Jimin is a century old vampire who comes across newly turned Jungkook. He remembers the days of terrible wars, when humans were turned left and right and left alone to deal with the pain themselves. And the thirst.
But these days, it’s very rare for a newborn to be abandoned. Jimin finds Kookie passed out in a Park, half dead and still bleeding from the neck. But there’s also blood in his mouth. Vampire blood. Jimin picks him up and carried him back to his apartment he shares with his coven.
It’s night, and none of them are home, so he lays Kookie down in his room and cleans him up. Kookie will seize up at random, the burn of vampire venom rushing through his veins. His mouth opens and closes in silent screams. Jimin sits beside his bed, holding Kookie’s hand in his, praying the transformation will end soon.
He’s an old vampire, but the pain of transformation still makes him squirm, and especially to this young boy. He is indeed beautiful, Jimin admits, and it makes the pain on his face when he scrunches it up that much harder for Jimin to deal with.
The rest of his coven files in, one by one, as they come home. The sun is just breaking the clouds when Kookie’s breath finally evens out, and his eyes open a few moments later. He’s confused as hell, and scared, and thirsty, but Jimin smiles warmly at him, and introduces himself. Kookie immediately notices his dull red eyes, almost burgundy. Not a human blood drinker then ( those that drink human blood have bright, almost glowing red eyes). That explains why they can live in the city, Kookie thinks.
Jimin is the oldest, but he isn’t the leader. That’s, of course, Namjoon. Namjoon helps Kookie learn the ropes, and accepts him into the coven, but it’s Jimin who he comes to when he has questions, problems, doubts, fears. It’s Jimin’s bed he climbs into during the day and Jimin he sleeps next to.
A few months later, the other coven members aren’t surprised when the two emerge from their room with mate marks on their necks.
You know, I’ll be the first one to admit that Lost Girl wasn’t perfect. In some regards, it wasn’t even good. But after experiencing the toxicity of fandom now a days, I find myself missing the good old days of the Valkubus vs Doccubus shipping wars (which were bad I know, but not this bad) while we both sidelined DyBo, all cried over Kale, and all admit that Tamsin deserved better.
With Hawaii Five-O mentioning Danny considering retirement in this last episode, I can’t help but wonder if this is the producers’ way of telling us that it’s the final season? They wouldn’t introduce something like that if they aren’t going to come back to it again later (it’ll obviously be something Steve will bring up again, since he is so VERY CLEARLY UPSET ABOUT THE IDEA). So what else could their endgame here be?
I just hope, if this is the final season, that they finally let McDanno discover their true and undying love for each other and give us the on-screen kiss we all they deserve.
Though knowing this show, they’ll probably call each other “bro” after…
lol the concept of dan and phil referring to the place they share together as ‘home’ and where their parents’ live as ‘my parents’ place’ or ‘my parents’ house’ is something that fucks me up every day because they say it so off-handedly and so naturally like…they made a home out of shitty furnitures that they haven’t bothered to change since 2012 and candles and houseplants and plushies and dvds and videogames and photos and paintings and little cracks on the floor and countless of mugs and colorful bright decoration and things that remind the other of each other like what the fuck dan and phil have a home together in london dan and phil have each other as a home what kind of government bullshit is this