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6-Intern Dana (Welcome to Night Vale) 
My love for Dana is no secret. Of all the characters in the show, Dana is the one with the best arc and established as a great heroine. 
I decided to play it safe and not use fanart OR my headcanon model for Dana (my first girlfriend), because there really is NO canon Dana. On with the show… 
It is quite clever Night Vale took a character who would have otherwise been a redshirt and made her a Messianic figure. Dana starts in the lower decks, and now becomes the Western Joan of Arc.
It is not like Dana has no personality, she certainly does.But it changes, as any good person should through their experiences. Dana starts as a passive observer, and only succeeds in killing her double. Normally, the intern’s story would end there. Not so for Dana. She marches into the Dog Park, emerges on a plane between worlds, commands an army, and learns all about her past and future and becomes a stronger young woman as a result. 
The episodes in which she has a speaking part are among the best in the series. “Dana” in particular is my personal favorite as it shows this transformation taking place and gives us more to look forward to from her. Also, “WALK” marks her triumphant return, as she tells of how she rallied the troops and realizes her goal: To defeat the evil deity. Way to go! 
Dana, she has the greatest transformation and becomes the breakout character in a podcast full of surprises. 

6-Intern Dana (Welcome to Night Vale) 

My love for Dana is no secret. Of all the characters in the show, Dana is the one with the best arc and established as a great heroine. 

I decided to play it safe and not use fanart OR my headcanon model for Dana (my first girlfriend), because there really is NO canon Dana. On with the show… 

It is quite clever Night Vale took a character who would have otherwise been a redshirt and made her a Messianic figure. Dana starts in the lower decks, and now becomes the Western Joan of Arc.

It is not like Dana has no personality, she certainly does.But it changes, as any good person should through their experiences. Dana starts as a passive observer, and only succeeds in killing her double. Normally, the intern’s story would end there. Not so for Dana. She marches into the Dog Park, emerges on a plane between worlds, commands an army, and learns all about her past and future and becomes a stronger young woman as a result. 

The episodes in which she has a speaking part are among the best in the series. “Dana” in particular is my personal favorite as it shows this transformation taking place and gives us more to look forward to from her. Also, “WALK” marks her triumphant return, as she tells of how she rallied the troops and realizes her goal: To defeat the evil deity. Way to go! 

Dana, she has the greatest transformation and becomes the breakout character in a podcast full of surprises. 

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IT’S BACK

I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS AGAIN FOR MONTHS

I AM SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW

ITS BACK 

This is one of those posts that you need to save and tag or you’ll never see it again for 84 years.

Whoever drew this is an amazing person and I love them.

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7-Tyrion Lannister (Game of Thrones) 
I will confess to having a love/hate relationship with the STORY of Game of Thrones, but one element I do not have conflicted feelings about is Tyrion. 
Don’t worry, I will do my best to keep this post spoiler-free. 
GRR Martin seems to like taking characters who were born into suffering and making them the focus. Tyrion is the eternal sufferer. From the moment he is born, he kills his mother. This would break any kid. Also, he’s short, the runt of his absurdly plutocratic family, and everyone else in the story cannot stand him. 
Yet, he powers through. He uses this hardship to harden his soul. He still powers through, and never flinches when things don’t go his way. Also, despite his short stature, he speaks like a general rallying his troops. 
Part of it is Dinklage’s performance. It could have been so easy to play his shortness like a joke or ruin the character with some stupid other quirk. But no, the writers take him seriously, and Peter is the best actor to play this role with the seriousness it deserves. He’s like the second coming of Michael Dunn. 
Right now, Tyrion has a commanding lead on the show. He has the best one-liners, the best character moments, and steals every scene he’s in. Even though he currently is in a bad spot (no spoilers, promise), he can still power through and smash his opponents with eloquence and rhetoric. 
Tyrion is the lovable sufferer who turns his suffering into victory. 

7-Tyrion Lannister (Game of Thrones) 

I will confess to having a love/hate relationship with the STORY of Game of Thrones, but one element I do not have conflicted feelings about is Tyrion. 

Don’t worry, I will do my best to keep this post spoiler-free. 

GRR Martin seems to like taking characters who were born into suffering and making them the focus. Tyrion is the eternal sufferer. From the moment he is born, he kills his mother. This would break any kid. Also, he’s short, the runt of his absurdly plutocratic family, and everyone else in the story cannot stand him. 

Yet, he powers through. He uses this hardship to harden his soul. He still powers through, and never flinches when things don’t go his way. Also, despite his short stature, he speaks like a general rallying his troops. 

Part of it is Dinklage’s performance. It could have been so easy to play his shortness like a joke or ruin the character with some stupid other quirk. But no, the writers take him seriously, and Peter is the best actor to play this role with the seriousness it deserves. He’s like the second coming of Michael Dunn. 

Right now, Tyrion has a commanding lead on the show. He has the best one-liners, the best character moments, and steals every scene he’s in. Even though he currently is in a bad spot (no spoilers, promise), he can still power through and smash his opponents with eloquence and rhetoric. 

Tyrion is the lovable sufferer who turns his suffering into victory. 

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We Need Your Help to Bring the Marauders To Life!

The Gathering Storm: A Marauders Fan FIlm is in the final days of its Kickstarter campaign, and while we’re doing well, we still have a ways to go if we want to make this film a reality. 

It’s absolutely doable, but not without your help. We need to reach our minimum by Monday, or we won’t be able to make a film. So donate what you can, and help us spread the word! We’ve got six days, and we’ll take all the support we can get. 

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I’ve been slowly growing to dislike the EDM scene more and more because of the way it discourage creative freedom aswell. And the way it is based on absolut nothing else than commercialism and nothing else up to this point.