is she always that perfect and tiny and powerful

Lunchtime Drabble: Training the Inhuman (2/?)

Pairing: Avengers x Reader for now. Relationships develop as I go.
Word Count: 1058 (a little long today)
Warnings: short reader, fluff, fighting, a little angst.

Originally posted by littlemisssyreid

Y/N found Bruce in his lab, head bent over a computer monitor in deep concentration.

“Hey, Dr. Banner,” she said softly, not wanting to jar him out of his thoughts. It didn’t work, he still jumped.

“Oh, Y/N, hey, what can I do for you?” he adjusted his glasses as he looked up and gave her a small smile.

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“If you want to go to a place like that, just let me know, okay?”

Yona’s own words bounced around in her head, mocking her. Back at Awa, Hak had wanted nothing to do with them. He’d sworn up and down that he had no intention of messing with girls, and after meeting Jaeha, she knew he hadn’t been lying. So when she had caught him sneaking off the perimeters of their camp after dinner, a bulging pouch of rin in hand, the last place she figured he would be heading to was the red light district. But he was, and he flatly admitted it to her–completely unabashedly.

“I was heading out to Sensui’s Red Light district for the night.”

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My SU Theory

Hear me out… What if pink diamond was the cause of the rebellion. Yea I know what you’re thinking. Duh’…obviously, right. But what if she was the cause but not in the way we think. I was listening to “It’s Over, Isn’t it” and for some reason the line “Bold. Precise. Experimental.” caught my attention. I started thinking that most of the gems from Earth are a little different than what we’ve seen from Homeworld Gems

Originally posted by giffing-su

Let’s start with Amethyst. She’s small right. Its been stated many times that she stayed in the ground for too long and that was the reason she came out tiny. But what if that was on purpose. What if Pink Diamond was experimenting with gems. Trying to create a compact and powerful warrior that was as strong as a normal quartz soldier. Quartzes that were more flexible in the way they fought. Amethyst likes to shapeshift depending on the situation.

Originally posted by rebeccasugarisgod

Whether it’s during a fight or normal everyday stuff, she freely uses her shapeshifting abilities. I have yet to see another quartz fight like she does. Rose and Jasper have always fought in their original form. Moving on.

Originally posted by val-sharah

Let’s start on Jasper. The Perfect Quartz. Flawless from the time she came out of the ground. Peridot commented on how flawed the beta kindergarten was. How holes were all over the place and how bad the the conditions were there. What if the experiment here was to create the optimal gem in less than desirable locations. 

Originally posted by jazzmosis12

An incredibly useful thing to know in emergency situations. So PD tried different things to see what would create a perfect gem. And thus we get Jasper. 

Now I’m going to say that they didn’t figure this out until right before Rose’s Rebellion and I’ll explain why later. Next up…Pearl! Yea yea I know she’s from Homeworld. But what if she was PD’s first experiment. She is clearly different from the other Pearls we’ve seen so far in regards to gem placement and personality. I mean look at her from the earliest memory we have of her.

Originally posted by vahnitr

The Terrifying Renegade Pearl. While we haven’t seen too many other Pearls to compare with, but judging from Peridot’s reaction we can infer that our Pearl is a little different from other Pearls. 

Originally posted by vahnitr

She can engineer a space ship from scrap parts, create light projections, and fight, whereas, the other Pearls we’ve seen seem more…secretarial. I assume it took her awhile to learn these things, but for some reason I’d like to think that our Pearl took to it a little too well. Almost like that’s what she was made to do.

So what is this all leading to? Where am I going with this? This may sound crazy but I’m going for it.

What if Pink Diamond was planning a rebellion against the other Diamonds.

Originally posted by natsgifs

I think Pink Diamond was building a private army for herself, but she knew that she would have to use unconventional means to win in her rebellion. So she experimented on the fertile planet Earth with it’s different conditions and fertile resources. It was a perfect place to carry out different experiments. Imagine, an army of shapeshifting quartzes that are able to fool at least the simpler gems.

Originally posted by lesbo-loser

Imagine the chaos they could wreak throughout the Diamonds armies. Then imagine being able to create perfect warriors and leaders from anywhere.

Originally posted by doctorsanity

Perfect Jaspers in any environmental condition… A truly terrifying thing considering our Jasper was able to hold her own for awhile against the Crystal Gems with little to no help from Homeworld. Now what about a bodyguard force of Pearls. Nothing would be able to get past them. A skilled pilot, a tactician, an agile warrior, all rolled into one. Pearl has clearly shown herself capable of handling a foe that was  considered superior

Originally posted by giffing-su

Why would PD be willing to rebel from the Diamond Authority. Perhaps PD’s biggest experiment, her true goal was the study of Fusion. That wonderful powerful thing. Not the other Diamonds version where it’s the same gems only or just the mashing of two gems together, but true Fusion, the kind of Fusion where they “trust someone with the light” of their being. Clearly the other Diamonds would not approve of such a thing considering how much more powerful a gem could become by truly fusing. Say possibly stronger than a diamond?

Originally posted by pk-starman

Now what would stop her from carrying out her plan when she was on the brink of starting a rebellion? The answer is Rose. I’d like to think Rose Quartz was a confidant of Pink Diamond, but somehow the other Diamonds were able to force her into a position where she would have to shatter Pink Diamond. Maybe they threatened to do whatever it was that corrupted all the Gems on Earth If she didn’t. And although Rose did do it, it was definitely against her wishes. Feeling regret I’m sure Rose would take up the mantle of Leader of the Rebellion and carry on with her friends work. Look at how she looked at Garnet the first time she saw her.

Originally posted by starberry-cupcake

Surprise and fascination and delight later on when they weren’t under attack. 


Pink Diamond was planning to build an army to fight the other diamonds because they didn’t approve of her experiments and so the other diamonds forced Rose to turn on her Diamond which ultimately started the rebellion anyways, except under Rose’s name. Totally crazy, right? Eh that’s okay though, because we can imagine what we want.

anonymous asked:

Hey! Not sure if you still accept requests, but do you know any good fics where Merlin thought he'll never get a chance with Arthur cause he's married to Gwen but it turns out Arthur's actually in love with Merlin?

Shame by Kurohitenshi
Merlin has always been cheerful, with big bright smiles. It doesn’t mean that he doesn’t feel the pressures and agonies of the past and present. As the reality of Arthur’s marriage sinks in and the feeling that he had failed destiny grows ever stronger, something deep inside him breaks. Once in awhile, he finds a way to cope with his secrets. 

The Patter of Tiny Feet on Cold Stone Floors by TheAvalonian
When Guinevere finds that she is unable to bear Arthur a child, Merlin offers her the perfect solution: an ancient spell which can create new life out of love, if that love is pure and powerful enough. But after the ritual, it becomes increasingly obvious that while Gwen has indeed become pregnant, the child she carries might not have been created from the love between Arthur and his wife - but rather from the love between Arthur and his Court Sorcerer.

Each day as it comes by Tossukka
Arthur is trying to resist a temptation. The universe is trying to stop him.

Breaking Point by tailor31415
Merlin finally gives up all hope of ever being accepted by Arthur for who he truly is.

Moment of Surrender by ChristyCorr
Getting married wasn’t supposed to change anything.

Time Forward by kianspo
While still at uni, Arthur Pendragon meets two people who become his best friends. He falls in love with one of them… but marries the other. This isn’t his story to tell; it’s Merlin’s. And Merlin will always remember that he met Arthur first.

More Than Just a Pair of Sinking Ships by Robespierre
Arthur is a frustrated, unhappily married teacher. He used to love teaching, and he used to love Gwen, but now it feels as though happiness is an unreachable goal. Life finally starts to make sense again when he meets Merlin, a sixteen-year-old foreign exchange student.
As their student/teacher relationship strengthens, Arthur begins to have decidedly unprofessional thoughts about Merlin, forcing him to reexamine everything he believes in: his career, his marriage, and even his own sexuality.

The Patter of Tiny Feet on Cold Stone Floors by The Avalonian
When Guinevere finds that she is unable to bear Arthur a child, Merlin offers her the perfect solution: an ancient spell which can create new life out of love, if that love is pure and powerful enough. But after the ritual, it becomes increasingly obvious that while Gwen has indeed become pregnant, the child she carries might not have been created from the love between Arthur and his wife - but rather from the love between Arthur and his Court Sorcerer. Merlin/Arthur romance.

This list and this one might be some of what you’re looking for as well.