Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Marvel (Movies)
25 May 2016
A sentinel could spend most of their early years without a guide. By their mid-thirties if a sentinel had yet to form a bond with a guide their senses would start to lose focus and precision until they became overwhelmed and went insane.
Tony was in his forties and the bond he had was a thin string that could be snapped with just one word, and it was the only reason why Tony wasn’t locked up in an asylum for sentinels.
Even with his bond though, Tony was deteriorating, unable to control his senses and becoming overprotective of his teammates.
If he didn't increase the strength of his current bond or find a new guide who he could bond better with then he would be locked up for life.
Too bad Starks have a history of having trouble bonding, and Tony's already tried every technique to strengthen his bond with his guide.
Oh, and let's not forget his guide was none other than Mr. Perfect himself: Steve Rogers.
So really? Tony was screwed unless those bonding techniques started working, because who the hell else could bond with him and do it better than Mr. Perfect?
Bookmarked by yoonjeonghan975
25 Jan 2022
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel, Captain America (Movies), The Sentinel, Iron Man (Movies)
25 Jun 2018
For this prompt by Dayzor from the Imagine Tony and Bucky comm on Tumblr:
"Oh yay! Super excited!! I've been sitting on a couple prompts haha Imagine a Sentinel/Guide AU- Tony is a guide, something kept from the public as Howard always saw it as weak. Bucky is a sentinel, and HYDRA made a point to never send the Winter Soldier after any guides to avoid natural instincts breaking through their programming. They send him after Tony, not knowing better."
The Winter Soldier had never had a Guide.
They told him that he must not approach or engage a Guide. They didn't explain why, but he knew better than to ask. He was the Winter Soldier, Sentinel and weapon. The only things he needed to know were what they told him.
And two days ago, they'd told him to kill Tony Stark.
Tom didn’t know whose idea it was that a mysterious man who had walked out of the Veil of Death should be the guest lecturer for Defense Against the Dark Arts while Professor Merrythought dealt with some kind of magical emergency, but he could thank them. And curse them. Henry Evans changes Tom’s life.
- Part 13 of From Samhain to the Solstice 2019
Harry grew up in a family where everyone was a genius- except him- and his younger sister Diana was the Girl-Who-Lived. Determined to prove that he could also be a genius, Harry studied Arithmancy, and in particular Heller’s Theorem, which stated that one could change the universe via the contemplation and use of numbers.
He plans to use his success for his own purposes. He doesn’t plan to attract the obsessive attention of his sister’s fiancé, Tom Riddle.
Harry goes back in time after years of careful study identifying the right moment: the moment when he can become Defense Against the Dark Arts professor and change the minds of the young Slytherins who became Voldemort's most loyal followers. Everything goes right. Except one little thing.