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Hello! My name is Amber. My interests include painting, drawing, reading, writing fanfiction, photography, etc. I love Sherlock Holmes and the Great Mouse Detective, so that's mainly what you'll see in my gallery. Some of my other favorite fandoms are Yu Gi Oh!, Black Butler, The Phantom of the Opera, Kingdom Hearts, most Disney stuff, etc.
Little Ray, Little Amber, and Little Basil by NightMagican
A Modest DuelIt had been a long day. A successful, but long day. The kind of day that made one feel like they’d accomplished a great deal of work, but also made one want to do nothing more than kick back and relax at the end of the day.
A bath sounded good. Sounded excellent, actually. And luckily Josette always seemed to know when one was called for, making sure to use Ann’s favorite bath salts and oils to make it all that more relaxing.
“If you need anything else, darling, just ring,” the Faerie Lenny said as she near floated toward the door. She always had that sort of grace about her.
“Thank you, Josette, but I think I’ll be fine. I’m planning to just soak away the day’s stresses for as long as possible.” Ann replied, starting to slip out of her clothes as the door closed behind her. The large, claw footed bath was filled with steaming water with scents that made it seem almost fit for a queen. She sighed deeply as she tied her long red hair
Gift: Shadow Duel
“This is going to be easier than robbing a bird’s nest!”
“Don’t jinx it, Garin! We don’t even know if anyone is home yet!”
Once again, the infamous—and ever mischievous—Garin the Foolish and his crew were up to their old tricks of piracy. But, where most pirates were content with sacking ships, towns, or various forts, Garin and his crew also found great enjoyment in robbing other pirates, especially if they were rivals or enemies. It was almost like a game to them, though the same couldn’t be said for the very pirates they robbed, most who were vicious beyond belief. One whose ire in particular seemed to be Garin’s very existence, there was literally no way to describe the hatred felt by Captain Scarblade in regards to the young Usul. And yet, Garin seemed compelled to irk the evil Lupe further with each breath he drew, or each new adventure he embarked on.
Which was what he was doing now, along with his crew.