your mutuals as shadowhunter characters (any era)?
Sorry it took me so long to answer, i just can’t be on here so much lately because of uni!
Hi nonnie!! I’ve never done this before and it kinda scares me but let’s try!
@lucie-blackthorns as lucie
@clockworkprincess19 as cecily
@youngreckless as jesse
@inejghafasupremacy as cordelia
@clockworknights as tessa
@livvyheronstairs as sophie
@herondalesunsetcurve as anna
@22herondale as jace
@the-blackdale as cristina
@wraith-of-rroses as matthew
@pink-party-dino as simon
And this is all I can think of for now!
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The quest of second heir
The Seelie queen had gotten the news that Sebastian was going to arrive. She was pleased with herself that her plan worked. She let out a chuckle, she was eager to see him though she pretended as if she didn't. A knock on the door snapped her out of the thoughts. "Come in", she said. The door opened and a boy came in. "You called me mo-queen?", asked the boy. "Yes, I have news for you. Your father will be arriving now", she said cheerfully. The boy wasn't phased at all by it. "Alright", he said. "Go wait in the tea room", she said dismissing him. Then she heard another knock on the door. "Come in", she said. A young faerie messenger came in. "Queen, I have bought a message from the Unseelie king", the faerie said as he gave her a letter. She took it and dismissed him. She opened the letter and read it.
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I have written this letter to tell you that I have missed you. I deeply apologise for what I did and I was hoping if I could make it up to you. Visit my secret garden tomorrow.
* * * *
She threw it aside on her tea table. She had been furious at him for many reasons and was done with the petty excuses. But still, somewhere in her heart, she wanted to run back to him. She didn't know what to do so she decided to go for a walk to clear her mind.
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47. Singing badly as loud as you can
“This way,” Catarina murmured, grabbing Tessa by the elbow before she could go down the path leading to Ragnor’s front door. “He’s not expecting us.”
Tessa narrowed her eyes as Catarina dragged her around the side of the cottage instead. “You said he asked us to help him in the garden.”
“Not quite,” Catarina turned and smiled brightly over her shoulder, completely unashamed, making it very hard to be annoyed with her for lying. “He did mention he was planning on planting some new seeds in his herb garden today when he called me to complain about the Broadway show Magnus dragged him to last weekend. So I needed to check something.”
Even though Tessa had been friends with Ragnor Fell for several decades now, it still struck her as a bad idea to sneak up on him unannounced. But Catarina didn’t seem concerned about potential booby traps or rage earthquakes, so Tessa decided it was probably safe to follow her lead in whatever mischief she had planned.
Catarina stopped right outside the garden wall and gestured for Tessa to be quiet. When Tessa stopped walking and held still, she could hear snatches of song from the other side of the wall, Ragnor’s deep voice slightly off key.
“And we all say, ‘Oh, well, I never, was there ever a cat so clever as Magical Mr. Mistoffelees?’”
“I knew it,” Catarina whispered, an amused grin spreading across her face. “He only complains like that when he’s trying to pretend he didn’t enjoy himself.”
Before Tessa could wonder how Magnus had even managed to talk Ragnor into seeing Cats on Broadway of all things in the first place, Catarina was unlatching the gate with a burst of pale blue sparks, Ragnor’s wards offering no resistance to her magic.
Tessa followed, more hesitantly, and by the time she found Ragnor’s green face camouflaged in all the plants, he had stopped singing and was glowering at them.
Catarina ignored the glower and helped herself to a trowel from the box of gardening tools next to Ragnor.
“You should teach us the songs,” Catarina said conversationally, crouching down to examine the packs of sage and thyme seeds Ragnor had been in the middle of planting. “Tessa’s read the original poems, I’m sure she’ll pick it up.”
Tessa and Ragnor shared a horrified look over Catarina’s head, but Catarina just laughed, mischief shining in her eyes as she got to work planting the seeds.
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