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Shout out to Artemis, who upon seeing Butler, a life-long friend and his surrogate father, be shot, immediately thinks, “wtf… seriously thought we were gonna die together by getting murdered somewhere nice and tropical in a decade”

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Spoilers? For deny all charges (I’m in the mode of it)//




Idk how Angeline and Artemis I are planning to keep Artemis away from the People like what is their plan

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The thing about Artemis Fowl that cracks me up the most is Butler’s name.

Domovoi, at least in Russian folklore, is a type of house fairy, that helps around the house for a small fee. Which is fine and thematically appropriate until you consider the fact that Butler had parents. And at least one of them was familiar enough with Russian traditions to know exactly what he (or she) was doing.

So… they straight up named their child “House-servant House-servant”

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The thing about Artemis Fowl that cracks me up the most is Butler’s name.

Domovoi, at least in Russian folklore, is a type of house fairy, that helps around the house for a small fee. Which is fine and thematically appropriate until you consider the fact that Butler had parents. And at least one of them was familiar enough with Russian traditions to know exactly what he (or she) was doing.

So… they straight up named their child “House-servant House-servant”

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Writing idea

Miraculous x Artemis Fowl crossover

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I picture Artemis as being 16/17 years old here, and about 2 years past his death/rebirth. He’s still got a razor-sharp intellect but he’s very very slightly softened up because of A) all the reflection time he had as a ghost, and B) all the time spent with his family as he recovered afterward

He becomes aware of the situation in Paris pretty early on.

Artemis being himself, wants to take control of the situation. So he calls up Holly and explains his plan.

As soon as Holly hears Miraculous she goes NOPE NUH UH YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN


Here’s the thing about Kwami and fairy magic- you DO NOT MIX THE TWO.

They’re both equally powerful and chaotic, but in completely different ways. It’s like coke and mentos, if coke and mentos could split the surface of the planet into pieces.


Oddly enough, fairies can’t be akumatized. Yes, the Miraculous are powerful, but they have to be wielded by humans, which tempers their power by a lot. If Hawkmoth tried to akumatize a fairy, it would be the equivalent of a newborn baby trying to teach quantum physics to a professor of quantum physics.


Fairy technology can be made into an amok, however, because despite its advancements it’s still not sentient, which means that humans are still more mentally powerful. Not by much, but enough.



((I also toyed with the idea of making this a Maribat crossover))



Bruce used to dislike Artemis Sr. because of his infamy in the criminal underworld, and his lack of care for the people he hurt. Since Artemis Sr. came back from his disappearance he’s been rolling over all his investments into eco-friendly and humanity-bettering technology. He also spends a lot of time off the grid, presumably with his family. Those are priorities that Bruce can grudgingly respect.


The Lazarus pit is a mix of kwami and fairy magic, and prime example of why you never mix the two- anything they make is volatile and just Wrong on a cosmic level.


Damian bonds with Artemis over their sort-of-similar upbringing (early emotional neglect), their deaths and rebirths, experiences with magic and danger, and their experiences learning how to trust and bond with people.


The Butlers bond with Red Hood especially, but with all the siblings over tragic pasts, weapons and fighting techniques (idk anything about that stuff)


Time skip, bonding, etc. eventually they’re all together trying to find Hawkmoth. With all of the genius in the room, you would think they’d find Hawkmoth immediately, right?


Wrong. Because despite the fact that Hawkmoth is a few fries short of a happy meal, he is under the (unwilling) protection of magic. Doesn’t matter how smart and how well-connected and how many resources you have, magic is smarter and more powerful than humans.


By this time, he’s also decoded the whole grimoire, so he has that going for him.



There’s a couple different directions you could go from here. Either:

Hawkmoth did consider looking into other sources of magic, like fairies, but Nooroo frantically explained to him what happened the last time fairy and kwami magic mixed, and Hawkmoth immediately threw that plan away. He wants to get his wife back, not kill everyone else. Not permanently anyway.

OR Hawkmoth goes full scorched earth, “I want my wife back and if I can’t have her then farewell to the planet”, and captures a fairy/fairies to add their magic to the kwamis. Bonus points if it’s Holly.


This is where my imagination ran out, so feel free to continue!

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Finally I can draw something while slacking off, thank GOD

Here’s some art request thingy, the first piece Minerva as Melanie was requested by @lizekaneki, hopefully this was the thing you looking for , and D&D Artificer!Artemis (with some sort of telekinectic spells which i thought it was fun)

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First Artemis Fowl fanart ever lol. Except it is of the imp warlock No.1. If I’m asked what my favorite book in the entire series was, it was the Lost Colony aka book 5. I enjoyed reading his story and found the background of the demons very intriguing compared to the rest of fairy species that live underground. Although he came from Hybras, which was the island of the demons warped into Limbo. I couldn’t think of any other poses so I drew him…showing off his warlock capabilities for some reason. I did NOT trace anyone’s artwork but I did reference the birthday artworks from @hop-a-lot that featured No.1. I’m 50/50 with the result as my art is mediocre. We can all agree with his shirt because he is the no.1 warlock.

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SIGH I know it’s corny and trope-y, but I so want a time travel AF au… for example, in knocking himself + the Butlers out during the siege to escape the time stop, Artemis, Juliet, and Butler are briefly thrown forward in time ~15 years, which is when:

1) future!Juliet is traveling around the wrestling circuit in North America 

2) Butler is p. much retired, but living in Fowl Manor still 

and 3) Myles and Beckett are roughly the same age as book 1 Artemis. 

Important: past!Artemis and the Butlers and future!Artemis and the Butlers need to somehow be unaware of one another’s identities. I don’t care what Convoluted Miscommunication Shenanigans :tm: are required for this to happen, but I want the Healing of the quiet validation that comes with seeing your most private dreams realized in people you don’t know are your future selves, who in turn, similarly unknowingly, forgive you for the mistakes and pain you do not know you are wreaking. Maybe this happens due to future!Artemis experimenting with using his mother’s maiden name, Starinov, for his surname when introducing himself (as Art/Arty is not a terribly uncommon nickname, and in fact, the name Artyom, derived from Artemis, is a name used by many Russian men)! Maybe future!Butler is using his first name, Domovoi/Dom, more often! Maybe Juliet is most famous under her stage name, the Jade Princess! Who knows, certainly not me — again, Shenanigans :tm: are required here.

Also please give me a scene where young!Artemis is a bit abrasive to Myles regarding the boy’s ability to hold up his family legacy, and then is told by his older self that he deserves love without fear of realizing his family’s dreams as the price. Content where the adult self acts briefly as the parent who was never there to their younger self, thus retroactively healing themself and letting go of their guilt and pain of the past… elite content.

tl;dr

this quote and cartoon

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“Of Power and Time, Mary Oliver / Liana Finck for the New Yorker”

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