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When Tony and Bucky are struck by a ricocheting magic spell during a battle, there are unexpected consequences. The medical team can't find anything wrong and they both feel fine, shrugging it off as no big deal — until the dreams start. Dreams of them together, happy and in love, that sometimes feel more real than their waking moments. Neither Tony nor Bucky know what to do; they can't risk telling the other, afraid to ruin their growing friendship.
But keeping their emotions at bay — and distinguishing dreams from reality — gets more and more difficult, especially when they both find that what they want the most is for their dreams to become reality.
Except that will never happen, will it?
When Tony meets Sergeant James Barnes, he knows his life will never be the same again. Falling in love is dangerous while in the middle of a war, especially when society refuses to accept love between two men, but they're helplessly drawn to each other. Every second they share is precious beyond words, even more so because Tony knows that Bucky might not return to him one day. Tony isn't sure if he'll survive losing Bucky.
When Bucky falls, Tony feels like he dies with him. What point is there to keep on living when Bucky isn't there? But, despite the loss and grief, Tony does survive. He's not sure why he soldiers on, year after year, considering how pointless it feels. He knows he'll never get to see Bucky again.
Until one day, seventy years into the future, he does.
After spending years under HYDRA's control the last thing Bucky wants is to return to their ranks. He does so only because his situation provides an invaluable opportunity to infiltrate the most impenetrable army in the galaxy — his own discomfort is a small price to pay for the lives he might save in the future.
Three months is all he can take before he decides to throw his cover and find his way back to Steve, HYDRA hot on his heels. With him, Bucky has a memory drive of stolen information and a second personality sharing his body, courtesy of HYDRA’s brainwashing.
All Bucky wants is to deliver the information to Steve and the Alliance and finally return home, but when his ship is damaged he has no choice but to stop for emergency repairs. He's directed to 'The Mechanic,' who can supposedly help, but Bucky isn't exactly comforted when he meets the man in question.
But with HYDRA breathing down his neck Bucky doesn't have a choice — he's going to have to trust this Tony whether he likes it or not.
Raleigh isn't the best with emotions — he knows this from experience and his years of avoiding commitment — so maybe he can be excused for not figuring things out earlier. Finding a home with Chuck and Max was one of the best things to ever happen to Raleigh, but he's not sure where Mako fits into all of it.
Perfectly, it turns out — she fits in perfectly.
Had Raleigh been a bit better with emotions, he might have seen that months ago.
Over eighty years have passed since the Disaster that ended civilization and covered the world in a permanent layer of snow and ice. Humanity survived, if only barely, and have since then managed to recover a little of what it lost, building settlements and rediscovering technology to help them in their struggle. Every settlement relies on technology for their survival and the Engineers are the ones tasked with maintaining and building it, but despite their importance the Engineers are a dying breed.
Jake and his sister live under constant threat of being kidnapped or enslaved for the skills they possess, so he has learned to be wary of strangers — Raiders in particular, who murder and steal without remorse. But that changes when he meets a Raider he can't quite bring himself to hate. Cougar is different, and causes a myriad of conflicting emotions that Jake would rather not feel to being with.
But when it turns out that Cougar might be able to lead Jake to the key to humanity's continued survival he decides to embark on the biggest adventure of his life, trust issues be damned. It soon becomes obvious that it won't be an easy journey, for more than one reason.
EDIT: 2016/06/01 - Added second bonus chapter
When another pack of werewolves descends on Beacon Hills months after the kanima incident Stiles knows that none of them are prepared for it. As people start dying it becomes obvious that something has to be done if they want to survive - they have to unite. And Stiles is determined to see it happen.
He just hopes that it will be in time to save those he cares about.
OR: my take on season 3 - written before it was aired - without the Alpha Pack.
Fandom: Pacific Rim (2013)
28 Feb 2016
Raleigh has been drifting aimlessly from one town to the next for years, living a life surrounded by violence and loneliness. In an attempt to spare himself the pain of losing those he loves, he refuses to get attached and make connections. It's not a pretty life — or a very uplifting one. More than anything, Raleigh wants a home, no matter how much he pretends that he doesn't.
So when he eventually finds a place where he belongs, he doesn't even understand it at first — much less know what to do with it. Luckily enough, Chuck and Mako are there to help him along.