"...And suddenly, Keith understood.
This was the Haelnan Emperor’s prized pet. The pet they seemed so desperate to keep away from Voltron’s eyes, with the excuse that it “wasn’t fond of strangers" and could damage negotiations.
And looking at the gold and silk-covered creature standing right in front of him, Keith had to agree. Voltron meeting Lance WOULD damage negotiations.
Because Lance was very clearly human. "
The Paladins of Voltron visit Haelnea, a planet with giant snake-people, to secure an alliance. Things don't really go as planned, and they find something they definitely didn't think they would.
AU where it was the Red Lion that was on earth, Lance disappeared before he joined the Garrison, and Voltron finds him on a planet whose natives think humans are just the most adowable wittle things.
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08 Jul 2018
Analysis: Pirate King (Monkey D. Luffy) has agreed to go back in time some years, far back when he was first starting out as a pirate. Explanation: 98% chance this decision is due to his dead crew. Solution: he wishes to stop their demise. Statement: All details are on his contract but his agreement to take me with him and off this godforsaken rock is sealed.
08 Oct 2017
From just about any perspective, this trio of villains doesn't make sense.
The mysterious child with the unknown quirk.
The ill-tempered run-away from an otherwise normal family.
The son of the Number 2 Hero, Endeavour.
Otherwise known as the story of three heroes that came back in time in order to fix the world.
When Voldemort cast another spell than Avada Kedavra on that fateful Halloween night, all the Potters survived. Unfortunately, they also spent five years in a coma. Five years during which Harry stayed with the Dursleys. But at least they were awake now.
It seemed to be a mission to send an ambassador to the Land of Iron a little over a decade ago, with strict instructions that the shinobi would not return unless personally summoned by the Hokage. This was no pay-for-service mission, but one penned and signed by the Sandaime himself, and it only contained his signature and the signature of the shinobi assigned to the mission, which meant that the council and clans had no idea about this mission.
The pieces clicked.
Sandaime had sent someone from the village without telling the clan heads, the Elders, or Danzou, and the scroll had been sealed and hidden so that those people never found out.