The intention of this set is to show how Mulan felt when she was taken out the army, and to show why she thought these things about herself. In her eyes, she was constantly messing up, even if she managed to come back and fix them. (I.E. Having a spare cup, putting out the fire, climbing the pole to reach the arrow, holding the umbrella wrong, not being a perfect bride and even after beating the Huns.)
She still felt like she wasn’t someone worthwhile, she saw nothing in herself. Mulan had some flaws, but managed to overcome them while still being true to herself, and I made this set to show how even people who do good and help others, mess up sometimes, do things unintentionally, get blamed for things that weren’t their fault, and still come out to be a strong person. Even if for a bit, they don’t think so. You are Mulan, and you are a warrior.
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so my family went to the tulip fields and my little sister didn’t have a good time at all
WHY IS THAT ONE FUCKING TULIP A DIFFERENT COLOR I WOULD BE UPSET TOO
it is the chosen one
it must be the main character in the anime
It got funnier when I realized just how many tulips are in this picture.
My piece for Glitch Pokezine. It’s Pokemon 7PKMN 'v.
From Bulbapedia: “… a dual-type Water/Poison Glitch Pokémon in Red and Blue. It can only be obtained via the Johto guard glitch with Bellossom. If it were traded to Yellow, it would become 4, ゥァ (DD).
Its sprite is that of a Tentacruel, and it shares the same types. Its index number is 221 and its Pokédex number is 073. Upon leveling up, it learns several Super Glitch attacks.”
I used the glitch’s origins as inspiration for this piece: I can only imagine what a painful and scary experience would be to travel back in time and transform into a whole different species. Opted to use the original sprites colors to convey the fact that the glitch occurs in Pokemon Red and Blue.
Pokémon Gen 2 Opening Titles
Welcome to the SSB family Greninja! by @pwjelly
Not gonna lie, I feel like this commercial was promoting becoming a member of Team Rocket more than becoming a trainer.