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Random idea based on that cool headcanon: Will teaches himself to draw over time. Maybe he doesn't remember Parv or the other worlds AT FIRST, but as time goes on he realises. He draws fragments of these worlds, people, places, so much so that in certain dimensions people probably think "we've got a psycho into witchcraft on out hands here, people". A really large number of these pictures are of Parv: each version of him a little different. Eventually he'll show him them. Or one of him.

imperfectkreis:

Will irl isn’t bad at digital art, right? I figure in your crazy “repeating lves in different universes over and over” verse he’d learn to draw Parv every time in every world, amongst all the other pictures he does of all these strange worlds. And through some craziness the pictures come with him or he finds them again and there’s just… a lot of sketches of lots of slightly varied Parv’s.

You can find my original post about this headcanon here but tbh these two anons made it 100x better.

Ugh, anons, you’re great. And I feel like I haven’t given this prompt justice. Like, it should be more than this. But here you go, my best shot at it.

Title: Like a Joke

Pairing: Parvill

Word Count: 2509

Warnings: Non-explicit sex (anal, mostly), probably NSFW, references blood magic, blood drinking, but if blood is your squick, I’m not sure how this is your pairing?

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FUCKING THANK YOU!

A fast and loose fantasy classification guideline.

So Death Ghidorah and Kaiser Ghidorah are dragons but King Ghidorah’s a wyvern? Well, my world is shattered.

I think he’s more of a Hydra than a Dragon, since he has three heads and all

This post actually has me breathing heavy. 

… -squints- But aren’t wyverns often considered to be a sub-group OF dragons..?

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