Sebastian is such a strange character because we all accept that he’s an asshole and he proves it on multiple occassions but he also tends to be a voice of moral reason? and its somehow not out of character? like he stopped Ciel from hitting Lizzy, was hesitant to kill the abused and kidnapped children, wanted Ciel to show some kindness to Sullivan, requested some of the servants needs be met (glasses/hat) and its all within the realm of his personality?
So I need more sims in my Newcrest Story to remove all these ugly townies, and I kinda lazy and all my sims look the same, so I came up with this. I don’t think anyone will do this, but it’s worth a try.
All sims will be in my Newcrest Story.
CC is allowed (Alpha and Maxis match, I don’t mind)
Give your sims backgrounds (so I have something to work with)
I will accept all and any sims (Ugly or Cute)
I will credit you at all times ( when your sim is in a shot)
Message me for more info ( If any questions/ requests )
“ Message me the dl and cc and bg story when done
So, I finally got to watch the episode, and I have to say, I didn’t hate it. Not even close. I was surprised by how much I actually liked the dynamic between Wish!Robin and the EQ. I liked that it was evident that there was a bit of light and goodness to him in his interactions with her (ie–when he tries to convince her that the villain route isn’t her best option). For me, that validated the sweet moment when he gave Regina the feather. It also made his conversation with Zelena more about manipulation than truly being a straight-up bastard.
I guess I’m trying to say that I think this episode redeemed his characterization for me. I’m down with complicated people who are both darkness and light, and I appreciated that he was portrayed as both.
I cannot begin to describe how much I loved how they resolved the Regina/EQ arc. This turned out better than I could have imagined, if I’m being honest. I thought the best solution was for them to join again, but this was really awesome. I cried, and I don’t cry for this show often. The aftermath was beautiful, too. The EQ’s apology to Snow. (Tears again.) Henry’s faith in the EQ. (Man, I love that kid so hard.)
But there was one part that I felt marred things a little. It’s just a simple line of dialogue between the EQ and Regina when the EQ asks something like, “So, Robin wasn’t your happy ending.” It bothered me a bit that Regina was like, “No. My son and family and this town are.” That’s where I felt like they totally retconned the original Outlaw Queen. Sure, she mentioned that he brought her hope when she needed it. But I guess my little shipper heart was unsatisfied with that. I would have rather she said something like, “He was, but only a part of it. And I’ll always love him, but I have my son, my family, and this town.” It’s just a few words different, and I’m sure I’m arguing semantics here, but those words matter. Robin was a part of her happy ending, even if that part ended too soon. (And dammit, I’ve just made myself cry.)
Anyway, those are my thoughts. I feel like we’ve gotten some pretty solid conclusions to Regina’s entire arc in the series. It very much felt like a series finale when it came to her stuff. I’m not sure where they’re going to go from here, but I’m so glad that she finally loves herself.