Act Three, Chapter Four: 10

28th Dec 11:00 PM, 2017 in Act Three: Chapter Four
Act Three, Chapter Four: 10
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Author Notes:

MsMegan 28th Dec 11:00 PM, 2017
MsMegan
"And I'm sorry for saying geraniums are cheap-looking, and that I don't like tulips. The goldenrod is really lovely. I just have seasonal allergies and it wasn't meant to be personal."

Comments:

Mar-ee 28th Dec 11:11 PM, 2017
When they think harm (she's referring to) do they mean to the plants or himself? I mean granted yes, Beast has gone through some emotional stuff. But that castle or plant is being a little harsh 8B. I mean it they both had to work out stuff. Sorry that probably doesn't make sense. Just thinking aloud that and I know the castle/plants or whatever have their own brain
Tursiops 29th Dec 1:09 AM, 2017
Watch out for the Snapdragons of the heart.
Mums 29th Dec 10:19 AM, 2017
omg MsMegan your author's note had me cracking up!
AshErika 29th Dec 1:39 PM, 2017
ok, the page makes me want to sniffle, while the author's note made me laugh. weird feeling lol
Miss Elcia 29th Dec 8:40 PM, 2017
Maybe the castle's not as bad as we all thought. Or maybe the garden, at least, isn't.
NanamiG 30th Dec 10:08 AM, 2017
The garden was the Beast's. He cultivated it himself from the beginning so the magic plants would be very loyal to him since he took care of them and loved them. The Castle has no such loyalty to him, so pretty sure it's just as bad as we all thought ;)
melaredblu 30th Dec 6:54 PM, 2017
melaredblu
Hmm. I always assumed the castle was evil, but perhaps it's that the castle loves him too? This page really makes me rethink the meaning behind a lot of previous pages. This is such a fascinating page!
AbigailBrooks 24th Dec 6:53 PM, 2018
AbigailBrooks
I like the other commenters' theory that the garden, which was under the Beast's cultivation, wants to protect him, even if the castle doesn't. That fits with the evidence nicely. Also, Beauty, "I promise I won't do any harm! ...No more than I've already done"? I'm not certain that's fair to you. You never tried to hurt him and you can't be blamed for leaving when you had the opportunity. You were a prisoner, so of course you went! More than that, you didn't know how bad the Beast's situation was. You can't blame yourself for something you had no knowledge of. But your words do see to appease the briar, so that's something.