A Bloody War of Attrition
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Spoilers: Takes place after Anything That’s Human; set just after 6.5, “Nightwalkers”
Pairings/Characters: Jim Ellison/Samantha Carter, Blair Sandburg, Jonas Quinn
Word Count: ~1200
Summary: Sam was having a little more trouble with the aftermath of Steveston than she let on.
A/N: Written for the hc_bingo prompt “possession/mind control.” Just this last short, and then the next long, plotty fic, including more Sentinels. Title from the Garbage song, “Battle In Me”

Overloaded

Dec. 17th, 2016 12:57 pm
Overloaded
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Spoilers: Set between Can’t Win for Losing and Job Hazards
Warnings: None
Word Count: ~1600
Summary: He squeezed her hand. “What’s a little headache? I’ve had worse.”
A/N: Written for the hc_bingo prompt “headaches/migraines.” So sorry, guys. I didn’t mean to write these snippets out of order, but I have a prompt to fill and a plot gap to fill in. And I plan on writing one more short fic before the next long one.
Anything That’s Human
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Pairings/Characters: Gen, Jim, Blair, OC
Spoilers: Through Job Hazards; part of my ongoing Sentinel/SG1 crossover
Word Count: ~3100
Summary: Major Jim Ellison was the last person you’d assume would willingly attend counseling sessions.
A/N: Written for the hc_bingo prompt “posttraumatic stress disorder.” This story is a bit of a departure for me, but the idea hit, and I couldn’t shake it.
Job Hazards
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Spoilers: Through Can’t Win for Losing
Characters/Pairings: Jim Ellison/Sam Carter, Blair Sandburg, Jack O’Neill, Teal’c
Warnings: torture
Word Count: ~5100
Summary: Not everybody in the SGC thought Jim’s abilities made him special.
A/N: Written for the [community profile] hc_bingo prompt “torture.”

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Can't Win For Losing
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Pairings/Characters: Jim Ellison/Samantha Carter, Blair Sandburg
Spoilers: Through the end of The Sentinel and S5.21, “Meridian”. Takes place soon after The Sorrows You Keep, and a part of my TS/SG-1 series.
Warnings: Major (canonical) character death
Word Count: 2028
Summary: Can’t win for losing, Jim thought, and wondered if their luck would ever turn around.
A/N: Written for the April Amnesty challenge for [community profile] hc_bingo, for the prompt “stranded/survival situation.”

FYI, this might end up being part of a longer story someday, and I'm definitely planning a long sequel, but I needed to post a crossover for hc_bingo, and I also needed to deal with Meridian. This is what happened.
Family Reunion
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Pairings/Characters: Sam/Jack O’Neill, Jack Carter/Nathan Stark
Spoilers: Goes AU in S10 of SG-1, and early S2 of Eureka. A companion story of sorts for my Slow Burn Trilogy.
Word Count: ~3400
Summary: Sam needs to not be alone right now, and her long-lost cousin presents a golden opportunity.
A/N: Written for the hc_bingo prompt "broken bones." This probably could have been ten times longer, but I'm under the gun. If there's enough interest, I'll continue it.

On AO3
The Sorrows You Keep
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Pairings/Characters: Gen-ish; Jim Ellison/Sam Carter
Spoilers: Through 5.11 of SG-1 and S4 of The Sentinel, a sequel to Hold On Hope
Word Count: ~34,000
Summary: Some scars weren’t visible to the naked eye.
A/N: Title from the Royal Wood song, “Tonight I’ll Be Your Guide.” (I couldn’t resist.) Written for the 
[community profile] hc_bingo  for my wild card square and the prompt “post traumatic stress disorder,” and the [community profile] trope_bingo  prompt “fake relationship.” For the record, I’m playing a bit fast and loose with the timeline of S5 of SG-1, but then we don’t always know how much time passes between episodes.

Posted on AO3 due to length.

Over Our Heads
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Pairings/Characters: Jack O’Neill, Sam Carter, Daniel Jackson, Teal’c
Spoilers: Set sometime during S4
Word Count: 1369
Summary: In Jack’s opinion, flash floods are the worst.
A/N: Written for the [community profile] hc_bingo  prompt “drowning”

 

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In the Clutches of This Darkness
Author: enigmaticblue
Rating: NC-17
Disclaimer: I don’t own these characters; too bad, so sad.
Pairings/Characters: John/Rodney
Spoilers: Goes AU in mid-S5
Warnings: Disturbing imagery, torture, child abuse
Word Count: ~35,000
Summary: Rodney should have known something was wrong after four weeks without a word from John.
A/N: Title is from the Hey Rosetta! song “We Made A Pact”. I know, I commit kid!fic in every fandom. And if you’re paying very close attention to release dates and that sort of thing—don’t.

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Prologue | Part I | Part II | Part III
Part IV | Part V | Epilogue
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“You and I made a pact, a deal that as we lay dying, we’d think about each other then, and smile as we’re taken in. I listened like a little child, to the story of your earthbound pilot. He plummeted so violent, his parachute not opening, and rushing into oblivion, he broke into that knowing grin. I think about that a lot, ‘cause a lot is what I’ve not got, and a smile is what I least expect, in the clutches of this darkness. You, I was surprised to hear, your velvet birdsong in my ear. The phone broke its silent stint. I pulled the cord and I needed it. You billowed like a bowl of silk, and slowed me from my ruining.” ~Hey Rosetta!, “We Made a Pact”

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Epilogue

 

“The year after we declared independence was a hard one. We saw a lot of losses, and we were pretty hard-hit. And before you ask, it was difficult to say goodbye to Colonel Mitchell. He was a great help, and we had no idea what the situation was back on Earth. We didn’t want to lose him, but there didn’t seem to be a choice. In the end, we had to do without him, just like we had to do without a lot of people. But the next year—well, the next year we had a huge win, and we lost more than we ever thought we would.”

 

~Interview with Elizabeth Weir

 

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Chapter 10: Farewells

 

“No one wanted Cam to take that mission. No one wanted to say it out loud, but a lot of us were thinking that they might not come back. O’Neill barely escaped, and we had been held by the Goa’uld for two weeks. We talked about going back as a team, but it was judged to be too risky. We were a family, and it’s hard to see someone who’s a member of your family leave, especially if you don’t know if they’re ever coming back.”

 

~Interview with Vala Mal Doran

 

 

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Epilogue

Chapter 9: Life’s Just Like That

 

“Yeah, so I have a relationship with John. Everybody always asks us about that. Look, it just happened, okay? One minute, he’s my best friend, and the next, we’ve been together for years. I think you’ll find there are a lot of people on Atlantis who would say the same. We all faced extraordinary difficulties together—enemies within and without, food shortages, clothing shortages, you name it. And in the end, all we had was each other. That’s the thing about being on a colony in another galaxy. It doesn’t matter how much you hate someone. They’re still going to be your neighbor.

 

~Interview with Rodney McKay

 

 

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Chapter 10 
 

Chapter 8:  Coping

 

“Although we’d planned for the possibility of Atlantis being an independent colony in the event that Operation Phoenix was activated, we weren’t ready. I think if Atlantis had broken free of Earth in the usual way, there would have been a lot of things we would have done differently. I mean, we had plenty of scientists and soldiers, but no tailors or farmers. We had doctors, but not nearly enough. And there were no families—no spouses, no children, no parents—which is great if you’re talking about an outpost, but not so great for a colony that needs to be self-sustaining, and probably for a long period of time.”

 

~Interview with Sam Carter

 

 

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