friendly reminder that even if i take ages to reply, i still want to roleplay with you
friendly reminder that even if i take ages to reply, i still want to roleplay with you
Steve didn’t have any children of his own but being a police officer for the city made him obligated to search. He was certainly worried about their safety but he wasn’t about to believe any of this witch business. It was nonsense.
He sat in the courtroom rolling his eyes at the hysteria surrounding him. The women on trial were going mad and he didn’t blame them. This was all silly. There was no such things as witches. Thankfully they were all being let go.
There was one woman on trial that certainly did catch his eye. He wasn’t sure if it was her red hair or just her stoicism but he immediately felt drawn to her. As soon as the session was over he approached her, “I’m afraid I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting you. Steve Rogers, ma’am.” The uniformed man asked extending his hand to greet her.
Natasha watched the blonde and blued officer approach her. She could feel the energy from him and smiled as he approached her. “Natalia Romonoff.” She shook his hand. Holding back the shiver that she got from him. She had found her new target from her. The silly trial did nothing to prevent her from finding her life energy. And the best choice was actually walking straight up to her. “Is this how you greet all woman around halloween around here?”
She showed her pearly whites and began to bring out the charm hoping that this would be an easy job with the college age co-eds. Though she wondered if she would be pushing her luck with a police officer. Since they were all about protect and serve. She started second guessing if she would have to leave right away after this feed or not. “Well if you buy me dinner it might make up for the fiasco a little better.”
Steve smiled at the name and shook her delicate hand, “Natalia? A beautiful name. Russian?” He asked curiously wondering where she had originally come from. He blushed when she mentioned the way the town was treating her, “I’m sorry… we’re a bit backwards around here. Well not we as in me but… the town is… small…” He said with a small smile.
He thought hard about the woman’s offer. She was very beautiful and alluring but he did have work to do. “Well… I usually don’t get off my shift until around eleven or midnight. Are you a night owl? If not we may have to do breakfast or lunch. I still have kids to find.”
|spooky-otter sent: Carving pumpkins AU|
"Hey. Would you like to go to the pumpkin patch and cornmaze? Get a few pumpkins to carve, maybe see if the cornmaze is haunted?" He asked with a smile.
"There’s one here?" Amanda asked excitedly; she had never been to one even back home. "I’d love too! When did you want to go?"
Steve nodded, “Yeah I looked it up on the internet. Its about 30 minutes away. We could go tonight. Would you like to go through the haunted cornmaze or just get a pumpkin? I think they also have a haunted hayride and haunted house in a barn. Up to you.” He shrugged not thinking he’d be scared.
"Both sound good." Amanda replied happy for the night out. Trying to decide between the three ‘haunted’ places. "I still like the idea of going through the maze." She shrugged. "People are just going to be jumping out at us anyways."
"Ok maze and then pumpkin picking. Its starting to get dark so we should head out. Are you ready?" He asked with an eager smile.
Steve shrugged, “I see no problem with candles. I used to use them all the time.” He said not really minding them, “Do we have flashlights though? I don’t remember what box we put them in…” He said remembering the moving van still outside. They still had to move in the rest of their stuff. He smiled seeing the water, “This is true but I wouldn’t drink it or use it for cooking until we get a plumber up here.”
He led the way back out to the van and carried in about four boxes at a time. Granted he couldn’t see but everything went quicker if he did the lifting and Pepper did the directing. He was just setting down all of the boxes in the front foyer and would put them in the corresponding rooms later. They had to get the moving van back. It charged by the hour. They hadn’t packed much furniture since the house came furnished but things looked like they were about to fall apart.
Steve wiped the sweat from his brow, “Maybe after we eat… We could shower together and keep each other warm.” He said with a smirk. He froze hearing footsteps above them coming from the attic. “Did you hear that?”
"What the dust though?" She wasn’t so sure. "Yeah, I marked the boxes with the names of the contents and what room it should be placed in." Pepper said, proud of her organization skills. "I know. I packed enough bottled water to last us at least a week and, if not, we can buy some more."
Directing him the best she could, Pepper got him back from the truck easily with the boxes. “You know I could carry, at least, one,” but the reasoning was going to deaf ears. “
"I would like that," she said without hesitation and then her eyes traveled up, a shiver went down her spine. "Yes, I did. What do you think that was?"
Steve was listening intently trying to hear if there was someone upstairs or not. “Stay down here… I’ll go check it out.” He said quietly grabbing the gun that he usually carried with him and slowly crept up the stairs. The sounds of footsteps were still coming from above.
The experiment had been written off as a failure.
The now super strong man was also considered to be a monster. He had been immediately discharged from the military and sent away.
Years later, the man had not aged a bit. Yet still, he looked like a corpse. Burns and scars covered his body. He was horribly disfigured and had been feared and ridiculed when he was in public. People had either ran from him or threw things at him.
Now, he lived alone in an abandoned house way out in the woods. Away from people and anyone who would hurt him. With no running water, electricity or constant food supply, the man survived.
Kids would sneak around his house trying to catch a glimpse of the monster. Rumors flooded the city that the house was haunted. He hated it when people came trying to find him, snapping photos of him, throwing rocks and sticks at him. Almost all of his windows had been smashed out with rocks. The sides of his house had been spray painted with caricatures of his face as well as things like “Beware the monster.”
Currently he was hiding in his bedroom from a group of college frat boys who were yelling up at him. Apparently they were going to make a group of pledges spend the night in his house. As soon as Steve heard this he roared and stormed down the stairs in an attempt to scare them away. In reality, he was more scared of them.
Natasha found herself with a bunch of stupid college pledges with some other girls. She was rolling her eyes at them needing to prove their macho ways in front of the girls. Nat had found herself here out of sheer boredom and lacking of fighting against the other girls. She was visiting a friend there and they thought best way to spend time would be going to the most haunted sight in town.
Natasha protested at first saying that it would be more fun if they didn’t go bother a person in their home. She didn’t believe it it. Thinking it was just a ploy for the boys to scare the girls and then go and sleep with them. One of the boys had taking a liking to her and she didn’t really care for him. But he needed to show off his machismo. He shouted the loudest in the house with his chest puffed out.
It wasn’t until they heard the roar from upstairs and heard the creature rush down the stairs. They boys ran away fast like rabbit and left the girls there. Only Natasha even got a glimpse of the creature before her friend pulled her away. They ran screaming from the house and Natasha kept looking back frowning. “You goes are idiots you know that right?” She brushed off her friends hand and walked off annoyed. She glimpsed back at the house before finding herself there again. She quietly walked back in the house hoping to see him again.
Steve continued roaring until he thought they were all gone and slumped back into his place. Tears streamed down his face as he shuffled his feet into the living room and curled up in a corner. He sobbed so loudly that he initially didn’t hear the woman enter but when he realized that he wasn’t alone he immediately roared and rushed to his feet.
He charged at the small woman, trying to seem even bigger than he was, “LEAVE! AND NEVER COME BACK!” He roared trying to get her out. When she didn’t immediately moved he flipped the couch in her direction showing his strength. “I SAID LEAVE AND NEVER COME BACK!”
|mannequinnapper sent: Everyone thinks we came to this party as a couple because our costumes match what’s your name AU|
Steve chuckled checking out her Robin costume. What made it funny was that they were both wearing the 1960s version of Batman and Robin. “I’m Batman.” He said in the Adam West voice as opposed to the usual deep raspy voice. “Or you can just call me Steve.”
Steve sighed glancing at Tony again and sipped his drink, “Unfortunately, I’m friends with the host…” He said pointing to Tony who was currently making out with a Cat Woman.
Sarah followed Steve’s finger and had to laugh. ”Ah the infamous Stark charm,” she said with a smile and a shake of her head. ”I’ve heard stories and have managed to fly below his radar whenever we’ve crossed paths. How’d you two meet?” she asked before taking another sip of her drink.
Steve smirked at her laugh and shook his head. “I apologize for him… He gets a bit out of hand.” He froze when she asked how they met, “We uh… work together.” He said not wanting to reveal that he was an Avenger.
"Why thank you," she smiled, blushing a bit. "Sure, that sounds great," she finished off her drink and stood.
Steve took her arm and led her out to his car. It was a very sleek black car that looked like it could go 200 mph like it was nothing. He opened the passenger door for her with a bigger smile, “Madame.” He said giving an exaggerated bow.