I found a list of Sburb titles I assigned to the Off cast in my notebook but I never posted them! Let’s fix that.
I’m too lazy to do elaborations or explanations right now but might later if anyone cares? Buuut in the meantime:
- Batter: Prince of Space
- Judge: Mage of Time
- Queen: Maid of Breath
- Dedan: Page of Rage
- Japhet: Witch of Blood
- Enoch: Sylph of Mind
- Hugo: Heir of Doom
- Zacharie: Knight of Light
- Sugar: Seer of Heart
Makoto is as average in sleep as he is in anything else. Depending on the AU, I think he’d have nightmares, though? In a non-despair AU, he’d have dreams paralleling canon events: explicit killings and executions and snippets of trials just as often as ~symbolic~ stuff like everyone ganging up on someone else like a lynch mob while the rest of them have nooses on their necks too, him and Kyouko pointing guns at each other and him knowing that it’s all wrong but someone has to shoot, Mukuro hugging her sister as Junko stabs her, idk weird nightmare stuff. In the post-IF timeline he’d have nightmares of apocalyptic stuff and everything that could go wrong and what probably already has with his family and his old friends, lots of scary Monobears and Junko.
Mukuro generally lives up to her name in sleep; she’s completely still and’ll wake up in exactly the same position she falls asleep in,she’s very sensitive to sound and light so she wakes up easily, and she never really falls into deep sleep so that it’s easier for her to be woken up by activity and so she never dreams, either.
She’s totally different when she feels safe, though—which is basically never, but y’know. Before she ended up with super soldier instincts, “safe” meant at home (before she was homeless ofc) with Junko and no one else. Sometimes Junko would sneak into Mukuro’s bed (mostly just to wake her up and be a pest) but then when they fell asleep Mukuro ended up becoming Super Elementary School Level Cuddler. Of course she got kicked outta that habit real fast because Junko’d kick her out of the bed and laugh at her, and then being a soldier happened.
But then Makoto/Mukuro becomes a thing and the long-discarded cuddle instinct comes back. For a while they just sleep on their respective sides of the bed and that’s all, but eventually Mukuro can feel safe enough from the outside that she starts rolling over in her sleep and cuddling Makoto. Like, she kinda grabs him and pulls him over to her overtime and holds him. uvu
Once this becomes a regular thing and Mukuro finally figures out that it’s happening and gets over the infinite shame (“I-IT’S OKAY MUKURO, I THINK IT’S REALLY CUTE? YOU CAN STOP HIDING YOUR FACE IN YOUR HANDS I-IT’S FINE I DON’T MIND. YOU ARE NOT A DISGRACE OF A SOLDIER PLEASE STOP APOLOGIZING”), Makoto starts rolling over in his sleep and cuddling her back.
And eventually she even starts dreaming, and Makoto doesn’t have nightmares anymore.
can i get some ☮ ♤ ☻ [the mood theyre in mostly] headcanons about molly??? [is this how it works oops]
YEAH YOU GOT IT
Living Space: She’s lived in a few different bedrooms! Being a doll, she does not actually have a bedroom of her own.
Her first owner didn’t have a special place she could keep her because the family wasn’t really well-off. Molly always got placed on the bed right beside the pillow, though, so that she wouldn’t be lost; her owner was super strict about knowing where Molly was at all times because she was basically that girl’s only toy.
That girl kept her as she grew up and eventually learned to sew, too, and even when she had outgrown having toys, she kept Molly for sentimentality and also so that she could practice by sewing outfits for her! Molly got kept in the girl’s sewing boxes—the quality increased as time went on (the girl was super smart and managed to get herself jobs as a teenager and then college on a scholarship) but they were all pretty cramped and lonely.
Later she and all of her dresses were given their own sort of closet; that girl ended up marrying someone who could do woodwork and so he fashioned up a hinged box meant to be held vertically. The bottom was a drawer filled with regular people-sized hair ties and rings and face stickers and stuff. The actual box part was attached to it, but just the thicker back half. It had a little handle on the outside so it could open like a door and some clasps to keep it shut otherwise. The inside of the wider back portion was designed to be a closet, with teeny hangers for all of the clothes on a rod, and the other side had Molly in it! This got wrapped up and given as a gift to her previous owner’s young daughter. Thus, new spot!
Okay yeah I’ve been making up most of this as I’ve gone along and I am out of originality. Right now she just kind of ends up where she ends up. Flung onto the bed. Sat up on the dresser. The shelves sometimes. The bedroom itself is of average size and very purple, just like her.
Cooking: Molly is a doll and thus has no idea how to cook beyond poking ineffectually at a dollhouse’s plastic stove.
Mood: By default Molly’s mood is “PLAY! PLAY!!! DO THINGS PLAY HOUSE WILL YOU HOLD ME PLEASE, CAN I HOLD YOUR HAND CAN I WEAR A DRESS CAN WE GO ON AN ADVENTURE, WE HAVEN’T PLAYED WITH THE PLANE IN A WHILE, CAN WE HAVE AN ADVENTURE WITH THE PLANE”
“Do things.” Her default mood is “do things.”
THEY STILL NEED NAMES„
Witch curls up into a little ball on her side in her sleep and if there are things there for her to grab onto, she does. She doesn’t actually do a lot of sleeping and functions just fine on only a few hours. She tends to wake up a lot during the night—not over noise, which won’t disturb her if it’s not loud, but just because—and usually she’ll get up, have some water, and then go back to bed. Her official wake-up time is anywhere between five and six AM, and she usually doesn’t go to bed any later than eleven unless she’s busy. In the mornings, she isn’t DEATH AND MISERY, but talking to her before she’s had her morning tea is a lost cause. She sleepwalked as a kid.
Gardener’s sleep schedule is a lot more erratic because she likes naps, but she always wakes up with the sunrise so that she can work on her garden! Sometimes it takes a hit or two on the snooze button but once she’s up, she’s almost immediately peppy. She’s a very sound sleeper. She has this weird habit of sleeping towards the edge of the bed and has rolled off of it on more than one occasion. She can basically make herself comfy and sleep on anything. Usually she just lays on her back and she shifts a little throughout the night but doesn’t like, flail around and ruin everything. She drools a lot.
They’re cuddly dorks together. Witch usually ends up curling into Gardener’s side and Gardener ends up with an arm around her (Witch is forever the little spoon because she is a little bit short and Gardener is like six feet tall). Witch wakes up less often during the night when she’s with Gardener, and when she does wake up, she’s less likely to get up for water for fear of disturbing her (and also because she can get back to sleep okay).
Usually Witch wakes up first but it’s not uncommon for them to wake up more or less at the same time (when they do, Gardener doesn’t hang out hitting the snooze button for ages).
Witch has been practicing her levitation magic so that she can relocate Gardener to more comfortable spots when she decides to take naps in the middle of her garden or on the kitchen table, but it’s not her specialty and she’s super afraid of dropping her or crashing her into something! So she practices by floating blankets onto her.
all of them for syrene!
WOW THIS ENDED UP BEING REALLY LONG
I’m not actually going to reblog this post about various headcanons because of reasons, but since it’s character-solidifying Sunday I’m going to ask for them? Yeah. I’m gonna ask for no sex/drinking ones though please? Here lemme just copy-and-paste the list:
☾ : Sleep headcanon
☼ : Childhood headcanon
☮ : Bedroom/house/living quarters headcanon
☄ : Any AU headcanon (modern, school, medieval, and so on)
♤ : Cooking headcanon
☻ : Mood headcanon (i don’t know what this one is supposed to mean though someone help me out)
OCs and characters from things (I know like half of you are here becuase of those DR posts omfg) are both okay. uvu
You can send them to my ask but also additional question mark to make things easier?
Miscellaneous Sburb fantitles I found in my drafts.
Maybe I can try daily OC facts again, too. Let’s see if I can keep up with those.
Today’s OC fact: Irene has an image of an idealized human self that’s kind of a mish-mosh of traits of some of the scientists who worked on her: she’d have blond hair done up in a large, thick bun (like the one she already ‘wears’ with that mop of hers); vaguely east-Asian features; an unreasonable amount of ear piercings, plus a labret under her lip; a diamond sort of body shape; very green eyes; thick eyebrows; and hands with long fingers and callouses. She can’t picture herself in anything but the skirt and big sweater she has already, though.
I have lots of followers on this blog and I think it’s probably because of those, like, two DR headcanon posts that got really popular? I hate to be the one to break it to you all, but this is mostly a place where I ramble about OCs and OC concepts every now and again.
Today, we will demonstrate this with an idea for a pair of girlfriends I had while showering: a witch who brews potions, and a gardener who grows most of the herbs and stuff she uses.
- They met properly as client and customer (after Gardener Girl’s welcome to the town for Witch Girl). Gardener Girl became Witch Girl’s primary source for materials right off the bat because she’s so good at what she does, so they ended up seeing a lot of each other! Through that they became acquaintances and friends, and eventually Gardener Girl got the nerve to ask Witch Girl out on a date!
- Naturally, she picked her up and came with the biggest bouquet ever made.
- The two have been together for a few years and they have moved in with each other already. The rest of the town has been waiting for the wedding.
- They live in a town sort of comparable to the one in Kiki’s Delivery Service in size and structure. It’s not very big and the community isn’t super close-knit but nobody’s really a stranger, either.
- Witches are the only humans with any magic. Generally speaking, witches don’t really integrate with other humans; after the burning times (i.e. some fictionalized adaptation), they fled en masse and formed their own cities where they wouldn’t be persecuted. Discrimination based largely on fear of magic and its consequences still exists and is relatively widespread, but sometimes witches will leave their hometowns regardless. Witch cities are usually much smaller than the ones of non-magic humans, and if witches manage to set up business in a tolerant place, it’s almost guaranteed to be successful because of the (very useful and rare) services that only witches can offer. Witches emigrating and then returning to their hometowns is common, but there’s not necessarily a shortage of witches settling down and integrating and beginning families where they move to.
This was sent to my personal ages ago (I just found it in my drafts) but I think it’d be better off here?
- SHSL Idol, Leon Kuwata.
This is it this is the swap. He’s basically the biggest punk symbol in today’s pop culture. Never actually attends band practice. Actually, he’s pretty sick of the whole idol scene—what he really wants is to be a baseball player! That cute girl at the hair salon loves baseball players. Literally exactly how he is in canon.
- SHSL Programmer, Sakura Oogami. Alas, realistically she would have the pretty girl body type we see in her transition shots, because there is no real reason for her to be her beautifully super buff self as a hacker even though that’d be fucking amazing?? Maybe she is anyway without any real reason. She’s part of a family of ELITE SUPER-PROGRAMMERS!!!! Very mild-mannered, only slightly less formal (just enough that it isn’t so totally over-the-top), and still very quick to mediate situations when they arise (and she’s really good at easing tensions, even without being to punch the mean out of people).
- SHSL Wrestler, Aoi Asahina. She’s basically the Hulk all the time; kinda dumb and good at punching things. She doesn’t actually like to punch things that much—she found that she was naturally really good at it while she was experimenting with different sports, but tends towards the pacifistic. She wishes there were more productive ways to help. The slap in chapter four goes much less well for everyone involved.
- SHSL Doujin Author, Touko Fukawa. Known especially well for her grotesque, oddly realistic depictions of guro that she never comments on ever. Basically she doesn’t change at all.
- SHSL Heir, Yasuhiro Hagakure. Nobody actually believes that he’s an heir though. They’re actually all pretty sure he lives in a train and just sort of got dropped off here? He wears a suit that is clearly too big for him with the jacket over his shoulders and a pair of capri sweatpants and really fine silk socks with sandals. Who the hell is this guy.
- SHSL Fortune Teller, Kyouko Kirigiri. Sharp as a tack and uses her fortunes as a guiding point rather than a certainty—what could lead there, how to avoid it, what circumstances surround such an outcome, etc. She drops fake fortunes on people she doesn’t like to fuck with them. Her whole family is renowned for their fortune-telling, except that damn father of hers.
- SHSL Gang Leader, Celestia Ludenberg. Her gang, the Bleeding Diamonds, is only ever seen at night and everybody thinks they might all secretly be vampires? She still wears exclusively goth-loli fashions, but with slight adaptations towards the functional without losing any of the elegance. Prim and proper and just as likely to smash a heavy object through your fucking head, then complain about how all of this blood is ruining her new skirt and get someone to lick out the stain.
- SHSL Hall Monitor, Byakuya Togami. He considers himself vastly superior to everyone else in his school because he was the one who made it through all of the hall monitor trials, and he’s the one who keeps order maintained, you uncultured ruffians. As much of an asshole as he is in canon. Hands out detention slips at the drop of a hat.
- SHSL Baseball Player, Hifumi Yamada. I’ll be honest, this only happened as a process of elimination thing. He looks exactly as he does in canon and gets to run on his absurdly tiny legs of his, and damn does this motherfucker sprint. Actually very tolerable without his 2D girl obsession! Even though he’s still definitely dominatrixed by Celestia. He’s big on ~dreams~ and inappropriate baseball puns.
- SHSL Literary, Mondo Oowada. He’s big, angry, kinda dumb, prone to punching things that piss him off, and writes the most beautiful, eloquent poetry you’ll ever read. He also gets really embarrassed about it. He also yells a lot when he’s embarrassed. He sure is something. The book club he started with his brother is basically his famihaahahhhah i’m sorry i’m laughing too hard i can’t finish this one.
- SHSL Gambler, Makoto Naegi. He doesn’t actually know how to gamble. He just keeps getting really, really lucky all the time. He’s never ever lost a game, though, which is good because he keeps accidentally getting himself involved in the yakuza and other underground crime rings through money and gambling games and if he wasn’t such a lucky asshole he’d probably have been killed already?
- SHSL ???/Detective, Chihiro Fujisaki. A tiny little thing who keeps bursting into tears every time anyone asks her what her skill is because she’s so ashamed of not remembering. She’s absolutely brilliant; piecing together the cases is easy for her, but speaking up and adding her two cents during trials is almost impossibly difficult because it’s so hard for her to speak up.
- BEWARE THE SIXTEENTH STUDENT, SHSL SOLDIER KIYOTAKA ISHIMARU. Except don’t because he’s just another one of the students there and not some mysterious missing presence tied to SHSL Despair? His role has him cast as highly suspicious, but he’s really a pretty cool dude. Not as obsessed with order and whatnot as before but just as fixated on effort over natural ability; his great-grandfather was a fallen general. His involvement is in more organized military ranks instead of freelance mercenary cults. The audience would spend the whole game going “HE’S SO SUSPICIOUS HE’S GONNA HAVE TO DIE OR TURN EVIL ON US SOONER OR LATER” and he makes it to the end without incident.
- SHSL Swimmer, Junko Enoshima. She’s almost as well known for her swimsuit modeling as she is for her swimming skills. The greatest mystery of all time continues to be how she fits those damn pigtails into her swimming cap. She’s basically attached to her genuinely beloved sister by the hip—enough so that she almost denied her invitation to Hope’s Peak (She gets Gugnir Speared without nearly as much fanfare).
- SHSL Good Luck, Mukuro Ikusaba. She’s not particularly good at anything—she doesn’t even have any sort of boundless optimism to back her up—but is completely ecstatic that she gets to go to school with her sister when she was sure they were going to be split up before! She ends up as Chihiro’s accidental partner-in-
crimejustice: While generally, Chihiro can flawlessly figure everything out, she can’t speak up. Mukuro, though, can easily read her cues, and despite her asocial personality, turn her presence intimidating enough to domineer the attention of the others for Chihiro’s sake.
- SHSL Fashion Gal/Despair, Sayaka Maizono. She goes in without any of this fancy doppleganger stuff and instead fakes her own death or something. She runs the mutual killings game’s television broadcast much more like a show, with lots of announcing and commentary and polls and “cast interviews” (she pulls open morgue drawers and sticks the microphones in their faces). Her motivation isn’t a despair thing so much as it a hideously distorted version of her need for attention.