In case anyone is interested, I now have a blog for role-playing as the illustrious Sebastian Michaelis.
I RememberI remember floating above the earth, my arms splayed like an eagle's as I fell down down down. The wind swept across my face, chilling me to the bone and sending shivers down my spine. Then I remember there was nothing but arching trees over my head, the singing oaks of some fantastic wood. I remember waking up from their song and wondering why I had to be roused from my dream, why I had to return to this realm of pain and strife, to this world of greed where we humans care for ourselves over any other. I remember wondering why we are so greedy and callous to our fellows, just because they are not us. They may be human, but we treat them worse than the animals we take into our homes.I Remember by Whovian-Shitsuji
I remember my heart shattering as I read a few lines of texts, nothing more than computerized pixels scrawled across the harsh white of my screen. I remember the hot, salty tears flooding from my eyes and again I remember asking, why? I had given my everything to her and even as we embraced for the last ti
After the 57th Expedition (ErenxLevi) Everything had gone wrong. Petra, Gunther…the entirety of Levi’s Squad were…gone. Because he trusted them. ‘Because I trusted them, they’re dead. If I had just…believed in myself none of this would have happened. I could have saved them! I could have…’After the 57th Expedition (ErenxLevi) by Whovian-Shitsuji
Eren Jaeger sat in the dining hall of the Survey Corp’s castle base, alone. To think that just the night before he had been surrounded by his…yes, in the end he could call them friends. They had earned his full trust, something that ultimately cost them their lives. The new recruit dug his fingers into the wood of the table, making them bleed as the wood splintered and pierced the soft, fleshy tips.
Nothing but regret came from the 57th Expedition beyond the walls. Regret, pain, and death. Of course, these things were to be expected. But never, never to this extent. ‘If I hadn’t been such a weakling they would have lived