If anyone’s curious about it… no, I did not give up on that Dragon Age+Myers-Briggs project of mine.
(That particular tag I made for it doesn’t want to work, I’ll have to make another… in the mean time, all the cruddy non-writing things I make are in my Goodies tag.)
It’s just that I’ve been doing them one at a time, and… I hit one, I wasn’t entirely happy with the ones I picked, so I just… stopped.
That’s apparently a problem of mine. If I hit a roadblock in something, I just… stop. Like if I stare at it long enough, somehow it’ll go away.
…I then proceed to try other things… again, just hoping that first obstacle will go away or somehow resolve itself… then those other projects I get stuck on, they pile up, until I just… do nothing at all.
But I’m more than half done, I just… need some time.
It doesn’t even matter that it’s not that popular, or that there’s already one that IS way popular (don’t agree with that one myself, but it’s subjective), it’s something I set out to make and I’m going to do it.
there is so little smut of male quarians its ridiculous
if you’re reading this i hope something good happens to you today
Assuming I don’t chicken out with Operation: Raven-Haired Redemption (which, honestly… is very likely… don’t think too harshly of me, I’m just… considering it…), I suppose my ideal post-game scenario for Hervor is… her staying with the Wardens, working relentlessly to restore the order… and going on adventures with Sigrun and Nathaniel.
Righting wrongs, taking down baddies… probably searching for Velanna when possible. Maybe Anders sometimes, too. The two rogues might begin to get the sense neither of the mages want to be found, but Hervor’s hard pressed to give up on them.
Oghren, too, sometimes. But…well, someone has to hold down the fort. And Warden or no, he is still a husband and father, I’d think Hervor would all but command him to remain a part of their lives. Especially in peacetime…
Plus, not that anyone would say anything… he’d probably be able to sense when he was a fourth wheel.
What I like about this potential dynamic is Hervor is the tank… Sigrun is clearly a more durable rogue. So it’s the human male that’s the scrappy glass canon guy, and the two cute ladies who keep him safe.
Hervor: Don’t you worry your pretty little head about a thing, Nathaniel. You’re safe with us.
Sigrun: Yeah, don’t worry! We’ll protect you!
And cue the ongoing giggling… Yeah, I… may have an OT3 here.
ikkol replied to your post “Ok, time to open these up again. Pick a character or pairing and I’ll…”mhh I don’t know if I count again(you dont have to obv) but Ned/Catlyn? I bet they’d look great in your style. C:
Of course you count! <3 Mmm, just keep in mind I’m drawing them more how I imagine them in the books.