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    Pacify:
    1. To allay the anger or agitation of
    2. To reduce to a submissive state

    He would do his duty. He would save Draco, if he could. He would protect the students, if and when the school fell to the Deatheaters. And Potter. As far as he was concerned, Potter could have whatever he wanted, now. What was the point of trying to tell him no if he was going to be sacrificed on the pyre of the greater good? If Potter wanted to learn, Severus would be his teacher. If he wanted a master, then Severus would make him submit. And if he wanted a lover... well. Severus would love him. And that was it. Anything else was a waste of time. And there was so little of that.

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    A complete reimagining of books six and seven, running parallel to canon. And then a SHARP DIVERSION FROM CANON.

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    Why read it, you ask? It's OVER 400k words?? Here, allow one of my readers to answer that question.
    https://pacifistessays.blogspot.com/2020/06/why-you-should-read-pacify.html

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    Written for this prompt on the GKM. Blaine breaks up with Kurt because Kurt has a pussy. Kurt is ashamed over his anatomy, and finally settles for never finding someone who’ll love him completely. Cue Sebastian.

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    In the course of her adventures, Bilbo finds herself pregnant. Without an offer of marriage from Thorin, she returns to the Shire to raise the child with the help of her family.

    The King Under the Mountain is heartbroken that Bilbo chooses to leave Erebor, but he cannot blame her. Not after he tried to kill her. There was a time when she would have proposed marriage, but that time is clearly past. If all he can have of her are her letters, then he will be grateful for the missives.

    Getting these two to talk just might take divine intervention. Or the intervention of a particularly interested child.

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