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    That one series where Stiles rages and everyone else can suck his dick.

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    Stiles isn't sure what he was thinking when he accepted both Peter and Deucalion's offer to take part in a courting ritual.

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    A series of disconnected shorts/prompt fills.

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  1. Rec 81

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    Steve wishes time travel worked, because he has a list, one specific to him and Tony Stark, and it's only getting longer.

    The list changes, because sometimes he's convinced the rest of it would be entirely unnecessary if only he could go back and talk to Howard. Or maybe sock him in the jaw.

    Steve, on the outside looking in.

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    11 Jan 2017

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    Unsatisfied with his post-war life, Harry decides to get to the root of all of his problems when that root was still working at Borgin and Burkes shop in the late 40s. He’s the Master of Death, damn it, he can do what he wants for once in his life.

    Tom Riddle isn’t particularly happy about working at a small, dingy shop for magical artifacts, no matter how interesting those artifacts are. He’s even less happy when an insufferable stranger sets up the most obnoxious flower shop right across the street.

    What follows would be a romantic comedy, if it weren’t for politics.

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    13 Dec 2016

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    Absolutely lovely.

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    What if Eric Forman and Steven Hyde fell in love?

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    14 Oct 2016

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    I cried. I laughed. I cried some more.

    I usually hate first person POV, but god damn this is a great story.

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    Here unfolds a tale of war, desire, and warring desires.

     

    After the invasion of New York, Tony figures out Loki’s game, and he lays out an ultimatum that he realizes the trickster can’t escape from, maneuvering Loki into agreeing to be an ally, rather than a foe, if only when the time comes.

    A god’s sworn word is a promise that the god cannot break, but once Thanos’ head is parted from his shoulders, all bets will be off: no protections, no alliance, Loki free to do whatever he pleases, so long as he can still evade recapture at Asgard’s hands. So it’s simple, Tony tells himself: trust the war, not the god.

    It should have been simple. It was doomed to be anything but, because infatuation has no place in a war-zone, but Tony is prone to impropriety at all sorts of slightly impractical times, or he wouldn’t have wound up with the god of lies in his bed so frequently in the first place. Practicality and safe-distance plans are all going wrong, and Tony likes it too much to stop.

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    30 Apr 2016

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    Tony Stark realizes rather quickly that the invasion of New York was not all that it seemed. He also quickly strikes up a deal with the trickster god that Loki cannot renege on. Their alliance is one of games, wit, and attraction. But when everything is said and done, when Thanos’ head is no longer balanced upon his Titanical shoulders, where will that leave both masters of lies when there is nothing to keep their truce, and their trust in the bonds of that truce, intact?

    Absolutely the most phenomenal piece of literature I have read in a very long time. The political games, the bonds of trust, the love that burns brighter than anything that could possible be set alight in the real world, and all that lives in the in-betweens of this vast story is both breathtaking and heartwrenching. The author deftly weaves conflict within a tale of romance, and builds a universe that is so genuine that it could be its own reality.

    I cried, I laughed, I felt uncomfortably aroused. It is everything you could ever hope for in a story.

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    Everyone else was avoiding the strange man but Harry felt himself drawn to him. His loud, archaic speech and enthusiastic drinking seemed to be off-putting to most people but to the Gryffindor it felt comfortingly familiar how different the man was. One-shot

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    15 Apr 2016

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