hello! If you are new to my blog, you aren’t missing much haha. Just a bit of introducing:
I go by she/her pronouns and I’m 21🥳
This used to be a she ra pop blog but it kinda went through it’s transformations..catradorabubblinelumity..and now here we are! Piltover’s Finest ✨
I don’t post much cause it’s my last year of undergrad so things have been a bit busy but hey, I think I can find some time to go crazy over Vi and Caitlyn these days hehe
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What about us?
You know what really breaks my heart about this scene? It’s that Caitlyn and Vi’s relationship was never “meant to be”. In a sense that they come from total different worlds, totally different lives, and upbringings. Caitlyn always had everything, except she never had the freedom to know anything beyond what her parents allowed her to, despite her mom being in such power position in their society, she never knew or understood what really went on between the people who were in those positions. Something that only came about when she met Vi, when she saw the other side. She could finally see and understand all the things that were kept from her ever since she was a little girl. All the truth of how broken her society actually was. (What are you shooting for, Caitlyn?)
On the other side there’s Vi, someone who had no reason whatsoever to trust someone like Caitlyn. Her whole life has been chaos because of people who come from the same place and society as Caitlyn did. People who didn’t give a damn about people like her, people who took her parents life, who destroyed everything she ever loved. Who gave her no support in her times of need and that instead, separated her from the only family she had left. They took away her freedom, her power of choice, and the most important responsibility that she had, to take care of her younger sister. To spend all these years in the dark, building her walls up to protect herself from anything that tried to break her again. (You’ve got a good heart. Don’t ever lose it, Violet.)
All of that is precisely what makes Vi and Caitlyn’s relationship so important to both of them. Although the trust they built was something so unlikely at first. They could finally see through each other, that they were more powerful together. And what they have goes beyond where they were raised. Instead of clashing, they complement each other. Caitlyn got the chance to understand all the wrongdoings of her society, all the people they’ve hurt and left behind and she was not willing to do the same mistake with Vi. And Vi got to have, after all those years, someone who genuinely cared about her, about her needs, who wasn’t there to just take something from her, but that wanted to be with her and help her no matter what. Someone who saw all the pain from her people, and all the healing that was needed and someone that cared to act in their favor.
So yes, their relationship was never meant to be. But that’s mainly what’s magical about them, because every reason they had to hate each other, to mistrust and to be apart, actually brought them together. They might not be the same, but that doesn’t matter, because they are what they need.
Truly the “misfits” of their society.
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