Gaspard Glass prefers alternating pronouns--he then she then he and so on. She is a swan shifter from England, physically 44, chronologically 190, a luthier by profession, a fencer by passion. He is dapper, she is elegant, and he will fucking stab you. And she's played by Tilda Swinton.
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dead-little-girl:

“Did he say that?” asked Gaspard regarding the army comment. If others had said it, sensible others not given to over-excitement of exaggeration, it was intriguing because of the challenge. But if the guy himself had said that…well, then she could see why Falk had called…

“Indeed,” said Gaspard, “They may have met him. Have information. Though learning the individual weaknesses of a therian is perhaps rather redundant when the plan is to simply bombard them with our species-wide enemy of silver…still, it couldn’t hurt just in case. Do we have anyone tracking that lead?”

Someone didn’t say that about someone else without some reason. It was really better to know why than not. Gaspard’s plan would still always be to FUCKING STAB IT but additional information could affect, say, how much stabbing she did and where and how. As Falk had said, they only had one chance.

“Will you be doing the testing soon? I’d like to observe.”

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1 week ago

Reblog if you RP a shapeshifter character from a small fandom or no fandom.

utraqueunum:

smallfandoms—rpmasterlists:

Whether it’s a canon character (NOT affiliated directly with Supernatural or any other large fandoms), genderbent version of a canon character, or OC.

Find your fandom here.

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Passant Guardant | closed; swandrogyny →

dead-little-girl:

swandrogyny:

“You’ve met him?” There was only the barest hint of a question at the end; it otherwise sounded exactly like a statement. This could be because Gaspard assumed that, yes, Falk did. Or it could just be Gaspard. Gaspard didn’t quite have the robot-like levels that Odile did, but…

“Did he say that?” asked Gaspard regarding the army comment. If others had said it, sensible others not given to over-excitement of exaggeration, it was intriguing because of the challenge. But if the guy himself had said that…well, then she could see why Falk had called him arrogant. Gaspard didn’t much care for arrogant shifters; they were typically the type that thought of swan as prey, as their right to hurt and hunt. Arrogant shifters were also the ones who got out of hand, who thought they could pretty much do anything and get away with it, who upset the system tremendously and put everyone in danger as a result.

That was why they did this sort of thing to arrogant shifters in the first place, after all. It was only practical.

“Oh, no,” said Gaspard, as if Falk had asked if it were going to rain today. Very casual, almost unconcerned, but very factual, very certain. Really, though, could you blame him? What a question.

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2 weeks ago
Passant Guardant | closed; swandrogyny →

swandrogyny:

“Cross him with Alfred Nobel, and we’d have just the man for the job. Though I more than think we’ll do as it is,” Gaspard was the one who had entered, not because she had any chemical ability of his own—she did not—but wanting to have a look at exceptionally dangerous things…

“You’ve met him?” There was only the barest hint of a question at the end; it otherwise sounded exactly like a statement. This could be because Gaspard assumed that, yes, Falk did. Or it could just be Gaspard. Gaspard didn’t quite have the robot-like levels that Odile did, but he was close. And unlike the little bubbling cauldron of hate and rage that was Odile, Gaspard’s attitude generally matched. To her thus far, this was just business. Clean, cruel, unemotional. No investment in it, no pleasure beyond the satisfaction of having done a job well for the Flock that would come at the end. But it sounded like Falk was a little more…enthusiastic about it. Gaspard had no problem with that at all, though; to each their own. She was just curious, since he hadn’t met the creature in question yet herself.

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2 weeks ago
malformalady:

Foliage encased in ice
Photo credit: Ginsbergchick

malformalady:

Foliage encased in ice

Photo credit: Ginsbergchick

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2 weeks ago
Passant Guardant | closed; swandrogyny →

utraqueunum:

Lion certainly wasn’t a swan’s usual prey. The closest the two species usually got to one another was on a coat of arms, but Manhattan was an exception. A fine one at that, Falk thought. It only made sense that they were allies when heraldry was taken into consideration. But when a rogue werelion…

“Cross him with Alfred Nobel, and we’d have just the man for the job. Though I more than think we’ll do as it is,” Gaspard was the one who had entered, not because she had any chemical ability of his own—she did not—but wanting to have a look at exceptionally dangerous things going to be used against someone the Flock did not care for was something that would appeal to any swanmane.

As for why the Flock didn’t care for the current target when he hadn’t done anything to them, well…if you met him, you’d understand. Gaspard hadn’t. Right now, Gaspard understood things only in the most detached and professional of terms: This was an enemy of the Pride. The Pride were allies to the Flock. Therefore, the Flock was enemies with this man. Therefore this man was going to be reduced to itty bitty scraps of genetic waste in the most girly prejudiced manner possible.

“As efficient as explosives are,” Gaspard commented a little wistfully, looking at Falk’s equipment, “I think I’ll always prefer the more…direct approach, when given my druthers.”

Meaning stabbing the fuck out of something up close and personal.

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2 weeks ago

overwatching:

No but srsly if anyone wants a starter from my swan barman dude, lemme know. Because man, he’s a joy to play next to this bugger.

I for one shall happily take you up on this, good sir!

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2 weeks ago
malformalady:

Frost tagging the roof with the characteristic fronds and swirls of fern frost, which forms during the coldest nights. Car windows and paintwork are good heat conductors and water droplets often form in very cold weather. Tiny imperfections such as scratches and dust influence their arrangement, so when they freeze, they form beautiful patterns.

malformalady:

Frost tagging the roof with the characteristic fronds and swirls of fern frost, which forms during the coldest nights. Car windows and paintwork are good heat conductors and water droplets often form in very cold weather. Tiny imperfections such as scratches and dust influence their arrangement, so when they freeze, they form beautiful patterns.

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3 weeks ago
fashionsprose:

Shoes at Chanel S/S 2006 

for Celia

fashionsprose:

Shoes at Chanel S/S 2006 

for Celia

(via morethanprinceofcats)

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