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Crawl To Your Foothill

Gabriel's secret is out, but he doesn't seem too eager to jump into his brothers' squabble. He'd be a useful ally, but Dean's got bigger problems to deal with than a reluctant archangel. But it's when Gabriel stops by with an offer for Dean that things get interesting.

All titles from The Tea Party's The Messenger.

(1) Not Expecting To Collide: Dean has a problem. Gabriel’s willing to lend a hand. (Or two.)

(2) A Minute I Let My Guard Down: Sam finds out about them by accident.

(3) This Desire I Can’t Kill: Dean likes it when Castiel visits ― just not on nights when Gabriel is around.

(4) What Our Fears Were All About: Dean’s got determination and balls to spare but that’s worth squat against the Devil. Too bad the only person powerful enough to make a difference can’t be bothered to lift a finger to help.

(5) Could Almost Touch Heaven: The Apocalypse is nigh and the Winchesters have lost their best chance of taking out the Devil. (Dean isn’t thinking about the fact that he may have lost more than that.)

(NB: Stories without active links are forthcoming.)
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Courage So Rare

Amazing cover graphic made by [livejournal.com profile] seryan.

It is curious that physical courage should be so common in the world and moral courage so rare. ~ Mark Twain

An AU of the 2003 series, including some elements from Brotherhood.

(1) Knowledge In Pursuit: The military’s newest State Alchemist was a genius. And a prodigy. And a brat.

(2) Even To Live: All in all, Roy thought he’d rather face rogue chimera than accept help from the specialist Central had sent.

(3) What Is Demanded of Genius: When half of Central HQ went up in flames late one night, the military focused on the obvious suspect.

(4) Pleases the Eyes Only: Elric’s temper had gotten him into trouble again. Getting him out of it would require a bit of creativity on Roy’s part.

(5) The Outcome of Despair: Roy had been so busy wanting to strangle the kid that he’d forgotten that they all had reasons for accepting the military’s leash.

(6) The Worst Cowardice: Maes had always had a knack for making Roy confront uncomfortable truths.

(7) Build Your Wings: Plotting high treason was a delicate game; Edward was a dangerously unpredictable complication.

(8) More Important Than Fear: Edward’s knowledge of alchemy was encyclopedic, but his grasp of tactics was far less so.

(9) Passing Contentment: There was no array to repair the pieces of a shattered life.

(NB: Stories without active links are forthcoming.)

Comments and feedback welcome! Thanks for reading.


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