Hehehe I have been watching too many english detectives as of late, which has now resulted in me ignoring my finals in favour of writing truely terrible kidnap fanfiction. Like, it is awful. Wayyyyyy too much drama, I feel like I’m writing a soap opera, lol.
Do you guys want me to share the drama or shall I keep this embarresing brain fart to myself?
This is gonna sound weird but do you ever like. Watch a show and then you pause it to like, imagine a scenario if this character suddenly showed up, or if things went this way instead of the original way, because I do all the time and it takes me 40 minutes to watch a 20 minute show because I keep pausing it to THINK STUFF UP WITH MY OVERACTIVE IMAGINATION
[SH:R] The passing of the eclipse for Wang So and Hae Soo
I may be one of the few who…actually really enjoyed the way the events unfolded in Moon Lovers/Scarlet Heart Ryeo episode 18. I’ve felt for a long time now that Hae Soo and Wang So’s characters could only ever find happiness in the future. Hae Soo herself is completely incompatible with a brutal historical past, and she isn’t enough of a scholar to understand that the people of that time cannot be merciful in the modern sense.
I have a lot of thoughts, so I’ll just break ‘em down and see how it goes from there. Not sure how coherent this post’ll be, but I’ve put it below the cut in case it gets lengthy.
It wasn’t supposed to rain today. Sunny skies and warmth had been all that was predicted. Yet here they are, stuck in a sudden (and freezing) downpour. She should have brought an umbrella. Or at least a jacket. Sooyeon sighs, annoyed, but presses a little closer to him to keep warm, “Sorry about this. I swear it was supposed to be a nice day.” She mutters, frowning, “I promise I’ll make it up to you eventually.” Leaning up, she lightly presses her lips to his cheek. Nothing much, just a little act of apology, “Are you upset?”
The Tangled-Inspired one-shot I mentioned yesterday.
It seems that writing angst after the last chapter is required.
From the moment Natsu touched down at the guild to the horror unfolding in front of her, Lucy had known something was wrong. He was too quiet, too distant.
And his eyes.
Oh, his eyes.
They were shattered things, and for once those wild flecks of color–mostly greens and golds–in his irises seemed to be broken glass instead of a beautiful mosaic. She wanted, desperately, to sit him down, patch his wounds and ask what was wrong. She had to know what had put that awful look in his eyes. What had made Happy a crying ball of fur, inconsolable by anyone. She wanted the world to go away, for Zeref’s army to simply fade so she could just have five uninterrupted minutes.
As it was, she didn’t get five seconds. With Wendy on her to support Lamia Scale and Mermaid Heel, Porlyusica took over healing duties. She shoved the remaining guild members aside, dumped Happy into Lucy’s arms and barked out orders to give the boy some space.
That didn’t stop anyone from peppering Natsu with questions, but nothing made Natsu even flinch. His eyes were fixed to the ground, and it was like he couldn’t hear anyone. THe questions slowly tapered off, until a thick, uncomfortable silence settled over them. Dread chilled bones, and fear caused limbs to shake and sweat to bead.
Do you consider deleted scenes from star wars to be canon?
Well that depends anon. I have an extremely rigorous process for determining whether or not a given deleted scene is canon. And that process is:
Do I like it or not?
LOL okay but seriously. I usually consider deleted scenes to be apocrypha, partly because I do like some of them a lot, but several of them are also flatly contradicted by canon in its final form. And in other cases they conflict with each other.
So, for example: in ROTS, Shaak Ti has two different death scenes, both of which were cut from the final movie. But they were also both filmed, and you can watch both cut scenes. In one, she’s on the Invisible Hand at the beginning of the movie and is killed by Grievous. In the other, she’s killed by Anakin during the storming of the Temple. Which, if either, is accurate?
Then there’s something like the cut scenes with Padme’s family in AOTC. Now, on the one hand I like the idea of Padme’s family. And they do actually appear in the final film of ROTS. But I’m not wild about the specifics of those scenes. They read far too much like a modern (and rather traditional) USAmerican family, and the dynamics don’t actually make sense for the GFFA. And Padme’s parents, in particular, act more like their daughter is a traveling performer who should settle down, rather than the former Queen and current Senator of their planet. It’s honestly weird to watch.
So in that case, I generally take as canon the fact that Padme’s parents are named Jobal and Ruwee, and she has a sister named Sola and two nieces named Ryoo and Pooja, but I don’t bother much with the specifics of those scenes, and my headcanon for the family relationships looks quite a bit different than what we see in those scenes.
And then there’s something like the cut scenes in ROTS which show the birth of the Rebel Alliance - those I generally take as canon, because they really should have been in the movie, and it honestly doesn’t even fully make sense without them.