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Patience was a virtue with which JARVIS had been programmed, and at times like this, it was more than helpful. It had rarely been so difficult to wait before, though. But this required a certain degree of discretion else an unfortunate confrontation might occur.
Or, the one where JARVIS arranges a reunion with the Avengers team and the Serenity crew gets to witness the insanity.
- Part 2 of To Infinity
Fandoms: Alice (2009), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor (Movies), Highlander - All Media Types, Boondock Saints (Movies), Leverage, Sherlock (TV)
15 Jun 2016
Crossovers and tropes in various fandoms (tags updated as required). Take ideas, foment and braid together.
1) Darcy Lewis (MCU) & Hatter (Alice) - Twins separated at birth + Paperwork mix-up
2) Darcy Lewis (MCU) & Clint Barton (MCU) - Secret past + Highlander fusion
3) Darcy Lewis (MCU) & Connor MacManus (Boondock Saints) - Illegitimate child + Daddy's little girl (1/?)
4) Clint Barton (MCU) & selected Avengers (MCU) - Adopt strays + Nobody dies (1/4)
5) Darcy Lewis (MCU) & Connor MacManus (Boondock Saints) - Burner phone + Mysterious call (2/?)
6) John Watson (Sherlock) & Eliot Spencer (Leverage) - Secret identity + chance meeting
The Mighty Thor: Asgard's Worthiest Matchmaker (should not quit his day job) by Reremouse (TheBelfry)
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Loki: Agent of Asgard
18 Nov 2015
The story is less about Thor than you would think. He shouldn’t quit his day job yet. So what is the story about? Loki is persuaded to give heroism a try, or at least take a vacation from evildoing, on Midgard for the low, low price of a bushel of magic apples. Meanwhile, Tony Stark is Tony Stark, living the dissatisfied life and bantering with anything that moves. Things proceed in an orderly and domestic manner right up until the point where Loki and Tony are whisked away to Muspelheim and must find their way home without magic, ideally before Tony’s wounds claim his leg, or worse, his life (though he thinks that’s probably an exaggeration).
Sincerest apologies to anyone who saw the first posting. This one is staying put.