Fandoms: IT - Stephen King, IT (Movies - Muschietti)
18 Nov 2019
Eddie spent his whole life locked in his tower like a prisoner. His mother told him that the outside world was too scary and that he was safer up there. Who knows what the outside world would do to him if they found out about his gift? Still, living a life with only your cat as a companion can grow lonesome...and what Eddie would give to see the lantern festival up close just once....
Richie somehow managed to pull off the biggest heist the kingdom had ever seen. After pissing off his only two allies, he needed a place to hide so of course he was overjoyed to find the empty tower. Too little too late did he realize that the tower was not, in fact, empty and now he was stuck taking a skittish boy and his cat to the lantern festival honoring the lost prince. Not only was this "Eddie" strange, he was also naive as if he had never been outside before...and what was with all that hair?
Spencer Reid was just an ordinary History Professor, or so he thought.
That was until he found out that David Rossi, the fourth richest person in the world, created a a fully functioning time-machine. Oh, and a terrorist managed to steal it so now the government is recruiting him to go back in time to help save the world. No big deal.
Now, with the help of the scientist, JJ, and soldier, Derek, Spencer must attempt to stop the time-traveling criminal, Maeve Donovan, from changing the course of American history.
It only gets more complicated from there.
"The pause ended abruptly when Spencer furrowed his brow and said “One thing I don’t get is why don’t we just go back in time five minutes before Maeve stole the Mothership and stop her?”
“You can’t go back in time to a time where you already exist,” JJ sighed. “It’s bad for the fabric of reality,”
“We tried it,” She stated, her face hard but her eyes grim. “The pilot came back...but not all of him,”
“Jesus Christ,” Derek muttered, glancing at the town ahead. “Alright, Professor,” He turned towards Reid, feigning optimism. “Tell us what we’re walking into,”"