With all due respect, but I love Jung Hoseok. My whole heart beats for him. He is my absolute everything—no matter how cliche that sounds—and I would do everything for him. My heart; she beats; she belongs; she aches, all for him. My whole heart really does belong to him, huh. I love you, Jung Hoseok.
Which ship do you prefer? Nessian, Elriel, ElainxLucien (its late, i forgot the ship name mybad) or Feysand? My heart belongs to my kids Nessian personally but I was just wondering about other people. ♡
Out of those, I’m currently obsessed with elucien. I really like nessian, I have enjoyed writing Lionhearted, but I love the potential of elucien. This has a lot to do with having read a ton of Victorian and romantic literature (as in romanticism, not romance), and feeling like they would work so well in that time period. Hence me writing a chapter a day of This Darkness We Know.
I feel like feysand is good, I like them in canon, but writing them in fanfiction to me is a bit dull… unless I am making a total farce of it (e.g. the bodyswap fic) or putting them in this extreme AU. For example, I might have a serial killer AU in the works. :D
I’m really not much of a fan of el/riel, for reasons that go far back, but at this point I also don’t care enough to dislike it. I had legit, principled reasons, but also… I dunno, I just don’t care anymore.
I used to ship moriel with the light of a thousand burning suns and nothing has replaced that yet… which makes me a bit sad.
I am just one of many who feel personally attacked by this character and his design :I;;;; enjoyed adorable Dream Daddy, and I have always been incredibly awed & inspired by Shanen/epsee’s artwork, so this is that put together ^-^
“Does he look like a killer?” She was watching Cassian and Bodhi descend into the mud when she heard Chirrut’s voice. She turned to look and saw he was speaking to Baze. “No,” Baze said, after a moment of thought. “He has the face of a friend.” “Who are you talking about?” she asked. Baze eyed her appraisingly. “Captain Andor,” he said, flat. – Alexander Freed, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization