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cabinpres_fic ([personal profile] cabinpres_fic) wrote2012-05-20 02:39 pm

Festival of Fills II

Greetings! While Prompt Post IV is coming to a close soon, there remain prompts from the previous posts that are looking a bit lonely. Just to make sure some of those brilliant ideas aren't forgotten forever, we're having a little festival to get as many of the posts filled as possible!

Here's how this works:


  1. Find prompts that you like

  2. Fill them!



Only prompts from Parts 1-3 are eligible. You are, of course, still perfectly welcome to fill prompts on Part IV, but they may not be posted here (exception: fills answering reprompts are also eligible and may be announced on this post). You may nominate old prompts here by posting under the Nominations thread and following the same format as when reprompting: link to the original and paste in the prompt. The prompt you nominate doesn't have to be your own. While the prompts that you fill and/or nominate are not required to be un-filled, it is strongly recommended.

When you've done your fill, post it to the appropriate part as you normally would, and then announce it here. This isn't a contest, so participants will not receive anything for their participation, but there is a goal. The goal is to create as many fills as reasonably possible, and will set the bar for the next festival post. Usual meme rules apply, and you may be logged-in or anon, whichever you're more comfortable with.

If you would like to find prompts of a certain subject, the best way to do that is through the Pinboard Index (Post 1 is indexed in its entirety; Post 2 is still being worked on, but it's getting there).


This post officially opens now, and will remain open until 5 June. Last round, we got four fills. Let's see if we can double that!

Happy Filling!

FILL

(Anonymous) 2012-05-20 05:32 pm (UTC)(link)
Woo festival!

Prompt (from 3): After St. Petersburg, Martin's talking about how Douglas sorted everything out, then he asks about Gordon. And Arthur says more than just "He's alright."
Basically, angst please. :D
(except I misread it and had Douglas and Arthur instead of Martin and Arthur :S)

Fill:
http://cabinpres-fic.dreamwidth.org/3282.html?thread=6430162#cmt6430162

How to Train Your Dragon

(Anonymous) 2012-05-21 03:55 pm (UTC)(link)
http://cabinpres-fic.dreamwidth.org/783.html?thread=2054415#cmt2054415

Martin is an awful Night Fury - he can't aim, he can't fly well, and he can't fight his way out of a paper bag.
Arthur is an eager young Viking that just wants to please his mum...which is difficult when he can't bring himself to hurt a dragon.
Carolyn is an iron-willed Chieftess of the village and doesn't trust dragons as much as she trusts Arthur to not get into trouble.
Douglas is an older sky god - a Monstrous Nightmare and doesn't think much of Night Furies.

Feel free to fiddle with Douglas and Arthur's roles, but please keep Martin as the incompetent Night Fury and Carolyn as the badass Chieftess. :)
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Fill: Vapour

[personal profile] still_not_ginger 2012-05-22 10:22 pm (UTC)(link)
Prompt : http://cabinpres-fic.dreamwidth.org/3282.html?thread=4250066#cmt4250066

One day Douglas finds Martin tossing an apple. After teasing him about giving in to Arthur's happiness theory, he suspects Martin might have been doing it because he is unhappy and heis trying to feel better.
How he deals with Martin and what were the Captain's problem is up to you. Both gen and D/M are fine.


Fill: http://cabinpres-fic.dreamwidth.org/3282.html?thread=6510034#cmt6510034

or

http://archiveofourown.org/works/410714

(Anonymous) 2012-06-05 06:36 am (UTC)(link)
In just under the wire, I hope!

Prompt: Because I have a terrible headache at the moment and am in dire need of some comfort. ;__;

Can I have Douglas with his head in Martin's lap, the man soothing away his headache with gentle touches and words? Pwease?

Non-established relationship because I love all the fluttery, confused, lovely feelings they'll have. <3


Fill:
http://cabinpres-fic.dreamwidth.org/3282.html?thread=6907602#cmt6907602