This is the blog of an eighteen year old sociopath. Here you will find Sherlock, Supernatural, The Avengers, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The Hobbit, Destiel, Johnlock, Misha Collins (obsessively) and some NSFW stuffs.
This blog follows the path of my mind, which means that it can go from super funny to extremely depressing in no time.
I DO NOT TAG SPOILERS AS THEY AUTOMATICALLY ENTER MY QUEUE.
People who say that fanfiction isn’t real writing make me mad. Here are some of the reasons why:
- People don’t say that covers of songs aren’t real songs.
- It takes genuine time and effort to create a good work of fanfiction, just like it does for an original work
- In fanfiction, you have a set of parameters for the characters that you have to follow- even in AU!
- There are so many things that you can do with the plot now that you don’t have to worry about characters. I’ve read some fanfiction that is more involved than some of the novels I’ve read.
- EVEN IF YOU ARE USING SOMEONE ELSE’S CHARACTERS, YOU ARE STILL WRITING AN ENTIRE STORY. YOU ARE NOT SLACKING BY WRITING FANFICTION.
This probably has already been talked about, but I was going through John’s blog the other day and this bit caught my attention. Why is John assuming there was just one sniper, when we were shown clearly that there were multiple laser dots, both on Sherlock and on John? It is such a weird thing to assume, because Moriarty never says anything about this in the episode… And that bit about ‘his John Watson’? What’s up with that? I know that it’s a nod to canon about Moran but it’s such a weird thing for John to assume…
Mofftiss said in one of the post-s3 interviews that the whole Moriarty plot was planned ‘a long time ago’. What if this is supposed to be a clue for the Mary is Moran theory? It’s no secret that Moriarty is a mirror to Sherlock and that if you look at Mary she’s a mirror to John (blond, medical background, serving the country in the CIA, but now gone rogue). They never say this in the show itself, granted, but the blog contains so many other clues about Johnlock that I don’t think it’s a far-fetched to assume it contains clues about other plot points as well (and it’s teamwork as Joe Lidster said). Coupled with the way Mary signs some of her comments on the blog (all these are pre-Sherlock’s return, incidentally…):
which is reminiscent of the way someone ELSE signs their text messages:
Just a thought.
OLD WOMAN: He was so … His voice …
OLD WOMAN: He sounded so … soft.
—The Great Game (transcript by Ariana deVere)
SHERLOCK: Nice stationery. Bohemian.
SHERLOCK: From the Czech Republic. No fingerprints?
SHERLOCK (looking closely at the writing): She used a fountain pen. A Parker Duofold – iridium nib.
SHERLOCK: Obviously.. (x)
(Also, what if Mary is not American, but Czech)
NO BUT, after Mycroft says “The East Wind is coming, Sherlock. It’s coming to get you’ in the Mind Palace, Sherlock runs down the stairs, opens the door and we get this shot: