Combination of my two favorite things: Disney and Harry Potter.
I’m might cry
I love you guys too much to not let you make the most of it.
AU → In which Lydia and Allison are fugitives, seducing rich con-men before stealing their money and fleeing the scene.
CATCHING FIRE MOVIE + head-canons: Wiress reminds Finnick of Annie Cresta.
Both Annie and Wiress suffered immensely after their Games; both victors are viewed with pity and/or as a joke and are “not entirely there”. Finnick looks at this damaged woman and sees his Annie. He knows just what to say to make her feel at ease, just how to position himself to make her feel grounded. He’s used to this, unfortunately. He sees Annie in Wiress and it’s painful - that this sort of insanity is a reality for a number of victors.
(In one sentence he not only compliments her, but if going by canon Wiress, this quote [spoken by another character] brings a smile to her face.)
Wiress reminds Finnick of Annie and god, it hurts. She brings up this part of Finnick that knows exactly how to deal with someone as vulnerable as Wiress, someone who is just as damaged; too familiar with a raging mind and how to soothe it.
(He doesn’t mourn Wiress, victors won’t let themselves mourn a tribute (not anymore), but he can’t help seeing Annie instead of her at the Cornucopia, voice going silent, throat slashed, falling backwards into the same waves that stole her mind five years ago, now reaching to steal her body as well.)
Once a king or queen of Narnia, always a king or queen of Narnia. May your wisdom grace us until the stars rain down from the heavens.