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Jacob saving Lilliput from a tornado or hurricane


Oh gosh. He would be so concerned for all of them! He might not be able to do much to stop the bad weather from hitting them, but he could help build up their defenses and shelter. He might even be able to act as a windbreak for a little while, though probably just enough to give them time to get to actual safety.

He would absolutely be on the cleanup crew, as well. If infrastructure had problems, Jacob could literally just carry people to safety, or get them to hospitals and stuff like that. Cleaning up debris would be a snap for him.

Chase In Lilliput – Barn Razing (2/2)

Part 2 and the aftermath of Jacob tearing down someone’s poor barn. He got out of that in better shape than any of the little Lilliputians would, but he still got a few burns here and there. Lucky he has some little helpers.

( Part One ) ( Chase In Lilliput Tag )


“I can’t believe you ripped down the Millers’ barn!” Chase couldn’t even pretend to scold Jacob in the midst of checking over his giant hands for burns. The giant was seated in the patch of land Chase had offered him, both hands held out for Chase and Minnie to see. “Just walked right up to it and…” Chase mimicked ripping the wall of the barn away, exaggerating every movement.

The small scene of destruction was the talk of the town. Chase would have liked to hear more of the gossip, but there were more important things to take care of.

Jacob sighed overhead, ever patient. “Well, I didn’t exactly have time to just reach in the doors and grab everything out one by one,” he pointed out. “I had to.”

“Oh, no, I’m not saying that,” Chase said, while beckoning his sister over. She brought the bucket of ice water and a rag to clean out the dirt and soot before they could give Jacob any burn ointment.

“Just that, you know. You got to use your powers for good and it was awesome. That’s all.” Chase grinned up at the unconvinced giant and was pleased to earn an eyeroll in return.

Minnie scoffed in lieu of Jacob doing so. “Jacob doesn’t have superpowers, Chase. He’s just giant.”

“Hey, he’s strong enough to toss you into the bay from here!” Chase protested.

“Hey, now,” Jacob chimed in. He rolled his shoulders, but tried not to move his hands too much. He was a big guy; leaning over like he was had to put a crick in his back. “That’s not the kind of image I want. I’m just the friendly neighborhood firefighter.”

“Don’t worry, no one’s actually saying anything like that,” Minnie said dismissively, cutting off Chase’s own reassurance. “Chase is just being a horrible brother by being mean to his baby sister.”

Chase put his hand over his heart. “I would never actually advocate anyone throwing my sister into the bay,” he protested. He hopped gracelessly up onto Jacob’s palm so he could slap some ointment over a huge burn and continued, “I was just saying being a giant kind of is a superpower.”

Jacob curled one fingertip up so he could nudge at Chase’s side. “Not always a useful one, though,” he mused. “What I really need is your ability to talk myself out of anything. Mr. Miller might never let me in his fields again after that.”

Chase flailed an arm as he tried and failed not to fall over on Jacob’s hand. Then, he scrambled back to the ground before he could tumble even more. “Nah,” he waved off the concern. “Once he’s over the shock, he’ll see you really were trying to help.”

“You even saved a bunch of his stuff,” Minnie chimed in, moving on to the next burn. To Jacob, the injuries were tiny, but to both of them they were huge. They were going to fix up what they could. “That counts for something.”

Chase grinned and found another spot to add more burn cream. “Your public image is gonna be great, I promise. I know how to spin this one, and soon everyone will want to have a guardian giant wandering their fields.”

Jacob groaned, to Chase’s smug satisfaction couldn’t come up with a counterargument.

Chase In Lilliput – Barn Razing (1/2)

I got this one half done and then forgot about it for a bit! Things have been busy, but there should always be time for Chase and his giant buddy. Jacob also deserves a chance to be a hero!

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The flames had nearly reached the barn. They left a black patch of grass behind them, the clear path from the scorched earth where the lightning first struck. Jacob winced as he heard the animals in the building baying and squealing in fear. Fire already licked at some of the walls, scaring the horses in their pens.

It was already working its way to the other side of the barn. It burned fast and hot, more than Jacob could stomp out.

At least he had other options.

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Will you be continuing chase in lilliput? I love gulliver’s travels themed stories and yours is by far the best 😁


Absolutely! The only reason some of those projects got a little slow this year is because I was doing a prompt challenge that took up a lot of time (and I also published my first novel).

However! This ask reminded me that I have a half-finished installment for that little series, and I hope to get that finished up soon so the wait can end! Thanks for the reminder and I’m so so glad you like my story so much! ;w;

Chase In Lilliput – Birthday Party

Happy Birthday, Jacob Andris!

August 27th is the specific day, but since I didn’t want to deal with whether or not the Lilliputian calendar is the same, I handwaved it a bit here. My boy is getting older; I’m really proud of how far the character has come since I first created him. He’s seen some crazy adventures in his original story as well as the many AUs I’ve tossed him into. I decided to use this cute AU to give him a nice birthday, since a lot of the other stories can get kinda sad for him at times. This one is all cutes.

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Jacob relaxed against a hillside outside a miniature city. No matter how long it had been since he’d washed up on the shores of Lilliput, no matter how many times people insisted he was the giant there, he couldn’t help but think of it that way. To him, Lilliput and its denizens were tiny, all barely the size of a finger compared to him. He couldn’t even fit a hand in the doors of their homes (not that he’d tried that more than once).

He’d already been scolded once or twice by the people in charge. He wasn’t supposed to wander into the city itself without a chaperone, and even then only in less crowded areas. Since they were active all the time, those times were very rare.

In the back of his mind, Jacob was aware that he could go into town whenever he wanted. He could use their many roads as a footpath to any destination within the city. They couldn’t stop him from doing so.

He didn’t want to make them see him that way.

He’d been accepted in Lilliput. Considering how easily they could have sent him away, or worse, attacked him, he wanted to stay on their good side. As much as he could, anyway.

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Chase In Lilliput – Moving In

We’re back at last! I’ve missed these guys a lot, and it was a lot of fun to start thinking of them again. Many thanks to those who sent in asks in my last storm of asks! I got a bunch of fun new ideas from them that I look forward to writing out. For now, a bit about where Jacob’s going to make his home in Lilliput!

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Jacob eyed the plot of land that Chase had brought him to see (which really meant that Chase had pointed the way while Jacob carried him, but he wasn’t about to argue the point). It was still all a part of the family’s land, he’d said, that they rarely used for pasture. The grass that grew on it was interspersed with rocks and patches of arid dirt. The fence stopped before it, with one rusty gate that’d fall apart if Jacob nudged it.

“You’re sure I can use this?” he asked. The property fences around it didn’t look too well-maintained. They clearly didn’t use it much, but an acre was a lot. To them, anyway.

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Kids love G!Jacob, though he internally freaks out if they’re close by.


It’s mostly a mantra of Don’t move don’t squish anyone how many are there and where are they at all times. Along with giving them little rides on his hands or letting them stand on his shoulders because how could he say no?

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I bet Jacob is extra careful with the little kids that run up to meet him (despite parents telling their kids to cut it out), and acts as a living playground like in Bothering Bowman. Love the Lilliput story by the way!


Jacob is so good with tiny kids. They just recognize that he’s a teddy, and they’re enamored with him. Even the skittish ones probably couldn’t resist saying hi for too long, and once they realize what a total marshmallow he is? It’s all over.

He is definitely as careful as he can be around them. He would prefer to have someone like Chase around to help him keep track of them all, though … his pockets and hood might be fun to explore, but he can’t risk someone getting stuck there.

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enby-phoenix: Jacob’s hair is a little bit longish already, but if he stays in Lilliput for a while, it’s gonna get even longer. Would he try to cut it shorter with the Lilliputians’ help, or just get used to having long hair, and maybe get some rope to tie it back with?


I think he’d be more likely to cut it if it started getting too long. They might have to help him make sure it’s somewhat even, since he’s not much of a self-barber. If he did have to let it grow a bit, he’d get used to having rope to tie it back in a tail, but I tell ya it’s really hard for me to picture him like that lol.

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therealbrigeedarocks: Ok but now G!Jacob with his cow herd and like I dunno keeping his hand on an arc on the ground so the cows use his fingers to rub against like they do with those Happy Cow (c) rollers or like bears to trees


Yes. Absolutely! The cows would love it and it’d probably make Jacob feel better about being so giant. He doesn’t want to scare anyone (or anycow). Just imagine if he can get one to walk onto his hand. O: