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anonymous asked:

Hi! Can u maybe write Felicity getting pregnant after the bunker sex and having a scare? Maybe a few spots mauve some cramps and having to tell Oliver that she's pregnant?

Felicity came out of the bathroom in the bunker, biting her tongue, her thoughts far away as she felt a knot forming in her stomach. She watched her feet as she opened the door to get back to her work. Curtis’ presence on the other side of the door had her jumping with a little yelp, her hand flying away from her face.

She closed her eyes once it registered in her mind that it was just him. “Curtis.” She said, her voice a warning, “I swear to god if you don’t back the hell away me, I will hurt you.”

“When are you going to tell him?” Curtis asked, his voice emotionless, judgmental, as he pushed off from the wall he’d been leaning on to follow her into the main room.

She sighed, “I’ve told you before and I’ll tell you again…it’s none of your business.” She turned around to stare him down, trying to make her words stick this time, since they apparently hadn’t the four times before. “Now back the hell off.”

Curtis raised his hands in surrender. “You can’t hide it forever, Felicity. He deserves to know.” And then he walked away, back over to the mats where he had been working out before she darted past him, making a bee-line for the bathroom. Felicity ground her teeth together in irritation.

She sat back down at her computer, doing more research on Rene Ramirez, or as she’d been calling him in her head, Wild Dog.

Curtis’ words kept ringing in her ears, distracting her and making her already knotted stomach twist even more.

And he kept looking at her.

She huffed, “Curtis,” she snapped finally, her sharp tone ringing through the room, “Leave it alone.

 “I can’t, Felicity…what you’re doing…” He trailed off, shaking his head. Felicity felt anger boiling her blood. Curtis wasn’t even supposed to know, he’d put it together, before she was even ready to admit to herself that is was happening. She’d leaned on him the night she was forced to accept the reality, and he’d been pushing her to tell Oliver ever since. Which was four weeks ago. She knew she’d let it slide for way too long, but telling him, saying it out loud…it would change everything.

She knew that it was unavoidable, that it would eventually be obvious…and she swore she could see a small bump already. Felicity felt bile creeping up her chest again, and she closed her eyes. “Save your judgment Curtis. You’re out of line.”

 “Maybe I’m overstepping. A lot. But I’m still right. He deserves to know and you’re being selfish by not telling him.”

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Let's be nice to each other please

To the anon that sent me a bunch of hate (not posting bc it was really rude, explicit, and it was like 12 different messages):

I understand your frustrations about the show Arrow, and I get that you are mad about some of the choices. So am I. But please don’t hate me for liking Felicity. I support all female characters on the show. This is a positive blog.

I liked Laurel a lot, and I was very sad to see her go (I literally was sobbing, ok?). I do not bad mouth her character or say anything against her. I have never attacked her, and coming onto my blog to attack me was unnecessary and cruel.

Just because I am a Felicity blog doesn’t mean I am against Laurel. I love both. I was angry when they killed her off, and she deserved a lot better. I don’t make Laurel gifs or post a lot about her, not because I don’t like her, but because this is a Felicity blog. Felicity Smoak is my all time favorite character and this blog is for her. I track felicity tags, and I literally only have felicity content on my dash. NOT because I don’t like Laurel, but because I’m focusing on her.

I can’t say this enough, but we don’t have to pit female characters against each other. I understand not liking a certain character, you are entitled to it, but I personally love all female characters, and me supporting one doesn’t mean I’m not supporting another.

Telling me I am a dumb b**ch for defending Felicity is also not cool. If you don’t like her, you don’t have to read my defense of her! The title of the post was literally Felicity Smoak Appreciation. If you don’t want to read it, literally don’t.

So the next time you decide go into someone’s inbox and leave so much hate (such as telling them to kill themselves) all because of FICTIONAL characters, please reconsider. Arrow is a TV show. Yes the characters and the show are important to me, but at the end of the day, it’s just a SHOW. It’s not real. And it’s not worth attacking real people and being horrible to them for a fictional show.

This fandom can be so toxic and people get so caught up in shipping and stanning characters that we forget that there are people behind these computer screens. Getting hateful messages to kill myself and calling me a b**ch hurts. I am a person, someone you have never met, and you have no idea how much your words can affect me. As much as I’d like to say that I can brush it off, it really does sting, and I’m begging people not to go into inboxes just to send anon hate.

I just finished Arrow (all 5 seasons in 2 months) and the next season doesnt come out for another 3 months-ish and now i dont know what to do with my life but really a huge shout-out to @callistawolf who has basically held my hand the entire tine so even though she was the one who got me into this mess, she is absolutely amazing for being with me as I died over and over and she deserves all the love right now

DNTMBTM Ch30 Teaser

I’m very busy over the next few weeks and until summer vacation starts, won’t be able to update DNTMBTM again. Here’s a flashback teaser to tide you over!

Over the next week, Oliver simultaneously got better and worse, if that was somehow possible, after being reunited with his pack. He got better because Shado and Sara insisted on him looking after himself, eating properly, and getting up and about. They forced him to stop moping about and languishing in his depression; he was pregnant, and before he could worry about his child’s future, he had to worry about himself. The baby wouldn’t survive if Oliver didn’t care for his own body.

Both Shado and Sara seemed to have slipped into sisterly roles, protective instincts rearing up to make sure that Oliver, in his vulnerable, pregnant state, stayed healthy. So in a physical respect, Oliver’s health massively improved.

Mentally, however, was another story entirely. Shado and Sara managed to bring him mostly out of his depression, but that grim, empty feeling remained, because all was not completely harmonious within the pack.

Slade avoided Oliver as if he was the plague. The older man barely ever stepped within ten feet of the younger, eyeing him with glittering, cold eyes. It was clear by his body language and scent that Slade was wary of Oliver because he couldn’t identify him as distinctly alpha or omega. The fact that Slade was keeping this distance between them, when Oliver was so desperate for kind bodily contact and affection, hurt. He wanted nothing more than to cuddle up with Slade in their newly built pack shelter, but the older man refused to have anything to do with him.

Then, there was Barry. The new omega.

He was younger than Oliver, and much more naive and clumsy than he could have predicted. The omega was hesitant to approach Oliver, so he only learnt what he could about the omega from asking Shado and Sara questions, when they had their cuddle sessions in the evenings. Cuddling apparently released serotonin, which would help the baby’s development. Barry had been kidnapped from Central City and transported to the island, sold to the facility; it confirmed for Oliver that this was, in fact, an international operation, with a lot of funding behind it.

After the pack had successfully been transformed into homo bellator custos, they’d been placed into an enclosure together, with Barry being dumped in there with them. Slade, the alpha of the group, had very quickly adopted both Sara and Barry as his omegas, his instincts to protect his pack overwhelming. They’d started teaching Barry about life on the island, and due to the younger man’s high intelligence, he’d picked up survival skills quite easily.

Oliver despised admitting it, but he was jealous of Barry. Slade, Shado and Sara doted over him in a way that they never did, and never had, with Oliver. The fact that they’d accepted him into the pack so quickly as their omega didn’t escape Oliver, and he found himself wondering whether or not he’d been replaced. That was certainly what it felt like.

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You know, I keep forgetting how good of an allegory Arrow is for PTSD

Everything Oliver experiences as the Green Arrow that brings him hardship, that really rattles him has direct ties to his father dying or his experiences on and off Lian Yu (duh, but still it really shows how much present day moments can trigger post-traumatic flashbacks).

In the season 5 finale, Slade is right. Oliver’s past does come back to haunt him as the big baddies in each season (besides Dahrk) and it’s a literal representation of how our past traumas make our current lives harder.

The more I’m learning about my disease, the more I connect with Oliver and this show. 

On Earth 4, Felicity is a metahuman and supervillain who rules the world after using her powers to unleash global devastation. On the downside, Felicity enjoyed the concept of playing God. On the bright side, the survivors under her regime get neat jumpsuits and use the name Overwatch in her quest for world domination so at least she still has a concept of brand recognition.