-The Sequel to LadyLucs' "Puppet"-
Every villain has it's motive. Every protagonist has it's breaking point. Every character has a story.
Even the ones that are long dead, come back to haunt us in the ways we can't always expect.
-Partially follows the Season 4 plot line, so there are a few spoilers. However, I was not a fan of the final episode of the season, thus I will not be going off that, but rather a different plot line-
- Part 2 of Puppet's Stories
13 Jul 2017
Every villain has a motive.
- Part 1 of Puppet's Stories
"I'm not saying he was right, I'm saying you were wrong."
In which Toriel was wrong about Asgore's crimes against humanity and monsters alike, and Sans is the one to break it to her in the best way he can- by remembering the time before the resets.
01 Oct 2018
Some people think that Peter is Tony's son. Why shouldn't they? Peter seems to be orbiting Tony all the time, and it's not like the billionaire tells him off. They have a nice relationship - Peter is glad to have a father figure, and Tony cares for the kid as if he's actually his son.
The first problem regarding this arises when the people who think that Peter is Tony's son kidnap him for ransom.
The second problem regarding this arises when one of the people who kidnaps Peter turns out to be Mac Gargan, the Scorpion, and he's hungry for revenge.
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01 Oct 2018