I wish it would be considered less crazy to talk about our own dæmons. It’s rather healthy to have one, I think, but I hate feeling like I have to completely trust someone before I can tell them that I have a “dæmon” that I talk to on a regular basis.
I just realised
as far as I can remember there is nothing in canon that says Will Parry is white
isn’t he described as “dark”? or at least with black hair and dark eyes
behold my new HDM headcanon
Will Parry is black or at least mixed race
because wouldn’t that make his fierce independence and protectiveness of his mother more (not profound, but words and me had a troubled relationship)?
Wouldn’t it be great if there was some sort of annual fan-meetup “event” in Oxford (maybe in the botanical garden, at the bench) on Midsummer when Lyra and Will would sit there in their worlds?
When I first read the intercision scene in TGC, I was in class, hiding the book underneath my desk. My teacher saw it and took the book away from me. I cried the whole break because I was so afraid I wouldn’t get it back; I just needed to know what happened so badly.
My favorite book of the series will forever be NL/TGC, closely followed by TAS. I just love Lyra’s world so much and I wish we had gotten more of it in the later books.
My favorite moments in HDM will forever be the scenes in which Lyra and Pan interact directly with each other, especially scenes only including the two of them. I just love their relationship; it’s my favorite in the series, apart from Lee’s and Hester’s, perhaps.
By trying to figure out my dæmon’s form, I have learnt a lot about myself. It really helped me.
I really love pictures/photos of humans and animals that seem like human-dæmon relationships. I kind of “collect” them. Always gives me a really warm feeling, like this is the closest we might get to dæmons in our world. They also seem way more realistic than any photomanip I’ve seen.
I think that some animals can’t be dæmons. Elephants, dolphins and some primates are concious of themselves, many studies can confirm this, so it’s impossible for humans to relate to them. It would be just like having a human dæmon, we can’t be someone else.
In my head, my dæmon is a thin, brown cat with wide green eyes, a falcon or a golden retriever dog, which funnily enough kind of represents the three main facets of my personality. But I’ve never met another person with three dæmons before.