It’s canon, really: when an Observer is exposed to a truly, truly strong emotion, they will feel it themselves.
For August, it was bravery. He saw how brave Christine was on the day her parents died, and several years in the future did something brave himself: he saved her from death, despite the cosmic consequences.
We all know September’s. He witnessed how much Walter loved his son, even if it wasn’t really even his son, and that struck a cord in him. Not even really knowing why yet, September knew he had to protect his progeny - his son, his child - and hid him in the past.
For Windmark, it was hatred. More than hatred. He wanted to destroy the fugitives. He wanted to go back in time and get rid of them. He felt all of that because Peter hated him, wanted to destroy him, for killing his daughter, for taking his little girl away from him so soon - only days, maybe a week - after getting her back. And Peter’s need for revenge was so intense that it bypassed Observer tech.
rise against discography (transparent!)
"Oh, the grey pigeons? They were a red herring."
mass effect just goes from WOW NEAT ALIENS SPACE IM COMMANDER SHEPARD to everyones fuckign dea d everyoens dead theyr re fuckign gone its over
Almost Human: genderswap
Lena Headey as John Kennex
Kandyse Mcclure as Dorian DRN
Battlestar Galactica Miniseries (December 8th, 2003)
This is the Commander. Moments ago, this ship received word that a Cylon attack against our homeworlds is under way. We do not know the size or the disposition or the strength of the enemy forces, but all indications point to a massive assault against Colonial defenses. “How? Why?” doesn’t really matter now. What does matter is that as of this moment, we are at war.
do people already ship karl urban and that sexy human robot or what