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Indie Wan Shi Tong RP Blog

Blog is:
Not open to humans
Open to Xovers, AUs, etc
Open to Any RP Style
Not open to Romance (unless you have a very very good reason)
Not open to smut
MUN Is:
friendly and talkative (don’t let Wan Shi Tong fool you, he’s an asshole)
willing to plot and/or torture characters mercilessly
works a job and a half and is therefore sometimes sporadic
has 7+ years RP experience, ~3 years on tumblr
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    Indie Wan Shi Tong RP Blog

    Blog is:

    • Not open to humans
    • Open to Xovers, AUs, etc
    • Open to Any RP Style
    • Not open to Romance (unless you have a very very good reason)
    • Not open to smut

    MUN Is:

    • friendly and talkative (don’t let Wan Shi Tong fool you, he’s an asshole)
    • willing to plot and/or torture characters mercilessly
    • works a job and a half and is therefore sometimes sporadic
    • has 7+ years RP experience, ~3 years on tumblr

    [Home. Ask. Rules. Headcanons. MUN. ]

  2. Reblogged from: korrarebelspirit
  3. Reblogged from: why-and-or-bother
  4. 30 Day Avatar the Last Airbender Challenge

    Day 22: Favorite villain; Wan Shi Tong

    "Mortals are so predictable and such terrible liars."

    Reblogged from: hentaikohai
  5. //I’m baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack!

  6. imakenosuchpromises:

"Really? That’s good to know." She filed that information away for later use, if she needed to know they had fiction. It was nice to know though, that even the great library appreciated fictional works. “I’d love that. I love to read all sorts of stories really. I am never found without a book if I can help it." New books, old books, all books were Jinora’s love. Of course each book had it’s own appeal or lack of appeal to her, but they were all appreciated.
Didn’t he still have a say in the matter? Did his foxes do it all or did he ask them to get certain items at times? Quite interesting if he were to explain it to her. He must know it all in order to be the caretaker. 

"That is a good trait to have, young airbender," the owl said with a nod of his great head. "Books are the windows into the mind, as the eyes are windows into the soul. I hope that you continue to allow knowledge of all kinds to permeate your conscious, not just simply fact or simply fiction. It takes knowledge of all kinds to be wise."
The Personal Nonfiction section was several floors above the floor Wan Shi Tong had first found Jinora, and the owl took ample opportunity to announce the different book sections as they passed. The passed sections on healing, herbology, potions and poisons, zoology, archaeology, architecture, and past an entire floor of books just dedicated to the subject of psychology.
Finally, Wan Shi Tong lead her into a section of the library that Jinora so wanted to see. "This, young airbender, is the Personal Nonfiction of my Great Library. You may browse and ask questions, as I know you have been wanting to since you entered."

    imakenosuchpromises:

    "Really? That’s good to know." She filed that information away for later use, if she needed to know they had fiction. It was nice to know though, that even the great library appreciated fictional works. “I’d love that. I love to read all sorts of stories really. I am never found without a book if I can help it." New books, old books, all books were Jinora’s love. Of course each book had it’s own appeal or lack of appeal to her, but they were all appreciated.

    Didn’t he still have a say in the matter? Did his foxes do it all or did he ask them to get certain items at times? Quite interesting if he were to explain it to her. He must know it all in order to be the caretaker. 

    "That is a good trait to have, young airbender," the owl said with a nod of his great head. "Books are the windows into the mind, as the eyes are windows into the soul. I hope that you continue to allow knowledge of all kinds to permeate your conscious, not just simply fact or simply fiction. It takes knowledge of all kinds to be wise."

    The Personal Nonfiction section was several floors above the floor Wan Shi Tong had first found Jinora, and the owl took ample opportunity to announce the different book sections as they passed. The passed sections on healing, herbology, potions and poisons, zoology, archaeology, architecture, and past an entire floor of books just dedicated to the subject of psychology.

    Finally, Wan Shi Tong lead her into a section of the library that Jinora so wanted to see. "This, young airbender, is the Personal Nonfiction of my Great Library. You may browse and ask questions, as I know you have been wanting to since you entered."

    Reblogged from: imakenosuchpromises
  7. No Humans Allowed

    abenderworthfightingfor:

    “The possession of knowledge carries an ethical responsibility.” 

    I am Wan Shi Tong. He Who Knows Ten Thousand Things. I am the curator and founder of the Great Spirit Library. Non-humans and Spirits may browse to their minds’ content. Please leave some knowledge behind to further the education of another being. 

    New Wan Shi Tong RP blog up and running! Come ask the knowledge spirit questions! (Don’t let his Non-Humans behavior fool you. If you like learning, he’ll generally let you in—he’ll just watch you like an hawk owl.)

    Reblogged from: abenderworthfightingfor
  8. imakenosuchpromises:

This meant so much to Jinora. It was something she’d remember for the rest of her life, and probably get grounded for the rest of said life for as well. But she didn’t care. She was here, in Wan Shi Tong’s Library. THE Library. It was a rare experience.
"You have built this library over time. That must have been a lot of work and it’s very admirable. “Now she had to restrain herself from sounding like a fan girl. “I love journals, personal stories like the ones I brought you. I love reading over those and seeing what happened to people from their point of view. I know you are more a factual library though my favorite fiction is historical romance." She blushed, having been scolded for saying that before. Her father didn’t always  like his little girl reading romance novels. He was afraid they’d get too…adult. She just loved the love stories. They were so sweet and she hoped for romance some day too!

"Contrary to legend," the owl said as they walked (although it was more like waddling for the Spirit, but nobody dare say that to his face), "my Library does have an extensive fiction section. I can take you there after we visit the personal records."
Wan Shi Tong did not control the influx of the incoming knowledge—it was the knowledge seekers that brought him materials. The sentient foxes know what the great owl had and did not have. He did not care what they brought him, fiction or nonfiction, so long as it was new material. It was cataloged, carded, and shelved all the same. 

    imakenosuchpromises:

    This meant so much to Jinora. It was something she’d remember for the rest of her life, and probably get grounded for the rest of said life for as well. But she didn’t care. She was here, in Wan Shi Tong’s Library. THE Library. It was a rare experience.

    "You have built this library over time. That must have been a lot of work and it’s very admirable. “Now she had to restrain herself from sounding like a fan girl. “I love journals, personal stories like the ones I brought you. I love reading over those and seeing what happened to people from their point of view. I know you are more a factual library though my favorite fiction is historical romance." She blushed, having been scolded for saying that before. Her father didn’t always  like his little girl reading romance novels. He was afraid they’d get too…adult. She just loved the love stories. They were so sweet and she hoped for romance some day too!

    "Contrary to legend," the owl said as they walked (although it was more like waddling for the Spirit, but nobody dare say that to his face), "my Library does have an extensive fiction section. I can take you there after we visit the personal records."

    Wan Shi Tong did not control the influx of the incoming knowledge—it was the knowledge seekers that brought him materials. The sentient foxes know what the great owl had and did not have. He did not care what they brought him, fiction or nonfiction, so long as it was new material. It was cataloged, carded, and shelved all the same. 

    Reblogged from: imakenosuchpromises
  9. "There are new humans in every nook and cranny of my esteemed Library," Wan Shi Tong hissed. "You do not belong here, humans! Leave, now!"

  10. "I have shelving and cataloging to accomplish. Please excuse me."

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