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Pain of RealityFebruary, 1905Pain of Reality by Basil4Life
Please, let this all be a horrid nightmare, I pleaded inwardly as Paula and I trotted through the harsh winds and heavy snow. It was the coldest that England has seen in years, and right now I regretted every second while I fought to keep my wife going. Being six months pregnant and having complications for four of them, I knew that her accompanying me was poorly judged on my part. Strict orders were given to both of us that she was not allowed to participate in any strenuous activity and somehow she managed to talk me into her being by my side.
Miles back, our train had caught on fire and it left us stranded in the middle of nowhere with no one to come to our aide. It wasn’t until about an hour or so after safely getting ourselves away from the wreckage that Paula began to feel sharp pains in her lower back and abdomen. I prayed that her contractions would subside, but as time went by, they only became worse.
“Jonathan,” Paula crie
Joker and Ratigan: Friends??Seriously, has anyone ever thought of this? (Probably not, but I like to ask anyway)Joker and Ratigan: Friends?? by romancefreak
See, I was just watching a few funny moments of Joker from Batman the animated series on YouTube, then my mind wandered over to Ratigan for some reason, and then a thought struck me: What if Ratigan and Joker were friends? I mean think about this, guys:
Both are killers/thievesBoth have detective enemies that always spoil their plansboth use blackmailTheir schemes are all a big game to them; they enjoy the thrill of the chase and playing with their pawnsThey are both are wickedly playful(ish)Both cackle maniacallyBoth have big smug grins on their facesBoth have bad tempersBoth have titles for crime: "Napoleon of Crime" and "Clown Prince of Crime"Both are incredibly smart (I'm a bit iffy when it comes to talking about the Joker being smart, but he has pulled off some pretty well thought out crimes, so I'm giving it to him)Both, despite the audience being horrified with their deeds and terrified of
Let's Talk--Professor Ratigan and Detective BasilHey guys! So I'm starting this new thing called Let's Talk. I'll probably do once a week. Let's Talk will have me discussing different topics that interest me at the moment, and I would like to hear other's point of view about it, so we can have discussions, fandoms, and/or friendly debates about it. So, let's get started!Let's Talk--Professor Ratigan and Detective Basil by romancefreak
"Oh, I LOVE it when I'm nasty." --Professor Ratigan
"Who knows what dastardly schemes that villain is plotting...even as we speak... " --Detective Basil
"You know what happens when someone upsets me..." --Professor Ratigan
"This case is most intriguing with the multiplicity of elements and its twists and turns..." Detective Basil
So as you can probably guess, this week's topic is: The Great Mouse Detective!! I LOVE this movie!! It's just so brilliant!! The characters are so much fun, the adventure always keeps you on your toes, and there's a whole barrel of laughs along the way. Funny thing is, I never was a GMD fan growing up (maybe beca
Why Sherringford?Why Sherringford? by tranimation-art
THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE: WHY SHERRINGFORD?
Written by Diane N. Tran
"Basil of Baker Street, my good fellow!" (TGMD).
Many Basilians, including myself, have wondered if Basil of Baker Street had a first name, as neither the Eve Titus nor Disney has ever revealed one. Those whom have read my character profiles and/or my pastiches may have noticed that I often refer to the character, Basil of Baker Street, as Sherringford Basil. This name was my own creation and, of all the names in all the languages, I have often been asked, "Why Sherringford?"
Origin and History:
In March 1886, (Sir) Arthur Conan Doyle, a young Scottish doctor and struggling author, began writing a novel, which would catapult him to fame, but he had difficulty deciding on the names of the heroes: His detective was to be "Sherringford Holmes" and his assistant to be "Ormond Sacker." However, Conan Doyle found t
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