Hannibal literally massacred the people in his way on Muscrat Farm to get to Will. We don’t get to see it, but he must have come into the operating theatre just as Cordell made that first cut… We see Will’s pupils dilate with the pain, in panic… and then.
Hannibal must have stopped Cordell. Will’s eyes were open at that point, Will was conscious. What did Hannibal do to Cordell at that point? With that hammer. When he took Cordell’s face to put it on Mason?
Did Hannibal… say anything? Did he say something to Will, after? When he dressed him? How did Will feel then, when he witnessed Hannibal’s rage and revenge on his behalf? When he felt Hannibal handle him, pick him up? It must have played into his behavior at Wolftrap, must have colored his perception of Hannibal, even if he did not dare to name the feeling.
Was Will conscious when Hannibal carried him through the snow? On that car trip to Wolftrap? When Hannibal re-dressed him for bed?
How did that make Will feel, how did it influence him later?
He dresses still very differently to the clothing style he wore in Season 1, never once returning after dressing “up” in Season 2, the warm pullovers he wore with Molly dropping away again for shirts when he goes to visit Hannibal again.
How does it play into seeing the house Hannibal made for him and Abigail back then, shortly before the fight with the Dragon?
Next Wednesday is all about the ladies! In a Leverage take on “Woman Crush Wednesday”, we want to celebrate and appreciate all of the fantastic female characters that have appeared on the show, whether they’re in a single episode or a dozen, or any number in between! Through art, fic, gifs, edits, vids, meta, or mixes, — everything’s fair game! — we want to hear all about your fav female characters & the headcanons they’ve spawned! Use the hashtag #characterappreciationweek in the first five tags on your post and we’ll reblog it. Feel free to use the prompts as inspiration or to discard them entirely if you already have a female-character-centric idea, and don’t forget to keep sending in your fav ladies/moments!
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