4 Works by mollivanders in The 100 (TV)
He can still picture him, though the image in his mind has grown rusty around the edges, a reminder to himself that Miller has aged. Monty tries to imagine what he looks like now one year gone, two years, six years. Six years can do a lot of damage. Perhaps he’d grown his beard out, or had an injury that dropped his shoulder, or put on more muscle from lack of anything else to occupy him, going as stir crazy as Monty suspects he has gone.
(Perhaps – maybe – he’d be just the same.)
Monty traces the lines of Miller’s face in his mind, his thumb running over Miller’s sweet lips, and tries to taste him across space and time. A thousand more chances run through his fingers and he grasps at them in turn, promising himself that if he gets one more, just one, he won’t second guess himself again, or worry what Miller will think of him, or whether someone else is watching them.
This time, he’ll leap.
Fandoms: The 100 (TV)
11 Jun 2017
He leads and she checks him, though he’s less prone to rebel tendencies when he’s the king.
“You’re a pain in the ass, Raven,” he says when she hands him the requisition list and she grins.
“Happy to serve,” she jokes, and he walks backwards into a wall as he tries to make a smooth exit.
She doesn’t quite manage not to laugh at him. For all her memories of the ground that she’d like to forget, there are others more bittersweet than bitter. She turns them over in her memory when nobody is looking, private thoughts that grow from seeds into more. She remembers the way he’d jumped when she’d yelled BOOM!; how he carried her when she had fallen to the ground, anguished and speechless; how he’d closed the shuttle door, and she’d breathed easy for the first time that day.
A year after the dropship crashed to the Earth in the wrong place, Bellamy goes hunting, like any other day. He and the other settlers are preparing for winter, better equipped and informed than the year before. There is a crispness to the wind that suggests snowfall will not be far behind, and Rex keeps pace with him, quiet as they track deer.
All of a sudden, Rex halts in his tracks, a low whine in his throat alerting Bellamy but not the game. He’s scented Grounders before Bellamy can see them, and they both crouch to the Earth as Bellamy scans the horizon. They’re nowhere near the Tondc settlement, or any other that he’s learned of, but a moment later he hears the soft crunch of leaves under boots.
He whirls into position, rifle at his shoulder, and comes face to face with Clarke.
His last memory of Clarke is a fragment of battle, a shot of her desperate face as she retreats into the drop ship.
He’s not going to make it.
Realizing that he and Finn only have seconds to get to safety, he knocks the Grounder he’s fighting away in a one desperate shove and yells for Finn to follow him into the tunnels.
(He carries that glimpse of Clarke with him for weeks.)