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Title: Axiom
Author: R.C. McLachlan
Series: Part Three of Theorems
Pairing: Loki/Tony
Word count: 24,337
Warnings: Major character injury, brain death, coma, explicit sex, explicit language, gratuitous misuse of Norse mythology

Summary: The term for a mathematical starting point is an axiom. Loki does not know if there is a word for an ending.

You are standing in a field looking at the stars. Your arms are resting freely at your side, and you see that the distant stars are not moving. Now start spinning. The stars are whirling around you and your arms are pulled away from your body. Why should your arms be pulled away when the stars are whirling? Why should they be dangling freely when the stars don't move?

 
 
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Title: Axiom 
Author: R.C. McLachlan
Series: Part Three of Theorems (previous parts here and here)
Pairing: Loki/Tony
Word count: 10,542/? words
Warnings: Major character injury, brain death, coma, explicit sex, explicit language

Summary: The term for a mathematical starting point is an axiom. Loki does not know if there is a word for an ending.

Loki closes his eyes against the wind and feels as though he’s vibrating inside, resonating, oscillating, and there is a sinusoidal wave equal to this initial phase, reinforced, hitting him hard, and the fundamental frequency splits into a million multiples. Once he hits the right frequency, he will shatter like glass. Tony would no doubt find the comparison hilariously dramatic.

Theirs was a beginning made of explosions, of amused threats and shattered glass. An axiom to remember. Since Loki does not know the word to counter it, there will be no goodbyes. Not yet. The Earth has a week before he is either found triumphant or burdened with new, terrible purpose.

 
 
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Solve for X, by R.C. McLachlan
Tony/Loki
Avengers movie!verse
17,421 words


Summary“Suit yourself, Rudolph,” Stark says, tossing his empty soup bowl down and bringing up another false screen of light, tapping rapidly on it. “Find X.” Stark slides the image over to him, fingers pinning it down to the table, trapping naught but air and offering it as an olive branch. Whatever darkens Stark’s eyes when their gazes meet is not pity, not blame, and there are drops of onion soup in his ridiculous beard. 

Loki slowly reaches over to tap the little X that is revealed once Stark lifts his thumb away and says, “I found it.”

 
 
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Title: Oneiroi
Author: R.C. mclachlan
Artist: miki_moo
Art Link: Art Masterlist
Fandom/Genre: Supernatural, 5.10 AU
Pairing(s): Dean/Castiel, Sam & Castiel friendship
Rating: R/NC-17
Word Count: 55,023
Warnings: Graphic instances of torture, blasphemy, violence, explicit sex, psychological trauma, gratuitous use of Ovid's mythos, and DINOSAURS.
Summary: There is not a dream Castiel does not know, except this one.

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