Ciel and Grell: Kuroshitsuji Goes To ALA
Kuroshitsuji: Black Butler
Ciel & Grell: Kuroshitsuji Goes To ALA (Anime Los Angeles)
Cast of Characters:
Ciel Phantomhive: Katelynn (katie1890)
Grell Sutcliff: Lauri Ailane (DareDreemer)
Narrator: Lauri Ailane (DareDreemer)
Ciel Phantomhive is a 13 year old boy from London, England. He is the Earl Phantomhive and the head of the Phantomhive Estate. He has decided to attend a convention known as ALA (Anime Los Angeles), but regretfully his bodyguard and butler, Sebastian Michaelis, has been called away on business. In his absence a grim reaper, known as Grell
FrAmE of MiNd "I found this picture, with note, on my desk. I thought you would want to be notified."FrAmE of MiNd2 years ago in Scraps More Like This
-William T. Spears
Grell read the note he discovered lying atop his desk. Looking down Grell spotted the picture. It was of Ciel Phantomhive, drawn wearing next to nothing in a provocative pose, with glowing red eyes. With the message, "Miss Sutcliff I know you dreamed of him last night," scribbled across the bottom. He was far from amused by this ghastly joke. Grell had just returned to his office, from an exhausting assignment. He was tired, hungry and in no mood for silly games. He snatched up William's note, the picture and stormed out of his office heading straight to William's. Without knocking, he barged into the office, slamming the door behind him. "What the hell is this all about?" He demanded.
William looked up from his stack of paper work, the redhead stood tapping his foot in front of his desk. "I see you got my note! You were still
Black Butler: A Second Encounter Part 1 I often cross paths with Grim Reapers during my travels, and for the majority of those interactions, I manage to avoid being attacked. They are neutral creatures, after all, and are on a tight schedule, so although I am a demon, the usual response to my presence is merely a glare; perhaps they sense that I will not trouble them… or perhaps they are afraid to enter combat with one of my kind when it can be avoided. (It’s hard to tell if you’re challenging the strongest among us or the weakest because our appearances rarely give anything away.)Black Butler: A Second Encounter Part 11 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Because of the careful nature of the Grim Reaper, it is rare that one intercepts the same individual more than once. Grell Sutcliff, of course, is an exception to this concept because he appears to seek out danger like it is a necessity to his survival. With the loud, red creature, I had truly hoped that I would never see him again after the case of Jack the Ripper, but I kne
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“It is the best if you leave the city for a while. It’s the best for your safety, my dear,” her mother’s words echoed through her mind as Annie leaned her forehead against the glass and sighed heavily. She had no idea in what kind of problems her family was involved in, but it must be a matter of delicacy and maybe even dangerous if they send their only daughter out of the city and onto a stranger’s mansion somewhere in the outskirts of London. She just turned eighteen not that long ago and already missed her friends back in their little townhouse. They were part of the middle-class, not rich, not poor. Her father invested into the upcoming expansion of the rail network and made some little money with it.
Annie had lear
Black Butler: A Second Encounter Part 4 The early morning air is surprisingly warm; it rushes inland, carrying the scent of salt water and fishery. The soft breaths of wind wrap around my form as I gaze out at the waters, which reflect in fragments the fiery sunrise – hues of red, yellow, and orange.Black Butler: A Second Encounter Part 410 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Several minutes ago, my thoughts had taken hold of me, prompted by the unique and auspicious occurrence I currently reside in: it is the first time that William Spears and I have come together intentionally with a mutual goal in mind.
The more recent subject that I inspect from so many different angles within my thoughts is William’s change of heart. He had accepted my entreaty for an alliance, and now that we are a team, I wonder just why he had chosen this…
Considering his rational nature, I hypothesize that this is strategic in some manner. Because I am now bound to assist him during his collections (a
Mine (Grelliam) William gasped at his pounding headache, slamming his forehead down on the desk in an impulsive act to stop it.Mine (Grelliam)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
As his head hit the table, many flashes of things moved before his eyes, almost like a cinematic-record.
The things seemed to be false memories. Or things he just didn't remember. Maybe a mixture of both.
They flashed before him in tints of red, yellow, and green, showing him glimpses of things he both hated and loved.
His body twitched, as if it wouldn't be able to stand the images much longer.
But they kept on coming.
A scene where he hits Ronald out of a tree. Where he hugged Ronald. Probable and impossible!
A scene where he killed himself. A scene where he blushed. Unlikely and out-of-character!
A scene where he got raped by Sebastian Michaelis. A scene where he felt the silky, somewhat comforting touch of Grell's fingers on his chest. Disgusting and enticing!
A scene where Grell and-
He couldn't take it. What were these things
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Sebastian walked through the sunlit halls of the Phantomhive Manor heading to wake his Master. He pushed a sparkling silver cart that had delicious items placed on it, along with a letter from the queen. While he walked, he examined the envelope. It looked like any other one the queen had sent. Snow white with a thick red stamp pushed on the middle to seal what's inside. Except, there was a small, crimson dot in the corner of the envelope. Sebastian's steps got slower and he stopped.
He stared at the tiny speck of red and pulled out a handkerchief from his front pocket. He dabbed the small speck and placed the handkerchief back in his pocket. But it was still there. "Oh well," He sighed. Then he kept walking.
Sebastian twisted the shimmering golden doorknob to Ciel's bedroom and entered. He stepped towards the dark blue patterned curtains and pulled them back
William's ConfessionA pariah of the saddest sea of love.William's Confession3 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Your face smiles with an ethereal glow.
But only I know
Maybe if I weren't so industrious,
I could clarify what I meant
When I said I hated you.
How can you leave it at that?
Don't you know,
It isn't true?
I'm trying to be laconic,
But in the end your terse love
Is so symphonic
My introspective mind doesn't know what to do.
I wish someone would exonerate me from this feeling,
Everything that has to do with you
Sends me reeling
Your ideas are so inane,
Yet you drive me insane
With every word
As your phosphorescent eyes gaze into me.
What do they see?
Because right now I'm acting like who I should be
Who I don't want to be.
This is all so abstruse
My soul is overly recluse.
But here you are,
Everything that shouldn't be,
You have to win
And so do I
So that makes it a truce
And a lie.
This is all so confusing,
Our love is paradoxical,
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So very dark....
Even now, it seems like darkness will forever consume my very being.
It encompasses me, delicately wrapping its' cold, invisible fingers around me. Around my heart.
"Dinner is prepared, Master."
It is amusing how a simple flick of my wrist sends them scattering away like helpless cockroaches.
No... it's disgusting. Absolutely pitiful.
"Would you care for anything else, Master?"
"No. Leave. Now."
"Yes, Your Highness."
Yes, Your Highness... Yes, Your Highness.... if only you knew how badly those three simple words pain me.
But you do know... Don't you, Claude?
Yes, of course you do.
It's obvious. Why else would you repeat that phrase over and over again?
To torment me. To drive me insane.
To inflict psychological wounds far worse than you could ever hope to understand.
They have the gall to wonder why I lash out at them.
It's because deep down....
Everyone seems to fawn over that Phantomhive brat. Even Claude.
WillxGrellGrell walked angrily along the corridor of the reaper dispatch division towards William T. Spears's office. That damn reaper! He had been given overtime yet again! Well he wasn't going to get away with it this time, even if he lost his job by complaining.WillxGrell3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
He banged on the door.
"William! Get out here RIGHT NOW!"
He waited a few seconds.
"WILLIAM! I'm not joking!"
Impatience got the better of him and he forced the door open. The room was empty. The curtains blew wildly as the wind rushed through the open window.
"Coward" muttered Grell in annoyance, and he followed William out of the window, lightly dropping to the ground and sprinting across the garden.
William was sitting on a bench at the end of the garden, partially obscured by some rose bushes. A fountain was tinkling somewhere nearby.
He just couldn't take it any longer. He couldn't take this immense pain. His head fell into his hands in despair.
"WILLIAM!" The angry shout was nearby and he could hear the footfalls of Grell's
The Prick of a ThornFandom: Kuroshitsuji//Black ButlerThe Prick of a Thorn1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Summary: Alan Humphries didn't know what to expect when he was assigned his mentor when he entered Dispatch--but Eric Slingby wasn't even close to what he imagined...
Pairings: EricxAlan (Slingphries)
The Prick of a Thorn.
Alan sighed, cradling his chin in the palm of his hand, his elbow resting on the untidy oak desk in front of him.
He had been so excited about passing his final exam and earning the right to officially work at the London Dispatch as a junior officer… and his assigned mentor was late. Senior member and dispatch officer Eric Slingby had been scheduled to meet with his new charge that morning, and granted, Alan had arrived a good ten minuets early. But the brunet had been waiting for an hour.
At first he had waited in the hall outside the man's office, but the Dispatch supervisor, William Spears, had walked by and suggested he wait inside where he would be more
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Grell dreamt again of meadows and of sunny blue sky,
In there are pretty clouds and planes, red birds that fly.
But Grell is not happy, he is really quite sad.
The things that Will said – still driving him mad.
And suddenly there, he feels a man’s hand,
On his soft skin, some fingers then, suddenly land
“ Grell,” a voice says familiar, yet soft,
slightly uncomfortable, uncertain and rough.
Grell jolts up, looks at this man,
His deep read eyebrows forming a frown
“ Leave!” he says coldly and then turns away,
in reality though, he wants William to stay.
“ I’m sorry,” William whispers silently then
stands up and then quietly tries to walk away, when,
Grell jumps up, he follows him there, on the shore of the sea,
Grell stands and stands ,in fear that William will flea,
But he won’t. Side by side they silently stand
Watching the waves, standing on the wet sand.
Then Grell suddenly pulls William in the icy cold wate
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You walked in the freezing cold sleet. You stared down at the ground to try to block the frigid rain from hitting my face although there was really no point anymore considering you were already soaked to the bone. Your tattered black dress dripped. You continued to walk, your legs threatening to give out on you. You hadn't eaten for days and you had grown very weak. You looked up to see a mansion in the distance. You broke out into a run but it didn't last long.
You slipped in the brown mud. Your (h/l) (h/c) hair now muddy. You got up slowly covered head to toe in brown sludge. You continued to the gates of the mansion. You felt yourself getting dizzy. You suddenly fell to the ground in exhaustion. Allowing yourself to fade into darkness.
~~In the Mansion~~
"Sebastian! Sebastian!" Called a maid and a blonde boy running down the hall towards a butler dressed in all black.
The butler turned his attention to the two and sighed
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"There." Vincent tied the bow on his freshman's suit. "Come now, Ciel. Smile. You know, uniforms aren't required."
Ciel shrugged. "No reason to smile, father. We live in a mansion, so it's only appropriate to dress like this." He shrugged his father's hand away, backing up. "I have to go." He backed up towards the door, his eyes shining with false enthusiasm.
"Goodbye son," Vincent called as Ciel backed out the door, closing it.
He blew out a deep breath, shaking with cold. There was a low fog overhanging the area as he walked down the front steps. He clutched his binder close to him, feeling insecure in the worst way. He was rich, but he was still a freshman, before anything. He was supposed to be a Sophomore, but due to a transfer, he had to repeat a grade in middle school. He hadn't wanted summer to be over so quickly, admittedly.
"Hello!" A high pitched voice startled him, and he
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to keep things much less boring, my lengthy little A/N is posted in the description.
The Looming Command
Things were definitely…strange. One could even dare to say it was eerie, more so than usual, within the walls of the Phantomhive Manor.
There was no crashing, no banging, and no smell of smoke wafting through the narrow hallways, and no signs of the, usually by now, irate butler. Everything was quiet, save for the soft click of your booted steps as you walked from your little room in the back hall, squinting against the dim lights whilst tying the ribbon of your maid dress around your waist snugly. Reaching the entrance to the kitchen, you froze in surprise at the scene before your eyes. Since the usual havoc of the morning was absent, a sinking fear had overcome you that something had happened to the rest of your teammates for some odd reason, but there before you was Bard, scurrying around in an eccentric manner, yet somehow managing to not make a sou
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But the daring adventurers among us would be quite disappointed to discover the real source. In truth, it was an emery board shaping a well-manicured nail, belonging to one Grell Sutcliff of the Grim Reaper Dispatch Association, London division. There was about seven minutes until his next assignment, according to the paperwork. But he didn't dare let his massive case of ennui result in sleep. The last time he did that, he had woken up in a coffin. Really, he mused, you'd think a legend such as the U
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The new wounds may be deep,
But my courage will help it heal,
My intelligence will grow with my wisdom,
In the ending my hopes will be fulfilled,
And the pain will have been worth it...
"Yes, I'd love to work here." You exclaimed, with a wide smile on your face.
Ciel nodded and looked to Sebastian, who had been standing in the corner of the room the whole time.
"Okay you'll start work once your back to full health."
You looked down at yourself noticing a few cuts and bruises on your arms, hands and legs. You probably lost weight over the
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Ciel had scarcely made it past the edge of the cliff before Sebastian lunged after him, his long arms outstretched in a futile attempt to catch the boy before he could tumble out of reach. When his hands closed around empty air, Sebastian's eyes widened, his sharp teeth bared in a snarl of frustration, and he leaped off of the edge himself. He could see the former earl's body tumbling limply down into the chasm, narrowly avoiding bashing against the rocks that jutted out from the cliff-side as he flew past them. The mark of the contract on Sebastian's hand began to burn, although he did not need its help to know his master needed him.
The demon butler pursued the boy down into the seemingly endle
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The man dusted off his black blazer, and straightened his tie with a delicate accuracy.
"You'll have to forgive me, I wasn't looking where I was going-"
"Oh, no need to be sorry, it was my fault for going so fast. I'm-"
"Grell Sutcliff!" Will finished his sentence in a way "What happened? You shouldn't be causing such a commotion after after all of that." The man blinked slowly, taking what had William said as a sly innuendo. Grell rolled his eyes.
"I'm Grell Sutcliff. Very pleased to meet you. ~~~" The two shook hands for an awkwardly long amount of time.
"My name is Murasaki Inazuma." He attempted a vague smile and then
Confined: Part One [Sebastian x Reader]Disclaimer: I don’t own Kuroshitsuji, unfortunately. I also don’t own you, in case you didn’t already know.Confined: Part One [Sebastian x Reader]11 months ago in Romance More Like This
A rather trivial thought:
Fate is like water,
one drop of it can make its surroundings ripple.
Did you know, that out of everything the world has, and will create, I think words are the most powerful weapon?
With just some simple words, the world can stop. Carriages come to a standstill, everyone’s eyes a handful of people.
“Halt! We’ll shoot anyone who moves!”
Guns held high, each of them pointing their weapons at different people. With masks covering their faces’, despair apparent on each of them. Pure despair.
Though, I found something far more interesting than these thugs: Ciel Phantomhive and his Butler. As the sky went from the beautiful turquoise to a chartreuse colour, I sighed.
After all, someone did something that changed fate itself. Today was no longer a good day.
Hand on metal, seven gunshots went off.
His Master, Transcendent Chapter 01Author's Note: This story will begin with a twist on the final scene of the anime, and will continue where Black Butler II left off. I will warn you now, Sebastian will definitely be somewhat OOC in this fic, as will Ciel, but it will all make sense in later chapters.His Master, Transcendent Chapter 012 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
August 26th, 1889. The night sky was black as jet, starless despite the fact that the new moon was still days away. The air was cool, unusual for a midsummer night, and the breeze softly tossed Ciel's blue-gray hair as Sebastian carried him across the field of black and white roses that adorned the seaside cliff. A few petals drifted up around them on the wind, and Ciel's eyes flashed red for a moment while he reached out to grab one in his outstretched hand. Sebastian watched with little interest as his master turned the petal around between his fingers; his face had remained stony, almost totally expressionless, since the day he d
A Demon's Pursuit: Confronting UndertakerA Demon's Pursuit: Confronting Undertaker1 year ago in Drama More Like This
Summary: Sebastian is brought to Undertaker's court. What could Undertaker have planned for a demon bound to serve him for a month? Meanwhile, Sebastian watches Ciel...
A Demon's Pursuit:
The air was chill. I had expected to labor in Hell, devouring spirits and forging alliances for a proud, untried demon, but there I was—languishing in a musky, shadowy room at the behest of an (apparently renegade) eccentric Reaper. His taste in décor was as deplorable as ever, and the spider webs, mysterious beakers, and recreational coffin were at the center of the visitor’s eye. If one looked past those, I wondered, what might one find?
But alas, the Reaper spoke, jerking me from my contemplation.
“Undertaker.” I reluctantly knelt before the reaper. “I am at your service…for one month from this day.”
“Hmm, well I don’t know about that. . .
Black Butler: A Second Encounter Part 5 Yes, I am remorseful.Black Butler: A Second Encounter Part 58 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Yes, I am a fiend.
These are the things that I’ve decided within the last three hours as I walk from Bristol in the direction of London.
I don’t often feel regretful or admit to being the culpable one in a dispute, but this seems to be one of those unique moments where both apply, and William T. Spears is the catalyst.
With time to contemplate, I realize that I did indeed have no intention of harming William – either physically or emotionally. Unfortunately, it hadn’t turned out that way: rather, I had foolishly and uncouthly placed my own interests above my promise to him that he would not regret our partnership.
I remember my moments of admiration for Spears… Separating myself from the arrogance that had been blinding me, I realize that I had betrayed the trust of that very