Fandom: Harry Potter
No matter what, at Halloween, Harry always thinks of trolls. A troll is not something you forget and it was his first real memory of Halloween. Of course there are other recollections too, but that is the easiest one. Draco insists on throwing a huge party every year and ever since they got married everyone who is anyone turns up.
This year they even have a troll. Not a real one, but it is animated. It makes Harry smile and not think of other things and he rewards Draco with many kisses. When it chases Ron, Harry can't help laughing.
Title: Not Forgotten
Fandom: Marvel Movies
Loki wrapped his cloak around himself and sunk into shadow. He was not sure why he had come to Midgard, only that he had followed a whim. Thor loved these mortal ants and Loki was curious.
The way they celebrated their feast of Halloween was almost charming.
He was watching a small vampire demand gifts when something caught his eye: golden horns. For a moment he was struck speechless, then he laughed. He was no longer forgotten, it seemed, as a small boy proudly announced he was Loki of Asgard, even if he was a monster instead of a god.
Title: The Real Thing
Fandom: Teen Wolf
Pairing: Sterek (if you squint)
Real vampires on Halloween was just his luck. Oh and there was nothing romantic about being bitten; it hurt, a lot. Stiles had screamed as soon as teeth had met flesh, but there was no one to hear him. He was going to die and there was nothing he could do about it.
Being suddenly thrown forward was unexpected and jarring and all he could do was lie there in a dazed heap, listening to loud, vicious snarling.
The last thing he expected was Derek gently helping him up.
"I missed you," he said and gracelessly passed out.
Title: Not Dead Then
John opened the front door and just stared.
"You're very solid for a ghost," was what he decided to say.
"You are the third person to make such a ridiculous statement," Sherlock replied; "what is it about Halloween that brings out the idiot in people?"
"Not dead then," John concluded and turned, leaving the door open behind him.
"You are not reacting how I calculated," Sherlock said, following him in.
"Shock," John replied, "I'll be very angry later. Would you like a cup of tea?"
"Yes," Sherlock replied. "Should I get you a blanket?"
That made John laugh; definitely Sherlock.
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