The year of the Fire Rooster is supposed to be good luck for some of the Chinese Zodiac signs, bad luck for others, average for a few others. I don’t know; average luck might be preferable, that way you’re not expecting too much either way. Continue reading
Kirito pulled back again, focusing on the area closer to him. Eventually someone else was going to come into this bathroom, and he’d rather have some warning-
Familiar warmth, a hall or two away. With a sense of mouse-sneakiness, and a cream-fed-cat’s level of smug. Continue reading
Part of why Sanzo survives is that Kouryuu was being hunted for the Sutra before Order 66. So he already had experience avoiding beings intent on savage mayhem. It will still be tricky, as the youkai were trying to dodge regular attention and the Empire definitely is not. Continue reading
I have to bring Asuna up here, Kirito thought, almost grinning as he wiped wet drops off his face. They have a shower! Continue reading
A few more thoughts…
Still trying to determine what equivalent of youkai should turn up in this AU. And there is an equivalent, Continue reading
Even in the real world, bare feet still seemed to give you a Stealth bonus.
Kirito ducked into a stairwell, padding up and around a landing corner that would be behind the door if it opened. Suguha’s old gym bag was a featherweight on his shoulder, promise and uncertainty both wrapped in the faintest scent of bamboo and sweat. Continue reading
You poor kid. “I’m sorry,” Janet said softly. “You knew them?” Fourteen out of forty-eight, what the heck is a raid – oh god. She just lost a third of her friends. Damn it, kid, go ahead and cry. Continue reading
Since the chapter ended up being really bloody and I try to keep this a PG-rated blog… the second chapter of Sanzo vs. the Alien Invasion, Demons vs. Zombies, is up on Archive of Our Own. 😉
I love chocolate. I make no bones about it. It is one of the things that makes life worth living. It is, as the tongue in cheek say, health food; I have chocolate, other people live. They stay healthy.
I also have more food allergies than I like to shake sticks at, Continue reading
The girl lifted her head, following her friend’s gaze. For a moment, Janet could read her face like a book: I don’t know you, I don’t trust you, where is this place?
Then both teenagers huddled with the wild-haired redhead and the massive black man again, obviously intent on hashing something out fast. Continue reading