dude i really dont think they could plan it out that well
also why would they wait 20 years to get married
since the show takes place around 2004 that only makes sense, anon, but i am not jake please stop calling me jake
sobs why are you doing this
this is not a roleplay blog
and sun is a very conservative lady so lets not ask that kinda shit okay?? thanks
So I finally gave in and bought “Homecoming” on iTunes…and now I have to discuss it.
Just look at this:
Right here, she’s telling him “You have to let me go” knowing that when he does she’ll die, but
She says “I’ll be okay” anyway, and she doesn’t look scared or sad or anything, because it’s worth it to her to give her life to protect his. And you just know, when you look at that expression, that she means it when she says it’ll be okay, because she loves him—and as long as he’s okay, then she is.
and then he lets go,
and you have this horrible, painful shot
And then Jake grabs the skull to save her…and everyone else tells him that it’s too dangerous and wrong to use it for personal gain. But he says “It wouldn’t be for my personal gain, it would be for her.” This is the most poignant moment of character development in the whole show. Jake’s always been a rather selfish kid. Even at the start Rose was basically a pretty girl that he wanted. But then this happens:
"I wish Rose was never taken by the Huntsclan!" He doesn’t wish to have her back. He doesn’t wish that she could be with him. He makes a wish that erases their entire relationship from the start, but gives her the family and normal life that she has always wanted. And that is the proof that he loves her.
Then there’s this look of agony right before he destroys the skulls…
followed by “Consider them destroyed”. It can’t be captured by the picture, but the way his voice shakes on that line…asdfghjkl :(
But here’s where it gets good again—this is when he runs into her the next day and she, of course, has no memory of him. At first you can see how much this hurts him
and then he gets this little glimpse of her with her parents, and he knows he did the right thing.
"Happy Homecoming, Rose."