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11 June 2012 @ 12:21 pm
H/C Bingo Card - Please Prompt Me!!!  
I could really use some help with this here Bingo Card if I'm actually going to be able to complete it.

Thanks in advance to anyone who decides to help a girl out!


































loss of vision septicemia / infected wounds explosion apocalypse magical trouble
dystopia caught in a robbery phobias serial killers loss of home / shelter
mistaken identity homesickness WILD CARD toothache restrained
first transformation captivity pneumonia loss of possessions alien abduction
side effects sensory deprivation medication electrocution unexpected pregnancy


 
 
 
RabidChild's Ficrabidchild on June 11th, 2012 06:29 pm (UTC)
Ah, my dear, a pretty good card. I think I'd go for a diagonal, starting with loss of vision. Are there other fandoms you like other than WC? I'ma just assume no, so...

Loss of vision is interesting, but if you look at it another way, it can be more than going blind - it can be losing a person's second sight. So: something mystical where Neal's always been able to read minds or see the future, just not for Peter?

Caught in a robbery = SCORE! Hostage situations for the win. So many possibilities there.

Loss of possessions - I always like this on, to think about a pre-series Neal whose been down on his luck somewhat. Or a wee!Neal and his mom who've had to do without a lot of things to get by. Sad, but effective (and potentially short, LOL)

Unexpected pregnancy - I mean, if ever there was a reason for mpreg, what else is there? But wouldn't it be interesting if the preggo in question was Peter?

pooh_collectorpooh_collector on June 11th, 2012 06:55 pm (UTC)
I have done a loss of vision story. It was my very first one as a matter of fact, written for a prompt by dmk. But, a second-sight story definitely has some potential.

Caught in a robbery is a total score, as is loss of possessions.

Thanks for your thoughts. They have given me a lot to ponder.

a rearranger of the proverbial bookshelf: White Collar - Neal h/cembroiderama on June 11th, 2012 06:31 pm (UTC)
Oooh, I love so many of your squares! For "loss of home/shelter," what about something in which Neal is forced to stop living at June's for some reason, or else pre-series when he had to leave some other home? For toothache, you could have a character not wanting to take time away from work or not wanting to go to the dentist for some other reason trying to ignore a toothache until it gets really bad and they end up with a lot of pain, a fever, etc.--and the same plot would work for septicemia. *grabby hands* Okay, I'm going to stop prompt-spamming you.
pooh_collectorpooh_collector on June 11th, 2012 06:59 pm (UTC)
I do have a few good ones here. Of course they seem to run in zigzag more than a straight line.

I love the toothache idea.

Thanks!
a rearranger of the proverbial bookshelf: Matt Bomer - dorkyembroiderama on June 11th, 2012 07:09 pm (UTC)
Did you check out the different bingo options other than just a straight or diagonal line? There are several.
pooh_collectorpooh_collector on June 11th, 2012 07:10 pm (UTC)
No, I missed that. I'll check it out.

Thanks!
Winter: StraightenTiewinterstar95 on June 12th, 2012 12:57 am (UTC)
Sensory deprivation is always an interesting one to do. I did it for SG1 once (The Safe House) very interesting kind of torture. So that could be fun!
nat_am_drachen on June 21st, 2012 12:37 am (UTC)
Hopefully, I'm not too late. Most of my prompts will be short.

1. Explosion = blast lung
2. Phobias = Mozzie's fear of hospitals or maybe Pre-series' Neal's fear of freedom
3. Pneumonia = maybe one of the team is sick, but no one notices and the caseload is very heavy so no one can afford to be sick, much less take any time off to be sick. After the cases are solved, whomever is very sick. They go home where they continue to decline.

4. Medication = allergic reaction, drug interactions, addiction

5. Wild Card = loss of shelter/home; June's home catches fire (doesn't burn down). There is a lot of damage (smoke, water) and Neal loses what few items he has managed to obtain (legally). He becomes upset over the loss, maybe some how he was responsible for the fire so he also feels guilty. June isn't that upset (she's just glad everyone is ok and they were just things), but Neal doesn't understand why she's not upset.
pooh_collectorpooh_collector on June 21st, 2012 04:12 am (UTC)
Oh no, you're not too late except with pneumonia I'm actually working on that one right now as a cross with a prompt from embroiderama on the comfort prompt fest going on right now at whitecollarhc.

I like the idea the Neal being afraid of freedom. That could work on a lot of level and I also really like the fire in June's house bit.

Thanks for the great ideas.
nat_am_drachen on June 22nd, 2012 03:07 am (UTC)
You are welcome. Glad I wasn't too late. :) I've been enjoying your stories. I wish I wrote faster. I can beta fairly quick, but writing takes me forever.

I realized after I read your reply, that yes, The phobia thing could have so many layers to it. The anklet is just another form of incarceration for Neal. Hmmm, soooooooooo many layers.