Still bitter about what could have been if the Darlings and the rest of the gang weren’t pushed aside as secondary characters or completely discarded. I mean they would have been amazing, with stuff like Tiger and Peter fighting for Wendy and Rufio just being a dork who finds everything funny
I was about to do another DarlingPan Social Media (requested) then I wanted to show more characters Instagram, and I was just going to do Tigerlily, Wendy, Peter and Tink but it got outta hand and it wouldn’t all fit in the social media, so I put it here, and now I gotta finish the soical media for DarlingPan
Last night at the Great Company in downtown LA for #WeOwnthe8th amazing fucking Beau Sia orchestrated a near cinematic birthday surprise for Dante Basco (who’s turning thirteen in case anyone was wondering). My boy Rudy Ao created the fantastic image above of Jake Long, Rufio and Prince Zuko in honor of this fantastic man. I think Darion said it best - “Your light casts no shadow.” Dante is an illuminator. Glad to know him. Happy birthday, rufiozuko.
Tavros has a rare mutation which gives him a lifespan similar to that of a highblood. Nitrams are just prone to weird stuff, apparently.
On Alternia this never came up ‘cause he died aged six, but on Beforus he was actually pretty famous for his lifespan. People often wondered if he was lying about his blood, or whether it was even the same guy.
Over time, his seemingly eternal youth earnt him the nickname of the Lost Pupa. Even after his passing (probably in some epic way) the Lost Pupa became a figure of myth and folklore - a lowblood who was said to be immortal.
The impact of the Lost Pupa myth was such that it persisted after the Scratch in the stories of “Pupa Pan”, leading to the creation on Earth of “Peter Pan”.
All that time, Tavros was looking up to and pretending to be himself.
“I am just one of many actors that you have worked with and you have changed their lives and I am just one of the millions of people around the world that will forever miss you. Rest in peace, Robin. See you in Neverland.” – Dante Basco, Rufio (Hook)