"I know they have quite the consumerist culture on Midgard -- perhaps a little ‘Christmas’ is what Asgard needs, to lighten the mood a bit.”
In this Ragnarok AU, the Asgardian refugees were evacuated just a little earlier. This changed the course of events in three ways:
1. Hela gets her power from Asgard, and since Asgard is a place and not a people, Hela lost her power as soon as “Asgard” left.
2. The Grandmaster, being the all-powerful nutcase that he is, offered Sakaar as a place for the Asgardian refugees to stay until Hela was taken care of, and proceeded to imprison Hela in a cell guarded by Skurge.
3. Thor and Brunnhilde became impromptu leaders of Asgard-on-Sakaar, much to the Grandmaster's chagrin.
This is a crack fic with a little heart, a little fluff, and a lot of holiday cheer.
14 Dec 2016
After the fall of SHIELD, Loki arrives on Earth, bringing two dangerous artifacts with him. But his presence stirs up even more dangerous home-grown hatred. The Avengers find themselves divided between apprehending Loki and fighting off human predators, while Steve must survive an ordeal at the hands of enemies who seek to destroy both his body and his soul.
In this modern take on Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," Tony Stark is a wildly successful television executive whose cold ambition and curmudgeonly nature has driven away the love of his life, Pepper Potts. But after years of treating his assistant, Steve Rogers, badly, blowing off his best friend, Rhodey, for the holidays once again, and firing a staff member on the day before Christmas Eve, Tony is visited by a series of ghosts who give him a chance to re-evaluate his actions and right the wrongs of his past.
Fandoms: Being Human (UK), Thor (Movies), The Avengers (2012)
21 Jan 2014
Loki and his Bristol housemates do not usually celebrate holidays. Thor is clueless about Midgardian observances. And the Avengers are pretty much a bunch of outcasts without families to celebrate with. Tony Stark has a plan to change all that.
- Part 6 of Housemates
In which Thor’s primary problem-solving method (a mighty blow from Mjolnir) fails to have the desired effect on a magical artifact, and his secondary method (a mightier blow from Mjolnir) proves to be actively disastrous.
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12 Oct 2018