Erik is a jerk
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19 May 2014
Nobody said anything at the time. He suspected they were too confused (too frightened) to really know what they saw. No one asked him about it, and really, they all have better things to think about. Everyone on that ship is running away from something, has some reason to be afraid.
Erik's just a kid. He doesn't want to be the thing everyone is scared of.
After Brian Xavier's 1936 paper details the discovery of the X-gene, paranoia and fear for the future of human kind have created a world where mutants are treated with prejudice in all aspects of life. Erik Lehnsherr, private attorney, has dedicated his career to helping defend mutants without the means to do so themselves. But behind his noble pursuit is a dark past, and in a world where power pulls the strings, the only thing that matters more than genes and money is blood.
Erik once said to Charles, "I'm not the marrying kind, Charles. You should know better." Well, now he's married and expecting a kid - with Charles' baby sister, Raven. And, as always, he ends up choosing the easier way out even though it hurts them more than what he really wants to do.
Really - Charles should know better.
The one where Erik's a douchebag that breaks up with Charles because he can't marry, but end up marrying his sister and breaking Charles heart in the end.
Fandoms: Le Fantôme de l'Opéra | Phantom of the Opera & Related Fandoms, Le Fantôme de l'Opéra | Phantom of the Opera - Gaston Leroux
21 Apr 2017
“You saved my life! I do not deny it. But you should know that if you keep coming down here such facts will cease to matter to me. I cannot hold myself back forever.”
He always talked like this. "Holding himself back." Telling the daroga that if he didn’t stop coming he might do something he’d regret. Veiled threats, veiled insults; expressions that mingled hostility and self loathing without making the hostility less potent. He could not hold himself back forever. What was that supposed to even mean?
Or, the one where Erik runs out of restraint and the daroga doesn't give a damn.
- Part 1 of Let Me In