The meme is here: Give me the names of two characters and I will tell you why character A loves character B.
Here is sauergeek‘s first prompt.
Jin had been just old enough to be annoyed by this whole little-sibling thing when his mother had put Junie in his arms.
He hadn’t instantly fallen in love with her. She was small and fragile and loud. He, at that point, had very little interest in things small and fragile and loud.
It was weeks later, when he found out that he could make very minor illusions and had to show them off to someone, that’s when things changed.
His mother was brewing a tisane and couldn’t be disturbed; his father was reading a large tome in the library and looked like disturbing him would not go well. He could wait for dinner – but Jin did not want to wait for dinner. (Patience was a hard- and late-earned skill for him.)
So he decided to show the new baby the illusion.
And she cooed. She reached out for it with her chubby little hands. She was thrilled. Jin felt amazing. This tiny little thing, this thing that cried all the time and nothing at all seemed to soothe her – she liked his illusions.
That cemented it. From that day on, Junie was Jin’s first audience for every illusion, every spell (that was safe to her, of course; he kept the others to a room behind the garage where no-one else came), every cantrip.
And, eventually, Junie found out Jin’s secrets, too.
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