here’s some basic info on each of the characters’ family situations, like parents and siblings and relationships with said parents and siblings. if you have any questions at all about anybody’s family members, feel free to drop me an ask! love you guys! (under the cut)
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Ao no exorcist
Attack on titan
Kuroko no basket
Kyoukai no kanata
Ao haru ride
Bungou stray dogs
Devil is a part timer
Zankyou no terror
Wolf girl and black prince
Owari no seraph
Kiss him not me
My little monster
Nanatsu no taizai
Kuzu no honkai
Kobayashi’s dragon maid
Sometimes I think “wtf Julian is only 17 NO ONE in this shadowhunting world would be able to raise children at 17! Only him! Bc he strong and brave!” And then I remember that Charlotte Branwell had been head of the London Institute along with Henry since she was 18 years old and had to raise 3 children who weren’t even related to her, which included a bitter, spoiled girl; a sick boy; and a boy who was mean to every soul and was known to make Charlotte’s life a little impossible. And these kids didn’t feel any obligation to obey her, because she wasn’t family or even old enough.
So yes, Julian was brave and strong (especially because he had been raising his siblings by himself since he was TWELVE) but let us not forget Charlotte motherfucking Branwell.
“First time Blake told Weiss she loved her, Weiss literally tried to tip her”
I’ve been meaning to do some monochrome and then @anawitchs and I got to talking about Weiss being emotionally stunted and unable to express love without throwing money at people for affection. And here we have it.
Send help I was not supposed to get this invested in another ship but their dynamic is everythingggg ugh
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