Summary: Drowning had never been a fear Rodney needed to embrace. Trust, relying on others, and having to betray his own secrets, however, was something that kept him awake at night. Friendship, whump, genetic manipulation, homicidal tree huggers...
Summary: In his trip to the future, John saw a possible reality in which his team died and Earth abandoned Atlantis. He managed to prevent the first, but now the IOA has recalled Colonel Carter and replaced her with Richard Woolsey, as holo-Rodney predicted. Determined to insure a better future for Atlantis and the Pegasus Galaxy, he gathers a group of trusted friends to help him guarantee Atlantis will remain operational no matter what anyone else has to say about it.
Summary: Atlantis has gained its independence. Now they must stand on their own and prepare to rid Pegasus of the Wraith. At the same time, they may have to fight against enemies both in Pegasus and back on Earth who have their own objectives for Atlantis.
Summary: Evan Lorne absolutely does not have a crush on Rodney McKay. That's why his latest assignment - filling in for Colonel Sheppard off-world after an injury during a heroic rescue mission - will not be a problem at all. Nope, not in the least. Also featuring, in no particular order, botanical mischief, alien purity rituals, yoga, and bonus Winchester action.
Summary: In which John finds out about McKay and Lorne and is totally fine with it. Really. Meanwhile on Earth, preparations begin for disclosure. Also includes, in no particular order: wendigos, closed timelike loops, glowing spines, flyboys, and a paradox.
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