Four fried chickens and a Coke.
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fictograph:

Genya, David, Tolya, and Tamar from Leigh Bardugo's Grisha Trilogy.

Haven’t used a mechanical pencil in awhile!  This story has such great secondary characters.

Nilah, Cassie, and I are going to the Fierce Reads Block Party tonight.  Catch me for a free Shadow and Bone doodle  (I have purple hair.)

((If you miss it, I’ll also be at SDCC on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.))

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Fairytales reimagined

↳ The Little Mermaid set in Japan
Nothing gave the youngest princess such pleasure as to hear about the world of human beings up above them. Her old grandmother had to tell her all she knew about ships and cities, and of people and animals. What seemed nicest of all to her was that up on land the flowers were fragrant, for those at the bottom of the sea had no scent.
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aphoenixsfeather:

Does anyone remember if Dedicate Gorse was a mage or not? I can’t recall in any of the books if he was. I’m rereading Cold Fire where we learn about cook mages and I was curious.

So does anyone know?

as I recall, there was some speculation (maybe in Tris’s Book?) by Briar about which temple Gorse was dedicated to, since the craft of cooking involves all elements. Also it was mentioned that the color of his robe wasn’t visible through burns, smutches, etc.