me: *thinks about Grima while doing the dishes* what if Morgan came to the past and didn’t lose her memories but still got separated from the rest of the children, but then Grima from alternate future got into trouble and had to possess Morgan when Robin’s body was damaged, and ran away to the past, too. And then he found the real Morgan and murdered her and started to pretend he’s her (having her body ofc) and he faked his amnesia just to avoid bothering with lying about Morgan’s childhood because he obviously didn’t know all of the details and it would be suspicious if suddenly Morgan began to tangle herself in her memories. Her “ouch, my head, but wow I remember something!” WAS A LIE And then Robin sacrifices himself, wakes up in the field, Chrom picks him up, they hug and Robin cries because finally everything is over, they won, he’s free of the fell blood, grima is gone. And then there’s Morgan standing next to them and she’s like
me: looks down at the dishes. There’s a knife in my hand,
It’s finally finished and I’m so happy with it. Work based on the amazing fic Breaks Me in Two by @loerlei on Ao3. Thank you for letting me use your fic as inspiration! Thank you everyone for all the support and feedback! Please let me know what you think! And please reblog and like. This is it 100% done :)
hello i have completely fallen in love with @seraphinitegames‘s interactive novel Wayhaven Chronicles, a hella well written story where not only can you choose what gender your protagonist is (including being NB!!) but you can also choose their sexual orientation which affects the LI’s genders. finally i’m not limited to the singular “gay option” and can pursue whoever my heart fancies!! like Ava, hard-ass muscle girl who can pick me up, thanks.
Anyway, my detective is ~Laure Oriani~, a scary lady with control issues a mile wide. She hates being belittled and talked down to, and she’s worked incredibly hard to always be the smartest person in the room… so she’s not particularly pleased by this quartet of vampires making a monkey show of her first investigation. She’s sarcastic, smarmy, confrontational, too intelligent for her own good and, overall, completely enamored with her own opinions, making her a complete pain in the ass to deal with.
Poor Ava. She really doesn’t deserve this.
Laure does have the occasional redeeming quality, like valuing the safety of Wayhaven above all else and being an extremely hard worker who functions well even with zero sleep. Despite her outstanding arrogance, she tries not to be rude or dismissive to the townsfolk, though… there were definitely times when Tina had to elbow her and tell Laure to cool it a little. Ava kind of brings out the worst in her though, at least in the beginning - she reminds the detective of all of her weaknesses and everything she wishes she could be.The rest of the team sighs audibly in the background as they bicker and posture around each other.