Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along
I’m trying to keep this as reader friendly as possible, so I’ll be very much to the point and divide it in four different posts.
So first things first, and just for the record, why I didn’t ship it initially.
Mainly because every fandom ALWAYS ships the two male protagonists. It seems to be a…
This is a response to address all parts of the thoughts written here (probably best if you read parts 1 through to 4 before reading mine). And please heed the tags!
While most of the points you made are valid (I personally believe that all meta is valid, since the way people decode texts will always be different from each other, and it’s nice to have that variety), I have to disagree on the observations you made of Hannibal.
jack says a lot of things….
the devil is in the details.
'Anniba' was what Hannibal's little sister Mischa called him because she was too young to pronounce his name properly. It was also the last thing she screamed before she was killed :')
I’m guessing people were upset because I snuck it into that gifset without warning and it’s pretty damn heartbreaking even if Hannibal is a douche. I mean, no 8-year-old should have to go through that shit. And Mischa D:
now I feel like making some really sad Rising gifs for no good reason
not that I haven’t already
FIRST OF ALL ??????? ELIAS IS A FUCKING BABE
What can’t you repress, Hannibal?
Yeah, when the poster was saying it apparently involved tons of research you would’ve thought it would include legal work right? Especially since nobody has heard of a haunted house that actually allows actors to touch you, there is a reason it isn’t done — I imagine lawsuits are common. This haunted house has totally jumped over that boundary: they are punching their customers and purposefully sexually harassing them. It isn’t even a subjective assault, they know they are doing it.
It doesn’t even sound fun… Frankly, it just sounds stupid spending your money to be subjected to triggering things if it isn’t therapy.