They are non-binary, pronouns they/them.
    • Unlike their sibling, Tengu doesn’t want to be a pro-hero. They were born after the hospital raid and the golden age of villains, a lot of young people don’t see the appeal of being heroes or having them.
    • Their quirk is called Black Bending. They can shape and form anything black, Tengu uses it to paint.
    • They are also stuck in their goth phase like their father.
    • The other kid, who is four years younger than Tengu, is called Toryu. Toryufu means truffle, another type of mushroom.
    • He is a copy of his mother except for the black skin.
    • His quirks is the same as his mother’s, but he can also change the colour of the fungus he grows. 
    • Komori and Kuroiro are both heroes, but they both have different schedules. Kuroiro works at night and takes care of the kids during the day, and Komori works during the day and takes care of the kids at night. They spend the mornings together.

    AU - Fantasy AU

    • Komori is a druid that lives reclused in the forest.
    • One day, she finds this man on her forest with obsidian skin and silver hair. He is wounded and hurt. She takes him to her shack and heals him.
    • When Kuro wakes up, he finds an angel taking care of him.
    • He is a warlock who barely got away from his abusive master. The last thing he remembers is blacking out in the forest.
    • The two spend a lot of time together as he heals and slowly get closer.
    • Komori has no problem with him staying with her for as long as he wants, but one day, another warlock, AFO, takes control of her forest and infest it with monsters.
    • The two ran for safety, and Kuro swears that he will help her get back her home.
    • They hear about this group of young warriors who are searching for a way to stop AFO and journey to meet them and join them.
    • Komori, who has lived almost all of her life on the forest, is very curious about this new world she finds herself in. Kuroiro shows her everything and tries to explain everything the best he can.
    • They do find the group they were searching for. Their leader, a man, called Midoriya, doesn’t give them the best of news.
    • He tells them that they are trying to stop AFO, but they can’t stop to help one small forest. He luckily does know some people that might.
    • Some friends of them had made a group of warrior who tried to weaken AFO forces that attacked the people of the kingdom. They are lead by a witch called Kendo and a dragon companion called TetsuTetsu.
    • The two set off again to find them and cross paths with a lot of different people, another druid with vines for hair, a centaur, a bard, a blacksmith, etc. They all have a thing in common. They are all looking for Kendo and her group.
    • They end up finding her and explain the situation, the group helps them.
    • But, when the forest is cleared, and the group of warrior has to leave, the idea of staying in the forest doesn’t sound as appealing.
    • The forest is Komori’s home. She lived here, learned here and had only recently left it for the first time. She knows her life got a lot of excitement these last couple of months, but she isn’t sure if she is ready to leave everything behind.
    • Kuroiro has made plans to stick with the group and help the people with AFO. He makes promises to come visit whenever they are in the area.
    • The next morning, as they start packing to leave, Komori makes a decision. She says goodbye to her home and goes with them.
    • With this group, the two travel the land and go to places they’ve never seen before, sometimes even crossing paths with Midoriya and their group.
    • They also make a few enemies, especially with the mercenary group, the Vanguard Action and Detnerat.
    • Kuroiro and Komori don’t acknowledge their feelings until the incident.
    • The incident happened in a remote town where magic users were going crazy. When the group arrived, it didn’t take long for their magic users to start losing their minds.
    • The real problem was a man who was controlling them by poisoning the water. But Kuroiro was the hardest to stop. He is a warlock, and so he had been taught much older and much dangerous magic.
    • Komori is the one who snaps him out of the man’s control. It’s a very heart fell moment, and they have their first kiss.

    Fanon Opinion

    • So, I can’t think of NSFW for these too.
    • I don’t know why. I just can’t. So they are going to be the first to have the Fanon opinion.
    • And I know that Kuroiro appearentely likes taboo things. But I’m honestely afraid. I don’t wanna google 'taboo sex stuff’. I feel like that is a hole you can’t come out of.
    • The only thing I can think that might be okay with them is Vampire roleplay. Because that would fit. I can see it. Don’t ask me who is the vampire, I haven’t decided yet.
    • So… not many people ship them. Like compared to other ships, they have very little content. Then again, that will change when season 5 comes.
    • Hopefully.
    • The one thing I believe we can agree on is that Kuroiro is a blushing mess when he is near her.
    • There’s also the rivalry with Tokoyami. Komori seems to be interested in Hawks, and the guy now works with him.
    • I have also seen a few pictures with her in gothic lolita dresses and let me tell you, girl looks good~
    • There is not much about them really. I wanted this day reserved for Komori because it’s her birthday today.
    • There isn’t much about them or many of the 1B class. That should change.
    • So, that’s all I have for now!
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  • De dag moet je altijd starten met een goed stevig ontbijt! 
    Wat is er beter voor je gezondheid dan een beetje klonters en schimmel…

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  • オービィ横浜 公式PRキャラクター「カノン」

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    Time to repost my good old meta, cause apparently it’s still necessary and valid as a take.

    Vader wants desperately to deny that him and Anakin are the same person, going to any length to separate himself from who he was and what he used to be. But, as the ROTS novelization also tells us and though it is no longer canon, I think it’s a valid way of putting it - Vader knows, somewhere deep down that he is Anakin. He knows he’s still the same man, but he doesn’t want to acknowledge it.

    Because that would mean he’s still weak, in the eyes of himself and Palpatine. It would mean he destroyed himself, and what he wants to believe is that what he destroyed was someone else’s life. He wants to see Vader as superior, because glorifying the deprived state he’s currently in is the only way he can handle his own remorse, rectify what he’s done to get there.

    If he admits he’s still Anakin, he admits that what he’s done wasn’t making anything better for him. That he himself hurt and scarred the people he loved. He wants to believe Anakin’s persona is separate from his own, that Anakin’s love is somebody else’s love. Even when he draws on his own - Anakin’s - emotions to plunge into the Dark Side, he denies that they’re his.

    Still, when he thinks of Padmé or Obi Wan or Ahsoka or Shmi - he always thinks in first person before rectifying it. Because they were his - and even when, as Vader, it’s almost a compulsive thought to add on that “no, they were Anakin’s beloved, not mine,” he deep down knows that’s not true.

    Vader hates himself, more than he could ever hate the part of himself he calls Anakin. Because he is Anakin, and the part of himself he refers to as Anakin is the young slave boy from Tatooine. The naive kid, who fell in love with Padmé Amidala and loved her enough to marry her in spite of the Jedi Code. Who shared the most intimate of Force bonds with his Jedi master Obi Wan Kenobi. Who taught Ahsoka Tano in Jedi arts with the care of an older sibling. Who loved his mother Shmi Skywalker so deeply, all he wanted was to free her from slavery.

    To Vader, Anakin is the kid who has yet to commit genocide; who has yet to be at the beck and call of the most evil man in the Galaxy. Who has yet to sacrifice a perfectly good state of being - where he’s loved and secure - for a life of misery and agony. He won’t even admit that he’s literally put himself in the place of a slave by obeying Palpatine’s every word.

    Because Anakin lost everyone he ever loved. Everyone who ever loved him. Vader wants to tell himself he doesn’t need them, he doesn’t care. But if Vader and Anakin weren’t one and the same, he wouldn’t be pained by Anakin’s memories. He wouldn’t be affected by the thoughts of Padmé, Shmi, Obi Wan or Ahsoka. He would feel nothing when faced with reality; when Ahsoka or Obi Wan are standing in front of him, ready to duel to the death. When the thought of resurrecting Padmé - as a shell of the person she was in life - becomes a possiblity. If Vader weren’t still Anakin, he’d brush it all off. He’d go about his day, with no attachments.

    But he does feel. He feels pain, and sorrow, and rage. And if those were not his emotions, because of his connection to the people involved, he’d be empty and unfeeling and void of suffering. And he’s not. When Ahsoka addresses she’ll “won’t leave you, not this time”, he falters. Briefly, and not enough to return fully to the light or to admit to himself who he is and what he has done. But, he does falter and he does hesitate, if just for a moment.

    When he strikes Obi Wan down, having told himself for decades he’d be delighted and thrilled to finally rid himself of Obi Wan’s memory - instead, he crumbles. The cry for help, of agony goes out into the Force; so strong that even Yoda can sense it on Dagobah at the other end of the Galaxy.

    Even the first instance of this grief, when he’s informed of - and subsequently lied to about - Padmé’s death by Palpatine, he is crushed. If Vader did not care, he would have been unfazed by Padmé’s death. His first step as the man behind the mask is to grieve Anakin Skywalker’s dead wife. Of course, she was the reason he used to justify the heinous acts he committed, but it was never really about that in the end. It became an excuse to glorify his own new state of being.

    Vader tells himself he is not Anakin Skywalker, but yet all of the things he feels, all of the things that ground him in his pain and thus in the Dark Side, are Anakin’s grievances; are Anakin’s misgivings. Are Anakin’s losses.

    The same thing happens when he’s confronted by the truth that Anakin’s son lived, that Luke Skywalker exists. That there’s a possible future for him, as a father, and he immediately thinks of Luke as his son - despite always pressing the fact that he is Darth Vader, and that Anakin Skywalker is no more.

    Subconsciously - and perhaps on some distant and faraway conscious level - despite all the things Vader wants to convince himself; he’s still Anakin. He knows he’s still Anakin. Anakin Skywalker, who’s done despicable, deplorable things. Anakin Skywalker, who has taken uncountable lives - murdered children - all in the name of a misguided sense of justice. A way to cheat himself out of guilt, because having a conscience is for the weak and Anakin does have one.

    And to admit that he’s still the same man, would be to admit that Anakin was never a wholly good and pure person to begin with. That Anakin was always damaged, that Anakin was always flawed. To admit the insecurities that Anakin felt - that the thoughts of how he never deserved love, that he was never good enough, that he always wanted more than he had - are all his. That Anakin was never betrayed by anyone but himself.

    That’s why it’s not until Luke redeems him, that Anakin can admit who he is.

    That every vile thing he’s ever done was all on him, not somebody else named Vader. It is then that he accepts that he is Vader, and that Vader is Anakin, and there never was any real difference. And despite the horrible things Anakin has done, he saved his son and finally did the right thing. Finally did something good, and pure, and utterly selfless. Finally loved someone else enough to sacrifice himself, rather than toss them along the wayside to justify himself.

    And that’s how he’s finally coming to terms with the fact that in spite of everything he’s done wrong, of all the mistakes he’s made, he could still do good. He may not be a good person, but he is capable of doing good deeds.

    When Anakin stops separating himself into two different personas - who are ultimately one and the same - is when he finally finds peace. Because that’s where he finally admits that Anakin Skywalker ruined his own life by putting himself before everyone he ever cared for. It’s only by accepting that he is Anakin Skywalker and always has been, that he can forgive himself.

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