Another very long long post, but I’d thought I’d make one last round-up of Dichen quotes at Survival Con this weekend for everyone who couldn’t be there. She talked about Supergirl, Dollhouse, her movie Lust For Love, Too Late, her upcoming netflix show Altered Carbon (airing February 2018), and life & acting in general.
(All specifically The 100 related quotes can be found here)
you didn’t have to I’m sure you knew that nothing compels like a force unseen waves of mental energy an uptick of desire the glow that then ensues when synapses fire the warmth that slowly creeps downward to your limbs encircles your heart rapid beating booming flow push the blood increase the pressure ears begin to burn cheeks flush eyes water you feel the rush of tears what was internal is suddenly external pieces of you leave your body and are buried in the dust this cannot be you were supposed to hold it all in that was the only way you could win and now it is too late
So I know
this has been discussed before in a small capacity (although I may have missed
other posts about it), but I want to talk about Lucien.
with the fact that the Autumn court is supposedly pretty cut throat and brutal.
To start, Lucien, who, like Tamlin, never thought he’d be High Lord and never
wanted the title, fell in love with a lesser faerie. He was going to renounce
his title as a High Lord’s son and elope with said lesser faerie, whom he
suspected might be his mate. Upon discovering this, Lucien’s father had the
lesser faerie executed, IN FRONT of Lucien, while two of his brothers held him
there to make him watch.
So, just to
preface this whole talk, poor Lucien is probably pretty disturbed from all of
this. He fled from the Autumn Court pursued by 3 of his 6 (I believe there’s 5
or 6, correct me if I’m wrong) brothers. He killed one, Tam killed the other,
and the third brother made his escape back to Autumn.
So, just knowing how supposedly rare Fae children are because it’s hard to
conceive, let me just say that it sucks that all these High Lord’s children
basically murder each other like the brothers in Stardust (if you haven’t seen
or read the book by Neil Gaiman, you should!!)