In the last five years, no one has seen or heard from billionaire Oliver Queen. At some point, it was rumored that his parents Robert and Moira Queen had disowned and sent him away. Recently, rumors say that Oliver Queen was back to Starling City, but no one has seen him. Oliver’s little sister Thea Queen is the manager of"Verdant" nightclub along with her long time boyfriend Roy Harper and long time friend Walter Steel is still CEO of Queen Consolidated after Moira and Robert Queen died.
A.R.G.U.S agent, Oliver returned to Starling City to recuperate from his injuries after five years undercover as Bratva member. Rather than going back to his childhood home, Oliver asked his sister to buy him a secured apartment for him to live. Oliver Queen barely leaves his home due to the extent of his injuries and everything he had to do to survive as a member of the Russian mob (guilt and nightmares). One day, a little girl (no more than 7 years) with glasses knocked on his door selling candies for a “boring” school project and next day, the little girl came back to say “hi” and make him company. Soon after the little girl had Oliver Queen wrapped around her little finger.
The little girl lived with her mother Felicity Smoak and nanny Rose a few floor down. Everyone knew and adored little girl.
“Peggy, you are my dear sweet sister and I love you, but
it’s midnight and we are not getting
“Fuck you, I’m getting them anyway.”
Eliza rolled her eyes and threw a pillow at her.
“I’m tired though! You can’t just ask me to get up at
midnight to drive you to the shops…”
“I can and I just did.”
Eliza rolled to the other side. “Go get Angelica to do it.”
And then she went back to sleep.
Peggy rolled her eyes and went to the next room, which was
Angelica’s. She pushed open the door and smiled when she saw that Angelica was
still awake, on her laptop and… crying?
She moved closer as quietly as she could while Angelica was
so engrossed in whatever she was doing on her laptop. She leaned over her
shoulders and laughed as she saw what was going on.
Angelica jumped up as soon as she heard Peggy, and slammed
down the screen to her laptop.
She smirked and walked closer to her. “Can you drive me to
go get doughnuts?” she asked simply.
“It’s the middle of the night. No way,” Angelica replied and
“If you don’t I’ll tell everyone that you were crying while
watching Frozen, of all things.”
Peggy had won. She knew it, and could taste the doughnuts already.
“Oh, you are evil. Fine, I’ll drive you to get doughnuts.”
An hour later, they had not only gotten doughnuts but had
also bought Eliza some of her favourite chocolate, and Angelica a new dress.
They’d also spent half an hour looking at DVDs, but they wouldn’t talk about that.
“We should go out at midnight more often. You’re always more
willing to spend money then.”
Thea, I owe you an apology. No, there’s no need for you to apologize for anything. Yes, I do. I brought Sara back without any idea of how to control her. And I’m the one who killed her in the first place. That’s why she’s after me, you know. This blood lust she’s consumed by, it’s the same pain I feel when I think about Ra’s.
Send me an ask with a single word and I’ll respond with a >200 word ficlet set in the service dog!Verse.
“Hunter’s got a girlfriend.”
Oliver barely glanced up from his book. He was reading another piece Greek Literature whilst they were at the park. Thea and Tommy had complained about Oliver taking up all of Hunter’s off duty time, so he’d suggested that they all head to the park for an hour or two, and the archer allowed his little sister and best friend to play around with his service dog, Diggle supervising, whilst he caught up on some light reading.
“Excuse me?” he quirked an eyebrow up at Thea.
His little sister pointed towards where the service dog was bounding around a small toy American Eskimo dog, who was watching him on her haunches with her head cocked sideways. Hunter had a tennis ball in his mouth and was attempting to tempt the toy Eskimo into playing with him.
“He’s just playing,” the archer dismissed.
“Nuh uh,” Thea shook her head. “Look again.”
Rolling his eyes, Oliver shot a look over in that direction once again. Diggle and Tommy were trying to regain Hunter’s attention to no avail. The Husky mix was lying on his belly, tennis ball shockingly abandoned beside him as he whined, nudging the Eskimo’s shoulder. The toy Eskimo, however, seemed to be acting coy, still sitting calmly in front of the service dog with her head tilted to the side.
“He’s still trying to get her to play with him.”
“You’re blind, brother, your service dog has got a crush.”
“Thea, that toy Eskimo is a third of Hunter’s size,” Oliver reminded her. “And he’s neutered.”
Thea gave him a shit eating grin. “Know who he reminds me of, acting like that?”
He sighed, entertaining her by asking, “Okay, who?”
“You and Felicity, just before you started dating.”
Oliver snorted, but taking another glance over at the two dogs, he could see what Thea meant. He was Hunter, interested and not very subtle about his attraction and intentions at all, and Felicity was the toy Eskimo, amused by it all but also secretly a little interested. Diggle and Tommy were sheepishly attempting to drag Hunter away from the little dog by the collar now, as the toy Eskimo’s owner had appeared and was suspiciously eyeing the Husky mix, protectively standing over her dog.
“Okay, so say I see what you mean,” Oliver allowed. “What exactly is your point?”
Thea winked. “The roguishly handsome, tall, brooding ones always get the girl, Ollie.”