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"It works. It makes them happy, keeps them distracted. When Jim is with Sherlock, he isn't scheming. He isn't plotting the downfall of governments, grand jewellery heists or assassinations. When Sherlock is with Jim, his mind doesn't claw itself to death with boredom; he doesn't crave cigarettes or feel tempted to slip into old drug habits. In a sick sort of way, they complete each other.
They know it's coming, though; The End. Jim calls it 'Reichenbach', Sherlock isn't quite sure why. He doesn't give it a name. He doesn't even want to think about it, despite knowing full well that it's inevitable. Their end is drawing closer and closer - it's going to happen whether he likes it or not. He often forgets that Jim isn't just Jim. He's Jim /Moriarty/. He's a dangerous criminal and Sherlock Holmes is the only man who can stop him."