- Men's Hockey RPF (1)
Jaskier has been hiding his draconic 'heritage' for as long as he could remember. And travelling with Geralt and Ciri, it didn't seem to be an issue. That is until a notice comes up about hunting dragons.
All of a sudden, everything is thrown into disarray as he has to face feelings and impulses he had been suppressing for years, nothing seems safe anymore. Geralt tries to fix it.
“No, we need to keep Ciri safe first I-.”
This whole interaction is too intense for him to even begin to comprehend. Fear grips him from all angles, practically strangling him as he just tries to breathe. And then of course there's Geralt being so soft with him, something he only did in small moments. It hurts seeing Geralt so scared for him.
“It’s okay. We’ll get you out of here. I won’t let them hurt you, I promise.”
- Part 1 of Dragon!Jaskier AU
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Iron Man (Comics), Marvel Cinematic Universe
02 May 2018
Tony isn't a healthy man. He's fine with that, really. It makes perfect sense. Unfortunately, he has a job to do that kind of has his health as a major requirement. So he unmakes himself, remakes the Accords, protects every single child super that enters his field of view, and hopes ferociously that the Avengers never come back to the US. He doesn't spend any time at all rebuilding Bucky Barnes' life. Not a single second. Anything he does that contributes to him is simply an accident.
Bucky is a patient man. It's ok if Tony wants to ignore him for now. He won't be able to forever.
(Somewhere in the world, a sense of dread crawls up the back of Tony's spine)
- Part 1 of Illuminate Me
05 Nov 2019
Peter Parker is absolutely devastated in the two months since he's been back on Earth. He's struggling in school and at home, and Aunt May is very worried. He doesn't want to go on a vacation to Mr Stark's lake house to see Pepper and Morgan, but May doesn't leave it up to him, and on the last day of school, Happy is waiting to drive him there. What--or who--awaits him at the lake house, is not what he's expecting.
But why is everything so secretive?
Note: This is an End Game Fix-It. My heart couldn't take the actual ending, so I wrote this. It's basically canon divergence because Tony Stark is my favorite character, and I refuse to accept what happened.
- Part 1 of Weight of it All
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
26 Jun 2018
Being a superhero sometimes means you forget about the small dangers in the world, like disease. For Peter, this means he loses May to natural causes, not something he could ever save her from.
Unknown to him, May left custody of Peter in the hands of Tony Stark, who, even though he wants kids, has no idea how to actually raise one. With a grieving superhero teenager on his hands, Tony is going to have to figure it out quick, if he wants Peter to ever be able to move on and be happy.
- Part 1 of We're Gonna Have to do This Together
Bookmarked by dembones
28 Feb 2020
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Iron Man (Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Captain America (Movies)
12 Aug 2019
“I knew your mother,” Tony said, figuring it was the right way to start. “You know this. She used to work for me and I liked her a lot. We were friends and she sort of reached a part of me that very few people could in those days. I think it was partly because she was brilliant and because she didn’t bore me like most people did. I didn’t love her -- not like that, but I cherished her friendship.”
“Mr. Stark why are you telling me--”
“She left when she found out she was pregnant,” Tony said and had to glance up, “and didn’t even bother to tell me about it.”
It was a one night stand and Tony had a lot of them, but this one changed everything. Tony always knew Peter Parker existed. He had no idea that Peter would become Spider-Man, but he kept tabs on his son, even when he couldn't meet him. Peter Parker grew up unaware of his superhero father, admiring Iron Man from afar and unaware that one day he would too become a super-hero - an Avenger. Spanning the entirety of the MCU , this fic covers a canonical view of what it would be like if Peter was Tony's biological son dwelving heavily into the canon. AU post-Infinity War with an AU version of Endgame and with a Stony endgame.
Bookmarked by dembones
28 Feb 2020