- Fairy Tail (5)
- Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling (3)
- Supernatural (2)
- Doctor Who (2005) (2)
- The Avengers (Marvel Movies) (2)
After dying in her original world, a girl goes to the Fairy Tail universe, hoping to change things for the better. But does her appearance there make it better, or worse? Fix-it fic. OC/Laxus, Nalu, Gale, Gruvia, Jerza, Elfever, etc. Spoilers for everything. Warning for Violence and Swearing. NOW WITH DRAGON SLAYERS INCLUDED.
Fandoms: Supernatural, Doctor Who (2005), Sherlock (TV), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling, Superwholock - Fandom, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Merlin (TV)
31 May 2018
2nd in The Girl Who Knew Too Much Saga. SUPERWHOAVENGEPOTTERLOCK. Just when everyone starts settling, an old face shows up at the Restaurant. The Shadow Sacrificers' world is thrown into chaos, as they are each put through a series of grueling tests. And someone is controlling from the shadows... Will they survive? Or will they lose their minds, and themselves, in the process?
- Part 2 of The Girl Who Knew Too Much Saga
Papalogia AU. Acnologia joins Fairy Tail and ends up raising five young dragon slayers (and helping with two more). Acnologia x Anna Heartfilia. Eventual Nalu, Gale, Gruvia, Jerza, StiRoYu, Kinabra, etc. Cover image by acnologias-ass on tumblr.
Fandoms: Fairy Tail, Percy Jackson and the Olympians - Rick Riordan, Percy Jackson and the Olympians & Related Fandoms - All Media Types, The Heroes of Olympus - Rick Riordan, RIORDAN Rick - Works
20 May 2018
Percy Jackson AU. No PJatO/HoO characters other than godly characters or monsters. All wizards are demigods.
Lucy Heartfilia thought that being a wandering demigod looking for her mother's legacy was hard enough. Throw in a fire-wielding demititan, a stripping son of Khione with too many ice puns, a daughter of war that attacks first and rarely asks questions AT ALL, and a bunch of psychopathic deities Tartarus-bent on the world's destruction, and it got a whole lot harder.
Twin Paradox Slayer Theory AU, taken to another level. Five kids travel from X794 to X774, and start anew.
Iron Man is a vigilante, mercenary and murderer. He is also, quite clearly, Tony Stark; even if the authorities can't make it stick.
Peter Parker is nearly four, dying, and Iron Man's biggest fan.
They say there's no way Iron Man would come to his birthday party, but Steve isn't one to give up. Even if it does mean he has to go to dinner with a man he'd rather punch in the face.
Bookmarked by therealnarnia
02 Sep 2018
Fandoms: The Avengers (2012), Marvel Cinematic Universe
26 Jun 2013
Tony discovers Stane's betrayal while he's still being held captive. When he escapes, he sets out to ruin Stane as completely and ruthlessly as he can, playing up his PTSD and quitting his job to destroy Stane quietly from the outside. He also picks up a teaching job-all Pepper's fault-and oh, right, becomes a supervillain. Okay, that one was Tony's fault, but it was totally an accident.
In the meantime, a certain Capsicle is defrosted a year early, and is assigned the task of capturing the notorious Iron Man. It's not going particularly well, if the embarrassingly high number of times he's been kidnapped in the past six months is any indication. When SHIELD decides to help him "adjust" by getting him a teaching job, Steve is skeptical; but then there's Tony, and Steve finds he doesn't mind the 21st century so much after all.
Clint knows several facts to be true:
1. He will always look out for those who are his.
2. Steve loves Tony.
3. Tony loves Steve.
4. Tony is a civilian.
5. Iron Man is a villain.
But just because something is true does not mean it is the whole truth, the complete truth and nothing but the truth.
He doesn't know that yet.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America (Movies), Thor (Movies)
09 Mar 2015
So, Tony touched the shiny Asgardian necklace and now he’s popped on over to another dimension.
Apparently this world’s Iron Man is some sort of psycho villain who blows stuff up on a daily basis in the bad kind of way. Other-Bruce’s whereabouts are unknown and he’s considered a national threat. Other-Natasha and Other-Clint are still exceptionally super scary spies, except now they both have a personal vendetta against Iron Man. Insult to injury- Thor is the only Avenger cool enough not to exist in multiple universes. Lucky bastard.
Did he mention that this Captain America hates his freaking guts? And that seeing Other-Steve glare at him like he’s repellent scum is sorta killing him on the inside?