Bilbo moves to Erebor from Belegost with his daughter Dahlia looking for a fresh start. Shunned by his people and living as a lone hobbit among dwarrow, he faces hardship after hardship as he struggles to provide for his daughter. Broken and weary, he’s devoted himself to bringing what happiness he can to his daughter at the expense of any possibility of his own. A chance encounter with a dark haired stranger changes everything and knocks what little peace he has found off balance. The dwarf seems determined to be involved in Bilbo’s life and he finds himself unable to keep pushing him away. Suddenly his own happiness doesn’t seem so far out of reach.
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25 Nov 2020
As a result of a magical mishap during the trip to the lonely mountain, Bilbo is reverted to a wee little hobbitling. Only in body, of course. His adult mind is still very aware of the indignity of it all (seriously! He doesn't need to be coddled, carried, and fed like a child). It turns out, dwarves love children and there is nothing cuter than Hobbit children. Bilbo soon realizes that he can get away with just about anything in his babyish form and starts taking full advantage of it. Even the grumpy brooding king can't deny the angelic little creature anything he desires (and Bilbo's going to milk that for all it's worth).
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18 Oct 2020
Fandoms: Avatar: The Last Airbender
02 Dec 2020
Based Upon This Tumblr Post!
After things go to shit at the Fire Sage Temple, the Gaang opts to take Zuko with them when he's left for dead. (Starts Book 1, Ep. 8).
*Fair warning: much general fuckery ahead!*
10 Jan 2021
While interning at a small time hero agency, Katsuki comes across a quirk that allows him to take a brief step into his future. Eagerly, he awaits to see what lies ahead for him. But, it's not quite what he imagined it would be.
Deku is my roommate? Well, it's not exactly ideal, but it's not the worst that could happen I guess.
Okay, his future is nothing like he had ever imagined it would be, not even in his wildest dreams.
"What the hell is going on?!” He questions aloud to himself, arms flailing around and absolutely hysterical. His heart has skyrocketed; his mind is so completely blown that his brain matter may as well be scattered around the house.
Katsuki swears to himself that until he takes his final dying breath, he's going to deny everything he's bore witness to that night. Though as time passes, denial proves to be more difficult as the nagging in his subconscious continues to grow.
How the hell is he going to survive this?
After a failed attempt of trying to carve out a new home in the Blue Mountains for his people, Thorin finds himself beseeching the Hobbit Thain and his council for a place for his people in their bountiful land. An agreement is struck and plans in the works for integrating his people into their land. The only condition being an arranged marriage between himself and one of their family heads. A small price to pay to see his people safe and well fed. Unfortunately, he’s to marry the most disagreeable hobbit in all the Shire who also seems to hold a personal grudge against him. If only he could figure out why his new betrothed hates him so much.