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    “So, what you’re telling me is that this is a completely unknown form of plant and you’re worried because maybe aliens left it here or something?”

    The plant blinks open wide eyes and wood cracks into a toothless smile of sleepy pleasure.

    “Okay,” says Tony slowly. “Okay. So. Alien tree.”

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    The post-Infinity War Civil War recovery fic.

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  2. 25 May 2018

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  3. 12 May 2018

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  4. 06 May 2018

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    The Avengers raise an alien baby tree.

  5. 02 May 2018

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  6. 02 May 2018

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    AU, of course, but I still like it.

  7. 01 May 2018

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  8. 01 May 2018

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  9. 03 Mar 2018

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  10. 25 Feb 2018

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  11. 13 Dec 2017

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  12. 10 Dec 2017

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  13. 10 Dec 2017

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  14. 03 Dec 2017

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  15. 16 Nov 2017

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  16. 08 Nov 2017

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  17. 29 Oct 2017

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  18. 29 Oct 2017

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  19. 20 Sep 2017

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  20. 17 Sep 2017

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    "Okay,” says Sam, “is no one going to mention the tree on his head? Because there’s a goddamn miniature tree growing out of his head. And it’s humming. Just to point that out.”

    “It’s the Star Wars theme,” Barnes says helpfully, who does indeed have the baby alien tree perched on top of his head in one of its favourite non-pot places to be.

    “I hate you, have I told you that recently?”

    “I can see the tree, Sam,” says Steve, his face relaxing into a smile.

    “Come on,” says Clint, “that’s not the weirdest friend any of us has brought home. At least two of us came with assassins.”

    “I resemble that remark,” says Natasha sounding suspiciously cheerful.

    “I didn’t bring it home,” Tony complains. “It was growing by the front door.”

  21. 11 Aug 2017

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