when elias admits to lindel that he’s likely eaten humans before and expects fear but lindel simply laughs in his face because even though elias doesn't understand his own emotions he can tell that elias is nervous that lindel would abandon him and lindel instead tells elias to travel to many different places and try many different foods so that one day he may lose the taste for human altogether because elias is fundamentally a lonely individual whose neither human or fae and shunned by both but lindel wants him to live and explore and find worth and meaning for his own sake as an individual rather than something that merely emulates understanding of humanity
My part of an art trade with twitter user: llorithaine
I took my inspiration from the movie Tarzan! Here is some Eskel/Fae!Geralt
brb doing hot fae shit xo
i'm logging off early - big fuck you to tumblr+ fuck. you.
So these are appearing near a walking trail in my mom’s hometown. I don’t know much about this but I stopped my cousin’s kid from opening the door on the blueish-green one.
It just seemed like a bad idea.
//Although you bet Lo’s a little miffed she didn’t get the “handsome prince” answer she’s sure is in there
the common denominator of malleus’ verses is that he’s “stealing” children
@corferox : 📝 from mawweus mayhaps ?
87 FARORE, 100 AC
The hero of Hyrule has proved worthy of his title. Admittedly when it comes to Hylia’s chosen ones, I do not have high expectations. But at the very least the child has failed to disappoint me further. This may very well change in the future, but he has so far proved capable. Perhaps i would go as far as to say Hyrule is in good hands with him as their hero. Though they would be in safer hands with one less foolhardy & witless. But i doubt such a fated hero would come to pass. That would imply the goddess is did more than blindly pick her choice of heroes. What success Link has had i will not attribute to her. She was merely lucky this time.
While I recuperated following my defeat, the child had prepared some sort of dish. I had not anticipated Link would share his meal with me, but perhaps I had looked particularly pitiable in his eyes after being so thoroughly defeated. Truth be told I found myself to be quite pitiable in those hours. Even now that my body has recovered, I fear my pride never will. But I suppose my hubris is a suitable sacrifice for the sake of Hyrule.
For a fated hero, this Link is a rather particular character. I would daresay he’s even amusing. I might be so inclined to keep him. It’s been a long time since a Hylian piqued my interest as he does.
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