josiencatraso  asked:

Snek: 23, 39, 40, 50 Blushes: 17, 37, 38, 46


23. What is your character like when it comes to school? What subjects are they good/bad at? Do they get in trouble a lot or are well behaved?

A. Snakestone never really attended school. His father and members of the Thieves Guild gave him important life lessons. When they moved to the Imperial City his grandfather let him spend days up in his library reading books. Id say Snakestone was a great “student” cause he loved to learn the past.

39. When people look at your character, is there some assumption they might make about them just by appearance? Is that assumption correct?

A. Due to Snakestones love of dark clothing people assume he is a thief or assassin. They’re usually caught off-guard due to his overly friendly nature.

40. Does your OC have any guilty pleasures they enjoy? Hobbies, past times, music, etc that they wouldn’t want known by others?

A. I think Snakestone is pretty open with his guilty pleasures. Well, I mean, his wife knows all of them. He’s probably not one to talk about that kind of stuff with friends.

50. If your character confessed love to their crush, boyfriend, girlfriend, etc, what would they say?

A. He expresses his love to his wife nearly everyday. He usually holds her close and reminders her that she’s his world and how much he loves her.


17. Does your character have dreams of getting married and/or having children?

A. Children? She loves children! She’s not really sure where children come from, but she’d love to have them!

37. What are some of your character’s pet peeves? What are some things that annoy them or disgust them?
A. Blushes is mostly clueless to alot of things in life, so I dont think much would annoy her. While she worked for the Dark Brotherhood though, she would become annoyed after her second attempt to kill Snakestone failed. The third encounter had a more aware Blushes, failing at her set job possibly annoys her.

38. What kind of weather does your character like? Cloudy skies, rainy days, sunshine, etc?
A. Blushes loves sunshine and warm days, cause that means more people are outside for her to befriend!

46. What is some random affectionate thing that your character always does to their lover?
A. Stalk them!

Your fave is problematic: Brynjolf
  • cute accent
  • one time he went out searching for you when you were missing
  • he can’t sneak to save his life
  • he’s a smooth talker
  • he looks really good in the thieve’s guild armor
  • sorry lass
  • I’ve got important things to do
  • sorry lass
  • I’ve got important things to do
  • sorry lass
  • I’ve got impor
The difference between the thieves guild and the dark brotherhood
  • Thieves guild: get the thing and get out. Don't kill anyone,don't get caught,or you are fucking dead to us.
  • Dark brotherhood: kill this guy. We don't really give a shit how you do it. Burn his house down, stab him, kill 50 guards in the process, it's all good! Bye fam have fun
… the Guild was given an annual quota which represented a socially acceptable level of thefts, muggings and assassinations, and in return saw to it in very definite and final ways that unofficial crime was not only stamped out but knifed, garrotted, dismembered and left around the city in an assortment of paper bags as well.
—  Terry Pratchett, Equal Rites
Imagine having a casual conversation with Brynjolf after a tough job

Originally posted by knightcommanderalenko

A/N: Hey look- Skyrim! Just in time for the Remastered Version- give or take a month or so.

Being Guildmaster for the thieves of Skyrim was rarely an easy task, but if there was one perk (besides the gold) that made the life easier, it was the moments after a job when Brynjolf and you sat at the Ragged Flagon together, either deep in conversation or deep in a profound, comfortable silence.

Brynjolf’s voice was arguably the reason you even got tangled with the Guild in the first place. Nothing he said ever sounded harsh or unpleasant. He could be delivering news of a dragon army attacking Riften and it’d still sound relaxing. It was even nicer to hear when he was praising you for a job well done.

“I still cannot believe you were able to rob that jewel right off his neck.” Brynjolf shook his head as he sat with a bottle of ale on his right hand.
You lightly crossed your arms, “A custom-made gift from the Jarl and two hundred gold from Delvin in one night? I can definitely believe it.” Leaning back, you shot a small smirk Delvin Mallory’s way, shaking the pouch of coins you had won after he bet you couldn’t pull off a theft like that. Delvin snorted and shook his head in disbelief from his seat across the tavern.

“Things have really been looking up. I’ve been hearing whispers from time to time about heists we apparently pulled off. Did you know we stole the high king’s crown?” Brynjolf took a sip of his ale.

“That’s a good thing. That means the people know we’re back and better than ever.” You took a bite of a sweet roll, a mischievous glint in your eye.
“As they should. We’ve gotten back on our feet, regained our hold in Skyrim, and we may even need a second vault to stash all the new treasure coming in,” Brynjolf tapped the ale bottle lightly, “all thanks to you.”

You shrugged, “I do what I have to, but just because I’m the Guildmaster doesn’t mean our success is all my doing.”

“You exposed Mercer Frey’s treachery, returned the Skeleton Key to Nocturnal, and took on countless jobs all over the province. I’d say most of this,” he gestured to the Flagon’s rather pleasant patrons, “is your doing.”

“Don’t sell yourself short, Brynjolf. You and Karliah helped put an end to Mercer, and you’ve been a great help, keeping the Guild running while I’m off… adventuring.”

“I’d never sell myself short; you know that. Just accept the praise, alright?”

You smiled, “Fine, but you’d better not start paying me random tributes- you know how often I get stopped on the road by thieves who want to pay me?”  

Brynjolf chuckled, “Sounds like you don’t enjoy the extra gold.”

You put a hand on your chest, “Oh no, I like the gold, but I gotta admit, I still expect them to ask me for all my money.”
“That’s the perk of being Guildmaster. Every thief sees you as their leader- which you are, I suppose. No one with a bit of sense would cross the Guildmaster of the Thieve’s Guild, but any thief with business sense knows that the Guildmaster would be a useful friend to have.”

“So… they’re, what, bribing me?”
“I wouldn’t call it ‘bribing’. Giving you an incentive to keep an eye out for your friends, more like.”

“So I’m accepting friend bribes, now?”

Brynjolf just made a face that clearly said “You said it, not me”. You just stuck your tongue out at him and kept eating your sweet roll. This earned another chuckle from Brynjolf, and you both finished your drinks in a nice silence.

“You know, those two get along too well, Delvin.”
“Ah, you jealous, Vex? Of which one?”
“I’d be careful, Mallory, otherwise you’ll get an up close and personal look at my boot in your face.”
“Come on, now. You and Tonilia are so hostile whenever I bring up those two. Why can’t I ever get a little love?”
“When you stop getting ‘firs’ and ‘furs’ confused. That’s right- I still haven’t forgotten that heist.”
“… Forget I said anything.”