one of their most underrated scenes imo

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LWD & SKOP CHALLENGE » day 12 | favorite OT6 underappreciated quote scene

     I’m waiting for what I guess will be chocolate chip waffles. The last plate drops in front of Lo, a breakfast burrito with hash browns, his hunger apparent as he immediately takes a bite.
     They forgot to order for me, I guess.
     […]
     I trail off as a waiter appears, a plate in his hand. The minute it rests in front of me, I start crying.
     It’s a slice of chocolate cake.
     Lily scoots against my side and she says, “Cake fixes everything, remember?” I smile through my tears. I remember.
     “Thank you,” I whisper. How silly, to think my sisters would forget about me. They haven’t.
     Not in a long, long time.

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I think one of my favorite moments in Wizard101 is when we fight Cyrus Drake so that we can move onto Dragonspyre. Like, I’ve always considered that one of the more climatic moments in the storyline, because it really shows the development of so many important parts of the storyline. The fight against Cyrus shows that you’ve surpassed one of Ravenwood’s greatest teachers, and that you’ve come a long way from the scared novice fighting their way through Unicorn Way. It’s also a moment of character development for our wizard, because every aspect of the battle is very serious; the dialogue, the music, the story leading up to that point, etc which shows how quickly we’ve had to mature. Battling Cyrus is as close as you’ve gotten to fighting Malistaire up to this point. The battle scene is also a moment of development for Cyrus; I think it’s when he first realizes that he’s actually training the wizard that’s going to kill his brother, and more importantly, I think it’s the moment when he puts aside any misgivings or lingering shreds of sympathy for his brother and realizes that he’s going to do anything he can to stop him. At this point, when you defeat Cyrus, I think it’s climatic because Cyrus stops seeing you as a kid, and your wizard stops seeing themselves as one too. It’s no longer fun and games, and at this point the reality that fighting Malistaire and saving the world rests only on you really sets in. 

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1x15 Part 2

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Now this is a very ‘underrated’ scene. IMO it’s one of the most important scenes that helped strengthen Oliver&Felicity’s bond.

1- This is basically their first 'make up’ scene.

2- Diggle is there to make sure Felicity won’t reveal Oliver’s secret but Oliver is there only to convince her to come back to the team. Bcoz he already trusts Felicity enough to know she wouldn’t say a word to anyone. This is important you guys! As someone who couldn’t tell his secret to his family, his best friend and even to his so called/past-time love of his life, Oliver puts his whole trust in Felicity Smoak, a girl he met just a few weeks ago!

5- We all know back in season 1 Oliver was not the kind of guy who apologized often or accepted that he’s wrong. But here he is telling her that he made a mistake.

6- While they were listening to the news about The Dodger and Diggle tells them about this new villan, Oliver’s watching Felicity very carefully. And then she goes “Oh this psycho is in town? Too bad he isn’t on your list!!!” BURRNN!

Watching Felicity’s reactions, Oliver understood that Felicity wouldn’t join the team again unless she believed that he was ready to do some good for the city. The great thing is, -thanks to her- Oliver also realized he could do this. He could be more than a guy who’s back to his hometown for revenge.

So he goes “I can make an exception. Why don’t you help us catch him?”

He wants her on his team as a friend and this scene also makes me think that if Felicity were to leave the team for good after they saved Walter, Oliver would have found a way to bring her back. Bcoz even back then, she became an important figure in his life that he’s not willing to give up.