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Here, at last, is Part 10 of my ‘Tabula Avatar’ crossover universe story The King of Elfland’s Daughter, sequel to Debt of Blood. An NCIS/Stargate SG-1/Forgotten Realms crossover.

Summary: Gibbs and the NCIS Major Case Response Team investigate the brutal murder of a Marine and the trail leads them first to a Congolese immigrant named Cierre LuaLua, working for a secret Air Force project, and then to a deadly, seemingly invulnerable, assassin who might be a literal devil. Chapter 10 is 6,075 words, rating 15.

Sorry for the extremely long delay in posting this; I went through a long period of feeling rather flat and not being able to write more than a hundred or so words a day, exacerbated by my dotting back and forward between this story, ‘Tabula Avatar’, and ‘The Dark Companion’. However a couple of weeks ago I got back into gear and made rapid progress. In fact I wrote so much that the chapter went way over the length of the previous chapters, and even over the LiveJournal maximum posting length, and so I’ve split it into two. I’ll post the next chapter, which will be the Conclusion, after the weekend.

The King of Elfland’s Daughter 10 )
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Here is Part 7 of my NCIS/Stargate SG-1/Forgotten Realms crossover story The King of Elfland’s Daughter, sequel to Debt of Blood.

Summary: Gibbs and the NCIS Major Case Response Team investigate the brutal murder of a Marine and the trail leads them first to a rather unusual Congolese immigrant named Cierre LuaLua, and then to a deadly, and seemingly invulnerable, assassin who could well be a literal devil. Chapter 7 is 7,800 words, rating 15.

The King of Elfland’s Daughter 7 )
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Here is Part 6 of my NCIS/Stargate SG-1/Forgotten Realms crossover story The King of Elfland’s Daughter, sequel to Debt of Blood.

Summary: Gibbs and the NCIS Major Case Response Team investigate the brutal murder of a Marine and the trail leads them first to a rather unusual Congolese immigrant named Cierre LuaLua, and then to a deadly, and seemingly invulnerable, assassin who could well be a literal devil. Chapter 6 is 7,600 words, rating 15.

The King of Elfland’s Daughter 6 )
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Here is the conclusion, of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’. Previous parts were HERE. 10,350 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Epilogue: The restaurant at the end of the universe )

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Here is Part 11 of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’. Previous parts were HERE. This is the second-last chapter, there is only an Epilogue to follow, and I’ve almost completed the Epilogue and I’ll be posting it probably Monday. 9,700 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 11: To walk apart from House and Queen… )

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Part 10 of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’. Previous parts were HERE. This chapter is 8,250 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 10: Parting is such sweet sorrow )

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Part 9 of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and Neverwinter Nights. Previous parts were HERE. Rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 9: Here Be Dragons )

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Here is Part Eight of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’, although Buffy & Co. don’t appear in this story. Previous parts were HERE. This chapter is 9,730 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 8: Through the Looking Glass )

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Here is Part Seven of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’, although Buffy & Co. don’t appear in this story. Previous parts were HERE. This chapter is 10,750 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 7: For those about to rock… )

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Here is Part Six of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’, although Buffy & Co. don’t appear in this story. Previous parts were HERE.

Summary: SG-1 go through the Stargate and find themselves emerging from an Illefarn song portal, north of Neverwinter, shortly after the Wailing Death plague. An encounter with a young ranger girl and her giant companion leads SG-1 into a nightmare world of magic and monsters, torture, and sudden, brutal, death. This chapter is 10,000 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 6: Angels and Demons )

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Moni Wa Chikondwelero Cha Kristmasi!


Here’s another insane Stargate: SG-1 crossover drabble in my SkippyGate SG-1 series, once more set during the early SG-1 Season 9 period when SG-1’s new commander Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell is recreating the team from scratch. This one is a special Christmas drabble; not seasonal in the least but the crossover characters come from a show that has now become an integral part of the British Christmas tradition. 100 words, G. I’m not wild about the title; perhaps I’ll come up with a better one later.

The Big Cheese )
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Here is Part Five of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – set in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’, although Buffy & Co. don’t appear in this story. Previous parts were HERE.

Summary: SG-1 go through the Stargate and find themselves emerging from an Illefarn song portal, north of Neverwinter, shortly after the Wailing Death plague. An encounter with a young ranger girl and her giant companion leads SG-1 into a nightmare world of magic and monsters, torture, and sudden, brutal, death. This chapter is 10,165 words, rating R.

Debt Of Blood Part 5: Promises I Cannot Keep )

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Here’s another insane Stargate: SG-1 crossover ficlet in my SkippyGate SG-1 series, once more set during the early SG-1 Season 9 period when new SG-1 member Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell is recreating a new SG-1 from scratch. El Nombre continues to co-star along with Cam but this story brings in characters from a Joss Whedon show. 1,000 words, PG.

A Horse of a Different Color )
speaker_to_customers: (Stargate SG-1)
Here are two more drabbles in my insane Stargate: SG-1 crossover series about Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell’s attempt to recreate a new SG-1 from scratch in the ‘Skippy-verse’. I probably won’t bother to put these ones up at ‘Twisting the Hellmouth’ because nothing happens in them except Cam discussing potential recruits with El Nombre from ‘Numbertime’. PG, 2 x 100 words.

Two drabbles about possible SG-1 recruits )
speaker_to_customers: (Stargate SG-1)
Here’s another insane Stargate: SG-1 crossover drabble, a sequel to Who was that masked... man?, once more set during Season 9 Episode 1, Avalon Part 1, when new SG-1 member Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell is recreating a new SG-1 from scratch. It adds a crossover with a certain well-loved children’s programme originally shown on the BBC between 1969 and 1972 and, more recently, re-shown on Channel 4. Americans, etc, might find this mildly amusing but to fully appreciate it you have to be a) British or Norwegian and b) the right age. 100 words, PG.
Unsuccessful Applicant #1 )
speaker_to_customers: (Stargate SG-1)
I have been industriously writing away at the next chapter of ‘Came the Thunder’ but yet again I’ve been distracted by my Stargate: SG-1 crossover drabble series. It started off as just a one-off drabble, The New Cobber, crossing over Skippy the Bush Kangaroo and Stargate: SG-1. Then came Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport, and it became an entire crossover universe with Who was that masked… man?, in which I jumped ahead to SG-1 Season 9. Now here is a missing scene from the period between TMKDS and WWTMM? – a glimpse of events during the period while Skippy was Ascended. Crossover with Skippy and also with The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin. 500 words, PG.

Dog Day Afternoon )
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It started off as just a one-off drabble, The New Cobber, crossing over Skippy the Bush Kangaroo and Stargate: SG-1. A sequel, Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport, forced its way past my resistance and insisted on following. Now it’s somehow turned into a whole new crossover universe.

This ficlet takes place during Season 9 Episode 1, Avalon Part 1, when new SG-1 member Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell is being told that he’s going to have to recreate SG-1 from scratch. It adds a crossover with a certain BBC show which started off in 1993 as a short segment in a Schools program, aimed at very young children, but which grew and grew, acquired cult status, and in 2001 became a show in its own right. Americans, etc, might find this mildly amusing but to fully appreciate it you have to be a) British and b) fairly young or with children the right age. 500 words, PG.
Who was that masked… man? )
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A month ago I wrote a drabble, The New Cobber, crossing over Skippy the Bush Kangaroo and Stargate: SG-1. It was intended just to be a quick one-off but suddenly, out of nowhere, a sequel has hopped into my mind. 650 words, PG, the further adventures of Skippy in SG-1.

Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport )
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This little Stargate SG-1/BtVS ficlet was inspired by reading quite a few ‘Buffy goes through a portal and comes out in the SGC’ fics at ‘Twisting the Hellmouth’. A double drabble, 2 x 100 words, PG13. Warning: character deaths.

Pancake Tuesday )
speaker_to_customers: (Stargate SG-1)
Here is Part Four of my crossover between Stargate: SG-1 and the D&D PC game Neverwinter Nights – in the same universe as ‘Tabula Avatar’, although Buffy & Co. don’t appear. Last time I said ‘There will be one more part after this’; I was wrong. The tale grew in the telling, as they do, and it’s not finished yet. Previous parts were HERE.

Summary: SG-1 go through the Stargate and find themselves emerging from an Illefarn song portal, north of Neverwinter, shortly after the Wailing Death plague. An encounter with a young ranger girl and her giant companion leads SG-1 into a nightmare world of magic, monsters, and sudden brutal death. This chapter is 8,300 words, rating R for scenes of torture and violence.

Debt Of Blood Part 4: Load up on guns, bring your friends… )

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