pan rat

[insert powerful and meaningful song here]

Princess Rapunzen, the true hero of this rat fairy tail.

It all started here, thanks to @windaura


TRICKSTER WEEK; day one: european

In 1284, while the town of Hamelin was suffering from a rat infestation, a piper dressed in colorful red clothing appeared, claiming to be a rat-catcher. He promised the mayor a solution to their problem with the rats. The mayor in turn promised to pay him for the removal of the rats. The piper accepted, and played his pipe to lure the rats into the Weser River, where all but one drowned. Despite the piper’s success, the mayor reneged on his promise and refused to pay him the full sum. The piper left the town angrily, vowing to return later to take revenge. On Saint John and Paul’s day, while the Hamelinites were in church, the piper returned, dressed in green, like a hunter, playing his pipe, and in so doing attracting the town’s children. One hundred and thirty children followed him out of town, where they were lured into a cave and never seen again.

(Also known as: Rattenfänger von Hameln, the Pan Piper, or the Rat-Catcher of Hamelin)

Jealousy Is A Funny Thing

Request(s): Hey! I was wondering if you could do a pan imagine where he finds you and felix in a “compromising” situation and gets the wrong idea and becomes really jealous so when he confronts you, you try to calm him down but it doesn’t work so you accidentally imply that you’d prefer Felix as he actually has a heart and obviously you regret it so you try and prove that you didn’t mean it except he’s trying to prove the same thing… But I haven’t really figured out an ending.. Sorry But please could it

Hi x3 I was wondering if you could do another Peter Pan imagine? Maybe, possibly about Pan getting jealous of a lost boy, Felix maybe(?), and getting all possessiveness over the reader? Sorry if I’m bothering you.. i love your imagines :) <3

Rating: K+

Pairing: Reader x Peter Pan

Note: I combined these two because they were so similar.

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Io nun m fid chiù e nisciun pecche nun m convien’,
a gent te promett a lun, ropp te riman a peer,
io so fedel solament’ a chi ma rat o’ pan,
come fann e can ca so megl’ e certi cristian,
vuoi fà o model ngopp o web sei tutta spogliat,
si foss pat’t t'acciress e mazzat,
e non è che facc o ‘ruoss,
non vogl fà a moral,
ma pò sfiz’ e nu mi piac mann a dignità a puttan.

Rocco Hunt




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That Awkward Conversation
  • Hook: Well I ought to have a say in whether Henry stays at private school in Storybrooke Academy or goes to public school, right?
  • Emma: I can't see why you would.
  • Hook: Well, I'm practically his granddad!
  • Emma: [suspicious] That's a weird-ass thing to say.
  • Hook: Well, I was as good as a second father to Bae--
  • Emma: [stops] When were you ever a 'second father' to Neal?
  • Hook: What I mean to say is that Milah and I--
  • Emma: Milah? What's your tattoo got to do with Neal?
  • Hook: It's just--
  • Emma: [eyebrows raised] ...
  • Hook: When I found him in Neverland and learned whose son he was--
  • Emma: When exactly are you talking about.
  • Hook: It was a long time ago.
  • Emma: [growing hard] So not, like, last month, when we ALL went to Neverland.
  • Hook: Emma, I've lived a long time.
  • Emma: And some of that in Neverland. WITH Neal...
  • Hook: I tried to help him, to honor his mother in that way.
  • Emma: His mother. Rumple's wife, who abandoned their family. [*it finally clicks*] For you. A pirate. She ran away with YOU. Neal's mom is *your* Milah. You're that man.
  • Hook: And Rumplstiltzkin murdered her, took her from me.
  • Emma: [getting worked up] And Neal? You FOUND him in Neverland, when he was trapped there for endless, ageless years?
  • Hook: I fished him out of the Never Sea, he'd only just arrived. Merely by chance.
  • Emma: And what did you two do together, then? Wait. You had been in his cave before--seen those drawings of his before--? Were you working together to escape, to defeat Pan? [smells a rat] Neither of you seemed very cozy with each other to me. And Neal's cave--it--Well, it sure as hell didn't seem like a place he was used to entertaining company in.
  • Hook: We weren't together for long. Circumstances...conspired to separate us.
  • Emma: I don't like where this is going.
  • Hook: We don't have to talk about it. I'd be fine if we didn't.
  • Emma: No, you're gonna talk, and you're going to explain, and you're gonna keep talkin' until I tell you to shut up. And then I'm gonna go find Tinkerbell, and anything you've lied about...she'll know, and then I'LL know. So bring it on, *Granddad*. You've got a lot of explaining to do...
  • Hook: You're saying Neal never spoke to you about us. About our time together.
  • Emma: I know he could sail the Jolly Roger--obviously I watched him do that. When you tried to murder Gold he recognized you. That's it. That's what I know. So start with finding him in the Never Sea. *After* you and Milah ran away without saying goodbye to her son.
  • Hook: [not wanting her to forget] *After* Rumplestiltzkin tore the heart out of her chest in front of my very eyes, *and* took my hand from me, and I vowed my eternal revenge. [lets several beats pass as he gets out his flask] You're not going to like this. [takes a bracing swig and holds it out to Emma]
  • Emma: Trust me, I already don't. [acknowledges offer of his flask] No, thanks. I'm good.
  • Hook: Might take the edge off, Love.
  • Emma: [gives him a look that clearly shows she's just fine with 'the edge', and has no desire to muddy her recall of what he's about to say with rum] So start talking.
  • Hook: [resigned, totally backed into a corner, and planning to tell the truth] Very well. It was a dark night on the Never Sea. Impossible to spot The Shadow in that sort of sky. We'd been sailing it just on the edge of getting on Pan's nerves to the point he would come after us. Something fell from the sky--too large to be a bird--and dropped into the sea, where instead of swimming, or even flailing, it just sank down for a moment like a rock. The crew hoisted it on deck. It was a lad--only just older than the age of a cabin boy--soaking wet and in a fancy dressing gown. My men were greatly pleased. It appeared we had rescued something The Shadow--and therefore Pan--would be eager to have returned to him. That we had fished some leverage for ourselves out of the Never Sea... [looks to her to gauge her response thus far]
  • Emma: *Nice*. Go on...
  • - - - -
  • Nettlestone Nell: I really wanted to write this with Emma walking out on Hook, 1000% done with him, that was totally the moment I was writing toward, and it was all supposed to be sort of humorous. But the longer I wrote the conversation, the more I realized that no matter how much she might want to walk away the more he had to cop to having transgressed in his relationship with Neal, the more she would NEED to stay--because this was the only person (other than Rumple) who could tell her about Neal as Bae in the years following Rumple abandoning him.
  • Emma would stay for Neal, for learning about him. For herself, and for Henry. No matter how 1000% done she might be with Hook (especially on a romantic level--this information being a real mood-killer) after such a confession, she wouldn't walk out on it. wouldn't walk out on Nealfire's story. I'm convinced of that.