Okay, but Derek/Scott/Braeden though. Really you guys.
They take Scott back to Derek’s loft to shower because he doesn’t want to worry his mom coming home smelling of gasoline or because he doesn’t want to go home yet at all. And Derek’s trying to play it off but he’s really upset by seeing Scott almost burned to death.
While Scott’s in the shower he and Braeden has a whole conversation using just their eyebrows, which is what deadly assassins Mr. and Mrs. Hale eventually become known for: the way they are able to communicate so much with their sexy eyebrows.
It’s up to you what the conversation is. It could be about how Derek just really, really loves Scott McCall. Like, head-over-heels, life-changingly in love. Braeden has to admit she loves him too. She’s seen some terrible leaders and some terrifying demagogues in her life. She’s spent more time with Deucalion than she ever would have wanted. She’s a hunter for hire, so she’s seen so much betrayal and lies. She never really believed too hard in the goodness of people until she met Scott. And yeah, maybe he’s a big part of the reason why she’s here, with Derek. He’s a big part of the reason why she sees this pack of strays as something work protecting and worth fighting for.
Or, you could say the conversation was about how much Derek appreciates the shape of Scott’s ass and how much Braeden shares that appreciation. Your call.
Or, y’know, why not both?
But either way, when Scott comes out of the shower, Derek and Braeden both are at their smoothest (and this also involved coordinated eyebrow action) and ask him, no pressure, only if you want to, if he’d like to stick around.
Ye need not be scairt of me nor of anyone here. So long as I’m with ye.
When you’re not with me?
Legend has it that if I complete all one thousand, I get a special wish. So, uh, that’s three down, 997 to go. So, Harriet, will you join me on my q u e s t so that we can share this wish together?
I was wondering if you would give me another chance to go on your quest.
Clarke Griffin Appreciation Week: Day Two - Relationships
Clarke + Wells Jaha
There is love in our bodies and it holds us together
but pulls us apart when we’re holding each other.
And now, back in the small shed of his father’s work house, where the light fights it’s way though panels of ancient wood, Icarus cups his hands together, sees inside is darkness. (written by Emma.)