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    When Merlin proposes to his sister, Arthur knows nothing will ever be the same between them, and he can live with that. He won't be happy about it, but even if he's loved Merlin for years, he's not going to stand up at their wedding shouting, "I object," not when it won't do him any good.
    And then the stag night happens.
    (Merlin/Morgana, with Merlin/Arthur as the endgame)

     

    (For the prompt: Arthur should be happy for his sister and his best friend of seventeen years as they embrace and kiss to the sounds of cheers and triumphant wedding bells)

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    18 Jun 2014

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    "If you asked Gwaine, it was like they deliberately blindfolded themselves and pretended they had never seen the each other. Okay, so he wasn’t the best at making analogies. Or metaphors. Whatever. But Arthur and Merlin were head over heels for each other and neither of them had a clue."

    aka How they met and fell in love

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    31 May 2014

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    The one where Arthur tries to court Merlin, and Merlin has no idea.
    (Story is better than the summary.)

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    30 May 2014

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    In which Sherlock Holmes finds out what it's like to truly want something, John Watson isn't too bad at deductions, and everything gets a bit bright for a minute.

    "Sherlock Holmes isn’t sure about John Watson right away. That in and of itself is unusual, as he typically forms instantaneous, and negative, opinions about everyone he meets. The truth is Sherlock is so engaged in his work when Stamford brings John to meet that him that he fails to register his presence almost entirely until John offers him the use of his phone."

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    28 Jan 2014

  5. Public Bookmark 51

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    It turns out that John Watson, mild-mannered Doctor by day, is actually The Wolf, a serial killer so prolific and devious that even Sherlock Holmes is taken in by him.

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    25 Jan 2014