- Legion (TV) (2)
- Black Mirror (TV) (2)
- Alien Series (1)
- The Walking Dead (TV) (1)
- Alien (Prequel Movies) (1)
"You're not getting back inside my body, if that's what you're aft-"
"There are other means of doing such, my dear," Farouk murmurs softly, and David is suddenly all too aware of how close the other mutant truly is as the man's excruciatingly smooth voice practically caresses his ears from behind. He can't believe what Farouk is insinuating; he refuses to. The very idea of it is just absurd.
AU in which the meeting between David and the Shadow King in Chapter 11 (S2E3) goes awry when David tries to get Farouk to elaborate more on the subject of his father.
17 Sep 2018
There was a man.
Sleeping on the goddamn bed.
Like the world hadn't gone to fucking shit.
Just. Fucking. Sleeping.
AU in which Negan finds Rick's comatose body while scavenging in the ruins of the Harrison Memorial Hospital and grows attached.
"What am I without you?"
Even in dreams, not even David can escape from his phantom limb.
"Oh, well look what we have here."
The all too familiar voice stops them both in their tracks, and James immediately yanks his mouth away, slowly turning his head around to see Robert, in all his glory, as he stands by the cell block's entrance with a rather distressed looking Shania in tow.
"Fraternizing with the enemy, are you, Walton?"
(Set some time after 'Disintegration,' in which Captain Daly has procured the perfect crew, and with a crew comes the arrival of Daly's arch nemesis, Valdack, and the reprecussions that follow when said maniac attracts the eye of one starry eyed Lieutenant; or that's how this would've normally gone, had this been an actual episode of Space Fleet - but sadly for the crew of the USS Callister, it is far from it.)
- Part 2 of Time To Pretend
It was cruel, and there was just something not right in the way that the other man looked at him; but he couldn't discern what was exactly wrong until the words, "Exit game," had left Robert's lips and the man disappeared into thin air.
It was then that he knew that he was completely and utterly screwed; because somehow, in some way, shape, or form; he was inside Infinity.
(Set during the early days when it was just Captain Daly and his trusty Lieutenant Walton aboard the USS Callister; and although the show 'Space Fleet,' takes place in a wholesome universe, the one that Daly had made for himself did not start out that way.)
- Part 1 of Time To Pretend