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sherlockbbc_fic ([personal profile] sherlockbbc_fic) wrote2015-06-10 02:57 pm
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The Filled Prompts Post #3: Parts 37 and forward

Welcome to the Filled Prompts Post for Parts 37 and forward.
If you filled a prompt on LJ from Parts 1-23, please use the FPP #1.
If you filled a prompt on LJ from Parts 24-36, please use the FPP #2.
If you filled a prompt from the Spoiler-free post, use this FPP instead.

This is an archive created to make it simple for people to browse through both filled and unfilled prompts.

Let me explain how this works:

As you can see, this post has a lot of  comments like this one.

Each one of these comments stands for a page in the meme. They each have a numbered list of hyperlinks on them. Each of these hyperlinks leads to a prompt from that page, obviously! It's actually a very simple system-- the prompts are in number order in the comment that corresponds with the page it is on.

Now, that is only an archive of prompts. So here's where you, fillers, come into play! Once you've filled something (this will be easier for you if you remember what page the prompt is on when you fill it, but otherwise you will just have to look through the comments) reply to the comment that corresponds with your prompt.

Let's say I filled prompt number 2 in the above comment. (I didn't, but let's just say I did.)
I would reply to that comment like so:

(I'm not linking to it because I didn't fill that prompt. But you get the idea, right?)

It's very important that you put a link to your  fill, and not to the prompt itself.


THE PURPOSE OF DOING THIS: It will make a clear, organized list that people can scroll through and a) immediately know whether a prompt is filled or not, b) get a link to it if it is filled and c) find the prompt if it hasn't been filled to go fill it! 

I know it might seem complicated, but I promise it is very simple.

It is AMAZINGLY, VITALLY IMPORTANT that you put the number of the prompt in the title of your comment! Please, do not forget to do that! Also remember to link to your fill, and not the prompt. This will make things a lot easier for archivists.

The way you can see what's been filled is by the numbers in the title of each reply. Using logic: If you don't see a number in a reply, then it hasn't been filled yet! (:

+ Regarding WiPs: You are free to post them here unfinished by your own discretion. Whether you decide to do that, or one of your WiPs is caught in an archiving sweep, please do not start a new comment for updates to your fill! Instead, reply to your original WiP comment with either an "Updated" or a "Finished" or what-have-you.

+ IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SPECIFIC... a good way to do this is to simply go to "Find" on your browser (Ctrl + F) and search for buzzwords. (i.e. "tentacles" or "wings" or "cat.") Generally our paraphrased prompts will include buzzwords from the original prompt. (:

If you have any questions regarding the Filled Prompts Post, please don't hesitate to ask on the Page-A-Mod post.

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(Anonymous) 2016-02-22 03:49 pm (UTC)(link)
Original prompt:

Young John has an abusive father who when his gambling debts become dangerously high, sells John into the sex trade. A few years down the line, Lestrade has been roped into his first undercover op and is screwing it up because he looks suspicious because he won't sleep with any of the prostitutes. John tells Lestrade what's up and offers to help with his cover if Lestrade makes sure that John gets out of there once the op's over. They have angsty fucks because Lestrade feels guilty and like he's taking advantage of young John and John feels rejected that the one nice guy he's met and idolises a little as his savior is only fucking him to keep his cover. Once the op's over and John rescued (and of course he got injured while trying to keep Lestrade safe) they both sadly go their separate ways. But that means that later down the track when they meet again via Sherlock, they meet each other on more equal footing and have a healthy relationship with much fluff.