silversteampunk:

coin-what-coin:

whaoanon:

beahbeah:

1. The role and functions of a pawn.

2. The weakest pieces on the board; numerous; interchangeable; existing to be sacrificed for the benefit of the real players.

3. Unlike other pieces, a pawn may not retreat. It can only go forward, one step at a time.

4. A pawn cannot capture a piece that blocks its path. It may only proceed if the opposing piece concedes ground, or if a different route is offered.

5. The en passant capture is a special move that permits one pawn to successfully attack another without directly engaging it.

6. Otherwise, the only way a pawn can capture is by going one step forward and to the left or right, in a single diagonal move.

7. In very rare occasions, if a pawn is allowed to cross the entire board, unscathed…

8. …it may be promoted to a queen, and, perhaps, turn the tide of the war.
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pats face im always going to reblog this

are you fucking kidding me

Wow, that was beautiful.

silversteampunk:

coin-what-coin:

whaoanon:

beahbeah:

1. The role and functions of a pawn.

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2. The weakest pieces on the board; numerous; interchangeable; existing to be sacrificed for the benefit of the real players.

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3. Unlike other pieces, a pawn may not retreat. It can only go forward, one step at a time.

image

4. A pawn cannot capture a piece that blocks its path. It may only proceed if the opposing piece concedes ground, or if a different route is offered.

image

5. The en passant capture is a special move that permits one pawn to successfully attack another without directly engaging it.

image

6. Otherwise, the only way a pawn can capture is by going one step forward and to the left or right, in a single diagonal move.

image

7. In very rare occasions, if a pawn is allowed to cross the entire board, unscathed…

image

8. …it may be promoted to a queen, and, perhaps, turn the tide of the war.

(source)

pats face im always going to reblog this

are you fucking kidding me

Wow, that was beautiful.

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Each main Legend of Korra villain represents a different political ideology.

Even the more minor villains like Varrick (who is not always necessarily a villain) and the Earth Queen represent ideologies as well:  Capitalism and Monarchy, respectively.

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jpnvines:

僕の”フリーカラー”ペン。My “Free Color” pen. #ginzablow 〜 銀三郎

My “Free Color” pen. My “Free Color” pen. #ginzablow 〜 銀三郎

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writingwithcolor:

Hello anon. Allow me to assist. For your benefit, I’m using the Scream series, for my analysis of tropes and do’s and don’ts. You can find all the movies (1, 2, 3, 4) on TVTropes.
If you’ve ever watched any modern horror movie, whether satire or not, you’ll recognize that there’s a lot of “tropes” you should definitely avoid, or at least subvert:

There’s lots of fluidity and tons of options when it comes to horror. Don’t be afraid to use tropes, but don’t also be afraid to subvert them. Kill characters off, but make them meaningful. Have them engage in relationships that come from a bond, or are meaningless and a poor choice. Most of all, have fun!

I suggest playing a few games to help: try Ai Oni, Mad Father, The Witch’s House, and Yume Nikki. Also, heck out the ABCs of Horror Tropes along with TVTrope’s page on Horror for more tropes you can use or subvert.

Best of luck, and good writing!
-Mod Nagone
If most of your characters are PoC, readers are gonna have to accept that most of said PoC will die, and that’s understandable. I’d suggest you don’t kill off all the Characters of Color (lest everyone is supposed to die) though.
You mention your characters are fully fledged so that’s hopeful in regards to their deaths not being baseless or as Nagone mentioned, just for shock value.

~Mod Colette

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uglygirlsclub:

don’t date anyone who isn’t proud of you

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bombing:

tip: failing a class? demand trial by combat

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marimojinguuji:

know the real enemy to anime

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