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Blanket Game (Pitch Black x Reader Oneshot)
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The heat of fabric had become uncomfortable, sweat collecting in that small indention on your top lip, and even seeming to somehow gather beneath every individual strand of your hair. You'd waited longer than usual, and an old worry- along with a slight prick of embarrassment over the dependence you'd found yourself in- swept over.
Twice you'd considered turning the tables and wriggling from under the thick blanket and instead searching for him, and the first time you'd silently debated your own mind, successfully talking yourself out of it.
The second time, the pad of his heels against your carpet, inaudible to all but you, caused you to reconsider and reassured the ever precious notions you held.
"Oh I wonder where my little love is," The English inflection finally came, playful as ever. "She's very good at hiding, isn't she? She's a sneaky one..."
You bit your bottom lip, trying to chew that smile away at the flashing memory of the tall and pallid myth seeping into your room and eye
A child of frost and sunshineAs he stood outside the ornate wooden doors, he could not bring himself to focus on anything but the sounds coming from within. The sound of a woman screaming in pain. Pain that he had, in his way, caused her to be in. It sickened him to think that one he loved so much was in so much agony. But he knew that when it was over, if things went as well as they both hoped, both he and she would be happier than they had ever been. He stepped back from the door and sighed.
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Jack Frost, a spirit of cold and ice, was to many people merely a figure of myth. An expression to describe the way the day would become suddenly cold, or an unexpected arrival of snow. To almost everyone in the world, he was not real. But he was. And to those who believed in him, he was as real as any flesh and blood human being. One such human was now beyond those doors, tended to by her hand-maidens. Rapunzel, the princess of this land, this palace he now stood within. The two of them had known each other for some time an