Shirouko Kotomine
Fate is fickle and Irony is the driving force of the world.

John Henry Fuseli, Satan Starts from the Touch of Ithuriel’s Spear, 1776
From the Cleveland Museum of Art:

Fuseli’s lifelong interest in the work of the British poet John Milton (1608-1674) inspired many drawings that interpreted passages from Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost (1667). This early example illustrates the moment when the angels Ithuriel and Zephon discover Satan disguised as a toad in the bower where Adam and Eve lie sleeping. Ithuriel forces Satan to reveal himself by prodding him with a spear. The lion in the background alludes to an earlier passage in the poem, when Satan takes on the shape of the beast in order to spy on the couple.
tags → #paradise lost 

I’m well aware I’m a đⱥnǥɇɍ to myself
                      Are you aware I’m a đⱥnǥɇɍ to others?

(Source: youcantroofyme)

"Little thing."

I don’t understand this training…H-How come it has to be done in the dark. This is scary…


Sorry, my dad says never to speak to strangers. Good bye! 

Little thing!

N-No, I am not the choir girl! I am the adopted daughter of the priest here…He’s kind of a creep. Can I say that about my father? 

Send “Little thing” and my character will tell you something as a child.

(Source: manliestelf)


You could be Lenin! You are a true radical. The status-quo has never been acceptable to you. Your peers are captivated by your passion and dedication. Vladimir Lenin was born in 1870 to wealthy middle-class family. He became involved in revolutionary politics at University. After several arrests and being exiled to Siberia, he spent many years in Europe as a leading Marxist. He returned to Russia in 1917 and led the Soviet Union until his death in 1922. His legacy has captivated hundreds of millions ever since. You are truly a force to be reckoned with!


"I can…sort of? See the resemblance."

"Well, let’s see here. I have this rare picture of Lenin from when he was a young man."

"Hmmm, I do see a resemblance,but you’ll need the facial hair to pull it off properly once you’re a bit older." 

(Source: kotomineshirouko)

Which World Leader Could You be for a Day 

You could be like Alexander the Great! You’re energetic, adventurous and have a true sense of destiny. Your parents always knew you’d be a great success and despite your temper and rash decisions, you’re a lover of the finer things in life. Alexander spent most of his life on an unprecedented military campaign through Asia and northeast Africa. He created one of the largest empires in history, stretching from Greece to modern-day Pakistan. He was undefeated in battle and is considered one of history’s most successful commanders.

"…Well, I guess there could have been worse figureheads I could have been…"

"Let us ride off into battle, little orange haired child!" 

"However, I somehow doubt that I’d be very compatible with him."



"Why should I waste my time digging a hole, when caves are conventionally available?" 

tags → #earth day 
"—…no. No. I didn’t eat anything. You’re deluded. I don’t even like cake…ᵐᵒˢᵗ ᵒᶠ ᵗʰᵉ ᵗᶦᵐᵉ…"

"Your nearly silent murmur, seems to suggest otherwise dearest soldier from another realm. Kekekekekekeke. You wouldn’t dare lie to a priestess, now would you?” 

tags → #ascended-hunter