how blood elves move when they’re not around other races
on my way to steal your guy
Don’t be the monster they fear you are.
I really love this scene because really Hans could’ve gone the extra mile in convicting Elsa; he could’ve let his men die. He didn’t have to say something like that, he could have let them die and let Elsa REALLY become a murderer before allowing her to face what she’s done. But he didn’t. He wanted his men alive.
I think it’s why he’s such an interesting villain, like, yeah maybe it was that he couldn’t risk her going insane or something, but even as a villain Hans seems to take care of the villagers and his own men working for him (or against his orders even) very well. He’s still really evil but it adds such depth to his character that he actually does show signs of being ABLE to be something good that makes the situation so sad.
Also frigging Elsa here realizing that she’s almost hurt someone all over again yeah that’s fun.
Really, all it proves is Hans is incredibly smart and intuitive, which fits with every other scene we see of his character. Do you remember the “100 Things To Do When I Become An Evil Overlord” list? Hans must have skimmed through that. It is much, much better to keep your soldiers/subjects alive and let them think you care than to let them die left and right. Ruling with fear will only breed revolt and get you a bunch of enemy surrounding kingdoms that’ll eventually dethrone you or your heirs. If you trick the people into loving you, you can do whatever the fuck you want and they’ll cheer. PLUS, Hans isn’t king yet. His engagement means nothing if Anna is missing and the Queen is out of control. What he knows is these people love their royal family fiercely and Elsa gets more dangerous the more stressed she gets. If he stood there watching the men die without attempting something: he’d be seen as slow, weak and uncaring. If he ordered harm on Elsa (after just giving the opposite order outside) or accused her of being a monster: “Dude get the fuck away from our queen you violent douche.” and/or Elsa kills the shit out of him too.
Because he’s clever, he saw his best option was to simultaneously calm Elsa down and show the soldiers how just and brave he is in conflict. The Duke’s man had to go and raise his damn bow, which Hans used to shoot the chandelier under the guise of saving Elsa’s life. Genius piece of shit. Of course he never cares about any of these people. But he gains their trust so much in their time of need (which is always the best time to rally people to you) that with Anna “dead” and Elsa “murderous”, he is the one they accept.
It wouldn’t be permanent. Even if his plans succeeded, anyone with a blood or law connection to the throne would show up to take over legally. The ambassadors were fine with his quick marriage to Anna without a witness in sight but no one else would be. But i’m sure Hans would have rolled with whatever came; pretending to be cooperative but subtly spreading doubt among the people for any new ruler-to-be. He’d use his charm and the people’s/soldiers’ trauma-bond with him to throw a coup, placing him on the throne. So it’s a very good thing the women were stronger than he gave them credit for, and he was so sure of his victory he became sloppy. He’s not your common fictional villain because his motives and personality are very VERY real and if any fan continues to fall for his manipulation, i’d rather this be their learning experience with men like that rather than in flesh-and-blood.
wanna know what a cow looks like washed and blow dried?
that is what a cow looks like washed and blow dried
and my U.S. History teacher was trying to get us to understand why it was such a big deal that England had put a tax on colonial sugar, and he goes,
"What if you had to pay a tax every time you logged onto wifi?"
And the whole class just went
and I heard at least two people whisper “I would murder someone”
art students before a final is due
Miss Pauling and Medic as waterbenders (teacher/student), part of my TF2 Secret Santa gift for madjesters1!
My thoughts are that Miss Pauling would already be really talented at offensive waterbending like those ice spikes so he’d mainly be trying to teach her defensive bending and water healing. She’d pick up the defensive stuff easily but the healing she’s not very good at; something to do with the fact that she is extremely practical and guided by logic and won’t open herself up emotionally, because I feel like water healing would require being in touch with that part of yourself. She tries very hard but continues to do it wrong and becomes frustrated. This would of course result in a final climactic scene where he’s injured and dying and it finally clicks with her when it really counts and she saves him (and I may or may not have sketched that out already…..)
IMAGINE A CAT SIZED BUMBLE BEE
imagine a bumble bee sized cat
imagine a bee sized bumble cat
what the fuck happened here