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Puzzleshipping Drabble #2 - Love#2 - Love
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Categories: Romance, Friendship
Setting: Undefined point in canon plotline, sometime after Duelist Kingdom
Summary: Yuugi takes some time to think about his feelings for his other half.
Disclaimer: Yu-Gi-Oh does not belong to me, but to Kazuki Takahashi.
Yuugi had no idea when his feelings for his other self had developed, but he knew they had.
First - Fear and confusion. Blacking out and finding many horrifying things happening to people he'd seen right before his blackouts, even if these people had harmed him, terrified him to the core.
Later came reassurance. No matter what happened to the others, he and his friends were never harmed. In fact, they seemed... Protected. Especially him. Although, upon hearing Shadi mention another Yuugi, the boy couldn't help but wonder.
After that? Trust.
With trust, he stopped blacking out. He trusted his other self, as he
Age of the Kingdoms - ProloguePrologue
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The General was looking forward to the possibility of meeting her old friend again.
A breeze blew through the night, rustling the pine needles lightly. The sky was clear and the moon a crescent. She hoped it would stay that way, at least until the end of the night, rather than the constant switch between a cool breeze and a chilling gale. However, even the now-calm weather could not lower the tension around her, around all of them.
As the middle-aged woman walked, she noted the trees were beginning to thin. We are close. She was straining for the faintest noise, the smallest movement, or the slightest whiff. In her continued eyeing of the trees, she caught the scent of urine on the wind. The smell was very familiar now.
At once, all around her and her squad, the timber wolves rose into view from the hills on either side of them and the trees behind them, ears back and silent.
Why are they attacking now?
Thor: The Dark WorldA quick, spoiler-free review: it's goooooood.
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I'd actually say that it's the best paced super-hero flick since the first Iron Man film.
Incredible Hulk fizzled in the third act.
Iron Man 2 saw every character turn either really wet or go full retard.
Thor felt a bit like a plodding, 80s, movie-with-a-message.
Captain America just felt like an extended prologue for The Avengers.
The Avengers didn't really get going until the finale.
And Iron Man 3 occupies a middle ground between Iron Man and Iron Man 2.
I'm certainly not saying any of those films were bad, it's just they felt saggy in areas.
Thor: The Dark World has a perfect pace. It's engaging right from the get-go and doesn't trip up once (that I noticed).
It is part of the Marvel cinematic series, though, so there are many, many nods and references to previous films (one of Loki's disguises is brilliant), which may leave newcomers lost.
And, of course, if