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  2. Public Bookmark 31

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    “she just- she didn’t want to mate with me.” hoseok itches behind his ear nervously, and he begins to roll his lobe in between his forefinger and his thumb. yoongi keeps his eyes glued on hoseok’s glass- watches a bead of condensation leak down into the coaster it’s sitting on.

    yoongi threads his fingers together on his lap. he hopes that hoseok won’t be able to see the way they’re trembling.

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    As more people are writing and reading fanfiction for WoH/SHL, I wanted to do an exploration between the book!characters and the show!characters, because they are REALLY different. This isn’t really like CQL/mdsz where you can just do a fusion and have it still make sense. This looks into both why the characters and relationship is different, as well as why those differences exist.

    +Bonus: Ending of Episode 36 Explained / How Wen Kexing Actually Survived, According to the Books

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  4. Public Bookmark 15

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    It's day X of being stuck inside the armory, and Zhou Zishu is in need of a strong drink. Or something.

    (a quick ficlet to settle my feelings)

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    23 May 2022

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    He couldn’t find anything in Wen Kexing’s body that should be keeping him from waking; it stood to reason that it was his mind that was the problem. Zhou Zishu probably knew Wen Kexing’s mind as well as anyone else alive or dead, and he doubted it was straightforward. So he read about the techniques of Healer Valley, and held Wen Kexing’s wrist or his hand or his cool cheek. The prevailing theory was that the best way to settle a person’s mind for them was in dreams. After all, wasn’t it dreams that told the truth when nothing else would?

    Zhou Zishu wasn’t sure that was true. And he didn’t imagine that Wen Kexing would appreciate having his secrets dragged into the light that way. But frankly it was his own fault; it wasn’t as though he’d left Zhou Zishu any choice. If Wen Kexing would only wake up, he would welcome his complaints.

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