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Much of the summary is in the tags but a more concise summary: Dean decides to splurge a little, selling one of the dusty cars in the bunker's garage and replacing it with a seemingly perfect motorcycle. The seller seemed incredibly eager to get the bike off his hands but Dean assumes whatever's wrong with it, he can handle. After cleaning and fixing her up, he takes her for a joyride and figures out exactly why that seller wanted the more..supernatural bike off his hands.
04 Dec 2019
Kylo saw it happen in slow motion: the toe of Rey's left boot tripped on a small stone, her hair suspending in a backlit fan as she tumbled to the floor. The unnamed dread that had plagued him froze into a solid block of ice in his chest, heavy and cold as he watched the item she held fly from her hand. It caught the light, winking like a malevolent eye in the gloom.
His throat plugged with the bitter taste of ash, petrifying his tongue and robbing his ability to yell out a warning. The sharp sound of shattering assaulted his ears as a fine, red rain of shards enveloped the girl he loved, tinkling as they bounced all around her.
Time restarted with her scream.
A single, piercing cry of violation that tore through him like cannon fire. He found his voice and choked out her name, flying toward her as she curled into a ball of agony, hands pawing frantically at her eye.
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Derek is standing in the fruits and vegetables aisle, trying to decide between two very nice looking watermelons, when someone small crashes into his legs.
Derek comes back to Beacon Hills after years of being gone and meets Stiles and his kid at the supermarket.
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14 Oct 2014
Derek moves back to Beacon Hills 10 years after leaving (Post season 2) to rebuild the Hale house. He runs into Stiles who has a seven year old son and runs an occult bookstore for Beacon Hills' increasingly supernatural population.