- Wolf 359 (Radio) (2)
alana maxwell doesn’t carry a gun. she doesn’t have to and she knows it.
(title from saint bernard)
"Maxwell and Jacobi are both self-described “bad guys.” They do the hard things, the dirty work that people couldn’t understand, in order to make real change. They both know the extent of what Goddard was willing to do to make an impact– hell, their hands pull the trigger– but they also saw the results. And hey, what’s a few cracked eggs to a breakfast buffet?"
Fandoms: Wolf 359 (Radio)
04 Jul 2018
But the heart of the rumours, repeated a hundred times in a hundred different forms, wasn't just about Jacobi and Maxwell. It was about Jacobi-and-Maxwell, and Kepler didn't know what to make of it.
Or, three times people thought Jacobi and Maxwell were sleeping together. Plus: rumour mills, video game marathons, and Goddard-sanctioned therapists.
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26 Aug 2020
Care of the Carte Blanche Family is a collection of 15 oneshots exploring the 15 different dynamics of the members of the Carte Blanche. Ever wanted to see Vespa and Rita go on a trip to the markets to pick up supplies? Buddy help Juno practise his one-eyed sharpshooting? Peter get read to shreds by literally every other member of the crew except Juno? Rita and Juno having a ladies’ day at the spa? Then Care of the Carte Blanche Family Is For You!
Written as part of the 2019/20 Penumbra Minibang.
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16 Oct 2019
The six weeks the Amnesty Lodge residents spend holed up in Duck Newton’s apartment and the chaos that ensues brings new friendships, disasters, and strangely superficial conflicts for the end of the world. But no one told them life was gonna be this way.
Dani has gone feral, cut off from Sylvain's light. How terrifying it must be to lose yourself. How tragic it must be to watch her slip away. How painful it must be to know only when it's too late.
- Part 2 of Three Sylvans in Kepler
05 Jun 2019
Hollis - ˈhä -lis: Transferred use of the English surname meaning "dweller at the holly trees." It is derived from the Old English holegn (holly tree).
Holly- ˈhä-lē, noun: any of a genus (Ilex of the family Aquifoliaceae, the holly family) of trees and shrubs,
especially either of two (I. opaca of the eastern U.S. and I. aquifolium of Eurasia) with spiny-margined evergreen leaves and usually red berries often used for Christmas decorations. In Victorian flower language, holly flowers mean defense and protection, and, less commonly, hope.
Hollis has many, many questions about the woods they grew up in. They just want to know what's out there; they always have. They see teeth gleaming in the shadows; sometimes, late at night, they hear mournful howls on the wind, or the cries of dying beasts. Kepler is dangerous. The forest is dangerous. (And sometimes they think they can hear it speaking to them. But that's ridiculous. Isn't it?)
Hollis doesn't know how, or why, and there's only so many questions they can ask. But they're willing to give almost anything to find out the answers.