AidaRonan

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    I don’t know the difference between not fighting and giving up. She thinks that she knows now. Maybe this. Maybe him.

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    30 Aug 2020

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    "No one is now what they were before the war." - Catherynne Valente

    After everything - the comet, the war, the coronation - Katara tries to find the road back to herself. Somewhere along the way, she also finds the road to Zuko.

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    23 Aug 2020

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    The one where Katara's feeling lost after the war ends and realizes Zuko is home - where they meet often at night at the turtleduck pond to swap stories.

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    Glancing back up, Steve realizes that there’s something off about what he’s seeing. It takes him a moment to place it, overcome as he is with seeing his home—and it is his home, the Brooklyn he grew up in. But the longer he stares, the more the image starts to distort. His own memories layer over top, a perfect duplication, but it’s like a layer of paint. He scrubs a hand over his eyes, stares harder and—there! The colors flicker out like cheap lights, fading away into grayscale till the sky is off-white, the East River churning charcoal below him.

    It’s eerie, uncanny, the not-quite-rightness of it all. If he doesn’t focus on anything in particular, the image snaps back into place, right again. It unsettles him, making him nervous and flighty in place of the warm familiarity he’d felt only moments before.

    Then he remembers: Hadn’t Bucky called to him from just this spot?

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    04 Mar 2020

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    Steve finds out Bucky's dead, so he does his best to follow him into the afterlife so he can bring him back. With the disquietingly quiet Old Brooklyn, the key, and the door. And a bittersweet mix of pre-war feel + post-ws eventual happy ending.

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    So long ago the details were lost to time, people began creating guardians of the dead. They were made from dogs, dogs who were buried in graveyards before anyone was laid to rest, their spirits arising as black dogs, bound protectors of the human dead.

    Steve had always wondered what would happen after he died. He hadn't expected the answer to be 'wake up in the cemetery he'd been buried in', but here he was, some kind of ghost, and he could see the trees through his hands. It wasn't so bad, and he wasn't alone—a sleek black dog, golden eyes glowing bright, was happily waiting to greet him.

    Decades later, on what was supposed to be a quiet, peaceful, definitely-not-life-changing walk through the woods, Bucky stumbled across an abandoned cemetery and into the impossible.

    (It's a ghost story and a love story and a story about dogs.)

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    03 Mar 2020

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    Where Steve is an accidental cemetery dog and they reconnect with the lost black dog Laika in space and I cry

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    N’Jadaka didn’t believe in the gods of his people. But belief was not a prerequisite of the gods’ attention, and the blood of the Panther tribe ran in N’Jadaka’s veins. Bast took hold of his soul in her mighty jaws and lifted it free of his body. She gave him a warning shake, just as she would a misbehaving kitten, and set him back. With one careful claw, she tweaked his path through time into a twisting loop. Wayward and abandoned though he was, N’Jadaka was still of her tribe. He could set things right, if given the chance.

    Erik gets a do-over. Erik gets a lot of do-overs. Or: Erik Killmonger's own personal version of Groundhog Day, only with a lot more murder, dying, trips to the ancestral plane, awkward family conversations, and divine intervention.

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    10 Feb 2020

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    This is the ending Erik deserved.