In which the Avengers discover the video footage of Tony testing the Iron Man armor, and that goes about as well as it could be expected. Steve Rogers attempts to make peace with his lover's rather cavalier attitude to his health and safety, and starts learning more about Tony's family along the way, both the one he was born into, and the one he's chosen. And, of course, the one that's chosen him.
Subtitled: It's all Clint's fault. No one is surprised.
- Part 5 of In Which Tony Stark Builds Himself Some Friends (But His Family Was Assigned by Nick Fury)
Bookmarked by redquarters
02 Sep 2018
This is the one with like 8 different scenes that you always forget are from the same fic and you keep searching for it over and over. Scenes include: Tony taking Dummy to a community college to help with a Lego club, Pepper showing Steve a room at SI filled with Tony's patents, Tony throwing up inside his helmet, Tony thinking Steve is breaking up with him because he found out about his secret Cap collection, Tony showing Steve the Cap doll that was built into Dummy's base.
Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
10 Oct 2015
Bucky had only known Anthony Edward Stark for a few hours before he found himself compelled to share a secret that had been eating him alive since he began to once again reclaim the right to his own thoughts and feelings.
Post-Winter Soldier, Bucky is living with the Avengers, attempting to cope with his past, and falls in love with Tony Stark in the process of finding his way back to himself. If you enjoy the story, it is recommended you subscribe, as installments are not posted on a regular schedule, but new content arrives frequently.
This story is written using nonlinear narrative. If you're uncomfortable with time shifts, and you’d like a quick way to access all of the stories in linear narrative order, see дезинформация - Chronological Order.
Bookmarked by redquarters
21 Apr 2018
Fandoms: Teen Wolf (TV)
18 Dec 2012
Stiles asks the stranger standing next to him at the bar for help avoiding his creepy ex boyfriend. Written for a prompt at teenwolfkink.
Werewolves are the kind of horror you only find in books and movies and gay porn, so forgive him for being a little slow on the uptake.
"Dude, forget Stiles. We're going to be late."
And this—this sounds weird. Like Derek ate something and instead of coming apart, it's sitting sideways in his stomach. He's having trouble digesting this command. "Forget Stiles," Derek repeats.
In which Stiles figures he's probably overreacting; Derek is allowed to make friends, okay. That his abilities to meet new people who aren't terrible are clearly in need of honing is up for discussion.
- Part 8 of Tutor!Verse