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DEFCON 1: that couple that rarely has any interaction and/or all their interaction is so ridiculously brief that you’ll take pretty much anything as a sign of their love for each other. 

DEFCON 2: that couple whose interactions are always strictly platonic but you’re so desperate for the ship to be real that you twist and turn it in every way to make it seem as though it were the most sexual and/or romantic act that was to ever exist.

DEFCON 3: that couple who just makes it too goddamn easy in that their every interaction is laced with so much subtext and sexual undertone that you’re 99.97% sure the writers are trying to fuck with you.

DEFCON 4: that couple that literally takes each other on dates, tell the other that they love them on a regular basis, keep pictures of each other in their apartments, and are legitimately married in alternate universes and you’re just sitting there trying to understand how and/or why this ship isn’t considered canon.
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(cont) This, by the way, is yet another possible explanation for why Percival Graves absolutely /refuses/ to participate in the office Secret Santa exchange. He probably would insist that any gifts have the receipt stapled to them, just to verify that they came from a trusted source.

Oh boy, that was probably a very, very bad day for the Graves family. Percival is rightfully paranoid; even more so after he has children of his own. 
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So, when I was doing my thesis on whether or not fanfiction should be considered a legitimate genre of literature, my advising professor asked me for examples.  I gave him the generic ones, of course - “Pride & Prejudice and Zombies” is a horror fanfic of “Pride & Prejudice”, “50 Shades of Grey” is an erotica fic of “Twilight" - and that seemed to make him understand what fanfiction is, but not how it’s useful.  So I thought about it, and, after about a minute, I said, “Paradise Lost is basically a fanfiction of the Book of Genesis.  And The Divine Comedy is an epic self-insertion fic for Catholic doctrine.  So, basically, you were teaching us fanfiction last semester.”  I had never before seen a grown man’s eyes widen with such fear, incomprehension, disgust, awe, and understanding.

#does that mean the renaissance was almost entirely fan art?

Yes. Yes it does. All ur classic favs had the Renaissance version of DeviantArt. 
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I think Percival would be a species of eagle, the reference I used was a Martial eagle. I wanted to go for a Doberman pinscher at first but while Percival is definitely a loyal agent of MACUSA he’s also a sharp individual who wouldn’t match the friendly personality of a doge. I imagined he’d be more of a bird of prey, an animal which can be trained under the right circumstances and only by those who the bird agrees with.

He probably wouldn’t use his animagus form often as a bird with red trimmed feathers would definitely stand out too much even to no-majs. Newt probably prefers dealing with a bird; tho the sharp look of judgment is Percival’s own, bird or not. I think Seraphina would quite enjoy Percival’s more feathered side.

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