brytewolf: (Fenris - sad eye)
brytewolf ([personal profile] brytewolf) wrote2019-04-01 07:56 pm

*STICKY* Master Post: A Feeling of Something

Series: A Feeling of Something
Author:  [livejournal.com profile] brytewolf
Fandom: Dragon Age 2
Pairing: Mage F!Hawke/Fenris
Rating: Hard R
Genre: Romance, Hurt/Comfort, Drama, Character Study
Length: ~ 5,700 total, unfinished
Disclaimer: Much as I love these characters, I do not own them. They belong to all the geniuses over at Bioware, may they always continue to make games that touch my heart.
Summary: The way is muddied, full of darkness and doubt. But through it all he was always beside her - a constant presence, that meant more than he could ever truly understand.

A/N: A series of one-shots woven into the story line of Dragon Age 2, extending and delving deeper into what occurs, giving greater insights into Hawke and, through her, Fenris.

These will contain spoilers for the game, and while they were created with a general order in mind, it is not necessary to follow this order for enjoyment purposes, as they are all self-contained stories.

Holding Back the Darkness
Individual Length: ~ 1,700
Individual Rating: Hard R
Place in timeline: After "A Bitter Pill"
Summary: She's wanted it for so long, but it has to be on his terms. She just never expected it to feel like this.

Trembling in the Aftermath

Individual Length: ~ 1,700
Individual Rating: PG-13
Place in timeline: After "All That Remains"
Summary: She can feel herself falling to pieces, but there's no one she can turn to for help when his touch is only a memory.

Fumbling Towards Hope

Individual Length: ~ 2,300
Individual Rating: PG-13
Place in timeline: Somewhere near the end of Act I
Summary: It's a complicated dance they weave around each other, but Hawke believes she's starting to pick up the steps.

Striving Against Defeat
Individual Rating: PG-13
Individual Length: ~2,000
Summary: The city is falling apart around her, and Hawke only has once chance to make the destruction less than it could be.

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