the purple thread

🌺 Rapunzel Healing Spell 🌺

🌺 gather: a lily, sun water, gold glitter, white and purple thread, vanilla

🌺 sprinkle the inside of the lilly with the glitty and vanilla

🌺 close and wrap the lily up with the white and purple thread.

🌺 lay the lily in the sun water,, and sing/chant

“Flower, gleam and glow, let your power shine
Heal what has been hurt, change the fate's design
Make the clock reverse, bring back what once was mine
What once was mine…” 

🌺 drink the sun water. take precaution not to consume glitter. 

🌺 brush you hair, comb it with the remaining sun water. 

Foodie Friday: Pumpkin Spice!

Image from thepioneerwoman.com

Ingredients:
-3 tbsp ground cinnamon
-2 tsp ground ginger
-2 tsp ground nutmeg
-1.5 tsp ground allspice
-1.5 tsp ground cloves

Combine all ingredients! Use in pumpkin pie; pumpkin breads, cookies, and pastries; pumpkin coffee drinks; et cetera!

Chef’s Note: When it comes to spices (especially aromatic ones such as these), it is always best to use whole spices if you can. Carefully toast them in a dry pan until the aroma is strengthened, allow them to cool, and then grind them. This will enhance the flavor and aroma of the spice, giving you the full impact that it has to offer. I personally prefer to use a mortar and pestle (a kitchen one, separate from the one I use for spellwork), which takes more time, but preserves more flavor than a motorized grinder.

Magical Ingredient!

Now, I’ll be the first to admit that this recipe is magical in and of itself. Just the flavor alone is something that I crave and savor all year long. Many times has my boyfriend teased me about being a “basic white girl,” at which point, I often agree. I am that person who loves pumpkin so much that I’m there the first day those lattes come out at Starbucks. But what so few realize is that this spice blend is incredibly simple to make at home (and often tastes better than packaged pumpkin pie spice).

However, while I could go on all day about the magical uses for this blend, it would get rather redundant given previous articles about cloves, cinnamon, and ginger. So instead, I’m going to look at nutmeg!

Sweet, warm, and aromatic, nutmeg has an interesting history that is linked very strongly to imperialism, spice trade, and European colonization. The spice with which we are most familiar today is the seed of the nutmeg tree (myristica fragrans), but in truth, the whole fruit is edible and used in culinary traditions. The fruit is harvested from the tree and used in Indonesian cuisine as manisan, while the seed is dried until it separates from its outer shell. A bright red membrane which surrounds the nutmeg kernel inside is harvested and dried, developing a yellow-red color. This membrane, called the aril, is then sold either ground or whole as another familiar spice: mace.

The seed itself is the nutmeg spice with which we are most familiar - the kernel isolated from the fruit and aril. Sold either whole or ground, it is used in cuisines throughout the world and has a history of being used in many European meat dishes, as well as in pastries and spice blends.

Initially nutmeg, like many other spices involved in the spice trade, was a “trade secret” regarding its location. It grew naturally on the Banda Islands, and was traded with mainland Asia. Eventually, the commodity reached the port of Basra, where it was traded with Muslim sailors. From there, it was spread to the rest of Europe where it was prized for both its flavor and as a protective ingredient against plague.

Like many spices, it was part of what drove the Age of Exploration. By the 16th century, its production origins were discovered by Portuguese explorers. Banda was conquered and its spices - nutmeg, mace, and cloves - were traded with the sailors until the Dutch East India Company claimed the island in 1621 (this was not a particularly pleasant scenario - the indigenous Bandanese were effectively wiped out by European settlers through warfare, starvation, exile, slave trade, or disease).

British control of other Bandanese islands were conceded to the Dutch in exchange for Manhattan and New Amsterdam in colonial America, giving full monopoly over to the Company through much of the 17th and 18th centuries. During the Napoleonic Wars, however, Britain regained temporary control of the islands, and used the opportunity to transplant nutmeg trees to other colonies, establishing new plantations for the trade.

((Fun fact: Many foods cooked in colonial America involved the use of nutmeg as a primary flavoring agent. Vanilla was significantly harder to produce and obtain, but nutmeg was easy to transport and lasted much longer, making it a popular spice in the Americas!))

Today, nutmeg continues to be produced primarily in Indonesia and Grenada, which control the majority of the production of nutmeg and mace in the world market. It’s used in cuisines throughout the world, a wonderful flavoring agent for both sweet and savory foods.

In terms of medicine, nutmeg has traditionally been used to encourage digestion and relieve bowel cramping. Under Elizabethan rule, it was used to help ward off the plague due to its pleasant and calming scent (it was widely believed at the time that odor could carry disease). In modern medicine, nutmeg’s health benefits beyond nutrition are virtually negligible, but has been discovered to cause hallucinations in large doses. This is inadvisable, however, as nutmeg can be toxic in doses of more than one teaspoon. (Do not despair for the recipe above - it’s extremely unlikely that anyone would consume a whole jar of pumpkin spice in one sitting!)

Magically speaking, nutmeg is often associated with wealth, luck, love, and divination. Carrying the whole seed as a charm can bring luck in games of chance (making it quite popular in gambling spells), and can ensure good luck while traveling.

The seed can be carried in a purple sachet or strung on a purple thread as a charm to help encourage favorable decisions in legal matters.

Ground nutmeg has been used for money, divination, and love spells in several traditions - the powder can be added to money drawing powders and sachets, sprinkled into a lover’s shoes to encourage love, or added to drinks which can be consumed prior to meditation and divination to enhance clairvoyance or to be shared with a lover to strengthen relationships.

The essential oil of nutmeg can also be used in money-drawing oils, or warmed to provide the scent of the spice in order to provide comfort, peaceful sleep, and clarity in divination.

In food, as always, the associations carry over. This spice is very versatile, being used in dishes ranging from savory yellow vegetables to meat dishes such as haggis or roast beef. Pair it up with other spices and herbs with similar purposes, and watch the magic come to life!

So when you’re mixing up that pumpkin spice and adding it to your pie this year, be mindful of the history and uses that nutmeg possesses. It is rich and vibrant, both positive and negative. Like all ingredients in food, it is a living ingredient even when dried and ground. It makes for a wonderful experience in working magic into your meals each day!

May all your meals be blessed! )O(

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A curse to haunt their dreams

This is a curse designed to help inflict nightmares upon a person, specifically about you. This curse was originally designed to be used against an abuser and I do not recommend using it lightly.

All materials were based on availability to myself- make adjustments as you see needed for your specific situation.

Supplies (and correspondence):
Amethyst (Nightmares)
Jade (Control)
Carnelian (Anger)
1 Dark Blue Candle (Nightmares, isolation)
Purple thread (Nightmares, Sending messages)
Sigil/Their name written/some form of your intent on paper
A safe place to burn stuff
Optional: Rosemary/Rosemary oil

Process:
1) Place your stones in a triangle around your candle
2) light the candle
3) Fold the paper into quarters
4) Use the thread to bind the paper shut (tied or sewed)
5) Carefully light the paper on fire using the candle while saying “I will haunt you as you haunt me, you will see me in your dreams” as you watch the paper burn
6) At this point you can blow out the candle or sit and meditate on your intent a bit longer. Put the candle out when you feel ready to do so, or wait for it to go out on its own
7) Perform any spell closing rituals you may have and cleanse your workspace to prevent too much residual bad energy

Optional: Anoint the candle in rosemary oil or have rosemary burning as an extra boost

The Martha Washington, Fashion Queen Post

Okay, so I feel I have to address an issue, I, as a thoroughly ignorant Brit, didn’t know until now.

WHY DID NO-ONE TELL ME MARTHA WASHINGTON WAS A FASHION QUEEN?

Now, granted, I’ve not had much exposure to American history, outside of my gran showing me Gone With The Wind, and the little I gleaned growing up from Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Simpsons, and National Treasure.
Watching Turn and having international friends who are enthusiastic about their history was a massive epiphany for me. Wait, there’s a whole new arena of history I haven’t explored? Sweet!

But on of my pre-conceived notions from all that pop-culture was that Martha Washington was a Founding Grandmother. You know…

Looks like little Red Riding Hood’s granny…

Look, granny! Carries knitting in one hand (possibly patriotic knitting. After all, Betsy Ross doesn’t just get dibs.)

Why Grandmamma, what big 1780s caps you have! (all the better to be First Lady with, my dear…)

From the paintings and iconography of Martha Washington, I’d have been very surprised if she didn’t own a rocking-chair. And I’m sure, in later life, she did. But that wasn’t ALL there was to Martha….

Wait, THIS is Martha, too?!


At first, there seems nothing to connect the staid, sensible-looking old lady in the first few portraits to this reconstructed painting of young Martha Washington, or the “Widow Custis.”

One of the first things I was struck by was that for a long time, Washington wasn’t really “George Washington” pre-Revolutionary War. He was the ‘Widow Custis’ husband’.

Now, according to Wikipedia:

“Martha Washington has traditionally been seen as a small, frumpy woman, who spent her days at the Revolutionary War winter encampments visiting with the common soldiers in their huts.”

I think the Widow Custis’ rather fabulous wardrobe would beg to disagree!

See the colours up there? Blue - especially that deep indigo blue - was tradionally one of the most expensive dyes available. No-one who could afford indigo is EVER going to be accused of being frumpy by 18th century peers.

Also - I could write a whole essay about Martha Washington and the colour yellow.

This particular shade, known as “Imperial yellow” ,was a big thing in both 18th century East and West. Like the fad for Chinoiserie that was prevalent at the time, this was a cultural fashion import from China.

According to an article by the University of Nottingham,

“Yellow, as one of the five colours derived from the Five Elements Theory surpassed the other colours when it became the emblem of emperor. It was thought that the emperor was located in the centre of the five directions and the centre was represented by the element earth and the colour yellow. “

The idea struck a chord with the 18th century west, and yellow became an increasingly popular colour in gowns for the upper class, gradually filtering down to the middle classes towards the end of the 18th century. Back in the 1750s when Martha was the young, attractive, fiery Widow Custis, this would have made one heck of an impact, especially in the colonies. It showed her wealth and status in one go as well as - her ability to source fabrics from the other end of the earth.

I’m also going to add that when marrying Washington, Martha’s wedding gown of choice?

Imperial Yellow. Plain and frumpy this ain’t. Martha’s practically wearing a solid gold dress.

(Reproduction on display at Mount Vernon)

And, keeping up that ‘indigo blue/purple’ is one of the most expensive dyes around theme?

May I present the First Lady’s extremely sassy wedding shoes? In purple silk and gilt thread - and with that ahem, ‘imperial yellow’ silk lining peeping out there?

to quote the excellent @americanrevolutionhotties, these were the ‘Manolo Blahniks’ of their day. And they certainly say “you are one LUCKY man, Georgie boy” in spades (although George was by no means a shabby dresser himself, the gorgeous red-haired dork.) Martha was 27 when she married him, a young, attractive widow  and businesswoman with two children and an incredible inheritance from her previous husband. This must have been the powerhouse wedding of the century!

Being an absolute costume nerd, I did a bit more research into Martha Washington’s wardrobe. What else did this fashion forward woman have in her linen press?

Well…

This gown’s an absolute confection! Pink, embroidered satin, muslin and fine lace sleeves - and don’t froget, touch of yellow in the florals there. Martha still kept her style!

It’s sometimes incorrectly named her ‘inaugural ballgown’, as it’s part of the Smithsonian’s First Ladies Inaugural Gown collection. Martha strongly disapproved of George being President and actually didn’t show up for his inauguration. She was at home, busy ‘packing’. (So you can add strong-willed and independent to the list of amazing things Martha is, too)

There’s also this rather fantastic gold brocaded ballgown. The colours have faded, but you can see traces of the original colour in the bodice -and can you imagine it glittering by candlelight at a dinner table?

In her later years, Martha adopted a simpler transitional 1790s style that’s mostly commonly shown in the portraits of her as an older lady; practical, in keeping with her status, but a little more restrained (as befits a sober older lady, by the standards of the time) Still, amazingly classy in silk…

(Also, plus-size, and still rocking it. You go, girl!)

Loving the button detailing, very chic.

Sadly, these are the only gowns that survive intact from Martha’s wardrobe. Martha was nothing if not practical and a lot of her and George’s clothes were cut up and distributed to admirers and friends. But luckily, Mount Vernon has a great collection of these remnants of finery, so I’m going to post the “scraps of history” here, with a few thoughts on what they might have been…

Gorgeous red brocade with blue and gold trailing flowers! You can still see the folds where it was pleated, probably into a robe francaise. According to Mount Vernon, the little circle you can see cut-out is too small to be an armhole. It was probably used by her granddaughter to make a pin-cushion.

MOAR IMPERIAL YELLOW. YESSS, MARTHA. WEAR ALL THE YELLOW.

And this lovely green damask - hey, there’s something that probably looked like the gown Martha wears in Turn! Full points, costume designers!

AMAZINGLY similar lace, saved from Martha’s wedding gown. The exquisite lace sleeves would be re-used on other gowns as an accessory. Again, 10/10, Turn costume designers!

one of my favourites out of the Mount Vernon collection. The peach and white and brown… oh, would look stunning on a brunette!  I can only imagine this in an open robe, or a robe francaise, or anglaise, or… *grabby hands at fabric* 

well, look who’s rocking 18th century fuchsia and imperial yellow together! DAMN IT MARTHA, GIVE ME YOUR FASHION SENSE.This is my other favourite, in case you couldn’t tell…

and finally, this gorgeous white handpainted silk. You can only imagine what this must have looked like in a gown.

Fashion history lesson over, kids. Spread the word. Martha Washington was an outrageous, daring, fabulous fashion queen.

Simple Memory Improvement Spell

A simple spell to help you with remembering things, good for studying.

You will Need:

✧  Hematite (memory)
✧  Fresh Mint (focus, mental clarity)
✧ Purple string (knowledge, recollection)

Steps:

✧ Take your purple thread and wrap it around and tie to your hematite securely leaving a few inches of string left (5-8in)

✧ Hold the Hematite by the purple string before you and focus on the stone and your intent

✧ Put a fresh mint leaf into your mouth and begin chewing still focusing on the stone and your desire to improve your memory

✧ Once you finished chewing on your mint blow onto your stone. “Let me improve my memory, let me remember.” 

✧ Tuck stone away on your person and rub it and the string in your hand when needing to recall something. Keep it near you or in hand while you study.

Fantasy Life

~What you will find in each area 〜(^∇^〜)

*Things to take note*
- Under the items category, I may put things like Ore and Wood that doesn’t require to harvest, just collect from barrels and carts
- Monster drops are NOT under the Bounty category, they are under the items category as well

SOUTH CASTELE~

Items
Castele Apple
Castele Bloom
Cureweed
Carrot
Dandelion Puff
Grassland Honey
Greenbell
Healweed
Sheep Fleece
Springwater

Fish
Castele Carp
Castele Crucian

Insects
Common Grasshopper
White Butterfly

WEST CASTELE~

Items
Carrot
Castele Bloom
Chicken Eggs
Dandelion Puff
Healweed
Springwater

Fish
Castele Crucian

Ores
Castele Copper
Minty Ore

Wood
Oak Log

EAST CASTELE~

Items
Antidote Berries ( Tree )
Castele Copper ( Collect from the cart )
Cow’s Milk
Cureweed
Dandelion Puff
Forest Mushrooms
Healweed
Oak Log ( Collect from the barrel )

Wood
Elder Oak Log

Fish
Castele Carp

Ores
Castele Copper 
Minty Ore

EAST GRASSY PLAINS~

Items
Animal Hide ( Coyote )
Antidote Berries ( Tree and Carrotella )
Big Egg
Campfire Roast
Carrot ( Carroty )
Castele Apple
Chicken Eggs ( Road Runner )
Dandelion Puff
Grassland Honey
Healweed
Life Cure ( Treasure Box )
Little Tail ( Sandzard )
Mountain Springwater ( Bandit )
Mustard ( Dragon mustard )
Redbell
Rejuvenating Berries ( Carrotella )
Sack of Silver ( Bandit )
Sheep Fleece ( White Woolie )
Springwater ( Bandit )
Wake Up Berries ( Carrotella and Dragon mustard )

Wood
Oak Log
Elder Oak Log

Insects
Common Grasshopper
Royal Grasshopper
White Butterfly
Yellow Butterfly

Ore
Castele Copper
Minty Ore

Fish
Applefish
Castele Carp
Castele Crucian
Plains Sweetfish

Bounty
Carrotella 200 dosh ( Carrot )
Bandit Leader 300 dosh ( Sack of Silver )
Spooky 250 dosh ( Magic Powder )

HANIWA CAVE~

Items
Lifeweed
Sack of Copper ( Treasure Box )
Sleep Powder ( Cobalt Frog )    
SP Potion ( Treasure Box )

Fish
Castele Crucian
Catfish

Ore
Castele Copper
Minty Ore
Topaz
Yellow Stone

Bounty
Sparkling Topaz 300 dosh ( Topaz )

FARLEY’S PLANTATION~

Items
Cabbage
Carrot
Castele Apple
Chicken Eggs
Daikon Radish
Dandelion Puff
Energizing Flower
Greenbell
Lucky Flower
Rainbow Apple
Redbell
Running Flower
Onion

Fish
Plains Sweetfish

Wood
Pine Log

WEST GRASSY PLAINS~

Items
Bigbeak Egg
Beef ( Bull )
Campfire Roast
Cureweed
Daikon Radish ( Radishy )
Dandelion Puff
Earth Log ( Sacred Earth Tree )
Earth Mana + ( Sacred Earth Tree )
Greenbell
Healweed
HP Potion ( Treasure Box )
Little Shell
Mutton ( Black Woolie )
Poison Powder ( Field Frog )
Pine Nuts ( Tree )
Redbell
Rejuvenating Berries ( Radishella )
Sack Of Copper ( Treasure Box )
Sheep Fleece ( Black Woolie )
Snake Scales ( Grass Serpent )
SP Potion ( Treasure Box )
Turtle Shell ( Tortortoise ) 

Fish
Castele Carp
Castele Crucian
Plains Sweetfish

Insects
Iron Stag Beetle
Royal Grasshopper
White Butterfly

Wood
Pine Log

Bounty
Killer Bunny 700 dosh ( Animal Droppings )
Radishella 600 dosh ( Daikon Radish )
Sacred Earth Tree 1500 dosh ( Earth Log )
Taurus 750 dosh ( Beef )

PORT PUERTO BEACH DISTRICT~

Items
Bluebell
Durable Shell
Healweed
Little Shell
Lucky Flower
Palm Nuts ( Tree )
Port Puerto Bloom
Port Town Orange
Royal Egg
Sunny Puff

Insects
Scarab Beetle

Fish
Sardine
Pirate Carp

Ore
Minty Ore
Port Puerto SIlver

Wood
Elder Palm Log
Palm Log

TORTUGA ARCHIPELAGO~

Items
Big Tail ( Green Gator )
Blizzard Egg
Bluebell
Cureweed
Defence-Upgrade Stone ( Spirit Of Water )
Durable Shell
Healweed
Hi-HP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Hi-SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Life Cure ( Treasure Chest )
Little Shell ( Octoshell )
Moon Cluster ( Turtanic )
Palm Nuts ( Punching Palm )
Port-Town Orange
Pretty Coral ( Octoshell )
SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Sack Of Copper
Sack Of Silver ( Treasure Chest )
Saltless Seawater ( Zombie Pirate )
Sleep Antidote ( Treasure Chest )
Swordfish Fin ( Swordfish )
Thick Shell ( Turtotle )

Wood
Palm Log ( Palm Tree/Great Palm Tree )

Fish
Flying Fish
Giant Puffer Fish
Puerto Bream
Puffer Fish
Sardine
Tuna

Ore
Minty Ore
Port Puerto
Silver Quality
Minty Ore

Bounty
Angry Zombie 750 Dosh ( Saltless Seawater )
Great Palm Tree 200 Dosh ( Elder Palm Log )
Strifestone 200 Dosh ( Attack-Upgrade Stone/Tool-Upgrade Stone )
Swordfish 1000 Dosh ( Swordfish )
Turtanic 1800 Dosh ( Vivid Coral )

DEEPSEA CAVE~

Items
Blue Gel ( Jelly )
Cave Mushroom
Defense-Upgrade Stone ( Spirit Of Water )
Durable Shell
HP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
King Jell ( Jellking )
Little Shell
SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Sack Of Silver ( Treasure Chest )
Saltless Seawater
Silver Shield ( Treasure Chest )

Fish
Prawn
Squid

Wood
Elder Mangrove Log
Mangrove Log

Bounty
Great Mangrove 300 Dosh ( Elder Mangrove Log )
Great Serpent 1200 Dosh ( Snake Scales )
Jellking 1600 Dosh ( King Jell )

NAUTILUS CAVE~

Items
Bronze Pickaxe ( Pickaxed Golem )
Coral Necklace ( Treasure Chest )
Durable Shell
Glittering Coral ( Black Octoshell )
HP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Little Shell
Marine Thread ( Cave Catterpillo )
Palm Beam
Port-Puerto Silver ( Rocksalt Golem )
Rainbow Shell ( Black Octoshell )
SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Stun Antidote ( Treasure Chest )
Superior Campfire Fish
Suspicious Object

Ore
Marine Ore
Minty Ore
Purple Stone
Quality Minty Ore

Fish
Squid

Bounty
Blessed Rock 300 Dosh ( Defence-Updrade Stone + )
Crocturtle 750 Dosh ( Timeworn Shell )
Pickaxed Golem 1200 Dosh ( Bronze Pickaxe )
Rocksalt Golem 1100 Dosh ( Port Puerto Silver/Salt )
Water Elemental Rock 1000 Dosh ( Water Shard )

DESERT RAVINE~

Items
Beat Hide ( Jackal )
Golden Sheep Fleece ( Killer Horn )
Lifeweed

Bounty
Killer Horn 1200 dosh ( Golden Sheep Fleece/Black-Goat Fleece/Gold Claymore )

AL MAAJIK OUTSKIRTS~

Items
Al Maajik Bloom
Desert Pear
Magic Eggs
Sugar Nuts ( Tree )
Sunny Puff
Sweet Potato
Vitalweed
Yellowbell

Insect
Second-Beast Beetle
Scarab Beetle

Ore
Al Maajik Gold
Sandstone

Fish
Black Bass
Flying Fish
Giant Evil Carp
Sardine

Wood
Sugar Log

ARIDIAN DESERT~

Items
Big Egg ( Pterodactyl )
Fish Scales ( Spearhead Piranha )
Green Cactus ( Angry Cacto )
Healweed
Hi-HP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Hi-SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Lifecure ( Treasure Chest/Bones )
Lifeweed
Poison Bomb ( Treasure Chest )
Royal Eggs ( Sand Runner )
Sack Of Copper ( Outlaw/Bones )
Sharp Claws ( Pterodactyl )
Sugar Nuts ( Tree/Angry Cacto )
Sun Cluster ( Sand Golem )
Superior Campfire Roast
Thunder Egg
Yellowbell

Wood
Sugar Log

Fish
Desert Tune
Sandfish

Ore
Al Maajik Gold
Sandstone

Bounty
Great Sugar Tree 400 Dosh ( Elder Sugar Log )
Killer Bee 900 Dosh ( Hornet Needle )
Outlaw Leaders 800 Dosh ( Sack Of Silver )
Sand Golem 1500 Dosh ( Al Maajik Gold )

CAVE OF BONES~

Items
Coal-Black Feather ( Hootlum )
Dragon Leg Bone ( Ore )
Fossil Shard ( Skeleton )
Poison Bomb ( Treasure Chest )
Sack Of Gold ( Skeleton )
Savage Necklace ( Treasure Chest )
Sleep Bomb ( Treasure Chest )
SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )

Ore
Al Maajik Gold
Minty Ore
Sandstone

Bounty
Gold Stone 300 Dosh ( Magic-Upgrade Stone )

ANCIENT RUINS~

Items
Black-Rimmed Glasses ( Treasure Chest )
Criticaline ( Moth Queen )
Evil Wings ( Vampire Bat )
Gold Dagger ( Treasure Chest )
Gold Helm ( Treasure Chest )
Hi-HP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Sack Of Treasure ( Treasure Chest )
Star Cluster ( Treasure Chest )
Sun Cluster ( Gilded Golem )
Suspicious Object ( Wingmon )
Yellow Cactus ( Killer Cacto )
Yellow Jell ( Desert Jelly )

Ore
Black Onyx
Magic Ore
Sandstone 

Bounty
Ancient Darkness 1800 Dosh ( Black Onyx )
Big Spooky 2000 Dosh ( Spiritual Powder )
Gilded Golem 2100 Dosh ( Sack Of Gold )
King Cobra 1800 Dosh ( Snake Scales )
Moth Queen 1900 Dosh ( Magic Powder )

SUBTERRANEAN LAKE~

Items
Al Maajik Gold ( Ironstone Golem )
Antistun Berries ( Desert Tree )
Arch Alcheweed
Cave Mushroom
HP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Life Cure ( Treasure Chest )
Lifeweed
Pink-Silk Thread ( Arachne )
Purple Gel ( Toxic Jelly )
Savage Necklace ( Treasure Chest )
Sleep Antidote ( Treasure Chest )
SP Potion ( Treasure Chest )
Stun Antidote ( Treasure Chest )
Subterranean Scales ( Bluescale Lordfish )

Fish
Black Bass
Cave Catfish

Wood
Desert Log
Elder Desert Log

Ore
Quality Minty Ore

Bounty
Bluescale Lordfish 1800 Dosh ( Bluescale Lordfish )
Earth Elemental Rock 1500 Dosh ( Earth Shard )
Great Desert Tree 400 Dosh ( Elder Desert Log )
Ironston Golem 1800 Dosh ( Al Maajik Gold )

ELDERWOOD~

Items
Antidote Berries ( Tree )
Antistun Berries ( Gingery )
Castele Apples ( Applejack Ape )
Forest Lordfish Moss ( Forest Lordfish )
Giant Tree Nuts ( Tree )
Ginger ( Gingery )
Grassland Honey
Healweed
Pine Nuts ( Timber Tinder )
Tool Upgrade Stone ( Spirit Of Earth )
Vitalweed

Wood
Elder Oak Log
Oak Log

Fish
Elderwood trout
Forest Lordfish

Bounty
Forest Lordfish 600 dosh ( Forest Lordfish )
Great Elderwood Tree 1000 dosh ( Giant Tree Nuts )
Great Oak Tree 100 dosh ( Elder Oak Log )
Plains Bear

ELDERWOOD GROTTO AND VILLAGE~

Items
Blackbell
Cave Mushroom
Energizing Flower
Lucky Flower
Running Flower
Whitebell

MOUNT SNOWPEAK~

Items
Beef ( Buffalo and Chasmeer )
Chicken Eggs
Chicken Meat ( Razorbeak )
Goat Fleece ( Chasmeer )
HP Potion ( Treasure Box )
Lifeweed
Mountain Mushroom
Pine nuts ( Tree )
SP Potion ( Treasure Box )
Snake Scales ( Rock Serpent )

Fish
Elderwood trout
Plains Sweetfish

Wood
Pine Log 

Bounty
Fanged Ape 900 dosh ( Strong Fang )
Black Panter 450 dosh ( Thick Fang )
Great Pine 150 dosh ( Elder Pine Log )

LAVA CAVE~

Items
Cave Mushroom ( Mushflame )
HP Potion ( Treasure Box )
Lifecure ( Treasure Box )
Red Gel ( Lava Jelly )
SP potion ( Treasure Box )
Volcanic Fin ( Volcanic Tuna )

Fish
Magmafish
Redgill
Volcanic Tuna

Ore
Magma Ore
Minty Ore
Quality Minty Ore
Ruby

Bounty
Incandescent Gemstone 600 dosh ( Ruby )
Lava Golem 1000 dosh ( Magma Ore )
Vocanic Tuna 800 dosh ( Volcanic Tuna )

WATERFALL CAVE~

Items
Fish Scales ( Pitchfork Piranha )
Green Gel ( Mountain Jelly )
HP potion ( Treasure Box )
Lifecure ( Treasure Box )
Little Tail ( Licky Gecko )
Poison Antidote ( Treasure Box )
SP Potion ( Treasure Box )
Sack Of Copper ( Treasure Box )
Silk Thread ( Feely Catterpillo )
Stun Antidote ( Treasure Box )

Ore
Aquamarine
Blue Stone
Minty Ore
Plains Iron

Bounty
Iron Golem 800 dosh ( Plains Iron )
Toolstone 150 dosh ( Tool-Upgrade Stone )
Wind Elemental Rock 1500 dosh ( Wind Shard )

Happy Birthday

Requested by: @givemeallthepie for their birthday. I hope you had a fantastic birthday, and I hope you enjoy the fic :)

2,614 word(s) of: a little sad but mostly fluffy birthday goodness.

No warnings(for once)      Leonard x Reader


You groaned at the sound of your alarm as you rolled over and fumbled with your PADD before finally shutting it off. You glanced at the time and then your eyes fell to the date. You groaned quietly to yourself, it was your birthday. You didn’t mind birthdays, you just didn’t like your own.

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anonymous asked:

pharmercy prompt - just fluffy cuddling on the couch after a long day

My day got real bad real quick so I’m so glad that I didn’t do this prompt earlier. I think everyone needs a little fluff in their life.


It is the smallest couch in the base, surely. A love seat that had been abandoned in the hallway, and later moved into Fareeha’s dorm upon reinstatement.

Fareeha is confident no one misses it. She is not entirely sure how it came to be at the base to begin with, though if her mother is to be believed, it was purchased by Gabriel Reyes to liven up the atmosphere. And liven it does:

It is purple with silk threaded patterns. Loud does not begin to describe this particular piece of furniture.

It is also uncommonly comfortable.

Fareeha groans as she opens the door to her room, throws her travel bag in a corner to be dealt with later, flops on the couch.

It has been a long day, a long week, dragging a little more, a little longer - there is a hole in her abdomen not quite healed, from a well aimed bullet and a poorly executed dodge. Lúcio, her partner on this mission, had healed it as best her could, but it still burns.

Mostly, she is grateful he was not injured; the mission had been poorly planned and executed even worse - it could have gone south, and it hadn’t by sheer grace of retreat.

Fareeha hates retreating, though if everyone is able to walk away … she supposed that in and of itself is a small victory.

Fareeha breaths deeply, digs in her pants pocket for her communicator and looks for Angela’s number. She is the most recent contact. It is easily located.

I am back. She types out, presses send. A few moments later, a reply:

I’m still in the lab. Can I drop by later?

It seems only fair that Angela would still be busy. And aching, the onset of a headache, feeling tired and a little miserable, Fareeha types:

That’s fine. I will leave the door unlocked. And tosses the communicator on the bed.

She doesn’t intend to fall asleep, the lull of the broadcaster on the TV, the hum of the light above her, the weight of the day, all seem to work in tandem though, and soon she is; one leg thrown over the end of the couch, the other hanging off the side. Her arm is draped over her eyes.

She doesn’t even hear the door open.


Angela’s eyes are strained from looking through her glasses (her contacts dried out the other day, she forgot to put them in solution) her hair is disheveled; Fareeha being back is a saving grace.

When Fareeha is gone and no one is there to distract her, she works too much, for far too long. There always seems to be something to do and never quite enough time to do it.

When Fareeha is around, her desire to work is tampered by her desire to do … other things, and so she packs up early, makes her way to Fareeha’s, opens the door.

She expects to find Fareeha awake, but doesn’t.

In fact, the other woman looks utterly worn out. There are new cuts, bruises, a black eye Angela isn’t fond of. Against the harsh light of the fluorescent bulbs above, all of this is laid out for Angela and she sighs to think of what Fareeha has been through.

Angela moves to turn off the TV, goes to the bathroom to pull out the first aid kit and then returns.

She pats Fareeha’s calf, is surprised when she doesn’t immediately stir. Fareeha is not a heavy sleeper.

“Fareeha,” she says; this does the trick. Fareeha blinks once, twice, retracts her legs to give Angela room to sit. “You look awful,” Angela tells her. Fareeha smiles behind the exhaustion.

“You don’t,” she replies, grabs Angela’s hand to place a kiss in her palm. Angela smiles in spite of herself and shakes her head.

“Is this all of it?” She asks, referring to the injuries, but they both know. Fareeha wordlessly lifts her shirt to show Angela the bullet hole, other minor injuries. Angela, sensing more, runs her hand over the waistband of Fareeha’s pants, tugs it down a bit and sees more there, too, running down her hip, presumably to her thigh.

“You are being very forward.” Fareeha grins, looks her in the eyes in challenge. Angela meets her on that battlefield. Blue so firm it looks steel.

“Take them off,” she tells Fareeha. Whether it is defeat that moves Fareeha or genuine affection, she winks, shimmies out of her pants, takes off her shirt, sits in front of Angela in only her bra and underwear.

Nothing is particularly life threatening. Lúcio is a good medic and he’s tended to everything to keep anything from festering. Still, it is good to be on top of these things. Angela ignored the image of literally being on top which flashes into her mind, and blames Fareeha entirely for exposing her to too many puns and double entendres.

Angela opens the first aid box, removes a sterile cloth and some ointment to stop infection.

Fareeha sits on her half of the couch as Angela dabs here and there. The cold medicine sends goosebumps up her exposed flesh and the ache and fatigue of the week cause her to slouch just a bit.

“I take it it did not go well,” Angela says quietly as she works.

“I wish that it had gone better,” Fareeha replies, somewhat vaguely. In truth, she is only trying to spare Angela. The doctor does not need to know the specifics of their failure to know that had it gone worse, maybe someone would not have returned.

Or, perhaps Angela already knows this, and Fareeha is just trying to avoid reminding her.

When Angela is done she places the kit on the ground, and falls into Fareeha, satisfied when the other woman puts an arm around her shoulders and squeezes lightly.

It has always amazed Angela how warm Fareeha is, even dressed down.

“How was your week?” Fareeha finally asks.

“Long,” Angela replies, turns in Fareeha’s arm to smirk a bit and then adds: “but better now.” Fareeha grins.

There is a lot Angela wants to talk about; a lot she has accomplished this week, but when she looks back and Fareeha the other woman’s eyes are closed, her head lulled back against the top of the couch back, her breathing is even and long, and Angela is not opposed to waiting.

She ducks out of Fareeha’s arm, grabs the blanket off the bed, and then returns, draping it over them both and snuggling close.

This is her favorite part of long days, the closeness and the security. Even on a cramped couch (hideous as they come).

It is worth everything to Angela.


At some point, Fareeha wakes up with a cramp in her neck to find Angela pressed into her side, snoring lightly, a blanket over them both, and it is fortunate for her that Angela is not only light but also a deep sleeper.

She picks her up, lays her on the bed, turns off the light and then joins her.

When she sleeps, it is soundly for the first time all week.