09 Oct 2018
It's three in the morning when Tony finds a man claiming to be a Norse God on the beach, half frozen and unconscious. Deciding against what could be considered "common sense", he takes the man home. His name is Loki, and he's weird. But kind of intriguing. And maybe he actually is a god.
Loki didn't intend on surviving the fall from the Bifrost, and he certainly didn't intend on landing on Midgard, of all places. But the guy he meets seems...not terrible, and more than willing to help. The fall left Loki more paranoid and weakened than he'd ever been, and somehow, Tony Stark might be able to help fix that.
Bookmarked by C_Joan
19 Aug 2018
After Siberia, it all comes back to Stark. It always comes back to Stark. Maybe the universe is trying to tell Bucky something.
Tony isn't taking the universe's calls, but when he gets stranded in the past of WWII with the Winter Soldier, it's time to face his demons and the music. It's just... did the music have to be some kind of Whitney Houston ballad? Seriously.
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
14 Jul 2018
Harry Potter thought his fourth year was going to be peaceful, where he wouldn't have to worry about anything (except the Dark Lord out for his blood, as per bloody usual). The Tri-Wizard tournament was here at Hogwarts and he was not old enough to take place. How wrong could he turn out to be? When his name is called from the goblet, a plethora of changes and secrets are on their way. How can Harry defeat dragons and handle deceiving headmasters, while also learning things about the past that will change not just his life, but the fate of the Wizarding World?
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Iron Man (Comics), Marvel Cinematic Universe
02 May 2018
Tony isn't a healthy man. He's fine with that, really. It makes perfect sense. Unfortunately, he has a job to do that kind of has his health as a major requirement. So he unmakes himself, remakes the Accords, protects every single child super that enters his field of view, and hopes ferociously that the Avengers never come back to the US. He doesn't spend any time at all rebuilding Bucky Barnes' life. Not a single second. Anything he does that contributes to him is simply an accident.
Bucky is a patient man. It's ok if Tony wants to ignore him for now. He won't be able to forever.
(Somewhere in the world, a sense of dread crawls up the back of Tony's spine)
- Part 1 of Illuminate Me