Feliciano was made up of some of those same contradictions as well. Yet he didn’t seem at all mysterious to Ludwig. Oh, Feliciano could be just as exasperating as his twin. It was a more tangible kind of feeling though, in the way extroverts mystified introverts. Feliciano confused Ludwig simply because their personalities were so different. Ludwig certainly didn’t want to strip Feliciano naked just to see if he had wings like one of those fae things Arthur believed in.
No, that was something Ludwig only wanted to do to Lovino.
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10 Sep 2019
Dave just wants to be left alone. What's the point of anything when what's broken can never be completely fixed?
This is the story of Dave Strider and Karkat Vantas, on the longest journey of their lives.
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03 Sep 2019
Echoes of the seven of them stretch into infinity, and now there’s Kravitz, a parallel line that they keep crossing despite all physical laws. Taako can see how they are bound together, he and Lup and the rest of the crew, white shimmering cords that stretch between them, between himself and Kravitz, and every aspect of Kravitz and every aspect of the Raven Queen in every world, all existing simultaneously. The Light falling to countless worlds at once, the Hunger descending over it all, the same patterns into infinity and nothing to stop it except for a silver ship, a bright beacon, unique among it all. He can see all of it.
They’re hunted by two immensely powerful creatures now, the Hunger and the Raven Queen’s servant. It's too bad Taako can't seem to stay out of harm's way.
Fandoms: The Adventure Zone (Podcast)
24 Mar 2019
In which Taako gets messed up by some very bad, very nasty necromancers, but nobody really realizes, and he gets the horrifying implication that the people he loves don't really know him as well as he thought they did.
Taakos not in his body anymore. You'd think people would notice.
( they do )
- Part 1 of Sweet lies and dark magiks
Kravitz hated it when kids were around.
It wasn’t that he hated kids, he didn’t mind them really. He didn’t know how one was really supposed to interact with them, but that was pretty standard for the living in general. Kids were just an added extra puzzle to figure out. So even if he felt a bit awkward around them, they really weren’t the problem.
Kravitz just couldn’t stand when they ended up involved in his work. This one had though, irrevocably. Not only that, he'd gotten involved in his life, as much as one could consider it a life. It went beyond work, and as someone who hadn't existed outside of his job in centuries, that was a little uncomfortable.
He'd have to get used to it fast though, because Angus was here to stay.
- Part 1 of Angus: Prince of the Astral Plane