Stereotypes Intro [Humanstuck]Splash,splash,splash. The wet grass plus the mud underlow made these noises as you walkedStereotypes Intro [Humanstuck] by SilverCrow-kicks-you
up the dirty path to your to you unknown destination. You have no idea why you are doing
this. But this might need some explanation.
Your name is (pre-name) (post-name). You are a sixteen years old (gender) canadian.
From your personality are you rather calm and a bit shy, but also very kind and polite.
Except when it comes to sports and brawl, than you get wild, loud and violent and like to join fights, even if they aren't yours. Allo in all are you a perfectly stereotypical canadian, and maybe that's why you are here now.
A few weeks ago you and your family received a letter in which stood written that you were
chosen to be part of the "Five Worlds Project", a project of the
Social Kinds Agency of International Acting, short S.K.A.I.A. , which is about gathering
students from all over the world to live and study together as some kind of a peace treaty
between the nations of the world.
Predators - Incubus!LokixReaderxVampire!Sherlock“You are in need of a flock and I of a harem; I do not see why we cannot share.” The incubus’s deep, smooth voice was calm and reasoning as his sea coloured eyes observed his pacing companion.Predators - Incubus!LokixReaderxVampire!Sherlock by SuperQatarGirl
“Because I have a hard time imagining that those willing to have intercourse with you will also be willing to let me feed off them.” The slightly deeper and gruffer voice of the vampire was cold and unrelenting, his stormy grey eyes sharp and focussed as he stared straight ahead.
“Come now; I am not picky.” A charming smile spread across the incubus’s pristine, ivory face, revealing straight pearly-whites. “You pick out the ones you wish and I shall have my fun regardless; I know you will choose well.”
“There has to be a catch to this deal,” the vampire nearly sneered in reply, showing off his own reflective, pointy incisors. He strode over quickly to sit in the chair opposite the one his partner in conversation occupied in h