You had been there several months now as an addition to the team, but mostly to keep an eye on Loki. After everything that had happened on Asgard Loki had been banished. The Asgardians had demanded his death, but his brother, Thor, had offered the God of mischief mercy, sending him back to earth to serve the very people he had so desperately tried to kill when he first arrived on earth.
When you had first learned of the real reason for your promotion you had been furious. Fury knew as well as anyone else what Loki had done to you. You could still hear his voice in your head sometimes, ordering you to kill innocent people. You had been under his spell, just like Clint, and there had been nothing you could do about it. You had been in the wrong plac
You had joined the Avengers nearly a year ago after you had helped capture one of the most dangerous of men in the nine realms, Loki Laufeyson. A lot had changed since then. Loki had been in a prison for over six months when Fury thought he could be a valuable asset to the Avengers team. Everyone had objected, even though Loki seemed to have changed.
‘Loki does not change,’ Thor had said. ‘No matter how much I want to believe him. He has lied to me about everything. I do not know if I will ever be able to trust him.’
‘Don’t forget he tried to kill us all at least twice!’ Tony had added.
Fury had ignored every objection and had let Loki out of his cell. Over the last couple of months you had started to enjoy his company more and mo
"Hey (Y/n)" Nat answered first.
"Hey Nat" You greeted.
"Hellooooo ladies" Tony purred from behind his bar.
"Hey Ironass" You replied.
"Meanie" Tony pouted.
"HELLO SISTER WIDOW, SISTER (Y/N) AND BROTHER IRONASS!" Thor boomed answering his call.
"Indoor voices Thor" You replied.
"Apologies" Thor said quieter.
"I prefer brother Anthony" Tony chipped in.
"Lady (Y/n) said to call you Brother Ironass" Thor replied.
"And by said I paid him with poptarts" You added.
"Nice" Nat sniggered.
"Your all mean" Tony scowled.
"Hey guys" Steve chirped joining in.
"Hey cap" You replied keeping your focus on your target.
"Hi" Bruce spoke up.
"Hey science bro" Tony gri
You were wobbling nervously on your feet. You had obviously heard of the Avengers after everything that happened in New York the last couple of years, but even though you were a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, you had never actually met them.
You had only been an agent in training during the attack of New York and when S.H.I.E.L.D. got attacked by Hydra you were knocked unconscious by one of the members of the S.T.R.I.K.E. team. You were one of the few agents Fury still fully trusted.
When he had come to you only several days ago to ask you to join the Avengers, you had laughed in his face.
‘I don’t have any special powers!’ you had cried out.
Fury had frowned at you, probably remembering your ‘vibes’, as you called your instinctive shivers you would get every time something bad was going to happen.
‘You may think you are not special, ag
You looked around you, seeing at least a dozen more eyes gazing at you. Thor had told you to stay behind the wall, waiting for them to attack first, but you were getting impatient. The sooner this would be over with, the happier you were.
Without listening to any of Thor’s objections you ran out of hiding, a battle cry welling from your throat. Within seconds you were surrounded. You ducked as one of them lashed out to you. You were only just able to avoid being knocked to the ground. You turned your swords around in your hands again and stormed after them, thrusting your swords into their weak spots, causing them to fall to the ground immediately. You cut of several of their heads and wiped the sweat off your
Most people were already fast asleep, their soft snoring contributing to the melodic unity of sounds that penetrated your apartment. In the dim light of your computer screen, you were working on a project you had to finish before the next morning.
Your eyes started to feel heavy, but you couldn’t give in to the lingering sleep yet. Just a few more adjustments and you would be done. You rubbed your eyes and stretched your arms out above your head. The glowing red light of your alarm clock told you it was already three in the morning. In less than five hours you would have to be at the office again. While you were working on the last few details your eyes started to feel heavier and heavier, until after a few minutes you had fallen asleep be
Tony has logged on
Clint has logged on
'Uggh Fury makes me want to shoot myself in these meetings! - Clint'
'Ikr? I'm so bored it's not even funny anymore - (Y/n)'
'Why is Natasha glaring at me? - Tony'
'Me and (Y/n) pranked her and blamed it on you - Clint'
'WHAT?! SHE COULD KILL ME WITH HER THIGHS! I DON'T WANT TO DIE BY THIGHS! - Tony'
'Not a bad way to go tho. Nat does have a rockin body - (Y/n)'
'Amen - Clint'
'Please tell me you like girls and would be open to a threesome (Y/n)? - Tony'
'I'm bi and yep just not with you - (Y/n)'
'Apply cold water to burned area - Clint'
Bruce has logged on
Bruce has changed his name to The Booty
'............. - The Booty'
'Hahahahaha! - Tony'
'Nice one (Y/n) - Clint'
'Please change it back - The Booty'
'Nope - (Y/n)'
Loki has logged on
Thor has logged on
'HELLO BROTHERS AND SISTER! - Thor'
'Damit Thor what have we said about caps lock?! - Tony'
'Tony! Don't be mean to Thor you dick! - (Y/n)'
'Apologies - Thor'
"Tony, stop playing with the stove!" you yell, pulling him out of the kitchen. You carry him in your arms. "I always thought you guys were like children, but not like this!"
Shit. You've got 9 little kids running around the practically infinite Tower.
Okay, I can handle this until Pepper gets back. Then she'll handle Tony, who's most of the trouble. Maybe I can call Phil! He'd at least take care of Steve, maybe Bucky and Sam. CRAP. WHERE'S CLINT AND NATASHA?!
All of a sudden, a bit of flaring red cartwheels past you.
"Natasha, get back here, you frickin' gymnast!" you shout.
"No!" she shouts.
You motion for the air to swirl around her and pick her up.
He hadn’t even begin to contemplate the weirdness of it all. He, the rightful ruler of Asgard, was walking along a cleaning aisle with the same group of people he had tried to kill just a few years ago.
‘What did Pepper say she needed again?’ Loki heard Natasha wonder out loud. He knew she was talking to Tony, but as usual the man with the iron tin can as a suit, was ignoring her and walked straight for the large refrigerator with fresh meat.
‘Just take one of those boxes on the top,’ Clint Barton told Natasha instead.
Jane and Thor broke up about a year ago. The only reason Thor has stayed in contact with Midgard is his promise to protect the people and his friends. His friends are the Avengers. Although there has been a new addition to the team, since he left to take care of something in Asgard.
Her superhero name is Wonder. She has the ability to sense someone’s emotions and move things with her mind. She has the power to understand normal objects that people normally don’t. Such as JARVIS the poor AI, everyone takes him for granted.
Her real name is (First) (Last). She is currently sitting in the living room of the Tower reading a book. Trying to drown out everyone’s feelings that she could sense. (First) does not like invading others personal space and emotions.
“No Tony.” I responded as he walks into the room.
“You said you didn’t like reading people without their permission.”
“Yeah I said that before you kept hitting on
“Agents,” Hill greeted them. “I imagine you're all wondering why you're here.”
“I'm more curious as to why you're here,” Tony stated. “Just can't get enough of me, huh?” She ignored him and continued to speak.
“After the last attack on the Earth, we've been widening our search to find more recruits for the Avengers team.”
That got everyone's attention.
Bruce frowned. “Please, Agent Hill. We don't need anyone else.” And one could certainly understand his reasoning. The poor guy didn't need anyone else being in the danger zone in case the other guy decided to rear his head.
“Yes, Mjolnir will more than suffice for any of our enemies.”
You know they all pretend
Keep you in the dark
And so it all began
Light was always shining upon you in the great halls of Asgard. You were one of Thor and Loki’s loyal friends, a fierce fighter with a heart of gold, and… a woman. But tonight the lights didn’t seem to shine so bright, for Odin, king of Asgard, had cast out his first born, Thor.
You were sitting in one of the rooms in the palace overlooking Asgard. A warm fire heated up your cheeks. The rest of your friends were still defeated because they had lost Thor and above all Loki had just confessed he had told Heimdall to warn Odin you had gone to Jotunheim. You weren’t sure if the rest was grateful or angry.
You could see something was bothering Loki and as the rest returned to their chambers, you decided to confront him.
Send in your skeletons
Sing as their bones go marching in again
They need you buried deep
The secrets that you keep are ever ready
Are you ready?
Lemon scented cleaning products and bleach filled your nostrils as you took in a deep breath. Today was cleaning day; the one day out of the year where your house didn't look like a complete mess due to the two children that wrecked the house the other 364 days; your husband Thor and your daughter (d/n). You just love them to death but boy, did they make a mess of things such as blowing up electronics, causing small fires, overflowing the sink, and the list goes on. So after the last time where both Thor and (d/n) managed to blow up the neighborhood water main, you gave them jobs that they would be the lease likely to screw up while you took on the heavy chores. So here you were.
After cleaning out the kitchen of its strange mold monsters hiding in the fridge and the burn marks that littered the ceiling, you finally made your way to the living room. Your hopeful smile instantly turned into a frown when you saw the Asgardian hammer, oth
Natasha and Sam were right, he should go out more. He just hadn't been able to force himself. It felt safe in his home and at the gym. Even on missions he could forget for a few minutes what he had lost. Now that S.H.I.E.L.D. and Peggy were both gone, he should just get on with his life.
'Are you going to sit there all day?' A familiar voice asked.
Steve turned around and smiled, seeing his old friend, Bucky, standing behind him. After cutting his hair again and putting on some normal clothes he almost seemed the old Bucky again.
'How did you know I was here?'
'Sam told me.'
'Of course he did.'
Bucky sighed. 'He is worried about you, Steve. Everyone is. It's been nearly a year since S.H.I.E.L.D. fell and you have been going
Well, Excuse Me, Princess
A/N: Small rating for cursing. I put this on here though I only put like one or two curse words in a story. O.o better safe than sorry, I guess.
Agent Phil Coulson found himself walking down the elaborate halls of a huge stone castle. He was sent here by Director Fury to recruit an old friend of his, who also happened to be a friend of Phil’s as well. So even though the location was this haunted mansion, he happily accepted his mission.
As he was walking, Phil heard all sorts of sounds mixing into the shadows. Things were whispering, warning that someone new was in the castle. There was no doubt in Phil’s mind that the master of the castle now knew of his arrival there, but no one was sent to greet him.
Truthfully, this place gave him the creeps. But S.H.I.E.L.D. agents show no fear, and Phil was a master of hiding his emotions. Except excitement, that one usually got the better of him. So he kept wandering those
"Yeah. Damn Pierce...," she responds.
"How do you like your coffee?"
You toss a tablespoonful of instant coffee grains in the air, which are instantly caught by water floating in midair. The browning water swirls over to above your palm, where a small (f/c) flame bursts into life. Once the water is heated, it moves through the air to the cup standing in front of Natasha.
"You know, (Y/n), we really could use a girl of your talents in the Avengers," she reminds you.
"Nat, if you need me, just do what you guys always do, and call me."
She takes a sip from her coffee before responding. "What if we can't?"
"I'll know if something's wrong."
You teleport across the living room. "Magic," you say like you're some TV character. You teleport back to her.
She chuckles, sipping her coffee.
"Scrambled eggs?" you a
You shrugged. “I have to learn sometime. Might as well be...right now.” You had been watching Thor with Mjolnir for several minutes. Lightning and electricity were not particularly in your elemental wheelhouse, but you were willing to try it out. After all, if you could bend water and air to make clouds, how hard would it be?
“I do not want you to get hurt. The Man of Iron is the only one able to withstand my attacks.” The large Asgardian had been reluctant from the moment you had asked. He probably didn't think a normal person could handle that kind of power. After all, no one besides him could even lift that hammer. But then again, you weren't a normal person. And you were ready to try something different.
“Thor, I can already work with water and air. I'm sure a little bit of electricity--”
Your response was cut short as he shot a bolt at you. You flew back into the wall,
"Steve, control him."
"Oh no, I'm not wearing underwear today!"
"Honestly, Steve, this is too much."
"Not that you probably care-"
"We don't, Tony. Believe me, we could give two shits about your underwear."
"Or lack thereof."
"Much about my underwear-"
"Steve, make him stop."
"You're going to have to," Fury warns, bouncing the child on his knee. "We're all going to have to, until we figure out how to turn her back into an adult."
"How did this even happen?" Tony asks.
"Remember that one time she turned us into toddlers?" Bruce reminds them. "I think she messed up the same spell as last time and this is the result."
"So we have to take care of her for a slip-up she made?!" Clint exclaims. "That makes no sense!"
Steve asks, "And how many 'slip-ups' have you made that she helped you take care of?"
"Too many," Loki answers, waving his hand and causing (Y/n) to float into the air.
She laughs, moving her arms as if she's a bird. The result is the air elevating her a bit more. So she still has her powers.
"Do we know if she has her memories?" Sam asks, jumping up to catch the child.
"Apparently, she doesn't," Bruce answers. "Maybe she did right after t