Grasshopper mouse (Onychomys sp.) howling, in case anybody thought I was kidding about that whole thing.
(Here’s a longer video with some astonishingly bad narration if you want a mouse vs. centipede fight followed by some adorable mouse-parent bonding.)
Usually when rodents are described as carnivorous, they’re more insectivorous, with their ‘meat’ needs met by eating bugs and spiders and similar invertebrates. Grasshopper mice are way more likely to go for proper meat, and they’ve developed the hunting instincts and territoriality to go with that sort of predation-dependent diet.
a tiny tiny howling is what I am here for
It’s the tiniest wolf in the world.
Q:Um totally random but have you done a meta post about the Outsider?
Hmm… yes and no? I’ve got some sundry musings floating around. I went quickly poking through my writing tag, my actual public Dishonored thinky-thoughts and my Outsider tag and this is most of the substantial stuff I’ve come up with:
- Garrett and the Outsider (about what kind of things/people the Outsider’s interested in)
- Thoughts on how Outsider magic works
- Why Outsider magic = “black” magic
- Why the Outsider is disgusted by Sokolov’s “rituals” (I’ve written a fic that explores this a lot more)
- Essential things I keep in mind while writing the dude
I also have a post that lists a ton of my headcanons about him (with link to fic) and a fanmix I did, but, ah, that’s not meta. XD
But I am always down with writing more stuff about Dishonored, and the Outsider is one of my favorites, so if there’s any subject in particular that you want me to waffle about please let me know? :D
ANDDDD THATS THE BOTTOM LIIIINEEEEE CAUSE STONE COLD SAID SO!
Laying it down Stone Cold style.
This man is the fucking best. So much respect.
Yooooooooo, he was my favorite wrestler.
The one thing I think fanfic authors miss, is Rhodey went to MIT with Tony. His major was probably aerospace engineering, since many Air Force officer candidates major in this area. You know what another name…
Cat & lynx BFF. [video]
FELINE FACT. The housecat is licking the Lynx’s head, and in turn, the Lynx licks the cat’s shoulder. This symbolizes that the Lynx acknowledges the house cat as it’s “superior” in a Pride sense. So basically the Lynx is a nerd and looks up to the housecat as a real cool kid.
Housecat’s like yeahhhh who’s in charge, baby? Who brings you tasty squirrels? That’s right.