When Clarke finds out that the Ark cannot sustain oxygen past a year, she, along with 3 other experts in their fields, join the prisoners on a mission to Earth, to find out whether it's survivable in the even they can't fix the oxygen systems.
However, one of the other adults with her on the mission betrays her and trades her to a Grounder village. Clarke must figure out where she belongs and who she is as she struggles with what her life looks like now. She finds that she enjoys the people of her village, but still feels torn between the people who want nothing to do with her anymore, and the people who she finds she wants to be with, including the village's leader, who is annoying and pushes all her buttons, but also has a depth to him that she hadn't expected.
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22 Jan 2021
Fandoms: The 100 (TV)
09 Dec 2018
“What was the worst part?” Raven asked.
“Probably when he shoved me against a wall and stuck his tongue down my throat,” Clarke admitted, sipping her hot chocolate, which she quickly realised was spiked with rum. God, her friends were perfect.
Octavia and Raven both gasped, but it was Bellamy’s reaction that she found the most interesting. He didn’t say anything, didn’t look up from his book, or even alter his expression, but his hand balled into a fist on the arm of his chair.
OR: The AU where Clarke and Bellamy hate each other until Bellamy realises she's being mistreated, and does his best to protect her.
Winner of Best Modern WIP in the 2018 Bellarke Fanwork Awards (Thank you so much)!!!
- Part 1 of It Comes and Goes in Waves
Clarke and Bellamy, FBI agents - both too emotional to be level-headed in the dangerous situations they face together.
Slow burn, mutual pining, angst, sex and these two idiots caring about one another. All the greatest hits.
"This is our most desperate hour," the man in the hologram says, his dark and regal face radiating anguish. He is dressed in white from head to toe; an overcoat with a tall collar, loose sleeves that hang from his wrists as he spreads his arms wide. Glitches in the transmission pulse through his glowing, translucent silhouette and punctuate his speech with static, but in between the interference his voice rings loud and clear. "Help me, Clarke. You're my only hope."
The hologram reaches out to empty air, and with a click, the recording begins once again.
Prince Wells of Arkadia asks his childhood friend, now a Jedi Padawan, to protect his Senator on a high-stakes mission to the galaxy's capital to demand an end to the siege on his planet. The first time Senator Blake and Padawan Griffin meet, it doesn't exactly go well: Bellamy hates Jedi, and Clarke hates his attitude.
But when their mission goes horribly wrong and pushes the galaxy to the brink of war, they realize they might have been brought together for a reason.
07 Jan 2021
With Shouto alone in his hallway, neatly placing his sneakers next to Touya’s worn down boots, it feels like the world has somehow tilted off-course.
The next step in the process of getting his shit together, as it turns out, is taking care of a fifteen-year-old who decided that disappearing from his dorms and taking the subway to Touya’s apartment, alone and without notice, was a reasonable idea.
(or; Todoroki Touya works at being a better older brother, participates in some light B&E and does his best to avoid a far too nosy teaching assistant.)
- Part 2 of touya and the apartment
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06 Jan 2021