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GMD OC Sketch portraits! (Slots available!)Inspired by Yaraffinity's sketches, I decided to draw GMD OC's in my style. I'm doing this just for fun!GMD OC Sketch portraits! (Slots available!) by GracefulTatiana1897
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How Can I Let It GoOkay so I finally listened to "Let It Go" and it ended up inspiring me to write this. This happens between after what happens in "That's My Princess" (yes i will finish it ) and when Kathryn makes her appearance. When Basil is okay with magic and Kate practicing, but not wanting her to practice it outside.....basically asking her to hide it. (during that time period it's understandable, but at the same time Kate feels like she's just hiding a part of her again and feels that after everything she just can't do that anymore.)How Can I Let It Go by KattMcAdam
So real quick......
I DO NOT OWN The Great Mouse Detective and the song "Let It Go" from "Frozen" But I DO OWN Kate Dunham.
Kate didn’t know why she chose tonight to do this, but after Basil had gone to bed she sneaked out up to the rooftop in her light night gown, not bothering with a coat since the cold never bothered her, not even back home. Kate was looking at the stars t
Trapped (RatiganxReader)It was a nice and warm Saturday evening. After reading a few chapters of a lovely romance novel while nibbling on some chocolate cookies that you had just made, you decided to go out onto your balcony to get some fresh air. Placing your mark in your book and leaving it on the couch, you went and stood out on your balcony, drinking in the sweet spring air that had finally come at last after a long winter. You were wearing a lovely summer dress that was (f/c) and very light, also slightly low cut to reveal a slight hint of your cleavage. Your (e/c) eyes savor the beautiful sunset, showing its most glorious colors as it was setting beyond the horizon, smiling softly to yourself. You close your eyes, your tail wagging a little, enjoying the sweet and gentle breeze that caressed your cheeks. It felt so good…as if somebody was actually touching your fur…Trapped (RatiganxReader) by romancefreak
You open your eyes, and you see two amber eyes gazing into yours, belonging to the smug smiling face of Professor Ratigan, ge
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
Hallelujah, A Distraction- RatiganxReader One ShotYou sigh as you finish singing the last note of your song. Your recital was coming up in a few days, and you had spent weeks preparing for it. You had got it down to perfection, but you wanted to be sure you had got it, so you spent more time working on it this week than you did the others. Tonight, the college music building you were practicing in was almost abandoned except for a few of the students in the practice rooms, and to your luck, you fount the stage empty and decided to practice there instead, deciding it would be good to get the feel of the stage before you go on the day of recital. Tonight, after practicing for the last hour and a half with the stage to yourself, you were growing a little tired, and your stomach was growling. But you were determined to practice just a little longer, so you drank some water from your water bottle to calm the rumbling in your stomach for the time being.Hallelujah, A Distraction- RatiganxReader One Shot by romancefreak
“Just another half an hour, and I’ll go home,” you say to yourself, tu
The Great Mouse Reporter ~ Chapter 10"This is our last cheese crumpet…" Olivia said, taking it out of her backpack as Fievel and Vartan stared at it, almost drooling, "We're gonna be in New York soon, right?"The Great Mouse Reporter ~ Chapter 10 by Surenity
"I think so," said Fievel, "It's been days."
"We'll buy us some more food when we get there," said Olivia, breaking the cheese crumpet into three pieces.
Vartan couldn't help but feel bad, taking his piece. If not for him their food just might have lasted them the trip. They'd been rationing their food and starving themselves the past two days, to make it enough for three mice. There was nothing else to eat in this train car, filled with nothing but hay piles.
"I wonder how my mama and papa are taking it," Fievel said as he nibbled on his piece, hoping to make it last.
"I don't even wanna think about how worried me father is," Olivia said, feeling sad over it again, "I deserve any punishment he gives me."
"Maybe he'll understand why we did this," said Fievel.
"I might be losing my job at your father's toy shop
The Great Mouse Reporter ~ Chapter 9The train roared along the tracks, as Fievel and Olivia continued to stare on at Vartan in silence, the adolescent mouse still on his hands and knees, catching his breath.The Great Mouse Reporter ~ Chapter 9 by Surenity
"What are you doing here?" Olivia finally asked.
"I vas about to ask you the same," Vartan replied, "Does your father know you're on this train?"
Olivia looked down, feeling guilty, "Not yet, I don't think…I left him a note though."
Vartan stood up, "You vill get off at the next stop, and go home."
"No, we can't," said Fievel firmly.
Vartan frowned, "And vhy not? You children should not run away from your parents."
"We're not running away," Fievel protested, "Cholena's tribe is in trouble, and if I'm right, so is Tanya."
"Tanya? Vhat do you mean?"
"That Ratbone guy is bad, I just know it. He's got some kinda trick up his sleeve and we're gonna find out what it is."
Vartan smirked, "Heh, overprotective brother."
"Am not! I know a skunk when I see one. And why don't you tell us why you're here? You're as much a
The Great Mouse Detective 2 Epilogue Everything was better. Basil and Susan were finally together that Susan never left the flat for the past days, while Basil and Dawson have continued their work but whenever they would return, it felt good for Basil to see Susan. She no longer had bruises, a beaten face, and neither a hurt look. She would always give him a joyful smile but there was one time when they came back from a case that Susan was trying to learn the violin.The Great Mouse Detective 2 Epilogue by StephVanDyke
Since she was doing it wrong Basil went to her. He held the bow while he let the end of the violin onto Susan’s neck that he helped her with the stings putting his fingers over hers.
Slowly but steady Basil came up with a slow tune but Susan wanted it to be upbeat. She held the bow with Basil and started an upbeat rhythm.
There are no painful skills
There are no hurtful chills
There are no overkills
There are no horrible thrill
The Great Mouse Detective 2 Chapter 7Showtime of DeathThe Great Mouse Detective 2 Chapter 7 by StephVanDyke
Basil had it all worked out. He did enter an empty house that he knew would be the perfect place for a foiled plan, to overthrow Ratigan and his men. Though there were two he knew could be dangerous as the professor.
Jeffrey sounded more like a psychopath than anyone Basil has encountered but he was nervous about Jack Doran.
“But how will you control them?” Dawson asked when they were in the house.
“It’s not a matter of control,” said Basil. “It’s part of the game. Did you bring the bust?”
“Of course.” Dawson had with him a replica of Basil’s face, it was molded by clay. “But why did you bring another coat of yours? This sounds absurd!”
“Elementary my dear Dawson.”
Basil and Dawson went to a corner and set up a decoy of Basil with the coat and the bust. It seemed tha
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
The Great Mouse Detective: Dating the Disney FilmTHE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE: DATING THE DISNEY FILMThe Great Mouse Detective: Dating the Disney Film by tranimation-art
Written by Diane N. Tran
"The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes" (HOUN).
Entering in the world of the Great Mouse Detective, I have often wondered about historically dating the events in this Disney film, which I fondly call as the Flaversham case, with the use of pure logical deduction, just like Sherlock Holmes, to learn the truth from the clues the film gives us.
One Day and Two Nights:
With a dark, overcast sky, the streets have obvious signs of recent rain and it downpours by the climax of the film, which makes dividing day and night hours difficult, but not impossible. The film's main events span about two nights. Consider the facts addressed:
Flaversham toyshop was closed for the night and Olivia's birthday was that evening: "You know, Daddy, this is my very best birthday!"Plu
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