|Alphabet for ~VimpireNikki's boy. This is the piece I am currently proudest of. |
Night of the StormPairings: Rufus and Reeve, Cloud and RenoNight of the Storm by *Phoneix-Faerie
Growing up on the plate had its advantages. Even if your father ignored you aside from when he wanted to parade you around as a status symbol, there were certain things that you could rely on, one of the most key being air conditioning. Rufus longed for it as he shivered, standing on the damp, muddy and dirty ground and watching the others.
Reno and Cloud were both clambering over the remains of the helicopter, calling to each other in something that Rufus was pretty sure was a foreign language. The key point, however, seemed to be that the craft was broken. Possibly fixable but it w
HeroesWhen Angeal had been a child, he'd dreamed a lot about heroes. He listened to the stories his mother told, as he sat on her lap, his head resting on her shoulder and young Genesis sat on the sofa beside them, and he told himself that was what he was going to do. He was going to be a hero, somehow, and he was going to save everyone.Heroes by *Phoneix-Faerie
Angeal grew up knowing hardship. There was no way that could be denied - too many nights where he went to bed hungry, too many mornings when he woke up cold. But there was more to his life than that. He knew friendship, and kindness, and the safety of having somewhere to go home to where he knew he would be s
Avengers - Tony doesn't do teambuildingAN: Prompt from a friend that I definitely took in a direction it wasn't intended.Avengers - Tony doesn't do teambuilding by *Phoneix-Faerie
Summary: Steve has decided that the group need to do some team building exercises. Tony is not in the least bit happy about this.
"This is stupid and I am not doing it." Tony said simply, his arms crossed as he stared across the gym, at the equipment that Steve had spent all morning setting out. "I refuse."
"You don't have a choice Stark." And that was Hawkeye's drawl, and of course he was alright with this, because like Agent Romanoff, this was /normal/ for them.
"We all need to do it." Steve insisted, and he rested a hand on Tony's arm. "It's good fo
Death SceneThe sense of timelessness was unlike anything Aureus had ever known before. The endless grey which seemed to surround him suffocated his senses, rendering him deaf, blind, mute, and the chill of death settled over him like a mantle, replacing that cloak of arrogance which he had drawn around him his whole life.
It was a hard truth to face, that he might not be invincible. He had always known that he could be hurt, that had been an incentive only to train harder, to get faster, to hurt them before they hurt you. It had never been the pain which bothered him, but the shame, the associated weakness. It was for that reason that he craved the sub