Changing Things Up
When a person comes into the world, they have an invisible marker on the back of both of their hands, called Bond-Marks, that will guide them to their Bond-Mate; some people preferred to call them Soulmates. No on else can see the Bond-Marks, only the owner of the Marks, but when two people who were Bond-Mates touched, it was obvious.
There were six different types of Bonds, but one type of Bond is thought to be an Urban Legend:
The Infinite-Bond. Where a single individual was capable of Bonding with anyone, including the already Bonded.
There were only a few documented accounts over the centuries and most people considered it a fairy tale for children.
When Rip Hunter tells them they're going to be Legends, Leonard Snart knew he already was one.
- Part 1 of Changing Things Up
An Alternate Take on a Chapter for an Alternate Universe. (It's less complicated than it sounds.)
""TheValdezTARDIS on Chapter 4 - Aww! I wanted you to pull an AU and have Snart kidnapped by Russians for his super bond...""
Episodes: "White Knights" (Ep 4) & "Fail-Safe" (Ep 5)
- Part 2 of Changing Things Up
Fandoms: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (TV)
26 Jul 2016
More Alternate Takes on an Alternate Universe. (It's still less complicated than it sounds.)
Picking Up on Episode 5 and moving on from there for: TheValdezTARDIS.
In a nutshell-
Follows the events of the DC Legends Episodes, with one alteration: Snart has an Infinite-Bond that can connect with anyone.
*The difference from the core/first version of this Soulmate AU? They can feel it. (But they can also reject it.)
- Part 3 of Changing Things Up