But can we just talk about Clary and Alec’s relationship for a minute please?

Alec doesn’t like Clary, he doesn’t like anything about Clary and yet he still teaches her how to fight, he still protects her (and Simon), he makes sure she’s okay after the thing with Luke, he pulls Simon back, away from any of the wolves, he gives Clary advice on runes and even when she outed him he didn’t get angry like he did in the books and movie and slam her into a wall. He glared a bit and denied it but he didn’t threaten her or hurt her.

Also looking at it from Clary’s point of view. She’s probably still not 100% sure if she can trust Alec at the beginning of this episode, yet she talks to him with genuine concern about Maryse, when she talks to him about Jace, she out’s him but she’s not cruel about it. She questions it but after he denies it she drops the subject. She let’s him do his job and protect them and the line “It’s okay. I’m with Alec” She knows that Alec doesn’t particularly like her but she also knows that he’s not going to hurt her, or put her in harms way.

I need more Clarec, there was very little of it in the books and let’s not even talk about the movie. But I need Clarec Brotp!! 


make me choose | anonymous said: sizzy or clace? blackfriarbridge said: clace or wessa?

“And now I’m looking at you, and you’re asking me if I still want you, as if I could stop loving you. As if I would want to give up the thing that makes me stronger than anything else ever has. I never dared give much of myself to anyone before – bits of myself to the Lightwoods, to Isabelle and Alec, but it took years to do it – but, Clary, since the first time I saw you, I have belonged to you completely. I still do. If you want me.”


“As she shoved seraph blades into the tops of her boots, her mind was on Alec and the look they’d shared as he’d gone out the door. It wasn’t the first time she’d watched her brother leave, knowing she might never see him again. It was something she accepted, as a part of her life; it wasn’t until she’d gotten to know Clary and Simon that she’d realized that for most people, of course, it was never like that. They didn’t live with death as a constant companion, a cold breath down the back of their neck on even the most ordinary days.