A/N: Because @thacmis‘ mer!Charles art is awesome. I actually wrote this a few months back, but I chickened out and never posted it. This fic is gen with a little Cherik, no major warnings I think? Enjoy!
Raven declares game night in the mansion. Sean finds an elephant, Erik inherits one hundred unwanted cats, and Charles scars Hank for life with misdirected dirty thinking. This is five thousand-something words of crack with a dose of schmoop. I’m not sorry. Written for this kink meme prompt: Raven is tired of the boys going off to play chess (if they’re even playing chess!) and pulls out a load of board games from one of the closets in the mansion. Madness ensues.
Written for this prompt: Some of my favorite scenes throughout the whole movie were when Charles was in Teacher!Mode at the mansion and was helping with everyone else’s training. Would love to see scenes during that time when he taught them something important that did not just involve their powers.
Illustrated. Four years after the events of X-Men: First Class, Charles Xavier finds his X-Men on the losing side of their continuing battle with Erik’s Brotherhood. Azazel and Mystique have a child in secret and, unwilling to raise Kurt in the midst of Erik’s war, they give him up to Charles to raise at his school for the gifted. He agrees to do so, on the condition that they visit their son regularly. This leads to tenuous contact between the Brotherhood and the X-Men outside of the battlefield for the first time in years, and both Xavier and Magneto realize that the lines dividing them are not as clear-cut as they previously thought.
Sean has a secondary mutation that allows him to metabolize drugs extremely fast. He has to take a huge amount of a drug for it have any effect at all. The rest of the team (barring Charles) collectively found out about this when Sean got a headache and every painkiller in the mansion disappeared.
Tonight on The Evening Report with Malcolm Stevens, noted geneticist and mutant equality proponent Dr. Charles Xavier faces off with the infamous mutant rights activist Magneto in a live televised debate over the Genetic Nondiscrimination Act.
(At least, if they can stop flirting long enough to stay on topic.)