April 7th, 2014

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The Bitter and the Sweet

Author: sidhe_faerie
Title: The Bitter and the Sweet
Rating: PG
Pairing/s: Arthur/Gwen
Character/s: Gwaine, Lucky, Leon
Summary: Arthur is angry over the recent revelations and it takes Gwen’s faith to calm him.
Warnings: none
Word Count:676
Prompt:103 Bitter
Author's Notes:
Modern Camelot (Modern AU Series 1) ||| King Of Britain (Modern AU Series 2)

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Madness

Author: brunettepet
Title: Madness
Rating: R
Pairing/s: None really
Character/s: Morgana, Uther
Warnings: Original character death
Word Count: 100
Prompt: 103, Bitter
Author's Notes: Morgana didn't go mad, she got mad.

The acrid tang of the pyre hung over the courtyard though the fire had burned out days before. The stones had been cleared of everything but a greasy stain that was once a human being.

A girl, no older than fourteen, accused of using witchcraft to seduce a handsome rich boy. Morgana saw the truth in the boy’s eyes, the betrayal in the girl’s tears. This was not witchcraft but an influential father not wanting his son married to a poor, used maid.

The father and son had stood at Uther’s side, watching as the “sorceress” burned. Morgana screamed inside.

Departure

Author: pawpawpaku
Title: Departure
Rating: PG-13
Pairing/s: None
Character/s: Merlin
Summary: As he stepped into the cool shade of the entrance corridor, no man or woman greeted his battered expression, and Merlin hesitated to go any further.
Warnings: Mild violence/injury. Author's muse likes not explaining things.
Word Count: 574
Prompt: #103 Bitter
Author's Notes: Who totally forgot she signed up for this? Me, yep, that's right.

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Note about tag change/Tag stats

Hi everyone! So you may or may not have noticed a problem with how the tags were stacking in the sidebar. It was going from prompt 9, to the 100s, back to prompt 10. This is to let you know that we've fixed the problem and the tags should stack correctly now. You don't have to do anything (and fellow mods, you don't have to change how you've been creating tags for prompt 100 and above); this was simply to let you know about the changes.

One thing though: to make sure it stacked correctly, I had to go back and change how tags for prompts 1-99 were labeled. In doing so, I was able to check the tag usage statistics and found them quite interesting, so I thought I'd share them with you.

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