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All I want for Christmas... (ES Secret Santa)
Christmas was one heck of an event for the Team. Everyone pitched in to decorate headquaters with paper snowflakes and strings of tinsel and everything inbetween, turning the usually strict and businesslike building into a holiday wonderland. Fake snow frosted the windows and stairs. Tiny Christmas trees, hung with miniature baubles, adopted every available surface as their own. Here and there a spec of silver or a twinkle of gold brightened the floors where a stray piece of glitter had fallen. The way it made Carlos smile was enough to melt Roy's hardened heart. They stood together in the foyer, taking in the enormity of the team's collecti
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Lockwood and Co. - Mornings at 35 Portland Row
George slumped into the kitchen around 10:30am, scratching and yawning. "Morning George," I garbled through my cereal, not bothering to look up from the newspaper. "Morning Lucy," came his grumbly reply, followed by rustling and the sound of bread being put in the toaster. I took another spoonful of cereal and chewed as I continued reading the front-page article. Apparently Lockwood&Co. got a mention in it somewhere. My gaze flicked up as the toaster popped. I dropped my spoon into my bowl and clapped my hand over my eyes. "George!" "What?" "You're not wearing pants!" There was a pause, and I just knew George was checking if my statement
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FFM day 27: City (TT AU)
Jump city was awash with lights, beating back the darkness of the night. All along the skyline was a faint haze, a glow to stave off the cold blackness. But fingers of shadow wound their subtle way into the unchecked backstreets, the alleys, the forgotten places. The apartment block where Raven lived was one of those forgotten places tonight. Every window of the bare concrete building was dark, every wall light unlit. Even the street-lights on the street outside were dark. Frowning, Raven used her phone to light the way as she buzzed in and made her way up the seven flights of stairs and along the hallway to her apartment. She fumbled with th
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FFM day 26: Shot (TT)
Raven was curled up on the sofa, enveloped in a book, when Robin, Starfire and Beast Boy returned. Dr Light had been spotted pulling a robbery downtown, and Robin had decided that the whole team needn't go to deal with him; he was a minor threat, as far as supervillains went. Raven suspected she was left behind because of the terror she'd wrought last time they dealt with Dr Light, but she wasn't going to pass up an opportunity to catch up on her reading. Cyborg was using the time to fix up the T-car. As the three heroes walked into the room, the atmosphere became palapably tense. Raising her eyes from the pages, Raven absorbed the sight. Rob
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Custody Battle (Lockwood and Co.)
(Spoilers for the end of The Hollow Boy!!!) ******************************************** It's not everyday you fight your best friends over a skull. A skull in a jar with a malevolent spirit attached to it, no less. George and I were glaring at each other across the kitchen table (which, I admit, was nothing new). The skull jar was between us, nestled neatly between the toast rack and the teapot, pulling faces at anyone who dared look at it for more than a few seconds. "Look, it's no use to you," I insisted for the thousandth time. I was meant to be on the train already; not that I had anywhere important to be. I was moving out, and I wasn't
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FFM day 25: Drum (TT AU)
The procesion marched down the wide expanse of Main Street, a thousand bodies moving in messy synchronisation. Boom boom went the drums. The band was spread out through the column, sections dispersed here and there among the dancers, the mimes, the bannermen, the acrobats. Every representative was clad in the same rainbow colours. Officials wore sweeping jackets of red velvet with golden trim, blue trousers or skirts, bright hats of orange and green. Purple feathers plumed from those hats. Their hard black boots stomped the tarmac. Boom boom went the drums. Dick, Raven, Garfield, Kory and Victor watched from behind the barriers that held back
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FFM day 24: Breathe (RaeStar)
"One, two, three, four..." Raven counted under her breath as she slammed her folded hands down on Starfire's sternum over and over, trying to coax a heartbeat from her chest. She didn't know much about Tamaranean biology, but when Starfire had been washed up on the shore more dead than alive, Raven had prayed CPR would work. So far, her prayers were going unanswered. This was the third set of compressions she'd tried, and her hope - and her strength - was starting to wane. "Come on, Star, come on," she muttered through gritted teeth, feeling another rib fracture under the pressure of her hands. Tipping the red-haired head back and pinching he
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FFM day 23: Countryside (TT AU)
The further they got from the city, the freer Raven felt. Shadows she hadn't even noticed vanished as they drove beyond the city limits and into suburbia. When the houses dwindled in number and eventually fell away behind them, the sky opened up ahead, cloudless and forget-me-not blue. They were the only ones on the road, the battered old Corolla alone on the highway. Raven had never been this far from the city before. She watched, fascinated, as fields of crops and livestock started to appear beside the road. The land was split up by long lines of fencing, turning it into a patchwork quilt of greens and browns. "I should probably tell you ab
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FFM day 22: Romance (TT AU)
Kory sighed happily, leaning back on the picnic blanket, arms folded behind her head. "The stars are so wonderful out here," she said dreamily, looking up at the sky. Raven tipped her head up. Among the endless navy-black of the night sky were millions of stars. Literally, thousands upon thousands of specks of twinkling light. Some were bright, others dull. Some blazed, some winked, some barely shone. But shine they did, each and every one, transforming the heavens into a blanket of lights. "Woah," she breathed, falling back to lie beside Kory. "I've... never seen so many stars before." "Really?" "Really. I grew up in the city. You can't see
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FFM day 21: Dishonour (TT AU)
Raven reached across the table and lightly picked a chicken nugget from the pile on Garfield's plate. He looked askance at her. "What?" she asked, not even bothering to shrug. "You've got heaps." Garfield's eye twitched. "Don't do it man," Victor warned the younger teen. "You saw what she did." "I'm telling you, don't do it..." But Garfield was already on his feet, doing his best to look intimidating. "He's doing it," Dick muttered. Garfield drew a deep breath and pointed an accusing finger at Raven. "DISHONOUR!" he shouted. "Dishonour on you! Dishonour on your cow!" Raven's eyes narrowed to a glare and Garfield fell silent. "Did you just ca
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All I want for Christmas... (ES Secret Santa)
Christmas was one heck of an event for the Team. Everyone pitched in to decorate headquaters with paper snowflakes and strings of tinsel and everything inbetween, turning the usually strict and businesslike building into a holiday wonderland. Fake snow frosted the windows and stairs. Tiny Christmas trees, hung with miniature baubles, adopted every available surface as their own. Here and there a spec of silver or a twinkle of gold brightened the floors where a stray piece of glitter had fallen. The way it made Carlos smile was enough to melt Roy's hardened heart. They stood together in the foyer, taking in the enormity of the team's collecti
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Lockwood and Co. - Mornings at 35 Portland Row
George slumped into the kitchen around 10:30am, scratching and yawning. "Morning George," I garbled through my cereal, not bothering to look up from the newspaper. "Morning Lucy," came his grumbly reply, followed by rustling and the sound of bread being put in the toaster. I took another spoonful of cereal and chewed as I continued reading the front-page article. Apparently Lockwood&Co. got a mention in it somewhere. My gaze flicked up as the toaster popped. I dropped my spoon into my bowl and clapped my hand over my eyes. "George!" "What?" "You're not wearing pants!" There was a pause, and I just knew George was checking if my statement
F
FFM day 27: City (TT AU)
Jump city was awash with lights, beating back the darkness of the night. All along the skyline was a faint haze, a glow to stave off the cold blackness. But fingers of shadow wound their subtle way into the unchecked backstreets, the alleys, the forgotten places. The apartment block where Raven lived was one of those forgotten places tonight. Every window of the bare concrete building was dark, every wall light unlit. Even the street-lights on the street outside were dark. Frowning, Raven used her phone to light the way as she buzzed in and made her way up the seven flights of stairs and along the hallway to her apartment. She fumbled with th
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FFM day 26: Shot (TT)
Raven was curled up on the sofa, enveloped in a book, when Robin, Starfire and Beast Boy returned. Dr Light had been spotted pulling a robbery downtown, and Robin had decided that the whole team needn't go to deal with him; he was a minor threat, as far as supervillains went. Raven suspected she was left behind because of the terror she'd wrought last time they dealt with Dr Light, but she wasn't going to pass up an opportunity to catch up on her reading. Cyborg was using the time to fix up the T-car. As the three heroes walked into the room, the atmosphere became palapably tense. Raising her eyes from the pages, Raven absorbed the sight. Rob
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Custody Battle (Lockwood and Co.)
(Spoilers for the end of The Hollow Boy!!!) ******************************************** It's not everyday you fight your best friends over a skull. A skull in a jar with a malevolent spirit attached to it, no less. George and I were glaring at each other across the kitchen table (which, I admit, was nothing new). The skull jar was between us, nestled neatly between the toast rack and the teapot, pulling faces at anyone who dared look at it for more than a few seconds. "Look, it's no use to you," I insisted for the thousandth time. I was meant to be on the train already; not that I had anywhere important to be. I was moving out, and I wasn't
F
FFM day 25: Drum (TT AU)
The procesion marched down the wide expanse of Main Street, a thousand bodies moving in messy synchronisation. Boom boom went the drums. The band was spread out through the column, sections dispersed here and there among the dancers, the mimes, the bannermen, the acrobats. Every representative was clad in the same rainbow colours. Officials wore sweeping jackets of red velvet with golden trim, blue trousers or skirts, bright hats of orange and green. Purple feathers plumed from those hats. Their hard black boots stomped the tarmac. Boom boom went the drums. Dick, Raven, Garfield, Kory and Victor watched from behind the barriers that held back
F
FFM day 24: Breathe (RaeStar)
"One, two, three, four..." Raven counted under her breath as she slammed her folded hands down on Starfire's sternum over and over, trying to coax a heartbeat from her chest. She didn't know much about Tamaranean biology, but when Starfire had been washed up on the shore more dead than alive, Raven had prayed CPR would work. So far, her prayers were going unanswered. This was the third set of compressions she'd tried, and her hope - and her strength - was starting to wane. "Come on, Star, come on," she muttered through gritted teeth, feeling another rib fracture under the pressure of her hands. Tipping the red-haired head back and pinching he
F
FFM day 23: Countryside (TT AU)
The further they got from the city, the freer Raven felt. Shadows she hadn't even noticed vanished as they drove beyond the city limits and into suburbia. When the houses dwindled in number and eventually fell away behind them, the sky opened up ahead, cloudless and forget-me-not blue. They were the only ones on the road, the battered old Corolla alone on the highway. Raven had never been this far from the city before. She watched, fascinated, as fields of crops and livestock started to appear beside the road. The land was split up by long lines of fencing, turning it into a patchwork quilt of greens and browns. "I should probably tell you ab
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FFM day 22: Romance (TT AU)
Kory sighed happily, leaning back on the picnic blanket, arms folded behind her head. "The stars are so wonderful out here," she said dreamily, looking up at the sky. Raven tipped her head up. Among the endless navy-black of the night sky were millions of stars. Literally, thousands upon thousands of specks of twinkling light. Some were bright, others dull. Some blazed, some winked, some barely shone. But shine they did, each and every one, transforming the heavens into a blanket of lights. "Woah," she breathed, falling back to lie beside Kory. "I've... never seen so many stars before." "Really?" "Really. I grew up in the city. You can't see
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FFM day 21: Dishonour (TT AU)
Raven reached across the table and lightly picked a chicken nugget from the pile on Garfield's plate. He looked askance at her. "What?" she asked, not even bothering to shrug. "You've got heaps." Garfield's eye twitched. "Don't do it man," Victor warned the younger teen. "You saw what she did." "I'm telling you, don't do it..." But Garfield was already on his feet, doing his best to look intimidating. "He's doing it," Dick muttered. Garfield drew a deep breath and pointed an accusing finger at Raven. "DISHONOUR!" he shouted. "Dishonour on you! Dishonour on your cow!" Raven's eyes narrowed to a glare and Garfield fell silent. "Did you just ca
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Impossible Souffle - A tribute to Clara Oswald
A thousands screams do choke me, My heart is rent in two, My tears threaten to drown me, As she does what she must do. A mistake one step too far, A sacrifice nobly given, Our dearest Clara Oswald, Steps forth to face the raven. Run Doctor, and remember, Those were her famous words. The Souffle Girl eternal, His blessing and his curse. From Gallifrey to Trenzalore, She was his greatest gift. The Woman Twice Dead, And yet on she lived. She knew his every face, She knew his very name. She knew the TARDIS inside out, From whence into it she came. She battled for the innocent, And for his life alone, She fought the Great Intelligence; Her l
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Thanks a bunch for the :+fav: on The Last of Us: Unhealthy Diets!
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