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Jamie's been obsessed with folk tales, cyrptozoology and myths since he was four. Meeting the guardians and the boogy man all in one night didn't make normal any more appealing. He's always been smart though, and there's got to be a career out there where frank discussions of magic and belief don't count against you, and he's going to college to find it.
Jack's smart enough to know something's wrong, and he's hoping Jamie's smart enough to help him figure it out.
When the first child tottered into the dark and never came back, the other children were told not to do that. when the second child did it, the parents got more creative.
Like it or not, Pitch had a job to do.
28 Mar 2013
Nick investigates the weird. Beacon Hills is pretty damn weird, but out of his jurisdiction. Good thing he's got all this medical leave. So with werewolf buddy Monroe reluctantly in tow, he's off to solve a mystery with a Broken arm.
Meanwhile, there's an Impala with a pair of confused Wnchesters wondering why the hell everyone is so excited about Lacrosse, where the hell they are, and why the local hunters don't seem to think there's much of a werewolf problem.
And if that wasn't enough headache for Stiles, Scott and Derek, there's still the little matter of the alpha pack to get ready for.
Alternative titles were:
Carry on my Wolf,
Got the Gas Pedal Leaned Back, Taking My Time,
and Highway to the DangerZone.
Stiles was never a boy scout but that didn't mean he didn't understand the concept of being prepared.
Antonia Rogers Stark grew up absolutely certain that her father lost the love of his life during the war, that her mother was a consolation prize, and that if she wanted something it was her job to get it.
The smut that didn't fit thematically into 'Torchwood Effect'.
- Part 3 of In which the universe is first broken and sick, and then repaired and made well by a doctor