i lost it there and told him who he reminded me of and he said he gets that at least once a week but has never watched the show

Jon/Daenerys fanfiction: Brave enough to yield

Summary: Jon Snow comes to visit Daenerys at Dragonstone after the events of Season 6, and learns of his true parentage. He and Daenerys are both stubborn, and find it difficult to trust each other. A shared tragedy brings them closer together. Told from Daenerys’s point of view.

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Jon had refused to kneel, when he first came to Dragonstone. He’d stood before her, in well-tailored furs clearly made by someone else’s hand, and simply declined. Dany had been insulted. She was also intrigued. How many men would refuse the Mother of Dragons, the most beautiful woman in the world?

Stubbornness ran deep in Jon, she soon learned. She’d had the idea to form an alliance with him, and seduce him, as soon as she heard of his visit. She’d plotted as he traveled from Winterfell, with Tyrion’s help.

“He’ll be as intractable as a mule. Slightly more handsome, though,” Tyrion had told her, and winked.

Tyrion had been right. Jon promised his army with some reluctance, but he was cold to her advances. It stung more than she expected. She wasn’t immune to loneliness herself. She’d felt a childish swelling of hope when she’d learned that she might not be the last of her line, that another dragon might walk the earth. But Jon kept her mostly at a distance, though she saw him staring at her once or twice. Perhaps there was some truth to the saying that Northern men had ice in their veins.

Jon took to Rhaegal, at least. Dany envied how quickly he’d developed a bond with the beast. It had taken her months to feel the presence of Drogon’s mind, once he was fully grown. Jon had managed to connect with the green dragon in a matter of days. It had made her job of convincing him of his true heritage easier. That, and Varys’s scroll from Howland Reed had left Jon with no room for doubt.

Jon himself might not say much, but the news he brought of the terror north of the Wall had turned Dany’s mission on its head. She’d sailed across the Narrow Sea prepared to do battle in Westeros. She’d arrived on shore ready to take what was hers, as was her right, and reclaim the Iron Throne at King’s Landing. Then Jon confirmed Varys’s whispers of the White Walkers, and the wights, and priorities had shifted to protecting the realm. They needed weapons, and weapons, according to Jon, meant fire, and dragonglass.

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Fire, and powerful fire at that, they had in abundance, thanks to Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion. But the dragonglass was more elusive. Dozens of Unsullied had scoured the castle and come back empty-handed. Dany was not a patient woman by nature, and was ready to move on. Yet Tyrion insisted they search the caverns beneath Dragonstone once more.

“I’ll hear no more about dragonglass, Lord Tyrion.” Dany tucked into their meager breakfast. The stores of food were depleting fast. But she’d traveled enough under rough conditions to eat whatever was before her.As she saw Jon scrape his plate clean, she thought the same might be true of him.

Tyrion had a more discerning palate, and picked at the stale bread and hard cheese with distaste. “We need all the weapons we can find, my queen.”

Dany rolled her eyes. Would Tyrion not let this go? “Has it slipped your mind, Lord Tyrion, the days we’ve spent searching arrived?”

“Hardly, Your Grace. But I did receive an interesting raven just this morning. Apparently we haven’t been looking in the right place.” Tyrion, naturally, made a show of revealing his secret. He brought the scroll out from under his green tunic with a flourish.

Dany didn’t recognize the seal. “Who sent it?”

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Untamed (Part One)

Genre: Fluff, Sci-Fi, Jimin

Word Count: 3982

Summary: “Didn’t they warn you that I was an untamed?”

A/N: I’m so sorry for not posting anything lately. I’ve been trying to put together a bunch of stuff so that the beginning of the school year won’t go post-free. Didn’t really work out like I wanted, but here’s another Jimin series thing. Should be shorter and better than the last one…and more spaced out.

–Admin Dolly

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The Beacon

She can’t help but be amazed by the sight before her, the moon reflecting off the ocean; the stars twinkling like diamonds in the pitch black sky.  It makes her feel like she is in another world, allows her to imagine another life. It’s the entire reason she came here, as a way to escape.

She knows Brandon is likely concerned, probably pacing back and forth on the grounds surrounding her home as he awaits her return. She had refused to allow him to come with her, telling him she simply needed some time alone and that she wasn’t concerned about anyone bothering her.  She was just going down to the beach, she had said, not to Grand Central Station.  He had told her she was making his job very hard, to which she responded that it was good that she was the one paying him then.

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Arrow 4.03 - Restoration

I think I was legitimately more excited for this episode than I was for the premiere. It was pretty close, at any right. See, while I knew, coming into this season, that we were going to get Olicity, my Original Team Arrow heart was a little less sure of its place in this new world. We’d been teased that the “new Team Arrow” had been doing amazingly well over the hiatus, that they were this well-oiled machine, that they didn’t “need” Oliver and Felicity. We worried that maybe the days of Original Team Arrow were over, or – at the very least – that we wouldn’t see them together in all their glory for a long while.

Not only did the last two episodes show that this well-oiled machine was, in fact, a little rusty, but that it also wasn’t really a “team”. Seeing OTA in action again really proved just how valuable and important this team – this family – is to the show. You know that saying, “Bitches get shit done”? Well, after learning that OTA was the one to get the team’s first real lead in three months, I’d like to amend that saying to “Original Team Arrow gets shit done.”

As if we didn’t know that already. 

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Out of the Ashes, The Ghosts That We Knew

Out of the Ashes, part 21/?
Rose Tyler, human!Tenth Doctor (AU)
Rating: teen
Beta: rudennotgingr
Rose Tyler is used to being alone, having learned the hard way that, eventually, everyone disappears.  After losing the one person she dared to believe wouldn’t leave her, she stops trying to believe that anything will last.  She’s determined that no one will hurt her or her son again.
Genres: hurt/comfort/romance
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Every gear in James’ head jammed at the sight of Charley, overwhelmed by the influx of memories and seriously negative emotions.

“I didn’t realize you were back in the country,” she said, smiling at him.  Smiling.  God, the things he used to do to make her smile, stupid things…wasteful things, as it turned out.  His ribs suddenly felt a couple sizes too small and shrinking, every breath becoming more difficult.

“Yeah,” he managed finally. “Have been for…a while.“

"Suppose that really means you’re leaving soon then,” she remarked.  "Two weeks, that’s the rule, right?“

"It’s…it’s not really a rule,” he mumbled, tugging at his ear uncomfortably.  He glanced to the side, catching sight of Rose looking between them with wide eyes, and nearly groaned.  "Sorry, Rose, this is Charlotte Pollard–no!  Davies, now, isn’t it?“  He regarded the man standing next to Charley cooley.  "How are you, Paul?  Nice to see you’ve given up the dream of becoming a Disney princess and gotten an adult haircut–shame about the height.”

“Your girlfriend never seemed to mind it,” Paul replied, arching a brow.

“Well, standards are falling everywhere.”

“I don’t suppose we could be adult about this,” Charley sighed.

“Absolutely not,” James answered.  "Why would I?  After all, I never wanted to grow up, isn’t that what you said?“

The whole argument tumbled through his mind, raised voices and angry words that had swiftly laid to ruin something he’d been so sure of.

"You know who you are?  You’re Peter Pan.  The little boy who never wanted to grow up.”

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Stuck With You, 4/?

Malcolm Tucker, Rose Tyler

In a parallel world, Malcolm Tucker doesn’t return to government after being bested by Steve Fleming, instead taking a lucrative offer to be personal spin doctor to the wealthy Peter Tyler.  It’s all fun and games until the daughter Pete never had comes to stay.  DW-The Thick of It crossover fic.

Genre:hurt/comfort, romance

Written with the lovely dryadalis, with the lovelythedoctordanceswithrose contributing her mad beta skills.

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Chapter 3: Battle Plans

There’s a certain kind of euphoria that Rose gets when she’s full of adrenaline; it’s what made her not mind the running, despite jumping head-first into her life of adventure and excitement when she hadn’t seen the inside of a gym in a few years. As she pushes herself faster, the treadmill automatically adjusting for her speed, she searches for that feeling desperately so that the numbness still lingering in her body will disappear.

It’s been three weeks since she and Jackie arrived in this new Universe, and Rose would be lying if she said she was settled. Though a lot of things still remind her of home, it’s the little things that let her know she’s out of place; the zeppelins, the soldiers guarding the entrances and exits of the various parts of the city, the way this world is overly suspicious of anything foreign. The second night on this world she had researched its history, learning how World War Two had lasted for ten years, how the Cold War had been between China and nearly all of Europe, how America separated as a consequence of its civil war. It made her feel lonely; the Doctor would have loved learning about how this Earth had diverged from her own, about the technological differences and how one could buy a robotic maid but couldn’t fly in anything faster than a zeppelin. She wouldn’t have minded the adventure with him by her side, but now it’s like she’s stuck in a cage that serves to keep reminding her of all she’s lost.

When not studying and thinking of the Doctor, she’s surviving on coffee and adrenaline, taking cat naps here and there so that her trainers won’t be suspicious about her sleeping habits. Pete had been as good as his word on getting her put in the advanced class, and while she’s miles ahead of most of her class in running, critical thinking, and average on hand-to-hand combat, her marks in weaponry are lousy. She had come here to the gym to work out her frustrations since her weapons instructor had threatened to fail her if she didn’t get it through her mind that the guns are required.

Plus, there’s the issue of the interview. She pushes the thought away, not wanting to think about that until the last possible second.

Unfortunately, Tucker proves once again to be too smart for his own good, and finds her three minutes later. “Well, if it isn’t my least favorite Wonder Woman. I thought I told you to be dressed an hour ago,” he growls, and yanks the cord on the machine when she ignores him.

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