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After getting threatened again by Lila, Marinette is done letting herself be bullied and decides to expose the liar once and for all. She gains some unexpected friends and allies along the way.
Alternatively: Mari stops putting up with other people's bullshit and starts standing up for herself, debunking a liar along the way.
Marinette is, quite frankly, tired. She sick of Lila's lies and her classmates believing them, she's fed up with being looked down on, and she's very much over being sad all the time. So, what does she do about it? Marinette strives to be better for herself.
Fandoms: Miraculous Ladybug, Steven Universe (Cartoon)
05 Dec 2019
Justifiably scornful, a changed marinette fills her classmates in on the dangerous game they're playing.
- Part 1 of Entourage
"I'm so glad that her disability isn't stopping her from modeling," Her mother says, and Marinette decides that that's it, that's the last straw.
She's done. She's abso-fucking-lutely done.
A story in which Marinette decides to make a change, and moves on from her friends and the liar they follow...by moving schools.
(Salt inbound, infrequent and sporadic updates when I find inspiration.)
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A collection of salty fics about the season 3 episode Chameleon, because I'm angry on Marinette's behalf and my muse keeps having more she wants to explore.
Bookmarked by TheFatedReader
30 Mar 2019
13 Jul 2018
Todoroki Rei lives her life in a comparison of moments.
Bookmarked by BiblioMatsuri
24 Dec 2018
The moment Rei is accepted to her favorite university and feels she can't breathe, versus the moment her blood runs cold when her youngest, age four, tears into the kitchen, ice and smoke following each small footstep, gleefully showing her his quirk.
The moment she falls in love with Enji, versus the first time she flinches when she hears his footsteps coming down the hall.
When her eldest son is thirteen, she realizes she can’t look him in the eye, (so blue only blue too blue) can’t touch him, can hardly stand to be in the room with him (it’s not his fault it’s not his fault it’s not his-)
Anger turns his fire blue and it has been brighter than his eyes since age eleven.