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02 Feb 2019
Gritty goes to the ampm to try to satisfy his hunger. Little did he know that he was hungering for more than just food.
In which Grindelwald is bored, Severus is tired, and Albus Dumbledore has atrocious fashion sense.
(Or: I’m feeling very self-indulgent, and this was the result)
- Part 1 of Unconnected Pieces of Pure Insanity
Essa é a história de um pequeno adolescente estrábico e poliamoroso que trabalha numa sex-shop junto com seus três/quatro namorados. Todos os personagens dessa trama são usuários de drogas pesadas e vivem tendo alucinações devido ao alto consumo de psicotrópicos.
- Português brasileiro
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04 Apr 2022
Izuku Midoriya's Quirk was...dangerous. Since the age of four he knew what true nightmares were made of. Demons were the soldiers of hell, and they made it their mission to terrify him for fun. Peeling skin, black sillouhettes, and grating screams that froze him in place where only a part of it. Their words and dark hymns followed him, crushing his body and soul.
But not as much as his mother did. Inko was prone to using her fists and venomous words to beat him down, and she was worse than the demons who followed him day and night.
"God does not shine upon you,"
The demons repeated it like a mantra, and they were all right. God hated them all, the fallen wingless angels who he damned for eternity. He loathed Izuku too, the boy who could see them. Izuku was cursed with an uncontrollable Quirk, but he tamed those demons. They were his, and his alone.
God sneered at him, and he smiled devilishly back. God had given the demons exactly what they needed...
Izuku Midoriya. A King.
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24 Apr 2021
Absolute wreck of a plot. Writing is fine but nothing makes sense for all these adults and teachers to not do anything when they’ve suspected abuse for years with very obvious evidence. Characters are treated like they’re idiots