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    Colloquially referred to as Wen Sibs AU: in which Wen Ruohan's infinitely more emotionally intelligent cousin and her husband, proud parents to Wen Qing and Wen Ning, manage to also gain custody of Wen Xu and Wen Chao. How do you go about fixing all the tragedies that happen in MDZS canon? Like this, apparently.

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  1. Rec 96

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    Wei Wuxian comes to Wen Qing with an odd request, and Wen Qing comes to better understand the strange man she trusted to save her family.

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    23 Jun 2020

  2. Rec 12

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    Finally, Gil-galad said, "Why did you come out here alone?"

    Elrond didn't answer right away. He picked up a seashell and turned it over in his fingers. "I was—angry," he said finally. "It would not be befitting for the lord of Imladris to stand in the middle of Mithlond and scream at the sky, I thought."

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    06 Oct 2019

  3. Public Bookmark 4

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    Celebrimbor discovers Gwindor inside his forge at a strange hour of the night.

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    18 Dec 2018

  4. Public Bookmark 2

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    Afterwards Túrin sought out Gwindor, and said to him: "Gwindor, dear friend, you are falling back into sadness; do not so! For your healing will come in the houses of your kin, and in the light of Finduilas.”
    Then Gwindor stared at Túrin, but he said nothing and his face was clouded.
    "Why do you look upon me so?" said Túrin. "Often your eyes have gazed at me strangely of late. How have I grieved you? I have opposed your counsels; but a man must speak as he sees, nor hide the truth that he believes, for any private cause. I would that we were one in mind; for to you I owe a great debt, and I shall not forget it:"
    "Will you not?" said Gwindor. "Nonetheless your deeds and your counsels have changed my home and my kin. Your shadow lies upon them. Why should I be glad, who have lost all to you?"
    (The Children of Hurin, Chapter X: Túrin in Nargothrond, 166-167)

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