28 Feb 2021
“Oh, you’re a feisty thing, aren’t you?” She stroked one fingertip across Jaskier’s cheek, then angled it so he felt the sharp bite of her nail. “A tempest in a teacup. Lightning in a bottle. You take me back to my Aretuza days, little bard.”
“Don’t touch him,” Geralt growled, low and deadly.
“I don’t think you’re in a position to threaten, witcher.”
During a fight with a mad sorceress Jaskier becomes cursed, and now storms follow his vivid emotions. He'll have to keep his feelings for Geralt under control while they wander in search of a cure. Each rumble of thunder threatens his long kept secret, and brings him one step closer to losing all he holds dear in life.
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03 Mar 2021
Fandoms: Wiedźmin | The Witcher - All Media Types, The Witcher (TV), Wiedźmin | The Witcher (Video Game), Wiedźmin | The Witcher Series - Andrzej Sapkowski
29 Dec 2020
Nobles rarely marry for love. Jaskier marries the Warlord of the North to protect his sisters.
It goes better than he expected.
14 Nov 2020
“Why do you wear that collar?” the witcher asks.
Jaskier startles. He’s been fiddling with it, he realises, a nervous habit. He didn’t think the witcher had noticed, even though those golden eyes seem to spot most things.
“It’s so people know what I am,” he says.
“And what are you?” the witcher says. His tone has turned surprisingly gentle. Perhaps he can hear the misery in Jaskier’s voice.
“Bound in service,” Jaskier explains. He tries on a smile. “It might not look like it, but I’m as much of a prisoner as you are.”
Jaskier didn’t exactly plan to escape from his master alongside a terrifying witcher. But it might turn out to be one of his better decisions.
[Inspired by The Accidental Warlord and His Pack by Inexplicifics.]
Fandoms: Wiedźmin | The Witcher (Video Game), Wiedźmin | The Witcher - All Media Types, Wiedźmin | The Witcher Series - Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher (TV)
02 Mar 2021
Jaskier, a royal pleasure slave, isn't exactly happy with his lot in life—he's having sex with less than desirable nobles at a pace nobody would want—but he's learned to be content with it. Things could be a lot worse.
On occasion, Radovid sends him away to bestow his services on nobles who aren't stationed at court. During one such trip Jaskier witnesses the murder of a noble he was supposed to be pleasing, and sees the faces of the assassins; to keep him from identifying them to the authorities, Jaskier is taken with them when they leave, and finds himself held in the royal palace of Rivia. Life in Rivia is anything but what Jaskier would have expected and both the king of Rivia and his right hand are unlike any nobles Jaskier has ever known; the more time he spends with them, the more he realizes that they might just be what they seem to be—good men.
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In which Geralt of Rivia, the White Wolf, Conqueror of the North, would really prefer not to be receiving handsome young men as tribute.