auronlu: (Bobblehead Night)
Crime-fighting dead duo:

Picture much larger than the actual 2-inch figs.

Somewhat ironically, my old "Aerith and Auron" ficbit named Going Somewhere never went anywhere.

I have this odd bit of head canon that they went off to be quirky ghosts, badgering people, rubbernecking on the silliness of humanity, and occasionally intervening on a lark, especially when it might spoil the neatly-crafted chess games of gods bent on directing Destiny.

Aerith would be the instigator, and Auron would stump along being amused (or bemused) backup. I liked the fact that it would make a good "partners" story without sexual dynamics, which is painfully rare in fanfic (including mine). But I never could come up with a plot, beyond the vague sense that it would bridge the Al Bhed and Midgar Shinras.

And in other news, I don't know what came over me, but I have acquired dustcatchers, including the two pictured above. I've been so sparing about not collecting Things -- save for one grumpy guardian watching over my hard drive -- since I cleared out my apartment about eight years ago.

But I like these silly little things. I guess I've mellowed. At one time I would not have had the sense of humor to see my favorite video game mythological characters turned into chibis.

I've got everybody except Rikku, Balthier and Fran (wah).
auronlu: (emptiness)
Title: Going Somewhere
Fandom: Final Fantasy X / VII: OGC
Characters: Auron, Aeris
Rating: G
Word Count: 900
Spoilers: end of FFX

A/N: I'm not quite satisfied with this snippet, which came to me in the midst of a migraine. However, the idea captured my attention. It was vaguely inspired by the Ellone & Auron piece I recommended recently, plus a replay of Kingdom Hearts. (Also, apologies for old-game spelling; I'm still not used to "Aerith").

Auron marched through flowers )

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