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londovir- by iamsab

leyenn has started a B5 Ficathon...

... and she needs us assorted Centauriphiles and nutballs to play too. ;)

Pimppimppimp

(andrastewhite: You can request not to be spoiled beyond And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place.)

Here was my entry for those who might be curious:




REQUESTS:

List Pairings: Argh! *wracks brain to narrow it down* Erm, okay. I'll go with the dares. As in, I dare any participant to write Londo/Vir without squicking me (as, I believe, selenak said once, there's an exception to every rule) and G'Kar/Vir (I howled with laughter when I first read that choice, but after ruminating over the idea over dinner, I want to see if G'Kar/Vir is even possible).

So, to summarize:

Pairing #1: Londo/Vir
Pairing #2: G'Kar/Vir

Wildcard: Shadow/Vorlon pr0n!

Characters: Londo, G'Kar

Squick for Vir Pairings: No raping or otherwise physically injuring Vir during the sex act, though emotional angst is okay. Humor, if you can fit it in, gets bonus points.

Squick for Shadow/Vorlon: None.

Spoilers: Bring it on, baby!

WILLING TO WRITE:

Pairings (in order of comfort): Vir/anyone except Londo, Londo/anyone except Vir, G'Kar/anyone, Garibaldi/Lochley (maybe)

Characters (in order of comfort): Vir, Londo, G'Kar

Squick: Don't feel quite ready to write NC-17.

RUSTY SPOON:

Pairings: Susan/Marcus & Sheridan/Delenn (Ragh! Popularity! *melts like the Wicked Witch of the West*), Susan/Talia (can read but can't write- please don't hate me! ;)), Zack/anyone
Characters: Zack, Marcus, Talia *ducks to avoid wrath of pervy telepath fancier*, Lyta, Bester (he skeers me)



Yes, you did read that right. I requested Londo/Vir, G'Kar/Vir and Shadow/Vorlon all out of my own sick curiosity.

Now, off to work on my current writing assignments...
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True. His comments in Rising Star aim at G'Kar's stamina, technique, and, er, tendency to be premature.*g* Great Maker, those scenes are wicked.

And lead neatly not only to Londo/G'Kar with G'Kar determined to prove the slur unfounded, but to another reason for Londo/G'Kar/Mariel, because I can see both of them declaring that they need an independent judge to decide the question of technique.

Well then, why can't we read it?

Londo/Garabaldi. *shakes head* Have I really fallen so far in such a short time? Less than three months since I first posted my first B5 story?

(Seriously, though, I'm waiting for my ficathon assignment. Who knows what people may have asked for ...?)
And lead neatly not only to Londo/G'Kar with G'Kar determined to prove the slur unfounded, but to another reason for Londo/G'Kar/Mariel, because I can see both of them declaring that they need an independent judge to decide the question of technique.

G: Although that shouldn't even be a question. Why do you think Mariel started our affair to begin with? Obviously, she was thoroughly bored with your...attentions.

L: My dear G'Kar, surely it hasn't escaped your attention she didn't give you another look once you lost your position? Obviously, she was prepared to endure a lot, but not clumsiness from a powerless man. Now that I think of it, this probably explains your complete lack of a social life these past few years in general.

G: That's it. I'm inviting her to join us immediately. Perhaps your inevitable humiliation will at least liberate me from your ongoing prattle for a day or two.

Londo/Garibaldi. *shakes head* Have I really fallen so far in such a short time?

Hey, take comfort in the fact there are worse cases. After all, your pal Y. bewilderingly wants to write G'Kar/Sheridan. (Sheridan = so very unslashable.)
Perhaps your inevitable humiliation will at least liberate me from your ongoing prattle for a day or two.

Hee. And I bet Mariel could come up with a way to shut both of them up, too, at least temporarily ...

After all, your pal Y. bewilderingly wants to write G'Kar/Sheridan. (Sheridan = so very unslashable.)

It's certainly not a pairing I could wrap my head around, but I'll gladly read it when she's done. I must encourage her to use her knowledge of post-colonialism to write about Narns, in combination with humans or not *g*.