Legend of Zelda: Art: Legend

  • Nov. 30th, 2013 at 10:17 AM
Title: Legend
Fandom: Legend of Zelda (franchise)
Rating: G
Content notes: Spoilers for "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time" and "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker".
Artist notes: I cheated a bit -- technically, one Zelda is shown twice and I am missing at least one.
Summary: Z is for Zelda.

Title )

Pokémon: Fanart: Original Trio

  • Aug. 6th, 2012 at 8:00 PM
Title: Original Trio
Fandom: Pokémon
Rating: SFW (G)
Content notes: None!
Artist notes: Pokémon is an old fandom for me, and a friendly one. And I still have a soft spot for the original 151 Pokémon.
Summary: Charmander, Bulbasaur and Squirtle up to no good. Adorably.

Original Trio )
Title: Five Times Kino Met Zelgadis Graywords While Traveling: Four Times by Accident, and Once by Design
Fandom: Kino's Journey/Slayers (crossover, slight AU of Kino's Journey)
Rating: PG
Length: 4,100 words
Content notes: Crossover. Zelgadis/Amelia. Mention of miscarriage. Spoilers for Slayers Evolution-R.
Author notes: Whoops, this kind of got away from me. For those who are coming in not knowing Kino's Journey, it's a series about a traveler and her talking motorcycle, living in a world full of city-states, at least half of which seem to be overt or secret dystopias. (Or maybe we just don't see most of the stories where Kino visits a place and nothing much happens). It's pretty much episodic.

For the three people who haven't seen Slayers, but are squeeing over the fact someone wrote something for Kino's Journey, Slayers is a light fantasy anime that varies from silly one-shot episodes to world-saving plots.

This is set in a series where Kino and Hermes gain the ability to travel between worlds, with glamours on Kino's guns and Hermes such that they don't draw attention to themselves. The thing is, I haven't written the first story yet that sets up the premise.
Summary: Over the years, Kino finds her path crossing another traveler's.

As the bandits moved around in the underbrush outside her campsite, Kino sighed. )
Title: The Old Lie
Fandom: Avatar: the Last Airbender
Rating: PG
Length: 319 words
Content Notes: Set during the last part of Season 1. No real spoilers, unless you count Iroh's backstory and allusions to Zuko's backstory and Season 1 behavior.
Author Notes: I suspect the title is a cliche -- it's from a poem, "Dulce et Decorum Est" by Wilfred Owen written during World War I.
Summary: There were many ways to be a bad tactician, Iroh thought.

He'd lost the taste for war, Iroh reflected from his bunk on Zhao's ship. )


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