July 17th, 2011

Arthur: Default

Paper Planes


HomeRulesPlotReservationsTaken

Humans have always been fickle, but such was taken to a near ultimatum when they decided to prevent future wars by effectually killing their nations. Nature; though, has always been a far more temperamental force to deal with. As she has always been wont to do her will has contrasted with the humans, effectually reincarnating the priorly murdered nations.

Now they lead simple human lives, some attending high school whilst others work. They look the same as their predecessors, even having starkly similarly personalities... yet their memories are that spanning perhaps over only a few years. The immortal beings now assume themselves to be humans, yet there is something so very contrasting about them

Their history is burnt into their very being, and it haunts them in nightmares and the sort. Still, when one has high grades to maintain silly dreams ain't important, right?

Wrong.

Hufflepuff Squirrel

Like A Diamond in the Sky

Title: Like A Diamond in the Sky

Author: redblonde7

Genre: Angst/Drama/Romance

Pairing(s): USUK, America/others, Korea/others

Word Count: 1,010

Rating/Warnings: Prostitution (lots of mentions of it), sex (mentions), 15

Summary: When he is researching his next book, Arthur Kirkland has to find out about the people living and working on the streets of London. Some things are better left unturned. AU Done for the 'Nighttime' prompt for the usxuk summer camp. Part one is 'Walk a Mile in Someone Else's Shoes'

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England dots

[fic] A Promise in Lilies (Chapter 3)

 Title: A Promise in Lilies
Rating: PG for now (?)
Characters: France/England, cameo from Canada
Summery: A long time ago Francis made a promise. Snapshots from their history together, to see when, and if, that promise is fulfilled.
Notes: Someone commented that it seemed as if the chapters were moving a bit fast, and I think its supposed to be that way. These are mere moments in their lives captured into words. I hope you like it :)

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narcissus

[Question] Volume 2 special booklet?

In the course of trying to translate a doujin, I came across this line at the top of one of the stories: 2巻特装版特典冊子内ハンガリーさん元ネタを含むハロウィン漫画.

It's suddenly occurred to me that maybe the first bit is referring to the Hetalia Volume 2 Special Edition's special booklet. But even if that's the case, I'm still not sure what's being referenced because I have no idea what was in that booklet--and I haven't had much luck finding a description of the contents by googling, or by looking at various sites indexing Hetalia comics. Can anyone point me in the right direction to find the Volume 2 special booklet, or even just give me a description of anything in it that was related to Hungary?

Thanks!

Germany and Italy Do Paperwork, and Mochimerica Talks!


New blog entry with Germany yelling at Italy for something (doodling on the paperwork?), mentions of 4, and a mochi video! In which Mochimerica answers Japanese questions in American, and is just as rude as his magic fairy counterpart.

http://himaruya.blog61.fc2.com/blog-entry-1213.html#more

(I got Gertalia and mochis for my birthday. Awesome.)
bartending

The Trouble With Americans...: Chapter 8

Title: The Trouble With Americans...
Fandom: Hetalia
Pairings/Characters: Kiku, Alfred, Feliciano, Feliks
Rating: PG
Warnings: offensive stereotyping, racial humor, offensive ethnic jokes, profanity, and generally Alfred just being an ignorant American.

Summary: Highschool AU. The exploration of the strange friendship between a studious Japanese boy and a rowdy, loud-mouthed blond American. Pre-slash. Eventual Alfred/Kiku


Chapter 1: Ethnicity
Chapter 2: Disipline
Chapter 3: Math
Chapter 4: BDSM
Chapter 5: Female
Chapter 6: No homo
Chapter 7: Geography

(Chapter 8: Like)
With so much to say

[fanfiction] "Silk and Steel" - Women's World Cup final fic

Title: Silk and Steel
Series: Axis Powers Hetalia
Characters: fem!America, fem!Japan
Pairing: None.
Rating: PG
Warning: Genderbent nations.
Summary: The final is over.
Notes: Title comes from ESPN commentator, Ian Drake, remarking upon Japan and USA's styles, respectively. Congratulations to Japan for winning the world cup! They have so much to be proud of. But needles to say... I'm so gutted right now.


It didn't sink in. @ stardropdream