@whataboutthebard Wreck: Fuck or die
This is the third time I did this concept, oops. But even though I normally don't shy away from h/c, today we're getting something less heavy. Jaskier is sliding in there like... haha, oppsie. But why is Geralt so grumpy? Besides Jaskier never having learned that we look at things with OUR EYES, not the hands
[Full version on twitter]
It's not a secret that they're fucking, but it felt like one, and now they all know (They're probably still waiting outside, playing cards or something like that.)
Not pictured: Jaskier being smug once they're done, Lambert snickering, Eskels knowing look and Yennefers eyebrows disappearing in her hairline, like. Boys-
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what gets me about revivedbur is that i just can’t figure out what his so-called plans could be for if (really, when) he gets brought back.
like, alivebur created the perfect plan with himself as the villain at centre stage, and called upon the angel of death to kill him when he succeeded. coming back doesn’t fit the narrative of the villain. (and villains don’t get second chances, do they?)
so now we think he has plans? one of the weakest pvpers of the server? as he is resurrected with nothing but the clothes on his back? who will be his patron? dream is in prison. does he think techno would want to play his weapon again? would philza want to watch him spiral into destruction again?
l’manberg is destroyed and glassed over, forever unfinished. he leaves behind no unfinished business. well, he does, in the form of eret, niki, fundy, literally everyone else - but acknowledging that would be acknowledging that people did care for him, up until the end. which i don’t think he can do. not yet, at least.
revenge? against who? if he truly believes what he said in limbo - and i really think he could’ve - he doesn’t even blame dream as the primary aggressor of the server. dream helped wilbur play the villain, and then wilbur died. revenge for what?
wilbur knows he’ll be revived at some point. he must have a plan. but what motive can someone have when they believe their story is already finished?
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