22 Dec 2020
Just like in canon, Johnny gets hurt trying to tame Slow Dancer; Diego, who used to be his boyfriend and, along with Gyro, is now his housemate, takes him to the hospital.
- Part 1 of Far from perfect
Monster! AU: Chrollo is a shapeshifter who has turned into a vampire, and Shalnark is a succubus.
- Part 2 of Monster! Phantom Troupe AU
Under my skin by Satsuki42 for LtFaust
27 Apr 2020
Even if one had been born a prince, and the other a poor boy, even if one was a human, and the other had turned into a monster, deep down, they were the same. It was as if the two stories, having opened with an opposite beginning, but having converged in the core points along the way, would then naturally have to intertwine once again, to close but with the same ending. Only one, for both of them.
It was as if, even without knowing it, or each other at all, the threads of their lives had invisibly, but inevitably wrapped around one another; not because of fate - as fate, if it existed, had given them every possible reason to diverge - but because of their own actions, reactions, views, of all the things that still made them so similar in spite of everything.
29 Mar 2020
Based on the prompts:
"The mask Joseph had to wear was useful for more than just training."
"Since they train together, they find themselves, very often, very close."
"The villa was absolutely charming, both on the outside and on the inside, but just as much so, if not the guests, were their ornaments: clothes of the highest tailoring, made of opulent fabrics, jewels made of almost legendary materials and with exquisite craftsmanship, and perfumes which, even without knowing their history or meeting the person who was wearing them, even outside every possible context, you could have bet were worthy millions of jenny, for how impossible it may have seemed to you the idea of giving a price to something as immaterial as a perfume through only your senses before.
It was one of these very perfumes, with a suggestiveness so powerful it could influence even someone as rational and not at all prone to sentimentalism as him, to take him back to eight years earlier, to an occasion as much similar as it was different from the one he was living on that evening."