assassin family

  • Karma: We have some exciting news.
  • 
Rio: Okay.
  • 
Nagisa: As you know, Karma and I have been together a long time, and a lot of things I never thought possible now seem possible.
  • 
Rio: Okay.
  • 
Nagisa: After a careful evaluation of our relationship, we decided that the time was right to take a step forward.
  • 
Rio: Okay.
  • 
Nagisa: Do you want to say it? 

  • Karma: Let’s say it together.
  • 
Both: We’re getting a turtle! 

  • Rio: This is why I’ve been saying we should keep champagne on ice.

And I remember when I met him, it was so clear that he was the only one for me.

We both knew it, right away.

And as the years went on, things got more difficult, we were faced with more challenges.

I begged him to stay.

Try to remember what we had at the beginning.

He was charismatic, magnetic, electric and everybody knew it. When he walked in every woman’s head turned, everyone stood up to talk to him.

He was like this hybrid,

this mix of a man who couldn’t contain himself.

I always got the sense that he became torn
between being a good person and missing out on all of the opportunities that life could offer a man as magnificent as him.

And in that way I understood him and I loved him.

I loved him,
I loved him,
I loved him.

And I still love him.

I love him.

—  The love letter Jacqueline Kennedy wrote to John F Kennedy after his assassination on November 22, 1963

Nintendo’s really been going hard on colourful, family-friendly versions of genres that have traditionally been considered the province of the “hardcore” crowd: first role-based multiplayer online shooters with Splatoon, and now post-apoc wilderness survival games with Breath of the Wild.

I’m seriously wondering what genre they’ll tackle next if, indeed, this proves to be a trend.

Like, can you picture what Nintendo would do with a 4X space sim?

Or what they’d have to do to make tactical stealth assassination gameplay family-friendly?

(’cause you know they could totally do it - the question is how.)

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Here’s my attempt at making the sibling assassin original content :’))

Cervo (Deer) - They/Them; Trope Raise like a boy for their father wanted a male heir. Doesn’t really care about their gender but goes by they/them for less confusion.
Catherine (Cat) - She/Her; Would probably cut your tongue off if you misgender her siblings.
Crevan (Fox)- She/Her/They/Them; the precious pup looking up to her siblings. Uses They/Them on missions.

I’m tagging it ‘VDM’ for now

When in Civillian disguises they use their mother’s maiden name, Vincitore.

The Della Mortes are the professional Assassin side of the family.

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Sibling Assassins AU

  • Caulfield Siblings as professional assassins. (It’s a family thing.)
  • Maximus, master marksman, works best with guns.
  • Maxine prefers blades but carries a pistol for emergencies.
  • Max is also a good marksman, not as accurate as Maximus, but is a great shot. But she prefers no blood and kills with blunt blows, neck snaps, and poison.
  • Price siblings deal their weapons. Chloe handles all chemical related things, explosives and poisons.
  • Caulfield Siblings are hired to Protect the Chase Daughters. Cue Chasefields hue.
  • RIP Fifth Wheel Maxine.
  • Caulfields keep tallies on their bodies on how many kills they’ve had.