can we a take moment to appreciate how allura mentioned shiro when talking about the fallen ones and the color of her armor? its no secret to anyone how much altea and their people mean to her, so the fact that she decided to put someone she met not long ago in the same light really warms my heart
Things I very much enjoy about season 3 at first glance
- LOTOR’S. GENERALS. ARE ALL. MIXED RACE. GALRA. BADASS. WOMEN.
- AND the Galra are purists so they have been hated by the public for a long time… Don’t you love it when tv shows translate over to the general state of the world?
- “hEy MaN”
- Lance is upset about the lion change and how it happens (don’t worry I won’t spoil much) but he transitions well and deals with it better than Keith
- Lotor is super fuckin smart and even though he’s a bad guy he’s reeeally good at what he does
- I mean seriously. He’s baaaad, but he’s goooooooooood.
- “HUNK IM A LEG”
- Even though Allura is usually in control about a lot of things the only thing that allows her to take control of Blue is to admit she’s a little unsure and have some humility, something she isn’t usually allowed to do as the commander of Voltron and that’s really special
- Lance starts to think he’s the goofball of the team instead of the sharpshooter as stated by basically everyone and it’s really sad but I’m glad they’ve improved his character from being the 2D dumbass from season 2
- LIVE THE KLANCE. BREATHE THE KLANCE. INHALE THE KLANCE. ALL THE KLANCE.
- *cough* sven *cough*
And this is just the heavily sleep deprived, forced to bed after episode 4 list. Just wait until I’ve rewatched it 5 times and come up with all of the pros and cons of the new series.
They buried Thorin deep beneath the Mountain, and Bard laid the Arkenstone upon his breast.
“There let it lie till the Mountain falls!” he said. “May it bring good fortune to all his folk that dwell here after!”
Upon his tomb the Elvenking then laid Orcrist, the elvish sword that had been taken from Thorin in captivity. It is said in songs that it gleamed ever in the dark if foes approached, and the fortress of the dwarves could not be taken by surprise. There now Dain son of Nain took up his abode, and he became King under the Mountain, and in time many other dwarves gathered to his throne in the ancient halls. Of the twelve companions of Thorin, ten remained. Fili and Kili had fallen defending him with shield and body, for he was their mother’s elder brother. The others remained with Dain; for Dain dealt his treasure well.