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Rise of an Empire ( Rome/Ancient Greece/Ancient Egypt, NC-17)

Title: Rise of an Empire

Pairing: Ancient Greece/Ancient Egypt, Rome/ Ancient Greece/Ancient Egypt

Rating: NC-17 for lesbian sex plus threesome

Summary: Rome falls for Greece at first sight. Egypt is jealous and wants in on it, too. Written for Spring Kink.

Word Count: 1,027


(If you take her, you take me too. It's a package deal.)

x-posted tohetalia 



[fic] Rome/Gaul!France - Aeternum part 2

Title: Aeternum [part 2 of ??]
Author: insomniel
Characters/Pairings: Ancient Rome/kid!France, Germania, Mama!Gaul, historical figures
Rating: PG (eventual R)
Warning: pedo!Rome, overly flowery prose
Summary: For a request about Rome's relationship with teen France, soon after the republic's conquest of Gaul. Slightly edited and reworked, as I've mentioned, please enjoy.

Read part one here.

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[fic] Rome/Gaul!France - Aeternum part 1

Title: Aeternum [part 1 of ??]
Author: insomniel
Characters/Pairings: Ancient Rome/kid!France, Germania, Mama!Gaul,historical figures
Rating: PG-13 (eventual R, if you must know)
Warning: pedo!Rome
Summary: For a request about Rome's relationship with teen France, soon after the republic's conquest of Gaul. I decided to rework it a little from when I last posted, and while the writing is... what it is, at least you may learn something new. I dunno, maybe. (Yes, this does go on for another 30 pages, if you were wondering.)

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[fic] better left unsaid

Title: Better Left Unsaid
Author/Artist: chromatic_coma @ animusia
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Ancient Rome, Romano, Veneziano, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Germania
Genre: Angst, Family
Rating: K+ (T for Romano's mouth)
Warning: Rome being an insensitive jerk to a child.
Summary: Romano is not Rome's favorite grandchild. He is not Veneziano. But maybe he's blowing this a bit out of perspective; after all, he doesn't know how Rome actually felt about him (also known as the fic where we find out how Rome felt about Romano)

x-posted @ animusia, hetalia, aphmediterraneo, mistermoustache

“Why didn’t you look for me?”

“I looked everywhere!”

“Then, why didn’t you find me?”

[fic] letting go

Title: Letting Go
Author/Artist: chromatic_coma @ animusia
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Egypt, Ancient Egypt (Aegyptus)
Genre: Family
Rating: PG
Warning(s): Mentions of not-so-nice bodily functions (probably not what you're thinking of)
Summary: Written for Egypt's Hetalia birthday; Rome got to visit his descendants, and now it's Ancient Egypt's turn.

"That is what makes a good nation, my son. Don’t forget that, ever."


Hello everyone! So I have this forum called The Past Is Never Dead. The forum is a history based forum. Meaning that all the role play are of some historical event or another.

Well, anyways, we currently only have Mama Greece, but would love to also have other ancient nations. ALL ANCIENT NATIONS ARE WELCOMED. So do not think that you are limited to the only ones mentioned in Hetalia.

We are a literate, 18+ forum. We have the age limit, because we deal with sensitive issues, so we need people that can handle things maturely. Though, if you are younger than 18 and still want to join, PM me and we'll discuss it.

We do ask that you please fill out this Application BEFORE YOU REGISTER. We need to know that you truly know your nation.

If you are interested in joining, please read our Seven Easy Steps to Getting Started. It explains what this forum is about and how to go about joining the forum.

If you have any questions or comments, please post them here or PM me.

Hopefully you will join us Mama Greece needs more nations to have a giant orgy with!

[fic] One Big Happy [1+2/2]

Why did no one tell me this comm existed sooner?!

Title: One Big Happy
Author/Artist: chromatic_coma
Character(s)/Pairing(s): Rome/Ancient Greece, Rome/Ancient Egypt; Rome, Ancient Greece (Graecia), Ancient Egypt (Aegyptus), Greece (Heracles), Egypt (Gupta).
Rating: T
Genre: Family, family, more family.
Warnings: implied Sex, mentions Pregnancy and Childbirth (none of these three topics are elaborated on in the least), very Lengthy, and bears very little historical accuracy.
Summary: We know the Aegyptus and Graecia are their mothers, but what about Gupta and Heracles' father(s)? Was it Rome, perhaps?

Part 1

Part 2