Just Another Time Travel Story
He does experiments. He can’t go to anything in his own lifetime. He can’t go into the future until eighty years have past, which he assumes is when he dies or couple years before or after. (He doesn’t like going into the future. It gives him a headache and there’s a lot of pollution.) He can’t go back before late ancient Greece. He can travel from country to country. He doesn’t age in the modern world. (He’s spent six months in late eighteenth century America and he grew two inches there, but when he got back he was still twelve, still short, and still in seventh grade English.)
- Part 1 of Just Another Time Travel Story
Stiles had rules. Stiles had principles. Stiles had morals.
Stiles had even more dead friends.
He once made the promise to himself, that he would never use his ability to time travel to alter the past. Then, like, everybody died? And he was like "Eh, how much worse can I make it?"
For once, altering the past was a pretty good move. Except, you know, Stiles-with-PTSD is suddenly in a happy sunshine world.
But really, he only delayed the darkness. Beacon Hills is facing new threats, but as the Hales scramble to deal with these new problems, Stiles is like "Whoa, you guys are freaking out over some basic season 2 level ish. Calm it down, PTSD-Stiles got this."
- Part 3 of Just Another Time Travel Story