madimpossibledreamer: Sherlock staring at the ceiling. (bored)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Universe Optional
Summary: When I first saw Subnautica, I thought 'Jotaro would lose his mind over this game', so here we are.  Fun Fact: I want to get Subnautica and name the Cyclops 'Star Platinum' for reasons.
Word Count: 404
Rating: Gen

          Kakyoin’s been looking forward to getting home and playing some games all day.  He plans on just a few hours before he makes food, or maybe just order out (again) if he loses track of time.
          Jotaro never complains.  He actually prefers fast food and ramen, as far as Kakyoin can tell, which is exactly why Kakyoin insists on being the cook of the couple, to make sure Jotaro has something like a balanced diet, even if he has to trick the man into it.
          Along those lines, Kakyoin wouldn’t normally encourage something like this, but he doesn’t feel like putting the effort in after the day he’s had.
          He walks in and sees…a white coat, hanging up on one of the pegs.  Usually Jotaro’s late.  He loses track of time working with all the animals and often works overtime.  Which at least helps their financial situation, but doesn’t do much for socialization.  “Jojo?”
          “’m here,” a voice calls out, and he follows the voice to the computer room.
          Jotaro’s hunched over the computer, and by the way he’s clenching his jaw he’s angry.  “What’s wrong?”            He takes in the underwater scene.  It doesn’t look like Earth, from what little Kakyoin can tell through his amateur knowledge gleaned from listening to his boyfriend talk.
          “I died,” Jotaro answers, morose.  “I lost a lot of stuff.”
          The game Kakyoin had been looking forward to was actually on the computer, but he can grab his handheld, and it’s so rare to see his boyfriend play a game that he’s really tempted to just watch.
          “You’re home early,” he points out.
          Jojo grunts.  “Bullshit politics.  Some sorta inspection thing; apparently I’m not the best PR and they’re running low staff.  I just hope they don’t neglect any of the animals.”
          Kakyoin embraces his boyfriend from behind, pressing a kiss to Jotaro’s ear.  “Well, if they do, you’re the one to make sure they take responsibility for themselves.”
          The brunet freezes, hands stilling, and Kakyoin can see the slight flush on the tops of Jotaro’s ears.  Immediately, his day is improving.
          “Tell me about the game,” he asks, and Jotaro’s character respawns in what looks like a small floating metallic sphere, and he starts explaining.  He isn’t obviously excited, but the fact that he’s more talkative than normal says it all.  Especially since his “doesn’t play anything” super serious nerd of a boyfriend is actually playing a game.

madimpossibledreamer: Sherlock holding his violin. (sherlock)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure meant to occur in the same universe as O Christmas Tree and the posted Possible Timeline
Summary: Faster to read.
Word Count: 50
Rating: Gen

          She can tell exactly what the hotel workers think when she walks in with her dad.  He, of course, doesn’t bother to clear anything up and just marches past them like they aren’t there.  She gives them a little wave, which startles them.  She tries not to be too amused.



madimpossibledreamer: red and black comic-booky picture of an original Jojo's Stand. (jjba)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure/Buffy the Vampire Slayer AU
Chapter Summary:
Josuke's trying to deal with the Stand attack.
Word Count: 1264
Rating: Gen
Note: HERE THERE PROBABLY BE BUFFY/JJBA SPOILERS.

 

 

madimpossibledreamer: Jiraiya|Yosuke jumping and using a throwing star (Default)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure meant to occur in the same universe as O Christmas Tree and the posted Possible Timeline
Summary: Out of all the people Buffy expected to see in LA, her bio-dad wasn't one of them.
Word Count: 892
Rating: Gen

madimpossibledreamer: Eye from manga drawing. (edgeworth)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AU (where the joestars & friends play innocent sin online) iso//sq
Summary: Kakyoin doesn't know how to deal with this.
Word Count: 393
Rating: Gen

         “So…you’re a girl.”
         “Sorta,” Jotaro responds with a bland tone.  It’s common for him to say things in a bland tone, but there’s actually differences in the bland tone.  For instance, right now he’s wondering why the hell Kakyoin’s making a big deal about this tinged with an undercurrent of irritation if it keeps up (Kakyoin’s heard him use it a couple of times on his mother, a sweet lady named Holly who he’s heard next to nothing about because while Jotaro isn’t normally talkative he clams up when it’s about his mom).
         “But you have tits.”  He’s not usually vulgar, but sometimes it’s the only way to get across to Jotaro.
         That earns an amused smile.  Sort of a ‘well, you earned a brief reprieve, don’t screw it up’.  “Yep.”
         Kakyoin tries, a couple times, to think of a response that won’t get him hit.  Eventually he settles on, “I’m confused,” because honesty is a big part of their friendship, and it’s very true.  He’s having a sexual crisis, actually, because he’s gay but apparently Jotaro isn’t a guy and he likes Jotaro anyway.  Still.  Probably.
         The hot voice helps.
         Jotaro shrugs.  He’s exhuding a ‘don’t wanna talk about it’ air now, but he gets that this is a conversation they need to have.  “I don’t really care.  I don’t particularly like pronouns but if you gotta—and I know it’s inconvenient not to—male pronouns are fine.  I’m not exactly a girl and I don’t like people referring to me as one, but it’s true I’m not exactly a guy, either.  I could have an operation pretty quick if I cared enough.  The old man wouldn’t mind paying for it.  I just…I get that there are people out there who lose their shit over stuff like this.  That it’s a big deal for some people.  I don’t really care.  That being said, anybody assuming that I’m small and weak, just ‘cause I was born with certain parts…”  The look on Jotaro’s face is predatory and dangerous and the world realigns a little again.  There’s a part of his friend that’s cruel, sometimes, and it’s fine because it makes him feel normal.  “I’m Jotaro.  I want people to remember that, not anything else.”
         “You’re certainly memorable,” Kakyoin offers, and the brilliant, fond, even sweet smile he gets in return was worth it.

madimpossibledreamer: Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Ace (Sophie Aldred) (ace)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AU (where the joestars & friends play innocent sin online) iso//sq
Summary: Kakyoin finally gets to talk to his crush.
Word Count: 420
Rating: Gen

        It’s not long until Polnareff gets him playing the game on his own, mostly because yeah, he actually is a gamer at heart, and also he has a ridiculous crush on the owner of the voice which Polnareff finds hilarious.  He’ll be lucky if he stops hearing about that before he dies.  And at least Polnareff’s shifts have been overscheduled for a bit, mostly because the Frenchman has a bad habit of calling in sick once too often.
        He’s gotten to level 9, so he’s gotten through the starting districts of Mikage-cho and has begun to not feel like quite such a beginner.  He’s having difficulties deciding between whether he wants to wield a sword or staff, but is leaning toward staff if only so he can be different from his friend.  Plus, when he rolled really well on a rare sword even if it was a beginning sword the Frenchman hadn’t stopped whining for a few hours, and it’s hard enough to stop that from happening on a regular basis as it is.
        Polnareff gets on long enough to introduce the two (with an innuendo; Kakyoin’s just glad that there’s no facecam so Star can’t see the tips of his ears blushing): “Hey, this is my friend; he’s a virgin at MMORPGS, so take it easy with him, okay?”  He winks at Kakyoin and leaves the room, throwing stuff into his basic pillowcase that he takes to work every day, swearing at that, too.  Kakyoin breathes in quietly as he adjusts the mike and tries to remind himself that he’s the responsible adult of the two roommates and shouldn’t hurl objects at someone even if they’re freaking immature.
        There’s an expectant silence, and Kakyoin feels his heart hammering away in his rib cage, before the guy speaks.  “So, Midori.  And you’re a…Herald.  How’d you end up with a loser friend like that useless Cavalier?”
        Kakyoin nearly doesn’t respond.  He’s got the worst case of butterflies.  He did enough reading on classes and the rest of the game so he doesn’t look like a complete idiot when he plays (ignoring Polnareff who swears no one needs manuals ever).  But on the other hand, this is a guy he really wants to impress and he has to start somewhere, so he responds.  He doesn’t really have the time to think out how he’s gonna say this.  “Probably the same way I’m hoping to become friends with you?”
        That bark of laughter is the single greatest thing he’s heard in his life.

madimpossibledreamer: Jiraiya|Yosuke jumping and using a throwing star (jiraiya|yosuke)
You know you have a problem when your crossovers begin to have crossovers.
I don't think I'm going to have a big story here, for once. Just some fun side stuff with playing games. Thus, I don't think there's going to be any Coma Players amongst the Jojo's crew or anything. It may not even take place in the same universe as the mainverse iso crew, though the created characters might show up at some point. It's like the Endrance|Elk thing.  Continuity is an unanswered question.  It's just playing around, both with the characters and with the game mechanics themselves.
They're also going to be more like vaguely connected drabbles than one storyline with all the blanks filled in and a clear passage of time.
~Dreamer~

Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AU (where the joestars & friends play innocent sin online)
Summary: Polnareff wants Kakyoin to join him in an MMORPG, and Kakyoin gets to hear from one of the people that plays iso with Jean-Pierre.
Word Count: 430
Rating: Gen

          “Come on, Kakyoin, there’s this game you should play. You’re always playing on your console, but you should try actually playing with other people for once.” Polnareff, the social butterfly, probably can’t contemplate actually having fun doing things on his own. He doesn’t like being around most people, doesn’t like the way they tend to look at him, or worse, the way they stop so easily when he just puts up the littlest amount of a false front. Maybe he despises them. It’s hard to tell.
          The logo of the game is vaguely familiar when Polnareff clicks on it. Kakyoin vaguely remembers having seen it before, mostly when the Frenchman had deleted a bunch of Actually Important Stuff to download the thing. He should probably be happy it wasn’t a virus gained from visiting porn sites, considering that the man is kinda reckless with the computer they share.
          “At least I get a perk to deal with living with you. I can access the Japan-only servers,” the man explains as he signs in the game and then a colorful knight-looking character. Kakyoin rolls his eyes and turns the page of his book. As if Polnareff is the one who truly suffers. Well, it’s not like Kakyoin minds. Which is weird.
          He gets sidetracked reading, and only remembers that he’s supposed to be learning all about this new game that he should play (he’s convinced it’s because it would benefit his friend somehow) when the loud, bombastic commentary becomes even worse than usual. Polnareff swears colorfully in French, Kakyoin’s sure without even knowing the language, and then follows that up with a “You’re always cheating, Star.”
          “Am not,” a smug voice replies, and Kakyoin feels his heart skip a beat. That voice, it’s…
          He’s falling in love with some gamer he can’t even see just based on the sound of a sexy voice. This is his social life, right now. He hadn’t really been bothered about reality until this moment when he realizes it’s just that absurd and he’s probably going to buy a game subscription just to hear more of that voice.
          “You just suck at the game.” The speaker punctuates that statement with yet another well-placed strike, and Polnareff’s character dies, and his friend carefully places down the controller like they talked about because Kakyoin really can’t afford to keep buying them replacements, and just stalks off. Most likely to hit a wall or something.
          Hopefully not to break out his fencing equipment, because the last time that happened not at the training facility their landlord threw a fit.

madimpossibledreamer: Sherlock pointing at the side of his head. (the universe is unimportant)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Universe Optional
Summary: Jotaro and Kakyoin go book shopping.  (inspired by a vaguely remembered scene from the brief period where I got 7th Stand User to work though that might've been with Avdol whatever it's been a bit just read the fic and stop reading this note)
Word Count: 350
Rating: Gen

           Kakyoin feels a twinge of guilt as he peruses the book stands eagerly.  Joestar-san had insisted that none of them was to go anywhere alone in case of Stand attack, so Kakyoin asked Jotaro if he’d wanted to go along. He’d gotten a big, expressive shrug in return, but Jojo had stood up, so he’d assumed it had been a yes.  From the way that Jotaro’s standing now, though…not even looking at the stalls, or the stands…what had he even been thinking, bringing a delinquent book shopping?
           He starts slightly as Jotaro clears his throat.  Several of the other customers shiver a little, intimidated.
           “Y-yes, Jojo?” he asks, looking back over his shoulder. 
           Jotaro tugs his cap down to cover his face a little.  “See if there’s any mysteries, Shonen Jump, or books about marine life.”
           For a moment, Kakyoin’s brain short-circuits.  “I-I’m sorry?”
           “It’s not the end of the world if you can’t find them,” Jotaro states gruffly, clearly embarrassed.  “It’d just be something to keep us from getting bored.”
           It’s all he can do to keep the wide grin off his face.  He’s been trying to learn more about his rescuer for ages, so the chance to do so is amazing.  “Any particular authors?  I don’t know that much about the mystery genre.”  He spots a children’s marine life book and almost ignores it, but then realizes it follows the letter of Jotaro’s request and he can find a mystery, somewhere in this haphazard collection, to make up for it.
           Jotaro’s begun mumbling into his cap, which is a little funny.  “My favorite is Columbo, so if you can find any of those.  Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple isn’t bad, though.  Honestly I’ll read any well-written mystery.”  He’s embarrassed, and Kakyoin’s first instinct is to tease him, but he doesn’t give in to that instinct.  Jojo is his first friend.  He might as well be nice.
           “I’ll look,” he promises, and is grateful he’s looking back because he sees the slightest of smiles cross the fellow student’s face before he glances away and hides his face with the hat.

madimpossibledreamer: red and black comic-booky picture of an original Jojo's Stand. (jjba)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure/Buffy the Vampire Slayer AU
Chapter Summary:
Josuke wakes up in a snowstorm with little idea of how he got there.  (Hint: it's a Stand attack, because it's always a Stand attack.)
Word Count: 1264
Rating: Teen
Note: HERE THERE PROBABLY BE BUFFY/JJBA SPOILERS.

madimpossibledreamer: Sherlock holding his violin. (creative)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Universe Optional
Summary: faster to read
Word Count: 60
Rating: Gen
Warning: It’s Jojo’s, so dudes of ambiguous sexuality ahead.

            “Remember the beginning, where I was scared to even talk to you?”
            Jotaro grunts.  “I prefer now.”
            “What, you don’t like your men strong and silent?” Kakyoin teases, and then is struck by the image of Jotaro dating himself and cannot contain the giggle.
            “Yare yare,” Jotaro shakes his head.  “You have too much of an imagination, you green twig.”

madimpossibledreamer: Jiraiya|Yosuke jumping and using a throwing star (Default)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AU
Summary: faster to read
Word Count: 75
Rating: Gen

         Jotaro Kujo understands that his minor of psychology has nothing to do with marine biology.  He was hooked the minute he heard synesthesia described, on the ‘visiting scholar lecture’ he was dragged to by a visiting Holly.  He’s driven to understand.
         They don’t have all the answers.  Discovering ‘why’ is a distant dream.  It still lingers, tantalizing, and it’s not like he’s not used to more questions than answers in a universe populated by Stands.

madimpossibledreamer: red and black comic-booky picture of an original Jojo's Stand. (jjba)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure/Buffy the Vampire Slayer AU
Chapter Summary: Josuke tries to wrap his head around the aftermath of the conference call.

Word Count: 1004
Rating: Teen
Note: HERE THERE PROBABLY BE BUFFY/JJBA SPOILERS.

madimpossibledreamer: red and black comic-booky picture of an original Jojo's Stand. (jjba)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure/Buffy the Vampire Slayer AU
Chapter Summary: Josuke tries to deal with this new world.

Word Count: 1261
Rating: Teen
Note: HERE THERE PROBABLY BE BUFFY/JJBA SPOILERS.
Note: Exodus '04 is suuuch a Josie song...

madimpossibledreamer: red and black comic-booky picture of an original Jojo's Stand. (jjba)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure/Buffy the Vampire Slayer AU
Chapter Summary:
Darling Violetta has to fight the Stand Sons of Dixie without her own Stand.
Word Count: 1261
Rating: Teen
Note: HERE THERE PROBABLY BE BUFFY/JJBA SPOILERS.
Chapter alternatively titled Beautiful Moment.


madimpossibledreamer: Zhuge Liang standing with his fan, looking peaceful.  Army in background. (peace)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Jojo Pantheon?  I don't know what to name this universe.  What does everyone think of Drama Pantheon?  Still probably crack.  Or something.
Summary:
Word Count:
Rating: Gen

          Kakyoin finishes stocking the shelf and wipes the sweat off his brow.  Who knew that many cans could be that heavy?  (Well, Polnareff, considering he foisted this off on Kakyoin ‘as payment for having to cover for your shift this weekend’ and was always complaining about the task, but still.)  And he walks down the aisle and turns the corner and…
          And there’s Death, leaning as casually as a tank can against an aisle, turning the pages of what looks like a children’s marine life coloring book. 
          “What are you doing here?” he hisses.
          Jotaro glances up and is about to respond, but then Polnareff’s voice joins them, and Kakyoin feels like screaming.  The world is conspiring against him.
          “Who’s this hunk?  Don’t tell me that story about a date was true, mon fruend!”
          It takes Kakyoin a moment to realize what Polnareff has said.  Wide-eyed, he turns to Death, who discreetly shakes his head.  Thank goodness.  It’s nice having a friend, and funerals suck.

madimpossibledreamer: Sherlock holding his violin. (sherlock)
Happy Christmas or other assorted holidays!
(or, if you celebrate nothing, have a great day just because!)
~Dreamer~
O Christmas Tree O Christmas Tree, how deadly are your branches (fun fact: I only know this song in German...)

Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure sorta universe optional
Summary: Jolyne has her dad help with the Christmas tree.
Word Count: 475
Rating: Gen
Notes: Originally this was written for the universe where Jolyne is Buffy, but I realized I didn't actually use her name or do anything super clearly tied to it.  The 'on the ground too' is a reference to Joyce.  If so, not sure where Dawn is--maybe she's asleep?  Or Xander's taking her last minute shopping, or something?  Does not take place on Christmas.  The party isn't written; maybe a holiday fic for next year?  I like the flow, all the dialogue (much snark), etc.  Also based on real-life events.  First year with an artificial tree and it turns out I'm allergic.

          “Come on, Dad!  Come on!  We have to get the tree ready!”  It’s been ages since she wandered in and poked her Dad like this.  She was a kid herself, but she’s feeling younger than she has in a while.
          Jotaro grumbles into his pillow, but she keeps poking, unworried.
          “Isn’t it too early?”  He’s finally audible.
          “Nope!” she responds cheerfully.  “It’s 10:30.  You’re not a high schooler, which is clearly the only excuse.  You’re just lucky I waited this long, neglecting my daughterly duties to bother you way too early in the morning.  Up, up, tree, tree!”
          He growls and grabs his hat off the nightstand by his bed, but he sits up.  “Fine.”
          He looks like he’s on autopilot as he helps her get the tree down from the attic and holds pieces to help her set it up.  She can’t resist.  “By the way, everyone’s supposed to come for a Christmas Eve party.  Don’t say I didn’t warn you.”
          He yawns.  “How’s this supposed to go?”
          She blinks.  “Haven’t you ever used an artificial tree before?”
          “The old man insisted on a real tree every year, so no.  When he was there, it was a big production, but it’s not quite the same in Japan.”
          She gasps in shock.  “Heathen!”
          Green eyes blink in her direction.  “I don’t understand you sometimes.”
          “That’s okay,” she responds, hugging him, and he responds as much as he can.
          They finish setting it up, and they sit down to get a little coffee.  He doesn’t stir much, but does hold out a hand when she offers freshly made coffee and toast.  And she gasps.
          There’s red, bumpy, raised skin on his arm, little circles and lines.  “Are you okay?”  Even as she asks, she remembers seeing someone in the store, telling anyone that will listen about her ‘allergies’.  And that’s honestly what it looks like.  “Are you allergic?  Are you breathing?”
          “Clearly, I’m not breathing.  I’m dead.”  The sarcasm’s annoying, but his voice sounds normal enough for a sleep-deprived Jotaro.
          She punches his shoulder, and he grimaces but doesn’t move.  “Sorry.”
          “Like you knew.”  He sighs.  “I guess I won’t help decorate.”
          “Are you sure it’s fine having it around?”  That’s the last thing she wants, her dad on the ground, too.  She shakes the idea out of her head.
          “It feels like it left some sort of residue, or something.  Touch is probably the problem.  Unless it’s a Stand, in which case, feel free to punch it through the nearest wall.” 
          She can’t help the laugh, but glares at him for not taking this seriously enough.  He shrugs in response.  She’s going to keep an eye on him, but she can relax a little.  “Well, I should’ve known that only a Grinch would be allergic to Christmas.”
          "Cute," he snarls, but fluffs her hair anyway.


madimpossibledreamer: Sherlock holding his violin. (sherlock)
I hope you're all having a good whatever time period and whatever holiday you find yourselves in, dear readers!
~Dreamer~

Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Jojo Pantheon?  I don't know what to name this universe.  What does everyone think of Drama Pantheon?  Still probably crack.  Or something.
Summary: Joseph is about as useful as he was in SDC.  (He'll be more awesome later on, assuming I ever get that far.)
Word Count: 170
Rating: Gen

            Kakyoin’s running a little late, but having bought Death a phone and nagging a promise out of him to actually call if he finds out anything new about Kakyoin’s situation took a lot of time and energy out of him.  And, as expected, the second he sets foot in the store, he’s besieged by a fellow, irate, worker.  The store wouldn’t have been overwhelmed with customers, but the man likes to complain.
            “Where’ve you been all weekend?  Going on dates without me?” he nags, and Kakyoin rolls his eyes.  He’s about to make up some sort of lie when he realizes that the truth will probably sound ridiculous, but it’ll at least get the Frenchman to shut up faster than a cozy little lie about some canvases.
            “Yeah, with Death.  Kind of intimidating guy, but he’s a masterpiece.  Not all that scary once you get to know him.”
            Predictably, Polnareff starts whining about making up stories, and Kakyoin smiles.  The guy can be annoying, but he’s also a good friend.

madimpossibledreamer: red and black comic-booky picture of an original Jojo's Stand. (jjba)

If you feel like you’re out of control, that you’re being ignored, please report to the third meeting room on the second floor of the main Speedwagon Foundation building.  We actually had a researcher fade out of sight earlier today.  She kept doing her work just fine, judging from floating clipboards and Erlenmeyer flasks, but we’re worried about her safety and potential side effects as well as everybody else here.  We went through her diary to find what might have prompted it, and that’s the thing that stands out the most.  A reminder that in the case of an attack like this in order to best protect all of our employees’ safety we’re allowed to look through stuff like that to find the possible cause; it’s written in your contract.  Not even in small print; we’re not that kind of Foundation.  Anyway, those are the only things that we noticed.  No clear magic, though now that we’ve got a witch through the whole alliance with the Slayers’ and Watchers’ Council we can check just to make sure.  And a couple of the Stand Users are coming just to check for enemy Stand Users, too.  Again, don’t panic.  If necessary, talk about it all.  Write it down.  Whatever.  Try to make yourself heard, because we do care and we don’t want anyone else to come down with a case of invisibility.

Sons of Dixie

Stand User: Anthony Kiedis

Power: ?

Speed: ?

Range: ?

Durability: ?

Precision: ?

Potential: ?

 

Sons of Dixie is best used as a surprise Stand, or against someone who relies too heavily on their own powers.  Alternatively, mimicking a strong Stand (like Star Platinum or Crazy Diamond) would also be highly effective, especially when the User doesn’t have super strength and without a Stand wouldn’t be able to protect themselves effectively.

No one has ever seen the Stand pre-transformation.  In fact, several Foundation researchers have suggested that Sons of Dixie doesn’t exist at all when it’s not mimicking another Stand.

By the Sword: Sons of Dixie can mimic any Stand or power with an appearance.  While it is mimicking the Stand or power, the target whose Stand or power is being mimicked cannot use their own power.  However, unlike other mimic Stands, Sons of Dixie cannot mimic the actual powers, but only the appearance and physical statistics.  For example, it can copy a Stand’s physical strength but not a flurry of punches.  It may not be the strongest Stand, but the shock of being attacked by something that looks like your own Stand coupled with most User’s lack of preparedness for more physical, personal fights rather than fights by proxy through their own Stand usually leads to success.
madimpossibledreamer: Eye from manga drawing. (ace attorney)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Jojo Pantheon?  I don't know what to name this universe.  What does everyone think of Dramaverse Pantheon?  Still probably crack.  Or something.
Summary: Joseph is about as useful as he was in SDC.  (He'll be more awesome later on, assuming I ever get that far.)
Word Count: 600
Rating: Gen
Notes: I'd apologize for the Joseph but it's not like he's racist in canon or anything oh wait so it just kinda happened that he ended up looking down on humans instead of the Japanese.  That being said, he's still rude to both Kakyoin and Jotaro and I do not approve.
'wisdom' )
madimpossibledreamer: Jiraiya|Yosuke jumping and using a throwing star (Default)
Main Points:
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Jojo Pantheon?  I don't know what to name this universe.  What does everyone think of Dramaverse Pantheon?  Still probably crack.  Or something.
Summary: faster to read
Word Count: 100
Rating: Gen

            They walk until they reach a Torii.  Jotaro narrows his eyes at the gate, then at Kakyoin, and begins speaking in an unknown language, gesturing in a way that speaks of power.  His human form flickers, the outline turning black.  The only part of him visible, as Kakyoin glances over, is the green eyes still bright, intelligent, and intimidating.
            Then a portal opens, like all the anime Kakyoin has watched, like all the games he’s played, but more real.  Obviously, considering that’s real life, but.  The colors are more vibrant.  “Come on,” Death growls.
            Jotaro steps through, and Kakyoin follows. 

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