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FFXV Characters playing World of Warcraft Part 1/3 Headcanons

I know I was supposed to start posting my writings next week, buuuuut….
World of Warcraft is a dear game to me even though I don’t play it anymore, still this was a blast to write! This will be posted in three parts, first one containing the chocobros!

And it couldn’t have been possible without @glaive-eve‘s help! Gotta love our story brainstorming :3

Also this is my first-ever-published writing. I’m slightly nervous.

Second Part
Third Part


Hopefully you enjoy <3


Noctis Lucis Caelum
Havoc | Demon Hunter

  • Noctis enjoys double jumping, gliding and dashing.
  • Oh and he will dash. A lot.
  • He is eager about getting the best loot possible for his demon hunter. He might even be slightly aggressive over loot, shouting: “You don’t need that!”
  • He has min-maxed stats and his gear is perfectly enchanted and gemmed.
  • Noctis wants to be the loot master and probably whispers about it to Ignis at the start of every raid.
  • He still hasn’t made any progress towards being the loot master.
  • He won’t be the first in his guild to get a legendary item. Nor the second, nor the third.
  • Noctis will be acting salty towards those who get legendaries before him.
  • He still sits at the top of the damage meter — Despite the lack of legendaries.
  • He won’t move out of boss mechanics, unless it’s a sure oneshot. He is just tunnel visioning the damage and there is no arguing about it. He won’t take orders if they include moving around.
  • Because he needs to be on the top of those DPS meters. He won’t accept the second or the third place. It has to be the first.
  • And he will literally drain all the heals and cooldowns.
  • If the group he is in keeps wiping at same boss over and over again, he is ready to ragequit.
  • But he won’t.
  • Noctis really wants to unleash the hatred of ten thousand years. Illidan is so proud of him.
  • His favourite spot to go AFK is the Stormwind Keep, if he is playing on the Alliance and Grommash Hold, if playing on the Horde.
  • Makes him feel like a boss.
  • His fishing skill is maxed out.
  • And he has all sorts of cool fishing hats.
  • He won’t be sharing any of the fish he has caught though, and Ignis has to literally bribe him to share some of them with the guild.
  • Sometimes he pet battles against Prompto, if he is ultimately bored.
  • His in game title is Salty.
  • He will be playing a male night elf or a male blood elf, depending on the faction he is playing at the moment. 


Prompto Argentum
Beast Master | Hunter

  • Prompto chose his class just for the pets.
  • Cute pets.
  • He even takes S.E.L.F.I.E.s with his pets.
  • Prompto has his S.E.L.F.I.E. -camera bound on his keyboard.
  • He is the definition of a hunter, which means he spends a lot of time being dead and waiting for resurrection.
  • Why walk, when you can get a resurrection?
  • And he dies often.
  • Maybe because he barrage pulled the whole room?
  • Barrage is his thing and it’ll take a lot of persuasion skills to get him change out of it.
  • He is almost as greedy about loot as Noctis, but he doesn’t really care about the secondary stats.
  • If it has agility on it and a bigger item level than his previous one, he wants it.
  • Everything is hunter loot.
  • It annoys the shit out of Noctis, when he is trying to tell Prompto what he should be equipping.
  • His profession is engineering and he likes crafting all those mechanical squirrels for his own, personal amusement.
  • He also greatly enjoys pet battles!
  • And his pet battle team is well trained.
  • He even beats Noctis in the pet battles.
  • When he is playing World of Warcraft, he is barely ever AFK. Prompto will keep on jumping around the town, while waiting for something to happen.
  • And maybe spam the guild chat for company.
  • He is eagerly asking people to join him on battlegrounds, looking for raids and dungeons, when he is bored.
  • The guild chat will fall silent instantly.
  • Not that he is a bad player. He knows how to do damage.
  • He can be quite heavy company from time to time.
  • Prompto was once given a special task —  Fit for a hunter. He needed to soak some damage during a boss fight.
  • Never again.
  • He likes leveling up alts, but gets tired with them easily and his character selection is full of low level characters he won’t touch again.
  • Maybe because someone camped him while he was leveling up.
  • Prompto changes his character’s hairstyle at least once a day.
  • His title would be the Zookeeper or the Field Photographer.
  • And his character would be a female. Night elf, if Alliance and blood elf, if Horde.


Gladiolus Amicitia
Arms | Warrior

  • Gladio has an off spec for tanking, incase one tank is missing from the raid.
  • Tanking isn’t his favorite job to do, but he’ll do it without complaints and handles the role well.
  • He is usually charging right into the battle, when the pull timer is somewhere between one and zero.
  • Whirlwind is his thing.
  • He is slightly annoyed at the fact that he doesn’t really get healed.
  • Somehow he still survives and is usually the last man standing, if the encounter ends up being a wipefest.
  • And he’ll make sure everyone knows that he survived, again.
  • He’ll definitely twit Noctis or Prompto, if either of them died earlier during the fight.
  • “Noct will pay everyone’s repairs!”
  • Because Gladio does actually handle the game mechanics.
  • He’ll cheer everyone up with his motivational speeches.
  • “We can do this! Just 10% more!”
  • Occasionally he does arena, but he isn’t as passionate about it as Ardyn though they team up from time to time to get some honor points.
  • Gladio also loves the Brawler’s Guild.
  • He spends his free time there.
  • Or practicing his rotation on dummies while waiting for queue to pop.
  • Iris really hates it, when he smashes his keyboard while doing his warrior rotation. She can hear it all the way to her room.
  • It must be a warrior thing.
  • Inscription is his character’s profession and he eagerly volunteers to mill all the herbs in the guild bank for free.
  • He also loves crafting those Steamy Romance Novels.
  • He will often transmog his characters in silly non matching outfits, but he also has transmog sets if he needs to get more serious about it.
  • Badass warrior tiers sets look cool.
  • Battlelord is a cool title for him.
  • Gladio will be playing male dwarf, if on the Alliance side and male tauren, if on the Horde side.
  • Because dwarves are badass.


Ignis Scientia
Subtlety | Rogue

  • At first, he wasn’t interested in gaming, but Noctis had him change his opinion of World of Warcraft.
  • He actually started playing, he began reading all the possible tips and guides online.
  • Now he knows everything.
  • Ignis could do his rotation in his sleep and he still practices it.
  • He was voted to be the Guild Master, when Noctis, Prompto and Gladio decided to form a guild of their own.
  • He secretly enjoys being the Guild Master.
  • He also became the raid leader due to his knowledge of raids and tactics. He knows exactly what classes to use in a boss fight and will instruct anyone if needed.
  • Ignis has to reassure Noctis and others that the key to beating a boss isn’t a DPS race.
  • He is often so immersed in his raid leading role, that he has his Cheat Death on cooldown constantly.
  • And he is also dead quite often.
  • If he happens to be the cause of a raid wipe, he’ll literally send an apology letter to everyone participating in the raid.
  • He is the loot master despite Noctis’s protests. He is also naturally a member of the loot council as his knowledge is invaluable.
  • But Ignis will gladly pass the loot for Noctis if he’s whining that he hasn’t gotten any loot again.
  • Ignis can often be found standing in the Auction House with a campfire placed next to him.
  • He knows his business and makes sure that the guild bank has enough money.
  • He has cooking skill maxed out.
  • And he is always looking out for new recipes!
  • Will desperately beg Noctis to share some of the fish he has caught.
  • He will be the one crafting all the buff foods and feasts for the raids.
  • Ignis loves to earn all the raid and dungeon achievements. He’ll make sure there is an event in the calendar for the guild to attempt the most hardcore ones.
  • So he does have all sorts of fancy titles and mounts from those achievements.
  • But he still uses the title he worked the hardest for: The Insane.
  • He also has the Loremaster, because he needed to know everything.
  • His characters would be a male worgen, if on the Alliance side and a male troll, if on the Horde side.
Rupphire Fic 2

Here’s the other one! It’s a little more out of character than the last. Sapphire has significantly less chill than she should. I think she does a lot of internal worrying anyway, so… yeah.

Sapphire woke up alone. She was never alone. She was never Sapphire. Where is Ruby? Where did she—oh. She remembers, remembers being forcibly split apart by some new technology, by some terrifying new Gem called Jasper, remembers being forced back into her gem without seeing Ruby, remembers Steven’s face

She has to find Ruby. Where did they take her?

No. No, she can’t panic, can’t worry herself into a fit. She needs to keep a level head. She’s the calm one. She’s the one who comes up with the rational plans, the one who sits on the sidelines thinking of battle strategy when she should be battling

She needs to sing. If she sings, Ruby will find her. Ruby could, and would, follow her voice anywhere, which scared her a bit. …irrelevant now. She needs to sing, Ruby will find her, she’ll be saved… again.

Once her singing moved to her mental ‘autopilot’, she found herself worrying in the worst way. She hates being the damsel in distress, the one who always needs saving, the one who couldn’t save a metaphorical cat from an even more metaphorical tree unless it was just a sapling with her feeble height, in which case the cat wouldn’t need saving. Ruby could. She could climb the tree, already carrying the blue gem’s weight, and climb down also holding the feline, all with ease. Sapphire is the weaker half when they aren’t fused, when she can’t use her calmness to stop Ruby’s outbursts before they happen (when she could, if only she thought to check). She’s weak on her own. Incomplete. She’s—

She’s being watched. She stops singing and turns to where she had felt eyes pierce her self-made bubble of mental isolation.

“Hello,” Steven says from beyond her cell, looking as cheerful as always even with his injuries. He’s got a dark, purpling eye, somewhat swollen. It looks incredibly bad, but humans were hard to judge to her own standards. Wounds showed up more severely on their fleshy bodies. “I liked your song. Did you get captured, too?”

She’s staring rudely, even if he can’t see under her bangs, gaping at the poor child. How did he get out? “Of course, you saw—“ she starts finally, only to cut herself off with realization. Of course he wouldn’t recognize her. He only knows her as Garnet. (So much for his birthday, her mind’s eye seems to tease, not allowing her to look farther than the few measly moments she used to cherish. It was like seeing only ten feet in front of her, and she shuddered to think of poor Ruby walking entirely blind.) “Yes,” she says instead. “How did you get out?”

“Hm? Oh!” he says, looking mildly surprised. “I kind of just…” He reached for the cage wall.

“No!” she says, throwing out a useless hand to try and stop him, but his hand slips through unhindered, stopping the very flow of energy. “How…?” (Flesh, her mind’s eye reminds her, helpfully for once. Organic.) “Of course.”

“Yeah! Come on through!” He holds up his arms to let Sapphire pass through safely. “I’m Steven. What’s your name?”

“Sapphire. I need to find Ruby.” She looks around but sees nothing. Well, nothing important. Nothing but green, great big artificial walls she would have welcomed before joining Rose.

“Ruby? Is she your friend? Did she get captured, too? I’m looking for my friends. We could look together!”

“…you could say that, yes.” She looks again, following the river farther forward. If she can just push to a few minutes rather than seconds, she can see… there. Certain capture, certain death, dead end… Ruby.  “Come on, this way.” She grabs his arm and pulls him along, running at full speed. Green walls fly past her. She looks straight ahead. She needs to find her.

“Wow, you’re fast! …wait, stop!”

She stops, not because she obeys Steven unquestioningly but because the request shocks her into stopping. He’s human, never experienced this speed before, is it like the teacups all over again? “What? Why?”

He doesn’t answer her. Not on purpose, anyway. “Lapis!”

“Steven?” the water gem asks from her own cell, looking utterly defeated.

Sapphire senses she’s unwanted. Lapis never liked Garnet, never liked any of the Crystal Gems. She wouldn’t want Sapphire here. “I’ll guard the doorway,” she says quietly, quickly flipping through timelines. More good than bad would come of her being on guard duty, as far as she could tell. It’s the safest option.

She stands in the hallway and tries desperately not to eavesdrop. She does anyway. She couldn’t help being curious. Still, she tries to act surprised when Steven comes out of the room alone. “What’s wrong? Was Lapis’s cage stronger?”

“No, she didn’t want help,” he says morosely. He perks up a moment later, back to his usual cheery self. “We’ll come back later. Let’s go find your friend Ruby, and my friends!”

Sapphire feels a pang of guilt at the mention of her ‘friend.’ Of course, Ruby is a friend, but she’s so much more. What if Steven was offended at them lying to him for so long? Garnet is who they are, but Steven is half human and raised as such. He only knows Fusion as a battle strategy, an interesting quirk of Gems, a fun experience every once in a while… even after Stevonnie, she was worried the young gem won’t understand. Walking slower, she attempts to explain tactfully. Tact was never her strong point. “Steven, you see, Ruby isn’t just a friend. She’s my other half. She’s—we’re—Ruby!”

Everything else becomes irrelevant the second the red gem comes into view. Sapphire runs to the cage, leaving a bewildered Steven far behind her. Ruby is curled up, panicking against the wall. She’s worried. Sapphire is used to worrying, but Ruby had always been in a position to do something about it. She was never stuck, always the knight and never the princess. Sapphire felt even worse now that she realized what happens when their roles are reversed.

“Sapphire?” Ruby squeaks, face lighting up as she stands. She forgets about the wall and tries to put her hands on it, only to pull back in a flurry of angry grumbling. “Ow… How are you out?”

“Steven,” the blue gem replies gently, and they each understand that it’s the only response necessary.

As if on cue, the mentioned gem catches up, grin wide. “Hey! Are you Ruby? Come on out!” he holds his arms up to let Ruby out the same way he had Sapphire, and out Ruby runs, directly to Sapphire for an embrace of pure relief.

“Did they hurt you?” Sapphire asks urgently, arms around her partner’s shoulders protectively.

“Who cares?” Ruby asks in disbelief, tears pricking in the corners of her eyes. “Did they hurt you?”

I care!” Sapphire says, kissing the tears as they fall. “I was so worried!”

“I’m fine,” Ruby says finally, smiling as she cries.

“I am, too.”

Ruby grins wider and lifts Sapphire up, spinning her around and giggling childishly. Their voices change pitch and meld together, and suddenly she becomes herself again.

Garnet lands on the ground in a crouch and grins. “Steven! Thank you!”

I remember having so much fun writing these and you might find a few more later i have ideas and i blame you and the rest of the rupphire squad ty ilu all