Prismatic Ark

This will be a reflection of my Malaysian tastes. They include:

anime * manga * videogames * art * literature * poetry * jokes *

I follow these fandoms:

persona 4 * persona 3 * Final Fantasy 7-10 * Atlus games * multiple other fandoms

“One pretty woman means fun at the dance. Two pretty women mean trouble in the house. Three pretty women mean run for the hills.”

—   Matrim Cauthon, WoT by Robert Jordan (via peopleofthedragon)

“Oh, how long were the days of a man.
When he strode upon the broken land.
He sailed as far as a man could steer.
And he never wished to lose his fear.
For the fear of man is a thing untold.
It keeps him safe, and it proves him bold!
Don’t let fear make you cease to strive,
for that fear it proves you remain alive!
I will walk this broken road,
and I will carry a heavy load!
So come at me with your awful lies,
I’m a man of truth and I’ll meet your eyes!”

—   Sweet Whispers of Tomorrow, Thom Merrilin, Towers of Midnight: The One Left Behind (via peopleofthedragon)

“Any fool knows men and women think differently at times, but the biggest difference is this. Men forget, but never forgive; women forgive, but never forget.”

—   Tom Merrilin, Wheel of Time (via peopleofthedragon)

Here is your flaw, Shaitan, Lord of the Dark, Lord of Envy, Lord of Nothing, here is why you fail. It was not about me. It’s never been about me.

It was about a woman, torn and beaten down, cast from her throne and made a puppet. A woman who had crawled when she had to. That woman still fought.

It was about a man that love repeatedly forsook. A man who found relevance in a world that others would have let pass them by. A man who remembered stories and who took fool boys under his wing when the smarter move would have been to keep on walking. That man still fought.

It was about a woman with a secret, a hope for the future. A woman who had hunted the truth before others could. A woman who had given her life, then had it returned. That woman still fought.

It was about a man whose family was taken from him, but who stood tall in his sorrow and protected those he could.
It was about a woman who refused to believe that she could not help, could not heal those who had been harmed.

It was about a hero who insisted with every breath that he was anything but a hero.

It was about a woman who would not bend her back while she was beaten, and who shone with a light for all who watched, including Rand.

It was about them all.

—   Robert Jordan, A Memory of Light, The Wheel of Time  (via a-memory-of-light)

(via peopleofthedragon)

“My mother always told me the best way to learn to deal with a man was to learn to ride a mule. She said they have about equal brains most of the time. Sometimes the mule is smarter.”

—   Egwene al’Vere, Wheel of Time (via peopleofthedragon)

“A man who will not die to save a woman is no man.”

—   Shienaran saying, Wheel of Time (via peopleofthedragon)

“Better ten days of love than years of regretting.”

—   Min Farshaw, Wheel of Time (via peopleofthedragon)

“When you saw me with a dagger in hand - as if to throw at you - you didn’t call for your guards. You didn’t fear I was here to kill you. You looked over your shoulder to see what I was aiming at. That’s the most loving gesture I think a man could receive from a woman. Unless you’d like to sit on my knee for a while…”

—   Mat Cauthon, A Memory of Light (via peopleofthedragon)

“An Aes Sedai never lies, but the truth she speaks, may not be the truth you think you hear.”

—   Tam al’Thor (via peopleofthedragon)