The most ambitious cross-over of the uh.... week. Bioshock x Madoka Magica! I-It sounds silly when you type it out...
There’s magical girl Sally, Cindy, Eleanor and Anna! (would love to do more for the og and the regular burial at sea girls)
Sally uses a syringe and her Soul Gem would be on her neck. She can also use fire magic. Her witch is Mr. Bubbles.
Cindy uses magic with her Big Daddy doll. Her Soul Gem is on the back of her left hand. Her magic is weak but she can summon a real Big Daddy to attack when using the doll (probably a Rosie version). Her witch form is Big Sister, she will attack beside the Big Daddy even as a witch.
Eleanor uses a long needle to attack. Her Soul Gem is on her heart, under her top. She specialises in water magic. Her witch form is Protector Delta.
Anna uses dimensional magic. Her Soul Gem is on a choker beneath her collar. She can use her magic to summon things or send enemies away. Her witch form is the Songbird.
After finishing drawing them all I remembered I missed the robotic little sister so there’s a quick doodle of her at the end! She’d be called Minerva. Her weapon would be lasers from her eyes or fingers and her Soul Gem would be on her back. Her witch form is Subject Sigma.
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another excerpt from the magical girl fic :D rosies getting her magical girl uniform
Characters: Daisy, Rosie
“The most important thing, when fighting evil,” said Daisy, giddily pulling Rosie along through the corridors of the secret base, “Is style!”
“Mavis said it was embracing your inner rabid badger and beating the shit out of those dragon-things,” Rosie claimed.
“And Mavis looks splendidly handsome doing just that. I designed her suit, after all!” Daisy entered a small room lined with various fabrics and accessories. Sequins and buttons, glitter and gold, feathers and frills, it was full of everything Daisy needed to start designing that magical girl uniform. She sat Rosie down in the center of the room, then immediately began to dig through drawers for her measuring tape and trusty pincushion.
“Alright, so tell me, how should we do this? Give me ideas, Rosie,” Daisy said. She turned around and sat down on a spinny chair, crossing her legs. “Colors? Designs? Anything cute you saw on the web?”
“I...um…” Rosie thought long and hard on this subject. She put her hand to her chin as she thought, and it was a few minutes before she came up with an answer. “Something...practical?”
Daisy laughed and reached out to squish Rosie’s cheeks playfully. “Of course it’s going to be practical, mon amie! Get creative!”
Rosie laughed with her, though muted due to the cheek squishing. Once Daisy let her go, she spoke. “Um, can I see your uniform? For reference.”
Daisy grinned and stood up, gently kicking the spinny chair away into the wall. She spun around, jumped up, and when she landed with a flash of light, her regular work uniform had been replaced with a fanciful dress. It had a wide, light green skirt that reached to her knees, and it was decorated with a few white bows and frills. “So, what do you think?”
Rosie’s eyes widened as she examined the dress. She stood up and walked around Daisy, mouth slightly agape as she took in the beauty of it. “I think I’d like a lot of bows. Like, bowtie bows,” she decided.
“Cute!” Daisy grabbed her notepad and pen and began to scribble down Rosie’s requests. “Hm, what if they were buttons?”
“That’d be so cool!” Rosie was on a roll now, spitting out ideas the second they popped into her head. “Red and white ones, maybe, like peppermints?”
Daisy’s smile never faltered as she wrote it all down. “Mon amie, this is going to be the sweetest dress you’ve ever seen. What color?”
“Pink! No, red! No, um, pink?”
Daisy stepped over to the wall of fabrics and took off a few shades of pinks and reds. There was a pink like spring flowers, and a pink like cotton candy, and a pink like the way Rosie’s engine used to be painted. There was a red like maple leaves, and a red like bright roses, and a red like the way Rosie’s engine was painted now. “Take your pick from these, okay? Pink’s kinda vague when you have so many shades of it.”
Rosie picked the red, the one that was much like her engine’s current color.
“Alright, let me get your measurements, and I’ll have this done for you in...perhaps a day, or two, maybe three at the most,” said Daisy.
And so Rosie let Daisy measure her. It was a little difficult; Rosie was shaking with excitement. She looked forward to seeing how cute it was, and she could tell Daisy was excited too, with how she clapped her hands together as she bid Rosie farewell.