we also need to talk about what magnus’ spellbook implies which is that he’s singlehandedly created hundreds if not thousands of spells and that these are spells unique to him. meaning he’s the only one who can both cast and undo them, except for what he may have chosen to share to a select few. and that these are likely the spells warding the Institute, but not only that, the Clave is probably relying on many other spells he’s created.
basically what i’m saying is magnus bane has the greatest insurance policy ever because if he goes, all of his spells go with him.
Five years have passed. They launch the rocket back down to Earth, and Clarke is there to greet them. She watches with tears in here eyes as they all step out of the ship one by one.
Bellamy doesn’t skip a beat, racing towards her and wrapping her tightly in his arms. She sinks into his embrace, elated to have his arms around her again.
Too soon he pulls back, his hands coming to the clasps around his throat to release his helmet.
“Wait,” Clarke says, her voice thick. “The air could still be toxic."
The plan was to bring them all to the island and give them the nightblood treatments anyway, just to be safe.
"If the air’s toxic, I’m dead anyway,” Bellamy says, pulling off his helmet with a smirk. His hair is a mess, as she expected it to be. “I only have five minutes of oxygen left, Princess, and I’ll be damned if I die without doing this."
He tosses his helmet to the ground, and before she can say anything else he grabs her around the waist and pulls her close again. Clarke just manages to wind her fingers through his unruly curls before his lips descend on hers, and all she can think is:
Saw the trailer for “Everything, Everything,” and if people could stop equating disabilities to having no life, that’d be great. The character is depicted to have a condition that causes her to stay inside because it’d harm her medically to be exposed to the outside environment because she’s immuno-compromised. Spoiler alert: she has no illness or disability! She can go outside and live her life! Heaven forbid a character have a disability and live a happy life.
What I’m saying is this: we do not need a cure to have a happy ending. I am disabled, and happy, and those two things are not mutually exclusive.
did u hear about the malec spoilers ppl saying there is a fight?? what do u think
I DID the info is a little all over the place and i got a glimpse of what ppl were talking about. TBH i am pretty intrigued because if it’s taking place how I think and if the context that was provided for the line is true, then I can really see Magnus telling Alec to get out over the incident with the Shadowhunters being killed and the Downworlders being so angry because Alec doesn’t get it why this is happening – this oppressive conflict that’s been going on for centuries.
This is what I really, really hope is going to be addressed in 2B and while I don’t…quite trust that they’ll do it or do it well, based on this tidbit it looks promising? But it’s impossible to tell from such little information. Anyway, my ideal scenario is for them to show that while Alec and Magnus are in fact in a very loving relationship, there’s still a world of racial politics that divides them and a lot that Alec doesn’t get (understandable, considering the society he was raised in, but equally understandable for Magnus to get upset about it and/or call Alec out on it).
As someone in an interracial relationship, we really do navigate these conversations and situations as part of it. So I think it would be really important to see it played out thoughtfully on screen and to show that if you’re in a loving relationship with someone – esp someone who holds privilege over you – you have every right to call them out on their privilege and be heard. And if your partner is respectful and caring and genuinely loves you, they’ll listen and learn better.
Couple of notes on the official CR translation of ch 93
-Kodansha seems to have backtracked on their “Attack Titan” translation in ch 88 and 89, as Eren’s titan is referred to as the “Attacking Titan” twice, or simply the “Attacker” (similar to the Founding titan and “founder” in ch 91)
-The mangastream translation already suggested this, but it appears that Falco and Colt are both the descendants of Grice, the dead restorationist, sharing his last name.
-Mads Mikkelsen is in fact no Admiral or Marshal, but a General.
-Galliards nickname used by Pieck appears to be “Pock”
-Zeke seems to have rejected his “Jaeger” name entirely. Whereas Reiner is referred to as “Mister Braun” by the cadets (matching the Japanese suffix), Colt calls his superior “Mister Zeke”, using his first name. Furthermore, Zeke describes himself as the “former son of Grisha Jaeger” during the meeting, implying once more he seems to have abandoned his lineage entirely. (I have some more thoughts on the subject here if you’re interested)
-Zeke is called the “boy wonder” and I will never get this image out of my head