"Hello, Chris," sings a honeyed voice from behind.
Chris' attention snaps toward the intruder, his gun already out of its' holster and aimed at whoever it is — a boy, apparently, with braided russet hair, a red jacket, and wise eyes. He's wearing a gas mask, but Chris can tell by the way his eyes crinkle around the edges, the way sun-burnt sand swirls in his irises, that he's smiling.
Chris cocks his gun.
"You killed my father," he says.
"No offence, but he totally deserved it," the stranger agrees with cheerful solemnity.
"What the hell are you doing in my home?" Chris demands. The kid is perched on a windowsill in Chris' office, as nonchalantly as if this were something he did every day, as if they were familiar.
"I was just wondering," the kid speaks softly, fond amusement sewn through with a peculiar resignation, "how you'd feel about putting down some nazis?"
[Or: The one where Stiles goes back in time and subsequently fucks with everything.]
Bookmarked by daisymane
25 Jun 2021
Fandoms: Teen Wolf (TV)
05 Oct 2019
Five conversations the betas have with Scott and five conversations the betas have with Stiles. They'll figure out who's really there for them.
A story where Stiles is consistently supportive of the Pack and the time they're there for him.
The Ley Lines are breaking and the supernatural world is crumbling away. Stiles and Lydia are the only ones still standing and they've failed everyone around them. But maybe there's another chance waiting for them.
A poetic end of times drabble about Stiles and Lydia as they're dying. Or do they?
Mama’s bar had been around for nearly two decades. In those twenty years she’d seen a lot of weird shit. In a bar in the middle of nowhere that catered extensively to the supernatural community, it was expected for weird things to happen. She’d seen creatures of every kind pass through, some of them pleasant and others terrifying. She’d seen bar brawls that ended in death and destruction, she’d seen alpha power transfers and pack turf wars. She’d helped her fair amount of strangers and dealt with an overzealous hunter ten years back. She was far from an easily intimidated person.
But there was a shift in the air when the Hales walked into her bar on a Tuesday at the tail end of November.
(Basically a story about how the Hales are family and how Stiles holds them all together.)
Bookmarked by daisymane
07 Jun 2021