- Killjoys (TV) (1)
Fandoms: Killjoys (TV)
26 Jul 2020
A coda to Last Dance. A look at what might have followed in the days after the last episode plus some additional Telen worldbuilding.
Hecate prods Loki into going after the person he is so clearly is pining for, these days. Loki does it the way of a certain archetype before him, which normally would offend, but Hecate’s assessment of which mask belongs to which player in this unique re-enactment might have been mistaken.
Perhaps it's the difference between Hades and Hel. Perhaps the difference between an apple and a pomegranate.
Either way, mischief is what really wins in the end.
- Part 30 of Pernicious Prompting
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28 Feb 2021
11 Jul 2020
When Loki shows up invading Earth, obviously out of his mind and about to be carted away for who-knows what kind of punishment once it's all over. Tony does the only thing he can think of to do: he claims his friend is his husband.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
22 Feb 2017
“Okay, let’s do a quick summary, maybe then you’ll see where I’m coming from. You acted against the will of millions of people and scared them out of their tiny little, mortal minds. You’ve killed innocent people, violated countless laws and fought the heroes who vowed to protect the innocent and abide the laws. You even crippled one of them. How are you the good guys?”
Loki welcomes Team Cap to the elite club of Supervillains. They don't react like expected.
Tony Stark is Not a Supervillain (But his Poker Group All Are) by DaughteroftheSilverMoon for Arboreal
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man - All Media Types, Marvel Cinematic Universe
08 Apr 2017
A superhero walks into a room full of villains- and they play poker and give him a drink. After all, it's the polite thing to do. Only then they get to liking him, and all of a sudden they're slaying dragons for the good guys. It's very disconcerting, but kind of nice.
06 Oct 2019
When forced to decide between the lives of Tony Stark and Iron Man, Steve Rogers chose wrong.
Tony is left to deal with the consequences, but it’s not like he’s helpless, and he certainly isn’t alone.