Helloooo, are you doing okay?♡are headcanons open? If yes could you please write Jacob's reaction to his so becoming blind because of a powerful poison?
Haha, it’s like you know me, anon.
As I have a huge
arrangement of blind characters.
- Jacob would be scared on what to say and do for awhile when
the truth of her blindness comes out. Like so many people fall prey to, he
would try to be there to do everything for her while the S/O gets sensitive to
that idealism and upset.
- I can see his S/O reacting poorly to the idea of losing her
eyesight (of course). She would probably refuse the idea of eating for a bit
and do everything she could to remember how the house layout was without her
- She would end up getting bruises on her body from knocking
into things frequently as she becomes stubborn and headstrong over the idea of
- Tears, tears, and more tears—if poison was indeed put into
her eyes, I can imagine that action actually hurting her as it could agitate
- Jacob would have to sit down and try to talk to her; explain
to her that they need one another more than ever now to get through this and
that he would be there for her every step of the way.
- “I won’t let you be lost in this world…but you have to let
me help you first.” – Jacob Frye
- In his attempts to help her learn how to find things about
her location (with and without the cane he would pass to her), Jacob would
dance with her and show her how to move her feet and arms to touch the areas
about the house without fully bumping into them—helping her use grace as a
means to overcome the confusing darkness.
- With her sight gone, the S/O might get upset she would
forget what Jacob looked like in time. Jacob would remind her that, regardless,
he would always be changing anyways and growing old with her so to not keep a hold
of that vision of him in her mind.
- S/O would become reliant on his voice to sooth her and his touch to accompany her. His touch, his breath, and his voice, overtime, would become very erotic and sensational in many ways as that would be what drives her wild.