Just in case you guys need to cry.
This is one of the best tributes to the series I’ve ever seen.
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Peeta and katniss’ daughter slowly began to learn about the games and the Capitol and the rebellion in school. One day she came home and told her parents that a real soldier rebellion veteran came to school to talk to them. She turned to her mother and asked, “Did you know a soldier named Gale Hawthorne?”
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↳ (2/10) Ling Yao: "It was supposed to make us all immortal."
The fact that Ling said “us” speaks lengths. It can be so easily assumed that the only reason Ling searched for the Philosopher’s Stone was for selfish reasons since he was so keen on becoming the new emperor of Xing. However, in this part, when he cries over the death of Fuu - one of his servants - you can see that he wasn’t just looking out for himself. It reinforces what he said to Bradley (“You will never be a true king.”). Nobles like him wouldn’t even bat a lash if one of their servants died. But Ling is different. You can see how selfless he is. He wanted to use the Stone, not just for him, but for everyone. He wanted go back to Xing with both Lan Fan and Fuu by his side. He thought they would all be immortal with the stone. You can see clearly that in this part, when he says us, that he was never doing anything for himself and he cares deeply for all his people.
Suddenly the door behind him bursts open and three Peacekeepers spring into the room. Two pin Cinna’s arms behind him and cuff him while the third hits him in the temple with such force he’s knocked to his knees. But they keep hitting him with metal-studded gloves, opening gashes on his face and body. I’m screaming my head off, banging on the unyielding glass, trying to reach him. The Peacekeepers ignore me completely as they drag Cinna’s limp body from the room. All that’s left are the smears of blood on the floor.