In your eyes alone I found grace



Ste + character tropes

The converse of an Anti-Villain, the Anti-Hero is a character in a book, play, movie, etc., who does not have the usual good qualities that are expected in a hero. Antiheroes often crop up in deconstructions of traditionally heroic genres. As the struggling, imperfect protagonist begins to gain more respect and sympathy than the impressive-but-impossible-to-relate-to invincible superhero,"anti" heroes have come to be admired as a perfectly valid type of hero in their own right.

Season 4: Lydia, Kira, and Malia
  #teen wolf  

I just thought that Charles holding onto Erik for dear life would be relevant.

Me during the day: I'm so fucking tired oh my God I can't wait to go to bed tonight
Me during the night: Let's download the top 100 songs from the 90s and listen to them all while writing a novel and watching an entire season of something and maybe rearrange my room
  #about me  

Select your character

  #dragon age    #da3  



There will always be those who mean to do us harm. To stop them, we risk awakening the same evil within ourselves. Our first instinct is to seek revenge when those we love are taken from us. But that’s not who we are… When Christopher Pike first gave me his ship, he had me recite the Captain’s Oath. Words I didn’t appreciate at the time. But now I see them as a call for us to remember who we once were and who we must be again.

  #star trek  

My goal was always to make you feel a little better about yourself and the world when you finished watching an episode of psych […] i hope it’s one of those things that makes people happy and continues to make them happy.’ -Steve Franks


On Thursdays, we’re teddy bear doctors. (▰˘◡˘▰)


You’re just a 17-year-old little girl and this is all too much for you to handle.

  #teen wolf  


“We follow the comet,” Dany told her khalasar. Once it was said, no word was raised against it. They had been Drogo’s people, but they were hers now. The Unburnt, they called her, and Mother of Dragons. Her word was their law.


Arthur Pendragon: The Good and The Bad, asked by kingslionheartt



This scene is SO important. Maleficent is with someone she trusts, someone she considers a friend. And then the next thing she knows, she wakes up in pain, bleeding, with her wings burned off. A huge part of her has been destroyed.

Rape is so prominent in our culture that it is in a Disney movie. Maybe not explicitly, but it is very clear what this scene represents and it is so sad.


I don’t believe in magic, a lot of superstitious hocus pocus. I’m going after a find of incredible historical significance, you’re talking about the boogie man.

  #indiana jones  

I can tell you how to bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death.

  #harry potter