- The Terror (TV 2018) (6)
- A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin (4)
- Game of Thrones (TV) (4)
- Blue Beetle (Comics) (1)
- DuckTales (Cartoon 2017) (1)
“Just don’t get hit by rocks this time, okay?”
“Gee, I never would’ve thought of that.”
“I know,” Gosalyn says solemnly. “That’s why you keep getting anvils and junk dropped on you. We really need to get you a helmet.”
Gosalyn tries to teach Drake how to play Legend of Legends Quest.
Fandoms: The Terror (TV 2018)
23 Dec 2019
The punchline is the thing that happens right before they fall in love.
Jamie Fitzjames introduces herself with an outstretched hand and a dazzling smile. Frances can feel another bright young thing sliding into place above her on the faculty totem pole.
So maybe Frances despises her a little after just one meeting. Some might call that unjust. Judgmental. Somewhat hypocritical. Frances just calls it what it actually is—gut instinct. One that, she would like to make absolutely clear, was absolutely right.
James Fitzjames is going to leave the Arctic—both finally and alive.
They are all going to leave, as whole and healthy as can be managed; it is a triumph of Empire, God, and impossible luck. Sir John will be a hero, Francis a knight, and James a captain on whatever frozen expedition he wants most. This has been his purpose since the day they first set sail, since the day he first woke up from death, and every single day after.
He cannot help but wonder if maybe it is not a perfect ending after all.
- Part 2 of Memories of those Worser Hours
Francis Crozier wakes up as one of the otherworldly beings he never though were real. Worse yet—he's given responsibility.
A series of loosely connected vignettes in a world where monsters are men. Also known as all of my prompt fills for Halloween Terrorfest 2019.
It isn’t that Francis hates tourneys or feasts or even weddings; it’s that he hates the snide glances and pointed whispers and endless plotting of Westerosi society—and all the lords and ladies who think it’s the only important thing in the world.
Ser James of the Riverlands is, it seems, no different from the rest.