so i was not supposed to start playing the Hotel Transylvania game on Facebook
why am i playing the Hotel Transylvania game on Facebook
If you don’t sing ‘After Today’ from the Goofy movie the last day of your classes at least once in your life you’re lying
Hm, so what if I made it like, an au one of chance sort of thing? Just like write a one shot on what if it happened kind of deal, completely and utterly separate from Salt Water, etc.
Anonymous asked: are you gonna write a time skip for merphantom au??
Uh…maybe? What do you guys think?
Anonymous asked: do you think Phantom could fly with that older design?
Haha, no probably not he’d be too heavy. Well I mean if by flying you mean skimming above the water…I guess I hadn’t thought about that. But looking at him from another angle,
And supposing he had enough lift and the wind was the right way and he had the muscles to do it, he could get enough air time to appear to fly, even if he’s only flying a couple feet. That being said, he’d be just jumping in a straight angle I guess. so…maybe? Interesting thought.
Anonymous asked: How do you feel about mermaids gaining legs when they leave the water and/or dry out a bit? Or is that just something you'd rather not?
Out of Fathoms Below— I dont mind it. I read a story like that once in my childhood called The Tail of Emily Windsnap (I think). It was a pretty good book and it handled mer-mythology well—minus an incident with the merpeople having pockets in their tail…scales…I didn’t get that.
Concerning Fathoms Below though, I’d rather not. (Don’t get me wrong, I’d fucking LOVE to see the shit that would go down if Phantom could do that) but for some reason I’m trying to stick as real as possible in this verse.
That and simply because already it’s been stated that when Phantom’s out of water for too long he starts wheezing as his gills dry out. At the end of the first story Danny has to wrap wet towels around Phantom while he’s lying on the boat in the sun. His skin is supposed to be clammy and damp, anything else means an unhappy merman. Throwing changing into the mix when I’ve spent so long building up their anatomy and the can do’s and can’ts seems really rude to my readers. So, yeah, Phantom will most likely asphyxiate out of the water for too long. (His record seems to be almost half a night, so a good few hours.) Heck, even changing the temperature of his water will affect him pretty bad.