04 Mar 2021
Megumi looks Sukuna up and down. If anything, despite being a vampire himself, Sukuna is still the predator, and Megumi is his prey.
“And I suppose now is when you say I should run away with you?”
Sukuna’s grin is ferocious and dark, it stirs something in Megumi that he’d rather leave buried deep down. Sukuna steps forward until they’re almost chest to chest, only a few scant inches of air between them.
“Of course,” Sukuna purrs. “When you tire of Gojo Satoru, come and find me, hm? I’ll show you all the pleasures of being a vampire.”
In which Sukuna is a thousand year old vampire, and Megumi is a freshly turned baby vampire.
Bookmarked by Lillyenn
06 Mar 2021
28 Feb 2015
Bilbo Baggins isn't sure about this. Not one bit.
Frodo is definitely too young to enter into an arranged marriage with a dwarven king called Thorin Oakenshield. It's a good thing that Bilbo is there to chaperone him through their courtship.
After all, there's no chance that a fussy hobbit bachelor would ever catch the eye of a king.
Fandoms: The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien
26 Mar 2020
By the governing law of the Shire, Bilbo Baggins found himself Thain and reluctant diplomat of the hobbits; which, perhaps he wouldn't have minded if the circumstance's were different. Although seeing as he should have been several times removed before he were to obtain such a title, a desolation had befallen Hobbiton and they found themselves without a home and many without their family.
Yet, with no way to return to the rolling hills of the Shire, Bilbo Baggins found himself in quite the situation indeed; arranged by lords and royalty, to honour aged treaties and debts of old: his hand to be given off to a king he's never met, for the security and safety of his people, and never in all his years would he have thought his life to come to this.
Fandom: The Hobbit (2012), The Hobbit (Jackson Movies), The Hobbit - All Media Types, The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien
25 Feb 2020
26 Dec 2012
Through various events concerning his stray mess of outgrowing curls Bilbo finds he is much wiser – and much more included – in the culture of the dwarves.
- Part 1 of The Anatomy of Bilbo Baggins