Whenever Stephanie has a nightmare, she calls Tim and asks him to come over. Tim wants to be there for her so he will drop what he is doing to comfort her. It got so bad at the manor, that Steph just slept in his room with him. It didn’t stop the nightmares, but it made them manageable. When Tim asked them what they were about, Steph spilled her guts on what black mask did to her and why that was what her nightmares were about. Jason listening in. Long story short, black mask is in a coma and none of them, even Bruce, could care less.
Tim Drake’s sound effects, ladies and gentlemen.
Summary: Sometimes Steph dreams
Characters: Stephanie Brown (mentions of others)
Notes: bittersweet angst
Summary: How Nell Little became Batgirl, as seen in Steph’s Black Mercy induced dreams in Batgirl #24. When children in Gotham start mysteriously falling into comas, Steph starts to follow the case. But she didn’t anticipate unforeseen circumstances taking her out of the field or Nell deciding to take the case into her own hands, with a bit of help from Damian.
Pairings: Mostly Tim/Steph and eventual Damian/Nell, but there’s also some Dick/Babs.
Author’s notes: Started another fic for reasons unknown. I have a fondness for minor characters, apparently. And writing long-ish fics. Not going to cross-post on ff.net for now.
Hair all messed up from an evening of crime fighting!
idk what’s going on in the DCu (DCNu?) these days… I just go back and read old arcs/books :S
Tim Steph Line Practice (drawn w/o reference)
DC pairings fst part 5 - Timothy Drake / Stephanie Brown
“I’m proud of you.”
“There’s something I never thought I’d hear…”
THE LAST GOODBYE - “This is the Sound”
the FST is dedicated to nighty, and all of the pairings are our headcanons i guess!
this one was the most important i guess, so it took quite a lot of tiem to find the proper song. but yeah, here you go!
Tim still has the mentality that he needs Stephanie to stay sane. After his meltdown he realized that that couldn’t be more true. When she returned, when Tim kissed her he was embracing the part of him that welcomed sanity.