- Captain America (Movies) (3)
- The Avengers (Marvel Movies) (2)
- Marvel Cinematic Universe (2)
- Captain America - All Media Types (2)
- Yuri!!! on Ice (Anime) (2)
Team Voltron has a surprising encounter.
- Part 1 of Making a Change
Sequel to Moment of Truth, inspired by SkyGem's Retirement AU
- Part 2 of The Tip of the Iceberg
Katsuki Yuuri is an unassuming grad student, whose time is spent doing normal student things. That's what his friends know.
Katsuki Yuuri is a retired competitive figure skater, who is married to a retired competitive figure skater, and who now coaches a competitive figure skater. That's what the skating world knows.
The truth comes out in an unexpected fashion
- Part 1 of The Tip of the Iceberg
Fandoms: Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
19 Jan 2017
“I’m sorry for interrupting, but there is a man asking to come up and speak to Captain Rogers. He has no appointment, but insists that the Captain be notified. “
“Did he give a name?”
For a moment, Steve thought that the serum had suddenly failed, because his heart was beating erratically in a way it hadn’t since 1943.
Could be seen as a sequel to "Dog Tags", but was written as a standalone
08 Jul 2016
“James Buchanan Barnes. Nice’ta meet you.” The blond scowled at him from underneath floppy bangs, but the other boy rolled his eyes and reached out to grab his hand to forcibly shake it. “See, now’s when you introduce yourself,”
“Steven Grant Rogers.” He tightened his grip and hesitated. “Call me Steve.”
“Alright Steve, call me Bucky!” A crooked grin erupted across his face and Steve narrowed his eyes.
“What kinda name is Bucky?”
The moment that changed the world forever
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16 May 2018
Parson gestures with his spoon toward Hawke. “So am I allowed to ask about the service dog or is that not PC?”
“My medical history is more of a 3rd date conversation," Eli says.
“Oh? Why’s that?”
“Because. No one sticks around afterward and I like to live in glorious denial for a short period beforehand.”
It comes out more self-deprecating than he intended.
Parson looks…thoughtful. “Well, does this count as one or two?
“This. Ice cream. I mean, technically it’s a second location, but still the same night. So is this one date or two?”
“One,” Eli says firmly. “If it’s happening within the same three-hour period.”
“You’re the expert,” Parson says, which, he’s really, really, not, but ok.
“So still two dates to go then?” Parson continues.
“We’ve got a roadie coming up but then we’re home for almost two weeks. When does your semester start?”
“You want to do this again?” Eli asks.
Parson stops idly twirling his spoon.
He does, Eli realizes. He really does. Because apparently he actually likes Kent fucking Parson.
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15 May 2018
Kent has a pretty good life. It’s been a couple years since the Aces last won a cup, but he’s still at the height of his career. He has an apartment with a stunning view over Vegas, a best friend who’s always dragging him to basketball games, a cat to cuddle with, and more money than he could ever spend.
Everything is fine.
So it won’t be a problem at all if he strikes up a friendship with that guy he meets at the All-Star party.
Tomas enjoyed the years he spent in Minnesota, but he’s ready for a new life in a different city. It means he’ll be even further from his friends and family in Quebec, and he’s not sure he’s going to adapt well to the desert. But he’ll have his new job to distract him, and he’s never minded the challenge of developing a new circle of friends and acquaintances.
He doesn’t expect Kent Parson to be part of that.
- Part 1 of Kent Parson deserves nice things
The night of the last game of the Stanley Cup Finals, Kent learns that 'A' can stand for a lot of things. These include, but are not limited to:
Alternate. Ally. Asshole. Assumptions. Alone.