is this real life or a fantasy

Reality Chapter 16 (Jensen x Reader; Dean x Reader)

Originally posted by canonspngifs

Title: Reality Chapter 16

Summary:  Is this real life, or is this just fantasy? (Y/n) struggled to figure out if she’s in an alternate universe after a car accident, or if she’s just suffering from the after effects of a coma.

Warnings: Language

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Not gonna lie, one of my favorite parts about writing urban fantasy is determining how and where the fantasy meshes in with reality.

Like, I’m not saying Freddie Mercury WAS a siren, but have you ever heard anyone NOT sing along to Bohemian Rhapsody?

I rest my case.

Ardyn: …I want you to say why my plan that’s taken me 2000 years of life of waiting for the Chosen has failed. Again. Slow.
Ravus: …
Ravus: The prince was posing for his blond friend nearby the lake.
Ardyn: Uh huh.
Ravus: …but the Catoblepas stepped on him.

They Imagine...

What they would do if they had the courage: Cancer, Libra, Virgo

What things would be like in their own fantasy world: Pisces, Scorpio, Leo

What’ll happen next in a book, movie, TV series, etc.: Aries, Capricorn, Aquarius, Taurus

Nothing- they live for the real world: Sagittarius, Gemini

how the solar eclipse will affect your life

Aries: your head might be full of creative ideas right now, but now is not the time to act. reflect upon your thoughts and take time to plan your next action

Taurus: stay on your guard. a malicious secret lays hidden in plain sight. its is up to you to unravel it

Gemini: sometimes a little darkness sheds light on hidden truths. learn more about the people you surround yourself in the near future

Cancer: a challenging opportunity awaits you. learn to find balance, in yourself and the world.

Leo: today marks the beginning of your conquest. rise to the challenge

Virgo: the lines between reality and fantasy wears thin for you during this time. who’s to say what’s real and what’s not?

Libra: nothing can block out your light. shine through the night and dazzle the world

Scorpio: retreat or advance. you are the master of your destiny

Sagittarius: it’s time to reflect upon your life. it would be wise not to forget all the work it took to get here. don’t let it slip away

Capricorn: an interesting crossroad has presented itself before you. the secrets you are entrusted with will be your greatest tools

Aquarius: a time for change. whether it be school, work, or even love, new experiences and opportunities await you. be swift and determined to deter away regrets

Pisces: malevolence taints the air around you. take time to clear away bitter feelings and ill will.

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- May, what the hell are you doing here? I didn’t request a specialist.
- I go where I’m assigned.

The Adventures of Coulson & May: Some Time Ago 

So, the campaign I’m writing and DMing currently is a homebrew about five magic users (they’re multi-classed now, so it’s less weird) who are, essentially, an anomaly containment unit. They’re fantasy Ghostbusters, p much.

Now, the premise was written before Gravity Falls introduced Ford and that whole deal, but basically, there was a portal that was leaking magic and monsters from their high fantasy world into what is, essentially, our modern day world, and it was their job to round them up and stop it.

It’s a hacky premise for a book, but a super fun fucking game to write and watch unfold.

Okay, exposition over, here are some of my favourite things I’ve forced my friends to endure:

• Hunting “Bigfoot”, who was actually a Bugbear that escaped their dimension.
• Rescuing a dragonborn prince who was being held at Area 51 by agents who thought he was an alien/reptilian Illuminati leader.
• Encountering actual aliens who gave them the technology to maintain their human disguises in exchange for their help escaping the base. (AKA, everyone complained that I made them burn spell slots on it.)
• Fighting a necromancer who ran a tourist trap that featured a petting zoo with “real life jackalopes and Fiji mermaids” made from reanimated roadkill, plus a nasty, horrible, rotting roadkill monster bossfight.
• Rescuing a tiefling who was being tortured by a deep south priest/cult leader who put her on display in an underground, evangelical sideshow. (Heavily inspired by Hellboy and the Angelville stuff in Preacher? Uhhhhhh, yes. Don’t call me out.) The Jersey Devil is actually just her wife, by the way.
• The Squonk is their companion now and they love him. No fantasy stuff. Just the actual, lumberjack lore ass Squonk, who is real and their friend and cried enough to help them put out literal hellfire.
• Zombie fight in the Monroeville Mall because I couldn’t resist.
• Confederate liches responsible for the “ghost sightings” at Gettysburg.
• Literally too much dumb shit to list. I am having so much fun trying to cram this bullshit into an actual, playable, rules-adhering D&D campaign, and I want to tell you more, but my players follow me.

Little sketch done in German classes, then colored digitally because Victuuri now owns my soul and I love them! In which I imagine they go skating on a frozen lake deep in the forest of st Petersburg while the swan lake in playing because they both adore Tchaikovski and they want to skate together on this for an exhibition one day.