Characters: Dean Winchester x Sister!Reader, Sam Winchester x Sister!Reader
Length: 1564+ words
A/N: This is for @winchesters-favorite-girl‘s 31 Days of Halloween Challenge! Thank you for letting me join your challenge, and I hope you enjoy this one! I had more ideas for this fic, but I didn’t have time to write it 😔
A/N 2: I would like to thank @dreamin-of-somewhere-else for being my Beta!! Gosh, she’s so awesome! This fic couldn’t have been written without her (seriously). She was such a great help in making this fic decent! Thanks for putting up with me, love! I really appreciate all your help!
The two remaining Winchesters stayed silent as they drove back to the motel, their brother laying down in the backseat. They packed their stuff, planning to go to Bobby’s place. Y/N went to the bathroom before making the long trip, but once she came out, Dean was holding her duffel bag out to her.
“Leave,” he instructed. His voice cold and emotionless, and unlike anything she’s ever heard. No matter what, Dean always spoke to her in a gentle tone, even when training her. He’s never even raised his voice at her unless he was worried about her well-being. This wasn’t the older brother she knew, and honestly, she was scared. Her heart was beating twice as fast, and her palms were getting sweaty.
Her eyes widened, mouth agape. “D-Dee?”
“You need to leave.” Dean harshly glared at his younger sister, jaw clenched tightly.
“B-But why?” she whimpered, taking a step towards her older brother.
“Because I said so!”
“This isn’t you, Dean-”
“This was your fault. You messed up. You didn’t do enough research, and got Sam killed. You’re not cut out to be a hunter, and I can’t have you staying with us, and endangering our lives.”
“But, Dean-” His words cut deep. He knew how self-conscious she was about her abilities. She willingly sat out on hunts if she had the slightest inkling that she may not be able to perform her best. After all, when it comes to hunting, mistakes could be deadly.
“Leave!” he roared. He grabbed her elbow, pushing her out the door, and throwing her duffel bag at her feet. He slammed the door as she scrambled to get back on her feet.
“DEAN!” Y/N pounded at the door, shouting for him to let her in, tears streaming down her face. Finally, Dean came out. He didn’t even spare her a glance as he walked to the Impala. He ignored her pleas, following him to the car. She tried grabbing his arm, but he shook her off, finally pushing her to the ground as he went into his car. Y/N watched as he turned on the engine, and drove off.
The eldest Winchester clenched his jaw so tightly it was starting to ache. He didn’t dare look at his rear-view mirror, afraid his resolution would waver at the sight of his youngest sibling. This is what he had to do. He tried ignoring the tear that escaped his eye as he drove to the closest cross-road.
I haven’t made a post
here for a long time but this is the most fandom thing I’ve done in a while and
wanted to share. I attended the DW Panel and we had Peter Capaldi, Alex
Kingston and Jenna Coleman in Ottawa which was great because we never get
anyone and certainly not a current Doctor. They were all wonderful and I really
enjoyed the event. Here are some of the highlights (I say highlights but this is
basically the whole thing)
Q: Peter Capaldi (PC) what do you look for in a partner? PC: longevity
Q: Fave monsters? PC: Likes the Daleks but his long time fave are the Zarbi from the episode “The Web Planet” Alex Kingston (AK): When she was young, she liked the Cybermen but now its the Silence (she never actually said the name, she acted like she couldn’t remember it and Jenna ended up being the one to say it) Jenna Coleman (JC): She also likes the Silence. She finds the scariest monsters are the ones which never have to run but move slowly
Q: Fave Dalek scene? JC: When she was a Dalek (“Asylum of the Daleks”) CP: When they were shrunk and put into a Dalek (someone from the crowd shouted rusty, “Into the Dalek”) AK: When she killed a Dalek (”The Big Bang”)
Q: Fave emotional scene without giving away any spoilers? JC:
The diner scene. It was shot over two days as they shot some of it in
the diner and the rest in the studio. She didn’t think the parts shot in the
studio were meant to be emotional, when she enters her Tardis. But Peter was
there when he didn’t have to, in his own clothes, and seeing him
there made her emotional
Saying good bye to David, getting the ‘piss off’ (her words) from Matt, and for Peter it was hard for both of them to hold back
their emotions but still be able to show it to the audience, of knowing what
was in store for each other without the other knowing.
Q: Jenna asked what it felt like dying JC:
She read in the script a raven was meant to fly at her, but she didn’t
know what to expect on set and whether they would actually get a raven which
would be made to fly at her. So when that didn’t actually happen she was so
relieved she kept forgetting to actually die.
Q: Choose a show or movie for Doctor Who to do a crossover PC: Game of thrones, because the Doctor can definitely take down the white walkers AK: Lord of the Rings, and the Doctor to face the Orcs JC: The Thick of it (so Pc vs PC lol)
Q: If they could choose a name for the Doctor what would it be JC: Bob PC: Doesn’t believe the Doctor’s name can be understood by humans, so it isn’t a word
AK: When she was shooting the scene where River Song whispers the Doctor’s
name, the first take she whispered the name Shaniqua (lol) and caused an NG. She kept
changing the name every time they shot the scene but wouldn’t say the other
Q: Fave line? PC: I’m the Doctor AK: Hello sweetie JC: Chin boy, show me the stars and Run you clever boy (They got into a
discussion led by PC, that Steven Moffat likes to notice peoples different
quirks and bring it into the script. So it’s not a trait of the Doctor but the
actor e.g. like how he runs funny.
Q: PC why does Doctor who appeal to young people today especially with an episode like “Thin Ice”? PC: (I loved how he answered this question and I’m not going to do it
justice but here goes) There
are a lot of things going on in the world right now which are bad, terrible and
crazy. And it’s up to writers to put across a message about the times we live
in. The Doctor sees things from a different perspective from all of time and
space, to see what’s truly good and what’s truly bad. It’s in the Doctor’s
character and we all have to keep saying it
Q: Do they have any input into how their character is written? JC: The script is fluid during filming and Moffat can put a joke she said before hand into the script AK:
Likes how Moffat writes characters to be unique, so they have their own
speech pattern. You can see a line without naming a character, but you
can still picture exactly who would say it PC: Even though he doesn’t change the lines they can interpret and deliver the lines differently from how they are written in the script
Q: Fave episode? JC: Vincent and the Doctor, likes she get to meet such influential people from the past AK:
Also really loved Vincent and the
Doctor, and that the Doctor was able to take him into the future and show him
how people admired his genius and talent (honestly one of my fave
scenes also) PC:
Frontier in Space (To him only six people
cheered after he said this so jokingly wondered if we are all really Doctor Who
fans in the audience)
Just some things I took note of
JC knew for a year she was leaving the show. They had already
decided that Clara could not return to Earth, so she was happy with the ending
AK told us David Tennant loves playing cards. And him and Catherine Tate played a game between takes which she joined, to name a band from the last letter of the previous band named. They all got so into it they were more into the game than the actual scenes
Alex was asked if she would do a show with John Barrowman as River Song and Captain Jack Harkness. She walked over to Peter and covered his ears by placing his head against her stomach and covering the other with her hand, and whispered yes into the microphone.
They are all for the next Doctor being a girl, PC added a woman as well. If they could choose an actress to be the Doctor AK choose Frances de la Tour, PC choose Melissa McCarthy, and JC declined to answer sort of hinting she could be in the running (the host added because the Doctor can choose a face he has known i.e. like PC)
AK says she can’t have a fave Doctor because it’s the same
person but he is like a snake which sheds its skin (loved the metaphor), but River Song enjoys that the
different Doctors come in different shapes and sizes ;)
PC told us his punk rock band was called Dream Boys (was very embarrassed by this admission) and his stage outfit was a white shirt and a bow tie. So he has always loved bow ties
The fave character AK has played is Lady Macbeth. She never grew up believing she would be on tv as Britain doesn’t have Hollywood like America. So hoped to make it in theater
PC was asked what it was like being a side character on DW
before becoming the Doctor. He gave a funny excerpt of how he sneaked into the
Tardis and played with the console because he thought it would be his one and
only chance in the cheapest toga ever made (thankfully it wasn’t)
*its 1:30am in the morning* Seokjin: do you know what vitamin C is in Spanish? Yoongi: *in a pained voice* don’t Seokjin: Vitamin yes *laughing uncontrollably and wheezing* Yoongi: *littelary flips Seokjins bed over* no it’s vitamin I’m done with yo shit!!
In which Kraglin gets punched, Taserface plots, and Peter Quill is a problem child.
‘Things fall apart’ is far too dramatic. The unravelling of Yondu’s faction is a slow and cumulative process, comparable to the weathering of coastal cliffs by the rhythmic drag of the waves. Nothing occurs in an instant. Not up here in the aether, surrounded by the timeless, ageless, infinite black. Not even the blast of a supernova can be said to be 'over quickly’. The bright burst evolves across decades, travelling further and further away in a vast ripple of light.
But while there’s no such thing as a spontaneous mutiny, there are always… catalysts. Things, people, events, which spur on the inevitable. Hell, one of them lives in their midst – not that Yondu listens when Kraglin tells him so.
There’s a disconnect growing between Quill and the Ravagers. It widens every day. Family ain’t a word bandied around by Ravagers (or at least never not in mocking tones). Quill only uses it once, gesturing to himself, Yondu, and Kraglin, with a smile so nervous it borders a grimace. He’s laughed out the room.
Yondu laughs hardest and longest of all. But by the time the others have wandered off to fuck whores and chug spirits and start punch-ups, and amuse themselves among the myriad of other crude delights offered by this pitstop, when it’s just him and Kraglin seated in the corner of a dingy, poorly-lit bar, that big guffaw shrinks into a fond chuckle, then a smile. That’s private and small, and (to Kraglin’s concern) utterly delighted.