It’s called the border between heaven and earth .
Reblogging because beautiful deserves beautiful name.
HOLLY FUCKING CHIRST THIS IS MY COUNTRY
HOW IS THIS REAL I WOULD LIKE TO TOUCH THAT
Haikyuu!! × Free! Eternal Summer
"Can’t they disappear in a chain combo?"
Finished drawing some BW2 Shimeji !!! If you haven’t heard of them shimeji are tiny desktop mascots that do super cute things! You can shake them, chuck them all around the place, they play with your windows and they multiply!
^q^ Feel free to use! I’ll be honoured if you’ll give them some space on your screen!
Just extract the zip to anywhere and run the program. For the original japanese one you need to replace the image set first in the “img” folder then run the program.
You will need Java (32-bit works well i believe) And I only know how they can work on PC; But i heard mac is possible somehow i dunno
Haikyuu!! 30 day challenge
↳ Day 1: favorite character » Nishinoya Yuu"In the battle of height that is volleyball, libero is one of the few positions in which a short player can survive. But I’m not a libero because of my height. I’d be a libero even I was two meters tall. Even if your side misses the spike, even if your side can’t block… as long as the ball doesn’t hit the court… in volleyball, that means you haven’t lost. And the one best suited to do that… is the libero.”
so the borg had me thinking about sad kageyama headcanons and i had a realization:
volleyball is an incredibly verbal sport. if you go to a volleyball game there’s a good chance you won’t be able to hear yourself talking over the noise. every single player on both sides of the court, and probably those on the bench as well, will be yelling at the top of their lungs in order to communicate with each other.
this goes double for setters. as a setter you have to be acutely aware of the positions of all of your hitters on the court at any given moment so you can figure out who to set. hitters especially should be very vocal in order to let their setter know what set they’re calling for and if they’re available to hit. since setters have to also focus on the ball, they listen for their hitters. setters usually will not set a hitter if they’re not calling for the ball because that indicates that they are not available to hit. this applies especially to right side hitters, who are behind the setter and therefore out of range of sight. if a setter cannot hear their right side, they will not set the right side.
the set that kageyama’s teammates walked away from was a back set.
there is every chance that his teammate called for the set and walked away.
as a setter, as a teammate, and as a 13/14 year old boy, that’s not just mean. it’s humiliating, it’s cruel, and it’s a purposeful betrayal. his teammates abandoned him in every sense possible.
and he’s never forgotten it.