Every time I think I’m done adding to my very long Les Mis Pirate AU playlist 8tracks laughs at me and I find like, 10 more songs to add to it. Which is honestly fitting because every time I look at my outline and amend it I’m like yes good these are how many chapters I have left for sure this time, and then no, the chapter I’m working on at the time will be too long and I have to split it or move scenes. I mean when I read older chapters I’m like “oh, could have edited better” but it still would have been hella long anyway.
This is why when that meme went around about whether you were a “planner” or a “gardner” as a writer I was like ummmmmmmm both??? I plan a lot but also a thousand things occur to me as I write anyway, and I’m like WHY YES of course I was planning all of this all along. XD.
Chapters: 1/1 Fandom: Critical Role (Web Series) Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Characters: Cassandra de Rolo, Desmond (Critical Role), Kynan Leore, Minor Characters Additional Tags: Past Brainwashing, Emotional/Psychological Abuse, Psychological Trauma, Politics, Friendship, Coping, Slow Burn Summary:
Cassandra isn’t entirely sure why it didn’t occur to any of Vox Machina to explain the Kynan situation to her. She does something about it anyway, and starts to unravel her own traumas. Outside, the world drags on.
what she means:but why cut drink with me? it's one of the most beautiful moments of the show, it contributes a lot to the characterization of four of les amis, including grantaire, for whom development is necessary because the movie chose to include the culmination of his character arc. as well as feuilly, joly, and prouvaire, who are precious cinnamon rolls too good for this world too pure. in the end it's not even primarily about grantaire's verse but about the fact that glossing over the bond of friendship that les amis had takes away from the overall themes of that subplot of the show, and I'm going to be bitter about this to the end of my days.