March 21st, 2007

Mustang- Your Mom

Gains and Losses- Chapter 10: "Deja Vu" (Havoc)

This is the tenth chapter of the arc called "Gains and Losses". It is Havoc-centric. It is set in the mangaverse, so if you don't know what happens to Havoc around Chapter 38, then read it before you start this fic.

(Just a little pleading here. I haven't gotten a SINGLE comment on ANY of these chapters since chapter 6. I would like to think that people are reading this, so please just take a moment to make a little comment- Something you liked or didn't. Thanks)

Title: Deja Vu
Author: SeaweedOtter
Beta: the incomparable havocmangawip
Characters: Mostly Jean Havoc, but the most of the rest of the gang appears.
Rating: PG-13 for naughty language.
Disclaimer: Manga Spoilers... Set in the manga, a couple years after the end of chapter 38. Maybe AU?
Summary: It's like deja vu, all over again.

Read all the chapters so far HERE!

When the large, drab gray building that was the Central Hospital loomed in front of them, Havoc fought the sinking feeling in his stomach.
FMA, Miami, CSI


Chapters 3
A FMA, CSI Miami Crossover
What IF, the Rocket, Edward, Alphonse and Deitlinde were on Arrived in sunny Miami in the 20th century?
Rating: PG-13
Fic type: Crossover, Mystery, Adventure
Warnings: SPOILERS for FMA, and CSI Miami. Implied Slash, and het.
Pairings: I don't plan them, but the characters write themselves, Ed/Hie past implied, if you read into things, kind of Elricesty, if you don't not Elricesty. Characters: The Elric Brothers, Deitlinde Ekhart, and possible others and most of the CSI Miami cast with a smattering of Vegas.
Summery: The CSIs are still trying to piece things together and Al finds himself in a strange new world.
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[Fan Fic] Risenburg, Where Credit's Due - gen, drabbles, G (K); Ed, Al, Winry, Mustang

Two little gen drabbles to welcome the spring~


Rating: G (K)
Genre: gen, drabble, Al-centric
Word Count: 150 or so

Ed brusquely informed Al that they would be ‘burning the house down now, so take everything you need and help me find the matches.’


Where Credit’s Due

Genre: gen (allusions to Ed x Winry), drabble
Rating: G (K)
Word Count: around 350
Notes: And Edward learns, once more, that life isn’t fair. Roy, Ed and Winry.

'Military Alchemist Engineers New Automail Prototype,' reads one of the finest medical journals in the country. It includes a page-long interview with the ‘master craftsman.’ You know this will not be the last you hear of this.

As per usual, constructive criticism is fawned over and sought after. :)