Mar. 2nd, 2017

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Your choices are "Spinning Wheel" and "Lucretia MacEvil"  You can click on the links to see the lyrics.

As usual, the rules are simple: Write a tale, minimally 500 words with no maximum based on, inspired by or using one of the songs as background.  If you're feeling really inspired, use both!  Posting begins on Thursday, March 16th through Saturday, March 18th.  Gen tales are posted here in Section VII, het stories are posted in the mfu_map_room and slash stories are posted in uncle_du_jour.  Please use the tag "song story" in the tags line.

If you have any questions, or wish to suggest an artist and/or song for future challenges, please PM me.

Happy writing!

What If?

Mar. 2nd, 2017 08:19 am
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Here we are at our ninth installment of What If?, and some of the previous eight prompts have provided stories that are quite memorable.  I think we'll do something to help everyone out who wanted to write but never quite made it.
Choose any of the previous prompts and write your story, or stories.  We'll take the rest of the month to post them, and if you've written something for every prompt, here's the latest one that can be added to the list.
What if The Man from UNCLE and its characters were set in 1880? Pinkertons move over, it's time for some real action.

Here are the previous prompts:
Angelique is a Double Agent
Illya in Section VII

Brains and Charm

CEA Kuryakin
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Last week's prompt: (from The Terbuf Affair)

The prompt: What if Clara had decided to ditch her husband

and go back to New York with Napoleon?

As they sat in the boat preparing to leave with Clara and her husband, Kuryakin could see the pain in his partner’s eyes. Napoleon was handcuffed to the woman he still loved, but they might as well have been on opposite sides of the world; Clara was staying with her husband and that as they say was that.

Illya could understand his friend’s feelings as Napoleon was losing the woman all over again. Yet he thought it ironic as how could Solo lose what he didn’t have?

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Title: The Deadly Admirer Affair, Act VI: Don't Give Up
Rating: PG13
Word count: ~2100
Author: Rose of Pollux

Notes: Mandy’s comment about the field agents’ personnel files having false information in the event of THRUSH stealing them is my way of explaining the absolutely unbelievable heights on THRUSH’s info cards on Napoleon and Illya in “The THRUSH Roulette Affair.” And the case about the THRUSH submersible that Napoleon reminisces about is from a fic I haven’t yet written…

If you prefer reading there, cross-posted to and AO3.

Act VI: Don't Give Up )
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The prompt: What if Clara had decided to ditch her husband
and go back to New York with Napoleon? (The Terbuf Affair)

Illya pulled up outside Napoleon’s building and he bid his partner goodnight. They had been on a week-long assignment in Spain and both had been keen to get home to their own beds. Solo, however, didn’t make a move to get out of the car. He just sat in silence, staring up at his apartment, where he could see there was light on.

“What is wrong, my friend?” Illya asked, with concern.

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