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  • astro-aye
    26.09.2021 - 33 minutes ago

    Anyone wanna join me in Deltarune oc thread (+one page of random doodle I made for Spamton and Swatch)

    Anyway, meet Tricio haha

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  • noxadverts
    26.09.2021 - 38 minutes ago

    WE MUST BRING OUR OWN                                                                                       LIGHT TO THE DARKNESS.

    NOXTMS is an appless and au group set in a modern golden trio era. seven years have passed since the battle of hogwarts that saw not only the death of harry potter, but the defeat of lord voldemort at the hands of the surviving dumbledore’s army. seven years, where individuals grieved, grew, and moved on - their peace tentative in the way it always is and ruined when the rumors of bellatrix lestrange & her associates attempting another resurrection proved to be correct. the dark lord’s last & BEST lieutenant succeeded in returning him to life - though the return of harry potter & regulus black proved an unintended side effect. it has become obvious that nothing, not even peace, lasts. everything ends, though you cannot step into the same stream twice. the new threat has arrived, and it’s up to you to decide whether this time, all will be well.

                                                                    NO ONE ELSE IS GOING                                              TO DO IT FOR US.

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  • pastelplasters
    26.09.2021 - 47 minutes ago

    here is the little lady :)

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  • nadiris-ads
    26.09.2021 - 53 minutes ago

          FULL PLOT // PLAYLIST  // LOCATIONS // FACTIONS

    In the year 2200, the earth and technology are synonymous. The New Cyber Florescence of mechanical engineering has enabled breakthroughs in efficient living.  Reanimation and reimagining softwares has roused a heavy reliance on artificial intelligence. Humanity thrives, along with other sciences led by the most profound engineers of the 22nd century. Cyber fashion replaces skinny jeans and pairs beautifully with leather jackets. Smart transportation is a part of every day life. Humanity is distracted by their new commodified life. The highest bidding companies and corporations have made easy access to commodifying cyber wares. Though the world around us is thriving, we are blind to what we don't know. Humans are not alone in this world, not alone as they think they are. With technology to distract an already overstimulated population, monsters are free to roam the streets hidden in plain sight. Ghouls live, in secrecy, among Nadiris City. 

                                   𝒉𝒐𝒘 𝒄𝒐𝒖𝒍𝒅 𝒚𝒐𝒖 𝒍𝒆𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒎 𝒅𝒐 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝒕𝒐 𝒚𝒐𝒖?

    NADIRIS-HQ is a futuristic, sci-fi rp taking place in a fictional town based on Tokyo and San Francisco, littered with corruption, cyberpunk aesthetics, secret societies, and ghouls. In the year 2200, humanity has a stake in the world through advanced technology and cybernetics. A secret government run bureau, The Commission of Counter Ghoul, is investigating recent homicides and missing persons in relation to ghoul crime. Ghouls, flesh eating humanoid creatures, are the suspect of bloodshed and are relentlessly being hunted throughout the streets of Nadiris City. A silent war between the ghoul factions is brewing, but the CCG believes they have what it takes to eradicate Ghouls from existence. With influences of Tokyo Ghoul and Cyberpunk 2077, it is our aim to provide an inclusive space for writing and developing your OCs. You must be 18 years or older to apply.

                                                    𝐍𝐀𝐃𝐈𝐑𝐈𝐒 𝐇𝐐 

                              𝐈𝐒 𝐎𝐏𝐄𝐍 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐀𝐏𝐏𝐋𝐈𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐒

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  • noxadverts
    26.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    WE MUST BRING OUR OWN                                                                                       LIGHT TO THE DARKNESS.

    NOXTMS is an appless and au group set in a modern golden trio era. seven years have passed since the battle of hogwarts that saw not only the death of harry potter, but the defeat of lord voldemort at the hands of the surviving dumbledore’s army. seven years, where individuals grieved, grew, and moved on - their peace tentative in the way it always is and ruined when the rumors of bellatrix lestrange & her associates attempting another resurrection proved to be correct. the dark lord’s last & BEST lieutenant succeeded in returning him to life - though the return of harry potter & regulus black proved an unintended side effect. it has become obvious that nothing, not even peace, lasts. everything ends, though you cannot step into the same stream twice. the new threat has arrived, and it’s up to you to decide whether this time, all will be well.

                                                                    NO ONE ELSE IS GOING                                              TO DO IT FOR US.

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  • elitegleeksadblog
    26.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    @ELITEGLEEKSRP mixes the plot of the Netflix show ELITE and GLEE, where canon characters from both shows and other slice of life fandoms/ocs are all available for play in an au way as we work through canon plots. All characters are 21+ and either attend Las Dalton Encinas, San Esteban McKinley, or live in the surrounding town in Spain. Residential neighborhoods for the upper class and lower class financial statuses are highly separated and many families own businesses in-between the two.

    Consider this an open town + college redo/ask roleplay with secrets and slow burn drama where the characters are embroiled in the high octane behind-the-scenes world of socialite Spain, sparked off and fueled further by the Las Encinas/San Esteban drama of Elite. Most of the characters are going to be natives of Spain: some of them will have been born in the area around these schools, and some will have moved into the area to attend Las Encinas.

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  • sallowhillshq
    26.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    since i’ve been dying to see more oc’s here, i have a few suggestions of oc ideas for all you lovely, lovely tag lurkers! 

    a scientist at the research center trying to take it down from the inside, a vampire new to being around humans, any of the sidhe that used to live on the land before the town was established, and perhaps a connection for one of our own existing oc’s, rhiannon galway! 
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  • nadiris-ads
    26.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

          FULL PLOT // PLAYLIST  // LOCATIONS // FACTIONS

    In the year 2200, the earth and technology are synonymous. The New Cyber Florescence of mechanical engineering has enabled breakthroughs in efficient living.  Reanimation and reimagining softwares has roused a heavy reliance on artificial intelligence. Humanity thrives, along with other sciences led by the most profound engineers of the 22nd century. Cyber fashion replaces skinny jeans and pairs beautifully with leather jackets. Smart transportation is a part of every day life. Humanity is distracted by their new commodified life. The highest bidding companies and corporations have made easy access to commodifying cyber wares. Though the world around us is thriving, we are blind to what we don't know. Humans are not alone in this world, not alone as they think they are. With technology to distract an already overstimulated population, monsters are free to roam the streets hidden in plain sight. Ghouls live, in secrecy, among Nadiris City. 

                                   𝒉𝒐𝒘 𝒄𝒐𝒖𝒍𝒅 𝒚𝒐𝒖 𝒍𝒆𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒎 𝒅𝒐 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝒕𝒐 𝒚𝒐𝒖?

    NADIRIS-HQ is a futuristic, sci-fi rp taking place in a fictional town based on Tokyo and San Francisco, littered with corruption, cyberpunk aesthetics, secret societies, and ghouls. In the year 2200, humanity has a stake in the world through advanced technology and cybernetics. A secret government run bureau, The Commission of Counter Ghoul, is investigating recent homicides and missing persons in relation to ghoul crime. Ghouls, flesh eating humanoid creatures, are the suspect of bloodshed and are relentlessly being hunted throughout the streets of Nadiris City. A silent war between the ghoul factions is brewing, but the CCG believes they have what it takes to eradicate Ghouls from existence. With influences of Tokyo Ghoul and Cyberpunk 2077, it is our aim to provide an inclusive space for writing and developing your OCs. You must be 18 years or older to apply.

                                                    𝐍𝐀𝐃𝐈𝐑𝐈𝐒 𝐇𝐐 

                              𝐈𝐒 𝐎𝐏𝐄𝐍 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐀𝐏𝐏𝐋𝐈𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐒

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  • viralsiren
    26.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    hello !! ive got some adopts up for sale for $55 each, or best offer! please message me if you'd like to claim one!

    Hot Choco Himbo - OPEN

    Candle Coven Tanuki - OPEN

    Storm Sorcerer Cat - OPEN

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  • noxadverts
    26.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    WE MUST BRING OUR OWN                                                                                       LIGHT TO THE DARKNESS.

    NOXTMS is an appless and au group set in a modern golden trio era. seven years have passed since the battle of hogwarts that saw not only the death of harry potter, but the defeat of lord voldemort at the hands of the surviving dumbledore’s army. seven years, where individuals grieved, grew, and moved on - their peace tentative in the way it always is and ruined when the rumors of bellatrix lestrange & her associates attempting another resurrection proved to be correct. the dark lord’s last & BEST lieutenant succeeded in returning him to life - though the return of harry potter & regulus black proved an unintended side effect. it has become obvious that nothing, not even peace, lasts. everything ends, though you cannot step into the same stream twice. the new threat has arrived, and it’s up to you to decide whether this time, all will be well.

                                                                    NO ONE ELSE IS GOING                                              TO DO IT FOR US.

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  • elitegleeksadblog
    26.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    @ELITEGLEEKSRP mixes the plot of the Netflix show ELITE and GLEE, where canon characters from both shows and other slice of life fandoms/ocs are all available for play in an au way as we work through canon plots. All characters are 21+ and either attend Las Dalton Encinas, San Esteban McKinley, or live in the surrounding town in Spain. Residential neighborhoods for the upper class and lower class financial statuses are highly separated and many families own businesses in-between the two.

    Consider this an open town + college redo/ask roleplay with secrets and slow burn drama where the characters are embroiled in the high octane behind-the-scenes world of socialite Spain, sparked off and fueled further by the Las Encinas/San Esteban drama of Elite. Most of the characters are going to be natives of Spain: some of them will have been born in the area around these schools, and some will have moved into the area to attend Las Encinas.

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  • unseapromos
    26.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    LIKE CALLS TO LIKE.

    it has been one year since THE DARKLING’s betrayal, where he attempted to expand the shadow fold instead of destroying it with the help of the sun summoner like previously promised. though his attempts were thwarted by ALINA STARKOV, the fold still remains. the sun summoner has disappeared, and with his newfound abilities, the darkling is more hellbent on getting her back than ever before. some second army grisha went into hiding, while others flocked to the darkling’s side. the question is: do they stay with him out of fear, or out of loyalty?

    NO MOURNERS, NO FUNERALS.

    but the shadow fold isn’t the only thing that people have to worry about it. there are rumors of something called JURDA PAREM, a strain of the stimulate jurda, but with far stronger effects. people say it amplifies a grisha’s power beyond the likes that anyone has ever seen before. but its consequences? well, they can be DEADLY. 
    back in ketterdam, THE DREGS have just successfully broken MATTHIAS HELVAR out of prison. near-impossible odds lie ahead of them -- break into fjerda’s most secure military base and get the inventor of jurda parem, BO YUL-BAYUR, out. should they succeed, they stand to gain thirty million kruge.

    WHICH SIDE WILL YOU CHOOSE?

    UNSEAHQ is an appless discord rp set in the grishaverse universe. taking place a year after the events of the first season / book, we will continue the storyline in-game, through plot drops and events -- and with both canons and ocs !!
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  • noxadverts
    26.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    WE MUST BRING OUR OWN                                                                                       LIGHT TO THE DARKNESS.

    NOXTMS is an appless and au group set in a modern golden trio era. seven years have passed since the battle of hogwarts that saw not only the death of harry potter, but the defeat of lord voldemort at the hands of the surviving dumbledore’s army. seven years, where individuals grieved, grew, and moved on - their peace tentative in the way it always is and ruined when the rumors of bellatrix lestrange & her associates attempting another resurrection proved to be correct. the dark lord’s last & BEST lieutenant succeeded in returning him to life - though the return of harry potter & regulus black proved an unintended side effect. it has become obvious that nothing, not even peace, lasts. everything ends, though you cannot step into the same stream twice. the new threat has arrived, and it’s up to you to decide whether this time, all will be well.

                                                                    NO ONE ELSE IS GOING                                              TO DO IT FOR US.

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  • nadiris-ads
    26.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

          FULL PLOT // PLAYLIST  // LOCATIONS // FACTIONS

    In the year 2200, the earth and technology are synonymous. The New Cyber Florescence of mechanical engineering has enabled breakthroughs in efficient living.  Reanimation and reimagining softwares has roused a heavy reliance on artificial intelligence. Humanity thrives, along with other sciences led by the most profound engineers of the 22nd century. Cyber fashion replaces skinny jeans and pairs beautifully with leather jackets. Smart transportation is a part of every day life. Humanity is distracted by their new commodified life. The highest bidding companies and corporations have made easy access to commodifying cyber wares. Though the world around us is thriving, we are blind to what we don't know. Humans are not alone in this world, not alone as they think they are. With technology to distract an already overstimulated population, monsters are free to roam the streets hidden in plain sight. Ghouls live, in secrecy, among Nadiris City. 

                                   𝒉𝒐𝒘 𝒄𝒐𝒖𝒍𝒅 𝒚𝒐𝒖 𝒍𝒆𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒎 𝒅𝒐 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝒕𝒐 𝒚𝒐𝒖?

    NADIRIS-HQ is a futuristic, sci-fi rp taking place in a fictional town based on Tokyo and San Francisco, littered with corruption, cyberpunk aesthetics, secret societies, and ghouls. In the year 2200, humanity has a stake in the world through advanced technology and cybernetics. A secret government run bureau, The Commission of Counter Ghoul, is investigating recent homicides and missing persons in relation to ghoul crime. Ghouls, flesh eating humanoid creatures, are the suspect of bloodshed and are relentlessly being hunted throughout the streets of Nadiris City. A silent war between the ghoul factions is brewing, but the CCG believes they have what it takes to eradicate Ghouls from existence. With influences of Tokyo Ghoul and Cyberpunk 2077, it is our aim to provide an inclusive space for writing and developing your OCs. You must be 18 years or older to apply.

                                                    𝐍𝐀𝐃𝐈𝐑𝐈𝐒 𝐇𝐐 

                              𝐈𝐒 𝐎𝐏𝐄𝐍 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐀𝐏𝐏𝐋𝐈𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐒

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  • nightmareantagonist
    26.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    okay im gonna bite

    PLEASE INTERACT WITH THIS POST IN SOME WAY (REBLOGS, RB+TAGS, LIKE IT, COMMENT) IF YOU’D BE INTERESTED IN READING MY WRITINGS. or if you reblog this with a tag/comment ‘no’ that counts too lol

    just be honest. thats all im asking. more about fandoms and such in original post tags

    #night is an absolute mess on main #mainly pro wrestling + some ocs (both for that fandom and just totally original) #might be interested in writing for something else too but its been such a long time since i tried that im not sure. but maybe? #rn im just scouting interest as in if i should post/link things here if they end up in ao3 #as i have quite a backlog of stuff in google docs rn waiting to be edited that im actually very happy about so. yeah #just interact here to let me know? i'll probably be rb'ing this a few times to see until like. certain point #..probably if/when my own rbs overtake the majority of notes in this cause lmao thats a pretty clear sign then #anyways here ya go a post ive been meaning to make for a while cause i just. wanna post something but i keep wondering #if its worth it for just like two notes that arent my own lmao
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  • razrbladekiss
    26.09.2021 - 4 hours ago

    TYRANTS | Chapter Eight - Angels Or Devils

    WORD COUNT: 6.3k

    WARNINGS: mentions of death, grief, tig, usual SOA shit

    MASTERLIST

    Irked, Chibs stuffed his cellphone into the pocket of his cut with a prolonged fuck to accompany the squelch of glass against leather.

    He couldn’t get a firm grip on anything this morning.

    Jax was at large, Isla and Tig had rolled onto the lot together looking much, much too comfortable, and Gemma was chewing every goddamn soul’s ear off about her son.

    To say that he wanted the day to be over—before it had even commenced—was the understatement of the fucking year.

    “Where the hell is he?” Clay barked from the front of the garage, turning to eye Isla directly. “You sure you haven’t seen him?”

    “If I knew where he was, I would’ve told you by now.” Her retort was just as curt, prompting Tig to tense in his spot beside her.

    He twined his hand around her bicep in order to calm her, but it was no use.

    “Well somebody must know where he is—“

    “You tried callin’ Tara?” Chibs cut the president off, hoping he’d be able to take some of the heat off of his daughter—the one that seemed to get all of Clay’s Jax-fueled frustrations launched atop her these days.

    He just glared at the Scot.

    “I can swing by his place? Make sure he ain’t there?” Tig offered.

    “He isn’t. Wendy would’ve said.”

    “Alright,” the sergeant smacked his lips together. “We’re gonna have to go without him, then.”

    Isla hummed, agreeing with Tig.

    That forced a vexed snarl from Clay, and she wanted to throttle him for being so fucking haughty today.

    “What? He has a point. If we wait around for him, then we’re gonna be late and the other Sons will get to the cemetery before us. Jax knows where we’re going, and what time this fucking funeral starts, so just trust that he’ll be there!”

    Her outburst was completely uncharacteristic. It was brash and loud, and Clay realized that her emotions were running a hell of a lot higher today than what they usually would have, so he allowed it to pass.

    He cut her some slack because that was what she needed. Isla needed to blow off some steam, to raise her voice and yell out her frustrations because she would’ve let them bubble over, otherwise.

    Plus, unbeknownst to him, she had started to take the Mirtazapine that had been prescribed to her, and she still didn’t know how to feel about it.

    It was odd. Everything about today, was just fucking odd.

    “Kids right.” The rasped acknowledgment came from Happy this time, nodding in her direction with that signature stoic expression he was known to host. “Jax wouldn’t miss this.”

    “Alright.” Clay waved a hand tersely before gesturing to the sea of Harley-Davidsons parked side-by-side. “You heard ‘em. Let’s go.”

    Tig grabbed at her hand as she went to slip away—exactly like she did to him last night—and pulled her toward him.

    The moment didn’t go unnoticed by Clay and her father as they mounted their bikes, sharing the same look that’d been meshed with confusion and concern.

    “You good now?”

    She nodded, using her pointer finger to twist the crucifix that was sat against her neck, feeling a foreign heat prickle against her cheeks because all eyes were on them.

    After turning up together today, people had their suspicions, too.

    And those suspicions were mostly held by Chibs and the pres, but it was partly unrest because they both knew what Tig had done—though, Chibs wasn’t officially privy to Clay pulling the strings.

    He would be, though. In time, he would find out for himself.

    “Gemma and Wendy are heading out in the SUV. Are you going too?” He squinted underneath the sun, pulling his sunglasses from the neck of his shirt.

    “I am.” Isla smiled, squeezing Tig’s hand. “Ride safe.”

    She stood straight—not having to shift onto her toes because her heels provided some more height—and pressed a dulcet kiss to his cheek.

    “Please don’t get into another fight today.” She expressed sadly, lightly ghosting her fingertips over the bruise sitting uncomfortably against his cheekbone. “I don’t think I have it in me to take care of you again.”

    “I can’t make any promises.” Her lips curled upward, expressing some sort of smile—though, what with the forthcoming event, she didn’t feel too good about it.

    But she remained silent, after that.

    Isla got into the car without saying a single word.

    The lull was of course grim, but stillness was what the three women needed. It was good for them to sit in complete silence—the only sound coming from the din of the car engine and outside of the vehicle—because it allowed them space to think.

    She needed to collect her thoughts this morning, especially after what she had learned last night. Isla didn’t want to think that Jax would have flipped on Tig like that, but it was Jax.

    He was unpredictable.

    Never once had she felt a sense of outrage that she wasn’t sure how to quell whenever thinking of her best friend, but she was beginning to understand just why Clay was so pissed at his rashness lately.

    Even if he was acting on instinct—using his conscience to rule his decisions—Jax was still acting recklessly. His desire to do the morally sound thing outweighed the need that his club had for him to carry out the act that would result in the greater good.

    And he was right to stop Tig from pulling the trigger on that girl, but Isla was wary of how he had decided to handle it.

    “You didn’t call me last night.” Gemma whispered as the car pulled up to the cemetery gates. “You said that you’d call me.”

    “I know, I’m sorry.” Genuinely, she told her. “When I got in I just went straight to bed, but then Tig turned up at my place and he needed my help, and then—“

    “You let him stay.” She finished Isla’s sentence with a hum, providing her with an unusually somber glance. “If there’s anything going on between the two of you, then it’s okay—“

    “There isn’t.” Isla shot her down, impatiently waiting for the all-clear to leave the vehicle. “He got hurt last night, needed patching up and didn’t wanna go to the clubhouse in case he saw Jax again, and so he came to me. And, because I’m nice, I let him stay the night.”

    “Why wouldn’t he wanna see Jax?”

    Wendy’s qualm came unexpectedly. She hadn’t thought that the blonde was listening to the little back and forth.

    “Because he was the reason that Tig needed his face fixed.” She spat bitterly when Wendy just blinked at her, hoping to God that they’d be able to get outside soon.

    Her irritation with the VP was palpable, and Gemma couldn’t help wondering whether Jax’s stunt had a part to play in why she was so galled when his name was brought up before they left the garage.

    Regardless, Isla was getting along with it today. For the sake of Opie and his kids, she was putting her hostility aside and paying her respects to Donna the way that she had always been taught to.

    “Woah, what a turn out.” Her admiration for the Sons grew with every single member—every Nomad—that she saw riding along the winding road.

    Isla moved between Chibs and Tig, holding tightly onto her father’s hand as they walked toward Donna’s casket.

    “Still no Jax.” Almost relieved, Tig noted. “Wonder if he’s gonna ride over with Tacoma.”

    “Doubt it.” The Scot added. “He woulda followed us. Dunno where the fuck he’s gotten to.”

    “He’ll be here.” She promised hopefully, breaking away from the two men—shaking Chibs off when he held on a little bit tighter, not wanting to let her go.

    The black dress she’d thrown on was hardly funeral attire, but the tights hugging her legs underneath the cotton made it a bit better.

    Tig watched her pad across the grass and toward Opie, trying to sniff back his own tears at the sight of her taking a long-stemmed blue flower, kissing the petals, and placing it atop the coffin.

    It was horrible.

    “I’m sorry, Ope.” Isla pressed a kiss to her fingers and ghosted it over the wood, feeling her eyes dampen. “Anything you need—anything at all that you can think of for yourself or your mom or the kids—I’m here. Always.”

    He couldn’t quite find the words to thank her, but she knew that he was grateful. Opie didn’t have to say anything for Isla to recognize his appreciation for her, for his family, and for everybody that turned out today.

    Jax wasn’t there, though. Not yet.

    And, perhaps, Isla being at his side during a time of such harrowing distress was her way of trying to comfort him because his best friend was nowhere to be seen. But she would’ve done it for anybody.

    She just wished that it wasn’t Opie.

    “I love you…So much.” She whispered through a smile when more people began to filter in, backing away to sit beside Gemma and in front of Tig.

    The cool metal of his rings were against her shoulder in an instant, anchoring her back to earth after floating much, much too high above the ground.

    She was in a distorted haze, so to speak. Isla’s head wasn’t particularly in the right place today, and it could’ve been down to a multitude of things—but she wanted to simply pin it on her grief.

    Chibs saw the way she gnawed into her bottom lip, the way she continually pulled Diane’s crucifix across the golden chain as means of comfort—or, maybe, it was just out of remorse.

    He noticed that his daughter—his little girl—peered at Opie’s children sitting beside their grandmother as they said goodbye to the woman that brought them into the world.

    He wondered if they understood the weight of it all. They were so young, so impressionable, so innocent, and he saw a lot of Isla in those two kids.

    The dull throb of Isla’s heart almost slowed to a halt when the funeral commenced, and Jax was still completely out of sight. Juice held his cut while he stood beside Tara, feeling his chest tighten.

    It was difficult to understand just why Jackson Teller didn’t show for such an important moment in Opie’s life.

    “I can’t believe him.” Tig hissed out in a whisper, completely ruffled. Isla looked up at the man behind her, holding a dainty hand on top of his. “I can’t fucking believe him.”

    He didn’t know what to say. Clay didn’t, either. As he stood beside his Sgt. At Arms and peered down at the disheveled blonde, Clay Morrow struggled to find the words to elucidate his disdain for the lack of action from his step-son.

    Donna was family. Opie was family. Family was meant to be there for one another, not purposely ignoring such a pivotal event.

    “He’ll be here.” Isla repeated her promise, melting into her space as Tig leant over to kiss the top of her head.

    Her eyes glazed over instantaneously, coercing her to turn away before she broke down.

    But she leaned backward into his embrace, and watched the ceremony commence.

    And it only took a handful of moments for her mood to perk up—as much as it could have under the circumstances—but she was conceivably happier at the sight before her.

    “I told you.” She mumbled. She refused to let up her grip on Tig, though, holding onto him firmer now.

    It was comfortable. He was comfortable.

    “What the fuck…”

    Jax looked like hell. Still wearing last night’s clothes—still bloodied and bruised from his scuffle—he sauntered over the grass and made a beeline for Tara.

    Isla’s throat hitched.

    “Did you do that to him?” She mumbled in reference to the slit in his lip, craning her neck to eye the blue-eyed man.

    “Yeah, probably.”

    She just shook her head with a tiny smirk, shifting her focus back to the asshole that was taking his sweet fucking time.

    It didn’t upset her as much as she thought that it would’ve, watching him go back to her like that. If anything, she was glad that they had managed to reconcile because she made him happy.

    But, for a reason unbeknownst to herself, she felt bad for Wendy.

    To watch the father of her newborn take his cut from a woman that’d only been back in his life for five minutes, to hold and kiss her in front of everyone, was something she shouldn’t have had to witness today.

    They weren’t together, but she knew how that was bound to hurt—to sting and incapacitate her because it was all still so fucking raw.

    Poor Wendy.

    He took one of the flowers away from the sparse pile, holding it to his lips, and placed it atop Donna’s casket.

    Jax glared over his shoulder, shooting the two guilt-ridden men a look that read fury. He made sure that Isla wasn’t looking at him when he did that, though.

    He refused to look at her.

    And he didn’t stay, either. He paid his respects for all of thirty seconds before stalking away, and leaving the most egregious of tastes on the tip of each tongue.

    The funeral flew by, after that.

    Before Isla knew it, she was dismounting Tig’s bike outside of T M—again—and stumbling over her heels when she couldn’t quite find her footing. She’d been in a world of her own for the last fifteen minutes.

    “You want me to get you a beer?” She asked, handing him her helmet. “Or did you want some of that wine you like?”

    He snorted at her taunt, taking it from her. “Beer—but none of that shit Bobby drinks.”

    Isla chuckled, backing away from the bike and Tig.

    “You want a drink, too?” She asked Clay when he strode over, hands in his pockets.

    He nodded, waiting for her to slip out of sight before turning his attention to his Sergeant.

    “What’s going on with you two?” Clay asked him accusingly, snatching Tig’s attention from the blonde who was ambling into the clubhouse.

    He waved the pres off, lighting a cigarette. “Nothing, man. She’s just been helpin’ me out—“

    “That’s what you’re calling it now, huh?”

    “That’s what it is.” Tig shrugged, exhaling the smoke from his nostrils. “Y’know what she’s like. She sees someone that needs patchin’ up, and she does it. That’s all.”

    Unconvinced, Clay leaned closer to him—striving for the little moment to go unnoticed by those that shrouded the lot. Jax and Tara, for one.

    “That’s Chibs’s kid. You be careful.”

    “Ain’t nothing to be careful about, brother.” Tig ground his lips together, squinting upward as he rested against his bike. “We’re just friends.”

    “You stayed the night with her.”

    “Yeah—“

    “Twice.”

    “Clay—“

    “In the same fucking bed!” He snapped, running a hand over his face.

    His desire to protect the women in his life—to assert the dominance he had, or his authority—was remarkably overbearing at the best of times.

    Isla and Gemma didn’t particularly need to be coddled the way that they’d always been at the hands of Clay Morrow and his club, but they were.

    And the thought of his sleaziest, loathsome, savage brother getting closer and closer to that woman churned his stomach. Because he knew what Tig was capable of—what he did—and would be damned if anything were to happen to her at the hands of Tig fucking Trager.

    Chibs would kill him, too.

    “Nothing happened, nothing’s currently happening, and nothing will happen.” He guaranteed. “Clay, I swear.”

    “Alright.” Dubious, the older man responded. “But, if there is, then you be careful. Jax is onto us, and it’s only a matter of time before Isla puts two and two together—‘cuz she ain’t stupid.”

    Be careful. Be careful. Be careful.

    How about you shut the fuck up?

    “I know she isn’t.” Almost irked that Clay would assume he thought that, he retorted. “But she’s got shit going on too, man, I don’t think she’s gonna be focusing on this right now so you don’t gotta worry.”

    “Alright.” Clay repeated himself.

    He didn’t think that his right-hand was telling him the truth, but he couldn’t exactly do anything about that until an issue arose.

    What he did know, though, was that Tig Trager would’ve had some serious hell to pay if he had ignited something with Isla right now.

    Or ever, really.

    “Keep Jax away from her.” He told Clay, flicking his cigarette to the ground. “She’s pissed at him for what he did to me last night.”

    “What’d he do?”

    Tig pointed at the cuts on his cheek, grimacing. “She’s fucked off, and if they talk she’s probably gonna throw something at him.”

    “Eh. Let her.” Clay waved him off, hastily shutting himself up when he heeded her heels clicking across the gravel toward them. “He needs to be humbled sometimes.”

    The rivalry between the two had only intensified since Abel was born and Jax’s priorities shifted from the club.

    His family came first. His biological family came first.

    And maybe Clay didn’t understand the implications and responsibilities that came along with fatherhood because he’d never had that bestowed upon him, but Jax did.

    He knew that he had to provide for his kid, for the one being that was solely dependent on him, and he would never compromise or jeopardize that.

    Things weren’t going to be made easy for the man, however.

    “Budweiser for you.” Isla smiled, handing a bottle to Tig. She passed one to Clay, holding onto it a little firmer as she offered it to him. “And one for you—but you need to take this, and go see your wife.”

    “Why?” Hesitantly, he accepted the alcohol.

    Isla shrugged. “She just wants to see you. Seems important.”

    “Shit.” Clay hissed, taking a long swig before striding away.

    She watched him stamp toward the clubhouse, heeding the change in his mood, and wondered why Gemma was so determined to talk to him at that specific moment.

    It could’ve been anything with that woman, really. It could’ve been something so minor, completely insignificant, that Gemma had to get off her chest.

    Or it could’ve been something along the lines of elucidating the bone-crushing lament that she held for both her husband and Tig.

    Whatever it was, however, Clay wasn’t excited to face her.

    “What’d he chew your ear off about?” Isla asked, struggling to open her beer. She sighed, suddenly remembering why she loved her screw-top bottles of wine so much.

    “Pass it to me.” Tig took it from her, using his own bottle cap to pop hers off. He chuckled at her grimace, handing it back.

    “Thanks.” She groaned, lifting it upward. “So…What did Clay want?”

    Budweiser blanketed Tig’s tongue and lips as he pulled the drink away from his mouth, using the back of his hand to rub at the excess.

    Quickly, he wondered whether lying to Isla—fabricating the truth and downplaying his superior’s concern—was in his best interest.

    But she was perceptive. There was no doubt that she’d realize he was lying to her.

    “He thinks that something is going on between us.”

    She rolled her eyes, taking a pull.

    “What?” A little nervous—on edge, perhaps—Tig asked her. “Did you already know that he felt that way?”

    “No.” Instantly, she retorted. “I didn’t know about Clay, but Gemma feels the same. D’ya think they’ve talked?”

    “Oh, definitely.” With a small glower, he told her.

    They absolutely talked about the two, and that was what worried Tig.

    There was nothing wrong with them colluding against the pair, as a rule. He wasn’t offended at the thought, he felt quite honored actually.

    But it was the connotation that came alongside those conspiracies. The idea that Tig was only so friendly—so supportive and loving—toward Isla because he wanted one thing from her.

    And, really, Tig hadn’t pondered that thought before. Well, not before last night, anyway.

    For the first time—possibly ever—sex wasn’t on Tig’s agenda with Isla. Enticing her, breaking her heart, and sending her on her way was not something he wanted.

    But Tig was renowned for that, wasn’t he? He was known for being a hapless bachelor. A man whose priorities were neither here nor there.

    Everyone just expected that. They saw him with her, and came to that one conclusion.

    Maybe Isla expected it a little bit, too. Because she’d known him long enough to understand the kind of man that he was—or had the propensity to be—and she could hardly lie and say that this version of Tig didn’t confuse her.

    He’d always been the same with her, though. Perhaps that’d been the difference between every woman that entered and left his life, and Isla Telford.

    He wasn’t interested in her. Like that.

    “Does that bother you?” With an almost undetectable twinge of hurt, Isla asked.

    As if it was a basic instinct, Tig shook his head. “Nah. They talk shit all the time. Stuff like that don’t bother me.”

    She nodded, refusing to add anything else. Isla sipped her beer, hoping that the ground would open up and swallow her fucking whole.

    There wasn’t a single word in the English language that’d ascribe her feeling at that precise time, but ashamed was possibly the closest she could’ve gotten.

    And, still, that was a little bit further off the mark than what she would’ve liked. Because she wasn’t entirely ashamed for reacting the way that she had, more so the way that she fucking felt.

    Isla’s heart took a blow when Tig told her that.

    For why, though? She wasn’t sure.

    It might’ve been the nonchalant expression. The complete colorless response that stirred a foreign emotion within her—striking hard against her chest.

    Or, it might’ve been what he had said. It was such a casual proclamation. Something that didn’t mean anything, but everything simultaneously.

    She didn’t feel anything for Tig. She didn’t particularly want to feel anything for him, either, but that hurt. A lot.

    “Same, to be honest.” She lied, forcing her lips upward in a smile. “Gemma is always on my case about this sorta thing. But I just let it go over my head.”

    “Always?”

    “Yup. Always.” Isla mentioned around the protruding lump in her throat. “If she’s not talking about me and you—like there is a me and you—she’s talking about me and Jax. And if it isn’t that, she’s bitching about Wendy, or Tara, or just anything she can think of.”

    Like there is a me and you.

    Tig sniffed a little, nodding. He didn’t want Isla to think that bothered him, but it did. A bit, anyway.

    “She’s so overbearing, sometimes.” Genuinely slumped, she stated. Isla leaned against the railing beside Tig’s bike, finally looking at him. “Don’t tell her I said that?”

    “I wouldn’t dream of it.” He chuckled, taking another swig. “I’d never purposely get you into shit with your mother—“

    “She’s not my mother.” Her eyes rolled. “She acts like it, and I love her like one, but she is not my mother.”

    Tig knew. He knew all too well just how Isla felt about that, and he wasn’t exactly sure why he said that to her, today.

    Gemma was the best woman she knew and the one that, strangely, brought her all of the comfort and prosperity that she’d craved.

    But she wasn’t her mother. She wasn’t close to being Diane, and maybe the comparison between the pair hurt a little. Because Gemma Teller-Morrow was nothing like Diane Telford—and the sooner everybody knew that, the sooner Isla could rest.

    “I feel bad talking shit about her. All she’s done is help me.”

    “And parent you.” He reminded her, tipping his bottle upward. “She parents all of us, but what I mean is she treats you like a kid sometimes. Jax, too.”

    “Yeah. I know.” Peeved, she conceded. “But, what can I do? if I wanna keep her around—keep having her so close to me—then, I guess I’ve gotta make a few sacrifices. And, I mean, it’s not all bad.”

    “No?”

    “Absolutely not. I’m glad that she’s the woman that took a shine to me. If Luann ended up being the one…”

    Tig smirked, sizing her up. “You’d probably be doing porn right now.”

    “Exactly.” Without shame—not even feeling slightly bashful at the glance she was receiving—she said. “I don’t think I’d hate doing porn, but I don’t think SAMCRO would be thrilled.”

    “Absolutely not. Chibs would kill you, for one.”

    “And Gemma.”

    “Clay, too.” Tig added, withering at the thought.

    “What about you?” A little too bold, she asked.

    Though their relationship was of the lighthearted nature, Isla wasn’t certain that the habitual riposte was a thing as of late. His response would probably jar her, she thought.

    “I wouldn’t hate it.”

    She halted, blushing at his words. Her ears prickled with heat, too.

    “It’d be hot.” He shrugged, putting his empty bottle against the ground. “I’m sure Juice would love it, too—“

    “Oh, get fucked.” She snorted a laugh, throwing the red cap at his chest as he got to his feet. It bounced off the fabric of his shirt, coercing a chuckle from Tig.

    “It was only one time.” He taunted, lifting his hands in mock surrender. “That’s still one more time than most chicks ‘round here.”

    “He wasn’t awful.” Isla shrugged. “He knew what he was doing, and I had fun. But, like, he hasn’t got any hair…”

    “Hair?” Tig began to gesture downward, chuckling when she grabbed his hands to stop him.

    “I don’t mean that. I mean hair on his head, Tig.” She calmed her laughter, letting go of him. “I like to tug on it, I guess.”

    It felt somewhat illegal, obtaining this information from her.

    He already knew that she was a sex fiend, that she liked it rough, and now that she had some kind of hair-pulling kink.

    Tig’s chest tightened. So did his pants.

    “Duly noted.” Like usual, he quipped. Tig motioned for Isla to head inside with him when he heeded things heating up between Jax and Tara.

    She, as always, made a mental note to grill her friend later. Or, maybe, her friends. Because she and Tara were on that level, now, and she felt that things could’ve sailed smoothly between herself and the doctor.

    Isla just hoped that she’d open up to her.

    “Are you gonna talk to him?” He asked, reading her fucking mind. “I know that you two talk a lot.”

    “Probably.” Her shrug was insouciant. “But I’ll leave it a while, I think. Leave the dust to settle over before I approach either one of them.”

    Tig’s heart began to thrash. It battered viciously within the constraints of his chest, thumping at an unsteady rhythm the more Isla babbled on as they neared the clubhouse.

    It was maiming him, having to keep this to himself.

    He knew that concealing it—the weight of it all—was for the best. It’d guarantee peace and conformity within the club and Isla’s life, but it was also a crippling guilt that not even Tig was sure he’d be able to hold forever.

    Clay was heartless, though. The nefarious leader hadn’t a single problem with lying through his fucking teeth, and Tig was more than aware that Clay would continue the charade if and when he decided that he could no longer.

    He supposed he could thank him for that.

    But, then again, he was also the reason that Tig Trager had found himself tangled within yet another web of lethal falsehoods. Thanking Clay was the very last thing that he wanted to do.

    “Oh, shit.” Isla stated through partially gritted teeth. She gestured to her father and Happy’s scorned glares. “Why do I keep getting this fucking look from everyone?”

    “It’s not you. It’s me.” He snorted another laugh, taking her hand and walking her further into the room after she stopped completely dead.

    Really, Donna’s wake was as vibrant as it could’ve been and nobody—aside from Isla’s old man and the Tacoma Nomad—had their sights set on the Sergeant and Chibs’s daughter.

    The atmosphere was strangely spirited, hearty and animated as everybody came together to celebrate the life of Opie’s wife…The way that they always had.

    But Isla was still on tenterhooks. She loathed the thought of her dad disapproving of her, today, but she didn’t desire the castigation that would’ve come hand in hand with her need to talk to him.

    “Tequila?”

    “I’ll get back to you on that one.” She smiled at Tig, making a beeline for the bar when she saw Kip. He followed her.

    “You’re turning down free alcohol?”

    Isla scoffed. “It might be free, but the effects of it would cost me my fucking reputation here.”

    Tig’s eyebrows raised. “How so? You don’t not drink, Isla.”

    “I know.” Her lips pursed, watching Kip pop the caps off of six beers. “But I never drink tequila. It makes me…uh…it makes me feel a little hot—“

    “Tequila turns you on, is what you’re saying.”

    “Well, yeah.” A crimson blush bled over her cheeks, her nose, and even across her forehead as her entire face burned red. “It’s no big deal. Just something I discovered after getting black-out drunk when I’d barely turned twenty-one.”

    If Tig wasn’t feeling aroused before, then he definitely was at her admission. He had to think of anything to throw his brain off of that mental image.

    “I don’t tend to drink the strong stuff.”

    “Unless it’s whiskey.”

    She pointed with a smile, nodding her head. “That’s right—“

    “Hey, what did you want?” Kip interrupted sheepishly, gesturing to the half-empty bottle she had between her fingertips. “Another Bud?”

    “Yes, please.” Again, she smiled.

    “Same for you?”

    Tig nodded.

    “Kip,” she began, “and you take something, too. You’ve dealt with these assholes for long enough, now. Take a break. I’ll man the bar if you’d like.”

    “Oh, no, I can’t do that—Gemma’ll kill me—“

    “With all due respect, fuck Gemma.” She heard Tig chuckle beside her, shrugging when the prospect glanced at the pair nervously. “She won’t say anything if I tell her that I’m the one that told you to take ten minutes away from the bar.”

    “Yeah.” He backed her up, grinning. “She never gets mad at Isla.”

    It was completely uncharacteristic of him. But she brought something out from the very chasms of Tig Trager’s cold, black heart, and he lauded that.

    Not many people had managed to scrape beneath the surface that way, not even Colleen.

    God.

    Tig shook himself out of the daze he’d slipped into, watching Isla and Kip trade places as she stepped behind the bar, and he made a beeline for a stool.

    He’d been standing for a while, now.

    “Are you gonna join me behind here?” She asked, drawing Tig’s attention back to her. Isla held up another bottle for him, twinkling underneath the yellowed light above the liquor shelves.

    She looked, almost, angelic.

    “Sack—“ Tig grabbed at his arm when he tried to leave his seat, feeling the prospect go rigid under his grip.

    Isla’s eyebrows bunched together.

    “Take two beers for Hap and Chibs.” He released the grey shirt, grinning as he saw the man sweat—clearly anticipating something more than just doing a simple favor.

    “Oh, sure.” Kip breathed a sigh of relief, taking the two bottles that Isla had slid toward him. “That all?”

    “Yep.” She added, gesturing for him to get on his way and enjoy the break that he’d been appointed.

    He headed toward the two men beside the pool table, handing them their beers and pointing toward Tig. He waved with a small smile—hoping to come off as genuine, rather than scheming.

    Because that’s what it was, wasn’t it? Giving the two men a couple of beers to throw them off the scent—or, at least, to distract them from making a fuss—was just a ploy to defer attention from the two nestled amongst the alcohol.

    And it seemed to work, too.

    As Tig walked around the bar to join her on the other side, Isla popped a few bottle caps, mixed a few drinks, and talked to every person that stopped off in front of the oak, without being so much as glanced at by her father.

    Gemma hadn’t noticed the change, either.

    “You want anything?” She asked Tig, mindlessly pouring a glass of whiskey for one of the Tacoma guys. “Some tequila?”

    Indifferently, he shrugged.

    “Okay, well that was helpful.”

    “Alright,” he chuckled, grabbing two shot glasses, “I’ll take one, if you do, too.”

    “Tig.”

    “Isla.” His tone was deriding, though she couldn’t help but smile.

    She pushed the whiskey toward the unfamiliar Son, thanking him for showing his face today, and turned her attention back to Tig.

    In the thirty seconds in which her focus had been diverted, he’d poured two shots, grabbed some salt, and two lime wedges from underneath the counter.

    She swallowed thickly, hoping to god she’d be able to play off the effects of that liquor.

    Because it was only the one, wasn’t it? She was only going to have one single shot of tequila and, surely, that wasn’t enough to intoxicate her…

    Right?

    “Aw, fuck.” She slurred, pushing the empty bottle aside. “I really—“ she hiccuped. “I really need to stop drinking.”

    “Why?” Just as garbled, he responded.

    “‘Cuz I feel like I’m gonna puke.” She snorted a laugh, pushing all of the limes strewn across the redwood into the bin. “And my breath stinks of tequila.”

    He waved her off, looking at his chest as he wiped the alcohol from his leathers. “Tequila don’t smell that bad.”

    Isla blushed, though she fished around her purse for some gum, regardless.

    And her heart fucking plummeted to the pit of her stomach when she noticed the bottle of antidepressants in the smaller compartment, suddenly realizing that her excessive alcohol consumption tonight was for sure going to mess with her.

    Shit.

    “Water?” He asked, holding two empty glasses. He heeded the dread in her expression, how she looked like she’d seen a fucking ghost.

    “Please.”

    Tig handed her one of the glasses, slinging his free arm over her shoulder—mainly in an attempt to stabilize her—and padded over to the kitchen.

    The clubhouse was a little more sparse, now. Jax and Tara sat alongside Juice, Chibs, and Happy, meanwhile Gemma and Clay were meters apart from one another.

    But nobody seemed to notice the lack of manpower behind that bar, which was a wonderful thing. Because Isla feared that she might’ve collapsed had she not hydrated herself.

    She feared that she might’ve said, or done, something that she might’ve regretted, too.

    Tequila did make her feel “hot”, after all.

    “God, I need this so bad.” She practically moaned, twisting the cold water tap, haphazardly holding her glass underneath it.

    Isla didn’t even shut the water off, she just chugged that slightly lukewarm—strangely beautiful—liquid like her life depended on it.

    “Fuck.” She gasped for air, putting her glass atop the draining board. “Oh my god, that was so fucking good.”

    Tig watched in awe.

    As droplets of water trickled from her lips, and chin, to her chest, Tig subtly groaned to himself. He stifled a reaction, however.

    “Yeah?”

    “Oh, hell yeah.” She nodded.

    Tig held her glass underneath the tap again, filling it half way. “You want some more?”

    Isla took it from him, cocking her head a little when he didn’t let go of the glass. “What?”

    “How’d that tequila make you feel?”

    “What?” She repeated herself, forgetting about what she told him earlier. “Oh…”

    “How’d it make you feel?” He pressed, releasing his grip though lifting his hand to brush his thumb underneath her glossy lips.

    “Good.” Isla stumbled over her words, watching his eyes flick over her features. She gulped, though she put the glass straight back down. “Really, really good.”

    Tig jolted, though relaxed when she let her hands rest against his shoulders. He hadn’t expected this today. Or ever, really.

    “How good is really really good?” He asked, twisting a couple of ringed fingers through long, loose curls.

    Her heart was no longer sinking to the pit of her stomach, but fluttering wildly within her palpitating chest.

    “Pretty good.”

    “Right.” He caught her bluff, nodding. “I could think of something that’d make you feel really, really, really good, y’know?”

    “You think?” Isla leaned into him when a hand pressed into the small of her back, and the other holding onto the nape of her neck. She shivered. “Because I think you could.”

    Confidently, he bobbed his head. “Oh, I could.”

    She was a bundle of nerves, frankly. Tig was so nonchalant, so breezy, and she was just so fucking fraught.

    But he didn’t seem to notice—or care—while he surveyed her face, grinding his lips together in anticipation. He lowered his head a little to meet her height, though she still stood on her toes.

    “Make me feel really good, Tig.” She whispered, the citrusy scent of tequila permeating his senses, quickening the rate of his pulse.

    Isla’s sweet, soft lips ghosted over his own as she exuded a satisfied sigh, loosening up at the feeling of their noses brushing over one another.

    It was so gentle. She hasn’t expected a man of such stature, such hunger and animosity, to be capable of something so soothing.

    An unmistakable burst of desire started to seep through her, humming against his lips as she opted to wrap both arms around his neck while he backed her up against the sink.

    With the support against her lower back, Isla wound a leg around his waist as the kiss amplified and Tig began to grind his hips into her whilst simultaneously moaning.

    She didn’t know how badly she needed this tonight.

    Pink nails wound into his unruly curls, mindlessly nudging through the hair—pushing him to hasten. He slipped his tongue into her mouth, then. Lauding the flavor of tequila and cigarettes.

    But Isla promptly froze at the sound of footsteps—heels, precisely—clicking across the tile.

    “Tig, wait.” She jerked her head a little, urging him to stop. “I can hear Gemma—“

    “You can see her, too.” The matriarch stated, rounding the corner and immediately coming into Isla’s line of sight.

    Both Tig and the blonde shifted to look at her.

    “Am I interrupting something?”

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  • angelbroad
    26.09.2021 - 5 hours ago

    Say, Meri, and Clef are sitting on a bench

    Draven: Why do you guys look so sad?

    Say: Sit down with us so we can tell you.

    *Draven sits down*

    Meri: The bench is freshly painted.

    ⭕⭕⭕

    Say: If I'm really as evil as you say I am, then have the gods strike me down where I stand.

    *Lightning strikes Say*

    Say: Ha! Nice try, jackass! Next time, give it your A-game!

    ⭕⭕⭕

    Say: Looking left cause you don’t treat me right

    Meri: Looking right because you left

    Clef: Looking up cause you let me down

    Draven: Looking down cause you fucked up

    Dr Kondraki: What is wrong with you guys

    ⭕⭕⭕

    Meri: Physically, yes, I could fight a bird. But emotionally? Imagine the toll.

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  • unseapromos
    26.09.2021 - 6 hours ago

    LIKE CALLS TO LIKE.

    it has been one year since THE DARKLING’s betrayal, where he attempted to expand the shadow fold instead of destroying it with the help of the sun summoner like previously promised. though his attempts were thwarted by ALINA STARKOV, the fold still remains. the sun summoner has disappeared, and with his newfound abilities, the darkling is more hellbent on getting her back than ever before. some second army grisha went into hiding, while others flocked to the darkling’s side. the question is: do they stay with him out of fear, or out of loyalty?

    NO MOURNERS, NO FUNERALS.

    but the shadow fold isn’t the only thing that people have to worry about it. there are rumors of something called JURDA PAREM, a strain of the stimulate jurda, but with far stronger effects. people say it amplifies a grisha’s power beyond the likes that anyone has ever seen before. but its consequences? well, they can be DEADLY. 
    back in ketterdam, THE DREGS have just successfully broken MATTHIAS HELVAR out of prison. near-impossible odds lie ahead of them -- break into fjerda’s most secure military base and get the inventor of jurda parem, BO YUL-BAYUR, out. should they succeed, they stand to gain thirty million kruge.

    WHICH SIDE WILL YOU CHOOSE?

    UNSEAHQ is an appless discord rp set in the grishaverse universe. taking place a year after the events of the first season / book, we will continue the storyline in-game, through plot drops and events -- and with both canons and ocs !!
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  • scarletsprites
    26.09.2021 - 6 hours ago

    Somehow forgot to post this, oop. Anyways, we love a competent storm carry

    #wizard101#wizard101 fanart#wizard101 oc#wizzy fandom#wizzy101 #painting that armor kicked my ass #also the gold detailing #the lighting was pretty experimental
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