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Fantasy

tagged Fantasy Fairy Tales

How Copperfield Got Its Name, And Why Pennies Are Iron These Days

Genre: Fairy Tale
Summary: Kiv wanted enough money for himself, but ended up with more than enough.
Words: 248

tagged Fantasy

King Is Now Crown Prince Again

Setting: ?
Genre: Fantasy
Summary: Inheritance can be complitated by laws writen with reincarnation in mind.
Notes: prompted by Herm Baskerville
Words: 100

Fiction tags: Third person Drabbles Fantasy
tagged Animals Birds Fantasy

Jingles

Setting: As-yet-unnamed, same as Mirrors and Doors
Genre: Fantasy
Summary: Justice administered by budgies can be cruel.
Notes: Combines prompts by Ellen Million, Becky Allen, and Herm Baskerville
Words: 100

tagged Fantasy Dragons

Missing Mistress

Missing Mistress

Most people thought he was missing his owner. Some thought he was still begging for food.

opaque watercolours, 24x18 cm (ca 9.5x7 inches), drawn for the prompt "Dragon on a tomb" by Marianne

Original sold

tagged Fantasy

Forest Spirit

Forest Spirit

A first sketch of a forest spirit design I had in mind for a long time. Nowhere near detailed enough, but I'm quite happy with the horns/antlers hybridisation.

tagged Fantasy

I'm not a worm!

I'm not a worm!

Ribbon (the reticulated python anthro on the right) appears to be havinga bad dream. Let's hope that's all it is. ;)
Ribbon belongs to Shinmaxwell

tagged Fantasy Mythology

Mothers

Mothers

5x7, watercolours. Based on Mother-Tongue by Idhren, which in turn is based on Beowulf.

tagged Fantasy

Not Narnia

Setting: ?
Genre: Fantasy
Summary: A wardrobe that goes on for an unexplainably long way can lead to adventure - or worse, depending how the people on the other side view "invaders".
Warnings: violence and death
Notes: Based on the prompt "A fantasy world with no candles, lamps, or other artificial light sources" by LilFluff
Words: 614

Fiction tags: Third person Fantasy
tagged Fantasy Science fiction

Pretty Lights

Setting: ?
Genre: Scifi of the "fantasy in space" kind.
Summary: Some things just do not belong in a space ship...
Notes/warnings: Based on the prompt "Glitter Snow" by Becca Stareyes. Follows Glitter, but should stand on its own, as these things go. No warnings.
Words: 251

tagged Fantasy

Minions

Thessaly had composed new songs since sailors had gotten wise to how to cross her sea unscathed.

Deep, dark, and slow like a whale’s heartbeat, her voice sank, and swept the seafloor. In the bright shallows the sand grew much-articulated legs as crabs were drawn to her and dug themselves out of their hollows. Further out, it was the big octopuses, tentacles streaming behind them as they hurried to find the source of the melody.

Thessaly shifted it, halting the animals’ motion. She would have to practise making them do what she wanted, but it was a good start.

I'm now halfway through the April A to Z challenge, with fiction with at most 100 words. The prompt "Mermaid" came from Lyn Thorne-Alder, "minions" from Ellen Million.

If you have prompts for later in the alphabet, please give them to me - I have 5 for Q, but none foe R or T.

Fiction tags: Third person Drabbles Fantasy
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