“What about Clarke’s/ALIE’s line about “Too many people”? You could combine it with Clarke’s desperation (the list of people and her outburst) in contrast to ALIE’s indifference (the launching of the nuclear bombs)”
“Surrendered destroyers, submarines, and other ships of the Japanese Navy moored at Kure after the end of World War II, circa October 1945. Ships include: destroyers, Hanazuki, Natsuzuki, Harutsuki, Yoizuki, Yukaze; submarines, I-47, I-36, I-402, I-203, I-58, I-53. Description: Courtesy of Chief Photographer’s Mate John Lee Highfill (retired).”
Stiles has a magical thingamajig that’s supposed to get him out of danger. Trouble is, it took him really, really far out of danger. Like, to the point where he isn’t in the same universe anymore.
“A part of Stiles had been thinking that he’d come home, and just go, ‘hey, Derek, are we mates and you just haven’t said anything about it?’ and Derek would reply, ‘now you mention it, we are indeed! Now come to my bedchamber, where we will have super hot sex and then cuddle after!’”
Derek plans to spend the rest of his life holed up in the woods after Laura dies. Then he meets a stubborn young fox, and the stubborn young fox meets an urn of Deaton’s magic powder, and his plans change.