Summary: Waking up in a shed confused you in the first few minutes, especially when they dragged in Ivar to. Your first attempt on a escapes fails when you come in contact with the warrior Lord Bishop. Not knowing his plans Ivar takes it up himself to flirt his way out with a servant, something that got you over the top jealous.
Warnings: Blood - Violence
Words: 2504

Update Tag: @ivars-heathen-army @skeletoresinthebasement @samantha24015

When you waked there was that distinct smell of hay, horse shit and goats. The light shining down on you was so bright you needed to close your eyes as soon as you opened them a little. While your eyes got used to the light you tried to feel your own body. Except for the small headache you felt nothing else on your body. You opened your eyes and looked to the strains of hay covering the wooden floor. There was a goat looking at you, chewing his hay like it was the most normal thing you laid there. You wrists, the same for your feet, were tied up. You pushed up on your fists until you sat on your knees, groaning about how stiff you felt. That goat was still looking at you and you rolled your eyes, turning so you sat against the pole you were tied around. You started to look around, from that maniac looking goat to the ceiling of the shed and the window where the sun shined through. The first question that popped up in your head was what you were doing in a shed. If you focused your hearing to the surrounding you heard only the typical sounds of farmers life. So you were in a village, or a farm, not in some kingdom with a king that wanted to bargain you against your brothers for their safety. That brought a lot of question up and by the looks of it those would be answered really soon. The shed door went open and a girl stepped in, slim body, long dark hair, a little shy maybe. She carried a bowl of water and placed it on a safe distant, pushing it over. ‘How long have I been here?’ You asked, not knowing how long you were unconscious to begin with. She looked up to you, her eyes traveling to the door.
‘Little less than a day.’ She answered. A man stepped in, or rather a priest.
‘Keeping me tied up won’t save your lives you know.’ I said rather calm, not to her but to the priest standing in the doorway. He nodded with his head to the girl and she walked fast out, head down. You frowned your eyebrows before looking back to him.
‘God will show you the way soon enough.’ He made a gesture with his hands before he left again. As soon as that door felt shut you reached for the bowl, not planning on drinking the poisonous water you tried to pour it over the roped holding your wrist together. Maybe the water could make it a little more slippery to get your hands free. But you didn’t had that kind of luck so you started to pull the rope in frustration. The goat walked back, sipping from the water before walking off to the hay again. That animal annoyed you.

You startled awake from struggling sounds outside the shed. Shadows danced under the door only for you to guess what was going on. It didn’t took them long before the shed door flew open. The goat ran away to the corner while two firm man dragged a body in and not just any body. ‘Brother.’ You hustled up when they dropped him down on the floor. Ivar grunted, the anger consuming his always intensely blue eyes. They tied him up not far from you. Your eyes traveled over their clothes, the dagger the one the closed to you wore. Your eyes connected with your twin brother and it was like plans were laid out before you got even captured. He kicked his head against the one who was tying him up while you swept the legs from the other underneath his body with yours. You didn’t had much space but you managed to get him closer, grabbing for his knife with your both tied up hands before killing him with his own weapon. The other one managed to get loose from Ivar his grip and ran.
‘Hurry up sister.’ Ivar hissed while you cut through the ropes around your wrists and legs. You ran over to him, released him before he wrapped his arms around your neck. You lifted him on your back, walking over to the exit. ‘Good to see you are unharmed.’ Ivar noticed.
‘Why are you even here Ivar.’
‘Looking for you, what else.’
‘It got you captured.’
‘Maybe it was the plan all along.’ He whispered in your ear. You walked out, only to be surrounded by the same kind of firm man that captured you and Ivar.
‘You got a plan now?’ You asked between clenched teeth. There were a lot of priests among them.
‘This is holly ground you are standing up, unworthy people can’t leave this place.’ A man announced. You turned and looked to the man, clearly the head of this village.
‘Well, we aren’t exactly believers.’ You fired sarcastic back.
‘I’m the Lord Bishop.’ He introduced himself. A lord Bishop with a sword and an armor? ‘I fight Gods war.’ He followed the confusion in your eyes.
‘I think we need to overthink this sister.’
‘You’re kidding me.’ You hissed back.
‘Get them back in the shed.’ He commanded, looking at you like you were some kind of a pray.
‘What are we doing here?’ You asked, knowing Ivar wasn’t really the type to ask questions.
‘Doing God’s work.’ The bishop smiled before the pulled Ivar from your back and restraining you again. Great.

‘Did you tell our brothers where you were looking for me?’ You asked, looking to the goat who was studying your brother for a change. Stupid question to ask, he shook his head. ‘So you just took off?’
‘I was following your trail.’ He nodded, looking fierce back to the goat, like they held some kind of staring competition.
‘Did Aella suffer?’
‘Yes, Björn blood eagled him.’ When the both of you at each other a dark smile came across the both of your lips. It was good to know the king suffered a painful dead. It was a shame you weren’t there to witness it all. The shed door cracked open and you turned your head to look at that girl again, with the same bowl of water like before.
‘I need to attend your head wound.’ She said with a soft shy voice towards Ivar.
‘Touch him and you die.’ You fired right back. She hesitated on her spot, not wanting to come closer because of your warning.
‘Sister please, let her come closer.’ Ivar interrupted you, giving the girl the kind of gaze that would dismantle her. She shoved over to him, crouching down. Her eyes traveled over his legs and you felt something snap inside. ‘Y/n.’ Ivar warned you. You looked away from her to him, teeth clenched together because somebody else … in your eyes an enemy was touching your brother. Since what Margrethe did you couldn’t stand it if woman looked at his legs and wondered if he could perform like normal man did. The girl cleaned his small head wound and you looked how Ivar looked up at her with those piercing blue eyes. ‘Tell me, what is the meaning of this village?’ He asked her. His fingers touched hardly noticeable her ribs, the girl tensed and you tensed with her.
‘They practice the word of God here.’ She said on a soft voice.
‘And you’re a slave?’
‘A servant yes.’ She forced a smile on her lips you hardly could call a smile. Ivar his fingers touched those ribs again a soft lingering till the last one, you felt it almost yourself.
‘You don’t want to be here.’ He guessed. The girl pulled away, soaking her fabrics back in the bowl of water.
‘I was a prisoner once to. The Lord Bishop forced his apprentices to certain kind of things.’ Her eyes traveled over to you and you knew immediately what she was talking about, sexual things. Your eyes traveled back to Ivar.
‘I’m not gonna let anything happen to you.’ He said to you.
‘He has plans for the both of you.’
‘Why should I trust you.’ You hissed softly. The girl looked back to Ivar, her finger trailed over his wound, checking if it was all good. But before she could say something else a priest appeared again. The girl stood up, giving Ivar a secretly soft smile before she walked back out, head down. The priest followed her again and you looked back to your brother. ‘Are you flirting?’
‘Yes, I’m flirting our way out of here. You better give it an effort to.’ He reacted sarcastic.
‘For all we know she sides with the enemy.’ You pointed out, not that you could do much pointing with your hands tied together.
‘Look at her, she is soft. You are just jealous because I have an effect on her.’ The smile he gave you was one out of amusement. You didn’t answer, just looked away to the goat again. It was like that animal was spotting the both of you. You looked down to the ground, glad with the silence. Ivar moved his body, came as close to you as his restrains let him. ‘Y/n.’ You looked over to him, his eyes where comforting, calm and steadiness that tempered your inner rage a little.
‘I’m here for you. The thought of losing my sister who’s always so close by my side made it almost unbearable.’  He followed. You moved your body closer to his, your hands didn’t cooperate; the only thing that got close enough was your face.
‘Thanks for coming.’ You smiled softly.
‘You’re my life, offcourse I come.’ He contacted his forehead with yours and you smiled at the sight of his blue eyes so close by. ‘Now, can you trust me to get her around my finger enough so she would set us free?’ He asked. You pulled back and gave him a stern look, he chuckled while you got back to your pole.
‘Don’t fall in love.’
‘I already am sister.’ He reacted nonchalant. You jerked your head around and looked at him. ‘With you.’ He chuckled.
‘Funny.’ You said with a smile, looking back to the goat who laid down, chewing his hay while looking between the two of you. ‘You know what I’m gonna do first when I get free?’ You asked him.
 ‘Killing the goat? Yes, me to.’ He read your thoughts. You started chuckling, happy that you got locked up with him, nothing others mattered really.

The next day they pulled you and Ivar out of the shed into some kind of a market square. Only there weren’t any traders and it was surrounded with those men and priests again. They released you from your restrains and you immediately went to stand aside Ivar who sat up on the ground. The Lord Bishop came between the other priests with an axe and a sword; he laid it down before your feet. ‘Let’s see how much a Viking can endure.’ He smiled. You looked down to the weapons before your looked over to your brother.
‘Fun, let’s see how much blood I can spill from your man.’ He fired right back. Your eyes traveled to the girl again, standing between the other servants, generally concerned by the looks of it. Ivar grabbed the axe and you crouched down beside him, taking the sword. ‘They try to break us.’
‘They picked the wrong children of Ragnar if they think they will break us.’ You answered him. It was you and Ivar, twins above anything else. If it came to fighting there wasn’t anything stopping you. Two armored man came in front, skilled by the looks of it. You got up smiling to them, challenging him while Ivar turned his body to take down two others. You attacked as first, jumpy and swift like you always were they had a hard time following your movements. You stabbed one it the shoulder, grabbing for is sword before you pushed him in the back with your feet. The other one kicked his fist against your chin and you looked for a new perspective for a moment. You ducked underneath his arm, sliding your sword underneath it so he groaned in pain before you killed him my stabbing him from the back right in his heart. When you looked over your shoulder to your brother he was struggling with one while the other got back up, pulling out the axe out of his chest before he dropped dead. You ran over to the one you had left, the fact that he didn’t had any weapons made it a lot easier to kill him. Ivar got his assailer from his body, the man got of grabbing for Ivar his axe. You ran over, jumped on his back and harshly grabbing his hair. Ivar kicked him in the back of his knees so he got down on his knees. You grabbed the axe and looked over to the lord Bishop before you chopped his head clear off. You hold it up to him with that dark smile.
‘You mess with the wrong girl.’ You snapped to him. The Lord Bishop only smiled, nodding to one of his men.
‘Take the cripple, let her fight alone.’ He commanded.
‘Y/n.’ Ivar warned you. You turned around to him, before looking at the four soldiers replacing the others. Four against one, they beaten you until the blood slipped out of your mouth and you hardly found the courage to breath. You killed two of them, but the two remaining did quite the damage. They let your face for what it was, undamaged before they dropped your body down in the shed again, not even doing the trouble on tying you up. ‘Sister.’ You gasped for air, forcing your eyes open to look at him. Ivar always was concerned about you but you never saw him so terrified and concerned as he now was. You placed your hand before you, pulling your body with the last of your strength over to him. When you were in reach, he pulled you on your clothes over, you hissed through the pain of some broken ribs. He pushed you over on your back and you squeezed your eyes. He laid his hand on your forehead and you opened your eyes, looking up to him. ‘You’re safe.’ He whispered. You tried to nod, closing your eyes again. ‘I will kill them for this Y/n.’ He promised you.
‘I rather have them killing me than they would do it with you.’ You hardly found the courage to say that.
‘We always disagree on that.’ He murmured. You wanted to laugh but everything hurted. He chuckled, folding his hands around yours. And it was the only thing that truly brought you some comfort, having Ivar right beside you. Those man would squeal like little pigs when you got back in strength and got out of here. That revenged already tasted so sweet on your tongue.

Assassin: Chapter 5

A/N: Yeah for Assassin FINALLY being up. I think this is my most request fic to put like ever. Hopefully I didn’t disappoint. There’s not smut in this, but this chapter is the smut kind of chapter. I would like to thank @writing-obrien for helping me in my writers block and just being a great friend. Also, this gif is a little more dramatic then what actually happens.

Warning: Torture ( Mental and Physical), Mentions of Rape 

Word Count: 2504

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Unexpected [Part 2] || Mingyu x reader

✦Word Count: 2504

✦Genre: Angst

✦Blurb: Mingyu finds out you used to be engaged to someone else a while ago. [ Requested by anonymous ]

✦A/N: This is written in Mingyu’s point of view, I hope you guys enjoy it! I’ll try to get the next part up as soon as I can, but I’m not sure when that’ll be. Let me know if you like it so far and if you have any ideas you’d like to contribute! c:

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He couldn’t concentrate.

Steadying himself after he tripped over his own two feet yet again, he took a deep breath. Mingyu wasn’t usually this clumsy but today was a rare occasion. The other members hardly batted an eye after he made a mistake for the fifth time that practice, and he gave them a guilty look. “Sorry,” he mumbled, but his thoughts were preoccupied with something else.

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Dinlemeye doyamıyorum. Muhteşem bir kıraat.

Aklı başında hiçbir adam görmedik ki Bakara Suresi’nin son iki ayetini okumadan uyusun”
Bu söz Hz Ömer ile Hz Ali’ye (ra) aittir Bakara Suresi’nin son iki ayetinin ne kadar önemli olduğunu Kainatın İftihar Tablosu’ndan bizzat işitmişler ve bu iki ayeti hayatları boyunca uyumadan önce okumuşlar Hz Peygamber “Amenerrasulü” diye başlayan Bakara Suresi’nin son iki ayeti hakkında bakın neler buyuruyorlar: “Her kim geceleyin Bakara Suresi’nden bu iki ayeti okursa ona yeter” “Allah Teala, Bakara Suresi’ni iki ayetle sona erdirdi ki, bunları bana, Arş’ın altındaki bir hazineden verdi Bunları öğreniniz, kadınlarınıza, çocuklarınıza belletiniz, öğretiniz Çünkü bunlar salattır (namazdır), hem duadır, hem Kur’an’dır” Efendimiz’in (sas) bu kadar önemle vurguladığı Bakara Suresi’nin son iki ayetinin meali hakikaten çok muazzam hele de bu günlerde daha da bir anlam kazanıyor Şöyle ki; “Peygamber, Rabbi tarafından kendisine ne indirildi ise ona iman etti, müminler de Onlardan her biri Allah’a, meleklerine, kitaplarına ve resullerine iman etti “O’nun resullerinden hiçbirini diğerinden ayırt etmeyiz” dediler ve eklediler “İşittik ve itaat ettik ya Rabbena, affını dileriz, dönüşümüz Sana’dır Allah hiçbir kimseyi güç yetiremeyeceği bir şekilde yükümlü tutmaz Herkesin kazandığı iyilik kendi lehine, işlediği fenalık da kendi aleyhinedir Ya Rabbena! Eğer unuttuk veya kasıtsız olarak yanlış yaptıysak bundan dolayı bizi sorumlu tutma Ya Rabbena! Bizden öncekilere yüklediğin gibi ağır yük yükleme Ya Rabbena takat getiremeyeceğimiz şeylerle bizi yükümlü tutma Affet bizi, lütfen bağışla kusurlarımızı, merhamet buyur bize Sensin Mevlamız, yardımcımız Kafir topluluklara karşı Sen yardım eyle bize”
Şimdi teklifimizi yapalım: Efendimiz’in buyurduğu gibi bu iki ayeti bir hafta içinde bilmiyorsak önce kendimiz öğrenelim sonra eşlerimize, çocuklarımıza öğretelim ve bugünden itibaren her gece yatmadan önce mutlaka okuyalım.. Amenerrasulü’nin Fazileti Hakkında Hadisi Şerifler Ebu Zer (R.anh)’den rivayet edildiğine göre, Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu: “Allah’ü Teala Bakara suresini iki âyetle sona erdirdi ki, bunları bana Arş’ın altındaki bir hazineden verdi. Bunları öğreniniz, kadınlarınıza, oğullarınıza öğrettini, talim ediniz. Çünkü bu iki ayet: hem bir salât (namazda okunan Kuran) hem bir Kuran (ayetleri), hem de bir duadırlar.” (1) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu ki: “Dört şey Arş’ı Azâm altındaki hazinelerden indirildi: Fâtiha, Ayete’l-Kürsi, Âmenerrasûlü, Kevser Suresi.” (2) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu ki: “Bana Arşın altındaki hazineden Ben’den önce hiçbir peygambere verilmeyen Bakara Suresinin son âyetleri (Âmenerrasûlü) verildi.”(3) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu: “Her kim bir gece içerisinde Bakara suresinin iki âyeti (Amenerrrasûlü) okursa, artık o iki âyet ona (ibadet etmek ve belalardan korunmak bakımdan) kâfi gelirler.” (4) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu ki: “Kuran’da iki ayet vardır ki, müminler için şifadır ve Allah’ın sevdiği şeylerdendir. O iki ayet Bakara suresinin son iki ayeti (olan Amenerrasülü)‘dür.”(5) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu: “Şüphesiz Allah’u Teala, gökleri ve yeri yaratmadan 2000 yıl önce bir kitap yazdı ve o kitaptan iki ayet indirerek Bakara suresini bu iki ayetle bitirdi. Bu iki ayet, bir evde 3 gece okunursa, şeytan o eve yaklaşamaz.”(6) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu ki: “Her kim Ayetle’l-Kürsi’yi ve Bakara suresinin sonunu sıkıntılı (kederli) anında okursa, Allah’u Teala ona yardım eder.”(7) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu ki: “Her kim Bakara suresinin başından dört ayet, Ayete’l-Kürsi ve ondan sonraki iki ayet, surenin sonundan da 3 ayet olmak üzere, bir gece içinde bakara suresinden 10 ayet okursa, o gece o eve şeytan giremez.”(8) Başka bir rivayette ise şöyledir: “Her kim bu ayetleri okursa; ona ve aile efradına o gün şeytan yaklaşmaz; çoluk çocuğunda ve malında istemediği şeyle karşılaşmaz ve bu ayeti kerimeler aklı başından gitmiş bir kişiye okurnursa, Allah’u Teala izni ile mutlaka akıllanır.” (9) Resulullah (Sallallahü Aleyhi ve Sellem) şöyle buyurdu ki: “Kim uyuyacağı sırada Bakara Suresinden on ayet okursa, Kuran-ı (Kerim’den ezberlediklerini) unutmaz. (Bu ayetler şunlardır:)Bakara suresinin başında dört ayet, Ayete’l-Kürsi ve ondan sonraki iki ayet, surenin sorundanda üç ayet.” (10)     (1)Dârimi, Fedailül-Kuran, 14; Ahmed bin Hanbel, Müsned, 4/147, 151, 5/180; Hakim, elMüstedrek, 1/562; Suyuti Cami’ussağir, 2/209,no.1731 (2)Suyuti, Cami’ussağir, 927; ali el-Müttaki, Kenzül-Ummal, 2504 (3)Ahmed bin Hanbel, Müsned, 5/151; suyuti, Cami’ussağir, 1/586, no.1172 (4)Buhari, Fedailül-Kuran, 10, 27, 34; Megazi, 12;Müslim, Müsafirin 255,256;Ebu Davud, Ramazan, 9; Tirmizi, Sevabü’l-Kuran,4 (5)Suyuti, Cami’ussağir, 1/64, no.27; deylemi, Müsnedül-Firdevs (6)Tirmizi, Fedailül-Kuran, 4; Darimi, Fedailül-Kuran, 14, no.3390;Hakim, Müstedrek, 1/562, 2/260; Beyhaki, Şu’abül-İman, 2/460 (7)Suyuti, Dürru’l-Mensür, 2/11 (8)Heysemi, Mecme’uzzevaid, 10/121;Darimi, Fezail’l-Kuran, 14, no.3385 (9)Beyhaki, Şu’abül-İman, 2/464; Darimi, Fewzailü’l-Kuran, 14, no.3386 (10)Darimi, Fezailü’l-Kuran, 14, no.3389