With regards to Ike ^^
modified the picture
still one of the best manips
smushes them together
Taken / X-Men First Class AU
Four year old David is the pride and joy of his fathers, Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr. Professor Charles Xavier is a powerful telepathic mutant living in Westchester, New York. He has started a school for mutant children. His life is one of peace and quiet. However, Erik Lehnsherr is actually the man called Magneto. Magneto leads the Brotherhood of X-Men. A group that is not against fighting for the rights of all mutants. In his desire that Charles and their child, David to not get embroiled in his turbulent and violent life, Erik leaves them. But somehow, their secret (David) has been revealed to Magneto’s greatest enemy, William Stryker. William Stryker wants his son, Jason given back to him. It appears that Magneto has taken the teenager. Jason is a very powerful but emotionally unstable young mutant that’s been abused by his own father. Charles contacts Erik frantically to tell him what has happened.
Erik: I swear that I will scour the earth to find David. I will kill everyone if I have to - I will not be held back.
Charles: I’m losing control of my powers. I can’t sense my son and it’s driving me mad. Please Erik - forgive me. I don’t know what to do; I’m so angry.
Erik: There is nothing to forgive. You just need to trust me.
Charles: I do trust you. But I don’t trust myself. So, there is a promise that I need you to break. (sighs) I need you to get your helmet. I need you to wear it; and I need you to protect yourself from me - until this is over.
Thomas Rainsborough and Tom Lefroy
Don’t touch his Prince.
In “Charles Bravo,” the role played by Fassbender here, he makes a marriage of convenience. His spouse is wealthy, but is “damaged goods,” because of an affair (with someone else’s husband) everyone knows about. So if we shoehorn James McAvoy in as the spouse (as you do), then James is a young widower who believes marrying Bravo will make him respectable again. In addition, James finds Bravo attractive, if a little cold and business-like. But after the marriage, Bravo gets colder and uber-controlling, pushing James away emotionally, but is also increasingly cruel about insisting on his “marital rights.” And then… [your story here. please.]
Oh my god. I want this to exist.
Something with a happy ending would be nice…
oh my fuck this wants to be mpreg. I have never gone there. I am going there.