My work schedule should not be finalized for another few weeks, and there’s probably a move that’s going to happen. In the meantime I don’t want to leave you with cobwebs so I will reblog a few things that made me laugh. Stay patient; Black and White the Webcomic will be starting soon.
The Black Dragonfish(Idiacanthus atlanticus) of the Stomiidae family.
I love how this is like a creature from hell but it has like little pink cheeks
deep sea anime blush stickers
fun fact those pink cheeks glow to attract unsuspecting prey
fashionable and functional with a dash of abject terror
Perhaps senpai will notice me SO I CAN CONSUME HIS FLESH
And since hieroglyphs can be written both left to right or right to left, definitely handy.
(haha, that absolutely doesn’t say “The More You Know”; the best I could manage was “YOU KNOW MANY THINGS”, and I’m sure my grammar is atrocious X’D)
YOU KNOW MANY THINGS
Each text boxes represents stories. The outline around around the text represent parallel dimensions (which often interact/invade one another). Arrows represent stories evolving into OTHER stories, usually around major direction or style changes, though those original universes still continue by themselves unaffected.
All of these stories are still going on in my head.
Stories can and sometimes cannonitically interact with parallel dimension, the past, the future, or other stories, but more often it’s a power rangers way where one or both parties end up with amnesia. Parallel dimensions play major roles in some stories, and less significant roles in others.
The more ‘lines’ you cross, the harder it is to do. It’s ‘easier’ the less lines you cross. Crossing over 2 lines (Realm to Table Isle) is quotation marks level stuff: “experiment gone wrong”, “ancient magics”, etc.
4 line crossings (say, Time Traveling StoryLine to Realm), and that’s Italics level power: Disrupting the Ever King, or, Forgotten Starpires of the Fire Void.
Traveling OVER bold lines is usually considered non-cannon, as the rules for power, combat, or destiny are too dissimilar to fit together. It would be like Dragonball Z crossing over with Fullmetal Alchemist. It just wouldn’t work!
The Lesser Storyline Multiverse is interesting because one has time travel and the other does not. Time Travel has so buggered up one of those multiverses that it’s certain it can never go back the way it was. This Mizzary is from the Time Traveling one, while This Mizzary is from the Non-Time Traveling One. Both are considered canon.
Lastly, stories can be long. I mean, more than one generation long! Realm is the biggest culprit in terms of named characters, but Table Isle has the most fleshed out history, with civil wars, bloodlines and multiple magic systems.