Summary: The team are captured and learn that there are two forms of torture.
Summary: There are many dangers in the Pegasus Galaxy that have nothing to do with hostile aliens. After an accident, John finds out the hard way and the Team tries to help him in the aftermath.
Summary: "I mean, really, John," the smile was thoughtful as she looked out at the sun reflecting on the spires of the City, "Sheppard, Shepherd, how many times have you brought your faithful flock home?"
Summary: You know how everyone wanted to see the scene where Rodney found out about Teyla's pregnancy? This isn't it. It's sometime later...
Summary: Nothing is ever black and white in the Pegasus galaxy. John and Rodney face a deadly threat where time is not the only enemy.
Summary: Even in child-loving Pegasus the children of the rich and powerful are targets, and the Lanteans are both rich and powerful beyond imagining.
Summary: AU. John is hired to slay the bad tempered dragon living near the village.
Summary: Missing scenes from 2x18 Michael. All about Sergeant Cole. And how he never really died. Not so much, anyhow. Undertones of Carson/Chair, Chuck/console.
Cole was assigned to look after Michael, but after the sergeant's death, there are some mysterious goings on...
Summary: Addictions, religious zealots, Dream Machines and Wraith! Ronon hasn't found a home in Atlantis, yet. And perhaps he never will. A Ronon-centric story—and a heavy McKay B-plot--with lots of team goodness and whump to go around.
Summary: When Dr. Lizzy Dunham faints in a newly discovered off world lab it turns her life upside down. Visions haunt her sleep, and the expedition discover a new ancient culture. Do they dare learn more of this powerful race?
Summary: After Lucius's removal from Atlantis everyone breathed in a sigh of relief. But Lucius did more damage then they were aware of and now one person is left to pick up the pieces in silence. McKay centric but includes everyone. Spoilers for Irrisistible and Sateda
Summary: Rodney wakes from nightmares to find himself in a different place than where he went to bed. Is he sleepwalking, or is it something more mysterious?
Summary: "Oh, I see how it is. Botany's not a real science; it's just a bunch of plants. No one ever wants to take a botanist hostage, it's always "oh, Doctor McKay, could you build us a bomb," or "construct a death ray or die"."