Summary: Blake has managed to lose all but one of her ribbons. Ruby subtly suggests going ribbon shopping, and even though Blake feels as if the weapons-maniac has a hidden agenda she can’t help but take her up on her offer.
Notes: 605 words, Blake and Ruby-centric. Set after EP16.
Summary: It’s the first life Morgan remembers taking that doesn’t belong to a Risen or a wild animal. Chrom doesn’t care if it’s his first kill or his thousandth kill, he just wants that haunted look out of his son’s eyes.
Rating: K+ to T for mentions of violence and death.
Notes: 781 words, Chrom and Chrom!Morgan-centric. Set after the first Future Past DLC.
A Beacon Home
Summary: Four times Ruby doesn’t see Blake, and the one time she does. Leading a team means more than giving out orders; it means welcoming your teammates with open arms.
Notes: 2391 words. Blake and Ruby-centric, borderline Blake/Ruby? Set post-EP15. This hasn’t really been edited, so I apologize for any errors.
Summary: Weiss knows that she’s not perfect—not yet. So, to better understand the teammate she’s driven away, the Schnee heiress looks for answers from an unlikely source.
Rating: K+ for darker undertones (aka the whole Faunus=racism thing).
Notes: 923 words, Weiss and Velvet-centric. Major spoilers for EP15. I’m trying to get an idea on Velvet’s character and a better grasp on Weiss’, especially after the latest episode.
Summary: Robin’s got a little problem to deal with before the day’s over, and since there’s nobody around to help, he might as well fix it himself.
Rating: M for adult scenes.
Notes: 818 words, Robin(M)xChrom-ish. Occurs at no specific time in the main plot.
Alternate pairing is Robin(M)xhis hand.
Step, Turn, Stumble
Summary: The upcoming Vytal festival includes more than a combat tournament—there’s a mandatory ball, which means formal dancing. Weiss refuses to leave Ruby clueless about even the Waltz, and takes it upon herself to teach the redhead after classes every evening.
Notes: 552 words, Ruby/Weiss-centric.
Prompt: The Space between Dream and Reality
Summary: Sometimes she is so bright and shining that she hurts to look at, and it is enough for him to close his eyes and wonder if it’s all real.
Rating: K+ for mentions of violence and death.
Notes: 719 words, Lon’qu/Lissa-centric. For TwoBreaths, who actually wrote a Libra/Nowi thing for me and requested Lon’qu/Lissa or Frederick/Tharja in return.
AU: Rags to Riches
Summary: Princess Hilda has done it all; she’s learned swordplay under her father’s nose, roughhoused with the kitchen staff, and fallen in love with the castle gardener. She should have just followed the rest of her sisters and decided on one of the princes they had already enchanted.
Rating: K+? Because Hilda swears like once
Notes: 1097 words, hinted ExpressShipping. Loosely based off of Clare Charlton’s re-telling of the fairy tale “The Twelve Dancing Princesses”, where Hilda is the youngest princess, Ingo is the gardener, and Emmet is the one who grants the gardener the magical cloak.