Okay, I’m pretty sure tumblr will put together a special firing squad just for me, but I have to say something about Hans.
I totally get where he’s coming from. His whole elaborate plot makes so much sense. He has nothing to lose. Why not try his luck at marrying the younger sister, since obviously Elsa wasn’t very social. At least then, even if he didn’t try to do away with Elsa, Anna would automatically become her heir. And relating to that, I don’t know why everyone gets into a big huff over his manipulation of Anna. Lots of relationships start that way. I’m not saying that it is right, but it happens. He never appears to despise her. There had to be some level of attraction, to keep his act up for so long. And if you notice, in his villain monologue, he doesn’t say that he was going to get rid of Anna too. He was just going to rid himself of Elsa. But he knew he couldn’t save Anna anyway, since he didn’t love her. Why try? He never intended for Anna to die, but it happened to assist his plan, and he couldn’t save her. Why not go along with it?
Also, everyone thinks it’s so funny that they’ll “see what his 12 big brothers think of his behavior.” If you believe for one second that his brothers didn’t know what he was up to, then you are kidding yourself. As someone who grew up with boys, I know that boys talk and gossip just like girls do. It’s likely that Hans shared rooms with his brothers growing up. When you live that closely with someone, you get to know them very well whether you like it or not. Adolph, Emil, Gustav, Fritz, Johan, Karl, Josef, Erick, Braun, Ferdinand, Ludwig, and Stefan all knew where they stood in line for the throne. There’s a high possibility that they competed amongst themselves for various princesses. Who are we to say that Josef and Erick didn’t go try to seek Elsa’s hand and got the door slammed in their faces? Wouldn’t they report back to their brothers and tell about how Arendelle’s a beautiful place, and the people are lovely, but the princess is a frigid bitch? And eventually, when they were all grown up, Hans could still harbor some resentment towards his brothers, feeling alone and frustrated, because he was the lowest among them. A bit of teasing here, a bit of poking there, and suddenly at dinner, when Johan prods him a little too far, Hans announces that he’s going to Arendelle, to the princess’s coronation ceremony. The boys would probably laugh, and ask what exactly he hoped to accomplish. After all, if they turned away Josef and Erick, why would they want Last-in-Line Hans? And Hans would say “There’s more than one Princess of Arendelle.” And an uncomfortable silence would fall on the table, the brothers wondering exactly what Hans was implying. Fritz would laugh after a few moments and remind Hans that he still wouldn’t be in line for the throne unless something happened to the queen. “And wouldn’t that be a shame?” Hans would smirk, and Adolph and Emil would trade worried glances, but go back to their meal.
And no one tried to stop him. So I don’t place all the blame on Hans. He was trying to prove himself, and make a life for himself that was better than being constantly overshadowed.
Attack on Titan characters, arranged by weight.
Things I have learned while making this:
1. Reiner and Erwin confirmed to be human-shaped bricks
2. Reiner weighs about as much as Annie and Christa combined
3. Levi what the fuck
if you sold all your eggs you would make $3.2 billion
your uterus is worth $3.2 billion
I JUST REALIZED THAT THIS MEANS EVERY TIME YOU HAVE A PERIOD YOU LOSE $8,000???????????? TERRIBLE
Maybe that’s why we get so emotional
did you just make an egg pun
do you ever get in those moods where you don’t feel like reading and you don’t feel like being on the internet and you don’t feel like watching a show and you don’t feel like sleeping and you don’t feel like existing in general
if my blog ever convinced you to watch a tv series
- you’re welcome
‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’
what if i cut off your left leg
would that make you stronger