7 Nov 2013
Bond is on a spaceship going to an alien world, he knows that because of the time required for space travel, he will die on the spaceship MI6. Q is an alien who has been following the tracks of his soulmate across space. They can sense those things.
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26 May 2017
Finally, the net broke. Derek sighed with relief, rising to his feet and grunting at how stiff he felt. The boy continued to sit there a moment longer, staring still. Derek was about to attempt interrogating this boy again when he saw something that about made him check in to a mental hospital.
Instead of legs…there was a glistening, blinding, orange tail.
A fucking tail!
Derek is a reluctant fisherman in order to pay off his parents' debt and he caught one hell of a, well, catch
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Stiles has no more fucks to give. Scott can go to hell. In fact, Scott is never going to discover werewolves in the first place. And he's certainly never becoming alpha.
In which Stiles decides they should never have stopped Peter in the first place but time travel is a tricky thing and it rarely ever goes to plan.
Fandoms: James Bond (Craig movies), James Bond (Movies)
31 Oct 2013
How the fuck had this happened?
Bond wasn’t exactly used to being the one chased. Not that the act of being chased itself was entirely unheard of, of course. There were often people after him, frequently with guns and knives and other tools of murderous intent, but Bond usually found a way to turn it around and make the bad guys afraid of him.
But this? This was bullshit.
Bond was supposed to be the scary thing in the shadows, lurking and waiting for the perfect opportunity to pounce. Bond was supposed to be the monster that rent and destroyed flesh and bone. He wasn’t supposed to be the prey.
24 Oct 2013
After finding missing and inconsistent files, Q finds himself tracking down the secrets and origin of the mysterious agent 007, which is complicated by the fact that he's falling in love.
—The last thing the King said to me was, ‘Thou art a true knight. Keep faith. Keep to the code’.
Thou shalt not tell a falsehood: that was the first to go.
Keep the faith: that was next.
Over the years, every part of the code has come into conflict with every other part. Shall I keep my faith or shall I keep from telling falsehoods?
In the end, I had to choose only one tenet that would remain sacred. Because the true question that every knight one day has to face is whether he will keep the code or serve his country.
He lived and died and sleeps in stone by the code. He never doubted, never lied.
He never had to.