God of Spring
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Kakashi as the god of death courting the god of spring. It's a very lovely flower, Kakashi. Er, it was.
Scenario: The god of spring, Iruka, is kidnapped by the god of the underworld, Kakashi who wants to make him his husband. (Inspired by Greek mythology about Persephone)
All King Loki has known since his father betrayed the alliance with Asgard is the disdain of the All-Father. Jotunheim has been under his heel, powerless, and Loki has done what he could to help it survive since being forced onto the throne as a boy. Now, grown, with seidr strong enough to rival Odin himself, Loki has a plan.
And that plan involves Odin's son, Thor. The God of Thunder, next in line for the throne of Asgard. If Loki has his way, Thor won't live to take it, and Odin will understand the grief the Jotnar have felt for centuries.
But, when does Loki ever - easily - get his way? And what happens when Thor himself is the wrench in the young king's plans?
15 Jul 2019
Every two generations the small village of Valyria preps their sons and daughters for the picking of the Gods. After her mother’s death Daenerys has no interest in joining the celebration and only wants to tend to her farm in peace. That is until she stumbles upon the God of Spring himself and he declares her his Queen.
Jon meets Daenerys and makes her his Queen of Love and Beauty and together they bring Spring, fertility and lots of babies.
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20 Jun 2013
In which the God of Death falls in love, improvises a kidnapping, gets spun in circles by the God of Spring, goes to bits, and nearly takes the whole world with him on the way down. He'd much rather have all hell break loose, really — at least that would give him a home-ground advantage.
- Part 2 of Gifts for Ewe
Bookmarked by InsanitysxCreation
21 Jun 2013
A beautiful blend of fandom and mythology.