“Tony, I don’t want to scare the bejesus out of you or anything, but you are, like the hero of every space opera ever. Seriously, I’m getting Captain Kirk, Paul Atreides, and Obi Wan Kenobi all rolled into one here. The young Obi Wan I mean.” Guide Angela Montenegro
Guide Anthony DiNozzo thinks he's had his shot at bonding. He's met "his" sentinel and, for reasons that he doesn't want to talk about, he turned him down. That should be it. After all, if a person doesn't bond with their perfect match, they don't get another chance, right? Tony's former sentinel won't so much as consider bonding with another guide, even to treat his terminal illness.
Leave it to Tony to break all the rules and in doing so, end up in the middle of a goddamned space opera, complete with politics, aliens, and his very own Space Force general.
Okay, so technically, Major General Jonathan "Jack" O'Neill is Air Force, but by the time Tony is done, who knows, there may well be a sixth branch of the military. And who better to lead it than a guy who's saved Earth a few dozen times?
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29 Nov 2018
AU after the SG-1 ep Hathor. Hathor is the new Goddess on Earth, having conquered the entire planet after she took over the SGC. Rodney McKay is one of her chief scientists, tasked with unlocking Ancient technology so she can wage war on the other system lords. When he's given John Sheppard and Evan Lorne as lab assistants, his already tenuous existence takes a turn for the dangerous - and the better.
Fandoms: Stargate Atlantis, Harry Potter - Fandom
10 Apr 2016
Evan Lorne is home on his first annual leave from Atlantis and goes to the Paint Nite at the bar down the street from his old college dorms. The night's theme is a portrait exchange. His portrait partner is an unusual woman named Luna Lovegood Scamander. Set in Season 3 of Stargate Atlantis, post-series for Harry Potter, epilogue-compliant. Featuring cameos by Julian (Forbidden Games), Deborah (Secret Circle), Kaitlyn and Gabriel (Dark Visions), and Peter Grodin (Stargate Atlantis).
The tale of Evan and Rodney, platonic soulmates. Including an ill-fated hike in a national park, copious amounts of henna tattoos, unfair assumptions about people's handwriting, and John Sheppard being just a bit childish.
Set from pre-series through Season 2 of SGA.
Written for the What If? AU challenge #3
- Part 31 of Traveling Man
Overall, Jack is pretty happy. He’s just met his guide and they’ve got a sweet new second level accord (okay, so the fact that they totally bypassed the first level is, perhaps, concerning). Not to mention, Tony is apparently a shoo-in for that new investigative unit Paul wants. However, not everything is as simple as it appears. His new guide has a ton of baggage from his last “perfect” sentinel and a talent for finding more (and weirder) trouble than Jack has had contend with since he was responsible for Daniel Jackson. Including a new and totally unexpected threat to Earth.
Against all odds, Tony has met a second perfect sentinel. Moreover, they have somehow managed to form a second level accord without even trying. This should be enough trouble for even Tony to be getting on with. But then Jack reads Tony into the top secret program he’s working on over at the Pentagon, and suddenly, Tony is being sucked down the rabbit hole into a world where aliens exist, space travel is possible, and Earth is in almost as much danger from its own people as it is from its offworld enemies. It’s at times like this that one has to ask oneself: what would Will Smith do?
- Part 3 of This Space Opera
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