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  1. Public Bookmark 2

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    The Great Game, from Jim Moriarty’s perspective. Much of this is Jim stalking Sherlock’s and John’s blogs. Because seriously how fast does he get his hostages to call Sherlock after Sherlock posts his solutions online?

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    4 Jun 2014

  2. Public Bookmark 2

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    Sherlock has just jumped from the roof of St. Bart's and watched his best friend - his ONLY friend, as he would claim - give a very nearly teary speech at his grave. Now he's off to find the remnants of Moriarty's web and bring them burning to the ground. Sounds like fun, right?
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    Sherlock has just acquired two roosters - for reasons not unknown to Watson, he prefers to call them cocks (hint: it's to be annoying) - and rid himself of Lestrade. Life is good for Sherlock, until Moriarty escapes from prison once again. Now he's been sent on a chase to find the missing criminal mastermind. Sounds like fun, right?
    Just imagine what would happen if both Sherlocks just happened to encounter each other on their respective crusades? What would happen if Moriarty's past is not all that it seems? This is the story of how that happens.
    Sounds like fun, right?

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    1 Jun 2014

  3. Public Bookmark 6

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    John must have made some answer. Certainly, his lips were moving and Sherlock was vaguely aware of sounds reaching his ears. His brain, however, thoroughly refused to cooperate, to focus on anything other than the sight laid out before him. John, his coat collar turned up against the rain, taking a long pull on the cigarette that had so recently been in Sherlock's mouth. The way his lips curled tightly around the cigarette, his cheeks hollowed ever so slightly, his eyes half-closed in an expression reminiscent of, well, other pleasures. 

    This was potentially problematic.

    (A gapfiller both for His Last Vow and the pool scene in The Great Game/A Scandal in Belgravia.)

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    5 Mar 2014

  4. Public Bookmark 10

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    4 Mar 2014

  5. Public Bookmark 6

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    John doesn't like Sherlock using the Homeless Network. Sherlock wants to know why.

    Mostly John's POV.

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    2 Mar 2014

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