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Before Elli could say anything, Sensin had picked Ykelt up under the arms and was holding him up in the air like a limp sack of fruit.
‘Come near Elli again and I will snap you in half like the twig you are!’ he growled, giving the man a shake. ‘How dare you take advantage of her like that! I will end you!’
>TFW you fuck your sister-in-law, so her husband picks you up under the arms and your life flashes before your eyes making you regret every choice you've ever made leading up to this moment and you realise you love your own wife and vow to never cheat on her ever again
3am and I got The Urge to draw Mandrii.
She's telling her husband a creepy ghost story, coz she knows he gets spooked easily.
‘I came to Canis,’ Wryn said. ‘I can’t go to jail here for a crime I committed in another country; unless that country puts out an International Warrant. Which they haven’t. I keep up to date just in case.’
‘Where will you go if they do?’ Ell’ian asked.
‘Labuntur’s my backup,’ Wryn admitted. ‘It’s not in the Alliance, so International Warrants aren’t valid there. I already have a plot of land in my name —it’s where everyone else moved, actually— if it wasn’t for my Popa and grandchildren I’d have moved in with them already. Plus I have to look out for you,’ she ruffled Toro’s hair. ‘I owe that to your ma’, don’t I?’
When you have sex with another man's wife, so he picks you up under the arms like a baby & your life flashes before your eyes making you regret every choice you've ever made leading up to this moment & you realise you love your own wife & vow to never cheat on her ever again.
Just updating an old WIP from earlier in the year. Getting the lines done :)
Sal'rez met Cloud'Cuddle while on holiday in the Empire.
They bonded over foxen furniture being too small for their big gay butts.
Felinic parenting technics are very mentor-like, and many other Sentients criticise them for being distant to their children. However, this distance they show their children is very helpful as the children grow independent quickly and are able to leave their parents rather early; which, when their natural rebellious instinct is considered, is a good option for them to have.
In absence of parents, felinic children will cling to any adult figures they find.
When the seces pirates first find Candi, alone and scared in Tarork’s room, and know they can’t just leave her there.
cw: implied child abuse / implied csa
Candi felt herself screaming as a seces, as green as the castle’s rose bushes, shoved the broken door aside and turned to her.
She saw the blood-covered sword in their hand as they stepped toward her and she let out another dry-throated scream. She tried to cram herself further into her hiding place, but she was already so far back she could barely move.
The seces put a hand on the bed’s head and bent down to peer at her. Their gills made a popping sound as they sighed and stood back up. They motioned to another seces —who Candi hadn’t seen come in— that had begun ransacking the room.
The second seces stopped rifling through Tarork’s drawers as the first discarded their sword onto the bed and crouched down at the opening to the gap.
The pair motioned to each other with their hands, as if having a silent conversation, before the second gave a frustrated grunt and joined the first.
The minute they laid eyes on Candi their gills clamped down hard and they gave a disgusted hiss.
The first seces edged forward and reached out a hand to Candi. ‘Come out. We won’t hurt you.’
The blood smeared over their clothes said otherwise, and Candi didn’t believe them. She pressed back further into the gap and shook her head. She could barely breathe.
The second seces sighed, and quickly pulled off their shirt and offered it to her. She didn’t take it, at first, but when they placed it on the floor in front of her and backed away she slowly —carefully— took it and slipped it over her head.
It was awkward. The space was so cramped she could barely lift her arms. And the shirt was so big it fit her like a dress. … Though, being covered to her knees was a relief. Even if the shirt was covered in a sticky, salty slime from the seces.
‘Come out,’ the first seces urged. ‘It’s okay. We won’t hurt you. Will we, Pexziz?’
Pexziz shook their head. ‘Nos. We’ses won’ts. Youses ares too smalls.’
Candi shook her head again.
‘What’s your name?’ the first seces asked, edging closer to the gap’s entrance. ‘I’m Kei.’
Candi didn’t dare answer. Not that she would have been able to if she’d tried, her throat was so sore and dry.
‘Come on, sweet,’ Kei carefully slid towards her. They barely fit into the gap with her, but after a bit of wiggling they managed to ease close enough to put a hand on her knee. ‘We’ll help you.’
Candi wasn’t sure she believed them. They were twice her size, and covered in blood. And had scars that made them look like they’d been in a hundred wars.
She swallowed, and knew she was shivering.
‘I’mses movings the beds,’ said Pexziz. ‘Justs a littles bits. Don’tses gets scareds.’
She couldn’t help it. Her heart was already pounding— And when the bed shifted a few inches away and Kei moved closer she let out another dry-throat cry and instinctively kicked out at them.
Not that it did much. She was too weak to fight as they brushed her flailing legs to the side and wrapped their arms around her.
‘Shh,’ Kei breathed.
For a moment she didn’t know what the seces was doing and struggled. … But when she felt them begin to rock her back and forth she felt herself relax, and leant into the embrace and closed her eyes.
‘It’s alright,’ they whispered. ‘You’re alright.’
‘Captains ises goings to’s wants to’s hearses abouts this,’ Pexziz muttered. ‘I’lls goes tells him.’
Candi heard the seces’ footsteps as they hurried out of the room and toward the commotion on deck. She lost track of them when Kei pushed back her ears and kissed her forehead.
‘It’s okay,’ they told her. ‘Don’t listen to what’s happening up there. You’re safe here with me.’
She didn’t know why, but she actually believed them this time.
She couldn’t believe she believed them. But she couldn’t help it. She shivered as the seces cradled her against their chest— Their heartbeat was calming and she was sure her own was slowing to match it.
Because of the rebellious instinct of young felinics, there tends to be a lot of petty thefts in felinic cities; theft is a mostly-harmless way for felinic youth to feel as if they have rebelled. Theft is, of course, still illegal; but most people ignore these crimes as the young felinics will mostly return the items after a week or so. It is generally understood that if you find a young felinic breaking into your (or your neighbour’s) house, you treat them well and send them on their way.
Theft is so common and natural to felinic youth that there are return boxes in front of all government buildings, similar to postal boxes, with descriptions of important stolen items and their owners on a board behind it. The boxes are emptied weekly and any stolen items put in them are taken back to their owners. Most stolen items end up returned through these boxes, though a few smaller items, such as wooden spoons or pillowcases, aren’t even reported as missing and end up being given to charity when their owners can’t be found.
This scene is old, but good, and I can’t wait to get to rewriting it ;u; Sadly it’s in book 2 though, so it’s gonna take forever to get to.
Stars and Raidus meet, and Raidus immediately starts flirting with her (and she loves it)
‘He’s actually my brother. But thank you,’ Stars mumbled, brushing her hair out of her eyes with a hand. ‘You look nice as well.’
‘Thanks, I’m Raidus Yuitami,’ he grinned and held out his hand.
‘Stars Beesa,’ Stars shook it gently, then glanced around. ‘My son is around somewhere. His name is Little Demon.’
‘Little Demon?’ Raidus chuckled. ‘That’s an unusual name.’
‘We’re an unusual family,’ Stars said, blushing.
‘I’ll keep that in mind,’ Raidus replied. ‘Where’s his father?’
‘I’reka,’ said Stars. ‘He’s got another family to live with. And I think even if he didn’t, Ka’harja wouldn’t let him live here.’
Raidus looked awkward for a second before his grin came back. ‘Sounds like my cousin.’
Stars laughed at that.
‘You know, I’ve got royal blood in me. Do you have any royal in you?’
‘No, I don’t.’
‘Would you like some?’ he asked.
Stars’ ears twitched curiously. ‘What do you mean?’
Raidus gave her a wink, and a cheeky grin, and Stars seemed to realise what he meant.
Her ears stuck upright and she bit her lip, blush creeping along her cheeks until her face was bright pink.
‘Is that a yes?’ Raidus chuckled, leaning closer.
Stars giggled and covered her face with her hands.
Raidus gently pulled her hands away and bent down enough that he could bump his nose into hers.
She let out another giggle, and looked away. ‘I— excuse me for a moment.’
Raidus let her slip away and she hurried over to Ka’harja.
‘Ka’harja!’ she exclaimed. ‘Have you met Raidus?’
‘Yes, I met him,’ Ka’harja had to grab Stars’ arms to stop her jumping up and down. ‘Stars, he’s basically a straight version of me. You don’t want to do this to yourself.’
AFGGDDGFD I just found this in my first draft and it perfectly sums up Linzor’s personality. Like PERFECTLY.
it gets to skip the queue because it made me giggle
Linzor looked at it for a long while before snorting, ‘It’s not very good, is it?’
‘LINZOR!’ Elli exclaimed. ‘Mingan, sweetie, don’t listen to him!’
Linzor rolled his eyes. ‘What? It’s not like she’s at a professional level or anything. I’m just being honest.’
‘Linzor she’s SIX!’