every single character in your room. All of them. Every single one you have ever read about, watched, imagined, created. All of them putting you to sleep. All of them surrounding your bed and protecting you from all harm with whatever kind of weapon or defense technique they have. They are all there for you. You are safe. And I think that is very very comforting to think about.
Rest In Peace Carrie Fisher
(October 21, 1956 – December 27, 2016)
“One of the great things to pretend is that you’re not only alright, you’re in great shape. Now to have that come true - I’ve actually gone on stage depressed and that’s worked its magic on me, ‘cause if I can convince you that I’m alright, then maybe I can convince me.”
SW Fanboys: I love Ahsoka, but I’m disappointed she didn’t die, it would have had more impact. (TCW version)
SW Fanboys: I love Ahsoka, but I’m disappointed she didn’t die, it would have had more impact. (Rebels version)
SW Fanboys: I love Aphra, but I’m disappointed she didn’t die, it would have had more impact.
SW Fanboys: Jyn Erso needs to die if Rogue One is to have the proper impact.
SW Fanboys: I love Sana Starros but she is going to have to die to clear the way for Han and Leia to get together (yes I saw someone say this)
I’m so glad the male SW fandom is embracing all these excellent female characters we’re getting, but what an amazing coincidence that they think the best use for these characters is to die. Usually to further a male characters character development.
Even though Slytherins are the ambitious folk, there are still those times when they feel as if they just don’t want to get up and continue, but that’s when they hiss at themselves and get up and continue to their goal.