Story Synopsis: While on patrol, Tim gets sprayed with an unknown substance, which makes him highly unpredictable.
shout out to people with abusive mothers who have to deal with the world acting like every single mother’s love is so expansive and unconditional and tender when that is the opposite of what we experienced
My siblings and I used to go between anger, bitterness and nausea over this one.
Haha, used to…sure, its totally past tense, except for how it’s kind of not.
- Robin #114
Robin acrobatics. And the removable R-shuriken that Tim is the only Robin who uses (I think).
Bruce’s boys (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧
These abandoned places are little spooky but stunning
brokaw22 said: It’s stuff like this that makes me feel like I’m one of the only writers who doesn’t write pairings at all…not to mention leaving out smut.
(sorry for the late reply and sorry I don’t leave more feedback on your fanfics) This is why I like your fanfics so much! You have the ex-Robins interecting as characters rather than pairings. I mean, I like pairings (I’m very much a shipper), and I’m not totally opposed to smut (I like it on occasion.. not all the time), I’m just annoyed when authors throw out literally everything about the rest of the plot setup and any side characters for smut and end the story that way. And also, sometimes, I just want to read a character piece, or fluff, or a little drama or action without it turning to sex. So thank you for being one of the few fanfic authors who mostly writes gen fic, it’s appreciated.
Oh, I really wasn’t expecting a reply and I’m just impressed that people read my stuff at all. Thanks for the compliment. I read far different stuff from what I write, but that’s mostly because I’ve found so few people who write gen fic. I personally just don’t find writing pairings to be fun, but that doesn’t mean that I’m opposed to them or anything. I usually like to read certain concepts (mostly angst) and characters rather than pairings, because, even though you can find a lot of angst fics within pairing fics, they generally all read the same.