Amid the confusion of adolescence and growing up in foster care, Virgil also has to deal with the fact that strange happenings follow him wherever he goes. Rumors are beginning to spread that he's cursed.
Despite that, two men come to visit, promising a better future. It's kind. It's inspiring. And it's almost too good to be true. These men have nothing to gain by loving Virgil as their own, and yet, they embrace him.
Virgil is thrust into a new life: one brimming with magic, mystery, and the knowledge that all is not what it seems.
He wants to make his new parents proud... but how far can he go when he doesn't even trust himself?
06 Sep 2018
“People like us,” Logan had once remarked to Virgil. “Are statistical anomalies.”
(Almost) Everyone in the world has powers. As for those who don’t, well, they’re such a small part of the population - only 0.04% - why would anyone care about them?
Ever since he realized what people mean when they call him Powerless, Virgil Sanders has tried to fight back against the system that oppresses people like him, Patton, and Logan. When Patton’s bakery is targeted in a hate crime, he finally snaps. With the help of a mysterious sponsor, Virgil becomes a villain, ready to remake a broken society. The only thing standing in his way is the world’s most Powerful (and infuriatingly charming) superhero: The Prince, who is hiding the fact that his gilded life isn’t as perfect as it may seem.
- Part 1 of Powerless 'Verse
12 May 2020
Coming to Patton’s café/bakery has become routine for detective Logan Sanders and his dorky partner Roman Prince. Patton makes all of them feel cared for and welcome, however Logan feels quite a bit more than comfort when gets to spend time with the cheerful man. Knowing he cannot have Patton is made less painful by the knowledge that his social awkwardness would have probably not allowed Logan to approach Patton about his feelings anyway. While being quite fearless and efficient when it comes to his job, Patton has an effect on him that leaves Logan a nervous mess. Thankfully the Pâtissier is the kindest person he knows. Also, Roman always has his back and is willing to offer cuddles and comfort whenever it is needed.
Logan's comfortable routine is broken abruptly however, as he discovers bruises on Patton’s fair skin and slender wrists he could hardly have received from his customary clumsiness.
Meanwhile his partner Roman has his own demon to fight, which comes in the form of a pretty little delinquent, who seemed to have been pulled into a street gang quite against his will. Roman is determined to help the strange young man. It would be so much easier though if he just stopped hissing at him!
- Part 1 of Keep him safe collection
Gerard's your typical college drop out.
He lives in his parent's basement. His best friend is his little brother. He has a whole truck load of shit wrong with his head and a past he doesn't want to talk about.
While Frank, on the other hand, isn't quite as average. He's a demon, hundreds of years old. He loves his job, really he does. He's on Hell's Guard, after all.
So, how hard would the world shake if the two meet?
Bookmarked by whitheredandshrinking
17 Feb 2021
When he was 13 years old, Tyler left his phone number in a bunch of random books for a boredom-curing bet. 6 years later, Josh Dun finds one of those books.
(a.k.a the "You found my phone number in a book and decided to text me and hey you're not a creepy old man for once- you're actually pretty cute" AU featuring socially awkward trans!Tyler)
- Part 1 of We Could Fly Far Away
Bookmarked by whitheredandshrinking
16 Feb 2021