anonymous asked:

I feel like I've read ever Sterek fic, than you post a new tag and it shows me how big the Sterek world is. So in honor of our beautiful and wonderful Sterek world, that will never die. I ask you for another tag. Pack vacation.

We try not to add too many tags bb, otherwise the archive gets too difficult to search though.  We’ve got the “pack as family” and “pack fluff” tags which would suit this ask well.  Here’s a list for you though!  -Emmy

Originally posted by i-long-to-travel-the-world

And I Give What You Give and We Go Even Higher Than We Are Strong by Marishna

(960 I Explicit I Complete)

Stiles: R those my sox?
Derek: You took at least three pairs of mine.
Stiles: WRong!
Stiles: took 4. ha!
Stiles: i do like those sexy legs
Derek: You nerd.

In which the college-aged male pack members take a week of vacation at a cabin on a lake and Stiles and Derek make the best of it.

Buried in Dust by Biting_the_Sun 

(1,312 I General I Complete)

If Stiles thought holding it all in was painful, he was wrong.  

Self-forgiveness felt more painful - like extracting poison, removing dust and allowing light to illuminate places within which had grown dark for too long.
A Pack Vacation/Bed Sharing Fic

Swim by rainsoakedshoes 

(2,746 I Explicit I Complete)

“I thought it might be a bit cooler by the water,” Stiles said. “But I was wrong.”
“The waters nice though,” Derek pointed out. He edged forward so he was sitting on the very edge of the dock, and his feet were submerged in the water.
“You thinking about a little moonlight swim?” Stiles teased, knocking shoulders with Derek.

Family Vacation by CommitmentIssues 

(2,806 I General I WIP)

Continuation of that other one I wrote, Derek and Stiles decides that a family camping trip will be good for their unit. The two have decidedly different views on what camping entails.

“Hey Derek, where’d you put the meat for the trip?” Stiles asks, skimming his long list of camping essentials. Hot dogs over the fire is an absolute necessity as far as he’s concerned and since, you know, werewolves being strong, they could even bring a pan to cook steaks or whatever in.

“Why would we bring meat?” Derek absently responds, looking over his own list for packtivities.

“Um… To eat?”

“We’ll just hunt our meat.”

Stiles twitches.

Bonding at the Beach House by cyanideshipping 

(3,700 I Teen I WIP)

Derek insists that the pack go to his beach house as an opertunity to get to know each other better and establish more trust, will the pack become closer? Will Derek throw stiles out the window? Why did he let him sit in the front passenger seat.

The Sloth to My Tree by decideophobia 

(4,661 I Teen I Complete)

Derek doesn’t admit that everything about Stiles doesn’t just makes him weak in the knees, but melts all of his bones, and makes his heart lurch, and his head spin; doesn’t admit that Stiles makes him feel a lot of things he was sure he’d not feel again for a long, long time.

Both, Mine by clawstoagunfight 

(5,551 I Explicit I Complete)  *Scott/Stiles/Isaac

After a grueling junior year, Scott makes a spur-of-the-moment decision to take his dad up on an offer to spend some time at his beach house. Scott brings Stiles and Isaac with him in the hopes of finally getting them to start acting less like they simply tolerate each other and more like they’re actually pack.

The Newlywed Game by Captain_Loki 

(19,569 I Mature I Complete)

Stiles is (still) single when the pack’s getaway to the Caribbean comes by (oh misplaced optimism); lucky for him Derek is committed to being uncommitted and even after all these years is still powerless against Stiles’ unique forms of persuasion.

Cue a romantic getaway for two: sun, sand, and sarcasm abound…and the two roped into competing in the Resort’s version of the Newlywed game. Only it’s completely obvious it’s going to end in disaster. Probably homicide.

Most probably homicide.

Plot twist: It doesn’t.

Slow Burn by Boy_On_Strings

( 69,728 I Explicit I Complete)

Derek takes the pack on a vacation to a beach. Derek and Stiles are forced to share a room after Allison and Scott claim one room and Lydia claims another for her and Jackson. This leads the two towards bonding and more.

Titans are humans are titans etc.

You know how the diameter of the most external wall, Wall Maria, is 960 km, enclosing an area almost twice as large as modern Germany.

You also know that the wall people amount to 2,5 million, against the 82 millions of modern Germany. 

Yet the menace of a famine is always present, and the overpopulation connected to the lack of farming land is often pointed out.

Now, modern agricultural techniques definitely allow a higher yield of the land, but even assuming that farming technology is stuck at its medieval level, medieval Germany still had 8-10 millions inhabitants, many more than the Walled World.

Now I would think that there is some exaggeration in the wall measurements, but Isayama has stated that the climate in the south is markedly different from the one in the north (where snow is almost perennial): therefore the walled territory must span at least the latitude necessary to encompass such a change: the almost 1000km stated fit the bill nicely.

What conclusion may we derive? Simple: the people inside the walls suffer from famine because they are much bigger than normal people: so big that such an extended area is not sufficient to feed a meager 2.5 million of them.

For short, they’re titans.

(credits to this post for the picture)