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Deception made me as I am

It's alright, he's treating me quite well

Demon Called Deception
6 April 1984
"It is not contrary to reason to prefer the destruction of the whole world to the scratching of my finger."
~David Hume~

This journal is an archive. I do not post new fan fiction here. Also, if you are a kid, kindly fuck off. I'm not your mother, I don't want to deal with your issues.

You can find all of my Harry Potter fan fiction here, as well as X-Men fic should you be looking for it, but I don't post fic here anymore. You will NOT find 30 Seconds to Mars fic here, so don't even ask me about it. It isn't here and I will not add you back. If you still want to read my writing, my fandom journal right now is lustmordred. If you are looking for new fiction, best look there. Also, if you want to contact me, you should PM me there or comment on that journal. I don't check this one often and the email expired about 4 years ago.

Age Statement: I am 29 years old and legally able to read and view any and all adult material.

Layout: All graphics on this journal (header, background, FO banner) by judas_denied. They are NOT up for grabs and no, you can't use them on your journal/website even if you ask nicely. So don't ask.

Icons and graphics: If I made it or if the creator is listed, credit is nice. It's only polite. If I don't know, then go ahead and do whatever you want.

My Mood Themes: If you would like to use these, please email me or leave me a comment on my latest public journal entry letting me know. Credit lucilla_darkate in your info. And host the files somewhere yourself, DO NOT HOTLINK.

Women in Fantasy Art mood theme (which I am currently using) was made using art by Luis Royo, Boris Vallejo, Julie Bell, Brian Froud, J.W. Waterhouse, Kinuko Y. Craft, Dorian Cleavenger, and Michael Parkes. The mood theme can be found here.

Velvet Goldmine mood theme can be found here.

"What one writer can make in the solitude of one room is something no power can easily destroy."
~Salman Rushdie~