McFassy Fictional Character Crossovers
An open collection for transformative works featuring Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy fictional character (not RPF) crossovers, such as:
Carl Jung/Valentin Bulgakov
Edward Rochester/Tom Lefroy
If a work is tagged "X-Men: First Class (2011) RPF" it is not eligible, *unless* the work does not actually qualify as an RPF story. The "X-Men: First Class (2011) RPF" tag is currently in use as an AO3 tag workaround, since there is no way to request "give me every fandom in which Michael Fassbender or James McAvoy played a fictional role."
Michael had it all, fame, fortune and the undying love of his fans. but it was always empty, he went on a vacation to find himself and space from the crowded world, only to find his bitter-sweet love story with a married man. ( or so he thought). . .
please excuse my English, it is not my first language.
but please enjoy :)
Fandoms: X-Men: First Class (2011) - Fandom, X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) - Fandom, The Shrine (2010)
3 Mar 2015
Two travelers, lost in a faraway land of central Europe, came across a village. They asked to stay for the night and ended up getting more than they bargained for.
Related to Fair Trade (Part 1) and Eden (Part 5)
- Part 10 of Eden
Fandoms: Wanted (2008), Murphy's Law (UK TV)
29 Nov 2014
“For a moment I thought I would come back to an empty room,” Wesley said, propping himself up on his elbow to look into Caz’s cerulean eyes.
“Why?” Caz’s surprise was genuine.
“There’s no fucking reason you can’t go if you fucking want to.”
The words were almost spitted out in bitterness. Caz’s eyebrows arched up, but he soon resumed his casual half-smile, half-smirk.
“And there’s only one reason I’ll go nowhere.”
“What is it?”
“I love you,” replied Caz with blatantly straight face that left every space to doubt his sincerity.
- Part 7 of Eden
Fandoms: X-Men: First Class (2011) - Fandom, Frank Herbert's Children of Dune (2003), 300 (2006), Prometheus (2012), Hex (TV), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) - Fandom
15 Nov 2014
• All the Cherik Love Around
About the universe: Basically, it’s an idea for a multi-chapter Cherik AU crossover which is unlikely to be translated into proper fanfiction since the author has neither the time nor the effort to do so. So anyone who’s interested in the idea and wants to write a fanfic based on this universe and characters, please feel free to take it. All you need to do is giving me a word and a little credit once the fic comes out. I’d appreciate it from the bottom of my heart.
• The Wishing Tree
About the story: a little story taking place in the ‘All the Cherik Love Around’ universe, it revolves around The Wishing Tree at Shaw’s Highs, which centers on the three main couples: Erik x Charles; Stelios x Leto; David 8 x David 9.
Fandoms: Hex (TV), Blood Creek (2009), Inglourious Basterds (2009), X-Men: First Class (2011) - Fandom, Multi-Fandom, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004)
1 Nov 2014
“Indeed I had a choice,” Lucifer admitted with a laugh, dry and void of his usual cheerfulness, “to leave my love for you or to leave Eden. Now I’m here.”
Though he had a vague idea that Lucifer was fascinated with him in some way, Azazeal was still taken aback by the other fallen angel’s straightforwardness. His eyes widened when he stared at Lucifer, whose gaze was filled with scathing lust.
“Now now, don’t make such a face, Azazeal,” Lucifer said and leaned in until his face almost touched Azazeal’s, distanced only by a hair strand. “My reason to have been cast out from Heaven is a running gag down here. Anyone with half an eye can tell I’m hopelessly smitten with you.”
- Part 5 of Eden
7 Nov 2011
Summary: McFassy crossover. Valentin Bulgakov (James McAvoy), Tolstoy's personal secretary, suffers from hysterical sneezing fits. Tolstoy sends Valentin to Zurich to be cured by the famed psychoanalyst Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender). Jung is soon passionately involved in the case of his new patient.
Psychoanalysis is in essence a cure through love. —Freud, in a letter to Jung.
Bookmarked by GoldenGardenias
24 Jul 2012
one of the most stunningly written stories I have ever read