Aw. I was there for the filming of this scene. Tiny baby Sebastian was adorable. (He and Little Jace with the falcon were there the same day, but played by different children.) He hit Jonathan Rhys Meyers repeatedly with his sword there. Fortunately it was wood.
Flashback deleted scene with Jocelyn, Valentine and young Jonathan
Deleted scene: Simon asks about demons
So many scenes I have never seen!
Ooh, the fun part of DVDs being out. Deleted scenes! Luke and Jocelyn.
"It was a set up. An ambush. I barely survived."'Luke tells the truth about Valentine deleted scene
Trigger warning for discussion of incest, sexual threat, and cannibalism. And Hannibal spoilers.
I’m a huge fan of the mortal instruments! I absolutely adore your writing and your characters! I do have a genuine question though. Why is incest such a reoccurring theme in TMI?…
A parabatai. Like he was. And Jace knew, too, what that faded rune meant: a parabatai whose other half was dead. He felt his sympathy leap toward Brother Zachariah, as he imagined himself without Alec, with only that faded rune to remind him where once he had been bonded to someone who knew all the best and worst parts of his soul.
Hello there. I have three questions actually, very short ones. One. Will CoHF have an epilogue like CP2 had? Two. Can you be parabatai with your brother or sister? And three. There will be any important fairy characters in TDA? I would really liek to see one. Sorry for any writting mistake. I…
SPOILERS FOR CLOCKWORK PRINCESS BELOW.
So I’m curious if Jem is meant to be off travelling the world in 2008 how does he turn up as brother Zachariah to help jace with the heavenly fire ?! Also would you ever write a series in between TID and tmi?! — melissaelizabethsarson
I would indeed write a series in between TID and TMI, and plan to. Right now it is only known as TLH because I am contrarian. But here is everything about it.
As for the previous question, I think people often forget the City of books take place in 2007. The epilogue of CP2 takes place after City of Lost Souls and quite possibly entirely after City of Heavenly Fire. I shall resurrect Ye Olde Timeline for assistance:
"Hey Cassie! I’ve read all the TID and TMI books but the whole [redacted] Brother Zachariah thing confuses me a little bit still. What confuses me is the whole time span of it all with respect to the TMI books. Can you clear that up? (And also I can’t remember what TMI books he did appear in). —…
I had to redact a bunch of this ask’s spoilery bits but I think I managed — in essence, I’ve gotten a lot of asks about where the epilogue of Clockwork Princess fits into the timeline of TMI.
Here’s the basic timeline of the TMI books:
CoB: takes place in August 2007, the year the book was published.
CoA: begins in very early September 2007- a few days to a week after CoB ends.
CoG: begins in September, about 1 week after CoA ends. The whole book takes place in 1.5-2 weeks. It is mentioned that the leaves on trees are beginning to turn fall colors.
CoFA: begins in Mid-October (Halloween decorations are up, Simon mentions the month) and ends around the third or fourth week of October. In CoFA, it is also mentioned that Clary has been training to fight demons for 7 weeks.
CoLS: The prologue is set in late October. The first chapter begins two weeks later, in the 2nd week of November.
October had 5 weeks in 2007. Here’s a link to a 2007 calendar:
The Clockwork Princess prologue takes place in 2008.
We don’t know when in 2008, but we do know enough to know it takes place after the events of City of Lost Souls. It is either during or after the events of City of Heavenly Fire.
As for Bro Z, he appears in City of Fallen Angels and City of Lost Souls. It is explained in City of Fallen Angels that he was among the few Silent Brothers who was not in the Silent City when Valentine attacked, and therefore survived.
So yes, basically, the epilogue of Clockwork Princess takes place in the future of the characters in City of Lost Souls. You can search it for clues about Heavenly Fire if you want. :)
James, you conundrum, you.
You can only ever have one parabatai. You pick them before you’re eighteen, and you are stuck with them forever unless death, exile, one of you becoming a mundane, or one of you becoming a Downworlder or Iron Sister or Silent Brother parts you. In other words, you are parted by massive transformative changes that alter the person you are.
You cannot then find another parabatai. You’re out of the game. You had the one, and you have to learn to live without them. The Law is hard, but it is the Law.
You can be parabatai with someone unrelated to you, or with a family member, a brother or sister or cousin. Parabataican be any gender mix. You can’t fall in love with them, and you can’t marry them. You’re not really supposed to hook up with them either but if I had a nickel for everyone who ever broke that rule I’d have a swimming pool full of nickels and I could roll around in it like Scrooge McDuck.
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