gabriel and co

The View From the Edge

Another delightful story for @caped-ace, this time for some Reaper76 from Overwatch! Enjoy these old men, proving that being edgelords doesn’t go out with age.

Cut is for length, not for content. 

Originally posted by etlabetes

It had taken nearly thirty minutes after the battle with Los Muertos for Soldier: 76 to finally collapse in the Dorado alleyway.

Clearly, he had known it was only a matter of time before he would succumb to the injuries he had sustained. That’s why he had concentrated on taking an aimless, twisting path through the Mexican city, avoiding major thoroughfares. Generally he kept moving south - which must have been where he had left whatever mode of transportation he had used to get there - but then, near an industrial scrapyard, his knees buckled. One arm against a building wall, the other clutching the heavy pulse rifle. Of course that would be important to him, but soon it fell with a clatter as he gripped his side, where he had taken the brunt of the grenade blast.

Idiot, Reaper thought. The child had foolishly put herself in danger, had lingered too long, and then the rogue had hesitated in deciding what to do about it, waiting for the last possible moment, losing the gang and just barely rescuing the girl. Sloppy. Careless.

After a moment, it had become too much, and Soldier: 76 sagged to the ground in an unconscious pile.

“Old habits die hard.”

And now that old habit was going to kill him. Ironic.

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Whiskey Deadeye

Reader-insert
Pacific Rim AU Part 1


At 15:34 that day the Deadlock Jaeger boots up for the first time and initiates the neural handshake with its sole pilot, name and background unknown.

At 15:41 Lechuza Renegade is deployed to take it down and prevent a mass murder in the urban areas of Santa Fe.

Lechuza Renegade arrives at 16:47. The battle lasts three hours.


“It was a goddamn miniature mech cobbled together in a garage by teenagers with too much time on their hands! What the hell took you so long?”

Gabriel Reyes and his co-pilot take the reprimand with quietly grinding teeth. They don’t say the smaller size made it impossible to hit. It was in and out before their Jaeger could react and its smaller weaponry allowed for aimbot technology the likes of which their own can’t profit from. It was like trying to squash a fly. A panicked fly with a gun.

They don’t say all that because it’s in their report, the same the Marshall pokes at like it personally offended him.

“We did our best, sir.” Reyes says. “And we brought in the mech for study.”

“For study, great! If you haven’t noticed we have a full bay of the damn things, we don’t need some scrap heap out of Deadlock gorge!”

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TWD Season 7 Episode 4

Rick talking about Shane to Michonne/ The girls not okay with this/ Carl & Negan/ hidden gun/ The fake grave for Maggie

Originally posted by tattoo-and-a-smile

Dwight being an asshole to Rosita/ A savior harassing Enid/ Spencer hindoing the guns 

Originally posted by itkai

Negan & Olivia/ the camera

Originally posted by lifetimetv

Searching for the guns & alomst bot finding them 

Originally posted by itsyourboystiffyliveat

Comic lines

Originally posted by doriarno

Negan’s reaction to Father Gabriel

Originally posted by lnkzy

I’m laughing to myself because like I was thinking about how to keep SPN fresh without constantly powering up the enemy and I was landing on faefolk, which let’s be honest they haven’t begun to scratch the surface on.

They wouldn’t need to be powered up, they would just need to operate as they do in lore to freak out the Winchesters and present a real challenge.  You’d just need to create a civil war between the fae folk based on the ones who hate humans versus the ones who don’t.

Anyway so I’m like thinking we could see Oberon King of Fairies but what if when we finally met him:

Fight the Fairies!