different locks

Step one is sometimes the most important step

Rogue: I go to pick the lock to the church

DM (Me): You put the lockpick into the lock, and after a few seconds you notice that it feels different than most other locks you’ve picked

Rogue: Shit this isn’t good

Druid: I cast detect magic!

Me: You don’t notice any sort of magic affecting the lock

Bard: Should we go in through the window?

*general muttering in agreement*

Barbarian: Hold up, I’m just gonna try the handle. I’ve got danger sense so if it’s trapped I’ll probably be okay.

Me: The door swings open. It was never locked

Queue everyone making fun of the Rogue for the next 2 hours

Living with Sherlock Would Involve
  • Looking after him, or rather, making sure he looks after himself.
  • Being his contact with John, because John still wants Sherlock to be okay, even if he doesn’t want to talk to him.
  • Being woken up by Sherlock searching through your clothes, throwing everything on top of you on the bed until he finds a silk scarf, which he takes out with him into the kitchen, slamming your bedroom door behind him.
  • “Oh did I wake you up? My apologies.”
  • Mycroft keeping an eye on you. You get annoyed at him for this until one day he sees you walking home in the pouring rain and picks you up. You say he can come in for tea but he declines and quickly leaves.
  • Sherlock playing the violin very loudly when he wants you to wake up. “Oh good you’re up, read this.” 
  • Locking your bedroom door so Sherlock can’t get in. He quickly picks it so you install several different locks and puzzles to stop him from getting in. It turns into a little bit of a game so you don’t really mind when Sherlock shows up lying at the end of your bed one morning after spending the whole night trying to unlock your door. “I did it.” He says groggily.
  • Playing cards late at night. Sherlock insists on staying awake to wait for news so you stay up with him. Cards is the only way for him to keep you awake and focused (since you’re so competitive) so Sherlock is happy to play card games with you.
  • You invent games, puzzles and tricks to entertain Sherlock because a confused Sherlock is entertainment to you. Sometimes he pretends he knows the answer but won’t tell you (even though he doesn’t know). 
  • Screaming at him when you’ve had enough, when you’re fed up of his attitude because you care about him and he usually acts indifferent. This ensues. 
  • On the days when it’s too much for you and you’re crying and screaming at him to go away, Sherlock stays and tries to comfort you. Even though you appreciate the effort, Mrs Hudson’s tea and biscuits are much more helpful.
  • Sherlock telling you he actually does like having you around, even though you can be “a smug pain” sometimes.
  • “Ditto.”


Being Neighbours with John and Sherlock Would Involve is similar and here

It was a chilly winter morning in Colorado Springs, Colorado. As women were nervously sitting in the Planned Parenthood clinic, they started to hear a loud “pop pop pop” coming from outside. Staff inside the clinic rushed those in the waiting room into a different room with a lock on the door and called police. As police arrived they were met with gunfire by Robert Lewis Dear, who was now inside the clinic.

The police fired back and a five hour standoff ensued. Dear was armed with a semi-automatic rifle and by the end of the standoff, three people were dead: police officer, Garrett Swasey and two passerbys, Ke’Arre M. Stewart and Jennifer Markovsky were shot numerous times and succumbed to their wounds. Beside Dear’s car, police discovered several propane tanks. It’s believed that he had intended to open fire on the tanks and cause an explosion.

After his apprehension, Dear expressed the belief  that he would be met in Heaven by aborted fetuses who would thank him for his murderous deed. None of the people he killed worked in Planned Parenthood and none of them were planning on having an abortion, but he had intended on killing those inside the building. Thankfully, they were quick on their feet and managed to get themselves to safety before he entered. In 2016, he was deemed incompetent to stand trial.


Who’s your favorite? ;) 

Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Luna Lovegood, Draco Malfoy, Sirius Black, Tom Riddle. 

(( OOC: Since I’m trying to base this blog off of my version of Harry, (the version I had created in my mind before the movies came out.) I figured it might be fun to recreate a few other characters. ;) The movies were so brilliantly cast that there weren’t a lot of differences between the versions of the characters I had created in my head and the live-action cast, but this was definitely fun. )) 

Operation SALE (707 x mc/reader)

summary: Operation SALE, also known as Operation See And Love Elly, is a mission to be carried out by Agents 606 and 707. 

rating: 10+ (no spoilers, and a smooch??)

notes: ahh. so this is a request from @worldofpyr about Seven and mc going to see Elly. This was actually kinda fun to write. The biting thing aside, all the things are things I’ve done to my cat, lol. Also, this is my first time writing a character other than Seven and Unknown so I hope I did okay. I hope Pyr and everyone else enjoys!

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Wow I never thought so many people would be interested in my experience of chastity.

For an update, I am now locked by another boy who keeps the 4-digit code of the lock box where I have put my key. It feels very different to be locked by someone who is not your parent! 

Anna was fed up with her sister. She didn’t hate her, she would never say that, but she was fed up with how her sister kept telling her no. There was only so much no a girl could take before she had to do things for herself. So as Anna set out into what was known as one of the worst blizzards in the history of Hogwarts Anna was bundled up in layers and layers of clothes, scarves, and hats. There was one thing Anna wanted and though it was her sister’s birthday… Anna knew it made no difference. Elsa had shut her out again and Anna didn’t want to be shut out or locked in anywhere any more.

In the snow Anna was lost among the blank whiteness of it all. It was cold and she was shaking as she trudged through. She knew she just had to make it to Hogsmeade to find floo powder home. But Hogsmeade was far and Anna was clumsy. Once she was near the forest, Anna slipped, slid down a hill and landed in a large snow bank. “Ow,” She said to no one in particular assuming she was alone in the snow.

All Summers in a Day by Ray Bradbury is a short story that I was introduced to when I was in middle school and again in high school. Like many of Ray Bradbury’s works, it is a haunting story that has stuck in my mind since the first time I read it. In short, this story is about a group of astronauts’ children that are born and raised inside on Venus, and have never been outside because of Venus’ constant acid rain. Every seven years, the acid rain stops for one hour and the planet is suitable to go outside. The main character Margot is the only child who had been outside before and felt the Sun because she was born on Earth. The other kids tease her for being different and lock her inside a closet for the one hour in seven years that they all get to go outside. The story ends abruptly, and you don’t know what happened after the children come back inside after playing outside and let Margot out of the closet, but trying to place myself in Margot’s shoes broke my heart. As someone who was bullied for being different when I was younger and constantly teased for being a member of the LGBT community, this story had a lot of parallels to my personal experience. I saw myself in Margot, feeling out of place and like I didn’t belong because I was born a different way from the kids I was forced to hang around with. I too felt ‘locked in the closet’ like Margot was because of my differences. I first read this story when I was in 8th grade and it was what encouraged me to go to a new school system for high school and helped me gain confidence in myself. This story was extremely important for me because it helped me realize that I had too much potential to let people stifle it. I realized that I was deserving of great things just like everyone else, and that I wouldn’t allow other people to ‘lock me in the closet’ while they all got to experience the wonderful world outside.