Guilford, a quiet, well-to-do neighborhood in Baltimore, has its peace shattered when Will, a discourteous postman, takes over their route, makes a habit of mishandling their mail, and wages war on Hannibal’s sanity.
A war which will end in bloodshed, one way or another.
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Will didn’t know how this was happening.
He didn’t know why.
But it was.
Even if he couldn’t trust his eyes, not always anyway, he trusted what he felt, tactile sensation, and everything he felt said that this was happening. His body didn’t have the aches and pains and scars he knew. There was no knot of scar tissue causing issues with his shoulder from being stabbed. No smile across his stomach from a linoleum knife or bullet wound in his non-stabbed shoulder.
He was his relatively untouched teenager self, brain too much for most to handle and awkward social abilities that had landed him a full-ride to Tulane off of his high IQ and ability to pass a test – so long as it wasn’t a psych exam, though now that he knew what he knew he’d be willing to bet that was changed.
In fact…as plans and plots started to come together, he was counting on it.
It would be a long game.
Almost twenty years.
A different Will would be sorry for all those who would die between then and now, let alone those that would come after, but as he sat down and began the first of many lists that would shape his future for the next decade or more, he didn’t feel any guilt at all.
“You’re fixated,” Will accuses, but does not continue.
Hannibal shifts in his chair, eyes flashing. “What do you believe me to be fixated on?”
“I… are you really going to make me come out and say it?”
Snapshots from canon with two firm, shapely differences.
Fandoms: Hannibal (TV), Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
14 May 2020
Many people say that Will Graham has an empathy disorder, brought about by the abundance of mirror neurons of childhood never burned away.
What very few say, as very few know, is that those mirror neurons stayed in defense of a far darker thing, lurking about in the shadows of his skull. They helped him connect to others around him, a barrier to the evil inside, a balance with which to find himself.
And then Harry Potter went to die, and the horocrux was destroyed.
After that, the mirror neurons he'd never known he'd had were more of a pain than they were worth, honestly.
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21 Sep 2020
After discovering the identity of the infamous Chesapeake Ripper is his new therapist, sixteen year old Will Graham, who struggles with violent fantasies, decides to take advantage. He has someone he wants Hannibal to kill, and he won't take no for an answer.
This series begins with That Which is Called Madness, and follows their relationship as partners in murder and eventual romance. Will is twenty before any overt romantic or sexual situations between them begin, but the underage tag is there simply because I would rather over-warn than under-warn.
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20 Sep 2020