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the problem with having a near-immortal otp is knowing that it’s almost impossible for them to grow old together; because you just know it’s far more likely that one will be killed in battle. and losing one you love to time is bad enough, but to see them ripped from your arms and being unable to help as they spend their last few moments in excruciating pain is probably the worst fate any lovers could have
- #i love this scene
- #because she had tears in her eyes the entire time
- #while trying to convince him she didn't care
- #but now he can't ever leave her
- #regina has some really fucking huge abandonment issues where she punishes people for trying to get close to her
- #but then is desperate for them to stay near her
- #he can't ever leave her
I just wanted to say something about the anonymous hate that has been a hardy perennial ever since I found this fandom, and appeared to kick off particularly badly last night.
It’s a Tumblr thing, I guess. But it’s especially weird in the Hunger Games fandom. The thing is, everyone has presumably read the books. You know. The books about the importance of moral courage. About not allowing others to warp your own sense of integrity, or dictate who you are. About the central importance of kindness, and the emotional fragility of each and every one of us. About interconnectedness: how we all rely upon one another, and the acts of the individual matter, and how conscience should be more important than hate.
So how the hell, having read those books, and claiming to be a fan, can you decide it’s acceptable to try and hurt someone else (let alone being so gutless as to do it anonymously) because you don’t agree with their views on some aspect of fandom interpretation?
Seriously, can’t you people fucking read?