milo36:

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Perfect.
Poor James! xD

Anonymous said: i like sean bean as much as the next but wasn't Alec trevelyan kinda shitty character from goldeneye?

stephrc79:

rehfan:

First of all: where is this question coming from? I mean, why are you asking me? Have I posted something recently that prompted this? I don’t know why you’re asking me this, but ok… (confused now)

To answer your question: Alec Trevelyan was a bad guy from Goldeneye, yes. BUT the interpretations in fanfic that have him included as a character (mainly coming from the kryptaria and stephrc79 camps) have honed him into a character that’s irascible yet lovable, and even a little more trigger-happy than Bond. They kept the friendship and got rid of the betrayal. That’s all.

Hope that helps!

I’m not sure where the question is coming from, either. At least not where it’s directed at rehfan. Yes, the character of Alec Trevelyan was originally the villain. So, in that sense, you could almost say that all of our interpretations of him are AU. The point is taking the friendship that Bond and Trevelyan were clearly supposed to have at the beginning of Goldeneye, and then dumping everything that comes after it.

People rewrite characters all the time in fanfiction. After all, isn’t that sort of the point of it? kryptaria took the idea that Bond needed a friend and utilized a pre-existing canonical character to do it. There’s nothing wrong with changing what the character is about. If we didn’t, then it would just be a story rewrite. It wouldn’t be fanfiction.

James Bond himself is a misogynistic, chauvinistic, borderline sociopath. He’s not incapable of love, but his trust issues run so deep, it’s just easier for him to fall back on making everything in his life quick and dirty. In that respect - and especially considering the disdain Q has for him - a relationship between Bond and Q isn’t just implausible, it’s almost impossible. Outside of aggravated hate-sex, I can’t see the two of them ever being able to make something work.

Does that mean that we shouldn’t write stories about them? After all, Bond is a pig and Q is an absolutely egotistical little shit, who thinks so highly of himself, he misses big picture shit that allows for Silva to escape. Since that is how those two people behave, should we not write stories for them since them falling in love at all is practically OOC? No. We shouldn’t stop writing.

Whether it’s making Bond less of an ass, making Q a tad more humble, or simply NOT making Alec the villain, we should write our stories however we see fit. It’s what makes fanfiction so much fun.

Anonymous said: i like sean bean as much as the next but wasn't Alec trevelyan kinda shitty character from goldeneye?

stephrc79:

rehfan:

First of all: where is this question coming from? I mean, why are you asking me? Have I posted something recently that prompted this? I don’t know why you’re asking me this, but ok… (confused now)

To answer your question: Alec Trevelyan was a bad guy from Goldeneye, yes. BUT the interpretations in fanfic that have him included as a character (mainly coming from the kryptaria and stephrc79 camps) have honed him into a character that’s irascible yet lovable, and even a little more trigger-happy than Bond. They kept the friendship and got rid of the betrayal. That’s all.

Hope that helps!

I’m not sure where the question is coming from, either. At least not where it’s directed at rehfan. Yes, the character of Alec Trevelyan was originally the villain. So, in that sense, you could almost say that all of our interpretations of him are AU. The point is taking the friendship that Bond and Trevelyan were clearly supposed to have at the beginning of Goldeneye, and then dumping everything that comes after it.

People rewrite characters all the time in fanfiction. After all, isn’t that sort of the point of it? kryptaria took the idea that Bond needed a friend and utilized a pre-existing canonical character to do it. There’s nothing wrong with changing what the character is about. If we didn’t, then it would just be a story rewrite. It wouldn’t be fanfiction.

James Bond himself is a misogynistic, chauvinistic, borderline sociopath. He’s not incapable of love, but his trust issues run so deep, it’s just easier for him to fall back on making everything in his life quick and dirty. In that respect - and especially considering the disdain Q has for him - a relationship between Bond and Q isn’t just implausible, it’s almost impossible. Outside of aggravated hate-sex, I can’t see the two of them ever being able to make something work.

Does that mean that we shouldn’t write stories about them? After all, Bond is a pig and Q is an absolutely egotistical little shit, who thinks so highly of himself, he misses big picture shit that allows for Silva to escape. Since that is how those two people behave, should we not write stories for them since them falling in love at all is practically OOC? No. We shouldn’t stop writing.

Whether it’s making Bond less of an ass, making Q a tad more humble, or simply NOT making Alec the villain, we should write our stories however we see fit. It’s what makes fanfiction so much fun.

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quartermastersearlgrey:

If anyone needs me, I’m going to be in my office.  

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Tilting his head, 007 quirked an eyebrow at the sight in front of him.  Taking the window of opportunity before it faded, the agent fired a rubber band at the Quartermaster’s bum before looking back at the file in his hands feigning nonchalance.

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Love in the shape of a man.

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Johnlock - Rags and Riches AU

Deaded.