Fandoms: Once Upon a Time (TV)
18 Sep 2018
Killian Jones, former crime reporter, was not happy to be home. It hadn’t been home in a very long time, after all. Home was an abstract construct that existed for people who didn’t know as many adjectives for blood as he did. Home wasn’t New York City, but it certainly wasn’t Boston or New Orleans either and he’d always gone where the story was. And he was positive Emma Swan was one hell of a story.
Emma Swan, pro video game player, desperately wanted to find home. She thought she had, a million years ago in the back corner of a barn and a town and faces she trusted. But that had all blown up in her face and it didn’t take long for her to decide she was going to control the pyrotechnics from here on out. So now she was in New York City and a different corner and she kind of wanted to trust Killian Jones.
Neither one of them expected a year of of video games and feature stories to dredge up old enemies and even older feelings, but, together, they made a pretty good team.
Emma Swan was waiting - for her phone to ring and her boyfriend's phone to ring and for the lady in the row behind them to, eventually, kick them out of whatever building they were in because they were totally disrupting graduation.
It had been years since that very first story ran about Henry, but now with college graduation in front of him and the rest of their lives in front of Emma and Killian, waiting to make contact with the perfect, metaphorical, pitch was proving a very specific type of challenge.
Or: an almost You Play Ball Like a Girl sequel with history jokes, baseball jokes and very loud quasi-family members!
- Part 5 of You Play Ball Like a Girl
An absolutely unconnected set of Tumblr prompts. Unless, sometimes, when they are connected. All of them are, however, about Captain Swan and happily ever after and banter and, sometimes, inexplicable magic.
It's more than just one season.
It's hits and goals and being the face of the franchise and events and family and road trip facts. It's on-ice injuries and off-ice dramas and weddings and cross-country flights and shouting in the stands. It's games and holidays and traditions and athletic-based superstition.
It's life and it's not just hockey and as far as Emma and Killian are concerned, that makes it even better.
A collection of 'Tripping Over the Blue Line' oneshots from before, during and after the original story.
- Part 4 of Tripping Over the Blue Line
Emma Swan did not need an intervention. So, she was kind of, sort of freaking out. That was expected. It was called nesting. The websites said it would happen. At least she wasn't cooking. She had soccer replays to watch, anyway. And a kid to get ready for. A kid.
Killian Jones was not freaking out. That was kind of a lie. No one needed to know that. It was going to be fine and good and great because that's what the websites said. And he couldn't stress-bake while he was in the hospital. He had a kid to get ready for. A kid.
Or: an Out of the Frying Pan sequel with the World Cup
- Part 4 of Out of the Frying Pan
Three weeks after dragging your boyfriend's sorry ass out of the Underworld is not the ideal time to find out you're pregnant.
It's probably also not the ideal time for Zelena's time portal to spit out some kid...a teenage boy with blonde hair and Killian's eyes.
- Part 1 of I belong to you, you belong to me
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