Alvin: Will you still believe in me?
Alvin: Thanks, Jude.
God… I need play this XDDDDDDDDD
♞ Sebastian wasn’t the sniper at St. Barts.
When Jim told him the plan, told him what might happen, and what he was prepared to do to win, Sebastian couldn’t do it. He wouldn’t even think about it. He said the very idea of it made him feel sick to his stomach. Jim dropped the subject.
Then, before he met Sherlock on the roof, Jim asked Sebastian to help him out again, one last time. Sebastian refused. They had a huge argument about it. Sebastian said he wasn’t prepared to watch someone he loved put a bullet in his own head. Jim said if he loved him he’d do what he asked. Sebastian called him a madman. Jim called him a coward.
Not five minutes after Jim had left their flat, Sebastian pulled on his boots and headed over to St. Barts. He couldn’t be a part of it but he couldn’t not be there. He broke into the apartment with the best view of the roof.
Then he watched it all happen.
He watched Jim eat his (Sebastian’s) gun.
And he wondered if Jim had known that he was there all along. He could have sworn he’d looked up at him for a second. He wondered if he’d thought of him. Who had Sebastian Moran been to Jim Moriarty in those final moments - his cowardly lion or his brave tiger?
Did it even matter anymore?