REMINDER THAT YOU CAN JUST KINDA PUT SHERLOCK HOLMES IN THINGS. he's public domain so you can just kinda use him wherever. i made him break up with a wizard
play YOU ARE A WIZARD today for that good good "i got into a big fight with sherlock holmes and he broke up with me" content
@HTHR eagerly awaiting the next dresden files novel where sherlock holmes just kinda strolls out of the mist and tells harry how to fix everything so the author can move on from that series forever
@Nine @kittybecca @HTHR I guess Doc Watson would be that grounded friend, who for some reason remains in Holmes' circles, despite the despotic ravings, and keeps trying to bring him back to reality by asking him questions that point out the holes in the "brilliant hypotheses".
Like "How do you suppose Lady Gargron got from her husband's funeral to the Wayhouse in time to set the fire?" only to be met with one rationalization after another, each more outlandish than the last.
Big fan of anyone using this public property, the sillier the better. Sherlock Bones is probably my favourite.
@HTHR Just remember that law of literature prevents you from putting him into anything better than cheap dime novels about crime.
@HTHR Just remember Mr Holmes is not flanged at the base so there are certain places it’s not safe to put him.
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