If Luz Never Came to the Boiling Isles
The Clawthornes would remain broken and distant with each other
Eda’s curse would only get worse without anybody there to properly help her
King would never have found out this key to his true past and knowing he had a father somewhere out there
Willow’s talents would have been held back without given a full chance to blossom
Gus would have no real knowledge of the human world and continue living life in blissful ignorance
Amity would remain on a path to becoming a person she wouldn’t even recognize anymore
Willow and Amity would remain distant as well
Principal Bump would keep students creativity and growth restricted by having them stick to one magic track
The Bat Queen’s palismans would remain discarded and unloved without real masters
And Hunter would stay as closed minded as his uncle instead of being given the opportunity to explore and learn more about the benefits of wild magic
Luz Noceda is a character who improves the lives of nearly every person she met in the Boiling Isles, and it would be a grim place without her.
Just something to think about.
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The heart of The Queen’s House in Greenwich. This room is a perfect 12m cube, with pleasing symmetry across the doors, windows, the pattern of the marble floor, the panelled ceiling.
The building was designed by Inigo Jones and built 1616–38, it represents a significant break from traditional Tudor architecture. It is the very first example of classical architecture in Britain, which would later inspire English Palladianism.
With this around the corner from our flat now I feel like I’m going to end up spending a lot of time here, beautiful scenes 🤍
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I don't know if anyone has already noticed and / or talked about it, but it seems correct to point out this detail about Hunter and Rascal's relationship.
First we can see that he doesn't seem to like them at all. Throughout the chapter he is seen trying to push them away.
In this specific part after getting angry at their insistence to be by his side, he says "I don't speak palisman"
At first I did not realize it, but while I was trying to sleep (which is when the ideas suddenly come lmao) I remembered that in the chapter "Escape of the Palisman" Eda talks with Owlbert without any inconvenience.
"Owlbert why are you out the staff?
Luz took you to eat ice cream?"
And what do we see at the end of "Eclipse lake"? We not only see Hunter happy to see Rascal, but talking to them, understanding what Rascal is saying.
"I think I understood that!
Is that your name? Can you say it again? "
Again, I didn't notice it at first but it seems pretty obvious to me now that in order to communicate with a palisman you need to have a connection with them.
So, to summarize:
Hunter is getting fond of little Rascal your honor and that's fucking cute.
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