24 Jul 2018
follows “the crucifix was constructed wrong” and will make ZERO sense without reading it.
Aftermath of time travel -- what's happening in Hell and Heaven with no apocalypse? The greatest archangels are walking the Earth, Sam and Dean are just trying to live, and there's things in Purgatory that want out.
- Part 2 of time traveling Sam
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26 Nov 2018
Sam time travels from the end of Swan Song to midway through No Rest for the Wicked. Ain’t nobody’s plans left intact.
He opens his eyes. Uncurls, glances at the candles, the symbols. “Ruby,” he murmurs. Smiles slowly.
Resumes the ritual.
- Part 304 of Alternate Universe
- Part 71 of Fix-it
- Part 110 of favorites
- Part 77 of randomass prompts
- Part 1 of time traveling Sam
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25 Nov 2018
Fandoms: Spider-Man - All Media Types, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), The Amazing Spider-Man (Movies - Webb), Spider-Man (Comicverse), Spider-Man (Movies - Raimi), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
21 Nov 2018
Peter Parker is a good kid. A great one, in fact. He's always working to better his community. He's selfless, kind, and not to mention breathtakingly intelligent.
But along with these things, he hates inconveniencing others. The idea of someone going out of their way to help him is something he's never liked and tries to avoid the situation at all costs.
So when Peter runs into serious trouble and refuses May's recommendation of calling Tony Stark, she does what's best. She calls Tony herself.
For a kinkmeme prompt: "Mrs Hudson knew precisely what kind of person she was offering tea to. The assassin, however, did not know what she'd added to the tea."
Or: Mrs Hudson is the biggest BAMF of all.
(Technically takes place during RBF, but no knowledge of the episode is really necessary.)
Fandoms: The Avengers (2012), Captain America (2011), Thor (2011), Iron Man (Movies), Incredible Hulk (2008), Marvel (Movies), Marvel Avengers Movies Universe
16 Jun 2012
Steve's not usually oblivious - far from it, in fact. But he does have his moments.
Like when he didn't realize that the team was actually serious when they talked about Mjolnir being a magical weapon that only Thor could lift.
(Inspired by a head-canon prompt, in light of the comics-canon fact that Steve is actually capable of wielding Mjolnir. Full text of prompt is in the beginning notes.)
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