21 May 2021
A continuation of zombie drabble!
She loses her brother in a hoard of the undead.
She finds a corpse wearing his face in a convenience store.
The corpse calls her name.
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26 Jul 2021
25 Jul 2021
"You owe me child support," Lan Zhan blurts, before Wei Wuxian can open his mouth to say hello to him. "Take responsibility."
Or, the one where Lan Wangji's pet rabbit has a better love life than he does, and single father Wei Wuxian develops a healthy fear of attorneys, courtesy of his next-door neighbor.
18 Jul 2021
In Wei Wuxian's defense, no one told him not to drink from the cold spring.
"In my defense," Lan Xichen groans, "I didn't think you would."
"We should put up a sign," Wei Wuxian says brightly. "'Consumption of these waters may result in a case of unexpected radish.' Lan Zhan can build it, and I'll do the calligraphy."
(Or, the one where Wangxian have a baby, and the lost love of a lifetime finds its way back home.)
- Part 25 of Twelve Moons and a Fortnight Verse
06 Jul 2021
Jin Zixun blusters about the dangerous Wen cultivators who were kept at Qiongqi Dao, and how his cousin and uncle had ensured that they were placed there for the safety of all, but Lan Qiren ignores him.
“Lan, with me,” he says icily. Though he has not turned around, he can almost hear Xichen’s shoulders slump in relief at the thought of having someone else in charge for once.
“We are going after Wei Ying.”
On a dark night in the middle of summer, Wei Wuxian flees to the Burial Mounds.
Less than twelve hours later, Lan Qiren goes after him.
23 Jan 2021
"Who can I go to for the sake of righting the Jin sect’s wrongs, Senior Lan? There’s no one, and that’s why I fled to the Burial Mounds.”
“All the same,” Lan Qiren says, looking around at the dank cave and then at the child nodding towards sleep in Wei Wuxian’s lap, “you can hardly stay here, Wei Wuxian. I saw that your people were trying to farm on the slope behind the forest, but I doubt their efforts will bear fruit. What will you eat?”
“When people are hungry enough,” Wei Wuxian says distantly, “they will eat anything.”
After Wei Wuxian's flight from the camp at Qiongqi Dao, Lan Qiren visits the Burial Mounds and discovers that he has bigger problems than his nephew's broken heart.
Naturally, this changes things.