Hello and welcome to my blog, where I liveblog YYH episodes and geek out about other random things.

 

dust-crown asked
you automatically get a follow from me, with your kieko loving. Shes my favorite character!

Temporarily interrupting my hiatus because hello new friend and fellow Keiko lover! *high five* But, no, really, let’s be friends and talk about the awesomeness that is Keiko forever.

Hey, guys, sorry for the irregular updates in the last few weeks. I’m going to go ahead and say this blog will have to be on hiatus until around the second week of May—the end of the semester is just always so busy. But I’ll get a week or two between spring and summer semesters, and I promise I’ll use that time wisely to liveblog frequently. :) 

SHIT NO ONE TELLS YOU WHEN YOU START TO TUMBLE

cleolinda:

wolfwrecked:

  • Only the FIRST FIVE tags you use on a NEW POST show up in the tracked tags
  • Only the FIRST TWENTY tags on any post on your blog function (i.e click tag #21 and it will say page not found)
  • When you’re in your messages, you can click the top right corner of an ask & it will take you to a permalink page. Go to ‘edit’ (top right of page) and reply using the post edit screen (and add tags without an extension)
  • Always Reblog, Never Repost
  • Tumblr Etiquette: don’t delete the OPs caption, consider it part of the work as a whole.
  • Don’t tag your hate. If you don’t like a character or show or whatever, don’t tag your new post with their name/title/whatever in the first five tags. It shows up in the tracked tags. People that track a tag do so normally cause they love a thing. Don’t ruin a thing. No one likes a ruiner.
  • Tumblr default reblogs long text posts as links and its a pain in the ass. Who ever wants them as a link. No one, ever. When you’re reblogging a text post, go to the Aa drop down menu in the top right & select ‘reblog as text’. 
  • When you add a comment to a post, the OP sees it. Just so you know. There’s a whole etiquette on commenting vs tags but it’s your blog do what the fuck you want

I learned a lot of these things the hard way. Save yourself while you still can. 

(Source: martinski)

Because the tournament committee hates the Urameshi team, they’ve decided they will immediately fight their next match despite having injured and exhausted members. Bad for them, but good for us! Because that means Team Masho! Which has Jin and Toya, right?? I don’t remember the others, but I’m excited. :D
Thanks to those of you who followed this late night liveblog! I’ll keep you posted on the next one—should be sometime later next week. 

Because the tournament committee hates the Urameshi team, they’ve decided they will immediately fight their next match despite having injured and exhausted members. Bad for them, but good for us! Because that means Team Masho! Which has Jin and Toya, right?? I don’t remember the others, but I’m excited. :D

Thanks to those of you who followed this late night liveblog! I’ll keep you posted on the next one—should be sometime later next week. 

In which Yusuke is me.

Nope, wait, this is more accurate.

I don’t know if they’ll ever believe him, but their master’s heartfelt speech about who they really are being pure and noble choked me up a little. He just sounds so genuine and lovely.
I love this arc, but my emotions will be glad that it’s over. They need a breather.

I don’t know if they’ll ever believe him, but their master’s heartfelt speech about who they really are being pure and noble choked me up a little. He just sounds so genuine and lovely.

I love this arc, but my emotions will be glad that it’s over. They need a breather.

Genkai explains her Spirit Wave technique, and how the purity of their souls saved them—so I suppose her line earlier about how she did what she had to do was a kind of red herring. 
But I still like to think if she hadn’t had this technique up her sleeve, she would have done it anyway to save Yusuke from having to do it.

Genkai explains her Spirit Wave technique, and how the purity of their souls saved them—so I suppose her line earlier about how she did what she had to do was a kind of red herring. 

But I still like to think if she hadn’t had this technique up her sleeve, she would have done it anyway to save Yusuke from having to do it.

Their master is so excited to see them alive, but they turn away because they believe they have dishonored him. And god, guys, have you not been through enough? You have your free will taken away just because you care that much and now you have to live with the burden of the people you’ve killed.

And this will wrap up nicely for now. They’ll be reunited with their master and hopefully their lives will go back to being peaceful and loving, but you can’t tell me those nightmares won’t haunt them forever. The pain that Ichigaki brought to them was much deeper than any superficial wound, and though I think they will be able to move on from this and live normal, productive lives—they’ll never be able to forget, not really.

And that is why Ichigaki is the worst villain, seriously. It wasn’t about pain or profit or even glory for him; it was about power, about controlling who they were at the very core of their beings. He changed who they were, their experiences; he stole their identities. When you’re stripped of everything, you can still say, at least I have me (think Buffy, season 2 finale).

But Ichigaki stole that for these guys.

And wow, I apparently have had a really intense reaction to that.