1. your-mothers-4chan-account:

    kentethalion:

    So I found one of the saddest Zelda images ever today

    this is not okay

    (via burninether)

     
  2. (Source: justduet, via huffywolfy)

     
  3. therealabiril:

    dion-thesocialist:

    nicbravo-reblogs:

    deep sigh of contentment

    no way

    this is some portal 2 shit

    (via huffywolfy)

    Tagged #so cool~
     
  4. acornfestival:

    look up at the sky once in a while

    (via huffywolfy)

    Tagged #lovely~ #stars
     
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  6. girahimu-sama:

    some shit inspired by his new dlc

    (via huffywolfy)

     
  7. oras-count:

    Artist: ICanReachTheStars

    Website: DeviantArt | Other

    (via raulgonzalezblanco7)

     
  8. muffinpines:

    I drew more SHODAN and GLaDOS

    changes their designs every time whoops

    they are in love…

    (via huffywolfy)

     

  9. Okay, sad(ish) headcanon time:

    Ganondorf receives word that his stronghold in Gerudo Desert has fallen - and his greatest lieutenants along with it.

    On the eve of the final battle, he goes in secret to the Sacred Grounds. There he finds the bodies of Zant and Ghirahim. The light has long since left their eyes, but the smell of their blood and their magic is still fresh upon the air.

    Wordlessly, he gently takes their broken forms, cleans them and performs the final rites. He places them on a great pyre with all their weapons and worldly possessions. He cuts two locks of his hair, one for each. Then, in the old way of his people, he sets the pyre ablaze and casts their essence to the four winds.

    As he is about to leave, his guarded heart heavy but his last respects paid to his warriors, he sees something in the ashes. He brushes away the dust, and beneath he finds two great swords.

    One is the same deep obsidian of a moonless night with a red jewel set in the hilt, elegant in build but no less powerful for it.

    The other is chaotic in form, cast from pieces of black and white metal and veined throughout with swirling runes of scarlet and aqua.

    For the first time since he arrived, a smile crosses Ganondorf’s lips. He reaches down and takes each sword in hand. The blades thrum at his touch, and he can feel a familiar, exultant rush of power from each. He swings them through the air, testing the mettle of these new weapons. As they whistle through the air, he swears that he can almost here the laughter of a demon and a Twili in the sound. He laughs quietly in reply.

    At last he leaves to prepare for war, but this time he is not alone. His lieutenants are with him still, ever steadfast, ever loyal, ever serving and defending him.

    Even as his soul falls into the final darkness, they go with him, never to be parted from their master again.

     

  10. "The Three Faces of Eve" Trope and Team Villain

    redawilo:

    For those of you who know what this trope is, go ahead and skip down to the part in bold. For everyone else, allow me to do a quick break-down for you.

    The Three Faces of Eve are a trio of female characters, usually in fiction, who have three distinct personalities that are as follows:

    • The Child- who is cute, playful and innocent
    • The Wife- who is steady, calm, and capable
    • The Seductress- who is, well, sexual/sexy

    There is a “male equivalent” called The Three Faces of Adam, who are the Hunter, the Lord, and the Prophet…but this isn’t as important.

    The Faces of Eve is a female trope. And yet…

    Zant, Ganondorf, and Ghirahim (as portrayed in the fandom) fit nearly perfectly into this trope!

    Zant is the Child, Ganondorf is the Wife, and Ghirahim is the Seductress.

    NOW GO HAVE FUN WITH THIS KNOWLEDGE!

    (via latte-dah)