labyrinthmess: (nihon tattoo)

Title: Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Belarus/Japan, Greece/Japan.
Rating/Genre: R/NC-17. Modern-AU, Drama. Crossover(?)
Summary: In which The Bride seeks to right the whole, bloody affair. Loosely based on Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill.
Warnings: Some violence, sex and character death(s).

A/N: "You should write a Kill Bill crossover AU fic with Japan as The Bride LOL" was a random prompt my friend dared me with. Add that to some late-night inspiration... and well, this ficlet happened.

“Was he a screamer in bed too, like you?” )
labyrinthmess: (gerita kitties)

Title: Towards the Unforeseeable Tomorrow
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Germany/North Italy.
Rating/Genre: PG-13 / Introspective, Fluff, Friendship.
Summary: Regardless of how he feels inside, Veneziano is always smiling. Based on this strip.
A/N: Written for owlbro [ profile] counterheist, because she was having a crappy week and needed some cheering-up. As it was written at 5AM, it may or may not come across as a little disjointed in some places. Also, hey, look, it's not a Giripan fic!

He doesn’t want to make Germany worry again, but he also doesn’t know what else to do when he’s afraid )

labyrinthmess: (giripan together)
Title: Tomodachi / Fílos
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Greece/Japan
Rating/Genre: PG-13 / Fluff
Summary: In which Herakles tries to make amends
Warnings: Human-AU, somewhat incoherent narrative and language.
Note: Drabble for [ profile] lovemeliekmary's prompt: “Giripan. Language barrier, but they maintain a relationship somehow through the use of charades, gestures, and very little words that they have learned from the other.”

He kept his gaze on everything else except Kiku. )
labyrinthmess: (nihon tattoo)
Title: Harbinger
Character(s)/Pairing(s): England and Japan. And mentions of Austria and Workbitch “Bartholomew” Howard.
Rating/Genre: PG-13
Summary: In which Arthur realises that slaves aren't always what they seem.
Warnings: attempts at a Steampunk-AU, human names used, some action/fight scenes. Also, secret-Pirate!Iggy and a giant  airship.
Notes: A drabble for [ profile] naturethezafara's not-so-anon request on Tumblr, as part of a writing meme/challenge. Prompt was “England/Japan in a steampunk or dieselpunk setting”.

Arthur cursed silently at his carelessness but he was the Captain of the 'Elizabeth', and God-be-damned if he’d allow a mongrel of a flea-bitten slave one-up him on his own ship. )

labyrinthmess: (germouser angry hiss)
Title: Hell’s Kitchen, Hetalia-style
Character(s): Germany, Spain, England, Sweden and Switzerland
Rating/Genre: G / Humour
Warnings: Human names, script-style narration, and crack, so much crack. Oh and England’s scones. Again. Le horror.
Notes: Written in twenty minutes on a whim and based on a random prompt given by a friend. Thanks to [ profile] ren_chan146 for correcting the German grammar here.
Disclaimer: Proceed with caution for I bear no responsibility for what happens next.

"It's all about doing it like a REAL MAN. And since I can't help but pity you poor, uneducated sods, I'll have to show you how it's really done. Let me make you all some lovely scones." )

labyrinthmess: (kuro-kiku)
Title: Lost in the Sounds
Character(s)/Pairing(s):  England/Japan
Rating/Genre: G
Summary: In which Arthur ponders about companionship and the things he will miss at the end of it.
Warnings: Historical references to the Anglo-Japanese alliance. Oh and my terribly lame attempts at trying to be half-metaphorical in hopes of breaking the accursed Writer’s Block.
Notes: Written for [ profile] naturethezafara as part of a drabble-challenge. She wanted a sprinkle of England/Japan, coupled with a pinch of angst and showed me a link to Regina Spektor’s song called Fidelity. This is the concoction I came up with (and it’s not a song-fic).  But well... yeah.

A pity, but really, what do two old blokes know of these things, aye? )


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