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Loki-x-Reader: HypnotizerLoki-x-Reader: Hypnotizer by Tarnisis
It was late and the nightclub you had entered was jam-packed. Everywhere you looked there were people dancing to the explosive beat that pulsed from the large speakers, and drunken souls making fools of themselves. Normally, you weren't comfortable in places such as this, but tonight you had made an exception. Because tonight you had every reason to party.
From your place at the bar you could see everything that the club had to offer. From its flashing lights, to its excellent sound-system and wide variety of beverages, it was pure heaven. Well, to any hardcore clubber at least.
You sighed gently as you took another sip from your glass of water, and moved to ask the bartender for another when someone exhaled loudly right next to you. You already knew who it was before you turned to look, but it was a sad fact that you couldn't blow off your companion forever. No matter how tempting the idea might be.
Darcy Lewis stood in all
Until the End- Friendship Contest EntryUntil the End- Friendship Contest Entry by Tarnisis
Until the End
It was Tuesday, and the sky was covered in midnight black clouds. These misty banks perfectly mirrored the overall disposition of the Underground and the Goblin City.
The entire kingdom was in mourning- and so as was custom- the world was in a solitary state where no one ventured outside their door for a full week. This weekly hermitage was dedicated to the memory of the Queen who had passed on, and those she had left behind; as was tradition.
So far no one had broken this practice; save for one lone figure that currently traversed the empty streets and made her way to the large castle that loomed in the center of the city.
Her human clothing gave her away as a visitor to the magical realm, but her steps were confident. The obvious sign of someone who had walked the path many times before; someone who knew their way around.
The young woman continued onward even after she had passed into the bowels o
Redemption: Chapter FiveRedemption: Chapter Five by Tarnisis
Captain Hook: Redemption
Wendy watched silently as her old enemy straightened and backed away from her, so that he was now standing several feet away. From this position, the young woman was given a chance to truly observe him in all his glory. Before, when he had first entered the parlor, her eyes had been blinded by the initial shock of the bizarre situation. But now since she had returned to her senses, her eyes withheld no detail.
The Captain was admittedly breathtaking in his midnight blue dress coat and comfortable black and grey breeches. He was exactly how Wendy remembered him, from the golden earring in his left ear, to his beautiful raven mass of hair and intense blue forget-me-not eyes. Even the smirk that currently covered his lips was the same. And despite Wendy's past with the villainous pirate, the wary storyteller couldn't help but be momentarily entranced by his attractive appearance and majestic stature.
James stood still as he felt Wendy's eyes ap
Loki x Reader x Thor Not Over YetLoki x Reader x Thor Not Over Yet by Emma-Snow
Loki x Reader x Thor Not Over Yet
“She belongs to me!”
“She belongs to no one. ...Except for me.”
“You’re being impossible!”
“You started it! Why won’t you just let me love her instead of you?!”
“Because you don’t deserve someone as perfect as her!”
“Oh, and you do??”
The fighting continued on and on like this since (Name) had left to apparently go have breakfast with an Egg’s Benedict that had somehow called her phone a couple weeks earlier. Since the idea was incredibly ridiculous (to (Name), at least), so she had laughed it off, never answering their questions about all the dates she was going on. She’d gone out for this breakfast over seven times that month!
And Loki wasn’t entirely sure, but he suspected she was meeting with someone. Of course, the only thing she talked about when she came home was “Benedict this&
Wake Me Up, Please.....Chapter One: Something smells fishyWake Me Up, Please..... by koolkat2334
I do not own characters or settings and Lyn is an OC belonging to :iconTarnisis:
The woman was sleeping peacefully in bed as the younger girl slipped into the bedroom.
Sunlight streamed in through the red curtains and made the white carpet of the room a light rust color. The younger girl had light reddish blonde hair and dark blue eyes, and moved with the simple grace of her six years. Her skin was pale-more pale today than others-and she wore a simple nightgown and coat, the nightgown not being much more than a thin dress.
The woman, on the other hand, was a different kettle of fish. She had short black hair with tight curls from many style changes, while the young girl's hair had stayed long and straight. Her eyes, though nobody would know now, unless they knew her, where a dark chocolate brown. Her skin a light brown.
She woke with a start as the girl bounced o