And so, from being created in his likeness, to being banished for wanting to be too much like him, we were cast out, and the garden of Eden transformed in to the garden of Evil. Los Angeles, The city of Angels, A land of Gods and Monsters, The in-between realm where only the choices made from your free will, will decide your souls final fate Some poets called it the entrance to the Underworld, but on some summer nights, it could feel like Paradise, Paradise Lost.
Aries: Hunger Games
Taurus: National Treasure
Gemini: High School Musical
Cancer: Napoleon Dynamite
Leo: Mean Girls
Virgo: Herby Fully Loaded
Scorpio: 50 Shades Of Grey
Sagittarius: Perks of being a Wallflower
Capricorn: Sherlock Holmes
Aquarius: War of the Worlds
Pisces: Pineapple Express
Write a scene in which one of your characters behaves in a self-destructive manner. What has brought on this self-destructive behavior? Is this new for the character or does this character have a history of this type of behavior? How do those around the character react? Is the character taking violent actions against themselves? Or is it something subtler like setting himself up for failure or self-deprecating comments? Can the character turn this behavior around or will he succeed in reaching his own destruction?
Quote that they each would like or maybe relate to?
You asked me for quotes. What I’m giving you is Hamilton quotes that I relate with these characters cause that’s all I listen to and know these days. So I hope that’s okay.
Eren: I know that we can win. I know that greatness lies in you. But remember from here on in, history has its eyes on you.
Mikasa: There are moments that the words don’t reach. There is suffering too terrible to name. You hold your child as tight as you can, and push away the unimaginable. The moments when you’re in so deep, it feels easier to just swim down. The Hamiltons move uptown, and learn to live with the unimaginable.
Armin: Let me tell you what I wish I’d known when I was young and dreamed of glory: you have no control who lives, who dies, who tells your story.
Jean: I am the one thing in life I can control. I am indomitable, I am an original. I am not falling behind or running late; I am not standing still, I am lying in wait.
Marco: I want to sit under my own vine and fig tree, a moment alone in the shade, at home in this nation we’ve made. One last time.
Annie: I’m erasing myself from the narrative. Let future historians wonder how Eliza reacted when you broke her heart. You have torn it all apart; I’m watching it burn.
Reiner: If they tell my story I am either gonna die on the battlefield in glory or rise up.
Bertholdt: I imagine death so much it feels more like a memory. When’s it gonna get me? In my sleep, seven feet ahead of me? If I see it coming do I run or do I let it be? Is it like a beat without a melody?
Sasha: Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now.
Connie: I may not live to see our glory but I will gladly join the fight. And when our children tell our story, they’ll tell the story of tonight.
Historia: Let me be a part of the narrative, in the story they will write someday. Let this moment be the first chapter where you decide to stay and I could be enough. And we could be enough. That would be enough.
Ymir: I know my sister like I know my own mind, you will never find anyone as trusting or as kind. I love my sister more than anything in this life, I will choose her happiness over mine every time.