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Fanvideo: Safe and Sound (Anders/F!Hawke)

Title: Safe and Sound
Author: phdfan (Tumblr / LJ)
Time: 4:05
Pairing: Anders/F!Hawke
Rating: PG-13
 
Warnings: Canonical character death
 
Summary: Sometimes you have to go against your heart to do what you think is right.
 

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Voiceless - Danarius/Fenris, NC-17/R18+

Title Voiceless
Author: phdfan (Tumblr / DW)
Beta jillyfae
Wordcount 1,895
Pairing Danarius/Fenris, Hawke/Fenris

Rating NC-17/R18+

Warnings: MAJOR WARNINGS NSFW, explicit non-con, sexual assault, slavery, abuse

Summary Why does Fenris leave after spending the night with Hawke? A disturbing look back at Fenris’s past, and the memories he struggles to come to terms with.

Written for the ‘slavefic’ trope in Trope Bingo Round One, 2013. Please note all warnings.

Notes: My heartfelt thanks to jillyfae for the beta :)

Link http://archiveofourown.org/works/676223

So, thanks largely to Tumblr, I had a bunch of unexpected Sebastian feels.  Making this video was one way to try and work through them.

This is a Sebastian/Hawke rivalmance, starring:
  • Sebastian Vael
  • Sara Hawke (custom)
  • Elthina
  • the murder knife
Set to "Breath of Life" by Florence + the Machine.  Rated T.

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Hello and thank you!

Thank you to everyone who has made the switch over to my new username!

For those who don't know me very well, I’m a fan and an anthropology grad student. I’m starting my PhD on fandom in February 2013. I’m going to explore the powerful emotions that fandom stirs in us; how it drives us to write, draw, paint, make videos or mods, read stories, discuss characters, and replay games/scenes over and over again. This is based partly on my own experience with fandom, and partly on what I think is also important to other people.

I’m focusing on BioWare fandom. This is because: a) I’m a huge BioWare fan girl myself, and b) it’s damned interesting. At the moment I’m looking at both the Dragon Age and Mass Effect games, but I may narrow it down to just one universe in the future.

My hypothesis is that fandom is important to people because of the ‘feels’. Fandom is something that can make us laugh, cry, smile, or despair. From what I’ve read, people have surprisingly not focused too much on emotions in fandom scholarship. They look at what people are doing, but not on how people are feeling. I’d like to highlight the feelings.

The move to my new username has made it easier for me to have the same handle across all of the blogging or publishing platforms that I use. You can find me on the following:


So again, thank you for following - and feel free to say hi whenever and wherever!