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Little!Sic
« on: August 27, 2012, 10:40:03 am »
Don't worry!! It isn't as disturbing as my last two fictions.  :)

Title: Little!Sic
Rated: R for violence and sexual themes
Date: 8/24/2012
A fanfiction of the Emperor's Edge Series
By A. Findley
Disclaimer: The first 4 chapters are rather benign but evolve from there.  So far this is nothing like my last two and although it deals with Sicarius' training, it isn't so graphic that it should put anyone off.  There will be some sexual innuendo.  So be aware.  I guess the fact I combined some fan fic into my fan fic means this should be AU but I'm posting it in Pre-Canon anyway.  Enjoy.

Special thanks to: Ann Kniggendorf for her short "Soot-free" which I have referenced in chapter 4.  And to Catherine Malboeuf for her part in "Growing Pains" referenced in chapter 7.  Also to Marlene for her short "Fertile Worries" referenced in chapter 8 & 9.
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2012, 11:47:04 am »
poor Sicarius, glad he finally got the bar steward
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2012, 12:53:09 pm »
Pretty gruesome, but very well done.
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2012, 12:54:43 pm »
So glad they didn't just kill the nurses to prevent them from talking...
 
Very well written and thought off. Realistic way to see his years of training. DEfinitely not fluffy, but a good read nonetheless.
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #4 on: August 27, 2012, 12:57:10 pm »
Interesting (I'd write "lovely", but that doesn't fit the topic). I especially liked how you showed not only his development into his "profession", but also his struggle to maintain something of himself besides being a weapon.

And thanks for the reference. :)
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #5 on: August 27, 2012, 01:01:32 pm »

And thanks for the reference. :)

It fit too well with my ideas.

Frankly my favorite line is: "At least, all of me isn't standing at attention anymore"
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« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2012, 01:29:19 pm »

And thanks for the reference. :)

It fit too well with my ideas.

Frankly my favorite line is: "At least, all of me isn't standing at attention anymore"

I found it odd that he cared about his nudity at that late point in development. He was obviously taught not to care about his state of dress (as shown in EE3).

My fav line is "Do it out of necessity. Don't think about it. Feel nothing."
Function, and keeping the self separated from it. If Am truly manages to shatter that separation later on, he (they) will be in for a rough time.
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2012, 01:32:25 pm »

And thanks for the reference. :)

It fit too well with my ideas.

Frankly my favorite line is: "At least, all of me isn't standing at attention anymore"

I found it odd that he cared about his nudity at that late point in development. He was obviously taught not to care about his state of dress (as shown in EE3).

My fav line is "Do it out of necessity. Don't think about it. Feel nothing."
Function, and keeping the self separated from it. If Am truly manages to shatter that separation later on, he (they) will be in for a rough time.

See, I don't think he "cares" so much as wry humor at his activities. 
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« Reply #8 on: August 27, 2012, 01:47:21 pm »

And thanks for the reference. :)

It fit too well with my ideas.

Frankly my favorite line is: "At least, all of me isn't standing at attention anymore"

I found it odd that he cared about his nudity at that late point in development. He was obviously taught not to care about his state of dress (as shown in EE3).

My fav line is "Do it out of necessity. Don't think about it. Feel nothing."
Function, and keeping the self separated from it. If Am truly manages to shatter that separation later on, he (they) will be in for a rough time.

See, I don't think he "cares" so much as wry humor at his activities.

:) Maybe I didn't catch all nuances, then.
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #9 on: August 27, 2012, 01:58:48 pm »
Sneaky Goytha and her little kindnesses. Aww.

I think like all little!Sic stories I liked it, despite the total sad factor of the topic. I'll admit, I laughed loud enough my coworker checked on me when Sic for caught out in his birthday suit, although the whole 'and now he has to kill her' thing put the damper on.

Edit: Seriously, autocorrect. I don't mean 'favor' when I type 'factor'. I just don't >.<
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There's one final thing that I want you to do
Put me where I'll see stars, so that I can see you
And I'll soar like a leaf on the wind

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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #10 on: August 27, 2012, 02:18:56 pm »
Sneaky Goytha and her little kindnesses. Aww.

I think like all little!Sic stories I liked it, despite the total sad factor of the topic. I'll admit, I laughed loud enough my coworker checked on me when Sic for caught out in his birthday suit, although the whole 'and now he has to kill her' thing put the damper on.

Edit: Seriously, autocorrect. I don't mean 'favor' when I type 'factor'. I just don't >.<

I figured the only way to curb that kind of behavior in a teen assassin would be to make him kill off who ever he used.  Put a damper on wanting to hire anyone in the future since she wasn't a threat...
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #11 on: August 27, 2012, 02:22:29 pm »
Sneaky Goytha and her little kindnesses. Aww.

I think like all little!Sic stories I liked it, despite the total sad factor of the topic. I'll admit, I laughed loud enough my coworker checked on me when Sic for caught out in his birthday suit, although the whole 'and now he has to kill her' thing put the damper on.

Edit: Seriously, autocorrect. I don't mean 'favor' when I type 'factor'. I just don't >.<

I figured the only way to curb that kind of behavior in a teen assassin would be to make him kill off who ever he used.  Put a damper on wanting to hire anyone in the future since she wasn't a threat...

Definitely makes your hand seem more appealing afterward...
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #12 on: August 27, 2012, 02:24:55 pm »
Sneaky Goytha and her little kindnesses. Aww.

I think like all little!Sic stories I liked it, despite the total sad factor of the topic. I'll admit, I laughed loud enough my coworker checked on me when Sic for caught out in his birthday suit, although the whole 'and now he has to kill her' thing put the damper on.

Edit: Seriously, autocorrect. I don't mean 'favor' when I type 'factor'. I just don't >.<

I figured the only way to curb that kind of behavior in a teen assassin would be to make him kill off who ever he used.  Put a damper on wanting to hire anyone in the future since she wasn't a threat...

Definitely makes your hand seem more appealing afterward...

*snicker*  I had that reference in there too.
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #13 on: August 27, 2012, 02:38:11 pm »
That was great! I think you portrayed him very well (the "At least, all of me isn
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Re: Little!Sic
« Reply #14 on: August 27, 2012, 02:39:01 pm »
It cut off? That's never happened before!
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