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The Butterfly Effect is an odd one. So many futures dependent on just one little detail.
In one future, Daniel M'Naghten doesn’t acquire the bullets he needs so desperately, on the belief that the Tories in his native city compelled him to go ahead with the shootings, convinced that they followed, persecuted him wherever he went, entirely destroying his peace of mind.
In another, the debate over the Corn Laws repeal is pushed back another day, emotions still running high and not even the Speaker of the House of Commons, Viscount Eversley able to bring order to the men who comprise the Parliament Prince Albert admires so much.
In a third, Drummond leaves the House early, his presence only truly missed by Sir Robert Peel, himself wishing he could leave Westminster like his private secretary does when he mutters some excuse or another in the Prime Minister’s ear.
In all these futures, something very different happens from what you and I know but it is the third one that matters most.
Alfred, already struggling with his identity, finds a brothel really isn't the place to be. However, it does spark some realisations.
"“This isn’t really my sort of thing.”
“Oh. Oh. We have men here as well-“
“-they have to be hidden you see, but I can show you if-“
“Madam you misunderstand!” Alfred blushed furiously."
Set during the court's visit to France, Alfred slowly begins to stop repressing his feelings for Drummond. But it's a long process.
We as the Sky and the Earth (Wow I Can’t Believe I’m Rewriting Early Conservative Party History Just So I Can Get a Tory Civil Servant and a Liberal MP to Fuck) by rainbowflavouredfabulous
Fandoms: Victoria (TV)
24 Jun 2018
The story of how Alfred and Drummond ruled the world.