spoiler allegiant

“You’re still the same person you were yesterday and the day before, no matter what these people say about it.“

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Huge Allegiant spoilers in case you haven’t read it!

For: @relientsk

Imagine: Being in love with Four, and comforting him after Tris’ death.

All your life you’ve lived outside the fence, watching the lives of members of the factions in Chicago. At age 15, you joined your parents as a worker in the control room of the Bureau, one person in particular caught your eye during your shifts. Your heart hurt at the sight of poor little Tobias Eaton being beaten by his father in his home in Abnegation. You watched the change happen in Tobias over the one and half years before he transferred, it almost seems that he was preparing himself to transfer. You were surprised when he had chosen Dauntless, however this made you even more attracted to him, you had never met this guy, but you watched his life, you watched him go from Tobias, a timid, beaten, Abnegation boy, to Four, a strong man, who was one of the most courageous people you’d ever seen. In all honesty, you had fallen in love with Tobias, and you had fallen hard. So hard, that you were completely heartbroken when you had to watch him and Tris share their first kiss, when you had to watch him fall in love with another girl.

Now he stood in front of you, alongside Tris, Christina, Peter, and a few others, and you didn’t know whether to feel excited that he was here, in front of you, or to be jealous that he was here with Tris.

Over the course of a few months, you and Tobias became close friends, since you already knew him so well, he wasn’t afraid to open up to you. Tris clearly didn’t like that you spent time with her boyfriend, but you could see how much they loved each other, you never had the intention of getting between the two of them. Sometimes it really hurt seeing them together, but you were happy because Tobias was happy.

After the death of Uriah, Tobias had gone back inside the fence, along with Peter, in order to execute some sort of plan with his mother and father. Here, Caleb was supposed to go into the weapons lab, however, Tris decided to go in his place. Tris survived the death serum, but was shot my David. Once Tobias came back, he was absolutely devastated.

A year has passed since Tris’ death. Tobias decided to continue living outside the fence with frequent visits inside. You currently sit with him on the balcony of your apartment. A month ago you and Tobias had shared your first kiss on this balcony, you were madly in love with Tobias, and he really did like you, but he obviously still had a large place in his heart for Tris, and no matter how much he wanted to be with you, he couldn’t help but feel guilty. Though she was gone, he still felt like he was betraying her.

You take his hand and both of you just stare off into the distance, watching the sunset for a while; it is actually quite peaceful, you finally decided to break the silence, “You thinking about her?”

“N-no, I’m not,” He lies, you sigh.

“Tobias, I know you still miss her, you don’t need to lie to me.”

“I’m sorry Y/N, but I really can’t stop thinking about her,” He looks down, unable to make eye contact with you.

“It’s okay Tobias. I want you to know that I’m still the same Y/N that I was when you first came here, you can still open up to me and talk to me. I know you miss her Tobias, I know that you’ll always have a special place in your heart for Tris, I understand that,” He still refuses to look at you and you sigh, “I also know that I will never be Tris, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t love you. This is something that I didn’t tell you. The first time I saw you were when you were 15, I instantly wanted to get to know you better, and at some point within the time that I started working to the time that you transferred, I fell in love with you. I’ve been in love with you for the past three and a half years.”

He finally looks up to you, “W-what, I know you had feelings for me, but I never thought they were that deep?”

“I know I sound dumb, but I really love and care about you, all that I ever want is for you to be happy. I know Tris is gone, and I know that you’ll never forget her, but would she too have wanted you to move on? How do you think she would feel seeing you mope around like this? Even if I’m not the one that you make you the happiest, I don’t care if moving on means being with someone else. I love you Tobias, and that means that I want you to be happy.” Tobias instantly leans in and kisses you passionately.

“I love you to Y/N, and I want to be with you, I just need a little more time,” You move closer to him and he wraps his arms around you.

“I know Toby, I know, and I’ll always be here if you need me.”  

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“The wind stings my eyes but I force them open, and in my moment of blind panic I understand why she did it this way, face-first - It was because it made her feel like she was flying, like she was a bird.”

“The fact that they changed Peter’s story ruined the Allegiant movie for me. Peter was my favorite in the books and it sucks so bad that they fucked his character up. Plus, now, everyone hate him…”

Thoughts about ALLEGIANCE from a Japanese-American

(No spoilers) Really emotional about Allegiance right now… I knew it was going to be really personal to me, but I didn’t know exactly HOW personal. Even though I barely knew anything about the Japanese internment camps before college and didn’t have any family in the US until the 1980s, I related to so much of it. It really felt like a show for me, and I’ve never felt like this for a form of media ever. The Japanese language and other cultural items was utilized very effectively. I saw my own younger brother in Sammy (more American than Japanese) and myself in Kei (equally Japanese and American). I saw my parents in Tatsuo and Ojiichan (which made some scenes so much more powerful for me). I’ve also NEVER cried this much at a musical. (As much as I love sad musicals, I never cry at them.) I still find myself crying thinking about Allegiance. I’m so sad it had a short life on Broadway, but I’m so glad George Takei got a chance to tell his story, and I hope this show has a long life after Broadway.