The Best Timeline Jump Yet by Anonymous for KuroHikaTsuchi
Fandoms: Dreaming of Sunshine - Silver Queen
30 May 2020
The Seal was supposed to put you "where you can do the most good." But that's too flexible when Space is also Time. The importance of an off button is also criminally under-appreciated.
Each time she gets dropped into the past, Shikako uses her knowledge of the Plot to nudge events, but the best intentions can't control for butterflies. All she can do is try to help every time it happens.
Meanwhile, Sasuke remembers every life jump and is doing his best, but things have gotten pretty weird.
When the Seal finally brings them back together, The Warring Clans Era is not prepared.
Team Seven will never abandon a comrade on the battlefield. When it comes to paperwork? They will leave you behind so fast that you'll think they traveled in time. So it was probably karma that when Shikako and Sasuke abandoned Naruto to Kakashi for professional development training that the two found themselves literally back in time. They probably shouldn't have chosen a C ranked courier mission as their excuse to get away. It's always the C ranks.
How I Ended Up Teaching a Part Time Eldritch Abomination by Anonymous for KuroHikaTsuchi
29 May 2020
Harry Dresden acquires a couple of students over dinner. Too bad one of them spent too much time with Hatake Kakashi in a past life.
Fandoms: Dreaming of Sunshine - Silver Queen, 人渣反派自救系统 - 墨香铜臭 | The Scum Villain's Self-Saving System - Mòxiāng Tóngxiù
24 May 2020
Nara Shikako drops from the in-between space into a cold room and lands on a cold body. A corpse.
"Shizun!" a voice calls, alarmed and angry.
(Rituals meant to resurrect the dead frequently have unintended side effects, some more unexpected than others.)
In which Madara is a little too late, Tobirama is a little too early and, as usual, nothing ever goes as planned for Shikako and Sasuke, accidental time travelers and trouble magnets extraordinaire.
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18 May 2020