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The Dreamscape - Chapter 33

RE6 ends on an apocalyptic note, and Chris Redfield leads a small group of survivors in the aftermath. Who should join them but Wesker, somehow alive again and as infatuated with Chris as ever. Chris would have to be losing his mind to love his old rival. Apparently he’s halfway there, though, because whenever he sleeps he’s leading a double life — one without zombies where he and Wesker are married.

Chapter 33 is here at last! Read on Ao3

The Dreamscape - Chapter 34

RE6 ends on an apocalyptic note, and Chris Redfield leads a small group of survivors in the aftermath. Who should join them but Wesker, somehow alive again and as infatuated with Chris as ever. Chris would have to be losing his mind to love his old rival. Apparently he’s halfway there, though, because whenever he sleeps he’s leading a double life — one without zombies where he and Wesker are married.

Chapter 34 has arrived! Read on Ao3

I always feel ashamed that I find these kinds of love stories the best. They’re still my absolute favorite. The ones where the love/relationship is a secondary plot hinted at throughout the story through clumsy mistakes and close contact and really friggin obvious hints that the characters don’t see (normally because they don’t have time). GAH I love it. It’s so old-school and natural and cute and it gives me feels. Might even have to go read some fanfiction just to see more of these two. Friggin OTP.

The Dreamscape - Chapter 35

RE6 ends on an apocalyptic note, and Chris Redfield leads a small group of survivors in the aftermath. Who should join them but Wesker, somehow alive again and as infatuated with Chris as ever. Chris would have to be losing his mind to love his old rival. Apparently he’s halfway there, though, because whenever he sleeps he’s leading a double life — one without zombies where he and Wesker are married.

Chapter 35 is now posted! Read on Ao3

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Hello everyone! I’m opening commissions ^^ since I´m in a bit of a need.

The payments are made through Paypal, US dollars and I will send you the invoice too.

I explained everything in the pictures, and attached some price examples,  If you have any question, please ask, I will be more than pleased to answer! :)

One rule I forgot to add, is that I won´t draw the characters of my OTPs in a romantic way with any other than them (my OPTS are ZeldaxLink, IchigoxRukia, Fullmetal Alchemist canon pairings, GrayxJuvia, JakexSherry, etc). Sorry

Comics strips vary the price because of the style and number of panels, but they have discounts ^^

Thank you very much for reading!

And the reblog is really appreciated too * u * // thanks


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I really wish Jake and Sherry were the central focus of the game. Or, actually, that they had their own game. I’m enjoying the other stories, too. But I made the mistake of playing Jake and Sherry’s campaign first, and now the others are ruined for me! The other characters and their dynamics are just not as good in comparison. At least, not to me. oTL

Of course, so far Leon and Helena are my brotp. The baddest of the bad team up and waste some zambies. sparkingtimepiece and I just started Chris and Piers campaign, and I’m digging Piers so far (even though he looks like a douche, pfft). Looking forward to Ada’s campaign as well.

But there’s just no standing up to Jake and Sherry. Jake is the most ridiculous, awesome douche bag, and Sherry is the perfect mixture of badass and big-eyed adorableness aND I JUST CAN’T STAND IT THEY’RE SO CUTE! (I love Sherry so much oh man world-weary cutie with a gun and cattle prod. There will be no “break the cutie” here. She’s the one doing the breaking. |D)

Their budding relationship is a focus of their story, but it’s so natural, that it’s a perfect complement to the action and plot– enriching, rather than overpowering it. I love how Jake’s growing trust and affection for Sherry is shown in even quick-time events, from a time in chapter two where he pauses mid-run to make sure Sherry is on her feet and running, to a much later chapter’s chase scene where he grabs her hand to make sure they aren’t separated along the way. And Sherry either doesn’t realize until later, or simply shakes her head and ignores it because she has a job to do, goddammit! She ain’t got no time for love interests! Redheaded bad boys with hot bods and bitchin’ facial scars and all! >:I

Ha ha, I just love them so much. Everything about their interactions makes sense for their personalities. Even their relationship developing as quickly as it did, in relation to the time-frame of the chapters, makes sense. Because Jake’s twenty–and going based on his backstory–it’s likely the only woman he’s ever been close to on a personal and emotional level is his mother. So, here’s Sherry, who is not only attractive, but both incredibly capable in a wide variety of ways (including combat, the thing he’s good at; therefore earning his respect), and also relatable on a personal level (they both lost their parents to various circumstances, and their blood is super special). That’s not even taking into account the fact that they’re both young, and in a situation where they’re constantly being pumped full of adrenalin, and saving each others’ lives. Nothing brings people together like mortal danger! ^^

Ha ha ha, and then there’s Sherry, playing it cool. Possibly awkward at times, possibly shy, when she remembers Jake’s not just the mission objective, but also an attractive fellow around her age– but ultimately, the companionship he provides, the level of trust that grows between them (even though it’s obvious the protectiveness gets on her nerves pretty quickly. Oh sweet protective babbu, you don’t know how to deal with these new feelings, do you, Jake?), and the fact that he’s the one greatest constant in a world where suddenly, everything’s been thrown into question (She never mentions it, but Simmons is her foster father. Was for eleven years, before becoming her superior officer. He is the one who allowed her to become an agent, and sent her on the ridiculously important mission to retrieve Jake. And now Leon, the man who saved her life back in Raccoon City, who she trusts and admires, is accusing Simmons of masterminding the bioterrorism attacks, as well as the US president’s death. What is she supposed to think? Who is she supposed to believe?); she finally accepts that Jake is more to her than the world’s last hope for a cure. And the result is adorable.

I really want to know what Jake’s new fifty-dollar offer was. Jake and Sherry otp. <333