10 Aug 2019
Freshly out of the ice, Captain Steve Rogers definitely does not want to Bond with anyone. Until he does.
(Steve's POV for Celestial Navigation)
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11 Aug 2019
Fandoms: Marvel 616, Marvel, Marvel (Comics), Avengers (Comics)
17 Nov 2018
All the Avengers have returned from the alternate dimension where Franklin Richards sent them after they sacrificed themselves to defeat Onslaught--except Iron Man. Steve Rogers, though, believes that he's still out there, and resolves to look for him, refusing to give up on the idea that Tony Stark is out there somewhere, alive.
Steve and Tony should really read the fine print on what they're signing. Then again, some mistakes are not really mistakes.
20 May 2018
Steve and Tony should really read the fine print on what they're signing. Then again, some mistakes are not really mistakes. [Podfic version]
The theory of unification...
It wasn't supposed to be like this. Back in his day, the idea was just a fantasy. Soul mates and soul packs weren't real, they were fairy tales told to soothe scared children in the dark. Yet the reality of soul bonds scarred his wrist and Steve had to come to terms with a future confounded with a fantasy turned to reality. The brand on his wrist designated he was the leader of the rarest kind of soul bond - the soul pack. The universe would select his pack mates and he would designate their roles, from sentinel, to guide, to beloved and more. The moment Tony Stark knocked on his apartment door and proposed they bond everything would change for Steve. Just not in the way he thought it would.