ship: evil is a strong word

“The ________ Biased”

hello friends I am really excited about this post. Please remember this is all in good fun and is no way really accurate it is just based on my dumb observations. THESE DON’T APPLY TO EVERYONE OK!!!!!! I hope you enjoy!

The S.Coups Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Calls the other members their kids, will never shut up about how good his voice is, usually the mom friend of their group
  • What Tag They Use: Something that revolves around “my husband”
  • Their Ship: Hardcore Jicheol or Jeongcheol. They will take their respective ship to the grave.
  • Their Bias Wrecker: 99% of the time their bias wrecker is another person from the hip hop unit. ( the other 1% has a bias wrecker from the vocal unit)

The Jeonghan Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Has very strong opinions about the short vs. long hair debate, understands how underrated his dancing is, VERY COMPETITIVE
  • What Tag they use: “My evil sunshine!”
  • Their Ship: Jeongcheol or honestly any ship. This boy is a major flirt.
  • Their Bias Wrecker: All 12 other members, just like Jeonghan.

The Josh Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Very soft, usually plays the ukulele or guitar, really into memes
  • What Tag They Use: Usually involves “shua” instead of his full name, often accompanied by the word “soft”
  • Their Ship: Jihan or American Line
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Jeonghan or Vernon

The Jun Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Listens to “My I” at least five times a day, watches only the second verse of the aju nice choreography, very flirty in an awkward way
  • What Tag They Use: “Jun Saved Kpop”
  • Their Ship: Junhao or die
  • Their Bias Wrecker: 75% Wonwoo 25% The8

The Hoshi Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Adore fansign pictures, like choreography videos/dance practices 10x better than actual music videos
  • What Tag They Use: Something involving a hamster or “what a squish”
  • Their Ship: SoonHoon
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Either someone super similar like Seungkwan or someone really different like Woozi/Wonwoo

The Wonwoo Biased: 

  • Key Traits: okay tbh usually very intelligent, also Wonwoo was probably their bias wrecker but one day just took over, realllyyy artsy and angsty
  • What Tag They Use: “My Stars!” or something poetic
  • Their Ship: Meanie
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Jun or Mingyu

The Woozi Biased:

  • Key Traits: INTENSE, very loyal, doesn’t sleep much, high key music snob with a big cd/vinyl collection
  • What Tag They Use: Something with the word “small”
  • Their Ship: Soonhoon or Jicheol
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Suga from BTS or Hoshi No one because they are 1000% SET ON HIM

The DK Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Usually has really great teeth, sings in the shower, has good cheekbones, believes we could use DK’s smile for solar energy, loves high notes, Boom Boom is their favorite title track
  • What Tag They Use: “MY SUNSHINE!”
  • Their Ship: BooSeokSoon
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Scoups or Seungkwan

The Mingyu Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Big heart, Mansae is their favorite era, really loves dogs
  • What Tag They Use: “Gentle Giant” or “Puppy”
  • Their Ship: Meanie or Gyuhao its a 50/50
  • Their Bias Wrecker: The8? Jeonghan? Honestly could go anyway it switches like every other day

The The8 Biased: 

  • Key Traits: Really good comebacks in an argument, really likes to read?, probably is/was an athlete
  • What Tag They Use: Minghao bc “The8″ is dumb
  • Their Ship: 90% GyuHao+JunHao 10% WonHao
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Someone else from Performance Team

The Seungkwan Biased:

  • Key Traits: Replays Seungkwan’s high notes, often sarcastic, excited about really small things, easily distracted
  • What Tag They Use: Really long tags about how much they love him, honestly like novels sometimes
  • Their ship: Verkwan 100%
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Usually someone else from vocal team

The Vernon Biased:

  • Key Traits: Probably likes the X-Files, #1 Hip Hop Team Stan, Hates the word “Headlines”, low key bi
  • What Tag They Use: “Bunny” or “DiCaprio” 
  • Their Ship: 90% Verkwan and 10% American Line
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Woozi is a dark horse in their bias list I’m js

The Dino Biased:

  • Key Traits: Probably was a Girl/Boy Scout, very unique,
  • What Tag They Use: “I’m so proud!” and “chan <3″
  • Their Ship: Dino x the love and affection of all of Seventeen
  • Their Bias Wrecker: Probably someone else from Performance too

I hope you enjoyed! All of my requests are open :) Flood my inbox!

anonymous asked:

Hello! So I was scouring the Internet for advice today but I couldn't find any on this topic. My problem isn't that I don't have any ideas (I probably have too many) but the problem is that I don't LOVE any of my ideas. I like them. I think they're all fine ideas. But liking them isn't going to motivate me long enough to finish a novel. How can I give my ideas that extra uumph to make me love them? How can I figure out what's missing or why I don't feel this way about any of my ideas?

Hello, nonny!  What a challenging question…  This one’s been in my inbox a couple days, just because it’s such a big question.  But I’ve thought it over and I think I have some ideas for you :)


The Thrill Is Gone – How to Find It Again

So generally, there’s no one answer or cure-all to this problem.  I’ve had this issue multiple times, with different causes.  My first novel didn’t have enough meat to the plot; my second novel had been over-planned in my head to the point that it no longer excited me.  My third novel had way too much plot, so that by the time I got ¾ the way through, I’d written over 200K words and felt sick of the idea.  I started my fourth novel way too soon, and am now going back and planning it more!  So there are obviously many different reasons that a story doesn’t take off (or dries up eventually).

The first step is to figure out what’s missing, like you said.  There are a few aspects of your story to assess…


1. Plot

I’m discussing plot first because, to me, it’s the most important part of fiction.  Plot, conflict, and stakes are foremost to my stories.  You could have the most complex and sympathetic characters, but without plot, they’re static and become boring.  But for some reason, this is the part of story ideas that new authors neglect most!

So if your story has great characters and an immersive setting, but you can’t get into it, try asking a few questions about your plot:

  • What is the point of the plot?  What’s the message you’re conveying in the story?  Even if your story isn’t an allegory or a metaphor or the next Chronicles of Narnia, there should always be a conclusion to which all plots arrive – otherwise, the story can feel aimless.  The best way to find your message is to look at the conflicts involved (e.g. Man vs. Man, Man vs. Nature, etc.) and find the “winner”.  What worldview, belief, or concept “defeats” the other concepts?  It can be as simple as Good vs. Evil, or more complex, like Loving the Sincere Drug Addict vs. Settling for the Selfish Dentist (provokes the question “Is love worth danger in relationships?”).
  • Does the plot have ups and downs?  And really consider both ends of the spectrum here.  Stories become dull if they are made up of victory after victory – or if they’re made up of nothing but loss and tragedy.  No matter the genre, you have to strike some sort of balance, lest the story become predictable and emotionally non-engaging.  Find victories and failures, even in unassuming places, to keep readers invested and hopeful.
  • Do you have a satisfactory ending?  Or do you have the ending     planned yet?  I’ve found that I can’t really commit to an idea unless I see a resolution – otherwise I feel too nervous to start.  If you do have an ending planned, make sure it’s the right ending.  It can feel like there’s one possible conclusion, and once you’ve found it, you stick to it – but question it, brainstorm it.  It may not be a happy ending every time, but when you find the right one, you’ll know it.
  • Do you have the right plot at all?  Look at your story as a whole.  Does it start too early or too late, relative to the real meat,     the real action?  Is it told from the most impactful POV?  Does the plot cover too much ground for one book, or is it not enough to fill the pages?  Consider all the characters, backstories, and subplots you have, and ask yourself if any of them are more interesting than the main plot.  If so, shift your focus.  Use them instead.

2. Characters

Maybe it’s not your plot that’s going sideways.  Maybe you have it all worked out – the head, the tail, the whole damn thing – but it still doesn’t feel right.  It doesn’t feel like it’s coming to life, somehow.  It feels flat.

That can be a character problem.  It would be like sitting by the campfire and hearing the most fascinating, horrifying story, except it’s told by a man with The Most Boring Voice Who Talks So Incredibly Slowly and Takes All the Fun Out of Everything.  An example: The Hunger Games.  Those books bored the crap out of me.  Unless someone was being killed or Haymitch and Effie were interacting, I just didn’t care.  And those books had a great plot behind them!

So here’s what you need for a good cast of characters:

  • A solid protagonist.  Solid = three-dimensional, empathetic, and relatable; having a goal, an internal conflict, a self-image, and fears or shame.  They should have different facets of themselves – their head and their heart, their desires and doubts, and that little voice in their head that says, “Give up on that.  Be realistic.”  Give them strengths, weaknesses, and a couple of bad habits, for kicks.
  • A variety of supporting characters.  You don’t have to have thirty characters + six secret characters stuffed under your trench coat; but with however many characters you have, make them as different from each other as possible.  Give them some similarities, of course, so that they can relate to each other – but never make them so close together that you have to decide, “Who should say this line?  Character A or Character B?”  Make them unique enough that the words come out of their mouths, instead of you having to decide where to put the words, yourself.
  • Relationships, relationships, relationships.  And I’m not talking about romantic relationships.  I mean, sure, those too – but there are many different kinds of relationships to explore.  Friendships, enemy-ships (?), parent relationships, sibling-ships, silent alliances, “annoying friend-of-a-friend”-ships, “my-ex’s-little-sister”-ships, “you’re-the-ruler-of-the-galaxy-and-a-Sith-lord-but-also-my-dad-please-stop-being-evil”-ships…  You get the idea.  Make them unique, make them strong, and allow them to evolve over the course of the story.
  • Diverse morals, interests, and personalities.  My first short stories focused on white middle-class people who were culturally and politically identical.  They lived in one house, usually, and watched the same TV shows and made the same references.  They had the same sense of humor.  They rarely disagreed on anything that wasn’t clear-cut (e.g. “You drank the last Pepsi!”  “I was thirsty!”).  So do yourself a favor and don’t make my mistakes.  Give your characters unique ethics, cultures, backgrounds, personalities, goals, appearances, and conflicts.  You’ll be more invested by then, I’m sure.

3. Setting

Lastly, I’d like to add that while your characters and plot could be well-developed, there’s always a chance that they’re placed in the wrong setting.  This is why many story ideas can seem great, but won’t get off the ground – maybe they’re set in a pre-made universe like Middle Earth or Panem when they could be their own story.  Maybe your tragic romance is set in the middle of apocalyptic war, when instead, it should be drained down to a period piece.  Maybe your story is perfect, except you’re writing it too close to home – in the real world, in the present year.  There are a million factors to picking the right setting, including:

  • Applicable history and culture.  If you’re writing a story about someone who’s oppressed, or someone who’s a politician, or someone who’s a witch, you’re going to need to back that up with history.  Develop a history for the oppression or politics or witchcraft – where these things began, how they developed over time – and a culture for them now – how oppressed people survive and how witches in your world interact, etc.
  • Imaginative scenery, influenced by the characters.  Even if your story takes place in New York City in 2017, allow your characters’ living spaces and workplaces to have a unique touch – colors and quirks that your readers can see in their mind.  If even you can’t see what you’re writing, inspiration is going to be difficult to find.
  • A lifelike background.  Just because the plot focuses on your characters does not mean everything going on behind it should be quiet and dead.  Anyone who looks out a window in a city building can see other people living – people on the highway will see other cars taking other people other places.  Everyone who has a friend will hear a little something about their friend’s siblings, their friend’s friends, their friend’s neighbors.  Life and stories exist outside of your plot; make sure you’re not writing about a ship in a bottle.
  • An aesthetic.  That sounds gross and teen-tumblr-y, but let me tell you personally: I don’t feel truly ready to write (and love) my story until I can hear the music for the future movie adaptation – until I can see the kind of clothes the people wear, the games they play, the places they eat and shop.  I think of the colors and themes in my scenes (e.g. my first novel was set primarily at night in a grunge/city setting; my current novel is very green and outdoorsy and gives me that feeling of bonfires just after sunset).  Once you get that “feeling” from your story, you’ll know it.

Anyway, this reply took me like three days to write because I really wanted to get into it.  I hope some of this helps you to fall in love with one of your ideas, so you can get started :)  If you have any more questions, be sure to send them in!

(I have 26 questions in the inbox, though, so be patient with me…)


If you need advice on writing, fanfiction, or NaNoWriMo, you should maybe ask me!

 WonderCon - Interview Masterlist

NERDOPHILES 
- Playing evil Fitz
- “I don’t wear cologne.” “Do you not?!”
- Aspects of their characters they like the most
- Working with John Hannah
- The Framework
- “Me and Henry are together now. Brett doesn’t know.”

RICHARD OH / GEEKSPEAKVIDEOS
- Elizabeth’s reaction to the Fitz/Aida relationship
- The Framework
- Iain on how it feels to play a villain
- Iain talks Fitz/AIDA - “It’s been awesome, it’s been great.”
- “Manipulating is a strong word, but Chloe get’s information out of people.”
- Pods vs whole season arc

RAMA’S SCREEN
- Shipping? Iain: “Relishing would be such a better word.”
- Who is Fitz in the Framework?
“Maybe you’re just not as bright…” “We’ll finish this conversation.”
-
Simmons waking up underground? “THAT WOULD BE CRAZY!”
-
Papa Fitz
- Inspiration for FM!Fitz? “People from certain regimes in WOII.”
- Framework Fitz the new James Bond? “It could be your audition for Bond!”
- “I never forgot about him on Maveth, I’m going to have a word or two to say.”
-
FitzSimmons always finding their way back together; “It’s what I’m hoping for.”

HOLLYWOOD NEWS SOURCE / SEAT42F.COM / WHEDONOPOLIS
“Elizabeth loves everything glitter and everything leopard print. Loves it.”
- “I thought it [Fitz/AIDA kiss] was really hot.” “Things just got weird.”
- Fitz/AIDA in Framework “perfectly normal”, in real world “Fucking bonkers!”
-
Elizabeth talks stabbing LMD!Fitz in 4x15
- Jed Whedon directing + Daisy/Jemma hug
- Iain would like to be able to fly, Elizabeth ruins it by being practical
- Clark, Chloe and Jeph Leob interrupt interview.
- Easter eggs in Framework

THE MARVEL REPORT
- Will FitzSimmons get their cottage? “It’s a rocky road to Perthshire.”
- Papa Fitz
- Iain really enjoyed filming the LMD!Fitz stabbing scene
“You know what you did so well, falling down.” “I think that was a stuntman.”

FANBASE PRESS
- “I finally get separated from Fitz. Although, I did miss working with you.”
- “You were good in that one.” “You were great too, though you were evil.”
- If they could play any other role on the show, who would it be? “Mack.”

WITH AN ACCENT TV
- Jemma’s Buffy moment
“Iain, how do you get to be so handsome on the television?”
- “They’re doomed forever. Everything that happened is now lost.”
- Iain confirms that yes, real Fitz does want to get married.

GEEK POPCULTURE NETWORK (with Jason O’Mara)
- SHIELD/HYDRA badge
“Brutal” midseason finale

Do you think the universe fights for souls to be together?
Some things are too strange and strong to be coincidences. [x]

I’m a woman of my word. I promised more arts, right? ;)

Now all I ever wanted is for yall to get inspired to make something for this ship as well. Wake up the others! Yell at my face how much we deserved this peaceful stroll on Arcadia deck scene with our two dorks just enjoying their free time watching the sunset. Give me all your headcanons. Just, do it.

Taking Down the Crocodile.

Request from @modified-wonderlandHey! I’m not sure if you’ll like this idea, but how about a situation where the reader is trying to steal from Killian’s ship. He catches her only to find out the item she was trying to steal was to locate/kill someone who hurt her: Killian’s sworn enemy, Rumplestiltskin.

Note: Hope you enjoy! <3

Killian Jones x Reader x Rumpelstiltskin

Words: 2,172

Disclaimer: None of the GIFs used are mine. All credit goes to their creators <3

It was here somewhere, it had to be, there was no way you were going to risk your life raiding a pirate ship only to find nothing. You knew that the whole crew of this ship were currently drowning themselves in ale in a tavern close-by so they weren’t going to be back anytime soon which meant you could search every single crook and cranny that could possibly hide the item you were looking for.

“What you seek is a gem. Its beauty will draw you in but a warning to you my dear…it is dangerous. The magic held within it is enough to bring the Dark One himself down so use it carefully.”

You had gone to see the ‘village crazy’ because you had just about reached rock bottom and the old woman seemed to be the only option you had left. Although she was unable to see physical things around her due to the injury she sustained after being caught up in one of the fires the Evil Queen had started in the village she was able to see a whole lot more than the average person.

She had a strong connection with the spiritual world and there had also been rumours that she could see into the future too. So you would take each and every word she said to you seriously….if it meant you could finally get your revenge.

“You will find it hidden in the heart of a ship that holds a skull and crossbones and bears the name ‘Jolly Roger’….lay your eyes upon that ship and you will find what you desire.”

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The Ungovernable Ones Part 3 - King of Darkness

Pairing: None – Featuring LIJ/FC – This Chapter features EVIL/FC

Category: None really.

Warnings: Language

Part 3 of The Ungovernable Ones – King of Darkness Chapter 2/3

Part 1

Part 2

You felt refreshed the next morning. A good night’s sleep had done wonders for your mind set and you were bound and determined to get over this little; crush, on Evil and do your job. Of course those well-intentioned ideals flew right out the window the next morning when you saw him again. In the lobby he had been stopped by a young fan, and you drew up short as he took the time to pose with the little one for several pictures before signing an autograph. You watched with a smile as the child ran back to its parents, the biggest smile on his face as he babbled excitedly about meeting his hero.

“I saw that.” You said as you slid into the waiting car, looking pointedly at Evil who was texting on his phone.

“Saw what?” Evil asked not bothering to look up from his screen.

“The child. I saw you with the child.” You prodded, smiling when he finally gave you his attention.

“And?” He asked.

“You do have a soft side.” You said, smile quickly turning to a frown when he snorted.

“Are you that fucking clueless?” He asked with a smirk. “That kid thinks I’m his hero. He runs back to his parents telling them how great I am and how many pictures I took with him. Then when he begs to go see my shows they will be happy to buy him tickets. They will buy him all the t-shirts he wants. And you know what that does pretty girl? That puts money in my pocket.”

“So you expect me to believe it’s all for the money?” You asked. “I don’t believe that for one second Evil.” You refused to accept his callous explanation. You also refused to acknowledge him calling you pretty. You were not thinking about that at all.

“Believe what you wish.” He said with a shrug turning his attention back to his phone.

You rolled your eyes at the man’s obstinacy. God forbid he actually show sensitivity. The ride continued in silence for several minutes, your gaze on the passing traffic.

“I’m horny, you should suck my dick.” Evil’s voice broke the heavy silence and your eyes flew to his at his blunt words. He looked as if he fully expected you to drop down to your knees.

“I’m sorry?” You sputtered. “You can’t just say things like that.”

“That’s right. Your daddy’s little restrictions.” Evil scoffed. “How’s that work when you want to suck me off?”

“I do not.” you vehemently protested.

“Sure you don’t.” Evil said with a roll of his eyes. “You think I can’t tell when someone wants to gag on my dick?” He smirked.

“This conversation is over.” You said firmly.

Evil lapsed back into silence, that smirk firmly in place as he stared down at his phone screen. You fumed in silence the rest of the ride outraged at the audacity of the man and at the same time cursing yourself for considering, for even the slightest of a millisecond, dropping to your knees in front of Evil. You hated that the man was so under your skin that you would consider that. Considering the reservations you had taking this job, and the restrictions put in place for your protection it would be like a slap in your father’s face for you to consort with any of the members of LIJ. And you needed to remember that.

Which lasted for approximately two weeks. You did your best to maintain a professional distance from them, particularly Evil who seemed to dominate your thoughts lately. Unfortunately, schedules dictated that you were in close proximity with the man over the course of the next few weeks due to the New Japan World Tag Leagues that Evil was participating in with Sanada. So of course you were stuck with the thorn in your side that was Sanada as well. New Japan wanted you to focus on their navigation through the tournament, leading them to assign a temporary assistant to Naito, Bushi and Hiromu while you were otherwise occupied. Needless to say you were hearing about that from them.

You had been enjoying the relative silence that came with being around the two quietest members of LIJ. However, at the moment you were stewing in anger as you watched them laughing and joking with each other as they were speaking with an interviewer for the tournament. You didn’t want to focus too much on why you were angry, knowing that if you evaluated the emotion too deeply you would identify it as jealousy. You were jealous that both Evil and Sanada were heavily flirting with the pretty interviewer.

“So what’s you special about her?” You asked Sanada with a sneer as you slid into the back of the car at the end of the interview. “I’m prettier than she is.” You really wanted to slap that smirk of Sanada’s face. Stupid smug asshole.

“God I just want to slap you,” You spat at him when he didn’t bother giving you a response, folding your arms in a huff across your chest when the corner of his lip twitched further in amusement while Evil outright laughed.

The remainder of the trip was spent in relative quiet, you staring out the window cursing your two headstrong charges as they conversed as if you weren’t pouting. It was late when you finally arrived back at the hotel and your already frayed temper quickly unraveled as the hotel made a mistake in your booking leaving you stuck sharing a room with the two men.

Leading to the one-sided argument you were currently in the middle of with the two men who didn’t seem to find anything wrong with the current arrangements. You wouldn’t be so upset and “overreacting” as Evil put it if Sanada hadn’t ubiquitously claimed one of the queen beds as his own as he told Evil he had no intentions of sharing a bed with either of them. Evil had simply shrugged, not really caring. Your arguments that you should take one bed and they should share the other had been completely ignored.

You stood there mouth hanging open in shock as Sanada simply stepped around you and into the bathroom, completely walking out on your arguments.

“I hate him.” You growled at Evil throwing yourself down on the bed sulkily.

“I’m pretty sure the feeling is mutual.” Evil said stripping off his shirt and tossing it onto his suitcase. You tried not to stare, you really did, but you couldn’t help yourself. There was no way you could look away from the masterpiece on display in front of you. Your eyes stayed firmly fixated on him as his hands dipped down to his trousers and unbuttoned them, following the path as they dropped to the floor pausing on his muscular thighs before darting back up as he turned his back to you and staring at his taut buttocks.

“You keep proclaiming how much you don’t want me, but the way you’re looking at me tells a different tale.” Evil said eyes locking on yours in the mirror reflection smirking as you flushed deep red.

“Well, you are very attractive.” You admitted sheepishly. “But that doesn’t mean I’m going to fuck you.” A slew of curse words flew from your mouth as he gave an unconcerned shrug before moving towards the bed and pushing back the covers.

“What are you doing?” You asked incredulously shrinking back against the wall.

“Going to bed?” Evil stated/asked with a confused head tilt.

“Not like that!” You waved a hand at his boxer clad body. The last thing you needed was the temptation of sleeping next to a nearly nude Evil.

“How am I supposed sleep?” He asked with irritation.

“Like you normally do.” You said.

“Okay.” Evil said hands moving to his boxers and shucking them before you could stop him. Your protests died on your lips as you got a very good eyeful of exactly what Evil was carrying around.

“If you are going to do that with her, at least wait until I leave,” Both your heads jerked towards Sanada who was slipping into a fitted suit jacket. “It’s nothing I want to see.”

“Have fun,” Evil replied with a casual wave.

“Always do,” Sanada smirked walked out the door.

You turned your attention back to Evil, your hand flying to cover your eyes. “Why are you still naked?”

“You told me to sleep like I normally do. This is my normal sleep attire.” Evil said with a smug grin.

“Put your underwear back on!” You commanded not removing your hand until you heard his disgruntled mumbling and the sound of rustling clothing.

Feeling the bed dip beside you, you rolled on your side to face the wall trying valiantly to ignore the man lying next to you. Forcing your breathing into an even pattern you lay willing yourself to sleep.

“How long are going to pretend you don’t what this?” Evil asked his raspy voice breaking the still night air. “Cause you and I could be having a lot of fun rather than laying on opposite sides of this nice big bed.” You didn’t respond, keeping yourself perfectly still. “Time’s wasting. Wait too long and Seiya is likely to walk in on us.” Evil paused and gave a dirty chuckle. “Unless you want him to join us? He may be willing.”

“He hates me!” You protested flipping around to face him.

“So you do want him to join?” In the dim moonlight you saw him nonchalantly shrug. “I’m cool with that.”

“No I don’t want him to join!” You said.

“Okay, so just us the first time.” Evil responded with an unrepentant grin. “All you have to do is say the word and I’ll fuck you until you can’t walk straight.”

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grumpyeeveelady  asked:

Yesssssssss oh man. The missed opportunity on the whole Jackson as Peter's child just it makes my heart heart. Jackson already has that Hale Resting Bitch Face down and to see those two playing off of each other just. My current silly AU head canon that I would love to write someday is that Jackson and Cora are twins and both Peter's children that he doesn't remember. Talia kept Cora as her own because she was a Were but Jax was shipped off to be adopted because he was human. Angst for ALL.

That is not a silly AU head canon. In fact, it is an awesome head canon! I would read ALL THE WORDS about this. I am imagining the two of them getting to know each other, and how much they would butt heads. Both of them are strong personalities (Look who their dad is though, lol). Imagine how much horrified delight Stiles would find in this. And poor Derek. He never really liked Jackson and now he’s family/pack?? Aww. lol.

Ever since @thisdiscontentedwinter brought up the idea of evil Talia (idk if DW is the originator of Evil Talia or not, but that’s where I saw the idea), I have been in love with it. We know that there were human pack members in the Hale fire, so I don’t think Talia would necessarily keep Cora out of a sense of species superiority. Or maybe she did. Maybe she was fine with human members as long as they were distantly related. A niece or nephew that was born human? Ick. Or maybe she made a deal with the mother that she could keep one twin and the pack would keep the other (stranger things have happened). But I’d love to hear why she made the decision! I will forever be sad and annoyed that Peter’s memories of his child(ren) were taken from him. That was a dick move no matter the reasoning.

Mostly, what I love about this headcanon is the idea of Jackson getting a sister out of the deal. The guy so clearly craved blood-related family. He wanted a way to permanently belong. Giving him a father would be awesome (even an evil-at-the-time one), but I think it would have been even better for him to get a sister out of the deal. It could also help explain, a little, why Cora was on her own before she ended up back in Beacon Hills. Maybe she inherently knew she was missing someone. Maybe she was out there looking for her twin. Derek and Laura and Peter are all related to her, but she didn’t spend nine months sharing a womb with them. She missed her other half.

Gah. I really could kiss your brain for this idea. I love it so much. Jackson and Cora as twins! AMAZING!!