Identity woes

After finding out that ladybug was responsible for choosing the identities of Queen bee and volpina, chat assumes and feels hurt by the (possible) fact that ladybug has known his identity the entire time.

The entire thing blows up into a huge argument in which Adrien reveals his identity. Not caring who knows. “Let everyone know, let the whole world know!!”

Queen bee is taken aback “adrikins??”
The group pause for a moment
“Wait, adri–” volpina drops her transformation “Chloe??”

Finally all three teenagers stand before one another detransformed and their conversation quickly goes from ‘holy crap its you’ to looking expectantly at ladybug

….who panics and dashes with a quick “i-i can’t” rushing home.

When she’s gone plagg tries to explain that the stakes are higher for a ladybug and her identity, but the other heroes just don’t get it.

Things get awkward after that and the team start to drift apart more and more.

It affects them in battle and they start to lose their edge over papillon because although they’re powerful they can’t work effectively as a team and mostly get in each others way.

This turns awful one battle with 'The pyromaniac’.

This villain manages to shoot a deadly strike at chat noir….which is intercepted by ladybug.

Her transformation is dropped as she goes flying down the champs Elysees coming to a stop on the concrete below.

Queen bee takes charge and they barely manage to wrap up the battle.
Chat’s cataclysm destroying the butterfly.

But by the time they’ve finished the paramedics are already gearing up to take Marinette to hospital.

She’s in critical condition after a fall like that but due to her bond to her miraculous stone she is able to heal at an accelerated rate.

Ironically now the entire world knows her secret identity.

Its on every news outlet. Every TV show. Its all everyone talks about for weeks and even after its mentioned casually as if its the most important thing to know in the world.

Because it us. Everyone wants to know about the girl behind ladybug and reporters are obligated to report on it.

Adrien thought it would get better after they all knew, but it’s not better at all.

He was used to being hounded by the press but Marinette had it so much worse.

She had the press, the government, religious leaders, people in search of healing and wisdom surrounding her. As if she’s some sort of demigod.

And Adrien can see from afar that shes growing to hate her mantle.

Her parents have to move their bakery online and make all their social media accounts private

Their house is refurbished and downstairs is no longer a welcoming bakery but is shut off so the rest of the world will stay away, now only the delivery sector of their house usually works but with family help the dupain-chengs will soon stop operating out of their own homes (the one good thing that comes from all this is that their goods are now really popular).

But Marinette has stopped coming to school, or really even leaving her house. Ladybug or otherwise.

Suddenly plaggs words make sense.

None of the other quamis have powers so celestial, if their identities were revealed then there wouldn’t be so much to gain but ladybug can bring people back to life.

That’s why her kwami told her never to reveal her identity under any circumstances. Because it would truely transform her into a demi-goddess.

I remember when Anti first showed up in Jack’s FNAF videos I was actually slightly terrified, but now since we’ve seen so much of him and even “behind the scenes” of Anti, I don’t even find him terrifiying now, I just find him so intruiging and wondering when the hell he’ll show up next 

Annabelle the haunted doll

In 1970, a mother bought the doll as a birthday present for her daughter Donna. Donna was currently a student in college, preparing to graduate with her nursing degree. Donna lived in a tiny apartment with her room mate Angie, who was a nurse as well. Donna placed the doll on her bed and didn’t gave it a second thought until a few days later. They both noticed a few strange and creepy things about the doll. It apparently moved its arms and legs from being straightened to crossed. As time passed, its movements would be more noticeable. Donna and Angie would come home to find the doll sitting in a complete different room from which they had left it in. Then, the doll would be found sitting cross legged on the couch, it’s arms being folded, other times it was found, standing on its feet and leaning against a chair in the dinning room. Several times, Donna placed the doll on the couch in the living room, but when she came home from work, the doll would be lying on her bed with the door closed. 

Apparently the doll could write, too. About a month later, Donna and Angie would find messages on parchment, such as ‘Help us’ or 'Help me’. The handwriting looked like it belonged to a small child. At the time, Donna had never kept parchment paper in their apartment. 

They thought the doll was haunted by a human being so they started treating it like one, too. A few days later, their friend came over to visit them. He wouldn’t believe the doll was haunted, which was a huge mistake. He fell asleep on the couch and had a horrible nightmare about the doll scratching and trying to kill him. As he woke up, soaking in sweat, the doll would be sitting in front of him in a chair. He removed his shirt to see real scratches on his chest.

At the time, they decided to get rid of the doll and called Ed and Lorraine Warren, founders of the Warren’s Occult Museum. They had some alarming news. They believe, that the spirit lurking in the doll, isn’t a dead girl, but a demon. The Warren’s took the doll with them, which is still kept in their Occult Museum in Monroe - Connecticut. It is said, that Annabelle cursed a visitor and caused his death. Do not challenge the demonic, choose your words carefully in the presence of Annabelle, the doll. 


Art Attack - ORIGINAL from ABC in the 90’s (part 1) (by deemzeemz)

3:35 for The Head. Seriously. Bane of my childhood that guy.