Characters from one fandom meeting characters from another fandom
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26 May 2018
This is the story of Elise and Marie, two normal college students who suddenly find themselves in some abnormal situations. First it's just Jareth the Goblin King who seems bent on making their lives more difficult. However soon the girls find themselves meeting other supposedly fictional characters such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the Doctor, Harry Potter, and several of the Avengers. Just as they're about to give up on an explanation for why these fictional characters keep popping up in their non-fictional lives, they find out a clue that may help them discover more about who they are and why strange things keep happening. Along the way their lives keep moving forward, and they keep meeting new famous (and sometimes infamous) people.
Repeat appearances from Jareth the Goblin King & Sarah Williams, the Doctor (in various regenerations) & River Song, Captain Jack Harkness, the more interesting vampires from Twilight (NOT Edward & Bella), Jessica Hamby, and several of the Avengers team members.
*Side note: this story has been a work-in-progress since 2009. The writing style changes are evidence of that. Please forgive our younger writer selves for any mistakes.