06 . 04 . 2014

starlightinhiswake:

asimplecointrick

The Doctor’s nervous.

A casual glance at the situation may draw the conclusion he shouldn’t be. The difficult part is supposedly done, after all. He’d infiltrated Worthington Labs without much trouble (a little bit of psychic paper and charisma as well as the ability to lie seamlessly to folks’ faces go a long way), and now he’s in possession of the “cure” he’d promised Erik Lehnsherr (easier to find how to reverse the effects when one has the actual substance, after all).

No, he’s nervous about something else entirely. He’d decided early on he wouldn’t continue lying by omission. Erik’s lost memories are indeed Erik’s after all, and he has the right to know something is amiss. The Doctor’s trusted he’d know when the time was right to tell him. That time’s now, and not knowing how his old, dear friend will react is making his stomachs flip in on themselves.

He isn’t sure he could handle finding Erik once again, just to immediately lose him.

For now he sets that all aside however, and he presents himself all confidence and ease.

"I do believe y’were waiting on this," he says, and sets the small, wooden box in his hands upon the table. He opens it, and snuggled amongst pieces of foam to keep them from rolling about are two vials. 

To be honest, Erik had never thought that the Doctor would be able to get one vial of the Cure, let alone two. So when it came time for the two of them to meet again, the mutant was legitimately surprised to see the man.

As the box opens before him, Lehnsherr can’t help but widen his eyes at the sight. Two vials of the Cure are laying before him. The chemical concoction that stole his mutation is his for studying now, and it is all thanks to this mysterious man before him. 

"How ever did you manage this?" The mutant mutters, looking to the Doctor. It was becoming more and more suspicious, and with this recent development it was difficult to rule out the possibility that his new found friend was some sort of spy. His reputation hadn’t faded away with his powers, after all, and for someone like him to be going after the Cure… Well, let’s just say it would definitely draw some attention.

31 . 03 . 2014

miss-lorna:

"Hello father."

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"Hello my dear Lorna."

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"It’s been a good while since I last spoke to you. How have you been?"

1 month ago

starlightinhiswake:

Understood, [the Doctor says. A little government infiltration sounds like just what he needs. It’s better than fretting over a situation he can’t yet crack, anyway.]

I’ll have it next time you see me.

Promise? [The mutant sang, leaning close to the Doctor.]

(Source: asimplecointrick)

1 month ago

I can never seem to get rid of you, can I?

You’ve lost a few years, it looks like.

1 month ago

stellarluna:

That’s what Mother told me. He just thinks he’s almost a grown up now because he got to age fast.

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… Thank you, Grandfather.

What I say is the truth.

Hold that to you close whenever you feel small. Your grandfather is the Mighty Magneto, and he’ll beat up anyone who gives you a hard time. Deal?

1 month ago

stellarluna:

HE LOOKS LIKE BRUCE WILLIS

YOU LOOK LIKE BRUCE WILLIS.

(Source: asimplecointrick)

1 month ago

magnetisedcatharsis:

I don’t think anyone has a drive quite like Pietro, but I remember well enough. Or at least I remember aching the day after. Also, arguably if it’s not tiring, you’re doing it wrong, glupi. So maybe that sense of fatigue is a good thing?  If you’re old though, what does that make me?! Nie. I refuse this title. I think you’ll find the term you were looking for is 'suitably matured.'

Like a fine wine or maybe some Limburger. And you my dear are nothing short of a masterpiece. A fresco crafted with the most intense love and patience.

(Source: filiumvelox)

1 month ago

stellarluna:

My cousin. He’s King Black Bolt and Queen Medusa’s son.

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… Ahura said I’m not cool enough to play with him anymore, so I don’t know his friends that well. But I have Adolf Impossible. He watches Japanese anime with me. I don’t think everyone has powers, but a lot of them do.

Ahura is just another boy. He’s at that age where he thinks girls are dumb or some stupid notion that gets into young men’s heads. Trust me, I was there once a very long time ago.

I’m glad you’re making friends, however. You should put Ahura aside and just enjoy the people who make you happy. You are far more important than the hate he is spreading. You are one of the most important people in the world, and don’t ever forget it.

1 month ago
are you guys talking about bruce willisneto

no one understands my love