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Today's theme is going to be Collecting, so you might want to write about characters gathering and coming together, about collecting items or memories, about go somewhere to retrieve other characters, about collecting on a debt or a promise, about a character's need to collect his/her emotions. Be as literal or as creative as you like. Any fandom, any pairing.

Please follow the following formats (the second is for crossovers) in your requests in order to help the code-monkeys:

Fandom, Pairing, Prompt
Fandom1/Fandom2, Pairing, Prompt

Some examples might be:

X-Files, Mulder/Scully, You have over one hundred what?
LOTRips, Sean/Viggo, too much to drink
24/James Bond, Jack Bauer/Bond, You owe me.

You may leave as many prompts as you'd like as long as they're one prompt per comment, and you can write in response to your own prompts.

If you don't see any prompts today that wake up your muses, then please check out the Lonely Prompts index for inspiration.

Most of all, have fun!!!


May. 6th, 2009 03:52 am (UTC)
George knows the moment he walks in the door that something's not right.

He can hear things slamming around in the kitchen, and his first assumption is that Annie's having her monthly again -- until he steps through the doorway and sees that Annie is nowhere in sight, and there's actually a pair of physical hands doing the slamming.

As he watches, Mitchell slams the cupboard shut, spinning around, a curse muttered under his breath -- and then aborted when he sees George standing there, staring. Mitchell's face flushes with shame, and he turns away again.

"You all right?" George keeps his tone even and mild, already knowing the answer, but seeking the reason.

"Fine," Mitchell snaps.

"Right." George is unconvinced. "Anything I can do to...?"

"You can get out of my face!"

Mitchell snarls, getting into George's face to say so. George flinches slightly, backing off and giving Mitchell his space for the rest of the night. He's fairly certain he knows what's wrong.

Every now and then, there's a particularly gory incident at the hospital -- and on those days, Mitchell's cravings seem to be worse than usual. His temper gets shorter and more volatile as he fights his desire for blood, struggling for control.

George knows better than to get in the way of a jonesing, irritable and irrational vampire in the throes of bloodlust withdrawal.


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