If you were in ACOTY what would be your biggest dream?
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I hope you all enjoy! I wasn't sure what it was going to be when I first started painting it but... I think it reminds me of Rhys visiting Feyre in her cell Under the Mountain. Included a picture of myself because painting is personal, so, hello from the person behind the painting as well
Please bear with me, this post may be a bit long.
I've searched, I've been unsuccessful, and now I'm hopeful that I might be able to find someone here. I've recently gotten into the ACOTAR series (recently as in I've read the first 3 books in two days... shamelessly) and I'm chomping at the bit to start up a roleplay in the universe!
On the off-chance that someone reading this is also interested in this roleplay (please oh please) I'd be happy to tell you a bit about myself:
- I'm a female roleplayer with about 12 years of experience (I'm 26) and I like to double with my partners. :) I write OCs and like to do OCxCanon pairings.
- I'm hoping to find partners that are 21+ for my own comfort level, but definitely not any younger than 18. IMO no one younger than 17 should even be reading these novels, ya feel me?
- I love some solid romance in my roleplays, but I'm also biiiig on angst. BRING ALL THE DRAMA!
- I don't have many non-no's on my list beyond the usual but I really like to focus on character/story development. I like sex as much as the next person (*beats off the Rhysand fangirls screaming in the background*) but I really don't want it to be the main thing the roleplay is about. I swear nothing kills a roleplay faster.
- I tend to match what my partner puts out, but my usual length for replies is 2-5 paragraphs per character.
- My cat Sushi likes belly rubs, butt scratches and cheddar cheese. She's the shit and I'm a shameless cat mom.
If anyone is at all interested I'd seriously love to chat with you and mix up some magic! :) I write over GDocs, Email and via roleplayerguild.com so please feel free to shoot me an email and we can go from there! My email is: email@example.com
I finished the series
I literally cried when Feyre was like
"That beautiful, blue-eyes boy that the Bone Carver had once showed me"
And i paused and i went back to when she was showing Rhysand what she wanted her present to be and read it all again.
Anyone have any details on the next book??
I'm absolutely in LOVE with the ACOTAR series! I lock myself in my room on most days and spend hours and hours reading the series, again and again, every day. My friends say I need to get out more and I kinda agree but these books are just SOOOO much better than actual people. I think I might need psychological help. But anyway, does anyone on this entire fandom know what the title and release date of the next book will be? I think I might die waiting. Help. I'm very much in love with these books.
Hey there everyone! As most of you are no doubt aware of, Sarah has a new series called Crescent City in the works. The first book, House of Earth and Blood, will be released in March 2020. It's been described as more adult than the ToG and ACOTAR series, although considering that they both contain rather graphic violence and sexual content already, I doubt the difference will matter much.
Anyways, as anyone who has already read Kingdom of Ash will know, the ToG and ACOTAR Universes have been confirmed to exist in more-or-less the same world. We won't know for sure if Crescent City is also just a Wyrdgate away until the first (or last ?) book is released, but one can hope. Perhaps Sarah will comment on it sometime in the future.
With the World of Sarah J Maas expanding, I would like to get the community's opinion on a proposal for merging all SJM Wikis together into one wiki, similar to how the Riordan Wiki came to be a hub for all his works, as they existed within the same universe. No plans have been made yet, so don't worry about the wikis disappearing. Now is just a time for thinking about how to better represent the fandom we all know and love.
Now's your chance :)
I'm a bit confused about the healing methods Rhysand used under the mountain in order to heal Feyre's arm (which had a bone stuck in it after Feyre's first trial with the Middengard Wyrm). I mean those methods sound rather brutal to me?
He crushes her bones, tears her tendons und completely opens her wound (which causes her to pass out in pain) before fully healing her from the wound and the fever with his magic...
Wouldn't it have been enough if he carefully pulled out the bone and healed her wound? Was there no way to do it more gently? Did he have to crush her bones in order to heal her arm? I don't have any medical experience so I don't know.
Could someone explain why he had to use those methods?
Why can’t I find anything about the book on the app? But here I can?