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Theseus/Graves + Newt/Graves: Sub!Graves has two doms

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 05:00 am (UTC)(link)
When Graves needs to be taken down hard, he goes to Theseus.

When he wants a gentler touch, he goes to Newt.

And sometimes he has them both at the same time.

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Grindelwald/Graves - Crush, crack-ish?

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 05:03 am (UTC)(link)
Grindelwald has a huge crush on Graves and makes it known, like he has pictures of him everywhere.

The reason why he chooses Graves to impersonate is because of his huge crush and when he transfigures into him, he can't stop admiring himself. Everyday he visits Graves in his prison and gushes about how much he loves and respects him - in a sick and twisted way of course.

Basically Grindelwald is a psychopath in love

Graves/Grindelwald, Graves/Other- Devil You Know, non/dubcon, domestic abuse

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 07:39 am (UTC)(link)
When Graves was Grindelwald's captive, Grindelwald would never physically force him to have sex with him. He might offer Graves special treats, like being allowed to sleep in a bed instead of on a cot, or obliviating instead of killing one of Graves's coworkers who was getting dangerously close to finding out, but he'd never use the imperius curse or beat Graves into submission. And when he did rape Graves, he'd be fairly gentle.

The wizarding community in America is backwards in several ways. The government reserves the right to arrange marriages in cases where it'll benefit the nation. With Grindelwald growing more and more powerful, they're in need of strong allies. When Graves is told he needs to marry some foreign diplomat, he's far from happy. Still, if it prevents Grindelwald from taking over...He goes through with it, only his new husband is a monster, who beats him and takes him violently, whether Graves resists or not. Graves tries to get a divorce on grounds of cruel treatment, but he's denied because it'll hurt America politically. One day, though, Grindelwald pays him a visit, with an offer to join him. Graves accepts, not because he wants to work for Grindelwald, but because he knows that at least Grindelwald won't physically hurt him as much as his husband and because, at this point, he's fed up with MACUSA.

Re: Graves/Grindelwald, Graves/Other- Devil You Know, non/dubcon, domestic abuse

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 07:54 am (UTC)(link)
+1 A really unique and well thought out prompt.

Dumbledore/Grindelwald- Clear as Day

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 07:46 am (UTC)(link)
"Percival Graves. Pleased to make your acquaintance."
"What are you doing here, Gellert?"
"I'm sorry...who?"
"I know it's you."
"I have no idea what you're talking about."

I need a fic where Dumbledore comes to MACUSA for a visit, is introduced to the president and her right hand man, and sees right through Grindelwald's disguise.

Re: Dumbledore/Grindelwald- Clear as Day

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 07:49 am (UTC)(link)
Haha, this. Great prompt, anon.

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Graves/Grindelwald- Comfort

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 07:51 am (UTC)(link)
I need a fic where Grindelwald comforts a sobbing Graves. Graves can be crying because of something Grindelwald did or because of some other reason.

Happy New Year! (1/2)

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 06:25 am (UTC)(link)
Because it's somewhere between 3AM and 6AM as I write this down on January 1st. Enjoy.


Why does this place smell like shit? And why is it always so dark in here? When was the last time he'd ever felt a mattress underneath his heavy and tired body? When was the last time he'd had something neat to eat, or a decent and full meal in general? When was the last time he'd cast a spell? Or enjoyed a good old red wine while hanging on his couch at home? When was the last time he'd squint at Tina Goldstein at work? What day is it? What time is it?

None of these questions ever ended up answered and every single one of them always came back to his mind, like an endless record that played on repeat whenever the record of self-hatred wasn't playing.

His captor, god knows what his name was again - Graves seems to have forgotten long ago - didn't exactly make things better at all. The fact that, most of the time, he carried Graves' very own face just made the man in the cell throw up the empty contents of his stomach.

The wizard sat in a corner of the cell, furthest away from the door and fully convinced that these cold, stone walls seemed to give him at least some warmth. Grindelwald had stripped him from any extra layers of clothing long ago, only leaving Percival Graves in his black trousers and a white shirt that had turned all kinds of shades of dirty long ago. He'd even taken the man's shoes after Graves had tried a miserable attempt at taking his own life with their laces. He could do it again if he wanted to - or if he had the strength - by using the shirt or his pants. But he was too weak, and Grindelwald was to blame.

Grindelwald liked it like this. His prisoner, all weak and defenseless. There were less chances of him trying to escape and Graves knew this. Graves knew that if he's a "good boy", he'll get just a little more food. But only if he stays still and quiet in his cell.

Sometimes, that was a hard thing to do...

Grindelwald had been summoned to the cell area by the cries of his own prisoner. They were desperate, but perhaps also angry cries. Cries that bothered him, not because Grindelwald cares that much about Graves, but because Graves was disturbing him from his peaceful afternoon off from framing his own prisoner.

Percival hadn't moved yet. He still sat crouched in that corner, wailing to himself. He kept his arms close to his chest, trying to convince himself that this place was not as cold as it seems while he muttered some incoherent vocals that echoed through the complex underneath Grindelwald's hideout - wherever that may be...

"Why so noisy?" Grindelwald hadn't made a single sound himself as he made his way to the door of the cell. It was a barred door, so there was no struggle required to seek contact with his prisoner. Graves looked up for the first time in God knows how long. His eyes were troubled and screamed exhaustion and his lips signalised dehydration. The faint shake he carried over his entire body called for nutrition.

"Come on. Answer me."

Their eyes met briefly and Graves hated every moment about it. He was looking right at his own face, knowing in the back of his mind that this guy had a strange interest in his body. He almost seemed to appreciate it more than his own and it disgusted the prisoner.

Graves was the one to break eye contact. He couldn't look at 'himself' any longer. It hurt, because Grindlewald's Graves looked way healthier than Percival's Graves at this very moment and it ached. He was supposed to look like that. Fluffy, healthy black hair, full face, lips, eyes that displayed life and health, muscle, body. He was not the one who deserved to look like something close to a corpse with his greasy hair and his pale bony skin with his dry lips and empty eyes, shivering in a corner of a cell like a mutt and covered in some dirty rags. He deserves the warm, long black coat and that grey scarf on top of a fresh black suit with a bright white shirt! That was his preferred outfit, not Grindelwald's!

"I'm really...hungry," Graves then spoke, tears rolling down his hollowing cheeks. His voice sounded rough like cheap whiskey and it frightened him somewhere in the back of his mind. He couldn't remember his own voice being like this. "And water... Warmth..." Graves had almost begged him to let him go, but from former experiences, he knew that won't happen anytime soon.

Grindelwald hummed quietly and threw him a glare that was all too familiar. Graves no longer dared to look up at himself, too traumatized by the image of being tormented by his very own face. "What makes you think you deserve food, or water or even a blanket? Crying like a bitch? You know, Percival, that those are the reasons I keep you from those things, right?"

Another thing Percival Graves had learned from his captor was that he shouldn't talk back. That's not what prisoners do.

"But you see, it's a special day." Grindelwald stepped a final step closer to the cell door and put his left hand on one of the bars to hold it while he watched his prisoner. "It's actually the start of a new year and, since I'm still a good man somewhere, I think I can make an exception."

And thus, Percival Graves follows his healthy reflection to a warmer place. It was still a dark place, but it offered more warmth. Within moments, Graves felt much better already.

"I'll get you food and water, but there's one thing you must do for me in return," Grindelwald spoke. He stood dangerously close to Graves and even though they had the exact same body for now, one looked smaller than the other because he'd been crouched in a corner for days. The prisoner looked up and it was the second time their eyes met that day. He felt cold again, meeting those familiar and healthy looking eyes.

"You must spend this evening in my presence...naked."

It had helped his bad feelings when it came to feeling well physically, but that was about it. Nothing else about that night was fun. In the end, Grindelwald had let him sleep on the couch, his stomach still empty and roaring and his skin still exposed to the darkness of the night. The man had lied about everything and only gave him a decent place to sleep for one night before he threw him back in his cell the day after. It was a surprise for Graves when he could keep his clothes.

Perhaps, all of this had made it worse. He nearly believed that there was still good in this guy, but it felt more like he'd been lied to. As if it was a cover up, just like the face he was wearing.

The lies, the pain, the fact Percival Graves was not Percival Graves anymore, but some criminal wearing his face and no one who could see through it, the hunger, the cold, the need for water in his throat, the need for fresh air or just some light, the loneliness.

It all hurt. It hurt so much not even Percival Graves, the man who used to be under constant pressure at MACUSA every day again, could deal with it.

He cried again and this time, Grindelwald showed up. The real Grindelwald, not his prisoner's reflection. Grvaes had almost forgot how ugly he looked when he's not carrying Percival's face. This time, he didn't speak and remained stood by the bars of the cell door. Graves sat down this time and it was easier to seek contact with his captor. It was easier to look him in the eye for longer, but not too long. He still had something sinister about him.

"Didn't you say you'd stop crying?"

"You promised me food. And water," Graves replied, his voice still broken. It hurt to speak. His throat felt like a desert and his stomach groaned. He looked at Grindelwald and they remained silent. It lasted for so long, Graves was the first one to give in and look back down and regret asking for these basic needs. He rose a shaky arm, wiping off a pathetic tear. God, he's never wept as much as he's done within these walls so far before.

Grindelwald observed his prisoner, thinking. He couldn't exactly starve or dehydrate him. Neither could he hurt him by beating him up or taking advance of him like he'd done the night before. It didn't feel good to have him there all the time, naked. Grindelwald had thought it'd feel like he had a pet for the night, but it always had that little bit of discomfort too. It wasn't something he'll repeat, neither will he continue working with it. Having Graves in such a way was just not something Grindelwald could find himself doing. If he wanted to get off to this guy's person, he'd just have to steal his identity once again and sit down with his prick at hand.

It was clear. Graves couldn't end up being left without at least the very basics if Grindelwald wanted to keep using him. He'd need him for another while, so he should perhaps focus on turning him to his hand instead of leading him to his death. Perhaps, a minimum of food and hydration would do - for starters.

"But only if you stop crying..."


You know, I find this lacking some fluff??? So I'm going for a part two?

Happy New Year! (2/2)

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Theseus/Newt/Graves BDSM?

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 08:01 am (UTC)(link)
Graves has always been a guest of the Scamander's family gatherings, and Newt has always known him as the stoic, no bullshit colleague / best friend of Theseus. Then one night Newt stumbles into Theseus's bedroom to find Graves bound, gagged, aroused, and begging for his brother.

Newt tries to help without making known his identity and Graves responses all too enthusiastically.

+ Theseus sneaks up on Newt, shushes him and guides his little brother to do all the dirty things he does to Graves.
++ Theseus and Newt double teaming the shit out of Graves.

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WIP fill: Sharing is Caring

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Grindelwald - Job Description

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 08:08 am (UTC)(link)
Every office Christmas party, Graves plays Santa. Grindelwald did not know this when he impersonated him.

Re: Grindelwald - Job Description

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 02:42 pm (UTC)(link)
the snorting and fizzy that just came out my nose when i laughed was very unattractive.

In other words i second this

Percival/Theseus, overprotective

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 10:07 am (UTC)(link)
Theseus has always been overpotective of his borther, even more so after Leta Lestrange. Naturally he wants to check that this Tina Goldstein is good for his little brother. Percival is a protective boss, who kind of adopted Tina and Queenie as his sister after the Grindelwald fiasco. So naturally he wants to check on this Newt Scamander and see he won't drag Tina into any more trouble. During all this checking, Percival and Theseus meet. They start standoffish but after multiple encounters start to fall for each other.

Bonuses: Tina and Newt are relieved. Their meddling was starting to get on their nerves.

Tina Goldstein/Original!Percival Graves, seduced by her innocence

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 02:32 pm (UTC)(link)
Whenever Tina looks at him with huge eyes and an innocent look on her face Graves ends up wondering what she would look like when she gets thoroughly fucked. The worst thing about it is that Tina doesn’t seem to realise what she does to him and that puts Percival into uncomfortable situations more than once. Think Tina licking her sticky fingers after eating a glazed doughnut or something like that. Could be 5+1 or not. It’s up to Anon if they actually have sex or not. I mainly just want to see Percival getting uncomfortable and/or daydreaming about all the things he would like to do to Tina.

- Graves feels guilty because Tina is so much younger and much more inexperienced than him. He really shouldn’t fantasise about her and he knows it.
- Tina isn’t actually as inexperienced as Graves thinks. She’s very deliberately trying to seduce him.

Re: Tina Goldstein/Original!Percival Graves, seduced by her innocence

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 09:11 pm (UTC)(link)

Graves; Grindelwald/Dumbledore - love advice

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 04:53 pm (UTC)(link)
Grindelwald wants to win Dumbledore's heart back, and keeps asking a captive Graves for love advice.

Re: Graves; Grindelwald/Dumbledore - love advice

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 05:13 pm (UTC)(link)
love the idea

mind you i think Graves' advice would be pretty useless


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Graves/Grindelwald, Graves/Others- Rescued, angst, h/c, torture, noncon

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 07:28 pm (UTC)(link)
Graves learned a long time ago that Grindelwald wouldn't rape him. Flirt with him and make him uncomfortable. Torture him if he tried to escape. But rape him, no. So, when post-film Graves is kidnapped, tortured, and raped by others, it's a relief when he hears the sound of Grindelwald's voice, berating his captors for daring to touch what is Grindelwald's, mingled with the screams of the people who tortured him.

Newt/Percival/Credence: Someone tries to poison Credence, Newt and Percival goes on the war path

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 08:03 pm (UTC)(link)
Newt and Percival help Credence as he learns to control his powers now that the Obscurus has been separated from him. He's taking to learning magic like a fish takes to water and he is also very much soaking up the love that Newt, Percival, and the creatures all constantly shower on him.

However, there are those who thing that Credence should have been put down like a rapid dog, that he's too dangerous to live and isn't even human. With this in mind, this person with ill-intent devises a plan to get rid of Credence. They arrange for Credence's lunch or coffee to be poisoned. Just as Credence is about to take a sip or bite, one of the creatures like Pickett or the Demiguise stops him in the nick of time.

Percival is nearly berserk in his rage, but Newt is far more scarier, because his is the cold, silent rage that promises full on Hell. Together Percival and Newt go hunting for whoever tried to hurt their Credence. The creatures also joint the hunt, because nobody tries to hurt one of their own and gets away with it.

Lord help the culprit when Percival and Newt, and the creatures all get their hands and paws on them.

Afterwards, Credence finds himself on the receiving end of everyone's protective instincts in full overdrive, not that he minds.

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Newt/Percival/Credence: Newt and Credence fall for Percival after watching him duel

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 08:56 pm (UTC)(link)
Newt and a recovering Credence return to New York and meet the real Percival Graves. He's reserved and stoic, but otherwise way more personable that GrindelGraves was. There is this air of quiet strength and elegance about him that Newt and Credence are instantly attracted to despite the bad experiences they had at the hands of the man who stole Percival's face.

A tentative friendship forms between the three men, with Tina, Queenie, and Jacob being their to support.

One day at MACUSA the annual Magical Dueling Tournament is held. Normally Percival stayed out of it because he had nothing to prove, but this year he partakes to show everyone that he's still a formidable auror. When Percival takes the stage, Newt and Credence are enthralled as they watch Percival best opponents left and right with a smooth and fluid grace that is nothing like the rage and harshness that Grindelwald showed in the subway tunnel. To top it off, Percival shows his grace when he makes sure every opponent is alright after the match.

Seeing Percival as himself wielding his own powers, Newt and Credence are just gone for him. Percival himself might be just as gone, but wary at the thought of letting anyone close. Can Newt and Credence come up with a way to win Percival's heart? Will he allow himself to let them?

Add in the creatures and it is sure to be an interesting journey.

Graves, missing for years

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 10:04 pm (UTC)(link)
Grindelwald used some curse or potion on Graves that put him into a state of suspended animation. That allowed Grindelwald to keep him alive but eliminated possibility that he will escape or that he will need to be fed etc. When Grindelwald is captured he refuses to reveal what he had done to Graves. Macusa still searches for him, but there could be anywhere Grindelwald could have stashed him, plus chance that Grindelwald killed him and disposed of the body is high. Eventually other concerns take up aurors attention and case of Graves dissappearance is shelved (perhaps after Picquery leaves office).

Cut to few years or even decades later. Maybe the curse starts wearing of, maybe some no-maj workers sumble upon Graves while clearin abandoned area, maybe Grindelwald, trying to clear his conscience after years in Nurmengard, finally confesses.

So Graves wakes up into a world which really forgot him and depending how long he was out, has to learn to live with it. Most people he used to know are now older than him!

- In intervening years, Graves has became something of a legend in the Macusa, especially among aurors

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Credence/Newt Sex Magic, Virgin Credence

(Anonymous) 2016-12-31 11:44 pm (UTC)(link)
Newt find a way to remove the obscurus from Credence, but it involves powerful magic and a sexual ritual.

Maybe it has to do with the repressed nature of the obscurus, or the fact that it has morphed with Credence as he's become an adult, or physical love fills some void. Regardless a red-faced Newt explains the cure and an equally red-faced Credence agrees.

Graves/Grindelwald, Graves' revenge (dark, non-con)

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 01:19 am (UTC)(link)
Graves somehow frees himself, tricks or straight up overpowers Grindelwald, and, in his rage, brutally rapes and murders him.

I also want to see Graves struggling to deal with the aftermath: part of him knows that what he did was monstrous and unforgivable, but the part that's been broken and corrupted thinks that not only was it justified considering what Grindelwald put him through, it actually felt immensely good...

The outcome is up to you.

Re: Graves/Grindelwald, Graves' revenge (dark, non-con)

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 08:26 am (UTC)(link)
Yes, yes

Grindelwald/Credence ABO impregnation

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 03:29 am (UTC)(link)
Post canon ABO verse.

After learning that the Omega!Credence is the obscurial, Alpha!Grindelwald decides to change his plans. While he might no longer need Credence to find a child for him, perhaps he can use him to make a child. Even if he broke Credence's trust, soon the boy's heat will hit him and he'll come squirming right back to Grindelwald.

Lots of focus on the impregnation itself, such as Grindelwald petting his stomach and describing the changes Credence will go through. How Credence feels about this is up to you.

Graves/Grindelwald- Petting, possible non/dubcon.

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 03:39 am (UTC)(link)
Graves really wishes it didn't feel so good when Grindelwald pet him.

FILL: Graves/Grindelwald- Petting, possible non/dubcon.

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 07:33 pm (UTC)(link)
A touch doesn't feel the same when you do it yourself. It doesn't feel the same when you know it's coming and how much pressure you'll be experiencing. Your nerve system and your brain know exactly every small bit of information needed to ruin the experience of your own hand brushing your arm...or your hair...or anywhere else you'd want to touch yourself. It just doesn't feel as good as when someone else is doing it.

And that... Perhaps that's what Percival Graves misses the most at this very moment.

It's been so long since he'd last been touched tenderly by someone else. Hell, Gellert Grindelwald doesn't even touch him at all. Not even for a painful beating or anything. The last things Graves could remember were just simple handshakes at work or the occasional pats on the shoulder. Graves had never been one of many physical contacts, but he's never felt like he needed more of them either. It always seemed just enough, until now...

Gellert Grindelwald liked keeping his boy in a cell somewhere in a place he didn't have too look at him that much. But only because he'd rather have his prisoner shut up than call for his attention everytime he appears on scene. Grindelwald wasn't one to treat his prisoners brutally, against popular beliefs. After all, he needed this one to cooperate so a decent treatment couldn't be that bad for his own benefits.

Every now and then, Grindelwald decides to take Percival Graves with him for the evening as he takes a seat by the fire, relaxing on his favourite suede chair. Graves wasn't allowed to join him, of course. There was only room for one of them to sit, so Gellert let him sit by his side, on the floor. Like a dog.

These evenings were never really eventful. Graves never talked back and Grindelwald only muttered about what he'd done with his prisoner's face that day. They had once had this conversation with a cup of tea and some biscuits, because Grindelwald had remembered that that day was Graves' birthday. Otherwise, the man on the carpet by the fire would get nothing more than just the company of a man he actually...really hates. But what else could he do then accept these offers and join Gellert by the fire like a pet dog. It's not like he had anywhere else to go and he couldn't exactly escape either. He'd tried once, but ever since, Grindelwald had put a spell on him. If Graves ever sets foot outside this building - wherever he may be, even - he'd end up in some really excruciating pain. That was the furthest Gellert Grindelwald had gone with him so far.

Graves sat by the chair, just like any other evening. Only, today he had accepted the offer of washing himself for the first time in nearly two weeks. After all, it didn't seem like much fun to keep him by your side when he smells like shit.

Grindelwald leaned back in the chair and hummed. His arms hung over the arm rests, the one on the left dangerously close to Graves' head. Percival had noticed, of course. But he didn't move, yet. He was having an inner debate with himself, where part of his mind wanted him to lean away from the hand while the other part of himself wanted to lean into those fingers, wanting to feel that touch. It'd be an innocent touch. A brief touch. It wouldn't mean much and Grindelwald probably wouldn't even question it.

Grindelwald only hummed when he felt something brush against his fingertips. He had his eyes closed and was on the verge of dozing off to a slumbering state between asleep and awake. For a moment, he really thought he had a dog by his side. Gellert reached out to feel a better touch of the soft hair that had brushed against his fingertips only moments ago. What he didn't seem to realize just yet was that he wasn't touching a dog, but his prisoner, Percival Graves, who tucked his head in between his shoulders under the hand.

How long it's been since he last had a haircut, Graves couldn't really tell, but it must've been quite a while. His hair had grown out, appearing a lot fuzzier than he could remember. It was long on the top of his head and had fallen into a split. Strands of hair often fell in front of his eyes when he woke up, or right now - while he was being petted. Where once used to be an undercut was now something soft, the start of growing hair, almost like the equivalent of beard fluff on your head. He'd never really had a closer look at it before, but Graves sort of knew it felt soft, and Grindelwald now seemed to know as well.

Percival finally found the guts to look up at the other and Gellert looked down. He removed his hand from Graves' head when he saw he wasn't petting a dog, but let it hover near the man's head. Maybe, he'll try it again. After all, he'd missed his prisoner's reaction to this simple, unexpected brief touch.

Once more, the hand came down and its fingers laced through long, black strands of soft and freshly washed hair. Graves didn't pull back this time, but sat still and eyed Grindelwald from underneat his hand. Gellert only watched him. Observing. It was a pleasant view from his side of the palm that carressed Graves' soft, long hair.

"You like it too much," Grindelwald then muttered to himself, removing his hand from Graves' head. The man on the floor cramped back together once the touch had ended, sinking back on his knees and diverting his gaze. He didn't really know how to feel about it. He shouldn't be feeling this conflicted about a stupid touch! It was not as innocent as it seemed, and he'd just given Grindelwald yet another weak spot to play with.

Graves hadn't expected it when Grindelwald touched him again. This time, the contact was more intense. Gellert tangled his fingers in the man's hair, fingertips brushing over Graves' scalp. Percival could feel too many spots on his body shivering for a reason he hadn't managed to explain just yet. He tried to ignore it and focused on the hand instead. His hair was being pulled very gently before Grindelwald let go again. He repeated the gesture and watched Graves, who seemingly relaxed in the contact.

To Percival, it felt like a scalp massage - one so intense his brain nearly defined it as erotic. And he hated it. It shouldn't be anything like this. Stupid. That's what this is. Stupid and frustrating! He wanted to express his frustrations, but that would be beneficient to Grindelwald's pleasure, so Graves couldn't. This guy doesn't exactly deserve to enjoy his prisoner in ways like these. If he could, Graves would definitely latch out at this guy and preferably even hurt him. However, Grindelwald was the one holding the strings. Graves was his puppet.

"Makes me wonder when the last time has been where someone touched you so tenderly, Percival." There was something in that voice that made Graves want to flip his own stomach. "Oh who would've expected Percival Graves to be such a pathetic little whimp when it comes to being touched?"

"I wouldn't mind you rotting in a ca-" A slap silenced Graves and his head shot to the side. A curtain of hair brushed in front of his hair. He didn't move and waited, taking his time to register the touch he'd just felt. Somehow, the tickling in his body had gotten worse and it felt all around terrible. "I dare you to finish that sentence, Percival," Gellert spoke. He used the same hand that had tenderly touched him only moments ago to grab a fistful of Graves' hair to jerk his head back towards him. Grindelwald had sat up on his chair, the atmosphere between them no longer peaceful, but rather one filled with tension.

Graves remained silent. He knew that he should not finish his sentence if he wanted to avoid another painful touch. He waited for Grindelwald to make his next move. It took him a while, but eventually he let go of his prisoner's hair and let the man sink back down to his spot on the floor. "Exactly," he muttered to himself.


On that day, Gellert Grindelwald discovered a weakness in Percival Graves. Since that day, this weakness was used against his prisoner. However, it did involve the touches Graves had missed so much, but it was never as frequent as he wanted it and it wasn't predictable either. It was almost as if Grindelwald knew exactly when he had to strike to meet Graves at his most vulnerable moments, and every time again he could bring his little pet prisoner back to cooperation. Perhaps, petting could be his new way of tormenting his puppet...

Percival Graves hates every single moment of all of this, especially himself. How could he be this weak, giving in to simple touches on the head almost the same way cats nestle under your hand when you run your hand down their head and back? How could he be so pathetic that a simple and easy touch anywhere on his body could be enough to coax him into letting Gellert Grindelwald use his face yet another time? How had he ever turned into such a miserable, pathetic excuse of an adult man? Where was the real Percival Graves, and not this dusty old cat?


I hope this'll do (I actually forgot the original way I wanted to end this thing because I got terribly distracted... *sad emoji face*)

Credence, Obscurus- Misunderstood Creatures

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 04:42 am (UTC)(link)
Because of how rare obscuri are, there are several misconceptions about them. They are sentient creatures, and not all of them are parasitic. Some have more of a symbiotic relationship with their hosts. The reason Credence was able to survive to adulthood was because his obscurus is a fairly friendly one. It's also very protective of Credence.

Graves, Grindelwald- It Never Ends, angst, h/c

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 04:49 am (UTC)(link)
Graves is retired by the time the Harry Potter series happens. When he hears about Grindelwald's death, though, he feels compelled to attend the funeral, if only to make sure his former captor is really dead. When he gets there, he's one of the few attendees, so he gets a good look at the corpse, and realizes that it's not Grindelwald at all, but someone else who's been transfigured to look like Grindelwald.

Note: It's up to filler where this leads. Maybe Grindelwald has partially reformed by this point (I'm assuming he wouldn't be fully reformed or he wouldn't have faked his own death using someone else as a stand in for him), or maybe he's still the evil Grindelwald we all love. Maybe he broke out to live his life in peace, maybe he wants revenge on Voldemort for bringing about Albus's death, or maybe he wants to take over the world again. Also, Graves/Grindelwald, consensual or not, is fine, but not mandatory.

Graves, Newt- PTO, fluff, humor

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 04:53 am (UTC)(link)
Graves has the flu and Picquery has forced him to take paid time off. Not trusting him to not sneak in some paperwork when he should be resting, Picquery and the Goldstein's have been enlisted Newt to watch after Graves until he gets better. Because Newt's specialty is caring for beasts, and a sick and bored Graves is definitely a bit of a beast.

Can be friendship or slash between Newt and Graves.

Graves + Tina, Hanging (TW: Character death)

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 05:33 am (UTC)(link)
Just for laughs, Grindelwald rigged Graves up so that whenever someone entered his prison Graves would fall and be hanged unless a counter spell was cast in advance.

Tina doesn't know. She comes to the rescue, only to watch Graves get killed right in front of her.

Less angsty option:
He falls, but she's able to slow his descent so the noose causes less damage. He's strangled, possibly has a broken neck, but survives.

Re: Graves + Tina, Hanging (TW: Character death)

(Anonymous) 2017-01-02 05:33 pm (UTC)(link)

real percival/newt, percival riding newt

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 06:17 am (UTC)(link)
there are SO FEW bottom percival/top newt fics out there, its a crime, so lets see some good old-fashioned ~riding~. it could be like a pre-planned thing, like percival's never bottomed before and is shy about it, or it could be a hot and heavy situation in percival's office. either way I want newt in charge, please don't just make percival a power bottom. thank you~

Original Graves/Newt - Newt hurt in a revenge attack

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 11:42 am (UTC)(link)
Newt is laying in a pool of blood in the freshly fallining snow staring up at the blackness of the night sky, it's oddly peaceful.

Suddenly Graves is kneeling next to him pulling him into his arms shouting for help "Don't you dare die on me..."

*It's not anything Newt has done that prompted the attack but a person who hates both Graves and Theseus who has been watching them (or having them watched) and knows that killing Newt will distroy both men. "The beloved brother of one and unrequited love of the other wrapped up in one easy to reach target"

FILL: The Chaotic Calm

(Anonymous) 2017-01-02 02:22 am (UTC)(link)
Hi there :) I couldn't put this prompt down so I hope you don't mind what I've got here :P

I just wrote what came to me, sorry if it's not exactly what you wanted (I think I got a little carried away with a happy ending... oh well)

Please enjoy (sorry if it sucks)

Fill: Graves/Newt Blood and Snow TW: violence/torture

(Anonymous) - 2017-01-02 09:41 (UTC) - Expand

On ao3

(Anonymous) - 2017-01-02 09:48 (UTC) - Expand

Theseus and Newt or Theseus/Newt, brotherly fluff

(Anonymous) 2017-01-01 03:47 pm (UTC)(link)
I need more Scamander sweetness now I've read that lovely "Newt comforts PTSD!Theseus". So... Theseus showing up in time to rescue Newt from GrindelGraves' strafing spells? Newt's homecoming after his trip from the US? New Year's revels at the Scamander home? Theseus teaching Newt how to ride a hippogriff? Prank playing? Writing each other during the war years?

Anything, just brotherly tenderness (gen, pre-slash or Scamancest, I'm okay with all those!)

Re: Theseus and Newt or Theseus/Newt, brotherly fluff

(Anonymous) 2017-01-23 04:57 pm (UTC)(link)
Seconded! Anything with the Scamander brothers would be lovely although I'm partial to the aftermath of Grindelwald torture scene myself.