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    Building a pack, one messed-up set of dynamics at a time. Post S2, slow-build Sterek, Stiles-centric, multiple POV fics. Jossed by early s3 Jeff Davis reveals and extending into a future fic. Bamf!Sheriff, magic!Stiles, ambiguous!Peter, and all the drama Beacon Hills can provide.

    Warnings for shifting and poly relationships, meta and all the literary and film nerdery that being around Stiles would involve. Also, general warnings for any and all characters undergoing: gore/medical trauma, PTSD, grief, angst, angst, angst (did I mention angst), pining, identity issues, sexuality crises, violence of magical and non-magical sources, homework from Harris, high school (the HORROR) and general WTF IS MY LIFE kinds of reflections.

    Sunnydale Beacon Hills is like that.

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    Once upon a time, Stiles locked himself away. But now the door's open again, and he's not going to let anything stop him from protecting the people he loves. Even if it means losing them.

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    15 Feb 2014

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    Dark Stiles who's really always been himself.

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    In which Derek and Stiles are essentially a married couple. Except they're not actually dating.

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    16 Jan 2014

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    Derek, Stiles, kittens.

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    “Kind of an ugly thing, isn’t it?” Stiles asks.

    Derek turns a glare on him. “Why are you even here?”

    Stiles grins. “Because you plus a kitten is hilarious, Danny Zuko,” he says, reaching over and scratching the kitten’s neck.

    The thing takes a swipe at him and takes a chunk of his arm with it. Stiles jolts backwards, trips over his own feet, and ends up on his ass on the floor.

    Derek looks back at Deaton. “How would I go about keeping her?”

    Or: The one where Derek gets a kitten because of reasons.

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    16 Jan 2014

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    Derek, Stiles, & Brumhilda the cat.

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    In which events in Beacon Hills go rather differently from the start, and a Beauty and the Beast (ish) story ensues. (Scott is not a teacup and no one sings about their feelings.)

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    22 Dec 2013

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    Best wolf derek.

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    The problem with ignoring a problem until it eventually goes away is that it’s never going away. It’s going to eat at you until you drop cold on one of the streets of Manhattan, bleeding sluggishly onto the asphalt and making the headline with a gaping wound in your chest.

    (Stiles pines, it’s probably not good for him. Derek pines, it’s definitely bad for him. And everyone pines actually, but there are enough happy endings to go around for all of them.)

    (Or, they’re New York City cops, they solve cases and they over-identify with the victims, all in a good day’s work.)

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    12 Dec 2013

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    Perfect fic is perfect

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