7 Works by hangsondoong
29 Jul 2013
After the events of the final battle, and the expected drunken "canceling the apocalypse" party, Herman and Newt begin to acknowledge the bond that has grown between them.
Hermann’s world narrowed to the brilliant, stupid genius man beside him, one arm around his shoulders, the other a victorious fist in the air, and Hermann smiled. He could feel Newton’s embrace, and he could feel it spark little residual scraps of the drift in his head.
The Lord of the Rings - All Media Types, The Lord of the Rings - J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit - All Media Types, The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien
2 Jun 2013
In Rivendell, Bilbo tells Frodo the parts of his story which no one else will hear. These parts mostly revolve around a certain King of the Dwarves, and how Bilbo thoroughly broke Hobbit customs, but was very happy in doing so.
"Bilbo interrupted quickly, 'Now don't think I never noticed you watching Master Samwise when you two were younger. I never spoke with you about matters of the heart, Frodo, and for that I am sorry; I was unwise, or perhaps lacking in bravery. For I, out of the many hobbits in the Shire, could have counseled you on your... feelings.'"
- Part 1 of Will the Circle Be Unbroken?
6 Jun 2012
After the events of The Reichenbach Fall, Mycroft’s assistant occasionally known as Anthea and frequently known by many other names is put in charge of finding the third sniper, Sebastian Moran. Now, she must cope with both a boss grieving his fallen brother and with her budding feelings for the man it is her duty to betray.
She rounded the corner and met Moran's eyes, having known instinctively that they'd be raised to meet her own. But when neither party made any attempt to instigate the violence their words would have implied, identical grins began to rise on both faces.
Mycroft would be displeased.
Sherlock Holmes & Related Fandoms, Sherlock (TV), Torchwood, Doctor Who & Related Fandoms, Doctor Who (2005)
24 Apr 2012
Captain Jack Harkness has had many adventures, but being the father of John Hamish Watson isn't one that most people would expect. Knowing this, John is naturally rather hesitant to let his dad meet Sherlock, given Jack's tendency to implicate... things.
7 Apr 2012
Mycroft Holmes (through some odd quirk of time and/or space) contemplates the differences between his brother of the Victorian Era, Holmes, and Sherlock, the modern day counterpart, dwelling notably on the existence of one Dr. John H. Watson.
There have been only a few times Sherlock Holmes couldn't believe his own senses; seeing John step out of the shadows at the infamous pool was certainly one of those instances.
Not John, anyone but John.
As he stepped out into the chlorinated air, Sherlock's anticipation suddenly turned to dread. This was not who he was expecting; not at all what he was prepared to face.
31 Mar 2012
Thick, gooey light from the sodium lamps
Like from some off-set Victorian novel
Bled out over the cobblestones.
Dartmoor, he’d acknowledged, was worthy of some poetry.
Sherlock contemplates the Hounds case as he and John return to the inn.
He had never intended his actions in Baskerville to hurt John; he hated that they had, but more than anything else, he wished to make up for his grievous mistake. After all, John was his doctor, his Watson, his friend... Spoilers for Hound, Ep. 2.2