Pack Bonds It had been six days. The Underforge had echoed with noise for two: at first just the occasional snarl or groan, then hoarse whimpering, and now the rough, sobbing cries of his Shield-Brother.More Like This
He had lasted longer than anyone expected.
Someone had seen something in the woods of Whiterun hold: something that had put the city on alert. The word "werewolf" had been murmured more than once in the past few days. The Companions were careful, of course, to never be seen in their beast forms, at least not near their home: Farkas doubted one of them had been caught. But something had, and it made things...difficult.
Likely, it would all die down in due time, and so long as the Companions were careful not to look guilty, nobody would be any wiser. After all, this had happened before--most recently, when Sondas had first been changed and escaped before they could catch him--and they always managed. It had been worst for Aela: she wasn't like the rest of t
Sweet Dreams (GermanyxReader) You smiled softly down at Ludwig’s sleeping face as his features were gently bathed in moonlight streaming in from the window. He was so peaceful in repose, without stress or worry or any of the emotions that plagued him in wakefulness to etch hard lines into his features. And it had been so long since the easy curves of a true smile had appeared on his face that you could barely remember what one looked like.More Like This
His feathery blond hair glimmered finely in the moonlight as he murmured something undecipherable in his sleep, shifting slightly in his sleep so that his sculpted silhouette was thrown into glorious relief against the domes of the pillow cradling his head. Reaching out quietly, you gently stroked the soft strands, revelling silently in the feel of the silky blond gossamer against your fi
Axis x Country!Reader: FrozenMore Like This
"Do you wanna build a snowman?" Anna said to Elsa.
Today, you and the Axis were watching Frozen. They've seen it already but you just wanted to watch it again.
"I'M ELSA," you said making the movements when she sang Let It Go.
"I wanna be Elsa!" Italy beamed up.
"You can't be Elsa 'cause I'm Elsa. You can be Anna."
"No! I wanna be Elsa!" Italy got up from his seat and started to make the movements as well.
"No you're not!"
"GERMANY! ITALY WON'T STOP BEING A BITCH!" you yelled to Germany.
Germany sighed. "Italy let (C/n) be Elsa, besides Anna seems nice."
Italy pouted. "Fine. But you'll be the blonde boy."
"I'll be....the reindeer," Japan said.
"But I want Germany to be with me, not you!" you said to Italy.
"If I can't be Elsa I get to have Germany," Italy replied crossing his arms.
You slapped Italy upside the head, hearing a loud smack.
Italy whined and started to cry.
"(C/n)!" Germany said.
"What? He's being a prick!" you complained.
Office Space -Romano x Reader-|Four|More Like This
The drive was a bit awkward, the sound of wind blowing through the open windows kept the environment from being quiet. Every now and then, Lovino would tell (Name) where to turn. His gaze was focused on the outside of the passenger window, watching as houses and trees past by, while (Name) gripped her hands around the wheel, her eyes concentrated on the road.
"Turn-a left here."
She obeyed, turning her car left into a fenced in neighborhood full of apartment buildings.
'Wow. These look expensive. How do they pay for it with the salary at work?'
"My-a Grandfather is-a paying for our-a apartment."
(Name) glanced over at Lovino, his gaze was still directed outside. Her eyes quickly returned to the road.
"You're Granddad must really love you guys if he's paying for you to stay in these."
He gave a dry laugh, shaking his head. A concern expression crossed the (Hair Color)'s face when she heard it pass his lips.
"He's-a only paying because-a Feliciano is-a staying the
Santa Baby (GermanyxReader) Another year had passed, bringing you yet again to Alfred's Christmas party. This year was going to be a bit different. You had agreed to perform a Christmas song for everybody he had invited. It wasn't going to be held at his house, but rather a place he had rented. It was like a ballroom, but it also had a stage and a big kitchen/dining area. You didn't know what to expect of the place, but you had been a bit anxious. The song you were singing was Eartha Kitt's Santa Baby, and you didn't know how the guys were going to act. You also chose out your sharpest red dress and a fur coat. Your fishline was also an option, but you thought that was overboard.More Like This
You had fixed your (h/c) hair in a fancy updo, almost making you look like Marilyn Monroe. In fact, your lips were the brightest shade of red you owned, and your lashes couldn't have been any longer. Cheap perfume hung around your neck, making you smell like spring flowers. A grin plastered your face. "I loo
Prince!TurkeyXStreetRat!Reader-Testing Worth Pt. 4Prince!TurkeyXStreetRat!Reader-Testing Worth Part 4More Like This
"A...genie...?" You raised an eyebrow. You had never met nor did you ever think of meeting one. You didn't even believe in them!
"Yes." The "genie" man said. "My name is Roderich Edelstein, The Genie of The Sapphire Pendant."
"Pendant?" You questioned. You grabbed it and looked at it. The words of the old man who gave you the pendant appeared in your head. He said it was magical. You never thought it actually was. "But...I thought genies were only in lamps."
"Mostly yes, but genies can live in other things too." Roderick explained. "Like a ring or a necklace. It's usually the stronger ones that do. Now, you summoned me for something?"
"Ah, did I summon you?" You questioned, looking up from the pendant. Roderich sighed again.
"Genies can only leave their lamp if they are summoned by their master by rubbing their home." He explained with a slight irritated tone.
"Oh..." You looked back down at the pendant. Did you somehow rub the
KingRussiaXReader- Roses or sunflowers chapter 10More Like This
Authors note-Soo like sorry we havn't written for a long time but for some reason my tweenies stash writer didn't work and our very jkbhdsbdf brother changed my whole netbooks password... well it might be him all evidence points towards him- but anyway, me being cleverer than my twin just got her stash writer to work.
The two didn't know that throughout their little heartwarming conversation someone had been listening. he was standing in the window, leaning out a small, sly smile stuck on his face.
Oh so that's the problem...his Majesty does like her then...
The person smiled
Well that's not very nice is it he's going against his own rule...
The person thought for a while
This is sure to get (Name) Kicked out he smirked.
(Name) sat on her bed wondering about the King’s strange behaviour. She thought back to the time when the King ha
Funny "Starkit's Prophecy" quotesI'm sorry XD These were all too good or too stupid to be kept a secret. I picked out a few quotes from "Starkit's Prophecy" and here they are XDMore Like This
Starkit's Prophecy belongs to the narcissistic, racist, homophobic, ignorant, arrogant, naive, christian, really really stupid 8-year-old who thinks that Harry Potter should be burned at the stake for practicing witchcraft.
"There is a prophecy!" She said, "Out of the darkness, stars will come and get rid of the evil Tiger and Holly."
Starkit woke up and sunlight was in the branches
Just because her mom used to be a ShadowClan cat and her dad was Jayfeather, the medicine cat, didn't mean she was different!
(Author's note) Lol i update fast don't i? Review or ill hit you over the head with a frying pan XDD jk
Was she really special like the prophecy meowed?
"Starpaw's so kawaii, look at her eyes and her fur."
They trained for a while more.
Cities of the FutureMore Like This
Cities of the Future
By istickboy, Truepicturesinc
Metropolis KL 2210 by skian-winterfyre
What do you think your favorite city will look like in one hundred years?
Architect Rem Koolhaas has completed a “vertical city” complex in Rotterdam, bringing a new style of multi–purpose skyscrapers to the city skyline. Bennett Stein wrote about the new buildings for KCRW’s Design & Architecture blog, calling the creator “the Godzilla of architecture.”
Here’s an excerpt from Stein’s essay: