A/N: This was fun. Now if you don’t mind, Imma go cry over the fact that he isn’t my boyfriend.
@ him: Stop it
@ him: Why are you so cute?
@ him: Stop it
@ him: Do you honestly think your aegyo would work? // It works. Every damn time.
“I’m going to warn you beforehand that if anything scary ever pops up, I will run and leave you behind. Just saying.”
He’d constantly tell you stories about Thailand and you’d know that it’s his silent way of saying that he misses home.
@ him: How does me being your girlfriend automatically make me obligated to get you a pet rat?
He’d be oblivious at times because he’s often in his own world and that would get on your frustrations but it wouldn’t last long because once he understands and realises the situation, he’d sit you down and make you talk it out.
K - What character has your favorite development arc/the best development arc?: I see someone else asked this one so I’ll split my answers. Londo Mollari and G'Kar both have amazing arcs that take them far far away from where they are when the story starts (especially G'Kar, who becomes a far different and better person for his troubles).
R - Which friendship/platonic relationship is your favorite in fandom?: Hmm, there’s a lot of friendships I really like (especially in the BIoware fandoms I am primarily a part of). Let’s go with Morrigan and the Warden from Dragon Age: Origins, since it fits so many of the checkboxes I like and doesn’t fundamentally change Morrigan as a person. The conversation where she tells you how much your friendship means to her and calls you her friend made me cry a bit. Not much though, so don’t try to use that against me.
U - Three favorite characters from three different fandoms, and why they’re your favorites.
1. Babylon 5: Londo (trash favorite), G'Kar (magnificent character arc), Susan (complex, flawed, inspirational)
2. Mass Effect: Ashley (similar to Susan, plus I really loved her grounded-ness in the series), Mordin (*cries* a true/proper redemption arc), Kaidan (sweet, sensitive, and like Ashley more grounded than other characters)
3. X-Files: Mulder (goofy and amusing), Scully (taught me that it was okay and good to be serious), Skinner (I liked how he slowly developed into a true ally/supporter of the X-Files pair)