Aug 122010
 

[ Sky – Master Post ]
Title: Ten Things About Baron
Fandom: Sky
Characters: Baron
Rating: T
Warnings: Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll
Notes: I don’t talk a lot about Baron, so a fair swath of this is going to be eyebrow-raising stuff. The important thing to keep in mind is that he’s nine years younger than Severen, so he was just barely 18 the first time they went on tour, and within five years of that, he was rapidly accelerating toward fame. That growing up shit that people do, between high school and the real world? Baron missed all of it.
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Aug 112010
 

[ Sky – Master Post ]
Title: Ten Things About Severen
Fandom: Sky
Characters: Severen
Rating: G-
Warnings: Depressing?
Notes: So, I’m going to do a full series of scraps with weird notes about everyone in Sky. These are mostly going to be things that didn’t come up in the text, or things that people were lying about in the text. First up, Severen.
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Feb 172009
 

Terrible fic ideas:

  • Crossover fic: Kabuto/Gin. Two sociopaths with nearly unshakable senses of loyalty… nearly…
  • Inspired by the crackmeme: Five times Jim Kirk compared his friends to characters from vampire novels, and the one time Bones threw a book at him.
  • Somebody please remind me who the fuck’s story this actually is: Dude is tripping balls, wants to cook something that involves a fry pan. Dude greases inside of fry pan, but wants to be really sure nothing sticks. Dude greases outside of fry pan, gets caught up in the zen of greasing the fry pan.
Sep 302007
 

Just because it came up in this morning’s epic bullshit session, a quick breakdown of Dreamers and the characters therein, in case a plot bunny comes and bites me on the ass again. This idea dates to about 1997/98 and was originally intended as the basis for a play that was actually a series of interlinked vignettes that told the story of Eluri’s death and Kansas’s subsequent suicide.

The Dreamers are every bit-part in your life. All the walk-ons you never bother to say hello to — those people who don’t matter and you’ll never have any meaningful and lengthy relationship with. Sometimes, the characters are profound — they’ll say things that change your life. Other times, they’re just the rich woman who walks her dog or the dancing bum on the bus stop. They don’t exist for long, and then there’s a new role to be played.
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