7 Aug 2013
Steve doesn't understand why he and Tony just don't get along, and finally fed up begins asking for help amongst his fellow Avengers. The eye-opening results put him on a path to a new self-awareness and better relationship with the whole team, not just Tony.
Meanwhile, Tony is seeking a new opportunity to be a better hero, to open new doors to a better world besides just clean energy. After all, between politics, research, cost, competitor's contracts, and other issues, it will be decades before that shows any real results on a nationwide scale, much less global. Perhaps Alpha/Omega rights, something he can support now, will suit the bill?
He might even come out of hiding himself.
Up for adoption.
Every soul is a strand, and sometimes they merge, sometimes they split. Thus the strands of fate, of life, are woven into the fabric of fate. One night, two souls merged, and another was made. But the next morning, Derek told Stiles it was a mistake, and pushed him away. Five years later, and according to plans Stiles made for the betterment of the pack - a pack he no longer is a part of, a pack Derek pushed him out of that one awful morning, and now the last member of the pack has finished schooling and is coming home. But even as things are finally starting to come together and work perfectly - it isn't. The pack is splitting, forming a second Beacon Hills pack - and Derek doesn't know why, or who the Alpha stealing his Betas away is. He needs his strategist, but Stiles isn't talking to him. Will he ever figure out what's going on, and how to fix it? Will the two souls, or the two packs, ever reunite into one fabric, one fate, once more? Or are they forever torn?