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Two times she met Robin, two times she checked him out.

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Let him out, came out a minute later to check on him

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AU - The night that Marian returns (and Elsa arrives), Regina leaves the diner quickly and (seemingly) unnoticed. However Henry follows after her and ensures she’s okay and not alone. And Robin is not far behind.
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faithandfearcollide:

AU - The night that Marian returns (and Elsa arrives), Regina leaves the diner quickly and (seemingly) unnoticed. However Henry follows after her and ensures she’s okay and not alone. And Robin is not far behind.

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you damn outlaw queeners just love to ignore the facts don't you? jesus, robin hood and maid marian are TOGETHER in the legend! you can't just ignore that. robin should be with marian, not regina, cos he is in his story. just like snowing!
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outlawqueener:

travelerontheedge17:

lizzexx:

You mean like how Belle is together with Rumpelstiltskin in the story of Beauty and the Beast? ;) Or Alice (in Wonderland) is together with a Genie in her story? :) 

I fully understand wanting Robin and Marian together because of the legend and the romantic love story that comes with it so me being an Outlaw Queen fan doesn’t really mean anything there. I do fully understand it. You’d like to see the legend and love story play out however, there are 3 small issues with that that all center around 1 main fact…there isn’t one specific version of the Robin Hood legend, there are different ones, much like with the legend of King Arthur, which means there are more possibilities for how the Robin Hood legend ‘should’ play out in the show. For example:

1. If you’d like to see the legend play out, then you’d also have to accept that Marian may die, as she does in some versions of the legend, as a historical figure she was thought to be based on (much like Robin is thought to have been based on a historical figure as well) did die in being poisoned by Prince John. You can’t take one and ignore the other, have them together because the legend says so but then refuse to allow for the fact that there is a possibility she may die and ignore the legends and historical base.

2. There are some variations of the Legend where Robin dies first and Marian moves on to his successor, much like Marian died in the show and Robin moved on to Regina. You can’t hold to wanting legend to play out but not accept that perhaps it was something of a role reversal in the show from this version of legend. There is a shift as well in how Marian comes across in legend as well, from a bold and brave woman to a footnote who faints at the sight of blood and everything in between, which makes for any interpretation of Marian’s character fitting for the show as well. (Just to show how things can change within a legend)

3. If you’re really set on the original Robin Hood legend playing out, as in the earliest versions of the legend, you should be aware that Marian doesn’t actually appear in the Robin Hood legend till about 1.5 to 2 centuries later and the only reason she even ends up incorporated into it is because a character, Marion, was represented in a play in a festival where her lover was named Robin (a Robin that had no connection to Robin Hood at all).

**Robin, in some versions of the legend, actually had a different love interest, a ‘Queen’ of the Shepherdesses, Clorinda (which sounds a little closer to Regina than Marian when you think about it) so, in one sense of the legend, Marian shouldn’t be there and Robin should be with a Queen ;)

I’m not really ignoring facts ‘because I’m an Outlaw Queen fan,’ I’m more saying that, because of the different versions of the Robin Hood legend, there are more possibilities for how it can play out with Marian and Robin in the show. I have degrees in Literature and in the Medieval Era, I’ve written papers on how aspects of legends and beliefs change to adapt to the eras they’re retold in, I’m currently applying for doctorate programs in Medieval Literature, just so you know there is at least a tiny level of research and knowledge in what I’m saying. I’m actually taking into account that facts of the original legend and earliest versions of it. In terms of the show though, Marian appears to have died, just as a version of the legend went, and Robin moved on, found Regina, bonded with her. Marian being back, all that means is that this particular legend hasn’t finished yet. But if you want the legend to be set in stone for the show, just to have Robin and Marian together, you’d also have to accept that, with the legend set in stone for the show, Marian may die in the end regardless of if she’s back now and there is a possibility that Robin and Regina would end up together anyway, whether the possible Outlaw Queen reunion happens before or after this potential death is up to the writers.

omg this!!! ^^ 

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ethiopienne:

COLLEGE

GROWING UP

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84/100 Game of Thrones Stills - Season 1.

84/100 Game of Thrones Stills - Season 1.

“But Dumbledore says he doesn’t care what they do as long as they don’t take him off the Chocolate Frog cards.” 

myeyesarehazel:

Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.”

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 Harry is the best hope we have. Trust him.

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He wouldn’t move until I turned it on…

catsamazing:

He wouldn’t move until I turned it on…

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likeafieldmouse:

An anonymous author’s novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China (2012)