“My windows look into your apartment and sometimes I see you dancing around in your pajamas late at night and I can’t tell if you know I can see you or if you’re just really oblivious but please never stop because it’s adorable” AU
thank u pokemon go for now giving me a new rival-otp prompt:
both person a and person b live in an area that only has one gym (as the others are really far away) so they’re constantly stealing it from one another. one day, they’re both there at the exact same time, and person a whispers, “are you ___?” “yes?” “you fucker” and then they bond over pokemon and fall in love but also race to defend the gym
alternatively: imagine ur ot3 in order to cover all teams
What types of wounds can be healed? >Abrasions? >Avulsions? >Lacerations (cuts)? >Bruises and contusions? >Internal wounds or just external wounds? >Broken bones?
What other things can be fixed with healing magic? >Bacterial infections? >Viral infections? >Yeast infections? >Blood poisoning? >Other poisons? >Burns? >Frostbite? >Necrosis? >Degenerative neurological diseases? >Muscle fatigue? >Cancer? >Any other ailments?
Who is physically capable of learning healing magic? >Is healing magic something that is taught or is it instinctual?
Can potions heal the same things that magic can heal? >Do potions have to be made by healing magic users, or can they be made by anyone with the ingredients and directions?
Does the strength of the potion depend on the ability of the maker or the ingredients? >Is it the combination of ingredients that changes the strength of the potion or is it the quality of the ingredients?
Does each specific ailment require a different potion? >Are there different groups of ailments, and those in the same group can use the same potion? Examples of this would be an avulsion and a puncture wound using the same potion, or two separate types of viral infections being cured by the same potion.
Are potions and healers readily available to the general public, or are they rare and/or prohibitively expensive? >If they are readily available, and are commonly used, it is likely that the natural defenses of the species will be lessened, as they won’t be needed due to external assistance.
Does your character trust products that are free? >Are the suspicious of the motive of the person/company providing the free product, or are they more suspicious of the product’s ability to perform its intended task? (In other words, are they looking for ulterior motives, or do they believe the product to be unusable due to poor quality?)