There are five years between the first attempts on Sorin Heterodyne’s life and the year Agatha Heterodyne is discovered. Sorin’s Honor Guard is obviously there for all of them.
This is going to be a series of vignettes from the point of view of each of the members of Sorin’s Honor Guard, spanning the five years between Shock Hazard and the start of canon. They are going to be in no particular order, and as there are sixteen jaegers on the Guard there are going to be sixteen “chapters” to this. Some of them are probably going to be pretty short, and some (like this first chapter) are going to be… reasonably sized for a short oneshot. I’ll update as inspiration strikes! :) This chapter takes place about three years before canon begins.
This is part of my fanfanfic series based on asukaskerian‘s jaeger x townie otp series, in which her OC Sorin Petrescu is in fact descended from the Heterodyne line. Thank you so much to Asuka for letting me play in her sandbox and betaing for me!
Also, I’m putting this as gen AND M/M because there’s the usual UST, but for the most part Veli and Sorin’s relationship doesn’t factor into the relationship between Sorin and these POV characters. Fair warning!
Ladies and gentlemen, Prove’s very own has officially released her very first EP, Until There’s Love. The EP is available on iTunes for $6.99 and for streaming on Spotify. Beneath the cut you will find the EP’s contents including track-by-track explanations, thank you’s, credits, and more. Congratulations, Freya !
If you love anime and/or the Castlevania video games this one might be of interest to you. Comicbook.com has reported Adi Shankar is currently working on bringing us “hard-hitting anime” based of the property. He claims this will “flip the vampire sub-genre on its head”.
Shankar also revealed the the miniseries’ plot will be based specifically on Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse. The…
Human beings are more or less formulas. Pun intended. We are not any one thing that is mathematically provable. We are more or less than we are anything. We are more or less kind, or more or less not. More or less selfish, happy, wise, lonely.
Cyberpunk has often used East Asian imagery as exotic window dressing, but Shadowrun: Hong Kong tries to incorporate future-fantasy versions of feng shui (including a slightly tongue-in-cheek mission about sabotaging a geomancy consultancy by disrupting its qi) and Triad gangs as integrally as it does elves and European anarchists. And the game frequently pulls it off — partly through its general cosmopolitanism, and partly because it’s usually too interested in the minutiae of characters’ lives to reduce them to stereotypes.