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Welcome! This blog is about everything that is related to Toothiana, the Tooth Fairy from the upcoming Dreamworks movie "Rise of the Guardians" based on William Joyce's books for children "Guardians of Childhood". Here will be posted art, pictures, fan fics, excerpts from books etc. that involve Tooth. I hope you'll find this blog worth of your time, and you are more than welcome if you send me tips to help me making it better. IMPORTANT: I'm NOT a rp blog! Although, I do follow other role-play blogs, this is just a RotG fandom blog in which I reblog things about the movie and books. Sorry
caulophryne:

I found a bunch of unfinished sketches of Tooth wearing Pitch’s jacket |:
the-guardian-of-fun:


Tooth & Jack Frost | Rise of the Guardians


Yooooo these turned out nice! I’m happy to see our collaboration being brought to life!

Why Tooth is awesome

scriptorsapiens:

ittybittyblue:

scriptorsapiens:

riseoftheguardiansmovieanalysis:

So… I’m gonna talk about Tooth and the gifs below will be my proof!

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I’m not sure if anyone else has noticed… but in the second gif, no one seems to be paying attention to Monty.

Except for Jack and Tooth

Jack just gives him a look, enough to see that Monty’s alright. Well, it’s his nature to be protective!

But take a look at Tooth.

She’s reaching out to Monty, ready to get him out of harm’s way!

She demonstrates this motherly nature many times throughout the movie.

Like when she punches Pitch in the face. “That’s for my fairies!”

She’s all like: No one kidnaps my babies and gets away with it!

And at the end, I don’t know, but in the hug between her and Jack, she seemed proud of him the way my mom is proud of me whenever I get good grades. 

So I think that Tooth will eventually get over her crush and think of Jack as a son instead…

Thoughts?

~Waves

Still ship Rainbow Snowcone, but I can definitely see Tooth’s maternal side here. 

Hmmm I’m not quite sure about that, I mean it’s a valid point and something to mull over but since the ending of the movie left a lot of things up in the air my take on it is different. She’s been taking care of children for centuries and after such a long time of nurture being apart of the job it’d only be natural for it to just become apart of who she is. If it already wasn’t. A large proportion of her character in the movie is her tendency to be motherly, and protective. 

Now, that scene could be interpreted as a mother figure rushing to give her new, self-proclaimed son a hug because she’s just so proud of him. Or, it could be interpreted more along the lines of they just defeated a villain, kept the children safe, and, turns out, Jack didn’t actually betray them and has found his center.

That’s enough to make anyone jump for joy and be proud, all the guardians look proud of him in this moment. Even Bunny. So if the guardian he had the most grieve with in the past has come to care for him it only makes sense that the guardian that liked him from the beginning is also immensely proud.

With how she interacted with him the rest of the movie I don’t believe she’s going to come to think of him as a son. Maybe because this is the look she gives him directly after the hug:

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And even during it she was looking at him in a way that didn’t quite strike me a Mother proud of her son but a woman with romantic intentions proud of the object of their affection???? The thing is though, I ship them, so I’m pretty biased, and the rest of their interactions in the movie came off much too flirty for me to think of them as Mother and son most days. But hey, that’s just my opinion!

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Why Tooth is awesome

riseoftheguardiansmovieanalysis:

So… I’m gonna talk about Tooth and the gifs below will be my proof!

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I’m not sure if anyone else has noticed… but in the second gif, no one seems to be paying attention to Monty.

Except for Jack and Tooth

Jack just gives him a look, enough to see…