When most people hear the word love, they think of how they feel around someone they love dearly. Whether that person is a love interest, parent, child, other relative or friend, the person thinking of them will feel warm, affectionate, caring feelings. But, love isn’t always about those nice feelings.
Sometimes, love feels nothing like the nice feelings I described earlier. Sometimes love is…
there are two ways i could do this actually. either i post it in three chapters, before during and after the movie, or i do the flashbacks throughout. i am leaning towards option one tbh but i don't know
If this has already been written? Awesome! Tag me in it.. or just dm me with a link or something, I don't care
I just want to read this
Donna has the power to trap someone in a hallucination as long as that person is near certain plants or that are affected by the cadou or however its explained, right?
Well what if Mother Miranda gave Ethan to her at the start? Take "advantage" of Donna's powers and all that bs?
But like Donna agrees BUT at some point in the past Heisenberg convinced Donna to join his cause in killing Miranda? So Donna still puts Ethan into a hallucinations land but it's to help him try and find a passive way of helping save Rose? Like the only death between the game characters is only Miranda?
I could somehow see Moreau joining Heisenberg too? Not fully sure about Lady D tho...?
Anyways I just...
Please, if this is written, please link it to me...
Once upon a time, in a little cave, there lived 3 animals. A fox, a boar, and a turtle.
One day, they all decided to run over the hills and watch the colonies of ants march around, as they loved to help them find food.
The fox and the boar were much faster than the turtle, who was old and slow. She told the two to run ahead, and wait for her there.
But they grew bored waiting for her. The ants were no longer entertaining, marching around in organised lines.
The fox began to chase the ants, until they ran in panicked circles. How funny, he thought.
The boar would stamp and eat the ants. How fun, he thought.
When the turtle walked over the hill and saw what they had done,