09 November 2028 @ 10:44 am
This is the Master List for the Celtic Men AU, also known as the Tylwyth Teg AU. This is an "accidental" AU; I knew I wanted to tell stories about the secondary characters, Rhys and Andy. The Rhys one was a pretty straightforward what would have happened if Gwen had died at the end of Series Two, instead of Tosh?, combined with where the heck do weevils come from?. The Andy/Tylwyth Teg story came out of an idle question: what would the real Welsh fairies think about the ones in Small Worlds? and it just blew up from there. The next on the list, which will be about Tim McGee of NCIS, was an utter and complete crack notion that just took hold. So in essence at the beginning you were going to be able to read them as separate stories, but in the Andy one, when Rhys is saved by the Small Ones, they got tied together. I have a feeling I'm going to need a fourth one to work out some of the awkward segues between Story One and Story Two.

As always, links are to the last part of each story.

Evolution.  Rhys, Retconned after Gwen's death at the hands of Jack's brother, Grey, regains his memory in traumatic circumstances and must call on Torchwood for help. here

Bred in the Bone.  Andy, a descendant of the Tylwyth Teg, must reclaim his inheritance in order to save Jack and Ianto's daughter, Gwen. here

Rites of Winter. The Winter Solstice is celebrated in a very unusual way. here

Adaptation. Tim McGee’s worlds collide as Torchwood is drawn into an NCIS case. here

Transitional Form.  The fate of the human race might well be in Rhys's hands. In the works.
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