31 Jan 2015
Bilbo has been banished from Erebor, and all he really wants is his pipe and his lovely Bag End. However, when a dark haired Hobbit appears before him and begins to tell a tale full of darkness and pain and suffering, Bilbo realizes his quest might have only just begun. Apparently, only Bilbo can save Middle Earth . . . he just has to learn to trust this Frodo Underhill.
Apology and Explanation Inside!
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17 Jan 2021
Fíli lived his life by an old dwarven proverb: when a fool drops a treasure, a wise man picks it up (it sounded better in the original khuzdul).
Bella Baggins never quite fit in the Shire. Perhaps she was made for the mountains, instead.
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16 Jan 2021
Harry isn’t the Boy-Who-Lived, but his parents still died, and Albus Dumbledore, concerned that Death Eaters might seek the boy’s death, cast a powerful charm on him to make wizards ignore him before Harry was left with the Dursleys. Except, with the Elder Wand in play, the charm was far too powerful, and made others essentially forget Harry existed when not directly interacting with him. Sorted into Ravenclaw at Hogwarts, Harry lives a contented life with no one either loving or hating him…until the charm breaks on his seventeenth birthday, and he’s suddenly plunged directly into the middle of a living world at war.
- Part 4 of From Litha to Lammas 2020
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
26 Apr 2020
When Sirius runs away in 1976, Regulus starts writing him letters he never intends to send. They're simply a way to talk about all the things he can't say out loud to anyone - a chronicle of his descent into the Death Eaters, and the eventual realisation that he made all the wrong choices.
In 1997, Harry is searching for the Locket-Horcrux at Grimmauld Place. Instead, he finds a stack of yellowed parchment that not only tells a tale that's more captivating than it has any right to, but might also hold the key to information on the remaining Horcruxes. Regulus Black installed a failsafe.
Though neither Regulus, nor Harry, Hermione, Ron, and Sirius expected the result of the ritual to be quite this literal. With an Ex-Death Eater who was assumed to be dead in their midst, the Horcrux-hunt goes a bit differently. Regulus is mostly conflicted if his unexpected second chance is really worth all the trouble his company keeps putting him in.
Spoiler: It is. He just likes to complain.
John Watson is utterly BAMF and basically a goddamn madman. Following are stories of him in Afghanistan and him in London, being the craziest bastard ever (Sherlock is besotted).