radgamerlatula: (Default)
 title; i'll sell my soul to dream you wide awake
summary; you remember everything, and she doesn't.
pairing; alpha!dave&alpha!rose.
series; homestuck.
disclaimer; disclaimed.
notes; this i've been working on and off with since january so i figured i'd post what i had so far
you dream every night of the game )
You dream every night of the game, of dying, of your sister. You dream of time traveling, you dream of LOHAC, you dream of a certain troll that you never fully lost feelings for. The dreams are stronger and stronger every night, painting a story that you don't want to remember.
You're the only one that remembers, anyway.
John went to your school, back in middle school. You recognized him immediately, and tried to talk to him, but he was different. He didn't know you. He wasn't your best bro like he once was, in a different universe. The one conversation was awkward, slow paced. He didn't get any of your subtle hints (have you heard of sburb? no? i'm sorry, dude, i don't even know your name, haha), he didn't know you, and he didn't care to. You cursed yourself for scaring him off the day you found out he transfered classes.
The day after you talked to him.
You gave up on trying to find the others quickly after.
You drew your comics, remembering the teal text that lead you to the style they took on now. Besides your comics, you drew a lot more than you used to. You drew gears, and clocks, counting how long it took without any effort. You never lost your ability to tell time, even across universes. Once a hero of time, always a hero of time, you supposed.
 You drew lava surrounding records, crocodile merchants, and different kinds of swords. You drew Rose on the night you died, green sun exploding in the background. You drew Terezi, but that drawing stays in the bottom of your desk at home, tear stained paper hidden away forever.
You sigh and get out of bed, wishing desperately for an alien species that nobody knew existed to pester you, missing your best friend; your sister.
Your dream last night was of Rose this time, and all of your time spent with her. In your original universe, you would do anything for her. You even played the goddamn game that got you stuck in this boring timeline in the first place for her. You miss her dearly; her lavender eyes to match your red ones, her witty comebacks and how easy she was to talk to. You knew she understood you in ways that neither John or Jade could compare to, and you had always appreciated that. Maybe you'd been really shitty at showing it, but that didn't make it any less true. Rose has been your best friend once upon a time, and now your best friend didn't even know you existed.
That fact alone weighed you down more than anything else left over from the game. Not even teal text and bracket smile emoticons could make you feel this bad.
As you put on the day's attire, you grabbed a purple scarf to wear for the day. Black was the normal mourning color, but somehow you found lavender more appropriate for who you were mourning.
You sit in the back of the class, ostrisized for some reason or another that you don't care about, waiting for the bell to ring. You're early, you almost always are, since nobody bothers to talk to you. You were always awkward to talk to, with your habit of monologuing and the fact that you had lived a completely different life and remembered every second of it.
After fourty three seconds of sitting alone in the classroom, other students begin to fill in the room, whispering about something. You think you hear your name, but you can't be sure.
The teacher walks in after another minute and seventeen seconds, huge fake grin plastered onto her wrinkled face. You know how that is.
"Class," she starts out, and you look at her with a dull expression, "there's a new student joining us today." She waves the new kid into the class room, and you are vaguely interested now.
"Please, introduce yourself."
You almost fall out of your chair. You could never forget those lavender eyes, that short, hay like hair, that piercing smile. You would recognize the girl that now stood in front of the class anywhere, able to pick her out of any crowd. Her laugh was forever ingrained into your dreams of a long lost timeline, taunting you with the knowledge of another life.
"My name is Rose Lalonde, it's a pleasure to make your aquaintince," she says, her voice flowing like water on glass from her purple tinted lips.
You almost want to cry. She's here, she's real. Your sister, your best friend. You're not really sure how to handle this, or how you should feel. You're happy, for sure. Even if she doesn't remember it's still nice to look at her. She doesn't have to know who you are, or what she means to you, Rose Lalonde existing in this universe, in your general area, is enough to make your lips curl upwards -- the unfamiliar form of a smile.
Even if you love her completely selflessly (you spit the word love out in your brain, after chewing it around and mulling it over. It feels awkward, insincere; wrong, even) it will still be living hell to see her walk around near you every day and not talk to her. She won't know you like she once did, there won't be that sarcastic banter that hid the true understanding between the two of you. Her purple eyes would no longer be tinted with humor and knowledge, hiding the pain of the horrorterrors.
You shook your head. She might not be the same, not by a long shot, but seeing your best friend in the flesh after years of not was a victory in itself.
Classes went by agonizingly slow that day. The introduction of Rose kept you preoccupied, along with your dreams from the night before. Ironically enough, you had dreamt of your sister. You had dreamt of the Green Sun, and Derse, and dying. 
radgamerlatula: (lyra2)
 summary; Leaf is gone. Green mourns. Red flees to Mt. Silver. Lyra is the glue.
series; pokemon, gameverse.
pairings; redleafgreen friendship, silverlyra hints, redlyragreen friendship.
notes; i've been working on this on and off for like three months so here's a preview including my shit attempts at writing long battles lmaooooooo
disclaimer; nope!!
just like every time )

It was your older sister. Daisy never called you.

You remember scowling, you remember answering in a rude manner. You remember your scowl slip off your face and your eyes go wide. You remember running out of the cafe, returning arcanine at the same time you released pidgeot from your belt, and shouting Pallet Town 

You do not remember this, but apparently you had dropped your pokegear on the ground in the cafe before running out.

You do remember sobbing into your pidgeot's feathers from atop it's back, and screaming in agony alone with your pokemon.

You do not remember getting to Pallet Town, running akin to a zombie into your grandfather's lab, or returning pidgeot to her pokeball. You do not remember your grandfather's hand on your shoulder, or Daisy telling you that she was so sorry, but you do remember staring at Leaf's body on the bed, her pokemon's wails from the other room, and crumpling down beside the bed in shock.

You remember Red, kneeling across from you, hat covering his eyes. You remember the sound of tears hitting the ground, somehow audible over the sound of Leaf's Blastoise shrieking in the other room.

You spoke to her, in hushed words, telling her that you were there, even though they fell on deaf ears. You told her that you missed her, that she needed to wake up, that you needed her; all of the things you could never say to her when she was with you.

You curse yourself every day for not telling her when she could hear you.

"Leaf is in a coma," Daisy's words as clear as they were when you first heard them in your mind. "We don't know what happened. She may never wake up. I'm so sorry, Green."


The day after you had frantically flown to Leaf's side, Red left. You didn't know why. You didn't know where. But he had left you -- and Leaf -- a letter.

Two words were on the now crumpled piece of paper, that lies somewhere in the corner of the room where Leaf resides. Two words that made you want to track down your best friend and strangle him.

I'm sorry.

That was all he said, and he didn't even say it to your face. He ran away from you, he ran away from his duty as Champion, and he ran away from Leaf.

That was almost three years ago.

Leaf was still in her sick room, and you visited just about every single day. You had a job as a gym leader, now, the strongest in Kanto, but that didn't matter to you. You didn't take your job very seriously. At least, not as seriously as you took Leaf.

You would talk to her, hoping that she would respond. You would tell her about the challengers at your gym, the battles you would have, the small number of people who actually beat you. 

When you weren't with Leaf or at your gym, you were trying to figure out how Leaf had put herself into this predicament.

You went all over Kanto, sometimes going into Johto or Hoenn, twice even Sinnoh, looking for clues. You had yet to go to Unova and Kalos, but they were on your to-do list. Where could she have gone? What could she have been doing? You had no idea, but you were determined to find out.

You would tell Leaf these stories, hoping she'd stir or something, giving you clues as to where to look. But nothing ever happened.
Your grandfather told you to give up hope after it had been almost three years. He told you that she mostly likely wouldn't wake up at this point. It had been too much time without any signs, he said to you.

But you refused. You wouldn't give up like Red had.

To other people, you were still the same over confident Green, one of the best trainers in Kanto. Nobody knew what had happened to you. 
Nobody knew anything about you anymore, and the only person who did was apparently on the highest mountain in the area, refusing to talk to anybody but his beloved pokemon.


You were at Cinnabar island, looking for the old mansion that had been destroyed when you, Red, and Leaf had been touring Kanto for the first time. You knew for a fact that Leaf loved the island, and you came here often, trying to put together the missing pieces.

It had become almost an obsession, at this point. Trying to figure out what the hell had happened to Leaf. The brown haired girl had been in a coma for over three years now and it was driving you mad.

Without her and Red around, you realized how little you really had.

Without her around, there was no you and Red. The two of you cared about each other, but she was like a glue. She kept the three of you together. With her out of commission for awhile -- three fucking years, your mind screamed at you -- Red didn't know how to handle it. He had only come down from Mt. Silver on one day a year.

Leaf's birthday.

You sighed, as you picked yourself up off the ground. Yet again, your search had come up empty. You dusted off your pants and went to sit by the ocean. Maybe if you thought enough, the answers would come to you. You did a lot of thinking silently while petting your arcanine these days.

"Hello!" A cheery voice said to you, snapping you out of your thoughts.

You looked up, startled, to see a girl with the most ridiculous hat you had ever seen. You snorted as you checked her out.

She was obviously a trainer from Johto, the giant Typhlosion next to her said that much, and obviously a pretty impressive one at that. Not many people came out here, really, especially if they weren't strong enough to handle it.

The girl adjusted her hat, which was reminiscent of a marshmallow, as she waited patiently for you to respond. You noted with surprise that her bright smile did not once falter as she continued waiting. Decked out in overall shorts and a puffy red shirt, the girl appeared to be about ten. Though the pigtails probably didn't help the age appearance, you knew in Johto they had raised the legal trainer age since Team Rocket had made itself known to twelve, so she must've been at least that old.

"Who are you?" You asked, but before the girl could answer, you cut her off. "I'm Green. I was once the Kanto Champion, although it was short lived thanks to Red..." You paused, looking at the sky, and the girl looked at you in awe.

"Anyway, take a good look around you," you gestured to the island, your voice turning hard as you thought of Leaf. "A volcano erupts, and just like that, a whole town disappears. We can go on winning and losing in pokemon, but if nature so much as twitches," you trailed off, gulping before continuing, "we can be overwhelmed in a second. That's the way it is," you finished your rant, all thoughts on Leaf and none on the girl in front of you.

"But anyway," you looked at the girl's brownish green, moss like eyes, "I'm still a trainer. If I see a strong opponent, it makes me want to battle."

She looked a little bashful, and you found a false smirk making its way onto your face. "Your grandfather told me I might find you here. You're the last leader I have to beat. before I've sweeped this region, so..." She trailed off for a moment, and you felt your heart swell with pride. You will never get over the confidence boost being a top gym leader in Kanto gives you, no matter what happens in life.

"Also," she started after her pause, "I've also really wanted to meet you."

"Oh? Why's that?" You asked, trying to hide the confusion in your voice with over confidence. 

Her grin turned up another watt of brightness. You almost shivered at the look in her eyes. It reminded you too much of someone you had not talked to in far too long.

"Your grandfather has told me a lot about you,"she said, absentmindedly rubbing her Typhlosion who purred in delight. "He says you're a wonderful trainer, and I love a good challenge!"

Memories of a little girl in a white hat and a red skirt challenging you every time she could flooded your mind.

"I always love a good challenge, Green!"

You did shiver, this time, but the girl either didn't take notice or was too polite to point it out.

"Besides," she said, grin turning into the most genuine smile you'd seen in years, "I'd love to become friends with you."

You quickly told this girl -- Lyra, she shouted her name at you -- that you would definitely battle her at your gym, but only if she was ready. You swiftly pulled your pidgeot from your felt and returned your arcanine in one fluid motion, and flew away, sobbing into pidgeot's feathers once again.

Just like every time someone reminded you of Leaf.


You made your way into your gym, tears long dried by the wind flying into your face from earlier. You would take this girl, Lyra, on, and then you would plan your next trip. You needed a vacation, and badly. Maybe you could go to Kalos, under the pretense of researching that new eeveelution that had appeared.

You sighed, thinking of what you could look into next. Somewhere out there had to have the clues behind Leaf's coma, you just hadn't found them yet.

You were lost in thought when the door to your gym were pushed open, revealing Lyra fixing her puffy hat. She had a different pokemon behind her now, an Ampharos, and the same determined look in her eye that you had seen earlier.

You attempted a smile but the motion was out of practice and felt uncomfortable for your face.

She smiled and waved at you, easily finding her way to where you sat.

"Yo! Finally got here, huh?" You smirked, falling into your mask of bratty over confidence. "I wasn't in the mood at Cinnabar, but now I'm ready to battle you."

"Great! I'm so happy I finally get to battle you, Green! As Johto's Champion, I've been really looking forward to this match," she told you, and you were at a loss for a minute.

Johto's Champion? This little thing?

Images of Leaf flooded your brain again, but you shook them off. "You're telling me that you conquered all the gyms in Johto?"

She nodded enthusiastically in response. "Sure am!"

Secretly, you were quite impressed. Johto was no walk in the park, you knew, and Lance, the ex Champion, was no pushover himself. 

Outwardly, though, you laughed out loud, causing the girl to blanch.

"Johto's gyms are that pathetic?"

She scowled, and you switched your tactic. If she was anything like you suspected her to be like, you did not want to piss her off.

"Hey, don't worry about it. I'll know if you are good or not by battling you right now!" And as you spoke your last few words, you threw out a pokeball, not bothering to check which you were going to start the match with.

It turned out to be Exeggutor, and you smiled.

Lyra started the match with her arcanine, which you were surprised she had.

"Two fire types on your team?" You asked, before starting the match with Trick Room.

She smiled and nodded. "Yup! Fluffy, Overheat!" She called out, body and mind focused on the battle like it was what she was born to do.

It reminded you of your two best friends, but once again you shook it off. Overheat was a fantastic choice, nearly knocking out your Exeggutor with the one move. It stood up, and you knew it was going to get to go first if you could think of a move first.

"Exeggutor, Hypnosis!" You yelled, hoping to put her arcanine to sleep so you could take it down with Psychic.

"Move, Fluffy, dodge!" Lyra shouted, but to no avail. The Trick Room had made her arcanine too slow to be able to dodge your move, especially after performing Overheat. Arcanine was fast asleep, and you smirked widely.

"Psychic!" Exeggutor did as you were told, putting the arcanine down to about half it's hit points.

"Fluffy, come on, wake up and use Flame Charge!" Arcanine's eyes snapped open at the sound of its trainer, and you had to say you were impressed. Usually Hypnosis can keep an opponent asleep for a few turns.

She must have a really good relationship with her pokemon, you thought, as the arcanine knocked out your exeggutor with its attack.

You recalled your pokemon, sending out the next one on your belt, being your own trusted arcanine. You smirked, and waited to see if she would go for the type advantage again. She returned Fluffy, and out walked her ampharos onto the field from behind her.

She glanced at it curiously. "You wanna play, Amphie?"

The light pokemon responded enthusiastically, reminding you of its trainer. Lyra smiled.

"I was going to send out Kingsies, but if you're sure, let's do this!" She wasted no time on her first move, pointing directly at your awaiting arcanine. "Amphie, Thunder Punch! Hit it in the muzzle, like in practice!"

You smiled despite yourself. You should've known she would know what an arcanine's weak points are. "Extremespeed," you said calmly, knowing your attack would go first.

And you were right. Arcanine tackled the ampharos at an alarmingly fast speed, before jumping back close to you to hear your next instructions.

"Discharge, try to paralyze it! If we can paralyze it, we'll be faster!" She spoke quickly, but her ampharos powered up the move just as fast.

"Crap, arcanine, Dragon Pulse!" You called out, but it was too late. Discharge had hit, and arcanine's fur sparked with electricity. He was paralyzed.

You were attempting you rummage a full restore out of your bag when Lyra shouted out her last command, another Thunder Punch. Before you could even dream of telling your arcanine to dodge, it had fainted. 

You sighed, returning your pokemon, as she praised her ampharos giddily, before asking it to step behind her again.

"It's Kingsies' turn this time, Amphie!"

"Go, Rhydon!"

The pokemon came onto the field engulfed in the red light from their balls. Her Kingdra, looking as majestic as a water dragon could without water, and your rhydon, looking comfortable and confident on a battlefield it was quite familiar with.

"Hydro Pump!"

"Thunder Fang!"

Both moves were good choices, but it was very obvious who was faster. Your Rhydon couldn't get close enough to execute the move, being slammed against the gym wall by the powerful water move. It was a one hit knock out, and the girl cheered.

You begrudgingly returned your powerful ground and rock type duo, taking out your next pokeball.

You sent out your Gyarados, as she returned her Kingdra to send out another pokemon. The red light formed a shape you'd never seen in person before, and you almost gasped in the presence of such an incredible pokemon.

"Metagross, let's show Green how it's done! Start off with Psyshock!"

"Gyarados, Return!" You shouted, hoping that you were faster. Both attacks hit, unfortunately for you, and while metagross looked like nothing happened, gyarados was worse for wear.

You groaned. This was your fourth pokemon, this battle was not looking good. You were beginning to understand how such a young girl could so easily become Champion of an entire region. It was a lot like how Leaf and Red were -- like they were born to do just that.

"Why don't we give Waterfall a try!"

"That new move you just learnt, Grass Knot! Finish it off, Metagross!"

And her metagross did just that. Your gyarados passed out after sending off a powerful Waterfall attack, and she gave her metagross a hug. The pokemon did not look like it belonged with such a happy go lucky person, but you could tell how happy it was to please it's trainer.

You smiled to yourself as you sent out your machamp. Her metagross disappeared into its pokeball, and she sent out another very rare pokemon.

"You have some team, Lyra!" You called to her from across the field, as the red light from the common pokeball took its form as a togekiss.

She smiled. "Thanks! Your team isn't half bad either! Begin with Sky Attack, Toge!" The togekiss shaded itself in a bright, harsh light, making 
it impossible to see.

You moved your left arm up over your eyes to shield them, and tried for an attack anyway. "Machamp, if you can find it, Thunder Punch!"

It shot off the punch randomly in the air, failing to find it's target. "That's okay, buddy, just try to dodge the --"

You didn't get to finish your sentence as a powerful attack came out of seemingly nowhere and sent your machamp flying backwards. As he struggled to get up, you tried to order off another Thunder Punch, hoping to hit the rare pokemon with a super effective move, but Lyra wasn't having any of it.

"Dazzling Gleam while it's down, then follow up with an Air Slash!" The odd looking egg with wings used an attack you thought only existent in the Kalos region before creaming your poor machamp with Air Slash.

You sighed in a huff, down to your last pokemon. Your beloved pidgeot.
radgamerlatula: (lyra)
 summary; You had always had a knack for trouble, but you didn't think you'd have a knack for befriending Legendary Pokemon. -Lyra, and how she met the legendary pokemon.

series; pokemon ; heart gold / soul silver.
pairings; small hints of silverlyra and redlyra, if you could even consider them that.
disclaimer; do not own!
notes; oops sorry this is nearly late i've just been playing so much pokemon x lately i haven't even remembered that i should be writing ahaha. i'm trying to breed shinies right now and it's living hell but you probably don't care oops. by the way, i'm doing this in the order i caught the pokemon in my current play through of soul silver, so i'll get to everyone in time! in any case, again, sorry this is so short, and enjoy!


o3. raikou

your pokemon were ready )
radgamerlatula: (lyra2)
 summary; You had always had a knack for trouble, but you didn't think you'd have a knack for befriending Legendary Pokemon. -Lyra, and how she met the legendary pokemon.

series; pokemon ; heart gold / soul silver.
pairings; small hints of silverlyra and redlyra, if you could even consider them that.
disclaimer; do not own!
notes; and the third! oops sorry this is about fifteen minutes late omfg i totally forgot. i have a friend over and he's a big gay and i've been p distracted. oh well. that means you technically get two chapters today so yay i guess? also this one is kind of short oops i'm sorry about that too. i just. i do not have that many feelings about entei i'm sorry sad face. anyways, enjoy!


o2. entei

i can see why )
radgamerlatula: (lyra)
 summary; You had always had a knack for trouble, but you didn't think you'd have a knack for befriending Legendary Pokemon. -Lyra, and how she met the legendary pokemon.

series; pokemon ; heart gold / soul silver.
pairings; small hints of silverlyra and redlyra, if you could even consider them that.
disclaimer; do not own!
notes; second chapter! gonna try and do these daily guess we'll see how long that lasts. in any case, i'm going by the order i caught the legendaries in my game of soulsilver - and then i'll be doing the event legendaries and the player character's event with celebi. anyways, enjoy!


o1. lugia

do you really mean that )
radgamerlatula: (lyra2)
 summary; You had always had a knack for trouble, but you didn't think you'd have a knack for befriending Legendary Pokemon. -Lyra, and how she met the legendary pokemon.

series; pokemon ; heart gold / soul silver.
pairings; small hints of silverlyra and redlyra, if you could even consider them that.
disclaimer; do not own!
notes; okay so it always weirded me out that you, the player character, would always end up catching these magical legendary pokemon who nobody had ever seen before. like, what the hell? so this is going to have a (most likely) drabble chapter for each legendary you can catch in hgss - pretending the games are one. i hope you enjoy!


o. prologue

suicune jumped right in front of you )
radgamerlatula: (kouzumi)
 summary; you'll never know how i feel about you.

pairing; kouichiizumi onesided, koujiizumi main.
series; digimon frontier
disclaimer; nope!
notes; i'm back! sort of ish. check profile for info on that. anyway, this was a vent of sorts? i guess? idek what i was doing. oh well. this is bad but long so enjoy it anyway!

you could make her happy )
radgamerlatula: (soulsilver)
title; antithesis
summary; you are everything i want, for you are everything i'm not.
series; pokemon, heartgold // soulsilver.
pairing; silverlyra.
disclaimer; not mine!
notes; this is a preview! the whole game is going to be a one shot because i'm a fucking loser. so this is up until you see silver in olivine city. i'm writing this as i do my re-playthrough of ss, so, this will be finished in a while.
you hated her )
radgamerlatula: (yakari)
 summary; “all you think of when you close your eyes and kiss him is kissing his older brother.”

series; digimon.
pairing; yamatohikari. side of takeruhikari. i guess. kind of.
notes; sorry not sorry yakari otp

radgamerlatula: (yakari)
 summary; oh, how the mighty have fallen.

series; digimon
pairing; yamatohikari
disclaimer; do not own.
notes; [ridiculously photogenic guy laugh to the melody of you don’t know you’re beautiful plays]

radgamerlatula: (yakari)
 summary; oh, how the mighty have fallen.

series; digimon
pairing; yamatohikari
disclaimer; do not own.
notes; oh god i’m making this a twoshot i should be ashamed. continuation of (not) whipped, for the record


radgamerlatula: (daverezi2)
 summary; think we’ll get hitched someday?

series; homestuck
pairing; dave/terezi
disclaimer; do not own
notes; oops i’m really sorry about this


you are terrified )


Jan. 13th, 2014 09:22 pm
radgamerlatula: (suzaeuphy)
 summary: love never dies.

series: code geass: lelouch of the rebellion
pairing: suzaku/euphemia
disclaimer: do not own.
notes: spoilers for ep 23 i believe, be careful friend.
just a short drabble that i wrote in, like, five minutes.

radgamerlatula: (yakari)
 summary; If this is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.

series; digimon
pairing; yamatohikari. takeruhikari a little bit. kind of. sort of.
disclaimer; do not own.
notes; i’m truly sorry for the sheer amount of digimon fanfiction i keep producing as of late. really. truly. sorry.


you could still feel his lips on yours )


Jan. 13th, 2014 09:12 pm
radgamerlatula: (suzaeuphy)
 summary; a knight shouldn’t blame himself so much.

series; code geass: lelouch of the rebellion
pairing; suzakueuphemia
disclaimer; do not own
notes; companion piece to angel, of sorts

iyotp po1

Jan. 13th, 2014 09:05 pm
radgamerlatula: (yakari)
 prompt; “Imagine your OTP trying to hold hands in public for the first time, only to get so embarrassed that the best they can do is link their pinkies.”

pairing; yamatohikari
series; digimon
disclaimer; do not own
notes; i saw this prompt and i just. it’s so perfect this is adorable okay let’s go this is my fourth time writing digimon i got this



there's nothing to lose )
radgamerlatula: (Default)
 prompt; o1. You were right about me.

series; homestuck.
pairing; daveterezi.
genre; romance/angst. mostly angst though oops
disclaimer; do not own.
notes; prompt challenges sure are fun yo


you're wrong about you )
radgamerlatula: (suzaeuphy)
 prompt; o1. he was the poet, while she was the muse.

series; code geass: lelouch of the rebellion
pairing; suzakueuphemia.
disclaimer; not mine. ever.
notes; all time low is my favorite band besides blink-182 and if anybody says they don’t have talent i will find them and shoot them in wherever it’ll hurt the most.


that was alright with you )
radgamerlatula: (Default)
 prompt; o2. i’ve got no place in my heart for a criminal like you to dwell.

series; homestuck.
pairing; daveterezi. of course.
disclaimer; do not own.
notes; alternate universe/au. humanstuck. i seriously love atl shoot me


your souls weren't ready to let go of each other yet )
radgamerlatula: (Default)
 prompt; o3. i hope the air will serve to remind you that my heart is as cold as the clouds of your breath.

series; code geass: lelouch of the rebellion
pairing; leloucheuphemia
disclaimer; do not own
notes; haven’t written for cg in so long DRABBLE TIME HERE WE GO

you say your last goodbye )
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