There is some interesting cosmic irony about the fact blacksand have two sort of a dramedy crack fics about mpreg of around the same lenght (over 37k words like woahhhh)
One in which Sandy is carring the bundle of joy and everything is a bit weird yet mostly nice and domestic but which final just cripple you emotionally in all senses and is a horrible thing because you never see it coming……
And then the one in which Pitch is the knocked up one and talk unstoppable madness, arrange all guardians in a eventual gang beating of the Leprechaun and is more of gen type of deal with some nice sprinkles of blacksand here and there…and is the happy one that did made me feel really better!
More funny fic, beta’d by Vihtalaini.
Summary: Life is never simple for Pitch. Meaning life is never simple for the Guardians. An alt continuation of 'Purdy'.
Posted for St. Patrick’s Day because reasons.
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WOO this is late.
Set sometime in 1969. It’s easier for humans to change than spirits.
It’s not a nightmare. Good. It’s not a dream with Kozzy in it. Still good, Sandy has to admit to himself. That’ll make it easier to wake up. But he still knows he’s dreaming, as a golden glow suffuses the room, and when Sandy turns he sees a short, luminous figure standing on the tiny balcony outside, knocking at the window. The thing to do seems to be to let him in, and so he does.
I’m late! Boooo.
Anyway, instead of a fill for the meme today I have some primarily fluffy blacksand, in which we learn who taught Pitch archery and Sandy is inclined to grant a wish or two. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Even though it’s Valentine’s Day, and Sweet Nothings Bakery and Café is otherwise quite crowded, one small, two-person table set back in a corner remains inexplicably empty. Or, at least, it appears empty to most of the people there. The children who do notice that the table isn’t empty tend to not remark on it.
- 1000 Times
[Some one sided, genderbent Quicksand loosely based around the song ‘1000 Times' by Sara Bareilles. Just a short, kinda sad thing since I'm feeling pre bleh at the moment.]
- English; 875 words; Pitch Black & Sanderson Mansnoozie; Modern AU
Eehehe this one’s got to go under a read more even before the first paragraph.