02 June 2010 @ 12:37 pm
Clan Mitchell Not-A-Kinkmeme  
Because I am starting to, very tentatively, get my writing mojo back, and because everything I am writing is eight thousand billion million words long, and because we were talking about running a Clan Mitchell thing-a-thon a while back and then we all kind of wandered off ooh shiny, I thought it might be cool to do a Clan Mitchell not-a-kinkmeme. (By which I mean, the prompts and responses can be porn or not-porn based on individual preference.)

The way it works is nice and simple:

-- Leave a prompt. It can be simple or detailed; it can specify characters or not. (The only thing that [personal profile] ivorygates and I ask is that there be nothing with things we're actively working on for others to write, so no Gedulah or any of IG's active storylines. Sidestories from Roll With It are cool by me, but not anything more future than what's been written so far; Gedulah's out, since there's a lot more canon than what people have seen.) One prompt per comment; multiple comments are fine!

-- Browse around the prompts, and if one strikes your fancy, fill it. (Both prompts and fills can be anonymous or logged-in. There can be more than one fill for a prompt. In fact, the more the merrier!)

-- Repeat until we all get bored.

Prompts should revolve around the Clan in some way, whether being Cam or Cammie's version. If you've got a specific 'verse in mind (Broken Wings/Howling/Roll With It, "mainline" Cammieverse, Mezzanine), include that in the prompt. If it's "any Mitchell-containing universe", you don't need to specify.

Prompts and fills with OpenID are welcome, and if somebody who's not mostly avoiding LJ wants to post a link in [livejournal.com profile] clanmitchell please feel free :)
 
 
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slybrarian[personal profile] slybrarian on June 5th, 2010 07:40 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
(Oh god I am not writing this. Also! Unless I'm completely screwing up timelines, S&S are somewhere between Dean and Sam in age. Which means they would have grown up together.)

"Now hold on a second," Spence said. "You sold what to who now?"

"My soul," Dean gritted out, "to a demon, to save Sam's life." And he swore on his Gran'ma's grave, if he heard the lecture about not selling your soul to devils one more time he was going to make Them a little identical by breaking Spence's nose.

"He's only got a year before the hellhounds come for him," Sam explained for the fiftieth time.

"Huh," Spence said.

"It occurs to me," Skip said, "that you can't really sell something that doesn't belong to you."

"Excuse me?" Dean said.

"We can probably work with that," Spence said. "Hell's all about little legalistic loopholes and such when it comes to deals."

"I'm pretty sure my soul is mine," Dean said.

"Don't be stupid," Spence said.

"It's mine," Skip said. "I won it in a poker game years ago."

Dean groaned and rubbed his head. He loved Them, he really did, but sometimes he wanted to just smack them upside the head and see if he could force them to make sense for once in their lives. "Explain."

"Yeah, I definitely remember winning your soul. It was worth about fifty bucks or so," Skip said. "You even wrote me an IOU. We probably have it in a file somewhere."

"You kept it?" Sam said incredulously.

Spence and Skip looked at each other, then Skip shrugged and said, "Sure. You never know when something like that would be useful."

(Skip and Spence are packrats, only where other people collect coins or little knicknacks, they collect secrets and blackmail.)

Lis[personal profile] staranise on June 5th, 2010 07:43 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
BWAAAAAAAAHAHAHA.

THAT. IS. AWESOME.

(Not to mention, Sam and Dean might very well have been drug into the same children's choir as S&S singing Appalachian ballads, in which case they have been presented with MANY MANY CAUTIONARY TALES about why selling your soul is never a good idea.)

(ETA: and I think Dean is older, and Sam younger, than the twins, if you go with the birthdate I gave them of 1980)

Edited 2010-06-05 07:44 pm (UTC)
slybrarian: Cam and Sword in Stone[personal profile] slybrarian on June 5th, 2010 07:49 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
To be fair, in many of those ballads the Devil comes across as a bit of a moron, which probably explains why this particular crossroads demon forgot to check the title on Dean's soul. And thus Skipper derails the apocalypse HAH HAH SUCK IT, LILITH AND ZACHARIAH.

(I thought so. It's a miracle the house wasn't burnt down.)
Lis[personal profile] staranise on June 5th, 2010 07:50 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
It was a shack, okay? And it was only a little scorched, because somebody ran for a fire extinguisher.


(NNNNG this makes me want to include Buffy in the crossover and make S&S part of the Initiative.)

Edited 2010-06-05 07:52 pm (UTC)
slybrarian: Cam and Sword in Stone[personal profile] slybrarian on June 5th, 2010 07:54 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
I have no idea what that is, but I'm sure they would fit right in as they are all about initiative.
Lis[personal profile] staranise on June 5th, 2010 07:54 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
*laughing!* A secret government organization that captures vampires and demons to use them for military purposes.
let me hear your voice tonight[personal profile] alexseanchai on June 5th, 2010 09:30 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
Yeah, but they've probably also heard Devil Went Down to Georgia, in which the kid dealing with the devil wins.
Lis[personal profile] staranise on June 5th, 2010 09:31 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
Well, the kid dealing with the devil usually wins in these ballads, but the bottom line is still that you should have stayed at home and played ping-pong.
ladyyueh: omg yay![personal profile] ladyyueh on June 5th, 2010 09:08 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
I CALLED IT!

OMG!

IT'S LIKE YOU WENT INSIDE MY BRAIN!!

THERE WAS THAT NIGGLE THAT, OF COURSE, THE TWINS WOULD SCREW WITH THE DEAL. OF COURSE, THEY SOMEHOW BOUGHT DEAN'S SOUL. (It was either poker, or pawning it for the last piece of pie. What? It was the last piece of Cam's apple pie! It's totally worth a soul!)

Also, I'm amused and terrified that Spence and Skip seem to know how Hell works.
slybrarian: Cam and Sword in Stone[personal profile] slybrarian on June 5th, 2010 09:15 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
As [personal profile] staranise points out above, the people in Appalachia know all about deals with the devil and how they work. Lesson #1 tends to be "never sell your soul to the devil you idiot". Either that or something about a fiddle of gold, which thankfully doesn't apply here because Dean can't fiddle worth shit.

(You know, Dean almost certainly knows how to bake in this universe. It's a miracle he hasn't blown up like a balloon.)
Lis[personal profile] staranise on June 5th, 2010 09:19 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
Naw, Dean makes shitty pie.

But holy hell can he barbecue.

(Sam reeled Jess in with a plate of caramel-pecan cookies.)
ladyyueh: perfect ten[personal profile] ladyyueh on June 5th, 2010 09:30 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
It's something that's always caused him much man!pain, because he does love his pie so goddamned much, but he can never seem to get it right.

But he takes much glee in teasing the everliving hell outta Sam, when not in earshot of any of the family, of course, because then he'd have people after him and refusing to bake for him.

Jess totally asked for Sam's recipe. It was love at first bite. XD
let me hear your voice tonight[personal profile] alexseanchai on June 5th, 2010 09:30 pm (UTC)
Re: Stray Weechesters
:-D :-D :-D