September 16th, 2021

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Crossovers: More prompts!

I am behind again! I was thinking we should be putting up some prompts every 4 days or so, but I've let it slide! Anyway, here I am at last with some more prompts for you. skargasm has made such a pretty banner for this challenge, so I have decided to use it in my posts too - thank you so much, my dear, hope you don't mind me doing this.

Your prompts for today are:

1. A character from Fandom A turns out to be a past love of a character from Fandom B, and this comes to light during a conversation with another character from one of their fandoms. You can choose whether the person/people they are talking to about this knows the past love character.
2. Fandom A is under fire for something, and Fandom B must come to the rescue. You choose whether it's actual gunfire, or they have been accused of something and Fandom B has to clear their name. Either side can be the whole team, a couple of characters or just one person.
3. A character from Fandom A's dog runs away, and while searching for it, a character from Fandom B gets caught up in the search, or has found the dog and returns it. Feel free to change the animal if that works for you.

And don't forget, every entry in before the 15th of October is in for a banner! So let's get creative out there!
Hawaii Five 0::team::Ohana

Thursday Tropes: Week 35

It's been a minute, hasn't it? Well, we're back...and maybe slightly different?

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This time around...A. FULL. YEAR. OF. TROPES!

Some Thursdays will have 2 tropes, some will have 3, but I think the majority will have 1 that's really popular.

Descriptions will be pulled from TV Tropes and a link provided if you want more information.

The rules? They're simple. Write at least 250 words or create 2 icons/1 banner. Anything from suggestive to outright porn is allowed.

This week, there are 2 tropes!

Disappointed in You: One character fails at something. Instead of being angry, another character is morose. They don't yell at the first character or ask them "What Were You Thinking?" or anything dramatic like that. Instead, they calmly, sadly and often regretfully tell the other person that they've let them down. Someway, somehow, they've set the second character's hopes for them high and then failed to deliver. May be worded as "I'm disappointed in you," or "You disappoint me," or at a stretch "I expected better/more of you." However it's worded, the issue isn't one of outrage or indignation — merely that the speaker has been let down by the other and they feel like a fool for believing there would be any other outcome.

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Hero Academy: Many fictional worlds show a hero working his way to fight and stop some great evil. Sometimes they're princes or knights fighting to save a damsel in distress, maybe they're mercenaries fighting evil for a paycheck or a regular person relying strictly on his wits and luck. Either way, they were defined as heroes on their respective stories.

But what if being a hero alone is to be considered a job?

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