03 Oct 2017
“Guess it wouldn’t do to start a galactic incident just because we didn’t want to hold hands and play nice.”
McCoy and Chekov do the fake dating for the mission.
- Part 1 of The Telk Verse
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10 Apr 2018
19 Jan 2016
Vulcans don't have marks, they said. Well, that lie was keeping the riots at bay, at least.
Or: The hard part of having friends from other planets and how everything can work out anyway.
- Part 1 of All That Glitters
Fandoms: Star Trek: The Original Series
21 Jan 2016
Five times Kirk tried to win his soulmate over, and one time Spock succeeded without really trying.
25 Jun 2013
Prompt: AU where everything is the same, except everyone is born with a insignia, a mark that is unique to only two people in the world, that tells them who their soulmate is. Usually the two people are born on the same day, at the same time, but that doesn’t mean that aren’t circumstances where an age difference has happened.
Leonard McCoy was born without an insignia, only for one to appear on his 20th birthday. He always hated the idea that the one person he was supposed to be with being a child, and maybe that was why he married his high school sweetheart. And maybe, that was the fact their relationship fell apart six years later, and he made the choice to join Starfleet.
He had never really forgotten about his supposed soulmate, but it certainly wasn’t expected to be confronted with the seventeen year old Russian genius whose insignia, his insignia, their insignia, plastered so obviously on his neck…
I tweaked it just a little, but it's essentially that. Hope I didn't butcher the idea!
01 May 2017
Jim always thought the absence of a soulmark on his arm meant he didn't have a soulmate. When he and Spock team up to take down Nero, he discovers how wrong he was.