All the lantern corps oaths
With blood and rage of crimson red,
Ripped from a corpse so freshly dead,
Together with our hellish hate,
We'll burn you all...That is your fate!
This power is mine, this is my light.
Be it in bright of day, or black of night.
I lay claim to all that falls within my sight,
To take what I want, That is my right
In blackest day, in brightest night,
Beware your fears made into light
Let those who try to stop whats right,
Burn like his powers...Sinestro's might!
(I'll add green at the last)
In fearful day, in raging night,
With strong hearts full, our souls ignite.
When all seems lost in the War of Light,
Look to the stars, for hope burns bright
Tor lorek san, bor nakka mur,
Natromo faan tornek wot ur.
Ter Lantern ker lo Abin Sur,
Taan lek lek nok--Formorrow Sur
(I have no idea)
In the loudest day, softest night
Cruelty's fires burn alight
Make the flame of compassion ignite
Indigo tribe's kind light
(My sucky translat
Brony Advice: Your Questions Answered #88, 89, 90!
#88) I'm in love with Fluttershy. Kids at school have figured this out, and I can't hear the end of it... They do nothing but hate on me because I have sexual feelings for Fluttershy. Why are they doing this? Why can't they leave me alone? They even went so far as to follow me home and ah, watched me through my window having ah intercourse with a special Fluttershy plushie of mine... They went and told the whole school. I didn't even know they had followed me! After this, everything got worse.
I attempted (but luckily failed) suicide because of all these horrible things...
Answer: I'm not sure what sort of advice you're expecting here, so I guess I'll just have to throw a few responses at you from different angles and see what sticks. A part of me hopes - and knows - that this question is a joke, but an even larger part of me hopes that it isn't; it would be highly interesting and entertaining if you really did have these feelings for the character of Fl
Brony Advice: Your Questions Answered #91, 92, 93!
#91) Me and my boyfriend have been bronies from the beginning and we've been thinking about having a kid. We heard somewhere that they can inject animal DNA into the womb in the first few weeks to give the child animal-like features. We think this would be the coolest thing ever but we fear others will frown on it and our beautiful pony child will be looked down upon. What advice do you have for me?
Answer: I think your sources are quite credible. You can, indeed, inject animal DNA into the womb to create animal-human hybrids. That's why you quite often see dog-boys, cat-girls and giraffe-children walking around town centres. It's becoming more acceptable nowadays, but you might want to give it a few more years before you try it out, just to avoid the beast-baby facing ridicule at school. They may have an elephant-teacher, which would help the child feel more 'normal', but if all the class-mates are human, or another form of animal hybrid, it could be difficult for them
THE ART WARRIORS
THE ART WARRIORS
- About the beginning of a new revolution -
* An escalation by Beau Cyphre *
Keep your art free! Don't diss yourself with watermarks, don't shrink your vision - and don't fear the illusion of art theft.
Just wrote it down in my Twitter as another stroke, and this sword's sharp enough to make you think. All art is about sharing, and what I get is what I give: Everything's in the flow, and it's time to give up the illusion of personal importance. I'm not saying you're dispensable. I think you're better as a living and responding part of all the energy floating inside and outside of ourselves. We're all dead now, and to live we need to transcend the barriers we put up all the time. There's freedom outside the borders, and the sight to a far away horizon leads just to another and another illusional horizon.
Real life is endless, and we're all made to travel really far. We've come a long way, and sometimes we feel so bad that we want to give up, but the
DC Cinematic Universe Pitch
Superman: The Man of Tomorrow - The traditional super hero movie. Clark Kent arrives in Metropolis, hoping to do good as both a reporter and a hero. Unconfirmed reports already exist of some kind of larger-than-life hero operating in Smallville before Superman makes his big debut. Aiming to inspire hope in an age of hopelessness, Clark's costume is inspired by an American flag waving in the wind on the Kent Farm. The antagonist is Lex Luthor, who sees Superman as a threat to humanity, as well as someone who was born with absolute power while Lex had to work hard all his life for his. Lex also uses the "absolute certainty" line from Batman V Superman because it makes way more sense for Lex to say it than Bruce. Lex's plot involves Kryptonite, which can be dangerous for humans as it is radioactive. The plot puts the lives of the citizens of Metropolis at risk, prompting Superman into action. Once Lex's plot
Why Luffy x RobinWhy Luffy and Robin are a good couple!
While I have been fortunate enough to find other fans of LuffyxRobin, there are some One Piece fans who would say they're the least likely couple. Now, while One Piece will never be a romantic story, if it was, I have to say, Luffy and Robin together isn't as imaginary as some people might think it is.
First of all, the most common argument against it, age difference, is very silly; if people are so afraid of a 17 year old and 28 year old possibly falling in love, I hope they never read the awesome manga series Rurouni Kenshin which stars a couple this age (Kamiya Kaoru-17 and Himura Kenshin-28). There are real people who fall in love who have a gap between their ages- it happens! I know somebody might suddenly worry now that I'm suggesting grandma's regularly get remarried to their grandkid's friends- no NO! I've only heard of very large gaps between lovers' ages in rare cases and we're NOT talking about an example of that here- we're only talkin