Stiles must surrender the most important thing in his life to protect the town… and no one can figure out what it was.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America (Movies)
26 Mar 2017
In which Tony decides he doesn't want to be with his soumate and choses Bruce. Starts post-Avengers but mainly post-Civil war. Tony is massively injured during civil war, builds a house in a forest, fixes most of the accords leaves his supporters with the ex-Avengers as they are reinstated and moves away.
Que the Avengers lead by Tony fighting Thanos. General angst and Tony is (precious) right. Thor support.
21 Nov 2017
"Tony you shouldn't be working yourself up right now, this isn't the best time-" Sam says, trying to soothe but Tony isn't having it, he feels the snarl conquer his face.
"No? No this is the best time!" Tony screams out, voice already hoarse, vocal cords already straining, "No more explanations or 'But Tony you don't understand'." He twists violently to glare at Steve, a fist by his side and a finger pointing dangerously close to the super soldier's chest, "You, oh you arrogant piece of shit, you were going to sign the Accords!"
At that Sam pulls back, his gaze traveling to Steve and his brows furrowing, Bucky's as well.
"I told you amendments were more than possible, and, and I delivered! I told you Bucky would be transferred to an American psych ward for therapy, to get help! I offered to legalize everything you did to get Bucky, both you and Sam!" Sam takes a step back, a gruff noise escaping his throat. Steve won't look at him, he can't rip his gaze away from Tony.
24 Dec 2017
Tony is so. damn. tired of losing control. He gave it away freely before, and that got him stuck with some sharp metal and a magnet in his chest. He tried taking it back, and that got his heart ripped out of his goddamn chest. He pours his heart and soul into a system to protect the people he can’t save, tries to take control of his own flaws, and nearly destroys the world via genocidal robot. He realizes that hey, he’s one man. One terribly-human, incredibly-fallible man, and tries to make himself more accountable. Tries to give the control to people who might actually know what the fuck they’re doing. He tries to stop being the one to condemn young kids with bright futures.
He ends up half-dead in Siberia, as one of his best friends walks away. Leaves him there. Tony had never possessed an ounce of control over that situation to begin with.
The only one who’s going to get hurt in this little game is Tony, and that’s fine. At least he’ll be in control.
In which Tony Stark develops an eating disorder. This does not glorify eating disorders, and in fact will focus mainly on the consequences and recovery.
Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
15 Jun 2018
When the Rogues come home it leaves Tony in the dreaded position of keeping an eye on them - all up close and personal after the events of Civil War.
Whether the Rogues are pretending to play nice; delusional beyond explanation or high-and-mighty on arrival. Tony finds back-up and solace, in the one person he didn't expect: James Buchanan Barnes, the Winter Soldier.
- Not Team Cap friendly.
- In particular: Not Steve friendly. Not Wanda friendly. Not Clint friendly.
- I'm pro-Tony all day every day, they hurt my baby and I will throw all these hands on them within these series, its my catharsis for all the bs our bb mechanic has been through
- There will be pettiness and snark and occasionally visits from the Winter Soldier as a separate personality
- This series has no particular order because besides having the Post-CW timeline in common, none of them are actually connected