The only thing standing between Dave, Aradia, and Jake and their masters is their mandatory fieldwork. When Aradia has the brilliant idea to find the Temple of the Signless, it seems like an low-effort way to get those fancy initials slapped onto the end of their names.
One tripwire of a prophecy later, and the Signless returns. Which doesn't look great for their easy final project. In fact, things only get more complicated from there.
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06 Aug 2022
There's a barrier around the house, but it's not made to stop an Espada.
It's more of a notice-me-not, he thinks, pressing his bloody hand to it -- leaning too hard into it when his knee buckles under Yylfordt's negligible weight. It bows under the push of his hand and then lets him slide through up to the elbow; the spiritual pressure it's holding back rushes in prickles of heat against his palm.
It's made to hide Kurosaki's resting place from prowling hollows.
Yeah. Yeah, that's... Real close to perfect.
If. Perfect, if.
"In," he hisses, reaching out to snatch Di Roy's thin wrist, yanking him through under a shielding burst of reiatsu he doesn't have to spare. He doesn't need to spare it, not anymore; either they're gonna be okay or they're gonna be left stranded to die, there's no alternatives.
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04 Aug 2022
01 Aug 2022
This series is planned to have four installments:
1. Commander Buir: time-travelers Anakin and Cody, with non-time-traveler Shmi
2. [TBT] : time-travelers Rex and Ahsoka
3. [TBT] : time-traveler Obi-Wan, with non-time-traveler Maul
4. Shenanigans at the Temple
“Four years,” Kelsey said, their tone a mix of awe and disgust. “How the hell have you managed this four years running, and the idiots still don’t realize what you’re doing under their noses?”
I snorted. “Please. It’s hardly like any of them are home often enough for this to actually be under their noses.”
- Part 5 of Scribe Sampler
After the defeat of Gabriel Agreste and the disappearance of the mysterious peacock miraculous user, Marinette is left to try her best as Guardian and pick up the pieces. With the kwamis left in hibernation, no leads on the missing peacock miraculous, and no way to contact her beloved partner, she's left to her wit's end on where to proceed.
That is, until the prime suspect of the peacock wielder coincidentally takes up an apprenticeship at her parents' bakery. Adrien Agreste, son of Hawkmoth, has seemingly planted his roots in her home while Marinette was away for an apprenticeship. This could either be a disaster in the making, or the perfect opportunity to retrieve the missing miraculous... either way, it's war.
At least, it would be, if the gosh darn villain weren't so sweet!
(putting this on ao3, used to be exclusive to my tumblr. read author's note for a more in-depth summary)