Read about their experiences and share your own! In "Who Would Win", their fighting goes to a higher level, since they fight after Jake won't take training seriously and the ensuing fight caused multiple injuries to both of them. But, in the end of the episode, they go back to being friends again after their confrontation with the Dream Warrior. This attitude might be because of the influence the book has inflicted upon it. When she curiously dips her hand in the pool and jumps back in pain, Finn rushes to her aid, surprising her. In the same episode Finn, in an attempt to convince Jake of her generally wholesome ways, calls Marceline "a radical dame who likes playing games.". Cool." This whole episode proves that, whatever challenges be thrown at Finn, he still will continue to love Flame Princess. In "You're Invited," she sits next to Finn at the dinner table and in fact snuggles close into his chest when aloud clattering noise comes from within the darkness. He becomes enraged and states that he'll kill whoever started a fire that burned his two pictures of Bubblegum. This is also evidenced in "Who Would Win", in which Finn says he wants to have an award with Jake, instead of only himself. His goal was for PB and Gumbald to make amends, and for he and Fern to make amends. Jake mentioned Jermaine is "Crystals Have Power", which revealed that the brothers occasionally share their dreams. She confesses her love for him, but Finn declines the offer to be with her, stating that the feeling is simply not mutual, highlighting his insensitivity and carelessness at the time. In "Holly Jolly Secrets Part II," the Ice King has a locket with the pictures of Finn and Jake. ", Martin does not care for Finn as much as Finn cares for him. Also, it's worth mentioning that in Adventure Time Vol. Finn is shown to display a liking to Jake Jr. Finn however, did not really want to. After Finn became motivated to save Ooo even more with the idea of saving Jake. In "Ignition Point," Finn's affections for Flame Princess go as far as questioning the Flame King about her affiliation. A fiery tear from Flame Princess' right eye is revealed that she is harmed both physically and emotionally. Flame Princess says that no matter how much they like each other, they can't be together because they are of conflicting elements. Flame Princess says that fire's purpose is to burn and proclaims that the Goblin Kingdom will be her own Fire Kingdom. In Puhoy, Finn married Roselinen and had two children, Jay and Bonnie, named of course after Jake and Bonnibel. When he goes to write a poem for Flame Princess, Bubblegum finds him, and tries to explain to him that "responsibility demands sacrifice." Finn and Princess Bubblegum share a staunch sense of morality and often work together to bring justice and balance to the Land of Ooo. She tells him he can visit her any time in the Fire Kingdom as long as he is completely honest with her, and he looks upset - but nods in agreement. This is also evidenced in "Who Would Win," in which Finn says he wants to have an award with Jake, instead of only himself. In "The Duke", she shows that she could never hate Finn forever after he accidentally threw a bottle that made her green and ugly, implying that she has a deep friendship with him to not be able to break it. Jake extinguishes the cart's flames, consequently hurting Flame Princess once more. He then told Jake, "Dude, I think I have a crush.". At the end of the episode, when Jake's life was saved by defibrillation, Finn is seen to be extremely relieved and crying as well, demanding Jake never leave him again. He drank water from the village until he heard the "tree spirit" which turned out to be Martin. Finn was a little creeped out and shocked by his appearance but grew more accepting of it and said that they can fix it. Fern then shows Finn the destination, an old temple and its ruins. In "Burning Low," Finn thinks Princess Bubblegum is jealous of his new relationship after hearing this statement from Jake; this thought is boosted by her attempts to call off the relationship, but in reality she is trying to prevent global destruction from a disastrous reaction by Flame Princess's unstable elemental matrix. In "Video Makers," BMO records the footage requested by Finn and Jake, although they disagree on what genre of movie it will be, so they leave BMO a note that tells it to keep only the best footage and present it at the Movie Club. The Ice King and Flame Princess have battle in the Ice Kingdom, which eventually melts because of Flame Princess' powers. Similar to how Finn's love for Jake saved Finn from the Dungeon Train, it is also possible that Jake's love for Finn saved Jake from a life of crime. Near the end of the episode, the two are shown snuggled up side-by-side by a roaring fire, wearing ugly Christmas sweaters. Occasionally, Finn and Jake seem to take on parental roles when it comes to BMO, such as taking it to soccer practice or disciplining it when it misbehaves. Later, Braco asks Finn for the map to the soul stone, so that he can bring Princess Bubblegum the stone, in the hopes that she will love him. Jake is also angry at Princess Bubblegum, as he believes that she is trying to sabotage Finn and Flame Princess' relationship, when he just wants Finn to be happy. Finn attacks Fern and questions his actions, to which the latter argues that "you've [Finn] been Finn long enough." In "Happy Warrior," when Finn and LSP sneak into the Fire Kingdom, LSP asks Finn if he is still into Flame Princess; Finn answered "No. In the series finale "Come Along With Me," Fern was on Gumbald's side, as the Gum War was beginning. When she accidentally lights the liquid pyrotechnics left behind by Princess Bubblegum and douses her fire, he saves her and brings her into the house. In "Incendium," BMO's video game music inspires Finn to sing All Gummed Up Inside, then BMO helps watch him while Jake courts Flame Princess, and pulls a kancho prank on him to try to cheer him up. He becomes enraged and states that he'll kill whoever started a fire that burned his two pictures of Bubblegum. They find her by a pond and hide behind bushes. Finn freed Marceline's father from the Nightosphere so that Marceline could have closure with him. After "The Party's Over, Isla de Señorita," Ice King stopped kidnapping princesses, an activity that was the main reason he became an enemy of Finn. In the series finale "Come Along With Me," Minerva and the other humans of the islands come to Ooo and are greeted by Finn and Jake. They hung out and made it work, despite their age difference. No more!" In the continuation episode, "Hot to the Touch," she officially becomes Finn's new love interest. Together, they traverse the dungeon, with Finn teaching her how to properly dungeon crawl. She assures him that she only likes Finn as his normal self. At first Fern believed that he was Finn (due to having his memories) and believed the actual Finn to be an impostor. As housemates, brothers and best friends (homies), Finn and Jake share a very deep and strong bond. Finn and Jake have saved each other's lives on several occasions, and often adventure throughout the Land of Ooo together. Flame Princess then bids him goodbye. She assures him that she only likes Finn as his normal self. Finn replies, "No, I can take it. Come in to read, write, review, and interact with other fans. This was first shown in "Mortal Recoil," where the Lich (disguised as Princess Bubblegum) munipulates Finn's romantic emotions toward Princess Bubblegum and makes him hand over the things he needed to regain his powers and continue his quest to destroy all life in the Multiverse. It is stated in "Breezy" that Finn no longer talks to Flame Princess, which implies that he believes she and Cinnamon Bun are dating. BMO considered staying there forever, but Finn and Jake convinced him to do otherwise. Finn admits to Flame Princess that he really likes her and they should be together, which causes her to glow brighter and makes small fires appear around her. She says that now she believes that Finn is a Water Elemental because he "creates water," or cries. Embarrassed, Jake then gives Finn the idea to write her a "sappy poem.". In "Three Buckets," Fern demonstrates his newfound shapeshifting ability by assuming Finn's form. The Lich's desire to kill off life brings him into constant conflict with Finn. He refers Flame Princess as his "lady." LSP then takes a piece of PB's gum, and places it on Finn's face hoping it would be his "happy place." Finn is prone to impatience and aggression around him but also shows him sympathy, as in "When Wedding Bells Thaw." Before the events of the series, when Finn was an infant, Martin was a loving father to Finn. BMO did recognize it, knowing it belonged to Finn, but failed remember his name calling him "Fred" and later "Phil. Later, in "The Lich," the Lich (disguised as Billy) uses Finn's trust of Billy and makes Finn get the gems of power, which he connects with the Enchiridion and uses to travel to the center of the multiverse and the wishmaster Prismo. In "Imaginary Resources", BMO became obessed with the virtual reality on one of the human islands upon arriving there. He now wants to talk to Flame Princess to try to fix what he caused. Later at the junkyard, he has fashioned a scrappy Bubblegum mannequin out of garbage and pretends to defend its honor, referring to it as "my lady.". This angered Finn however, he quickly escaped with the help of his mechanical arm. He then told Jake, "Dude, I think I have a crush.". He asks Jake to help him find her, saying that he "peeped beyond her burning gaze" and that "she ain't evil," and the two run out to look for her. For example, when Marsha asks Finn to get help, Finn gets all their friends. In response, Finn asks if they are still going out. And I don't mean it's because Finn forgot about Roselinen - because she never existed in the first place. With Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio, Niki Yang, Max Charles. You don´t like me?!" That's cool. and literally rips himself out of his own suit and stands on top of it, shouting out to Flame Princess. In "The Suitor," when Princess Bubblegum states that Braco is a suitor of hers, Finn's face drops, saying, "Oh, cool. The two then went in to confront the Grass Demon. Pretty great," showing subtle respect towards the two. In this state Finn remembers the old times with Bonnibel back when he had romantic feelings for her in episodes such as "To Cut a Woman's Hair" and "Too Young". She does this to reward Finn for going to such lengths to kiss her and stop Ice King from kissing her. What's wrong with me, huh?! Concerning Finn and Jake, he tells Marceline at the end, "They're all right. Finn still gets traumatized about his death and even remembers that time when Billy single-handedly defeated a group of monsters. Flame Princess says no but that they can be friends. Finn and Lady Rainicorn still share a close bond, despite the fact that Finn can't understand Lady Rainicorn's fluent Korean. In "Beyond this Earthly Realm," Ice King tricks Finn into putting all the creatures of the spirit realm into the spirit hole, saying Finn would be freed from the spirit realm if he did so. At best, they are playful rivals, even friends. However, when he learns that Braco is still trying to win over the princess (i.e., that he hasn't succeeded) he helps him out by allowing Braco to perform Finn's quest. However, Finn left the sword there without taking it, and it remained there for 1000 years until being found by Shermy and Beth. In "Wheels," Huntress Wizard appears and listens to Finn as he starts playing the flute, before retreating back to hide, indicating that she still has feelings for him. Marsha said yes. ", In "Daddy's Little Monster," Marceline jests that she does not want hang out with him anymore, but it is implying that this claim is a jest when she invites him, Jake and the Ice King in a basketball game in her house in "Simon & Marcy.". This suggests that Finn still cares deeply about Flame Princess. The possibility of this happening is if the Lich can find a way back to the Candy kingdom from his universe. and Finn states, "I like you!". In the series finale "Come Along With Me" 1000 years in the future, Finn's lost prosthetic arm is found by Shermy and Beth. She thought that Finn understands this, but Finn angrily reacts, in which he officially reveals his feelings for her before and is ready to move on. In "Burning Low," she and Finn are dating. As shown in "Memories of Boom Boom Mountain," Finn appears to have been abandoned in the woods during infancy. Eventually, he leaves for Ooo in good terms with her and through virutal reality goggles, hugs her goodbye and even shedding a tear implying that Finn loves his mother very much. FP and I are just friends. To complete her re-aging process they share "a whopping love-hug" and a kiss. Despite this, in "Daddy's Little Monster," he thinks Finn is cool and doesn't want any hard feelings between them. Finn and Fern try to calm Sweet P down but Fern said something that frightened Sweet P. This angered Finn. She and Finn later got married and had two children, Jay & Bonnie. In the series finale "Come Along With Me," Jake was quite devasted when Finn was swallowed by GOLB and wished to avenge him. Cartoons: Adventure Time with Finn and Jake fanfiction archive with over 9,446 stories. When she regains consciousness, Flame Princess yells at him, "You! Jake was intended to pull them out with his powers but got very comfortable in the slime and faded into it. Finn wants to help her keep her kingdom after, signing a no-good contract to Toronto. But by the end he realizes there is more of a difference between them besides just age. Princess Bubblegum, whose incomplete reconstruction at the end of season two (resulting from the candy surgeons' inability to completely recover all the pieces of her bubblegum body) caused her to revert to her 13-year-old self, hugs Finn after her recovery and calls him "hero.". When Finn returns to his world, he is about to tell Jake about his "dream", when Flame Princess calls to say she gets his joke. Finn replies, "No, I can take it. In "Be More", Finn and Jake help BMO by taking him to the place where it was born to find new core system drivers and preventing it from being wiped of its memories. Despite the Flame King insisting his daughter is evil, Finn protests and asks if it were possible to change her to good, indicating his concern over Flame Princess' well-being. According to Mathison Chicetawn, Dark Princess has a crush on Finn. In "One is a Lonly Number," Finn tries to encourage Marsha to socalize again. He decides to go to "tier two", which Jake says is "smooching" after another date, but only receives five hugs, which according to Jake, does not count as "tier two." Finn tells Fern he really appreciates their friendship. Finn, angry and upset that he can't "just like a girl," begins to cry. In Daddy's Little Monster, Marceline jests that she does not want hang out with him anymore, but it is implying that this claim is a jest when she invites him, Jake and the Ice King in a basketball game in her house in "Simon and Marcy ". However, when Finn is trapped by a Giant Goo Skull, Finn warns Flame Princess not to use fire to defeat it. They were raised by their parents and around their grandfather, Quilton, but never met their father's side of the family. They first meet in "Mortal Folly", although it is implied in "His Hero" that Finn already knew about the Lich, where the Lich is freed from his prison, goes on a rampage and tries to regain his power to destroy all life. Finn shouts, "No more! Finn distresses that he doesn't want to hurt Flame Princess, but his morals say he must help the citizens of the Goblin Kingdom. In "Slime Central," after losing a skating contest, Finn, Jake, and Lumpy Space Princess, were forced to be absorbed into Slime Princess' elemental body. He later refers to the sweater as his "like-like sweater. However, when Finn is captured by a Giant Goo Skull, Finn warns Flame Princess not to use fire to defeat it, and although Finn thought she was going to incinerate the Giant Goo Skull and harm him in the process, she instead intimidates the monster as Finn had done earlier on. Martin enjoyed spending time with his newborn son, and became a better person because of him, and his partner/girlfriend, Minerva Campbell, Finn's mother. One of his tears fall on one of the fires Flame Princess had created, evoking her attention. She is the daughter of Quilton, the mayor of Pillow World.