Everyone writes about Werewolf!McCree, and I love it, but I tried my hand at Werewolf!Hanzo. It… got a bit out of hand.
branched into the wolf’s domain. It was not a place that wanderers could merely
find themselves after a single missed turn or misread sign. This was the heart
of the unsettled land, secluded, safe. People did not come here on their
morning walks; beautiful as it was, it was simply not the place for man.
wandered here possessed kind souls, not this distance from the beaten path
through the forest. Those that meandered these grounds with a weapon in hand were
only looking for trouble, and, most often, they would find it. The warnings
posted at every entrance to the forest that bid travelers be wary were not
decorations meant to be admired and forgotten. Those that freely disobeyed
these warnings would come to regret their actions in time.
On some level I do find it amusing that obviously the Romeo and Juliet dynamic they wanted all of us to ship was Mon-El x Kara. I mean, it makes sense to a degree. Mon-El is probably the prince of Daxam and Kara is something akin to the same thing on Krypton. And Daxam and Krypton are sort of mortal enemies. But instead the Romeo and Juliet dynamic we all latched onto instead was Lena x Kara. A Luthor and a Super.
It’s not about that. It just that he doesn’t get to decide how we, the viewers, interpret his character or his character’s actions, relationships and feelings.
So: Destiel is real. As long as people see it, it exists. Even if it is not validated by an actor, there are countless moments that can be, objectively, interpreted as romantic between Cas and Dean. If Cas were in a female vessel, no one would even question it.
“You’re not crazy.” (Misha Collins in regards to that matter)
And if Jensen is embarrased that his gigantic crush on Misha somehow bleed over into his acting, than that’s his problem. The underlying romantic tones in that relationship have been written into the scripts and DO exist.
So I will glady keep shipping those two idots, who are, as I see and interpret it, in love, and hope that Jensen’s determination to devalidate Destiel isn’t impacting the relationship between Cas and Dean on screen. (Like it has been the case, imo, during the last few seasons)