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Regret curls in his stomach as he pants, out of breath and bloody. Blood slips down his face in a twisted caress. His hands are clenched so tightly around his sword that he is sure his knuckles would ache if not for the bloodlust and battle joy raging inside him. If there is anything he has learned in this past year of his life it is that he no longer fears death only regret. His life flashes through his eyes as a list of mistakes and choices he wishes he had never made, or choices he desperately wishes he had. It has never been as strong a feeling as it is here and now, facing down the archdemon on the top of Fort Drakon. He has but a moment, but it feels like an eternity, as he rushes forward, sliding beneath the monstrous dragon’s neck, blood pouring down on him as the dragon rears its head in a roar before collapsing. His sword falls to end the archdemon’s life and as the light envelops him, he lets go of his regrets.
Fandoms: Dishonored (Video Games)
19 Jun 2020
The Abbey of the Everyman warns against the many horrors of the Outsider. Corvo has never been particularly religious, never much thought of the Abbey. He wasn’t sure he even believed in the dark god the Abbey preached against. But there is no denying the existence of that god now, not when those black black eyes are looking down at him.
- Part 1 of Black Blood
The twin blades fell.
And his blood ran out.
The Void at once wept and rejoiced over the creature it had birthed and the once-boy became a god.
- Part 3 of Black Blood
The Outsider’s black blood runs through Daud’s veins, a gift, a curse, that for most of the time, he regrets accepting. What the Outsider offers, is a choice no man knows the consequences of.
- Part 2 of Black Blood
All it took was one word from Sam and Dean lost everything. 'Yes'
Dishonored Vampire AU. This is where I'll be posting any ideas I have regarding this AU. They may not end up in chronological order. They may also end up not being connected and/or contradicting each other.