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- Game of Thrones (TV) (4)
- IT - Stephen King (2)
- Sherlock (TV) (2)
- Wiedźmin | The Witcher - All Media Types (2)
06 Nov 2020
**REWRITE OF WE MAKE OUR OWN THRONES**
He finds it hard to keep track of time when most days it is a struggle to remember his own name. It feels like years have passed, an age of pain and despair, but he finds his mind is no longer as sure as it once was. The perception of time that slips in and out of his grasp could simply be another trick designed to trap him, like the sympathetic serving boy or the door left off its latch. It doesn’t matter though, not really. It could be useful, if he was able to hold onto it long enough to count the days. He could find the answers to some of those questions that lurk in the dark, always watching, always waiting.
How long does it take to break a man?
08 Sep 2020
The average amount of blood in a human is approximately 7 percent of their body weight. John Watson is around 154 pounds, which means his body holds around 4.9 litres of blood. The normal resting heart is 60 to 100 beats per minute. In stressed conditions, say, a devastating explosion, the heart rate increases and can get to as high as 150 beats per minute. The heart beats 6 quarts of blood per minute. Working off this, John Watson can afford to lose 40% of his blood (1.96 litres) before he enters hypovolemic shock. Bleeding out can take as quick as 5 minutes.
This means that if Sherlock can’t reach John in the next few minutes he might die.
Introdcuing mildly immortal John Watson and a very emotionally constipated Sherlock Holmes, this is the sequel to I just die in you arms tonight (again), where we find ourselves in the aftermath of John's supposed 'death'. You don't necessarily have to have read the first one, but it might help a little with the "John can't die" thing.
- Part 2 of Lazarus Rising
20 Jul 2020
John Watson is ten years old when he dies for the first time. It is not the last.
The 5 times John Watson dies, then comes back to life. It's a thing.
Also, the one time (or at least the one that counts) he kills
- Part 1 of Lazarus Rising
13 Jun 2020
Destiny does not care for your wishes though. From the richest man to the poorest, destiny will fuck you over if it benefits the ‘grand plan’. Jaskier could only resist so long before it crept up on him, seizing his heart and soul, changing them forever. And Jaskier made it so, so easy for it.
Because Jaskier made the mistake of thinking he loved Geralt.
Jaskier's life ends on the side of that mountain, alone and in pain. But that doesn't mean he's done. He's getting off this mountain and the world isn't ready for when he does.
02 Apr 2020
Somehow, at some point in the past 24 years, trouble has taken a liking to Jaskier.
Jaskier is just trying to survive, pay his rent, maybe make it big in the music world if he can. At the moment though, things couldn't possibly get worse.
Surprisingly, they do.
Cue a golden-eyed man who seems to know him (like, really know him), a beautiful woman who insists she's a mage, and terrifying, potentially prophetic visions showing him monsters and creatures the likes of which he's never seen before. All of which seem to insist he used to be Jaskier, a warrior bard hero, and that his destiny awaits.
Well, at least he's got something to write songs about now.
(Title from the song "A new brain" by I fight dragons, which inspired the story)
28 May 2012
John Watson never expected to live an especially long life.
- Part 9 of Powerful, Beautiful and Without Regret
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Fandoms: Sherlock (TV)
13 Jan 2016
When Anderson finally crosses a line and gets fired a new pathologist takes his place. Sherlock isn't happy to find that the new doctor is almost as good at his job as Sherlock is. Said new doctor, John Watson, wants to woo the genius until he finds out what a prick he can be. Then he's just amused. And maybe a bit fond. And kind of smitten. Then he falls in love with the prick. Bloody hell.
07 Feb 2016
At a conference, Sherlock Holmes, researcher in deductive reasoning at St. Bartholomew College of Engineering, meets John Watson, military robotics researcher at Polytechnical University of Kabul.
"We’ve only just met and we’re going to work on a research grant proposal together?”
Liberal arts AU. Sherlock Holmes is a reclusive literary writer in need of a flatmate after burning through his latest book advance, John Watson is midway through a PhD in art history.
On paper, a bacon sarnie and a cup of good coffee isn’t exactly the kind of thanks one should receive for rescuing someone’s family member from an overdose; but Lestrade thinks that it’s possibly the best one he’s ever received.
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25 Nov 2020