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supesnaturally · 4 days ago
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She would fill the world with it, with her light-her gift. She would light up the darkness, so brightly that all who were lost or wounded or broken would find their way to it, a beacon for those who still dwelled in that abyss. It would not take a monster to destroy a monster-but light, light to drive out the darkness. She was not afraid. She would remake the world-remake it for them,those she had loved with this glorious, burning heart; a world so brilliant and prosperous that when she saw them again in the Afterworld, she would not be ashamed. She would build it for her people, who had survived this long, and whom she would not abandon. She would make for them a kingdom such as there had never been, even if it took until her last breath. She was their queen, and she could offer them nothing less. Aelin Galathynius smiled at her, hand outstretched.“Get up”, the princess said.
My interpretation of the scene, with young Celaena manifested as fire; her “light”.
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
I just read your post/rant about how people are viewing Nesta based on feyres pov and I would love to hear your view on Eris because I believe that he is a genuinely good person and that the IC are doing him dirty in the way that they portray him
Hi Anon 👋🏻
Aah Eris, Eris, Eris… we love a bad boy, don’t we?
But is he really that bad? Or is he just a +500yrs old fae who has been forced since birth to fight for his life? Same as the IC some people would probably say, isn’t it?
In my opinion no one is either white or black in the Acotar serie.. all characters hold that morally grey compass.. some perhaps a bit darker than others, but at the end of the day.. they have all killed, lied, cheated, and done other terrible things.
With Eris, I feel like there’s a lot of background story we havent yet seen. We have just scratched the surface with the little crumbs we got throughout Acosf.
However, putting yourself on Eris shoes.. he’s the eldest brother in a family where powers and strength means everything. He has six brothers, and wether people want to include Lucien or not, up until his lover death, Lucien still played a big role into one day becoming a High Lord, as everyone still thinks he’s Beron son.
Eris as the eldest, have had more attention from Beron, as fae takes decades to have kids.. his second brother must have been born when Eris was probably getting into young adult. Now.. being the only son for the moment, meant every attention from Beron on him. And we know how awful Beron is with everyone, gods know what type of childhood Eris had.
Since youth.. all Beron sons have been forced to fight each other, to show who’s the strongest, the smartest.. who one day will inherit the title.. and Beron has loved every second of it.
From the way he acts when his parents are around, he seems over protective of his mother (as it showed in the High Lord meeting). Does he know about his mother and Helion? Maybe… perhaps he even know the truth about Lucien.
We do know that Eris helped Lucien to escape Autumn.
When it comes to Mor.. no one thinks that Eris was a kid too when it happened. He was the same age as the IC back then, and he was also forced into the marriage. He had no choice. Mor forced the situation by choosing to sleep with Cassian because she “heard rumours” of Eris cruelty, but yet.. she never actually met him.
He knew she didnt want the marriage and the reason she chose to give herself to Cassian, and he also knew that if he took her when her parents did those horrible things to her.. it would have forced her to stay in Autumn.. which is something she clearly didnt want to do, and imagine how her life would have been under Beron’s roof.
Could Eris perhaps know the truth about Mor? I think so.. he’s too smart not to see it. But we need to clarify that he never ever touched her. That it was her parents and family who tortured her and then dumped her at the border of Autumn Court.
I feel like the IC exaggerates a lot when it comes to Eris because they’re blind towards Mor, cause she’s family and that’s logical.. because why would they believe Eris over Mor when Eris is widely known for being “cruel”.
But that same thing applies to Rhysand.. why anyone outside Velaris would think Rhysand is a good guy if is widely known of his cruelty in the Night Court. Like even his own people in Hewn City are terrified of him. But isn’t that a mask Rhysand use to protect Velaris?
Is Eris perhaps doing the same? Wearing the mask of cruel and cunning Lord who’s willing to betray and murder his father to obtain power.. but perhaps he’s doing it to protect the Autumn Court? To free his mother from Beron? To allow his brother back home? To protect someone we dont know?
In my opinion, Eris is a very interesting character that I’d like very much to know more about.
Sorry for the long answer though but Eris is definitely one of my favs characters! 🤣
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
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Cassian deserved a break too
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
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A sleepy Shadowsinger, after a particularly intense sparring session with Cas. 
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
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Az before that Sparring Session 
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
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Can I interest anyone in a distracted Lucien? 
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
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The High Lord of the Day Court (off to a party, with Rhysand probably.) 
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supesnaturally · 5 days ago
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Eris, anyone? 
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supesnaturally · 11 days ago
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"Eris's livid face emerged from my net of living flame, glowing like a new-forged God of wrath..."
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(Message me if you know the artist, so I can credit)
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supesnaturally · 19 days ago
Same anon who rambled about Eris crackships here! I too ship Eris with a redemption arc. I think there's such amazing potential for a redemption/healing arc there for him and there's so much going on in the Autumn Court and with Beron's abuse that I hope we get more on (hopefully with more Lucien and band of exiles content) and I think he and Lucien are so similar but also Eris is the oldest and Lucien is the youngest and (and I'm running out of characters so 1/2, pls be patient with me)
Okay part two! Eris is the eldest and Lucien the youngest and they both suffered Beron's abuse but I think it also much have shaped them differently in ways because Eris kind of has to be like Beron, has these expectations to live up to as heir of the autumn court, meanwhile Lucien as youngest was subjected to abuse because of Beron's suspicisons of an affair and he's also an abusive pos. I just think that's something to be explored about both Eris and Lucien (2/2, barely made it)
Ahhh hello again!! Yes! You got it exactly!
I think it's important to in no way make light of the things Eris has done and the way he treated people, but I think there is definitely some history and background behind it, and there's more to it than we, as an audience, have been informed of by the characters (especially the Inner Circle). I would love to get more from behind-the-scenes at the Autumn Court - as far as I can tell, Eris has literally had to survive his brothers and their pursuits to be heir, so to speak, not to mention the horrors of living under Beron, and how it influenced him, his other brothers, and Lucien differently.
As you say, Eris is in line to be High Lord, and has had to keep up a charade that would protect him from his brothers and father (and anyone else, probably). Lucien suffered from that abuse from his father (and his brothers - for being youngest and an easy target, maybe??) Something else that Lucien and Eris seem to have in common is a love for their mother (I always think of that High Lord meeting in ACOWAR when Eris moved so that his body blocked his mother from Rhys adshjdhdsh he loves his mom), and it would be interesting to see if they can reconnect at all.
Both of them deserve some sort of happiness, and I hope we see that in any upcoming books.
And yes! I'd love to see more Lucien/Band of exiles content!!
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supesnaturally · 19 days ago
Hi Jenn, can you tell us your thoughts on trauma in acotar, and how the word is being used in the fandom? With relation to different characters? You can pick which ones.
Sure!
TW: Trauma Discussion
First of all, I think that trauma is often used interchangeably with “traumatic event” in the fandom. Trauma is a broad term, something that happens to us multiple times over a lifetime. Trauma is much like saying “pain” or “anger” or “hurt”. It’s big and it comes in different shapes and sizes, starting in childhood. But when the fandom is referring to, say, Elain’s “trauma”, they often mean her experience with going into the Cauldron. This is a traumatic event that we’ve witnessed in the narrative. In truth, Elain’s trauma over the course of the books is probably a cumulative thing, made up of her experiences with being kidnapped from her home, shoved into the Cauldron, becoming Fae, and losing Greyson. The difficulty with identifying Elain’s trauma and her trauma responses (that is, how she is affected by and reacts to her traumatic experiences) is that we simply do not have enough information on her and her thoughts. So I always hesitate to deep-dive into this character’s outlook on trauma and her trauma responses because until we get her POV, we don’t really KNOW what she means when she refers to her trauma.
A more solid example is Nesta. SJM did an outstanding job IMO of walking us through Nesta’s trauma and trauma responses in expected (the bathtub) and unexpected (the crackling of the fire) ways. She also went all the way back to her childhood with the Duke and Mama Archeron and just did a tremendous job fleshing out Nesta’s experiences with trauma and how she developed her trauma responses and coping mechanisms. I know that some fans were disappointed with how Nesta faced and handled her trauma, but I was not. I thought SJM put an absolute fuckton of work into building Nesta’s inner life and pain from the ground up and I wish that she got more credit for that. I do see and understand some of the frustration with how Nesta interacted with the IC, however, and I get why that might have been unsatisfying for some.
I’m not going to talk about Azriel too much, but I’m interested in seeing how the author builds and breaks down Azriel’s trauma and trauma responses. Anger is a secondary emotion, and we know that Azriel struggles with controlling that anger. I feel like we don’t have a lot of backstory on Azriel, so a lot of what SJM tells us in the next book will be entirely new and fresh and I suspect very, very sad. I’m not a fan of Azriel right now, but I know that I’ll get on board as we learn more about him and why he behaves the way he does before we see him start to heal.
A character who has a lot of traumatic buildup that we don’t talk about too much is Lucien. My baby. My absolute favorite character in this entire series. His trauma responses are fascinating to me because they’re very different from everyone else’s. Lucien is a fixer. He tries to “fix” things constantly, sometimes to the point of being harmful (as we see with Tamlin). I suspect this is because he’s been at it his whole life—Beron immediately hated him before he was even born, and his brothers followed suit. I can imagine that Lucien learned very quickly as a child to try and please and perform to avoid negative reinforcement. More than any other character thus far (aside from Azriel, perhaps), his trauma is deeply ingrained in his childhood. It also explains why he is so devoted to his mother, the only constant love and positive reinforcement that he’s had in his life. The absence of that love and reinforcement is a trauma in and of itself. I am so excited to see his reaction to Helion, which will probs not be that great at first because it’s so wildly out of his control and deconstructs his entire relationship with Beron. But once he comes around and Lucien is getting a steady inflow of love and positive regard from his parents and his LI, my little sunshine is going to thrive.
Anyways. Trauma is hard to write about in romance because we want so badly to focus on the heroes overcoming it and finding joy and slaying their demons and getting to their HEA. I think that SJM does a good job with a lot of it in this series and I’m excited to see how it unfolds in the next two books.
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supesnaturally · 19 days ago
Hi Jenn, can you tell us your thoughts on trauma in acotar, and how the word is being used in the fandom? With relation to different characters? You can pick which ones.
Sure!
TW: Trauma Discussion
First of all, I think that trauma is often used interchangeably with “traumatic event” in the fandom. Trauma is a broad term, something that happens to us multiple times over a lifetime. Trauma is much like saying “pain” or “anger” or “hurt”. It’s big and it comes in different shapes and sizes, starting in childhood. But when the fandom is referring to, say, Elain’s “trauma”, they often mean her experience with going into the Cauldron. This is a traumatic event that we’ve witnessed in the narrative. In truth, Elain’s trauma over the course of the books is probably a cumulative thing, made up of her experiences with being kidnapped from her home, shoved into the Cauldron, becoming Fae, and losing Greyson. The difficulty with identifying Elain’s trauma and her trauma responses (that is, how she is affected by and reacts to her traumatic experiences) is that we simply do not have enough information on her and her thoughts. So I always hesitate to deep-dive into this character’s outlook on trauma and her trauma responses because until we get her POV, we don’t really KNOW what she means when she refers to her trauma.
A more solid example is Nesta. SJM did an outstanding job IMO of walking us through Nesta’s trauma and trauma responses in expected (the bathtub) and unexpected (the crackling of the fire) ways. She also went all the way back to her childhood with the Duke and Mama Archeron and just did a tremendous job fleshing out Nesta’s experiences with trauma and how she developed her trauma responses and coping mechanisms. I know that some fans were disappointed with how Nesta faced and handled her trauma, but I was not. I thought SJM put an absolute fuckton of work into building Nesta’s inner life and pain from the ground up and I wish that she got more credit for that. I do see and understand some of the frustration with how Nesta interacted with the IC, however, and I get why that might have been unsatisfying for some.
I’m not going to talk about Azriel too much, but I’m interested in seeing how the author builds and breaks down Azriel’s trauma and trauma responses. Anger is a secondary emotion, and we know that Azriel struggles with controlling that anger. I feel like we don’t have a lot of backstory on Azriel, so a lot of what SJM tells us in the next book will be entirely new and fresh and I suspect very, very sad. I’m not a fan of Azriel right now, but I know that I’ll get on board as we learn more about him and why he behaves the way he does before we see him start to heal.
A character who has a lot of traumatic buildup that we don’t talk about too much is Lucien. My baby. My absolute favorite character in this entire series. His trauma responses are fascinating to me because they’re very different from everyone else’s. Lucien is a fixer. He tries to “fix” things constantly, sometimes to the point of being harmful (as we see with Tamlin). I suspect this is because he’s been at it his whole life—Beron immediately hated him before he was even born, and his brothers followed suit. I can imagine that Lucien learned very quickly as a child to try and please and perform to avoid negative reinforcement. More than any other character thus far (aside from Azriel, perhaps), his trauma is deeply ingrained in his childhood. It also explains why he is so devoted to his mother, the only constant love and positive reinforcement that he’s had in his life. The absence of that love and reinforcement is a trauma in and of itself. I am so excited to see his reaction to Helion, which will probs not be that great at first because it’s so wildly out of his control and deconstructs his entire relationship with Beron. But once he comes around and Lucien is getting a steady inflow of love and positive regard from his parents and his LI, my little sunshine is going to thrive.
Anyways. Trauma is hard to write about in romance because we want so badly to focus on the heroes overcoming it and finding joy and slaying their demons and getting to their HEA. I think that SJM does a good job with a lot of it in this series and I’m excited to see how it unfolds in the next two books.
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supesnaturally · 25 days ago
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Since I drew Feyre, I might as well draw Rhys, right? XD
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supesnaturally · a month ago
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Eris stans every time he showed up in ACOSF:
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supesnaturally · a month ago
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Eris had a huge role in ACOSF, which makes me think that a ton of Autumn Court drama is coming in ACOTAR5. Otherwise, it doesn’t make sense to have him be so involved in the plot of the last book just to push it aside until the finale.
AC things that could happen in the next book:
-All of Eris’ carefully laid plans going tits up because Beron is unpredictable.
-Beron and the mortal queens doing questionable shit.
-Gwyn’s connection to Eris and/or Beron. If any of you say that Lucien is her grandfather, I *will* block you.
-Some version of the Blood Duel. Possible Battle of the Dads.
-Maybe Beron’s demise? I wouldn’t mind if it were in Azriel or Gwyn’s POV as long as it’s LoA/Eris/Lucien dealing the final blow.
Resolving the Autumn Court stuff in the next book makes a ton of sense to me because then book six (which likely involves Lucien heavily) could get some set up.
Either way, I think Eris is about to have a no good, terrible, very bad time and I’m here for it.
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supesnaturally · a month ago
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“The seven Courts of Prythian, each ruled by a High Lord, all of them deadly in their own way. They are not merely powerful — they are Power.”
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supesnaturally · a month ago
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okay this may be little too specific but. rb this and put in the tags a character you get defensive over. not as in “they deserve better” but as in “i know them better than anybody else does” <3
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supesnaturally · a month ago
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"Who cares what my father does to me?"
"Get that pitying look off your face. I know what sort of creature my father is. I don't need your sympathy."
Headcanon:
As a little boy, Eris feared his father and tried to please his father, for love and for fear of punishment. It wasn't until years later he grew to understand how unlucky he was in his father, his brothers, his friends. How truly alone and in danger. He began to justifiably try to stand in his own as he grew up, and he still flinches at the memories, bears scars from his father's punishments for that. At one point, he began to just get used to it, learned to deal with it, was proud his father's punishments didn't hurt as much, dared to stare his father down through it, and that was the day his father punished his mother over it instead, which was worse for Eris, far worse. And ultimately, that was the only punishment his father could wield to truly control his heir. Even though Eris knows the High Lord of Autumn can hurt him quite effectively, still feels the flinching like the little boy that feared him, fears the fact that he will kill him and it will not be pleasant at all -- he fears what his father will do to his mother far more, fears his death would leave his mother alone and unprotected. Both The Lady of Autumn, and it's heir, have horrible scars and wounds, physical and emotional, that no one ever sees, they they never let anyone see. They have cared for each other after the violence, and they know. That's enough. They have each other, and their pride, to get them through.
"I only wish to protect The Autumn Court from her worst enemies."
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supesnaturally · a month ago
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This right here!
Momcanons!
This is a little different from what I usually do, so I hope you enjoy my weird, cracked out headcanons about LoA and her kids.
-LoA is one of those moms who only has to look disapprovingly at her children and they immediately fall in line. Eris sometimes pushes back a little, and it never ends well for him. Lucien doesn’t ever push his luck with her.
-LoA loved braiding her children’s hair. It got them to sit still while she spent time with them. After accusing her of making Eris soft, Beron kept her other children away from her except in public.
-She was sad a lot when Lucien was little and so he learned that if he ran up to her and asked for cuddles, it always made her smile and feel better.
-She and Eris share the same cutting wit, so it’s entertaining to watch them verbally spar with each other. It’s their way of showing affection,
-Lucien didn’t understand that Beron hated him until he got older, so when he was small he kept making gifts and little trinkets for his father and LoA would take them from him and hide them while promising to pass them along so that he wouldn’t be subject to Beron’s cruelty.
-She has something like a symphonia, but it’s a memory box. It was a gift from her lover and she’s used it to record Lucien’s first words, first steps, his nonsense little songs, and quiet moments of him growing up. She’s buried it in a secret place in the woods and hopes to one day be able to give it to Lucien’s real father.
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