February 23rd, 2018

LF lost bookmark: historical au

So I was sure I had this bookmarked, but I was looking for it all over my diigo account and could not find this fic and it's just killing me. Either I failed to bookmark, did not add the right tags or no tags at all(don't know if there's a way I could look up bookmarks with no tags on diigo and I have over 3k bookmarks) and I can't remember where I got it, I think it was a couple years olds and I bookmarked last year.

So the fic I'm pretty sure it was mcu instead of comic verse. I never read the story just kind quickly went over the summary and I couple of reviews and that's about it. It's supposed to be set in either the 30's or 40's. I think Steve is supposed to be a soldier, not sure if Tony was military or civilian, but it was a multichapter story and I think it had over 10-20 chapters. It's not the The Heat and Breeze by bellinibeignet.

It had a LOT of comments-I think that's the reason why I bookmarked it- and I remembered I read some reviews on it mentioning Steve 'ravishing' Tony's hole (Only reason I remembered that from the reviews is coz I lol'ed at and it was mentioned in the reviews quite often from what little I read) I think it had a Period-Typical Homophobia tag.

That's it long multichapter fic, mcu, historical au, lots of reviews on it. Any suggestions are welcomed. Thanks in advance to anyone who comments on this.

Tony supports his battle decisions in the simulator afterward

There's one story I can't find, but I'd like any other story with this scenario. Tony does something, makes some moves in the midst of battle that either wasn't ordered by the Captain or went against Cap's order. Rogers doesn't care about Tony's reasoning, doesn't care that maybe Tony saw something or knew something he didn't, he proceeds to dress him down like an unruly child. Stark was disobedient and that all that counts. So Tony goes to his lab space for a day or two and when he invites the team in he's constructed a computerized simulation of the battle, showing them the widespread death that would have occurred if he had not acted. The one I recall was something about a car bomb that would have taken Natasha out and collapsed at least one building on the team.

Another good example of what I'm looking for (I know I have this story, just can't recall the title at the moment.) has Clint getting hit with a spell or ray of some sort that has him hearing everyone else's thoughts. Just as a battle is over they discover a bomb (nuke?) in a nearby building ready to explode. Tony takes it up high and tosses it where it explodes over water. Cap is ready to dress him down when Clint speaks up. He'd heard Tony's faster-then-lightning calculations of percentages of safety on what moves to make, who had the best chance of surviving, etc. So, no, Iron Man was not thoughtless or careless in his actions, he had everything figured out in a second or two.