18 Jan 2020
"Geralt is able to scent the guilt on a lying man from ten feet away, to catch sight of half a pawprint in the undergrowth in the dead of night, to know when to lean back before the coming blade can cut through his throat. Much of it comes from his training at Kaer Morhen, where his instincts were honed and enhanced, but even more comes from his travels and experiences while walking the Path. Geralt notices things, because not noticing means death.
He does not notice the lack of singing."
Something is very wrong with Jaskier.
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22 Jul 2021
08 Aug 2018
Steve had seen things on the internet, and he couldn't really stop thinking about them.
But he's too scared to tell Tony.
Tony is too perceptive for his own good.
24 Jun 2018
In Siberia Steve and Tony start arguing before Zemo can show them the tape and things happen differently.
Looking again at his father he discerned not contempt, but regret and even compassion:
- “Dean, do you remember what I told you when you were nineteen? Did you keep your promise, son?"
The heart in his chest picked up an uneven rhythm like a horse at a gallop, a flush of shame creeping up his neck to his cheeks. How can he not remember if those words burn with a red-hot brand on the gates of his memory: “Dean, Sammy is your brother. Promise you won't touch him. You won't dishonour your mother’s name, son?"
Mary didn’t mean to see what she saw, but it’s too late now, and there’s a Valentine’s Day gift basket with her name on it to prove she that did.