What Should StarBlazer124 Work On?Hey guys, quick update. I am currently settling into my new place and will soon be back to writing in full swing. Waves of Change’s next chapter is in the works and should be out relatively soon. Once that is out, however, I’d like to know what you’d all like to see. Should I continue focusing on the already planned projects (ex. Waves of Change, Of Nightmares and Dreams, Heart of Freedom, and Frozen Truth) or should I take a few requests first? If I did, I could only accept around three or four, since I also am preparing for a couple more prompt projects that will be starting in late August.More Like This
From August 17th through the 23rd, I’ll be participating in the “Everything We Love About One Piece” project. The following week is an exciting sequel! Corazon Week Part II! That’s right everyone! Get ready for more Corazon fun!
Corazon Week: Day 7 Heart Love SmileCorazon groaned and ran a hand through his blond locks. He was flat on his back, trying to focus on what had just happened. The last thing he could remember was facing his brother, both pointing pistols at the other’s head, and struggling to stay conscious so his powers would allow- “LAW!” Corazon bolted up and off the floor, frantically looking for the raven-haired boy. All he could see, though, was black space filled with floating red hearts. “Is this supposed to be some kind of messed up version of heaven?” he asked aloud.More Like This
“Not necessarily. It’s more like a void,” a mysterious familiar voice answered.
Spinning around, Corazon nearly fainted at what was in front of him. A tall, blond man with brown eyes and makeup watched him curiously. He was the spitting image of Corazon himself, right down to the red cap and black feather coat he wore, and when he spoke, his smooth tones matched the former’s. “You look awful
Corazon Week: Day 6 Cora-san and Law“Sure is busy today. Wonder why…” Corazon weaved his way through the packed street, curiously noting the ribbons and colorful banners that hung from each shop. Above the paved concrete, strings of lights dangled from trees, giving the market a lively glow to contrast the quickly fading sunlight. “A festival maybe?” he mused. It would explain why no one had glanced twice at the makeup painted on his face. He probably looked like a clown, picking up groceries before he entertained the town’s children. Little did they know that there was only one child he was concerned about at the moment.More Like This
The blond tripped as his thoughts drifted to the raven-haired boy he had left at camp. Law’s condition had worsened severely a few days ago, draining all of the energy out of his small body. His fever had only decreased slightly in that time and he had to rely on Corazon to do most things now, though he insisted on trying to maintain some of his independe
Corazon Week: Day 5 Donxiquote BrothersHe stood atop the hill, the sunrise beginning to peak over the ocean’s edge. Hues of pink and purple danced across the oddly shaped figurehead of the ship bobbing along the shore, highlighting the sunglasses carved into the flamingo. Rocinante rubbed his palms on his plain white jeans in a feeble attempt to remove the sweat building up on them. It had been fourteen years since he had seen his older brother and their last encounter hadn’t gone well, to say the least. The marine reminded himself that this was about seeing his mission through; that his nerves weren’t about seeing the only remaining relative he had left.More Like This
He slowly approached the ship. From the deck above, a man with spiky blue hair peered over the railing, having heard Rocinante’s footsteps stirring the rocks of the beach. “Y-Young Master?” the man stuttered. “What on earth are you doing over there?” His head whipped back and forth between the blond and the door leadin
Corazon Week: Day 4 Nagi Nagi no MiCorazon’s stomach wailed with hunger, urging him to continue through the maze of the ship and to the kitchen. Shadows masked everything in a veil of darkness, creating a series of obstacles for the uncoordinated pirate. Moonlight couldn’t reach the inner levels of the vessel and Corazon hadn’t brought a lantern for fear of tripping and setting the entire ship on fire. “Ow!” he muttered under his breath. He quickly bit his tongue. He had only been with the Donxiquote Pirates for a few months, so he couldn’t risk blowing his cover so soon.More Like This
The smooth brass of the kitchen door handle graced his fingers, congratulating him for successfully reaching his destination. Once inside, Corazon made a beeline for the refrigerator, throwing the door open to gaze longingly at the wealth of choices. Various fruits and vegetables created a miniature rainbow and several glass containers held leftovers from the crew’s most recent meals. After a couple minu
Corazon Week: Day 3 Donxiquote Pirate“Cora-san! Your tea’s ready!” The giggling eight-year old trotted up to him, holding out a tray. “It’s hot,” she reminded. Regardless, the elite officer fell backwards, spraying steaming tea like a fountain. “Pff-haha! He burned his tongue!” Baby 5 danced in circles around Corazon, chanting the mistake.More Like This
The little girl flew across the room with a short scream. Unlike other children her age, she sat up without a word and smiled, unfazed by the blond’s slap. Corazon returned to his chair, wishing that she would stop giving him such an innocent grin. It reminded him that she had grown accustomed to his brutal punishments. It reminded him that the sting of his palm no longer bothered him. ‘Keep it together,’ he calmed himself, ‘It’s for their own good.’ If he weren’t worried about remaining silent, he would have laughed at how his thoughts sounded like the Vice Admiral