d20′s contribution to Summer Of Aabria HAS NOT ENDED with the mismag finale and i for one could not be happier
I love them all so fucking much
I just want them together always
Best names I THINK for the EXU group:
The Hot Shot Thots (incorporates hot/is accurate)
Odd n’ Off (an acronym of their names)
Hot Cross Buns (the best one and obvious choice)
<3 <3 <3 !!!
Not to be dramatic but every day I wake up just to love Dariax Zaveon
I just realized that Dariax wears a vest, just like Matt does!!! That's so cool!
For the last of Details July, I'm featuring my rainbow ring and feather I use for Gilmore. 🖤💜
Photo by The Portrait Dude
Taken Katsucon 2020
I just had the WORST idea for a critical role fanfic based off a fanart idea that I have no skill or desire to try and make real. But this fanfic! I COULD do.
This all started off with Hozier's song From Eden set to Shadowghast/the story of Essek and the Nein that has now devolved into "what if Beau couldn't shake the charm and other bad things happened and Obann just wrecks the Nein but they are all able to limp away without Yasha and Beau"
I would like to think Liam O'Brian would like the angst of my fanfics. If I ever finish them, as I am now reminded of the Scourger!Caleb fic in my drafts...
Someday my drafts will be published.
Ashley is out there making a playlist for Fearne and writing “Remember that time we got to see the sea, my darling?“ into one of the song descriptions. Hey Ashley. Who’s “my darling”? Ashley, I just wanna talk.
Beau is going to outlive Yasha out of pure spite just so Yasha doesn’t have to experience the death of her wife again
Dariax: *does/says something stupid*
Dorian being a moronsexual: Oh my fucking god you idiot *grabs Dariax’s face and gives him a big kiss*
every word I say is kindling but the smoke clears when you're around won't you stay with me, my darling when my walls start burning down?
It should have been an easy decision. Draw her daggers, slit his throat, and move on like nothing had happened. It was what she’d done the first time. Okay, maybe she hadn’t exactly “moved on,” but she had gotten on with her life.
There were more than a few problems with that idea.
For one, he wasn’t alone. There was at least one business associate there, who would potentially come to his aid. Secondly, he had already seemingly come back from the dead once before. Who was to say he wouldn’t again. Thirdly…Damian turned to look at the door. Or, make it look like she was looking at the door. Beau, to her right, was staring at her, eyes darting between Damian, and the red-headed man sitting at the bar. She wasn’t an idiot.
Damian gestured to the door, and Beau hesitated. ‘Tell them,’ Damian mouthed, and Beau didn’t move. Damian could get why; after all, she wouldn’t leave a single one of her friends alone with someone that had been responsible for as much fucked up shit as her father had, but they didn’t know that. ‘Trust me.’ Beau’s eyebrows furrowed in concern, but she nodded and ran for the door nonetheless. Damian was very, very unsurprised when, the moment she’d stepped outside, a couple of the other patrons ran up to barricade the door with chains and benches.
A Helping Hand
Summary: The Mighty Nein explain their situation, but Percy isn't sure they should bring Caleb back. Meanwhile, Caleb and Vax face their second test. A magical barrier bars their way, and there is no way to get through. Can Caleb figure out how to get past?