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Professor X's Guide to Zombie Survival

Rating: Mature (for now)

Pairing:Charles Xavier/Erik Lehnsherr, and others.

Summary: Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr had been living content and very separate lives. Charles didn’t ask to become Professor X, Zombie Expert and Researcher. Erik didn’t ask to become Magneto, Zombie Hunter Extraordinaire. It goes without saying that neither of them asked for a zombie apocalypse.

Still, what better place for romance than a groaning, shambling, undead world?

Warnings: Character Undeath, Moderate Violence

Holy shit, I posted something! A completely ridiculous zombie apocalypse AU from yours truly.

XMFC/Cherik fandom! A little help?

Remember how some time ago, the never-adopted 115-page script for Magneto: Origins got leaked and made its way around the fandom? Well, like a fool, I didn’t save it, and while I’ve found the original link, it’s been taken down - which is expected.

I do, however, have a burning need to have it in my possession, regardless of how reportedly ridiculous it was. Anybody happen to have it?

Star Wars: Episode VI // X-Men First Class

I’ve promised a Star Wars AU for ages, and I couldn’t help but notice a peculiar parallel between two scenes…

one of the many spectacular things my mutation allows me to do…

maxkennedy24:

30 Day OTP Challenge - Day 17 - Spooning

X men first class - Erik x Charles

I’ve seen some of these going around so I thought.

Well.

I’m sorry.

I made two because I couldn’t decide which was more soul-crushing

how about now

am I kicked out of the fandom yet

“Do not assume that he who seeks to comfort you now lives untroubled among the simple and quiet words that sometimes do you good.  His life may also have much sadness and difficulty that remains far beyond yours.  Were it otherwise, he would never have been able to find those words.”

                                                      ~ Rainer Maria Rilke

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James McAvoy and Matthew Vaughn close to film X-Men: First Class

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