Professor Xavier broadcasts his telepathic message to the world regardless of heroes, villains or civilians alike on working together to help in fighting the bigger cosmic threat Xodus the Forgotten Celestial.
Punishment (1129 words) by meridian_rose Chapters: 1/1 Fandom: Black Sails Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Captain Flint/John Silver Characters: Captain Flint (Black Sails), John Silver, Hal Gates Additional Tags: Whipping, Corporal Punishment, Hurt/Comfort, Other characters mentioned - Freeform, Community: hc_bingo, Established Relationship Summary: Dufresne’s insistence on punishing Silver is meant to hurt Flint. Unable to refuse, Flint administers the whipping himself - as well as the aftercare.
Inside my world Milo’s family name is Tebelakis and Shaina’s one is Corelli as I really enjoyed Captain’s Corelli Mandolin from Louis de Bernières.
My headcanon (so, it is about my own imagination) : Shaina was unwanted by her parents and she lived in an orphanage in the north of Italy. She was bitten by a snake and taken back to the orphanage where, they were expecting her to die but she made a remarkable overnight recovery. In the mountain village, religious people were convinced that this was the work of the devil (I know…I know, my imagination…) Out of mercy, they wanted to exile her. An emissary from the Sanctuary came for her… She should had been from the Serpentine’s house but the Golden knight was banished from Athena’s sacred grown. The 13rd temple was swallowed down. The Serpentine gold armor was reduced to a Silver one as a punishment for betrayal… Scorpio, Ophiuchus and Sagittarius are zodiacally “close”. As Sagittarius Aiolos died, Pope Saga asked a favor to Scorpio Milo : to keep an eye on her… I see them getting closer after Poseidon… I like to imagine them training together.
Poison love… Charles Baudelaire is my favorite poet. I am passionate about “flowers of evil” / “Les fleurs du mal”. Here the poison one.
Wine knows how to adorn the most sordid hovel With marvelous luxury And make more than one fabulous portal appear In the gold of its red mist Like a sun setting in a cloudy sky. Opium magnifies that which is limitless, Lengthens the unlimited, Makes time deeper, hollows out voluptuousness, And with dark, gloomy pleasures Fills the soul beyond its capacity. All that is not equal to the poison which flows From your eyes, from your green eyes, Lakes where my soul trembles and sees its evil side… My dreams come in multitude To slake their thirst in those bitter gulfs. All that is not equal to the awful wonder Of your biting saliva, Charged with madness, that plunges my remorseless soul Into oblivion And rolls it in a swoon to the shores of death. Translated by William Aggeler. 1954
Heroes shelves are now finished! It’s a delicate ecosystem and takes a long time to set up right. It’s enough to make me not want to get another batch of figures for a very, very, very long time. Hahaha!
How about some weird laws? Perhaps the result of religious beliefs or superstition, perhaps outdated, or perhaps downright nonsensical. Regardless, it’s the law!
1. Wearing shoes in city limits
2. Possession of dairy products
3. Making eye contact 4. Traveling in groups of three or more between sunset and sunrise 5. Completing a purchase without saying “thank you” 6. Re-gifting 7. Opening a door without knocking first 8. Raising your hands above shoulder height 9. Eating anything red or orange 10. Possession of silver (coins included)
1. A thorough public slapping
2. Peed upon by dogs
3. Must issue a public apology 4. Must issue a public apology in the form of a poem 5. Cash penalty (1d20 x 10 gold) discarded down the well 6. TWELVE YEARS DUNGEON! 7. Flogging by children 8. Must squire for the local lord / mayor / king, etc. for the day 9. Bloodletting 10. Month long rehabilitation session
I want to quickly remind you that this story takes place just before, during and after Thor receives Mjölnir. I am following the Norse Mythology with this one… Also I have no idea when I will post the next chapter soorryy ><
‘I see that I can have a quiet training today.’ Loki snickered as he walked onto the training grounds where I was currently training. Loki, or actually prince Loki, had this nasty habit of looking down upon me. His patronizing behaviour was mostly just annoying, and I had enough smarts to not engage him about it, for as smart as he might be he would never understand. He was a prince after all, bred and raised to feel superior to those around, and boy did this one think so. I had some form of respect for him on the battle field, he was a fierce warrior and his skills were of notable rank, but that was where the respect ended.