UBFL Spring Event 2020: Regrowth

Spring Event

As Spring approaches, the days begin to grow longer. The cold ebbs away. Nature blooms back to life.

// REGROWTH

Beth and Daryl enjoy the first real spring day. All the signs of new life has Beth feeling a little emotional…and with good reason.

Anastasis by lindentree

After all, she was just a girl. Just Maggie’s sister. Just Judith’s babysitter. Just one piece of a larger whole, who only mattered because she was connected to the rest, and insignificant in her own right. Just another dead girl. Just gone. [A Bethyl canon divergence AU and companion fic to Surfacing.]

The Long Way Home by Piper1016

Beth sighed and put a smile on her face – being a bitch of a barista didn’t get you any tips, she turned towards the customers. “Hi, how are ya’ today,” she said with fake cheer. Two men stood at the counter in front of her. Merle and Daryl Dixon.

My whole existence is flawed by weapon13whitefang

The world population has died off. Now, years later, the Population Regrowth Agenda – an initiative to help the world population expand once again by forcing men and women between certain ages to be paired up with one another and procreate – has taken over and Beth Greene has just hit the available age limit.

Amelioration by headtripparade

Sometimes, scars are what you need to know the wound has healed and you’re still living. Beth uses that knowledge to inform her next move.

Nobody always gets what they want. There’s always something. The trick is to find a way to be happy with what you already have and you will always have exactly what you need. Isn’t it how it’s supposed to work?

I need some satisfaction by wallflow3r

Daryl is freaking out, silently, and from a distance, but that’s what he’s doing. So Beth decides it’s time for him to come to his senses, and she’s more than happy to help him get there.

“From This Day ‘Til The End of Days” Manip by boltthrutheheart / doeroseq

Regrowth BTTH

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