Prompt master: @outoftheframework
I like the concept of each of the kids having a number or having a thing where they count off. Not in a demeaning or dehumanizing way at all, just more so to use in dangerous situations. For example, a bomb goes off on patrol, and to quickly see if everyone is okay, the kids (including Steph and Babs) automatically start counting one at a time. Bruce can breathe again once the count reaches eight. This tradition begins to carry over to civilian life when the kids yell numbers across a crowded gala after the power goes out.
5 times Everyone realized Tim's the favorite, and One Time Tim realized he's the favorite by FluffyPuffySheeps
Fandoms: Batman - All Media Types, Red Robin (Comics)
01 Apr 2020
5+1 fic (What it says in the title)
1. Prompt: Blinded for a day (Dick)
2. Prompt: "You still have that photograph?" (Alfred)
3. Prompt: "What time is it?" (ft. Clark Kent)
4. Prompt: Rescue Mission (Tam Fox)
5. Prompt: Sleepover (Bruce, a.k.a the spleen chapter)
6. Prompt: Paint Ball Adventure (Tim)
Fandoms: Batman (Comics), Batman - All Media Types, DCU
18 Nov 2017
ahhhhh, i'm back in gotham. can't wait to get back to a supervillain attack every other day. i've missed this.
[the city of gotham, it's vigilantes, and resident billionaires - as seen through social media]
Once upon a time Percy was more like the twins, a mischievous troublemaker. With the war on, there was no way for a mother of seven boisterous children to handle a boy that simply would not listen. A few spells later, and Percy Weasley was the perfect son.
- Part 3 of Stories Up For Adoption
The fall of Tim’s relationship with Bruce.
Tim could, if he chose to do so, forget Bruce’s face. Forget the Bat. The hickey on his ribs can’t stop him. It was a mosquito bite, an accident with the vacuum and his scars, all of them were proof that Tim needed to be more careful in the kitchen. Everything was the right answer, if he said it was.
Bookmarked by lovefae
11 Aug 2020