Of Christmas Tidings and Magical MenOf Christmas Tidings and Magical Men by ~Tarnisis
Labyrinth/Once Upon a Time/Marvel crossover
Of Christmas Tidings and Magical Men: Part One
It was Christmas Eve, and large snowflakes were covering the still, late night atmosphere like a blanket. All was silent in the Goblin City, as well as the Castle and the Labyrinth. With only a handful of residents wakeful; helping Santa Claus place the last of the presents under the tree, or fighting to gift-wrap one last item before they too turned in for the night.
The Goblin Monarchs had finished their Royal Duties for the day, and had seen their children safely tucked away into their beds, with the promise of a wonderful morning. The Queen had waited until their youngest child had fallen into slumber before she made her way back to the chambers she shared with her husband.
When Sarah had left the King not ten minutes prior, he had been dressed to the nines. Sporting a crimson poet's shirt, black vest and p
Under the StarsUnder the Stars by ~tmwillson3
It started as just another ordinary day for Sarah Williams. Then again, how ordinary could it ever be with Jareth and all his adorable goblins in her life? After six years of no communication between them other than Christmas cards, Jareth suddenly appeared in her life, and before she knew it, they were reconciled. The reconciliation was helped greatly by the fact that Jareth wanted to date, as she had always retained that curiosity about him, even if she had been confused by her run through the Labyrinth. However, after a year of dating, all questions on that end had been explained to her satisfaction, and not only that but she got to see the inner workings of Jareth's life, with everything from why he ruled as he did to what he was thinking about at a given moment (something she really enjoyed as he was easily distracted by the goblins). Now, she was quite satisfied with her job and family, and having him made her feel truly content.
On that particular day, Sa
Letters from a Mutual Friend: 11Letter 11: Surprise!Letters from a Mutual Friend: 11 by ~tmwillson3
Your Graciousness Our Fine-Haired King
We write to you at this late hour with news
that we doubt you will be pleased to hear, even if we are happyof sorts. As you know far too well, recently Sarah was finally able to answer our latest letter, and of course we responded right back. We bring good news of her, in fact. In the short time since we heard from her, things have improved in at least one area of her life, which will no doubt make things better in other places.
It seems that last night
Aboveground at least, that fellow named Marcus who has wronged her too many times now has finally been vanquished. An alarm signaling a fire which we need herewas pulled at 3:00 in the morning, causing everyone to get out of bed. However, when both ladies went outside, they were pushed by said male,
It's Far From Over Ch 17It's Far From Over Ch 17 by ~OtoriReka
Sarah ran through many corridors and up and down several flights of stairs until she was completely lost. Out of breath she stopped and threw herself down onto the top step of a stair case she could have sworn she’d already been down twice.
Angry tears trailed down her cheeks, crossly she wiped them away.
“Damn you Jareth!” she muttered to herself, “You won’t get away with this!”
She had no idea how she could help her friends, she just knew that she wasn’t going to give in without a fight. Sarah hoped that despite what Hoggle had said about no one wanting to rescue them from the Outlands that Allana would be willing to do so. If Sarah could she would go herself, but she didn’t think that would help. Even if she could escape from the Labyrinth and its King, she wouldn’t have been much help to them. Sarah didn’t know where the mountain Allana had spoken of was, and if she couldn’t get her friends there,
It's Far From Over Ch 18It's Far From Over Ch 18 by ~OtoriReka
Sarah followed her fluttering guide as it led her further into the labyrinth; she watched the light dance off its wings as the sun steadily climbed higher into the sky. They had been walking for some time now and her guide showed no sign of stopping anytime soon. She followed in silence as the Butterfly fluttered through the twists and turns of the giant maze.
“How on earth does it know where it’s going?” she wondered aloud to herself.
Sarah only hesitated when the butterfly flitted through a large crevasse in one of the walls. She peered cautiously into the darkness. She could see the small red glow from the butterfly as it darted further into the blackness.
“Courage don’t desert me now!” she whispered to herself, taking a deep breath and plunged into the gloom. She was met with a gust of cold and damp air. The interior was rough and rocky; she placed one hand on the stone wall to steady herself and gathered up her skirts in the
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