<b>Yurio:</b> One time when I was little, I had a crush on a guy in my figure skating class, but I didn't know how to deal with it so I just wrote him a note that said "Get off my ice rink."<p/><b>Otabek:</b> So you're the one that gave me that note...<p/></p>
i remember being straight on tumblr and there were so many posts about loving girls and girls being hot and wanting to date girls and little 13 year old me was like “wow !!!!! there must be so many boys on this website !!!!!!!! maybe ill meet some !!!!!!!!!” and i genuinely laugh about it every day
also nobody talks about how pidge has a diary. like apart from wearing a frilly dress in flashback scenes that is possibly the most stereotypically girly thing about Pidge we’ve seen in canon. Like Hunk talks about it having a bunch of numbers in it but I’m actually so curious about what’s in that diary dude. Does she keep her information on the garrison in there??? Does she talk about her day and stuff. Does she gush all her secrets in it and start everything with dear diary??? i want answers
In the beginning, Link regarded
Midna with a mix of fear and frustration. Both these feelings derived from the
way she was manipulating him to get what she wanted. She didn’t care what
happened to him, not as long as he was useful to her.
Over time, however, his frustration
began to be replaced by a growing sense of respect for the imp. As he helped
her, she seemed to be nicer to him, and the arrangement began to feel mutually
beneficial. Even the fear he felt was starting to subside.
That changed once he defeated the
final light-stealing insect. Lanayru made sure of that. He made it perfectly
clear that what he was doing in the relationship was far more dangerous than he
had originally believed.
The power held within the Fused
Shadows was sinister and dark enough to banish an entire race for using it. And
he was helping Midna acquire them. She had two of them by now.
Fear of the imp returned with full
force. What could she want them for? What if she decided he wasn’t needed once
she got them all? His vision showed him that the full power of the dark relics
was more than enough to turn a person to dust. Would she turn against him once
she got what she wanted?
No, he told himself. They were a
team now. She was on his side, wasn’t she? Maybe they didn’t get along
perfectly, but she hadn’t threatened him since before they got the first Fused
Shadow. Link clung to this reasoning like it was the only thing keeping him
sane. He was worried beyond belief, but he had no choice but to trust her if he
wanted to complete his quest.
He was scared when he finally got
the last of the Shadows. Midna seemed grateful, and didn’t show any signs of
betraying him. Link gave a sigh of relief, fear once again subsiding a little.
His mental mantra was one of trust as he approached her portal, determined to
convince himself that he was overthinking things.
All fear of Midna vanished the
moment Zant stole the Fused Shadows from her. When he appeared in the middle of
Hyrule Field, all he felt for Midna was an overpowering sense of worry. He was scared, but not of her; for her. She had a chance to turn
against him and join Zant, but she chose to protect him instead. That was all
he needed to know she was on his side for good.
After Midna was healed by Zelda and
they ventured to find the shards of the Mirror, Link couldn’t help but wonder
desperately what good the vision Lanayru had given him was to him now. He had
no reason to fear Midna. Zant was already a terrifying force before he got the
Shadows, so the increased fear that came with them now being in his possession
was useless. Why had he needed to see that horrible vision? The dark power held
in the Fused Shadows was enough to turn friends against each other from the
simple temptation of wielding their might, but Midna seemed to be immune to
that. The vision was as good as pointless as far as he could tell.
He continued to think this until
they retrieved the Fused Shadows from Zant. In her anger at the usurper, Midna
attacked him with a fraction of their power. He popped. Link was horrified for
a moment, until he saw that Midna was looking no better. She clutched her face
in terror, frightened at the effect that only a small portion of the Fused
Shadows’ power had. Link was surprised to see her reaction. She was scared of
their power too, it wasn’t just him.
When she destroyed the barrier
around Hyrule Castle, he finally understood what the vision meant. The scale of
the Fused Shadows’ power was immense, far greater than he had been expecting.
Midna was in control of them, to an extent. She was wielding that great power.
And she was on his side. They were
loyal to one another. If she had been his enemy, he wouldn’t survive even a
moment. How lucky he was that she was his ally. The vision wasn’t meant to
drive them apart at all.
It was meant to make him appreciate
her as an ally. It was meant to bring them closer together.
He was going to be there for her
now. She needed his support, the power she was wielding was almost more than
she could bear. He wouldn’t doubt her any more. Not for an instant.