i wanna make a sarah playlist recommend me songs to put on it :0
I Am Not A Robot by Marina and The Diamonds; U-Turn (Lili) by Aaron; Stop Crying Your Heart Out by Oasis; How To Disappear Completely by Radiohead; Chances by Athlete; Never Look Back by Hannah Fury; We Don’t Eat by James Vincent McMarrow; Winter by Tori Amos; Amsterdam by Coldplay. :)
Sarah - Amid The Ruins ; The Walking Dead Game
In ep 4 Rebecca was the only one who knew how to treat Sarah and then they both died I’m so angry
i don’t want jane to die but i think killing her off instead of sarah would be really ironic and show that it doesn’t matter how “skilled” you are, that anyone can survive and anyone can die, and people like sarah can survive
The Vale of Tears Ω Hatter’s Domain
anonymous asked for ty lee in palette #13
[x] so when this was requested they said that it would be nice to see a darker side of ty lee’s life with these colours, so i thought about when she ran away to join the circus - so here she is, about to take her first steps away from home, the glow of the windows behind her, with her hair up and her boots on ready to find the circus c:
It was also fun playing with the lighting and doing my first background painting!!
mass effect 3 light + dark
I’ve come to really appreciate this moment and appreciate Clementine’s character for this. Sarah is losing control and Clementine sits down with her and offers comfort in the most simple but meaningful way. This is showing who she truly is as a person without our choice or say in the matter.
Tatiana Maslany behind the scenes of Orphan Black Season 2
I was waiting for a fairly long time (in great anticipation because I truly love the game) for the release of Episode 4: Amid The Ruins of The Walking Dead Game Season 2. However as I finally got to play it I was not only disappointed. I was appalled at where the game was going and how certain characters were treated. In this review that is more of an angry rant than anything else I will talk about massive spoilers, so if you haven’t played the episode yet I advise you to stop reading. As a trigger warning: I also talk about topics such as ableism, sexism, and death as they are depicted in The Walking Dead.
I hate what they did with Sarah. It doesn’t even make sense. I have an anxiety disorder to, but you can bet I’d be scrambling out from that rubble once it was lifted off me. It didn’t seem realistic for Sarah not to. And why could NO ONE else try and help? I also hate all these people who celebrate her death or try and justify killing her as being neccessary for the group. She was mourning her dad, who had died suddenly and brutally right before her eyes less than a day ago. Cut her a break! I still want Telltale to do this season over.>_<
The people who wished for her death are actually the main reason I hoped for Telltale Games to keep her in the game. I wished for her to slowly adapt to the circumstances as best as she can without being cured. It would have been so satisfying to have someone in this game who is clearly disabled and who has to face these prejudices from both the cabin group and the people who play the game and still survive, no matter how hard things get and how many meltdowns and panic attacks she might suffer. She had such a widespread scope of potential and her death was so pointless. I was very frustrated that the game fooled me into thinking I had an actual choice to keep her alive. I mean what was the point of Clem teaching her how to use a gun, how to defend herself, and to convince her to choose life several times if the writers just chose to kill her off in the most gruesome and pointless way? I know that in the real world death is never linked to a finished story and it usually cuts off right in its middle and doesn’t make any sense and the way she died would be plausible in our world but that’s not what games are for in my opinion. Games are created to tell stories and hers was not finished.
requested bysamwisethebrave182There, peeping among the cloud-wrack above a dark tower high up in the mountains, Sam saw a white star twinkle for a while. The beauty of it smote his heart, as he looked up out of the forsaken land, and hope returned to him. For like a shaft, clear and cold, the thought pierced him that in the end the Shadow was only a small and passing thing: there was light and high beauty for ever beyond its reach.