"Good job. I'm saved."
Avengers: Endgame | Ted Lasso 1x05
"Good job. I'm saved."
Avengers: Endgame | Ted Lasso 1x05
Announcement for In Another Life
So lately I've been doing major redrafting for earlier chapters and have fixed a few of the plot mistakes but I'm still working at it. I'm hoping that once I'm finished and have a better understand of the direction of the book I'll be able to write new chapters and continue this story.
Also for some of you asking if I'll be following the plot of the Falcon and Winter Soldier, unfortunately I will not be. Once I watched it I realized a lot of the scenes I had drafted wouldn't work. Before the show had come out, I had to plan a plot that would work and still fit the marvel norm so I think I'll stick with that one since I already have so much of it planned. Of course some things will be mentioned form the show but the plot will be generally different.
A new chapter will be out this Friday so hopefully you'll enjoy it!
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Pairing: Loki x Male!Reader
Summary: You are Tony Stark’s globe-trotting younger brother and after Thanos is defeated you decide to return home. But you are the black sheep of the Stark family. Tony has never approved of any of your decisions or your eccentricities. So maybe its only natural that once you arrive you end up bonding with Loki Laufeyson, the God of outcasts himself.
Part: 1/ I have no effing clue
Note: Loki is referred to as the God of outcasts in the Disney+ series, so just roll with it.
Tony Stark was standing with his arms crossed, scowling, near the elevator in the lobby of Avengers Tower. “Welcome home,” he greeted you apathetically.
You stood in front of the double glass doors wearing a leather jacket over a khaki button-up shirt and black, washed out jeans with a duffle bag thrown over your shoulder. Your Y/E/C eyes were obscured by a pair of thick black glasses and your hair was carefully messy as you crossed the lobby and fell into step beside your older brother, grimacing. To be honest, it wasn’t the worst welcome you had ever received from Tony. “Nice to see you, bro,” you said, punching the Up button on the elevator.
Tony raised his eyebrows at you. “Bro, really?” he said, his tone making you roll your eyes before he even continued. “You’ve been gone without a word for twelve years and now, all of a sudden, we’re bros?”
You scoffed. “Tony, you’re exaggerating,” you tried to reason with your brother. “I’ve Emailed -- Morgan knows me --”
“Morgan?!” Tony spat, cutting you off as the elevator arrived. The two of you stepped inside and he hit the button for the penthouse. “Morgan barely knows your name, Y/N -- she knows Peter better than she knows her own uncle and he wasn’t even in the picture until after she was born. All she’s had from you was a few sporadic video calls.”
You exhaled not quite sure what to say next. You and Tony had never gotten along; not even as children. He was five years older than you and while he had basked in the limelight as the Stark family prodigy you walked away from the family business and never looked back. You had tried explaining things to Tony, but he had never understood -- never wanted to understand pre-Iron Man: How the hell were you supposed to live with yourself knowing that your family was responsible for the deaths of millions of people around the world? You holed up in Singapore for a while and drank yourself into a stupor until you found yourself in S. America, protesting against deforestation. You poured your trust fund into wildlife conservations and developmental housing in third world countries.
There had been a brief moment of understanding between you and Tony after he transformed himself into Iron Man. The two of you were burdened with your father’s legacy of a bullet-ridden, war torn world. Then Ultron happened and Sokovia had been destroyed -- an entire country. Gone. Completely leveled and wiped off the face of the globe. It had been a tragedy and as much as you tried to understand you couldn’t wrap your mind around what Tony had possibly been thinking that led him to believe that eradicating a small country in Eastern Europe would solve the Ultron problem. All Tony told you was that it was an Avenger thing. An Iron Man thing -- a hero thing. You quietly started raising money towards a fund to rebuild Sokovia. The Accords had been the last straw. To throw himself into world saving as a private agent was one thing but to sell himself and the rest of the Avengers -- the most powerful people in the world -- out to the US military was like a slap in the face to all of your morals.
Aside from a few rambling Emails and grainy video calls that lasted no longer than thirty minutes, you never spoke to Tony again.
“So what is it, exactly, you’re doing here?” Tony asked, pulling you out of your stupor when the doors opened to the penthouse common room. “Starting a medical marijuana farm upstate or something?”
“Very funny,” you laughed humorlessly, stepping off the elevator and looking around. The common room looked exactly as you had imagined it -- over the top. Two circular leather sofas were situated around an enormous curving flat-screen with a panoramic view of NYC as a backdrop. There were small square end tables, laden with bowls of fruit and expensive wooden coasters. Knowing your brother the way you did, you were certain that both the tables and the coasters were made of only the finest -- and rarest -- wood in the world. If you hadn’t been devoted to getting along with Tony you might have asked him what any of these things had to do with being a superhero. “I’m enrolled at Columbia -- business school. I want to start a different kind of charity -- something big. International and devoted to helping the world get un-fucked up after the Blip. But I’ll never get the investors I need if I don’t seem legit.”
Tony paused inside the galley kitchen just off the common room and leaned against a black quartz island countertop. “And you think taking classes at Columbia will make you seem legit?” he raised his eyebrows at you.
You shrugged and sat your duffle bag down on the floor beside the island before sitting on the stool farthest away from Tony. You clasped your hands together and said, “It’s a start, right?”
Just then you heard the sound of voices and turned to see Natasha, Thor, Bruce, and a tall, pale brunette you recognized but had never met before. Although you had only ever met the others in passing. You weren’t friends with any of them even though they were all friendly.
Nat paused and crossed her arms, smiling at you. “Well, hello, Y/N,” she greeted you. “Long time no see.”
“A very long time,” Thor said, grabbing two bottles of water out of the fridge and handing one to the tall younger man beside him. “This is my brother, Loki.”
You waved curtly at the God of mischief. “Hello, Loki,” you smiled at him.
Loki said nothing as he took the water Thor offered him and moved to a cupboard on the other side of the room to grab a drinking glass. “I didn’t know you had a brother, Stark,” he said, pouring the water into the glass.
You pouted at Tony. “You haven’t told them about me -- Tony, I’m hurt.”
Tony scoffed. “Well, considering we spend most of our time on opposite sides of the globe it wouldn’t exactly be an understatement to say we aren’t close.”
Natasha sat down beside you and asked, “So what brings you here?”
“College,” you told her, returning her smile.
“And you decided to stay here while you’re enrolled?” Nat asked.
You grinned up at Tony. “For as long as my big bro will have me.”
Tony merely exhaled, staring down at you.
Bruce clapped him on the shoulder with a playful smile. “Don’t worry -- I’ve got the cops on speed dial.”
At this, you burst out laughing. “The cops wouldn’t touch him if he came after me. Not that they’d be able to.” You bit your tongue to keep from adding that Iron Man was the important Stark brother. You turned back to Loki. “So you tried to invade the city with an alien army?”
Thor and Loki exchanged confused glances.
Loki turned back to you and said, “There was some mind control involved but, technically, yes. I did.”
“That’s too bad,” you laughed. “You should have destroyed the city instead.”
Loki looked at you as if questioning your sanity. “I beg your pardon?”
“Hey!” Tony barked at you. “Can we please not give the alien dictator any more bad ideas?”
“Stark,” Thor said with a hint of warning in his voice, causing Tony to glower at him.
Natasha nudged you warily and muttered under her breath, “Apologize.” Out of all of the Avengers, Nat had been the only one you were remotely close to.
“Alright, alright,” you said, raising your hands to signal peace. “I’m very sorry if I offended you, Mr. Odinson, with my terrible sense of humor.”
“More confused than offended, really,” Loki said. “Tell me, why exactly should I have destroyed the city?” He sounded sincerely curious.
You got to your feet and grabbed your duffel bag off the floor. “Global warming,” you told him as you started to head towards the elevator.
Harley: it’s only an unpaid internship if you don’t steal enough office supplies.
Steve: Stealing is wrong.
Peter: You mean unpaid internships? I agree.
Tony: Go for the printer toner. It’s worth more than gold.
Harley: Fantastic advice
Kiss me once Then, kiss me twice Then, kiss me once again It's been a long, long time
Hawkeye and his faces. A blessing.
THIS steve with THIS bucky
So we know that the Avengers time traveled to get the infinity stones. We also know that Wanda realizing her scarlet witch powers essentially led to a disruption in the timeline (might be getting this wrong which is why I'm asking the question I'm asking). We know that Sylvie killed Kang and it messed up the sacred timeline. And then of course the NWH trailer where Dr. Strange does a spell it causes different Spiderman characters leak into this universe.
My question is, are these considered separate instance of time and space? Cause we have a sacred timeline, but we also have the multiverse and everything in the "What If?" series so I'm a bit confused and I need to clarify this for writing purposes.
GUYS- After the whole Vormir sheez, when Tony asked if she has family and Steve only said them, what if it's not because he didn't know about her chaotic russian family but he did AND HE KNEW THEY WERE SNAPPED?!
Kamala e stark!
Peter snaps instead of tony!
Note: these are just my personal favorites!
What if Peter survived the snap instead of Tony? What if Peter wielded that gauntlet and destroyed Thanos? With one snap, everything changes, and now Peter and his loved ones are faced with the aftermath as they pick up the pieces. However, no matter how crazy this turn of events was, Peter doesn't regret it. It was all for the greater good.
He was supposed to do it... Not him.
*What if Peter was the one to wield the Infinity stones and reverse the snap?*
Peter has the gauntlet, the stones already in place. Aliens are beginning to swarm him and in the overwhelming panic that begins to consume, he does the only thing he can think of. He shoves his hand into the gauntlet.
He had had his kid back for an hour? Two hours? That didn’t matter. It was like when the first snap happened. He felt hollow. There would be no late-night runs to fast-food places. No excited rambling when he found something new.
From across the battlefield, his eyes meet Tony's. And Peter realises, shaking, that he cannot let Tony die. He breathes. Ash fills his lungs, suffocating him as he raises an arm, a single gauntlet forming. The world watches with bated breaths, as for a moment, Peter Parker wields the power of the gods. Then, he curls his fingers in. And snaps.
Everyone knows Peter isn't an average 15 year old boy- he is way stronger and smarter than average. If he snapped rather than Tony, how would things have changed?
Evolution of Wanda's hair, part 1
I can’t draw but i thought of this idea and wanted to make it
Hawkeye and his faces. A blessing.
My "Disney" Villains Inktober 2021 Series!
Day 16: Thanos
You can buy this 4"x6" artwork (which includes the frame!) on my website!
It is an original art piece, so, there's only this one! 💜