its faith



The more time I spend with her the less time I spend worrying about “not wanting other people to look at her the way I look at her” because it’s not possible for anyone to look at her the way that I do. Nobody has gotten to see the sides of her that I have or learned about her the way that I have and I thank god every day for the experiences she’s given me. I fall more in love when I don’t even think it’s possible to fall any deeper. She truly is an amazing woman and I can’t wait to continue learning about her.

I love Sanvers but Kara and Alex are meant to be the most important relationship in this show?

So the propping up of Maggie’s romantic feelings for Alex, after a few months, to seem just as powerful as Kara’s for Alex- when already Alex and Kara have been separate and out of sync all season- feels like more “a drop of romantic love is more powerful than a sea of non-romantic love” cw-like nonsense that shouldn’t really be celebrated, even if it’s for a healthy lesbian relationship.

When Alex let J’onn and Mon-El traveled across universes to save Kara without her, we were like “????????”. Not just because of Mon-El, but because Alex should be the one to take care of and make the decisions for Kara when her life is in danger.

Her sister, not the romantic interest.

The fact that the romantic interest is Actually Healthy for Alex doesn’t mean that she’s on the same level as Kara. On a different show, maybe. Some shows feature sisters that aren’t this close. Some shows feature sisters that are actually bad for each other to be around. 

But not Supergirl. Supergirl is about the Danvers sisters. 

Well… it’s supposed to be.

Draco is definitely not gay, part four.
  • Draco: Saw the pictures in the paper, Potter. How delightfully humiliating that you could still be so oblivious after all this time.
  • Harry: They were hiding in my shrubs under multiple concealment charms, Malfoy.
  • Draco: You didn't notice four different photographers from four different papers hiding in your shrubs while you wandered around your home starkers. I wish I found that more difficult to believe. They took 72 photos!
  • Harry: Did you... Buy all four papers? And... count out the photos?
  • Draco, studying his fingernails: Why you insist on pulling me into these frightfully boring conversations, I'll never understand. You can go now.
  • Harry: You're in my office!
It didn't really hit home until I went to bed that night that they all died in that final battle...

Because, at the end of it all we get to see the sun finally rise after 10 years of night. We see Umbra waking up in front of the Citadel at first light

But we don’t see the remaining Chocobros at all, not even the sound of footsteps from any of them.

I was half expecting Gladio, Ignis, and Prompto at least appear on screen at the end welcoming the sunrise in Insomnia with Umbra. Or at least any of the trio showing up at at all.

So let me explain my thoughts because this is going to be a mess of a ride for me. Plus, I’m writing this for closure, this game left me a sobbing mess 

I was so caught up in the moment when Noctis and Ardyn were in the crystal that this moment right here: 

Didn’t hit me like it should until later that night. 

At first you would think it was all simply symbolism, essentially Noctis projecting all the people that meant the most to him appearing in his final moments. In a way: it is; but not in a way that I thought at first.

But then it hit me, what if Gladio, Ignis, and Prompto are in there not because Noctis is thinking of them in spirit, but they are literally there in spirit?

Oh shit this is the part where I’m going to end up dead inside

Let’s all remember that Noctis, being the King of Kings is the only one allowed within the Crystal, and no one else. So Noctis has to absorb the 13 Kings of Lucis in order to take them with him within the Crystal. Because the Kings can’t go inside the Crystal by themselves, they needed Noctis as a vessel to get in.

And they did that through this soul crushing scene right here

Noct took the Kings with him via the Armiger, hence their presence in the Crystal.

so apparently you’ve been collecting weapons that will ultimately kill you in the end thanks dad

Luna’s presence makes sense too because her Trident is a part of his Armiger after receiving it from Gentiana/Shiva.

But remember: the Thirteen Kings of Lucis and Luna are all dead and that is their souls appearing within the Crystal

So what does that mean for the rest of our quartet?

They died in battle after Noctis ascended the throne, and the reason why the three appeared within the Crystal is because of this scene here

I don’t know about you guys but there was no way I was going to let Noctis leave the mortal plane without something to remind him of the more innocent part of his life so I picked Prompto’s first group pic:

I have a feeling most of us are sentimental fucks and probably picked one with all four of them in it too

So the game relied on its faith in us, the players, to pick a photo with the four of them present to some capacity. So when Ignis, Gladio, and Prompto died in battle, their souls followed Noctis along in the Crystal through his memento.

Long story short: 

Gladio, Ignis, and Prompto were with Noctis even in spirit till the very end.

ie:  All my boyfriends are dead and so am I

Because this scene right here

Was the battle that ultimately kills the three of them.

4x11 Theory

Next week will be the turning point for Clarke. The writers said that this season is about Clarke letting go of the “I have to save everyone” thing and about her leaning on her friends to help save everyone. She’s still trying to save everyone by herself. She’s still trying to lead like L. Next week, when she’s got that gun shakily pointed at her best friend, her soulmate, her partner, that’s when she’s finally going to break. That is rock bottom.  And Bellamy is going to be the one who picks her back up. Bellamy is going to be the one who finally makes her see that L’s way was the wrong way. Bellamy is going to be the one to save her from herself. 

Bellamy is the key to everything. 


When Magnus and Percy meet, I want Percy to just go “So you’re the newest victim of a prophecy. Lemme tell you this now - them gods will never leave you alone.”
“Percy that’s not encouraging.”
“I’m just giving him the cold, hard truth. You’re screwed Magnus. There is no way out of this.”

Maybe love is breathing. Maybe love comes quietly. Maybe love has steady hands, doesn’t talk much, finds solace, sleeps well. Maybe love is not hungry. Between every inhale, that pause, that falling chest. Maybe love is warm, and a little tired, and doesn’t want to go out in the cold today, even if the mail has arrived. Maybe love is abundant. Maybe love is unconcerned with proving its points. Maybe love has no chorus, maybe love encompasses. Maybe love is 70% water and idly wonders how it will die, all the while feeling that it won’t die, not really. Maybe love feels it has time. Maybe love moves like warm things move in their beds, safe and not entirely awake, adoring its own softness. Maybe love intends to be soft. Maybe love reaches for another blanket. Maybe love likes snow days. Maybe love stretches and feels its bones crack and sighs, rubbing itself, taking care. Maybe love is grateful. Maybe love radiates. Maybe love hums. Maybe love wears thick socks. Maybe love is a yellow light in a familiar room. Maybe love tells itself, knows itself by heart. Maybe love remembers you.
—  Benjamin Clime, Winter Letters.