Female Character Tag

I was tagged by @starshollowisonahellmouth & @marshmallow-the-vampire-slayer. Thanks!

Rules: List 10 of your favorite female characters in 10 different fandoms and tag 10 people to do the same. (The following are in no particular order)

1) Tara Maclay (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”)

(GIF originally posted by @marshmallow-the-vampire-slayer)

2) Evelyn Carnahan/O’Connell (The Mummy 1999)

3) Uhura (Star Trek)

Originally posted by valerijakith

4) Clara Oswald (“Doctor Who”)

Originally posted by hirmienworld

5) Veronica Mars (“Veronica Mars”)

(GIF originally posted by @marshmallow-the-vampire-slayer)

6) Rey (Star Wars)

Originally posted by skyrey

7) Skye/Daisy Johnson/Quake (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Originally posted by dailyavengers

8) Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)

Originally posted by artsy-blog-aesthetic

9) Felicity Smoak (Legends of Superflarrow)

Originally posted by erinshalsteads

10) Peyton Charles (“iZombie”)

Originally posted by sometimesallyouneedisone

I tag @theforceisstronginthegirl, @streetsolo, @princessclarke, @kathubs, @this-is-lyss, @palizinhas, @helenmarie95, @hyla-brook and…that’s all I got.

roguekniightone  asked:

Mehane roadtrip? Maybe as teenagers on the run from their crappy home lives?

Tara drives in a way that could be described as “death-defying,” and she says it’s because she learned how to drive in a mostly rural area. This doesn’t really make a lot of sense to Faith, who figures that Tara would be the kind of driver who’s extra careful simply because Tara’s the kind of person who’s extra careful.

It takes them both a few weeks of driving for Tara to tell Faith that she drives fast because she stole her dad’s car to leave home and she always feels like he’s behind her. She says she knows it’s silly, knows her dad couldn’t care less about her, but some part of her is still always afraid that he found his car and he’s using it to try and find her.

Faith knows the way that feels. The twisty fear of your parent chasing you down to teach you a lesson and the even worse fear that they don’t care enough to try.

“I’m sorry,” she says.

Tara looks up from the wheel. She’s wearing way too much eyeliner; ever since Faith told her it looked badass, Tara’s put more and more on each day (she looks like a raccoon, but a cute one). “For what?”

“You drove out to be with me,” says Faith. “‘Cause my mom was getting worse, and I wasn’t tough enough to just stick it out, and—and now you’re gonna spend the rest of our drive out to Sunnydale looking over your shoulder for your asshole dad, and I’m sorry.”

“That’s not the way it works,” says Tara. “Okay?” And she takes Faith’s hand, holding it tight.

They don’t kiss a lot. Mostly it’s because they’re driving almost all the time, but it’s also because they never know who might drive by. They made out one time on the side of the road and some kids drove by and shouted words at Tara that made Faith chase the car down and rip the door off with her Slayer strength. She kinda figures those kids won’t be saying words like that anymore, and she can probably take care of Tara if shit goes wrong, but it still doesn’t hurt to be careful because Tara is the most precious thing in Faith’s entire world.

Consequently, when Tara takes Faith’s hand, lacing their fingers together in a now-familiar way, Faith feels so loved that she’s almost dizzy.


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