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Prompt Post 1

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At least one of the characters in your prompt must have been in Captain America: The First Avenger or Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

As of May 3, 2014, the spoiler policy is no longer in effect.

Update, April 22, 2014:
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Steve finds Bucky and Red Skull together .Rape/non con elements

(Anonymous) 2014-02-16 08:18 am (UTC)(link)
(rape/non con in place because of lack of consent/being full of drugs). When Steve goes looking for Bucky after freeing the prisoners,he doesn't find him strapped to a table like they show in the movies---no,thats just a cover story for what he really finds.

A drugged out/delirious Bucky sitting in red skulls lap,riding him like a prized pony.

Bonus points if bucky's muttering Steves name

Re: Steve finds Bucky and Red Skull together .Rape/non con elements

(Anonymous) 2014-02-17 10:46 pm (UTC)(link)
hnng seconded

[Fill] (TW: rape)

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Bucky and Howard had a thing through out Captain America

(Anonymous) 2014-02-17 02:41 am (UTC)(link)
Maybe they meet after Steve goes off to talk to Erskine or maybe its after Steve becomes Captain America,but either way,Howard becomes smitten with the soldier with the easier smirk and snark for miles.

I know Steve attempts to get drunk after Bucky falls from the train,but I'd love to see HOWARDS reaction to losing the man of his dreams

Steve/Bucky, Peggy/F, Steve/Peggy, first time with someone of the opposite sex

(Anonymous) 2014-02-17 05:22 pm (UTC)(link)
Steve and Bucky are very happy together, as are Peggy and her girlfriend (and happily bearding for each other). But there's something about wartime, and danger that makes seizing opportunities enticing - and it comes up in conversation that Steve's never had sex with a woman, and Peggy's never had sex with a guy.

Steve and Peggy being walked through their first time by their other halves (both Bucky and Peggy's girlfriend have been with someone of the opposite sex before).

And when they're done they're both "huh, that was... disappointing" so have hot sex with their partners, even though it's crowded all in the one bed :)

Wolverine/Steve, then and now

(Anonymous) 2014-02-18 03:49 am (UTC)(link)
Logan doesn't remember Steve, but Steve remembers him. Specifically, Steve remembers a quick, dirty encounter in the trenches. Logan wonders why Captain America keeps inviting him out for a beer, but doesn't care enough about it to say no.

Steve/other, blowjobs

(Anonymous) 2014-02-21 01:30 am (UTC)(link)
Steve's first blowjobs, receiving and giving. Any pairing but Steve/Tony.

A/B/O. Tony and Steve find a pregnant omega. Tony/Bucky/Steve.

(Anonymous) 2014-02-22 05:11 am (UTC)(link)
Steve and Tony (you can decide their designations. Alpha/Alpha,Alpha/Omega,Alpha/Beta,Beta/Beta,ect. )stumble upon a lost omega on a drive back from the country,just to disover hes running away from an abusive Alpha. they take him in,and clean him up and discover the soft bump of his belly.

Can stay Pg or go up. but I just want cute,fluffy feelings and Steve and Tony trying to get Bucky to trust them enough to let them love up on him.


(Anonymous) 2014-02-22 03:41 pm (UTC)(link)
Pre-war or post, Logan and Howard have an encounter they'll never forget.


(Anonymous) 2014-02-23 06:52 pm (UTC)(link)
Logan thinking about Steve one year after the war, five years after the war, and ten years after the war.

[fill] MCU/616, boy in the war

(Anonymous) 2014-02-23 07:05 pm (UTC)(link)
warnings: blood, vague gore, super subtle shipping

one year: 1946
There wasn’t a grave to visit. That was the worst part of all this in Logan’s mind. Yeah, they’d put that monument up in Arlington, but Steve hadn’t been man for big gestures and the fuel he’d poured into the propaganda machine had only ever been out of necessity. If he saw the statue, he’d hate it. So that left Logan sitting in the back of a bar, nursing a brew to dull the sting of hard liquor. Ten year old single malt whiskey. It tasted like how the charcoal staining Steve’s fingers had smelled. It’s why he’d ordered it, spent what was left of his Army pay on the good stuff. Logan had always told Steve that he’d take him to a real bar once the war was over, show him how to get good and drunk, but the war was over, Steve was dead, and Logan was drinking alone.

Logan raised the beer and took another drink. “Here’s to you, Steve-o.”

five years: 1950
He’d joined up again. There were always battles to fight somewhere and his skills were always in demand. It was lonelier, though. No real camaraderie. No real friends. Sometimes he fought for something, but most of the time, he fought just to fight. It was something to do and he was good at it. The best, they said. Trouble was, he was starting to believe them. Got cocky, got shot, and then he got slow, bleeding out in some no-name country, waiting to be picked off by the local militia. Lying there in a pool of his own blood, the burn of acid eating through his gut, Logan didn’t expect the sweep of dark blond hair or the pair of pale blue eyes. He should have, probably. His mind always had a way of stirring up old ghosts to tell him things he didn’t want to hear.

Slowly, Logan pushed himself up, shoving things that should be internal back into place so they actually were. A normal man would have been dead in fifteen minutes, but he’d never been normal, and he just squinted into the sharp midday haze, not quite dead, but not quite alive, either. “Go away, kid,” he muttered. “You fought your war.” He picked up his gun with bloody fingers. “Now I gotta fight mine.” Except, for him, the war never ended.

ten years: 1955
The monument looked like something out of those funny books the boys would pass around with rations and cigarettes. Logan didn’t know why he’d expected something different, something more; no one remembered the real deal anymore. Even for the ones who had actually known Captain Steve Rogers, the legend was starting to outshine the man. Just look at Stark and Carter and their overwrought tribute to all the things they thought Steve had stood for — S.H.I.E.L.D. Logan stared up at the stern face overlooking the poor pitiful world he’d died for and snorted, snubbing his cigar out on statue’s marble base. What a crock.

"I’m takin’ the job at Central. They got a team o’ boys put together. Not like you an’ the Howlers, but who knows?" It’d been so long since he’d belonged anywhere. Maybe this Team X thing would work out.

After all, Steve had always told him he needed to be less of a loner.

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Steve + Maria Stark

(Anonymous) 2014-02-26 04:57 pm (UTC)(link)
Steve met Maria long before Howard did.


(Anonymous) 2014-02-27 05:04 am (UTC)(link)
I adore this pairing more than I should. Anything with them would be awesome ~

Re: Namor/Bucky

(Anonymous) 2014-07-26 12:07 am (UTC)(link)
Anon, I am so taken with this request. I started you something today.

Fill: Something Like Normal (1/?)

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Peggy and Howard, SHIELD

(Anonymous) 2014-02-27 02:53 pm (UTC)(link)
Peggy and Howard in the early days of SHIELD.

slightly spoilery? Steve/Bucky, post-WS jealous Bucky

(Anonymous) 2014-02-27 06:10 pm (UTC)(link)
Steve's got his best friend back and vice versa, but Bucky finds he feels maybe a bit too possessive about Steve now. He can't help it though, and without really meaning to, he scares potential dates and people he doesn't like away from Steve. Not that he feels too sorry about that.

+ Someone points out Bucky's behaviour to Steve and Steve's just like 'what? Bucky's the sweetest guy, he would never'.

Can be slashy or preslashy.

Re: slightly spoilery? Steve/Bucky, post-WS jealous Bucky

(Anonymous) 2014-04-05 03:36 pm (UTC)(link)

Bucky/Steve - golden showers

(Anonymous) 2014-02-27 11:40 pm (UTC)(link)
With Steve as the receiver, please!

skinny!Steve, rentboy

(Anonymous) 2014-03-02 04:32 pm (UTC)(link)
Rich men pay a lot of money to use Steve's body.
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Re: skinny!Steve, rentboy

[personal profile] qlgingerblade 2014-04-22 12:29 am (UTC)(link)
i plan to fill this, but it is not definite that i will end up doing it anytime soon. i still need to plan.
i have great ideas for angst and stuff though.
i hope you don't mind.
(also i might post it on my AO3 account)

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(Anonymous) 2014-03-06 01:46 pm (UTC)(link)
The serum doesn't turn Steve into a super-soldier, but into a monster movie-esque creature. Steve then terrorizes Brooklyn.

Bonus points for Steve still managing to catch Kruger.

Steve/Peggy - chitauri portals are useful

(Anonymous) 2014-03-07 07:08 am (UTC)(link)
During the Battle of New York, Steve takes a wrong turn down an alley and stumbles headfirst into a Chitauri portal. Instead of shooting him into space, it dumps him neatly into 1960s-era SHIELD headquarters, headed by Peggy Carter.

There's complete misunderstandings, guns, flying shields, and sex - not necessarily in that order.

(frozen comment)

(Anonymous) 2014-03-07 01:57 pm (UTC)(link)
Instead of the super soldier serum they thought they were getting, they got Vampire!Cap instead. And instead of Bucky being Cap's second in command, he's been given to Cap as a ready source of blood/sex/whatever Cap needs to keep functioning.

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Howling Commandos - Dresden Files Crossover

(Anonymous) 2014-03-08 12:20 am (UTC)(link)
Morita's a wizard.

Dernier isn't the only one who can make things go boom.

Hijinks ensue.

The Winter Soldier and his men (spoilers for trailer? )

(Anonymous) 2014-03-08 01:45 am (UTC)(link)
in the trailers I see The Winter Soldier at the forefront leading the other soldiers/mercenaries onto the streets to cause havoc. I'm convinced he still has (SOME) of the same charisma as he did when he was still just plane old Bucky barnes,and that he actually cares about his grunts.

And that they care for him as well. I'd like to see some hurt/comfort. Either one of his men gets hurt,or he does.But theres angst and fluffy feelings

Vampire!Steve/Bucky, dub-con, bloodplay?

(Anonymous) 2014-03-09 12:55 pm (UTC)(link)
(Reposting because I fail at prompts.) Instead of the super soldier serum they thought they were getting, they got Vampire!Cap instead. And instead of Bucky being Cap's second in command, he's been given to Cap as a ready source of blood/sex/whatever Cap needs to keep functioning.

Bonus points for dark, dub-con. :D

Re: Vampire!Steve/Bucky, dub-con, bloodplay?

(Anonymous) 2014-03-09 08:27 pm (UTC)(link)
I am so in favor of this. I hope someone fills it,I'm very tired of seeing poor,blood-bag Steve. I'd love to see the rolls reversed <3

Steve +/- Bucky find out about the Nazisploitation genre

(Anonymous) 2014-03-10 10:17 am (UTC)(link)
I don't think that Steve is shocked by much about the modern world - he's a clever, adaptable guy.

But Nazisploitation? ( ) That's shocking.

Bonus: there's Nazisploitation porn that involves him and Bucky as the victims.

The Skull's Super Joy Division

[personal profile] lauralot 2014-04-19 04:30 pm (UTC)(link)
[Note: This is a fill in multiple parts. Part one takes place before the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and is spoiler free. Everything after part one will take place after the events of TWS, and will contain spoilers.

Trigger warning for mentions of rape and torture.]

Steve learns quickly not to Google himself.

It is something Tony heckles him about after New York, upon seeing the man flipping through his smart phone, but by then Steve already knows better. The Internet is an amazing tool, both for catching up on all he’s missed while on ice and for witnessing how the world has come to view him in the decades he’s been gone. He’d read newspaper articles about himself back in the day, listened to radio broadcasts and film reels, flipped through the comic books, but there is so much more out there now and seeing the impact he’s left in the twenty-first century is astounding.

There are documentaries, critical essays on his use in wartime propaganda, philosophical papers comparing and contrasting him with Nietzsche’s Übermensch, historical re-enactors for veteran charities, political cartoons, even cookbooks containing recipes for foods he enjoys.

It’s a dozen or so pages into the search results when he happens upon a community of…historical enthusiasts, so to speak. Enthusiasts being an understatement. These are people creating art of Captain America, writing stories about him – some relating to actual events and some not – pouring over his letters, his drawings, and footage that has been preserved, and surmising things about his personality based on those effects. Some stories Steve doesn’t open, the ones that, judging by their summaries, detail amorous fictional encounters of his, usually with Peggy, Bucky, or the other Howling Commandos.

He opens what’s titled a “Shipping Manifesto for Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes,” and realizes a paragraph in that the text has nothing to do with any sort of shipping he’s ever heard of. After Google informs him of an alternate meaning for “shipping,” Steve decides it would be best to stop reading about himself online.

Still, he wouldn’t have expected any trauma to arise from looking at the Captain America IMDB character page.

He’s been the subject of multiple film and television drama adaptations since his disappearance, the most famous being from the seventies and starring Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway. He has no clue who either of those people are, but the SHIELD agent who recommends the film assures Steve that they’re the best.

He scans the rest of the movies listed, pausing at the title of one. The Skull’s Super Joy Division.

An Italian film, judging from its alternate title. Steve stares. Joy division. Something has to be lost in translation here. There’s no way someone made a film about the Red Skull forming a stalag brothel. No one would be that sick.

Clicking the title to bring up the film’s page is a decision he’s sure to regret, but he can’t keep himself from doing so.

“HYDRA’s dreaded Super Soldier Project, headed by the evil Frauline Skull,” the IMDB summary begins, “seeks to breed the perfect soldier by offering up the most enduring female prisoners to sadistic German officers. The mission changes when Captain America and Bucky Barnes are taken captive, and the Skull realizes the Captain’s ejaculate holds the key to—”

The summary continues below that, but he opts to drop the phone and rush to the bathroom to quietly vomit rather than continue reading. Splashing his face with cold water, Steve shakes his head.

Someone’s made pornography about the horrors Zola and his ilk inflicted on their prisoners. Steve isn’t naïve—behind the times, but not naïve—and he knows in the forties there were Captain America Tijuana bibles circulating, there were Howling Commandos burlesque shows, but this is different. He thinks of Bucky strapped to a table away from the other POWs, dazed, agonized, thinks of the tortures that kept his best friend awake at night, the nightmares Bucky had never had a chance to overcome before he’d fallen to his death.

And someone—or rather, an entire film crew—has fetishized that.

He approaches the phone again cautiously, as if it’s a snake that might strike.

He’s all but praying for this to be a misunderstanding, for some cultural context he’s missing to make this any less horrific.

“Nazisploitation” is listed as a plot keyword, and against his better judgment Steve decides to Google it.

“Nazi exploitation (also Nazisploitation),” begins the Wikipedia summary, “is a subgenre of exploitation film and sexploitation film that involves villainous Nazis committing criminal acts of a sexual nature, often as camp or prison overseers in World War II settings.”

Steve’s fingers clench and the case around the phone snaps.

Later he will realize that romanticizing atrocities isn’t a new development. He’ll think of dime novels about being ravished by pirates or caught behind enemy lines, think of pulp magazines that gleefully described gory horror and torture. But for now, he throws the phone against the wall with enough force to crack both, and leaves the room, heading out to destroy every punching bag SHIELD has on hand.

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[identity profile] 2014-03-11 02:54 pm (UTC)(link)
This extremely NFSW post on tumblr - and the fact that the guy on bottom looks like Chris Evans (in the second pic).

Prompt: Steve shows off his new strength.

Crossposted to Avengerkink

Bucky/Steve, Possessive!Bucky

(Anonymous) 2014-03-12 07:21 pm (UTC)(link)
The first time the Winter Soldier sees Captain America he can't help but think "Mine" .

Bucky may not remember Steve. But he remembers who Steve belongs to.

Re: Bucky/Steve, Possessive!Bucky

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SPOILERS: [Fill A] To You I Belong (Steve/Bucky)

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Op again

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SPOILERS: [Fill C] To You I Belong (Steve/Bucky)

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SPOILERS: [Fill D] To You I Belong (Steve/Bucky)

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Steve/Peggy - Tentacle!Steve, but no sex (?!)

(Anonymous) 2014-03-13 01:36 am (UTC)(link)
Somehow, Steve starts turning into a tentacle monster, and Peggy is all up on that. Or wants to be. Steve just isn't ready to do the actual deed. Especially when his body is doing new weird things every day.

So they end up doing the tentacle monster equivalent of a full-body makeout session.

Bonus points for Peggy giving Steve the 'I love you no matter what you look like' talk.

[Gen] Steve, Bucky - Zombie Apocalypse AU

(Anonymous) 2014-03-13 04:41 am (UTC)(link)
Steve and Bucky are part of a very small group of survivors scraping by in what's left of New York. They're attacked, Bucky is bitten, and everyone gets separated in the chaos.

A few months later, Steve is scavenging when he's cornered by a familiar zombie.

Insert timely usage of "Remember who you are."

Re: [Gen] Steve, Bucky - Zombie Apocalypse AU

(Anonymous) 2014-03-14 07:17 am (UTC)(link)
I need this in my life