Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.


Characters: Danny Rand/ Narrative
Setting: The ruins of the School of Thunder, New York
Content: PG
Summary: Danny returns to a home he can barely recognize- but then a lot has happened in 8 months...

A frigid night... )


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Thursday, May 13th, 2010

What happened?

Characters: Luke Cage and Danny Rand
Setting: The School of Thunder New York
Content: R the beating and cursing they are probably gonna lay on each other.
Summary: Luke caught wind his "Brother" was back in town. He got tired of waiting for the invitation.

You don't call, you don't write... )
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Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Showdown at the O.K. Corrall

Characters: Emma Frost, Danny Rand
Setting: The School of Thunder(New York), then the astral plane
Content: R for bloody memories and psychic pseudo-erotica
Summary: Frost looks for the showdown she was denied at the X-Mansion

It was a dark and stormy night... )
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Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

The world is everlasting.

Characters: Wanda, Danny
Setting: School of Thunder martial arts academy, mid-morning
Content: Nothing questionable
Summary: Wanda goes to a professional for help with focus

It's coming and it's going. )
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Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

We won't destroy you, no we will not destroy you...

Characters: Danny Rand, NPC- Luke Cage, OT: Any non-villains, Danny would have made special point of inviting Scott Summers, Professor X, Moira Mctaggart, Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Nick Fury
Setting: Kun Lun Plaza, Central Harlem, New York
Content: PG-PG13
Summary: Danny throws a gala party after 2 years abroad. Meet and greet, possible political scheming.

It was a warm night in Harlem, the perfect night for a party. Kun-Lun Plaza glowed with warm white light, as revelers descended upon it. Wrought iron fencing ran the length of the sidewalks, a large double-gate occupying the corner. Beyond sat a small courtyard of cobbled stone, at the far side of which stood the six-story School of Thunder. The building managed to blend with the redbrick style of the neighbourhood, but the addition of Asian and modernist touches gave it a distinct flair.  )
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