covered in cinders

i feel like iko would like,,,, be really good at photography? like she would really enjoy doing it? idk its just a random headcanon but imagine iko with a camera. she would be really good at like taking candid shots of her friends. cinder laughing at one of her jokes. scarlet giving a soft look at wolf when she thinks no one’s looking. of course she would do photoshoots of her friends for free, professional ones with backdrops and wardrobe changes, but like. iko notices her friends, its one of her traits and its one that makes her the most human, you know? and so i feel like she would get into photography bc she would be able to express those little things she notices about her friends. the way cinder’s nose crinkles when she laughs, the way the tips of cress’ ears turn red when she’s embarrassed.

and of course she’d take hella selfies tbh

Raising her fist, she thunked the android hard on the side of its head, barely catching it before it toppled over onto the table. The prince jumped.


Cinder set the android back on its treads and jabbed the power button but nothing happened. “You’d be surprised at how often that works.”


The prince let out a single, awkward chuckle. “Are you sure you’re Linh Cinder? The mechanic?”

#Cinder

and-his-name-is-rouge-crimson  asked:

*Is completely shocked by the scar covering half your face* Cinder ... what in the work happened...?

With a quiet sigh, Cinder looked away. Although it had been a couple of months since her wounds had healed, she was still quite self-conscious about the scars that covered nearly half of her body. She shook her head, straining a bit to reply in a hoarse voice, “I’d… prefer not to talk about it.” 

Once Upon A time

Pairing: Fem!Phan (Cinderella!Dan/Princess!Phil)

Summary: Dan spends a magical night falling in love with Phil, who neglects to mention she is actually Princess Fiona. You know how the story goes from there. 

Notes: A simple fem!Phan Cinderella AU, because I’ve been wanting to writing fem!Phan for a while now. I’m posting this late on February 13th because this is also my submission for phandom valentines.

(Let me know if you notice any mistakes- it was hard to remember to use female pronouns the whole time so I might have slipped up.)

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“She kept her head high, even as her eyes stung, even as panic filled her vision with warnings and precautions.

It was not her fault he had liked her.

It was not her fault she was a cyborg.

She would not apologize.”

Marissa Meyer, Cinder: Book One of the Lunar Chronicles