Super excited for Catching Fire
“KIDS ARE YOU FIGHTING BACK THERE”
“I WILL TURN MYSELF AROUND”
I AM SO DONE
so who’s gonna subtitle this?
Alyvia’s eyes widened as she saw the center of the circle and the creature being raised from the ground by three dark shadows. “E-e-edward?” She questioned, watching as the crumpled-skinned creature was placed in the exact middle of the alchemists, on top of the fountain, crushing the marble artwork. Water spread over the ground, pooling around their feet as the shadows laughed menacingly. The alchemists, Roy’s team, other random passing-by’s were lining the road, their eyes glazed over as they watched the shadows dancing in the storm light. Their expressions hung like masks, hiding their every feature as they waited for the storm to begin.
Ed was speechless. He didn’t know what to do. “I-I..” He couldn’t finish as he saw the motionless body fall onto the fountain. His eye’s caught something. “Move. Now.” He said, hurriedly. They were in a part of the array. “Go!” He started pushing her out, still following. A few drops of rain fell. “Shit.” He muttered under his breath.
Alyvia pushed past the frozen alchemists, past Al and Mustang and Major, past Riza and the team, past everyone she could, kicking up her frenzied pace as the raced through the drops of rain. “We have to do something!” She shouted, looking back for Edward as she made it out of the array, unable to spot him.
Ed had focused on getting her out first, but as the rain started to fall, Ed felt himself unable to get out of the circle. “You’re gonna have to think of something quick! I can’t move!” Ed could feel himself spacing out. He could still see, and think for himself, but he knew he was just like the others. Dazed out, in the middle of the array.
“You idiot! Why did you get me out first?!” She shouts at him, trying her hardest to find what was controlling them. When she was unsuccessful, she pulled something she thought she would never be able to do. “Maybe if you weren’t so short you could have been able to get out of there! Next time you should drink more MILK!” She begged that would be enough to at least get him out of his haze as the fat drops of rain began to soak the ground.