Missing scene for 1x11 Time Alone. What happened, when Gil arrived to the house? A little bit of Malcolm whump and some angst for everyone else.
Fandoms: Avatar: The Last Airbender
06 May 2021
"Azula didn’t mean to burn the house down. Ask anyone: it was an accident. What loving daughter would set her home on fire with her father inside?"
In which Azula is supposed to become a third-generation lawyer, Zuko is supposed to not be a family disgrace, and Ozai is supposed to love his children. None of them do what is expected.
NOTE: temporarily paused to fix some stuff, but not abandoned
Evan Buckley, Marquess of Holbrook, hasn’t moved regularly in polite society for years—not since his sister, the Duchess of Kendall, disappeared only three years after her marriage to the duke. Instead, he vanished as well, into the dark underbelly of London, ultimately re-emerging as one of four owners of London’s most exclusive gambling hell, where secrets are currency as much as money itself. But within the walls of 118 Bow Street, the question remains—is the young lord looking for redemption? Or revenge…?
Eddie Diaz, displaced American and Covent Garden prizefighter, has a reputation for being unbeatable—or at least, he did before he started losing. But not all is as it seems, and the Hellfire Club happens to be in need of a man in a ring…
When worlds collide and secrets are revealed, will the lives of both men change for the better? Or will everything they hold dear go up in flames?
12 Oct 2020
Jaskier is in the next town down a random road, out of the town Roach had been stabled in at the bottom of the mountain, and his chest aches and aches and aches, the way it did before he met Geralt, the way it did every time they were apart. When they met it was a revelation how well Geralt could fill that emptiness, and Jaskier stayed with him for twenty years. Twenty. Years. Despite the harsh words. Despite the way he sometimes heard Jaskier and looked as if he’d just eaten a lemon. Despite the fact that Jaskier knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the witcher tolerated Jaskier because of someone he'd already fucking lost.
or: Jaskier's got a curse he can't seem to get broken properly, and Geralt has to mourn a person who's standing right in front of him.
Fandoms: Wiedźmin | The Witcher - All Media Types, The Witcher (TV), Wiedźmin | The Witcher (Video Game)
18 Aug 2020
Julian should never have been taken to Kaer Morhen. He never should've survived the Trials. He never should've survived the training. He never should've survived the Path. On his own, he probably never would have.
But it's rare to find a wolf that runs and hunts alone, and Julian has his own pack to watch his back, and he watches theirs. Maybe that'll be enough to keep them alive and running, even when the rest of the Continent wants to wipe them out.
At the very least they'll make a damn good try.
Bookmarked by Roark_not_Keating
23 Jul 2021