asscreedkinkmeme ([personal profile] asscreedkinkmeme) wrote2013-05-13 07:24 pm
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Kink Meme - Assassin's Creed pt. 6

Assassin's Creed Kink Meme pt.6
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≈ Comment anonymously with a character/pairing and a kink/prompt.

≈ Comment is filled by another anonymous with fanfiction/art/or any other appropriate medium.

≈ One request per post, but fill the request as much as you want.

≈ The fill/request doesn't necessarily need to be smut.

≈ Don't flame, if you have nothing good to say, don't say anything.

≈ Have a question? Feel free to PM me.

≈ Last, but not least: HAVE FUN!

List of Kinks
Kink Meme Masterlist
New Kink Meme Masterlist
(Livejorunal) Archive
(Delicious.com) Archive
#2 (Livejournal) Archive
#2 (Delicious.com) Archive
(Dreamwidth) Archive
#3 (Delicious.com) Archive <-- Currently active
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Fills Only
Discussion

Re: The Rebel's Serenade Epilogue

(Anonymous) 2013-06-03 04:27 pm (UTC)(link)
b'awwww I grew fond of Martha right away, she's very sweet. Also, I like your reference to slavery - as painful as the topic is, people often tend to oversee the fact that not everything was rainbows and sweetness.

I almost suspected Jefferson's going to be blissfully ignorant, but it seems plausible that he was exposed to the 'graces' of the apple.

In the end, what else can I say than thank you, anon. I really appreciate your efforts - it's such a shame Connor/Jefferson doesn't strike the fancy of a wider public. Thanks again for the fill, you're a wonderful author!anon <3

Re: The Rebel's Serenade Epilogue

(Anonymous) 2013-06-03 11:13 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you, OP! I was going to have Jefferson be ignorant as well, but he was pretty close to Washington at the time, so I figured Washington would at least show the Apple to Jefferson. Also, I felt the need to address a couple of issues about Jefferson: he did own slaves (but he was kind to them - to the extent that I say he is? Probably not, but I think we can use the Apple visions to excuse the higher levels of contemporary values in Jefferson.), and he had a wife whom he loved dearly.

Not much is known about dear Martha, except she probably died of undiagnosed diabetes and the strain of bearing seven children (the first from a previous marriage...only two children made it to adulthood, and only one past 25...thanks Wikipedia!). She died not long after giving birth to her last child. Jefferson, overwhelmed by grief, "was led from the room almost in a state of insensibility by his sister Mrs. Carr, who, with great difficulty, got him into his library where he fainted, and remained so long insensible that they feared he would never revive."

Thank you, OP. If you keep putting Jefferson/Connor posts up, then who knows? I might be able to fill some more in the future. It's a cute ship.