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    A series of 100 stories of various ratings, pairings, genres etc. that explore the character of Stiles Stilinski via specific, one-word prompts. Some pieces belong to another series as well, but can be read as standalone.

    The list appears here in chronological order to the best of my ability, meaning that stories that relate to events earlier in Stiles' life (pre-canon) are placed earlier in the series. Since these are not all canon-based stories this is fairly loose.

    To see the full chart of prompts go here.

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    Oubliette: | o͞oblēˈet | noun
    a secret dungeon with access only through a trapdoor in its ceiling.
    ORIGIN late 18th cent.: from the French word, 'oublier' meaning ‘forget.’

    A series of standalone one-shots that occur in the two months between the end of season 3B and the start of season 4, dealing with different aspects of grieving, healing, and coping that was possibly occurring during this time.

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    Merlin Emrys, on his seventeenth reincarnation, finds himself employed at MI6 as Quartermaster struggling to keep his magic secret from his new boss whilst doing all he can to protect an obnoxious, infuriating, impossible blond and everything is so very much like the first time around except for all the ways it is massively different.

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    In 1994, Dean Winchester and three of his friends find themselves serving a six month sentence in Faribault Home for Boys after being caught stealing a car. The judge intended the sentence to be a wake-up call, to inspire them to a life as productive citizens, but what happens to them there is something they've been paying the price for ever since. The day after his sixteenth birthday, Dean leaves his brother and his father, claiming he's old enough to hunt on his own, the compulsion to go stronger than any sense of duty he has for his family.

    If there's one thing that's true, however, it's that Sam&Dean are inseparable, and just because Dean is hunting on his own doesn't stop Sam from keeping in touch and visiting, even when he goes to Stanford and decides to becomes a lawyer. Even after an epic row that has them not speaking for four years, there's some things that are just inevitable. One of those is Sam&Dean, the other is that all secrets are bound to come out eventually.

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    The trials and tribulations of Police Officer Steve Rogers and his experiences with the locals in his precinct, as well as his involvement with the stupidly handsome roughneck from the 'hood, Bucky Barnes.

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    The whole ship is like that: alive with light, as if light were the blood in its veins. It still bothers him when he's not tired enough to sleep, but he's starting to get used to it. Starting to appreciate that the thing he lives inside is almost as much of an organism as he is. Strange, but also strangely reassuring.

    Sometimes when he lies in the dark here, cocooned in his bunk, he wonders what it's like in the tube. If it's quiet. He hopes it's restful. Peaceful. Soft, like the sleep of late morning, with sun coming in from around the drapes. Steve wonders if the translucent panel that covers and shields and contains him also lets in light. If behind his closed eyelids, he can still see something, the way that Steve can when he shuts his own eyes here, now. If he is seeing a kind of permanent sunrise; a long dream of a slow dawn.

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    Steve, it's not your fault, Sam had tried to say, before Steve cut him off, and Steve doesn't think that's untrue so much as it's irrelevant; fault's got nothing to do with it. It's just—wrong. It's wrong. Steve couldn't wrap his head around it the first time, how wrong it was. Steve should have gone first. Was supposed to. Bucky could have carried on without Steve, he knows, but Steve without Bucky is a zero sum. There should never be a world that Steve is in and Bucky isn't.

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    “Nah,” Bucky says. “Ain't letting you out of my sight, Rogers. They'll have to bury us in one hole, so I can keep an eye on you 'till Moshiach comes. God knows what you'll get up to, otherwise.”

    No, this is not a death fic (I am physically incapable of surviving those). What it is, though, is a deftly crafted reflection on grief and loss, cathartic in its relentless sojourn through heartache and mourning and despair that sees you through to the beautiful conclusion and then sets you free, purged and uplifted.

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    "We’re alive in defiance of the law, now,” Natasha said bitterly.

    “Well,” Steve said, and pushed his plate away. “We’ll just have to break in and get them.”

    “Right, let’s take it from the top,” Natasha said wearily. “The Raft is a fully submersible supermax prison—“

    “We can do it,” Steve said.

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    Here is the truth about Captain America and the Howling Commandos that every World War II historian must come to accept at one point or another: we will never know everything. We won’t even come close.

    So much was lost with the untimely death of Captain America. While the man beneath the uniform sunk to the bottom of the North Atlantic, the myth lived on, only to grow bigger and more unwieldy as the years went by. Now, it is near impossible to tell fact from fiction, to separate out truth from propaganda.


    In 1943, the Howling Commandos wrote goodbye letters to be given to their loved ones in the event of their deaths.

    In 2014, Sharon Carter finds those letters in a tin can in an abandoned HYDRA base.

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    ~In which there are letters, a trial and lots of varying public reactions. It was nice to have the Howling Commandos feature in this story. What makes this worth the read, for me, is the various outsider reactions depicted, from the academic to the 'gossip blogs'.

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