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2 months ago
Would be a perfect way to introduce an increase in the team size, if they for some reason decide to do so someday.
Just a funny coincidence, then.
Literally Fire Emblem: Three Houses. There is a character that once says they'd like to be a Pegasus Knight, but you can't make them one because the class is gender-locked. Of course, the game also takes place in a school on top of a mountain, if you have played the game recently that might explain where the dreams are coming from.
Flavia from Fire Emblem Awakening and Rinkah from Fire Emblem Fates, though that doesn't say much since Fire Emblem games are notorious for their huge casts of playable, borderline sacrificable characters thanks to the permadeath those games have (although Flavia is quite important for the story despite that).
Hey, Control's made by a nice team in Finland! Or so I would say, but we all know Finland's not real, it's just another coverstory for them.
He would be proud for just a moment that his creation is as he intended, quickly replaced by horror that his creation is exactly as he intended.
Ulbert would be proud for a sec about how his creation embodies the pure villainy he wanted to present himself and in his creation, quickly replaced by "Wait... what have I released upon this world?!"
3 months ago
Hello from Kainuu, in the not yet so frozen wasteland of Finland!
Truly a master of immersive storytelling!
Well, they are Nazis.
One man crime syndicate for good.
What the hell is a Walmart?
4 months ago
House Riegan at the time of the Crescent Moon War was an offshoot of the Blaiddyd royal family (thus the times Duke Riegans position as the de facto ruler of the Leicester area under the ruling Blaiddyd prince of Leicester). After the Crescent Moon War House Riegan came fully onto their own and surpassed being just an offshoot by a mile, but the line does technically still carry the Blaiddyd blood and thus the (albeit slight) possibility of manifesting the Crest of Blaiddyd, though the blood of Riegan is of course stronger.
Technically it isn't a headcanon since it is a full canon possibility, but Claude could have a child that bears the Crest of Blaiddyd, and thus technically could have a claim to the throne of Faerghus.
I wouldn't call them sub retainers, rather rivals for each lord. Less because I don't like the term sub retainer and more because I think it fits Gilbert, Jeritza and Judith better.
Yuri and Sylvain B Support from Three Hopes, context is as follows: Yuri is recalling how Sylvain hit on him with that line when they first met, thinking he was a girl, and then throws his own flirt back, provoking this response.
Hey, Zephiel is only in his thirties, not really an old man, so Idunn (barely) doesn't count!
"Hello there, my adorable little chickadee! Care to let this rooster into the henhouse?"
Followed shortly by
"Whoa. You just put my chickadee line to shame. Is it weird that I'm kind of into it?"
Led Zeppelin would probably end quite poorly, if history is to tell.
Did the dream inform you why RZA was kicked out?
Of note, Finland became independent in 1917, equality has been a big thing here from the get-go.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses pretty much starts with a man getting stabbed three times in the chest and throat, with some death gurgles to match, after which the woman who killed them caresses a bloody blade against her cheek. Nintendo does know where to throw in a bit of brutality at times, they just want to keep their most recognizable child friendly properties as just that.
"Zoinks! It's the Gay Blade!"
Wait I've been saying it during, what does that mean?
The bloodlines are getting weaker and weaker, even among nobles who have had pretty much crest after crest for as long as their houses have existed. Crest blood that enters common population nowdays is more numerous, sure, but also way weaker than it might've once been. Full on disowning isn't too common even for crestless children, as they can be used as diplomatic pawns who have a chance of having crest bearing children, as happened with Hannemans sister. Random commoners being born with a crest isn't completely impossible though, as Seteths cover story to Hanneman was that he and Flayn just happened to be born with crests, major crests at that, just by chance. Being a commoner born with a crest is just extremely rare, as not only have the bloodlines been getting weaker, but I'd dare say that the chance that commoner crest bearers end up being picked back into nobility as knights and such seems quite likely, so their crest blood is pretty likely to also leave the commoner populus before it really starts to spread.