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Luther: *is severely lactose intolerant*

Luther: *eats an entire tub of yogurt*

Klaus: Wait, aren’t you lactose intolerant

Luther: yes, but I love yogurt so much, so I suffer for it

Klaus: are you sure?? Cause you ate way to much

Luther, overconfident: yes, it won’t be that bad

Five Minutes Later

Luther: *curled up on the kitchen floor, rolling around in pain, almost on the verge of tears*

Luther: ok I’m getting no more yogurt.

The Next Day

Luther: *goes to the store to get yogurt because the house ran out of it*

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I love that Luther is getting the love and attention from fans that he deserves but I just want to ask Luther fans, in the interest of continuing to grow positivity in the fandom, please don’t fall into that same issue we’ve already experienced of pitting siblings against each other to try to make one seem better.

I’ve already seen it happen a few times with Diego and once or twice with Klaus. It’s not widespread or anything so that’s good, but Luther fans have done a lot to create more positive posts and I don’t want this to turn into another situation where we’re arguing over who’s the most virtuous.

Luther has flaws. I understand the fandom may not want to focus on that much after the rampant and largely unfounded Luther hate, but trying to erase them does a disservice to his character. I’ve seen Luther fans who will say “I know he has flaws” and then proceed to deny all evidence of his flaws.

Sometimes other characters’ fans bring up your fave’s flaws, mistakes, bad actions, etc irt their own characters…because characters don’t exist in a vacuum and their actions have effects on other characters. If they’re not bashing or misrespresenting that stuff, then it’s fair game. That’s not character hate, it’s discussion.

Luther’s denial of Reginald’s abuse (his own and the others’) was harmful to other people. Just like Klaus’s addiction and Diego’s aggression and verbal abuse. And yes, you can dive into the reasons why they turned out that way, but beware of getting too defensive when you do. It quickly leads down the road towards refusing to admit he did anything wrong.

It’s okay to just say, “I’d rather focus on other aspects of him!”

But I do think that if you don’t love a character’s flaws, you don’t really love the character, you just love your idea of them.

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The Hargreeves Children

Natural Phenomenon Series


Luther Hargreeves: The Moonbow


“A Moonbow (sometimes known as a lunar rainbow) is an optical phenomenon caused when the light from the moon is refracted through water droplets in the air.”


Original Photo Source: Beverly Houwing

Description Source: Met Office

Artist Edit 📸 : tua-kh-appreciation

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