yeah marius

it’s been awesome hanging out with @yureiyume ! tonight we went to a café and she drew vampires while i wrote drabbles. it was so cool flipping through her book and seeing all her fanart with my own eyeballs. :D :D I DIDN’T REALIZE THAT THESE PICTURES OF MARIUS AND ARMAND WERE ACROSS FROM EACH OTHER AND IT BROKE MY HEART A LITTLE.


Okay, can we just talk about how Marius swoops in like a badass?! How come no one talks about this. Like he comes in, a gun in each hand, and takes out the two guys attacking Courf and Gav. And then he gets a MARIUS HAS ENTERED THE BARRICADE.

Les amis and co as podcasts by someone kinda new to podcasts

Grantaire: Conversations With People Who Hate Me

Jehan: Welcome To Night Vale

Combeferre: King Falls AM

Joly: Sawbones

Eponine: Alice Isn’t Dead

Feuilly: The Adventure Zone

Bossuet: Orbiting Human Circus (of the air)

Bahorel: My Brother My Brother And Me

Cosette: Within The Wires

Courfeyrac: Sampler

Enjolras: Snap Judgement

Marius: You Must Remember This

Musichetta: The Read

Bonus Montparnasse: My Favorite Murder

anyway because everyone is definitely wondering and not because I am just totally incapable of shutting up absolutely not  : 

Characters In The Gem AU Who Are Gems: 
Les Amis 

Gem/Human Fusions:
The Thenardier Kids , Because the Eponine-Cosette Symmetry is an inarguable narrative pillar of all things Les Mis Fight Me 

Characters in The Gem AU Who Are Actually Humans 
Everyone Else Not In the Above Two Categories 

anonymous asked:

u still taking prompts? bc i'd love some studying amis to motivate myself thx love u byeee

Good luck with your studies anon! I hope this helps:

“No,” Bahorel says decidedly. He is watching in horror how his friends are piling books and notepads onto the table they are sitting at with their coffees. He pushes his chair back. “I don’t want to.”

Enjolras and Bossuet exchange a significant look. It is remarkable how much Bahorel, who is just shy of two metres tall, can look like a petulant toddler.

“Well, you really have to pass this class,” Enjolras says, clearly struggling with the fact that he needs to convince him of this. (Especially since Bahorel has been at the law faculty for ages. But then again he has been here for ages because he fails classes on purpose, despite having a better grasp of the subjects than some of the teachers.)

“It’s not so bad,” Marius offers smilingly. “We’ll study with you.”

Bahorel lets out an exasperated groan and gives Marius a dramatic look. “That’s the thing about law, Pontmercy,” he says gravely. “It even corrupts friendship.”

“Yes, yes,” Bossuet hums sympathetically. “We all feel your suffering, now come on.”

“I won’t,” Bahorel insists, staring at the law books Enjolras is pushing towards him with genuine disgust. “You can’t make me,”

“Oh I know that,” Enjolras says seriously. It’s not like he hasn’t tried before.

“Which is why we invited Joly,” Bossuet says cheerfully.

“Hi!” Joly chimes from the doorway.

Bahorel spins round in his chair like a man ambushed. “Were you waiting behind the door?” he says, both incredulous and reluctantly impressed.

“Yes,” Joly grins. “But only because Bossuet convinced me to.” He sits down on the chair next to Bahorel and cheerfully begins unpacking his book bag.

Bahorel sighs and Enjolras, Bossuet and Marius grin at each other. When it comes to studying Joly is pretty much a secret weapon. Sitting next to them while they’re at work and not studying yourself is just unnerving.

“You’re evil,” Bahorel grumbles. That remark seems to be directed at all of them, but Joly (who has by now unpacked a binder, a collection of different coloured post-it notes, several highlighters and a fresh notepad) is the one that responds cheerfully:

“Not evil, devious, there’s a difference. What are you all studying today?”

“Transitional justice,” Enjolras replies, contently pulling a stack of printed articles towards him. “Case study about Rwanda first.”

“Victimology,” Marius says. “Although it seems like they really only focus on the criminal law side, I wish they had theories about victimhood within civil procedures.” He smiles. “But at least some of the theories can be applied to both.”

Enjolras glances interestedly at Marius’ papers while Bossuet waves some of his handwritten notes around and says: “Fiscal law again. They lost my test results. I remember most of it though, so this won’t be too hard.”

“And I have neurochemistry to review,” Joly hums. He looks at Bahorel and smiles. “And you?”

Bahorel looks round the table and then back at Joly’s determined smile. He sighs. “Employment contracts,” he mutters resentfully.

“That sounds dull,” Joly says sympathetically. “If you need us to ask questions to practise you’ll tell us, right?”

“Sure,” Bahorel sighs.

“You want to borrow a pen and highlighter?” Joly asks. “I brought spares.”

“Yes,” Bahorel sulks, holding out his hand.

Enjolras looks up from his phone, smiling. “Ferre is coming over as well, straight after class. He’s bringing R.”

“Well, then I at least won’t be the only one not studying,” Bahorel tries one more time. “Because I’m not doing it.”

“Oh if he went to one of Ferre’s lectures that probably means he skipped his own again, which means he’ll have math to do,” Joly says with a grin.

“And Joly’s the primary reason Grantaire hasn’t failed yet,” Bossuet grins. “Well, that and his creepy talent with numbers, of course.”

“Who do you think I practiced this routine on the past couple of years,” Joly winks. “Come on, Baz, get reading. I brought snacks as a reward for after half an hour.”

Bahorel scowls at him and bows over his books. “Devious,” he mutters and he gets to work.

Should you ask yourself "what would ______ do?" Les amis version
  • Enjolras: if it's a political question you could. Anything else is probably a bad idea.
  • Combeferre: there is a difference between "what would Combeferre do" and "what would Combeferre tell you to do". The latter is sound advice. The former..... Less so.
  • Courfeyrac: as long as you are aware that the answer will involve glitter then go ahead.
  • Grantaire: no. Why would you ask yourself this.
  • Bahorel: No one knows what Bahorel would do. He is an enigma of a man. He's too unpredictable.
  • Bossuet: try. "what would Bossuet TRY to do".
  • Joly: if you ignore their hypochondriac tendencies then this is sound advice.
  • Jehan: If "sit on a rooftop and contemplate your existence while writing poetry about the stars" is a solid answer for you...
  • Bonus -
  • Marius: Marius doesn't know what Marius would do. He asks himself this daily and still doesn't know. Marius is a disaster.
  • Eponine: "punch them". It doesn't matter what the situation is.
  • Cosette: thoughtful and empathetic advice. Go ahead.
  • Montparnasse: same as Eponine only more stabby
  • Musichetta: honest advice. But she knows what she's talking about so go ahead.


wanna chat? pt.19

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so this is like…twice as long as a normal chapter. anyway i was in les mis the other week and i sent something and someone thought it was a les mis chapter of wanna chat. and @reyxa​ encouraged it so Here We Are

this chapter continues right off of the last one because i found a note with sick quotes on it. i kept the les mis as light and understandable as possible but just like..let me know if it makes 0 sense. i had to get this out of my system because ive been in a writing funk

(mari = cough cough, nino = space bro, alya = alys, adrien = glen coco)


3:12 in boo you whore

cough cough: gmoring i cant brethe out of mynose rn
Im not goin g ot be in school today
Bu ti cant sleep anymore because I cnat breath e
iim gonna go watch youtube videos


space bro: my dude
i hope youre feeling better when you wake up

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anonymous asked:

Wait, 1998 film had Enjolras and Cosette become a thing? Did... did Marius exist? Did Enjolras still die? WHAT ELSE DID THEY CHANGE?

No no no 
ALAS no 

okay here’s the thing 

in the 1998 film, THIS was Enjolras: 

HEY YEAH HELL YEAH, right?   Like, maybe a little older than the role really calls for but YEAH LET’S SEE WHERE THIS GOES–
…except it goes nowhere. Because Marius gets, like, ALL his plot, except for the whole “dying” bit. Marius is the effective leader of the revolutionary group, the main organizer and leading hero, AND he has the romantic lead plot.  I don’t remember if Enjolras even had any lines? But I remember Younger Pilf, already solidly Team Revolution, barely being able to realize he was supposed to be Enjolras.

Oh, and this is Marius: 

So. Yeah. 

1998 Les Mis is a weird darn movie.