When you woke up, it wasn’t to the bright light shining in your face, or the groans of the good doctor next to you. No, you woke up from the pain in your side. You clutched at it, feeling the blood pooling from it.
“Shit,” you said, struggling to crawl out of the crashed space ship. You were up higher than you thought, so you fell further than you expected. You bit back another curse word as Leonard ran over to you.
“What the hell did you do that for?” he asked.
“I thought it would be fun,” you quipped. He rolled his eyes and studied your hand, that was clearly covering something. He tried to move your hand, but you pulled back.
“Y/N, just let me look.”
“I’m fine,” you said, standing up and immediately falling back down. Leonard laughed, even though there was no joy in it. He mostly sounded annoyed.
“Show me.” You sighed and removed your hand, and pulled up your shirt. Leonard examined your side, and eventually reached out to touch it. You pulled back again and he gave you one more look. You nodded and relaxed as he tried to clean it off as best he could. You were in unfamiliar territory and didn’t know if danger could approach, or when.
He reached into the ship and pulled out a bag of supplies, that was now almost entirely crushed. He looked through it, found nothing of use, and ripped off some of the fabric. He tied it around your waist and helped you stand.
“Are you ready to walk?” he asked. You nodded and took your first weak step. You let go of Leonard’s arm and walked on your own. He led the way, which wasn’t saying much, considering neither of you knew where you were. He walked in a general direction that didn’t look dangerous and you followed.
Each time you had to cross a ridge or climb up some rocks, Leonard would try to help you. You would hold up your hand and try to get him to stop. You told him you could handle it.
He stopped trying to help, but would always watch you cautiously. At one point, you fell down after climbing a big collection of rocks, that could nearly be considered a mountain. He rushed over to your side and helped you sit up.
“I’m fine,” you said, pulling away again.
“You’re not. You probably have internal bleeding. There’s a piece of the ship wedged into your side. You’re anything but fine.”
“I can take care of myself,” you said, trying to stand up again. Leonard was rather forceful as he pushed you back down.
“Dammit, Y/N. Let me help you.” You rolled your eyes, sitting still, but still resisting his help.
“I don’t need anyone’s help. We need to find the rest of the crew. That’s what’s more important here.”
“So you can just die, as long as we find the crew?” Leonard asked, cocking an eyebrow. You had never noticed how handsome he was, until this moment, when he was frustrated with you. You sighed and shrugged.
“My health isn’t the most important thing. It’s important for you to find the others.”
“The other’s are gonna need you, too. Now stop your complaining. There’s a cave up there. At least let me pull out the debris.”
“How?” you asked, as he helped pick you up. He didn’t answer but carried you to the cave, wedding style. “You don’t have any tools. How-”
“Shut up,” he said, setting you down. “I’m a doctor. I know what I’m doing. You’re safe with me,” he said. You fidgeted uncomfortably, but he looked up at you with beautiful eyes, whose color you couldn’t tell as it seemed to change in different lighting.
He pulled up your shirt and started removing the makeshift bandage. You winced and he moved slower. He cleaned it again, and looked up at you. You nodded.
“I’m gonna remove it.”
“It’s gonna hurt. I don’t have anything to give you.”
“You could give me your hand,” you said. He smiled ever so slightly, but shook his head.
“Unfortunately, I’ll need both my hands.” You nodded, and started panicking more. “Don’t worry. Just breath in through your nose and out through your mouth. I’ll still be here.”
“I won’t have anything to hold on to,” you said. He shook his head, and positioned himself so he was closer to you, leaning over your side.
“If you have to, grab onto me.”
“Anywhere. Just know that I’ll be here. Ready?” You fidgeted again but nodded. You closed your eyes, but then opened them a moment later, deciding that it was better to see what was happening.
“Okay, just hold on. I forgot to mention, that I’ll need to cauterize the wound, too.”
“You have to do what- AHH!” you screamed as he pulled the chunk out of your side. Your hand went flying towards his leg and you clutched his thigh. You softened your grip, but still had your hand on his leg.
“I’m sorry. I still have to-”
“I know. Just get it over with.”
“This is going to hurt a lot more,” he said, sympathetically, studying your face.
“It’s okay. I’m safe with you,” you said. He smiled and nodded. He moved across the cave, and you didn’t see him for a while. He came back with a lighted torch, which illuminated the worry on his face.
“Are you ready?” he asked.
“Do you wanna hold my hand now?” he asked. You nodded and eagerly took it. He gave your hand a slight squeeze before he put the torch to your skin. You screamed, and squeezed his hand as hard as you could. It was over within a second, and you struggled for air. Leonard threw the torch across the room and looked at your wound.
“How does it look?” you asked.
“Good. It’s properly cleaned and sealed. You should be fine, at least until we get back to the Enterprise.”
“If we get back.” He nodded and held out his hand. You took it and he lifted to your feet in a swift motion.
“You ready to go?” he asked, looking at you thoughtfully. You nodded.
“Yes. Thank you.” You leaned up and kissed his cheek as a thanks. He smiled and the two of you started walking. You were a few feet from the cave when you realized that you were still holding hands.
I know it’s one to another test pics etcetc, but it’s that I’m still working out things and it takes lots and LOTS of time due to going in and out of the game testing several times. butbutbut, I’m just too excited to not show anything xD Besides, it’s handy to know these details in case you see it and you’re like, WHAT THE ~~~. . when you have it in your own game, ha! (as my cc still has some surprises here and there hehe)
As you can see, despite the solid colors looking nice in CAS, patterns look like a nightmare. In game your patterns will be completely fine though. No probs on that! Yea, just a side not about this…
It’s because the uv’s quite tiny. I’m not kidding. The top is extremely long compared to the actual upperbody length,
-Bellamy is sad ( LET HIM BE HAPPY)
- Clarke still needs a Nap
- RAVEN WHERE ARE YOU
- Octavia learns to have a heart????
- Kabby phone sex
- y'all acid rain BURNS
-Memori is up to no good AGAIN
- Roan is looking fine AS HELL
- DID YOU SEE HARPERS ABS¿
- did you see Harpers sads 🙁
- Kane is Dad of the Year™
-also where was my sweet summer child Luna
If I'm writing a fic where Keith is very close to Mrs Fuentes, what kind of nickname/term of endearment would she have for him, if those exist?
well the basic nickname would be the diminutive version of someone’s name which is usually adding —ito at the end of someone’s name. so like it’d be like:
Keithito— which looks so weird, but it’s spoken just fine. or maybe Keito— idk it’s hard to tell because that’s not a spanish name and the sounds don’t translate well into spanish (it has to do with how the e’s and i’s are pronounced)
but most nicknames or terms of endearment that adults give to children/teenagers/people younger than them are like:
mijo/mija which is the phonetic way of saying mi hijo/mi hija
that’s just a handful of the basic ones but that’s a p good list