**the creatures

Phoebe Tonkin photographed by Alexandra Nataf for Matteau Swim SS17


Even after five-hundred odd years, he exudes an aura of danger when he isn’t careful. With his soft lips dragging over your skin and his hands gentle on your bare skin, it isn’t easy to forget that this man has killed more people than you ever wanted to count.
Yet you sometimes wish he would give into at least some of the passion, let go of his tight control, built over hundreds of years, so you could see him sweat and groan and struggle to go as fast as you both need until he roars out his release. He learned so much else during those years - how to have you writhing and screaming in seconds, how to make your back arch in a perfect bow with a small movement of his fingers or tongue, but he also learned how to restrain himself, not give into the temptation of pushing you past your limit, of making you scream in pain instead of pleasure.
As you enter his study without a single piece of fabric to cover you, he glances over with the hidden darkness sparking in his eyes and in the corner of his smirk. He lets you climb into his lap, hands careful, though you can see some small part of him giving into the temptation beneath his mask.

- Admin J

beezarre  asked:

Hi Pear! Bee here! Ever since our conversation on sunday I've had one question going round and round in my head, and I just had to share: *how* do centaurs sleep? The way their spine is constructed makes picturing it rather difficult, but I want my new precious baby to be comfortable when she sleeps without having to use my MC as a pillow.(not that that wouldn't be cute as hell) (the idea of foetal position for a centaur leads to how the hell are they born? so nothing there either^^) Halp? *-*

Okay, Bee, but picture this:

Giraffes sleep using themselves as their own pillows (or standing up). Picture your centaur with a nice saddle-bag-esque rice bag or pillow across their hind quarters to use as a pillow for their upper body. Picture also using that rice bag pillow as a heat pack for achy muscles that must naturally occur from a centaur’s body composition.

Llamas (top) and alpacas (bottom) sleep laying down with their necks stretched out. Picture your centaur doing the same, laying flat out on their human stomach like laying on a desk.

Maybe there’s a special hammock or sling they suspend from trees to lean their human body into to sleep, while letting the horse half stay upright. Maybe they find a good rock or hummock to lay draped over, or maybe they just mostly end up sleeping with their horse legs folded under them or on their side so the human part can lay down. While horses can lock their hips and legs in a way that allows them to stand while relaxing enough to sleep, humans have no similar trait, so it’s less finding a way for the horse bits to relax as finding a way to get the human into a position where they can rest against something. That’s mostly the consensus across the boards I looked at, too. Good luck! -Pear


Since I’m too lazy to get out from my bed, why not draw ‘em on sketchbook? XD
Oh, by the way I name this 海の友AU aka Umi no Tomo which means “Sea Friend”

The Bothrium Beast was a non-sentient creature found in the Rooted Depths of the planet Oricon. During the Dread War in 3639 BBY this creature was responsible for spreading corruption across Oricon in the form of Tendrils. A spacer recovered several devices from Dread Guard members in the vicinity of the Rooted Depths and used them to locate the Bothrium Beast’s lair. They then confronted and killed the creature.

anonymous asked:

Has anyone recommended The Wrong Strain by Colubrina. It's Veela!Hermione. I like it very much.

Thanks for the rec!

The Wrong Strain by Colubrina - T, WIP-
Everyone knew what veela were. Veela were magical creatures, breathtakingly beautiful, who captivated men with a single look. It would have been nice to have been that strain. Instead, Hermione Granger was infected by another. Instead of captivating all men, she was captivated by one. She’d die without him. She was already in almost constant pain. DRAMIONE.