historize: (hetalia--denmark)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, America, Denmark, Ancient Rome; Denmark/Ireland, implied Ireland/Scotland
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, violence, sexual implications (dub-con)
Summary: This is another bit I started some time ago and want to be inspired to somehow finish. I RP Ireland with my friend (she does Scotland and England) and I have come to really adore developing her character.

So not everything in this is explained really, especially her relationship with Scotland but that's coming later---I just wanted to write about Ireland, bits about her, the Vikings, Rome, England and coming to America.

Also, the use of Ireland's and Scotland's modern names during Ancient Rome's time is historically inaccurate. I am aware of that. I'm just using them until I decide if I want to mess around with the changing names business.


I'll bet you top him, don't you? )
historize: (hetalia--americanada--noms)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Canada, America, England, Germany and Prussia, so far; hinted at England/Canada
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, violence
Summary: So far, Canada on D-Day (June 6th, 1944; when England, America, Canada and France beached on the French coast to begin kicking the Germans out).

I have not decided where exactly I wanted to go with this--I just thought it would be fun to write a fight scene between Canada and Germany and I don't often see any England/Canada.

This is most definitely not yet finished. I'm just hoping that posting it will inspire me a little.


Hard to believe a guy like that gets battle nerves. You ever looked at his eyes when he’s fighting? )
historize: (hetalia--canada--happy)
So, my desktop is still down and I'm trying not to stress about it.

So I'm going back to the list of prompts that I asked for--geez, almost a month ago and I want to start writing pirate!Spain, which I think will be all kinds of fun. I don't often write for Spain--but I would like to start trying to get him. It will be good practice for when I get my desktop back up and can continue on my WIP (which I have decided to call "It's a Wonderful World". Because. I dunno. I was outside doing yard work the other day and that song was stuck in my head and I suddenly stopped and went, "HEY!") It was [livejournal.com profile] sliefoxx that asked for pirate!Spain--in a fic trade where she wrote about bitty!Canada and France for me. So I need to get on that. (Oh, I never asked her--if she wanted it as a gen fic or as a shipping one. Huh. Need to do that too.)

But, in the meantime, while I think of how to write Spain, I just randomly started writing about Canada during D-Day (June 6, 1944--Normandy invasion) and I kinda wanna do maybe England/Canada because I've never done it and I rarely see it. But I also rarely see America/Canada.

I don't suppose anyone has any thoughts about that? Since it's from Canada's POV, I kind of like the idea of it being England/Canada. And it's always interesting to have other characters from the outside looking at America--as I do a lot of my fics from America's POV. So it's cool to see how he's viewed from the outside sometimes. It will be good practice for later.


Man, I hope me writing all this doesn't make me seem presumptuous and arrogant. I just wanted to put some thoughts down about writing.


Anyway, I think of Spain as being...well, cheerful and informal and very casual and laid-back. Very, very aware of his history but doesn't obsess over it--tries to let the past go. Absolutely deadly with a long axe, fantastic sailor, almost recklessly brave--and likes to fight the bulls. Very stubborn, doesn't succumb easily to torture or interrogation. Has a fierce love/hate with both France and Prussia and believes he knows them best--or at least better than most.
historize: (hetalia--prussia--chibisparkle)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): primarily Prussia and bitty!Germany and some Brandenburg; implied Prussia/Brandenburg and a hint of Prussia/Denmark
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, war and some suggestive dialog

Notes: Haven't come up with a title yet. I'll try and think of one while I work through editing this. This ended up so long that I had to cut it in two. I haven't finished the second part yet.

posted here


Oh, you look surprised? Well, everyone else is running about picking up little brothers and sisters. I kind of want one too. So, from now on, I am your older brother. )
historize: (hetalia--russia--in blue)
Title: The Wall
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, France, China, Russia, Prussia, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, Lithuania and Italy
Rating: Thematic R
Warnings: violence, symbolism
Summary: The end of World War II, Russia's revenge on Germany and the building and falling of the Berlin Wall.

As a note. I am an American. I was all of three years old when the Berlin Wall fell. So what I am going on is some stuff from my history classes and bits I looked up on youtube. This is a work in progress---so if there is some historical detail here that I have missed, please tell me.

Just in case you need visuals, I nabbed a couple maps offline. Map showing the territory of old Prussia and a map of the four sectors made by the Allied powers. (Trying to find a newer map of Prussia. That one is too old.)



Eventually posted here

Russia slid a finger up, touching Prussia’s ear; still he didn’t flinch. )


Edit: Here we go. And you'll actually see that Prussia is not technically within German borders at the end of World War II. He was actually east of Germany and he lost all his territory to Poland and the USSR.

I'll admit...I messed that up and am just discovering it now that I spent quite a bit of time doing this. That's what I get for not researching thoroughly enough first.

Now I'm not sure what I should do with this. I still enjoyed writing this a lot. I don't often see these two on a brotherly level. I suppose maybe so long as I put up a disclaimer that I am well-aware of the historical inaccuracy--that Prussia is not technically East Germany--I could post it anyway?

Though, though, in the Old Prussia map--Prussia used to have that whole expanse of territory. (I really don't want these 15 pages to go to waste. I like this. Haha, so yes, I am looking for connections now.) So, technically--since Prussia united Germany and is Germany's brother--the Allies sort of 'pin' him as "east Germany' anyway. Russia did say he would "become East Germany"....so. So. Technically, this could work.




Edit: Haha, I came back to edit and, by chance, I turned on the song Pieces and suddenly this was a billion times sadder.

WIP

May. 15th, 2009 03:27 pm
historize: (hetalia--america--eyes to the skies)
Title: The World is Changing
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Canada, England, France, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Poland, Germany, Ukraine--basically everyone
Rating: Thematic R, violence
Warnings: Nuclear war. Russia is demonized and then humanized. This is another one that isn't quite finished. It's quite sad.

Eventually tweaked and posted.


Russia was crazy but not so crazy that he couldn’t see the problem if Canada retaliated. )

WIP

May. 14th, 2009 07:59 pm
historize: (hetalia--englandamerica--scrubadub)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Canada, Mommy!England and Papa!France
Rating: I suppose PG-13 for violence
Warnings: Angst, Native Americans, insensitive dismissals. Google!French and Google!Spanish.

I haven't decided if I want to post this one at [livejournal.com profile] hetalia or not. I want to post it and then come back and see how satisfied I am with the result. This is still being tweaked. I haven't even decided on a title yet

The boys are at that awkward place where they are still young but America hasn't shot up in height yet. So they--especially America--drift between being needy children and the cusp of adulthood.


England scowled and threw the sopping wet cheesecloth at him. )


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