Hey there! Vilte, 17. I have a lot of fandoms, and I fangirl pretty hard. I love books(mostly fiction/fantasy), and science. Other than fandoms, I'll probably just share random thoughts. Feel free to ask questions!
Guys, I finally started watching SuperNatural! I’m so happy you all introduced me to the show, and got me interested. I love it already! (Although, I’m also kind of scared).
Do you have any advice for me, or things I should keep in mind while watching the show?
Tons of people have told me to skip some seasons, “Because, Castiel,” but I didn’t want to do that.
Do NOT skip seasons. They are there for a reason. there’s an ongoing plot and buildup of feels, not to mention really awesome characters that you’d miss. If your knowledge is mainly from tumblr, remember that we tend to over-focus on the fun/happy parts. There’s a reason for that. It helps us cope with the tragedy. There ARE funny, silly, goofy, heartwarming parts. But it takes a while to get to them. Be mentally prepared to cry a lot more than you laugh.
Is this on purpose? Is there a connection? GAH!
I DON’T CARE ABOUT THE TRENCHCOAT AT ALL
I CARE ABOUT THE FACT THAT SAM HAS GONE
AND KEVIN HAS DIED
AND DEAN IS ALONE AND SO FULL OF GUILT
AND CASTIEL HAS ONCE AGAIN GONE DOWN THE RUTHLESS PATH THAT WENT SO BADLY LAST TIME
THAT IS ALL I CAN THINK ABOUT
I HAD TO SIT THROUGH
DEAN AS A DOG
WEIRD CHARACTER BEHAVIOR
AWKWARD DEMEANING SEX
TO GET TO THIS FUCKING FUCKED UP FUCKFEST
The beautiful thing about the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice is that practically every ship is canon. (And the sad thins is that the fandom is tiny). But if you look into it, there are patterns to the relationships. Each character is looking for something different. Below the cut is my analysis, character by character, of Lestat, Armand, Daniel, Louis, and Marius, and the ‘type’ of love each wants. It has been a while since I read the later books, so this will mostly focus on the first three, and I am also including evidence from the first movie and the musical, which are close to the books. Shipping is of course, subjective. To what extent these relationships are romantic or platonic is up to you.