• alexander ludwig vikings Historyvikings vikingsedit bjorn ironside vkbjornironside bjorn was so extra I know he was in the freezing wilderness but he still needed to chill but for me this actually made the story better I liked that they injected comedy into it otherwise it would have been kind of typical beautifully shot but typical jorindelle •

Bjorn’s very serious and introspective journey of self-discovery

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1k myshit 500 100 Bjorn vikings GYDA ragnar lothbrok Historyvikings vikingsedit vikings meme okay but seriously the best part of ragnar for me was always the love he shows his kids and his wives he loves them but his issue is he doesn't respect people as they should be respected but that's another issue for another day seriously look how adorable these kids are I wanted to do a set of ragnar bjorn or gyda but wanted to get aslaug's kids in too also THE FUCKING LIGHTING IN THIS SHOW all these dark indoor  scenes make gifing impossible The only gifs of this set I like are the gyda because somehow the colouring and quality was alright I need higher Q season 2...
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1k mine alexander ludwig vikings rollo Clive Standen Historyvikings mine:vikings vikingsedit bjorn ragnarsson vikings:gifs !update: changed the title a bit because it was throwing some confusion it's clearly not a real battle but just training
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* Damon x Elena major delena feelings everytime i listen to this song okay idgaf if it's hanson the lyrics are so freaking hidfkcndjfjdso and idk that part reminds me of that scene it gets even more painful when you think he was so close to giving up on his own life he literally thought he had no more reason to fight and then he thought of her he remembered the first time they ever met and how that night changed him forever and it gets so much worse if you compare it to 2x22 because here you can see that he still wasn't ready to die there was nothing he could do to save himself back then but this time he can do something; he can fight back and then that memory... that only exists in his head reminded him of how much he'd miss if he simply accepted death he just wants to be with her no matter how much it hurts him to know his love will never be enough for her (at least in his mind) so he gets up and fights maybe not for him but for her because he made her a promise to never leave her again because loving her is the only thing that makes him feel alive and that would never change he would protect her just like he said to katherine analyzing it from another perspective his death would make no sense after all his arc throughout the show so many moments wrapped up in a single scene all his previous choices led him to decide he would not die that night because if he had chosen differently he wouldn't have met her and his life would have been pure darkness and misery nothing to turn around and look back to we know he'd do things us damon fans are not proud of but leaving elena unprotected is not and will never be an option she is his priority even though he isn't hers (for now) fucking feels jfc this can't be healthy i'm just gonna go
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sherlock andrew scott jim moriarty moriarty james moriarty and this is precisely why i don't understand people who were 'surprised' by moriarty's suicide or thought it was OOC the final problem was STAYING ALIVE. and it was a problem not because he wanted to live but because he wanted to die. 'IT'S SO BORING ISN'T IT? IT'S JUST STAYING.' life was tedium and stasis for him. HE WANTED OUT. the final problem - the endgame he has had in mind since series one - was about him being ready to die and it wasn't just his problem - he wanted to share it with sherlock it wasn't enough simply to die - he wanted (needed) to do it knowing that sherlock understood death would have brought him no comfort without the knowledge that he hadn't been alone on this miserable planet all along. why do you think he is so fucking devastated to have 'beaten' sherlock? sherlock disappointed him and now he hasn't just lost him ('I DON'T EVEN HAVE YOU') but lost also the death he wanted for himself. (the death he wanted for THEM - this was about a certain 'togetherness' for him - it was meaningless without sherlock) and so he tells him 'NOW I HAVE TO GO BACK TO PLAYING WITH THE ORDINARY PEOPLE' not because he WANTS to (as the disgust in his tone should make clear) but because he doesn't have it in him to die the way he wanted to without having his big moment of connectivity with sherlock this is what makes him dying with sherlock's hand in his so profound it's also what makes his ending such a moving and beautiful one - he got everything he wanted the gun in one hand and sherlock's in the other as andrew scott has made clear - moriarty was a desolate lonely and unhappy character and in his final moments that utter desolation melts away as he and sherlock finally put the game aside for a few moments and share something honest devastating and intimate moriarty wanted sherlock and he wanted death and the two became inextricable for him 'winning' meant nothing - all he wanted was the feeling of sherlock's hand in his and the relief of finally knowing there was SOMEONE someone for him and someone LIKE him this is why he dies with a smile on his face and this is why his suicide was the PERFECT ending to his arc