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Where do you even purchase swastika socks
Who do YOU think sent them?
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from my inbox:
destronomics: did did did howard (also a games-maker, Tony takes after pops after all) keep steve’s body on ice after the games. Did Peggy know. Does Tony get the bright idea for the next Quarter Quell that the showstopper muttations will be the resurrected (and improved!) bodies of popular tributes from years gone by. “Doesn’t every deserve a second chance?” Caesar Flickerman asks the audience with delight.
wildehack: the reanimated muttations are Steve Rogers, asthmatic turned supersoldier, Bruce Banner (who lures tributes in by looking like himself—easy prey—before suddenly mutating into an enraged Hulk), Thor, the Career from the 71st Hunger Games who everyone thought would win until Jane Foster stole the victory by electrocuting six tributes at once—reanimated with lightning— and Maya Hansen, the girl on fire now LITERALLY ON FIRE with Extremis
destronomics: (did. Thor volunteer for Loki. And Loki never forgave him for it.)
The theme of the Quarter Quell is Second Chances, isn’t it? Old Victors vs. Fallen Tributes.
Do you think, ala Mags, Peggy’s in the Quarter Quell? God the moment when Bucky realizes, in the sponsor’s hall where betting is usually done
You know what Avengers 2 could use?
A rousing gym training session with Cap teaching the team how to fight properly and everyone is shirtless or in sports bras and it gets sweaty.
Forget the Ultron aspect.
Just make the movie two hours of that.
steve would look great in a sports bra so i concur
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wait but the hunger games au where Natasha is a sixteen-year old tribute and Bucky is her mentor
(the male tribute is Leo Fitz, and he doesn’t make it past the cornucopia)
and Peggy is the only other victor from their district, and she was Bucky’s mentor, back when Bucky was a tribute
like can you just imagine Peggy with blank eyes sitting next to Bucky in a public theater, watching the games, and she’s got one hand clenched into a fist but the cameras can’t see it—gotta get the mentor’s reaction for the commercial break!—because Bucky’s got his hand folded over hers, hiding it from view. Bucky watches Natasha running for her life on the big screen with a grin, because Bucky’s always been better at this part than Peggy has
(peggy was brutal in the arena, though. she kept the other tribute from her district alive as long as she could, but the poor kid was tiny and had asthma and a heart murmur and an inflated sense of his own courage and in the end she only kissed him once before he did something stupidly heroic and got himself killed trying to save her.)
anyway they sit there and they watch Natasha panting as she runs from an emormous green muttation (it’s got the eyes of that sweet-tempered kid from district five—Brian? Bruce?), sweaty and bloody with her red hair sticking to the side of her face, and they listen to the commentary on Natasha’s odds, Peggy impassive, Bucky smiling, his hand on hers.
Natasha survives the monster. They watch her murder the archer from District 12, the one who joked around with her in training and called her Nat, by shoving him into the path of a deadly man-shaped drone. Clint (seventeen) takes repulsor fire to the chest with surprise on his face, and the cannon sounds.
The commentator swings around to get their reactions, and Peggy raises her champagne. “A toast to President Stane,” she says with false cheer. “And Game-maker Stark. He’s outdone himself.”
The room erupts with applause.