You're such an awesome writer! I really enjoyed your tumblr prompts. I need to find one and ask now too! (^_^) Really intrigued by the Old One and Dark One thingie with Kisame. If you could write something else with that, what do u think you'd do?
Aw, I’m glad that you liked them~!
And, yeah, if you find an interesting prompt that you think would be good in any AU I have going on, feel free to drop it off.
As for the one mentioned above… I would probably do something along when they first met: which would include ‘Tachi being a wistful traveler around the 1930s (I mean, if you’re practically immortal, what else can you really do to prevent death by boredom). He would stumble upon a simple settlement where the elders constantly talk about an ancient, forbidden cavern by the sea that holds a beast so ancient, so beyond comprehension that anytime they send someone in to slay it, they either come out completely broken or they don’t come out at all.
Again, Itachi’s a bored, wealthy almost-immortal, so he decides to take a look. Of course, when he ventures down deep, deep, deep into the abyss, the beast in question knows that he was planning to come. The beast knows everything: has crept through the fabrics of time and the vast ocean of space. The beast comes out of the shadows, thinking that its’ appearance will shatter the vampire’s psyche.
But, no. Nothing. Itachi just looks up at him and asks if they could finish their conversation. The beast looks down at Itachi, blinking several dozen shifting eyes before chuckling. Itachi watches with minute surprise as the beast’s form shrinks down into that of a very tall, muscular man with skin and hair of the sea.
“I think,” The man smirks down at him, “I’ll follow you around a bit. My name is as vast as the universe and is just beyond the grasp of human dialect. However, you can call me… Kisame.”
Itachi looked the other creature over, replying, “I don’t recall –”
“Asking, yes…” Kisame said, suddenly behind him. “To sum up everything: at this point you wonder how I knew that, to which I answer ‘I know every turn and tide that makes up your life’, which you end up doubting. In the end, we end up leaving this cavern together, though.”
So… Yeah, something like that.