08 Feb 2019
Scions are humans possessing unexplainable powers, oppressed and taken away if they’re found out — people like Kai’s father. After he goes missing, with the official explanation an arrest for a crime he didn’t commit, Kai is left alone to figure out his own powers.
At age seven, Kei woke up after his father’s funeral with a mysterious, uncooperative black ghost at his side. He spends most of his high school career trying to ignore it. At least, until he’s forced to help an enthusiastic superhero wannabe prevent a full scale war between humans and scions.
Caught between the tides of political tension, rising stakes, and that pesky thing called feelings, the two of them might just start a revolution themselves.
Atem is left alone to brood while Yugi is at school.
Arthur is the best detective at Albion Yard with unhealthy need to be around danger. Merlin is a genius consulting detective who prefers to go his own way. Called in by DI Kilgharrah to be Arthur's new forced partner, the two must deal with a string of murders with no evidence to go on, a psychotic madman targeting them both, and a dark magic rising up in the dark side of London. It will take both of them to prove a framed man innocent and bring down a web of conspiracies larger than either of them ever thought possible, all the while doing their best to ignore any possible attractions towards each other--with varying degrees of success.
The game is on.
The land of Camelot is in peace. Arthur is king, Merlin is his Court Sorcerer, and neither of them have gotten any better at sharing their feelings. A normal trip to Essetir for peace negotiations turns into a nightmare when they're sent to an alternate universe and find that everything they knew has been turned upside down. They have to find a way to save this world, get back to their own, and defeat their most formidable opponents yet--themselves.
“Can you take your helmets off with each other?”
“With other mandalorians?” Rifleman said. “No.”
“No one can see our faces.”
“So it’s just the seeing that’s the problem?” Kaz asked. He sat forward, little more than a shifting silhouette.
“That’s what they tell me,” Rifleman said. Theology was never his strong suit. People told him what rules to follow and he followed them.
The Mandalorian, still fairly new to the Guild, teams up with another Guild member. Everything goes terribly wrong, of course.
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09 Dec 2019
CROWLEY: I try not to make a habit of gratitude, but I must give our appreciation to everyone out there who’s been listening and subscribing to The Ineffable Plan.
AZIRAPHALE: Ooh, yes, we’ve become quite popular, haven’t we?
CROWLEY: Yeah, just hit number eight on the advice charts … No advertising at all.
AZIRAPHALE: Mm. How … miraculous.
CROWLEY: … Aziraphale. You did not.
Crowley and Aziraphale are very possibly the people least qualified, on the entire planet, to start up an advice podcast.
But what else is there to do when the world isn’t ending anytime soon, you’re technically on indefinite sabbatical from your lifelong careers, and you need a plausible excuse to spend more time with your best friend who you’re definitely not, absolutely not, maybe just a little, actually maybe overwhelmingly in love with?
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09 Dec 2019
11 Dec 2019
Eric the Disposable Demon discovers the truth about Aziraphale and Crowley's body swap. So, naturally, he blackmails them to be his friends and teach him how to fit in on Earth.
"May I kiss you?" leads to complicated negotiations and vandalised Bibles, because nothing is ever simple with these two.
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“What are you afraid of?” he asked again, patiently.
“I’m venomous, you know.”
“Then don’t bite me.”
Crowley carefully looked everywhere but at him. “Might not be able to help myself.”
“I trust you,” Aziraphale said, patting Crowley’s knee encouragingly. It was bony under the expensive mulberry silk and wool blend trousers, or what would have been expensive trousers if Crowley bothered to actually buy them. The boniness tipped the scales even further towards ‘endearing’, and for some inexplicable reason added a solid weight of ‘arousing’ as well.
Duty of Care by Anonymous
12 Dec 2019
Some years after the apocalypse that wasn't, Crowley is captured and made the focus of a terrible ritual. Aziraphale is also taken, so that he might ensure that the demon survives long enough to fulfill the cult's aims.