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Fandoms: Blue Exorcist, Gravity Falls
16 Oct 2016
After Satan gets the sanity slapped back into him by his third son, Azazel, he realizes that he might not have made the best first impression on his youngest sons. With the help of his other sons, can he fix his relationship with them? Or will they always hate him? Only time will tell. And by time, I mean Mephisto, because he and Bill seem to know everything.
Speaking of Bill, he came back to Gravity Falls to make amends with the Pines family, only to find the Mystery Shack on fire. He rushes in, worried for a certain Pine Tree, only to find him knocked out, but breathing. Unfortunately, the same can not be said about the other Pines'. When Dipper wakes up to Bill treating his burns, he's understandably suspicious. But when Bill uses his powers over the mind to show Dipper the truth, Dipper realizes that Bill may be the only person he has left.
Lets just hope that Rin doesn't burn anything down in the meantime...
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- Part 1 of Satan's Crazy, Amazing, Lovely Family
08 Apr 2017
Tony and Bucky are somewhat new to relationships. Which isn't to say they lack experience in them.
Rather, neither of them have had much cause for venturing back out into the dating world. That is, until they came across each other.
This is them forging their path.
- Part 5 of Destined to End up in This Place
In where clubs are to much for Simon and Jace needs to be more careful opening doors.
15 Jul 2019
He often wondered if they could have somehow avoided this; or perhaps they were what caused this to happen in the first place. They had most likely brought this upon themselves. The hate fell from his fingertips in violent rage.
How fragile, their light. She took in the red skies and breathed in the iron soaked air. It was their duty, their honour to fight for a better world than this one. But they were children, thrust into war; and once it ends, what would they become?
He could have done more, could have been more decisive. Was this his legacy, to watch all he loved burn before him? He laced his fingers with hers as the inky destruction slipped past his lips in anguish. He once swore to always do right by her; it was time for him to make good on that promise.
He was entrusted with the future; and he was being crushed by all he was meant to carry. This was probably his end, he could feel it. But as pure energy crackled and coursed through him, several voices from the past screamed out in defiance, in a prayer to go beyond.
They had not given up yet. Neither would he.
- Part 1 of Legacy of the Thought
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In the year 2299, on a transport ship in deep space, three million people slept. They waited, frozen inside egg-like pods, waiting for the day they could safely wake up—the day they could go home, when Earth would be safe again.
If the systems on the ship were left unchecked—if something went wrong—for forty-eight hours, then two people were selected. Their duty: to assess the ship, find the problem, and fix it.
Wannabe-Engineer Dean Winchester and Reluctant-Medic Castiel Novak were taken out of hypersleep.
The ship's failing oxygen system meant three million humans were in danger. And that, it turned out, was the least of Dean and Castiel's worries...
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03 May 2019