ladies and gentlecats, we now know Gabriel Agreste's motive.
YALL. let's get to it bc i gotta book it
evil tikki confirmed
So, at the beginning of the ep the Kwamis warn Marinette not to let Tikki eat the king cake because when she loses control she can create things of catastrophic proportions. Then she explains that Tikki is always controlling her hunger (ahem, unlike plagg, we love these parallelsss), and she was afraid of showing mari her cravings because she'd lose contron and she thought Marinette would be afraid of her true form or she would stop liking her. but also
THEY GET SOME OF THEIR KWAMI'S TRAITS CONFIRMED
Last time tikki lost control like this was when they invented chocolate and Plagg is like 'lol chillax we got this, it's part of our job'. but we've been knew.
"Since I'm the king, would you be my queen, m'lady?"
"With pleasure my kitty, tradition is tradition after all"
P L EA S E 😭😭😭😭
MARI GETS A SCOOTER. WE'RE OFFICIALLY IN KIM POSSIBLE TERRITORY.
And the most important part:
"thanks to the forces of creation and destruction i will destroy that world which took you away, and i will create a new world, one where we never have to be separated"
i'm so frustrated because this explanation is so vague and it could mean anything, but if I understood correctly:
THIS MAN WANTS THE MIRACULOUS TO PULL A THANOS AND ENSURE HE'S NEVER SEPARATED FROM HIS WIFE BY LITERALLY DESTROYING THE WORLD AND BUILDING A NEW ONE 😃😃😃
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Dearest Family, releases today! It will come out in 3 hours
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Also there was another schedule change. Glaciator 2 is still coming on Sunday, however apparently France will also be releasing Ephemeral on November 7th (2 weeks afterwards.) This can probably change again though. Gloob can probably air it on the 2nd. I really wish they don’t.
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I was doing some geographic research of Paris for my fic and came across their official site for tourists.
They have a whole page dedicated to the show and???? It’s so adorably detailed?? They talk about various locations that were showcased, but also reference specific episodes. Not just season one either—
A significant moment in the series takes place in Place du Châtelet, at the Fontaine des Victoires (also known as Fontaine du Châtelet and Fontaine des Palmiers). Ladybug kisses Cat Noir in front of this fountain, commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to provide free drinking water to all Parisians. It is pillar shaped and adorned with sculpted palm leaves, with four sphinxes at its base. The gilded bronze Victory statue on top holding up a laurel crown in either hand was sculpted by Louis-Simon Boizot.
The original statue is now housed in the Musée Carnavalet – maybe because of the damage Guitar Villain inflicted on the fountain when he played his ‘Shocking Riff’ against Cat Noir?
Fontaine des Victoires – place du Châtelet, Paris 1st
The Tour Montparnasse inspired an episode as action-packed as any Hollywood thriller. Adrien’s bodyguard, who has been akumatized into Gorizilla, chases Cat Noir and Ladybug to the top of the 210-metre-high tower offering a spectacular 360° view over Paris. The skyscraper was built on the site of the former Montparnasse station and inaugurated in 1973. Its weight rests on 56 reinforced concrete pillars, buried 70 metres underground.
Tour Montparnasse – rue de l’Arrivée, Paris 15th
Ladybug foils off attacks by three akumas inside the Louvre – Jalil Kubdel, who has transformed into The Pharaoh; The Mime, and Volpina, who creates amazing illusions. The world’s biggest museum was originally a castle built to protect Paris from Norman attacks. Today, it extends over an area of 243,000 m² and displays some 35,000 works. It has 403 rooms, 14.5 km of corridors and 10,000 steps. Stroll around soaking up more than 800 years of history, and do admire the glass and metal pyramid designed by I.M. Pei, where another of Ladybug’s adventures takes place.
Musée du Louvre -Pyramide du Louvre, Paris 1st
The park near the Dupain-Cheng’s bakery was inspired by the Place des Vosges. In the series, the park has a statue of Ladybug and Chat Noir sculpted by the fictional artist Théo Barbot. The real Place des Vosges – the oldest square in Paris – is in the Marais district. It was built in 1605 on the site of a royal palace, the Palais des Tournelles, and indeed initially named Place Royale. It is surrounded by 36 pavilions, all identical except the king’s own pavilion at the southern end and the queen’s at the northern end, both intentionally higher.
Place des Vosges, Paris 4th
When she isn’t busy catching evil akumas sent out by Hawk Moth, Marinette likes meeting up with her friends Alya, Adrien and Nino at ‘Troca’, where she also finds inspiration to design her new outfits. Facing the Eiffel Tower across the river, Trocadéro boasts gardens, ponds and some fine buildings. Start on Place du Trocadéro across from the Palais de Chaillot. From here, you will enjoy one of the loveliest vistas of Paris, and a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.
Le Trocadéro – place du Trocadéro, Paris 16th
Ok, but?? Referencing Nino and Alya too?? Whoever writes/updates the page clearly loves the show. You can read more here.
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