What’s in your bag beard - Albus Dumbledore Edition
Dumbledore: I heard there was this new trend at my school, that everyone shows what they’re carrying around every day. Since I am the headmaster, I thought I should join in.
Dumbledore: They taste like liquid Sugar.
Dumbledore: Let’s go on.
Dumbledore: Another thing that’s very important to me:
Dumbledore: Music can be quite useful to ease up a tense situation. I want to introduce you to someone.
Dumbledore: Obviously, a school as big as Hogwarts needs a lot of money, so it’s always good to have a Niffler or two with you. Let me look for more.
Dumbledore: What the fuck is this?
Dumbledore: How could I forget about this?!
Dumbledore: Baby shoes. Not at all for nostalgic reasons
Dumbledore: Look how tiny they are!
((OOC: Dumbledore out. In the usual Sami-style I’m late to the party. But you know? Save the best for last ;) Luckily my thread will probably not be the last of this series Anyway special thanks to @kapitan5o for having this amazing idea! And my admiration to everyone who did this so far, y’all were incredibly creative! Now I’ll shut up))
Ok, so you know the post about Vanitas and Noé arguing?
Building off of that, MAYBE, just maybe…
Noé got upset (the first time) because he’s seen that face before.
Noé compares Vanitas’s face when he’s angry at Noé for protecting him in Chapter 15 to the dead-eyed look in Chapter 11. Noé has identified this face, it’s the “i’m angry at Noé for protecting me (probably because I don’t want him to get hurt but not that Noé knows this part)” face.
So then, he sees something similar here.
It takes him a moment to recognize it.
And he yells, at first not in anger but in recognition of “that face”. The “don’t protect me” face. Or the “I’m trying to protect you” face.
Maybe this shows that Noé knows that Vanitas knows that there’s more to this story, and that he’s trying to save face-or protect Noé- by not telling it.