Ch 34/? - The Golden Age That Never Was (RotG/Blackice)

Title: The Golden Age That Never Was (34/?)

Rating: Explicit
Pairing: Jack Frost/Kozmotis ‘Pitch’ Pitchiner
Characters: Jack Frost, Kozmotis Pitchiner/Pitch Black, E. Aster Bunnymund, Sanderson Mansnoozie, Toothiana, Nicholas St. North, Jamie Bennett, Seraphina Pitchiner, The Man in the Moon, Tsar Lunanoff, Tsarina Lunanoff, Cupcake.
   
Warnings/Tags: Hurt/comfort, Whump, Angst, Book & Movie Combination, Friendship, Minor Character Death, Slow burn, Abuse of Power/Authority, Dysfunctional Relationships, Power Play, Corporal Punishment, Adventure, Space Opera (kiiiind of), Golden Age, D/s, Initiation, Kink, Injury, Grief, AU, apologies to canon enthusiasts and people who love authentic representations of space. (Please see AO3 for more tags).                  

Summary: Soldier in training Jack Overland is approaching the day of his initiation, finally he’ll learn how to fight back against the living darkness and serve the Tsar and Tsarina Lunanoff. More importantly, maybe it will get him closer to Royal Admiral Kozmotis Pitchiner, Jack’s hero, champion of the people. If only anything ever worked out the way it should.

The Golden Age that Never Was - Chapter 34 - The Tsar of Many Things

In which Jack and the Tsar have a conversation, and the author of this story runs away to avoid the projectiles that they know will be thrown in their direction as a result of this chapter. O.O

[RotG] Songs and Hearts

So years ago, we thought up a sequel to ‘Names and Song’, where Jack and Bunny have soul marks/heart songs. It’d be two stories, one Bunny, one Jack.
And then we decided that it was too effing long, so we’d just write a summary.
-The “summary” is 10 pages long, 3,250 words. Angst, fluffy, happyish ending.
Originally meant to be finished for @jackrabbitweek​, running a bit late for @faveshipweek’s prompt of ‘Soulmates’, but we got it done.


The story begins with Jack complaining to Tooth that everywhere he goes lately, Bunnymund appears to be stalking him. Which is weird, Jack doesn’t dislike Bunnymund, but suddenly finding the oversized rabbit every time he turns around is strange, because he’d thought that Bunnymund didn’t like him, much less his company.

On top of the Winter Court attempting to court him into their ranks, it’s making him really really paranoid.

Which is when he realises that whoops, Bunnymund’s right there and can hear him.

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Person: They’re a fictional character, it’s not like you can ever date them anyway 

Me:

Originally posted by overthinking-nothing