The Dayspring Archive - Cable fic


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50 Ways To Be A Summers (Brucha Meyers)
(G) The Summers family is second to none when it comes to complexity.


A Crazy Kinda Way To Spend The Afternoon (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Cable, Iceman, and Gambit are captured by rogue Genoshan magistrates, and spend a very edifying afternoon in a cell together. (Archivist's Note: Tied to Kaylee's 'Mooks' series.)

A Little Faith (Diamonde)
(PG) After Scott's death, Bobby Drake comforts his 'nephew', even though Cable's convinced he doesn't need any comfort.

A Second More (Andrea)
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
(PG) The Dayspring unit escapes from Apocalypse's fortress along with a new member of the family.

A Short Shower (Mel)
(G) Every piece of information can have strategic value--even the obvious fact that Cable is not a morning person.

A Sight Beyond Forever (Riana)

A Walk Through Niflheim (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] [2] (in progress...)
(R) After a horrific encounter with an insane Magneto in the shifts, Nathan responds to a strange summons and leaves the Oasis once more. He winds up in a strange, surreal shift, where the potential for revelation is almost as great as the danger. Shadowlands.

After The Fall (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Sequel to Jaya Mitai's On Letting Go . After a disastrous mission, Scott tries to cope with his son's death.

Aftermath (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) After Scott is separated from Apocalypse, he finds Nathan up late one night, brooding, and forces his son to finally confront the truth about his behavior during the months he thought Scott was dead.

Akashic Gospels (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] (in progress...)
(PG-13) At the Oasis, Nathan keeps a diary, not knowing if anyone will ever read it, but determined to record life amid the shifts.

Akkaba Revisited (Alicia McKenzie)

And Miles To Go (Kaylee)
(PG-13) Cable says goodbye to Domino on a cold winter's night.

...And The Years Have Left No Mark (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Time travel does strange things to the aging process--enigmatic, but true.

Another Place And Day (Nikki)
(PG) After his falling out with the Pack, Cable is reflecting on the past and feeling rather depressed about the future, when the dice happen to fall his way

Ashes Of Chaos: Break Of Dawn (Jaya Mitai, Persephone & Mel)
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] (in progress...)
(PG-13) Stryfe attacks Cable at one of his safehouse, leading to dire consequences for them both.

Askani Anthem (Ana Lyssie Cotton)
(G) A song for Cable.

Aspect (Alicia McKenzie)
(R) The first Shadowlands story. Reality has been shattered, and two old soldiers find comfort in each other amid the ruins.


Belle Of The Ball (Ana Lyssie Cotton)
(PG) Cable. Aunt May. What more can be said?

Between The Shore And The Deep Blue Sea (Alicia McKenzie)
(G) On vacation with Domino in Florida, Cable makes some unusual new friends in the Gulf of Mexico.

Beyond (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Nathan leaves a farewell message for his father, just in case...

Beyond The Pale (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) What was happening to Cable while Stryfe was in control of his body?

The Blaquesmith Chronicles (Matt Nute)
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
(PG) Five years in the future, Blaquesmith tells a special bedtime story to the daughter of a dear friend.

Bleed (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) After the battle between Apocalypse and the Twelve, and the loss of Scott, Nathan and Jean confront each other, and their guilt and grief explode in the most dangerous way imaginable...

Blood Stand (Paradoqz)
(PG-13) In the 38th century, Tetherblood continues to fight the good fight, and in the middle of a desperate battle, has a remarkable encounter with some very familiar faces.

Brave New World (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] (in progress...)
(PG-13) Thrown off the battlefield into a past world he knows nothing about, a confused and disoriented Nathan Dayspring turns for help to Charles Xavier.

Burning Bridges (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) After his fight with Cable in X-Force #25, Magneto contemplates in the differences in their ideals.

By The Lake (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Bishop and Cable find common ground and surprising comfort in each other on a very strange night...'


Cable's Contribution': An Addendum To The Askani Book of Proverbs (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Ever wondered what Cable might have to contribute to Askani 'wisdom'?

Caer Sidi (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] (in progress...)
(PG-13) As the X-Men relax in New Orleans after their battle with the Slavers in Russia, Jean starts to suspect that there's something very wrong with Nathan...

Callings (Adriana)
(PG) Nathan reflects on how his powers have affected his life.

Checkmate (Ana Lyssie Cotton)
(PG) Some unusual brother-sister bonding...

Chosen (Alicia McKenzie)

The Chosen Few (Ana Lyssie Cotton)
(PG-13) Lost in the shifts, a Cable happens upon Sunnydale, California, and a certain young woman with whom he shares, among other things, a last name--

Clan Chosen (Alicia McKenzie)

(PG) Nathan makes a promise to Jenskot.
Belisarius Laughed
(PG) Nathan Dayspring sets out on a dangerous mission to liberate a city from Canaanite control without telling Jenskot...
Live To Fight Another Day
(PG) The Clan Chosen lose a city to the Canaanites, and Nathan learns once more about the demands of leadership.
(PG) On the festival eve of Winternight, Nathan Dayspring and his son Tyler make an unexpected journey to help someone in need...a journey that foreshadows one that Domino and Sam Guthrie will make years into Nathan's future, and two millenia in the past.
Night Falls
(PG-13) After the defeat of the Clan Chosen, Stryfe visits Dayspring in his cell
(PG-13) The leader of the Clan Chosen contemplates triumph over the Canaanites, and the price paid for victory.
(PG-13) A sad little story about collateral damage, set after the defeat of the Clan Chosen.

Clear As Midnight (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) The Christmas after losing Scott, Nathan gets a particularly meaningful gift from a very special someone.

Confessional (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Cable has a conversation with a psychiatrist about the burdens he bears.

Conversation Over Hot And Sour Soup (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Meet Minerva Parker: associate professor, mutant clairvoyant, and Cable's very own 'Delphic Oracle'.

Counting One (Dyce)

Cry Of The Heart (Four Rubai For Cable) (Alicia McKenzie)


Damned Time And Dammed Time (Dyce)
[Prologue] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] (in progress...)
(PG-13) Somewhere between life and death, Stryfe decides he needs a new approach.

The Dark Age (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Not long after the beginning of his association with X-Force, Pete Wisdom is summoned to Paris by his 'predecessor' for a talk.

Dark Reflection: Cable And Stryfe (Riana)

...Did You Know It? (TM)
(G) Everyone needs a hobby, but Cable's would come as something of a surprise to everyone who knows him.

Don't Be Reasonable (Diamonde)
(PG) Cable comes to check on Domino after her encounter with 'Junior', and winds up having a very enlightening conversation with Sam.

Double Helix (Andrea & Persephone)

Twin Destinies [1] [2] [3] [4]
(PG) The timeline takes a very different path, and Nathan and Stryfe end up in very different places. . .
Twin Divide [1] [2]
(PG) Nathan begins to put his plans into motion, as he and Stryfe come to terms with their divergent paths.

Doubt (Tomato)
(PG) Nathan examines his, and others', perceptions of Scott's death.

Dreams In The Mist (Persephone)
(PG) Unwilling to wait in the Subreality Caf? between chapters of True Believers, Cable encounters a very special unwritten fictive.

Duet (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) When Nate Grey accidentally kills Cable while the two of them fought Apocalypse, he finds out that for some actions, there is not such thing as mitigating circumstances...


Erinyes (Diamonde & Alicia McKenzie)

Erinyes: Yours Sincerely
(PG-13) A young Eris happens upon a surprising opportunity to lash out at Natalie.
Erinyes: Hell Hath No Fury (with Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) In a slightly different world, Natalie Dayspring leads the Clan Chosen against the Canaanites and Eris, her mortal enemy.

Eve (Diamonde)
(R) Stryfe takes a terrible vengeance on Aliya.


Fable (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) A story told to the children of the Oasis...

Faces Of Askani'son (Shai PeriHawk)
(PG) A range of characters reflect on the young Nathan.

False Sorrows (Riana)

First Kiss (Persephone)
(PG) When Stryfe is carried away from a battle with the Clan Chosen, he finds himself in an unexpected situation.

Fluffy Friendly Fever Dreams (Dyce)
(G) An ill Cable has a philosophical discussion with some very unusual visitors.

Fly On The Wall: Cable (Em-Spider)
(G) Cable through the eyes of an inquisitive fly.

Flying Dutchman (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Nathan, Scott, and Chris Summers get together for a bit of a vacation on the Starjammer, but the trip takes a surprising turn when they receive a distress signal and go to investigate.

For The Good Of The Team (Lise)
(G) Some addictions CAN'T be broken--at least, not without alarming consequences. ;)

Forever (Persephone)
(PG) Someone watches over Cable forever in spirit.

Forever, You Said (Persephone)
(PG) After her death, Aliya watches her husband's life in the twentieth century...

Full Circle (Adriana)
(PG-13) The things that need to be said can be said anytime, even if all the other person can do is listen.

Future Pluperfect (Domenika Marzione)
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(PG-13) A visitor from the future arrives as a new threat faces Cable and the X-Men.


Gethsemane (Dyce)
(PG-13) After the battle at Akkaba, a certain song rubs salt in Cable's wounds.

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? (Persephone)
[1] [2] [3] [4] (in progress...)
(PG) An unexpected arrival at Oasis causes quite a stir, but his help in the attempt to reassemble the Twelve and repair reality may turn out to be invaluable. Part of the Shadowlands universe.


History Buffs (Alicia McKenzie)
(G) Working alone in the library, a grad student encounters a very unusual visitor. (Archivist's note: Written for the OTL Self-Insertion Challenge.)

Hooray, Hooray, The T-O's Gone Away! or "Yoink!" (And That's A Technical Term!) (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Cable's cured himself of the T-O virus. He's very happy. Soon, the whole world is going to know it... ;)


I Saw Mommy Kissing... That Flonqing Bastard Remy LeBeau (Dandelion)
(PG-13) In Moscow, Cable wrestles with the reality of Jean and Remy's new relationship.

I'm Waiting (Sparks)
(R) Aliya's thoughts on a night that changed her life forever.

In My Image (Diamonde)
[1] [Interlude 1] [2] [3] [4] [Interlude 2] (in progress...)
(PG-13) Something very strange is happening to Sam.

In The Still Of The Night (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Masquerading as Domino, Copycat reflects on how 'difficult' her job has become--and how dangerous it is to fall in love with your target.


Just Passing Through... (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) When a solo mission for the Pack goes wrong, an injured and delirious Cable is visited by a strange little girl and her talking dog...


The Kitten Saga (Ana Lyssie Cotton & Persephone)

Night Terrors
(G) Stryfe's attempt to get a good night's sleep is frustrated by an unwelcome visitor.
To Name A Nuisance (with Persephone)
(G) The 'nuisance' plays a surprising role in events when Cable is captured by the Canaanites.
Been Here Forever... (with Persephone)
(G) Cable continues to establish his control over the Canaanite forces while Stryfe adapts to the change in his situation, while Diamonde, in many ways, plays mediator.
Wine, Kitten And... (with Persephone)
(G) Cable continues to establish control over the Canaanites, and like most political campaigns, this one involves a number of social niceties. The kitten, however, has other ideas...
The Thickens Plot (with Persephone)
(G) In the wake of the party, a pair of unlikely rescuers attempt to free Stryfe, and several interesting new developments take place.
Same As It Ever Was? (with Persephone)
(G) The further adventures of Stryfe and Diamonde.
Gonna Be A Daddy (with Persephone)
(G) In every female cat's life comes 'That Time', and Diamonde is determined to make the most out of it...
How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (with Persephone)
(G) The kittens arrive, and Stryfe's getting restless...
Silent Fears And Breakfast (with Persephone)
(PG) Stryfe struggles to come to terms with his current situation, and it's not an easy process.
Babysitting And Chicken Soup (with Persephone)
(PG-13) The socialization of Stryfe continues apace...


Land Of The Living (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Searching for X-Force at the Colossal Man festival, Cable finds himself caught up in the festivities, and nearly loses himself along the way.

The Last Meeting (Maria Cline)
(PG) Cable visits a terminally ill Scott.

Last Survivor (Riana)

Leave (Jaya Mitai)
[1] [2] [3] [4]
(R) In a world where Slym and Redd were the ones to raise Stryfe and Cable was lost to Apocalypse, the brothers are still in conflict, and Nathan, now known as Sunspear, deprives Stryfe, in the most horrifying way possible, of someone dear to him.

Letters From The Edge (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Carrying on an email conversation with his son, Scott starts to realize that something is very wrong.

Lilies Of The Field (Em-Spider)
(G) Cable spends a rare quiet afternoon.

Love Me Like Sunday (Sparks)
(PG) Nathan goes for a walk to speak to someone very near and dear about what's in his heart.


Magik Lessons (Persephone)
(PG) A request for help from the new ruler of Limbo leaves Cable in a very unusual situation.

Make A Wish (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Nathan Summers has made a habit of waking up on the wrong side of the bed, but he's about to learn that even the most unpromising day can take a turn for the better.

Masks (Jenrhianna)
(PG) Domino's thoughts on Cable.

The Meaning Of Sorry Having No Meaning By Nathan 'Cable' Summers (Cosmic)
(PG) Nathan contemplates his philosophy.

Mindful Of Each Ghost (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Cable isn't coping well in the wake of Scott's death, and Gambit, as his team leader, finds himself forced to step in.

Moebius Strip (Alara Rogers)
(PG-13) Cable takes the future into his own hands once more, but with a very different strategy this time...

Moebius Time (Dyce)
Moebius Time II (Dyce)


Need (A.j.)
(PG-13) Stacey reflects on Nathan, and the choices she's made about their relationship.

Needs Must (Falstaff)
(PG-13) Blaquesmith reflects on his pupil, and what must be.

Never Tell Me The Odds (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Logan is captured by people who are very interested in something in his mind. But why--and why can't he remember? And what does Cable have to do with it?

Nightmares (Riana)

Nocturnes (Alicia McKenzie)

Water For The Dead
(PG-13) After Domino is killed in battle, Cable is overcome with grief. Nocturne #1.
The Bondage Of Sorrow
(PG-13) Magneto, the man partially responsible for Domino's death, tries to deal with the horrific reality of a psi-link accidentally formed between him and Cable that day. Nocturne #2.
Where Anger Bleeds
(PG-13) Xavier tries to confront Cable about the psi-link with Magneto, but Nathan is in no mood to listen. Nocturne #3.
Just A Stretch Of Mortal Time
(PG-13) Logan and Cable clash in the Danger Room--and not in a program. Nocturne #4.
Memento Mori
(PG-13) Scott's attempt to get through to his son has tragic results. Nocturne #5.
The World In Shadow
(PG-13) Rachel Summers comes to Magneto in astral form, to persuade him to help her brother. Nocturne #6.
The City Of The Evening Star
(PG-13) Lost in his own mind, Cable finds his heart's desire--or does he? Nocturne #7.
Watched You Fall
(PG-13) One of Cable and Domino's 'children' sits at his bedside, trying to deal with her fear and her own feelings of guilt over Domino's death. Nocturne #8.
Cry In The Wilderness
(PG-13) Magneto and Jean Grey descend into Cable's mind to try and bring him out of his coma, but they aren't prepared for what they find... Nocturne #9.
Cast Your Soul To The Sea
(PG-13) The final confrontation between Cable and Magneto, and a stunning decision. Nocturne #10.

Not Alone (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Cable is rescued from Apocalypse's fortress by the Twelve.


Occam's Razor (Alicia McKenzie)

On Letting Go (Jaya Mitai)
(PG-13) A lot remains unresolved between Cable and Cyclops, but when tragedy strikes on a mission, one of them learns how unimportant it all is, and what really matters.

Open House (Paradoqz)
(PG) The Shadow King jumps into Cable's mind, but finds out he's not the only one who's 'been there and done that'.

Open Fires (Matt Nute)
(PG) A day in the life of Blaquesmith, before he ever meets the Askani'son...

The Other Side (Riolee)
(PG-13) Stryfe reflects on his family.

The Outsider's Arc (Alicia McKenzie)

[Notes] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20]
(PG-13) Not long after Operation: Zero Tolerance, Cable is called in to help Logan and Bishop track two mutant criminals, one of which is a young girl with a strange and dangerous psionic power. But as first Sinister and the Marauders, then Rachel Summers, the Mother Askani, become involved, the three find out very quickly that things aren't what they seem...
Interlude: Northern Lights
(PG) Recuperating in Alaska following the events of Dreamweaver, Cable turns out to be a very cranky convalescent, and Domino's about to strangle him until he chooses an unusual way to make it up to her.
True Believers
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] (in progress...)
(PG-13) Still suffering the aftereffects of his injuries, Cable is drawn back into his endless war with Apocalypse when a mysterious force somehow connected to his ancient enemy begins disrupting the timestream itself. But as he marshals both his strength and his allies to stop it, the buried secrets of the Askani Sisterhood being to emerge--secrets that could threaten Cable's mission, the people he loves, and his very sanity.
Epinikion (with Cascade)
[Prologue] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [Interlude] [10] (in progress...)
(PG-13) Rachel Summers and Tanya Trask, the young women who will eventually become the Mother Askani and Madame Sanctity, are brought to a pause in their journey through the timestream for a lesson in the dangers of altering history. Meanwhile, Dana Hawkes and Sam Guthrie celebrate their wedding, never knowing how little it would take to turn their hopeful future into a nightmare...
Coda: At The Water's Edge
(PG) After Cable's death, Logan contemplates the past, and the surprising friendship they wound up sharing. (Note: Tied to the Outsider's Arc, but no longer 'canonical' in relation to the Pantheon series.)

Over The Hills And Far Away (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) In the aftermath of the battle with Apocalypse, when his own body turns against him, Cable flees the mansion.


Packing Tape (Lise)
(PG-13) Cable celebrates a certain significant event by making up a number of Christmas presents...

Paint It Black (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Sometime after the battle at Akkaba, Nate Grey happens across Cable in New York and discovers that his 'big brother' isn't dealing with Scott's 'death' and other recent events very well at all.

The Paladin Trilogy (Alicia McKenzie)

Broken [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
(R) Captured by the Dark Riders, Cable accepts Apocalypse's offer of one-on-one combat--and loses. But that defeat is only the beginning...
Crusade [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] (in progress...)
(R) Apocalypse continues the process of molding Cable into his paladin, and the X-Men and X-Force begin to realize that rescue may no longer be an option.

Pantheon (Alicia McKenzie)

(G) Sam and Dana's son is born, and little Nathan Thomas has a late-night 'talk' with his godfather. Part of the Pantheon timeline.
Kicking And Screaming All The Way Out To Pasture
(PG) Nathan Summers begins to realize just how little he likes the role of 'semi-retired desk-jockey'. Part of the Pantheon timeline.
Peacekeepers: Denver
[1] [2] [3] [4]
(PG-13) A seemingly ordinary day is shattered when a terrorist group calling itself the Unity commits an atrocity of unimaginable scope. Part of the Pantheon timeline.
Black Knights
[1] (in progress...)
(PG-13) A year after the Unity's attack on Denver, a group of young XSE officers, led by Clare Summers, begin their own private war against the terrorists. Part of the Pantheon timeline.
Water Music
(PG) After her father's death, Clare reflects by the water. Part of the Pantheon timeline.

The Paradox Of Cable (Riana)

Passings In The Night (Riana)

The Patron Saint Of Lost Causes (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] [2] [3]
(PG-13) Injured, ill and exhausted, Nathan takes a break from his latest 'crusade' to spend Christmas with his sister.

Peach Nectar (Jaya Mitai)
(PG-13) In the thirty-eighth century, the Clan Chosen and the Canaanites clash yet again, with unexpected consequences for both Stryfe and Nathan Dayspring.

Penumbra (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) A very odd dream reveals to Scott a part of his son's life that he never dreamed existed.

Poenas (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Released by Apocalypse, a confused and tormented Caliban comes looking for the man who apparently 'abandoned' him to Ozymandias in the Morlock tunnels--Cable.

Precipice (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) His reason for being completed and his powers out of control, a distraught Nathan finds out that the only way out is to go forward.

Promise (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) At Tyler Dayspring's funeral, the student becomes the teacher as Sam tries to help Cable through his grief.
Anniversary (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Sequel to Promise. On the one-year anniversary of Tyler's death, Logan follows an impulse to visit his grave in Kentucky, only to encounter Cable there.

The Psi-War Trilogy (Alicia McKenzie)

The End Of Magic
(PG) After the Psi-War, Cable runs into Betsy Braddock, and the two of them talk about the changes in their lives since her battle with Farouk on the astral plane.

The Purple Toothbrush (Diamonde)
(PG) An exhausted Cable returns to one of his safehouses, and discovers a poignant reminder of the past--and a little hope for the future.


Quintessence (Persephone)
(PG) When a certain - and often uncomfortable - philosophy rules your life, you have to find some way to reconcile yourself to it.


Rainy Days (Allure)
(PG) Needless death is a bitter thing. Forgiveness can be worse.

Raven Skies (Alicia McKenzie)
[2] [3] [Epilogue]
(PG-13) Cable vanishes mysteriously, and a worried Domino goes first to Logan and Kai, and then to her old friend G.W. Bridge for help. (Archivist's note: Tied to Kaylee's Kai & Logan series.)
Stargazers (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Not long after the events of Raven Skies , Kai and Cable share an...astronomical experience. (Archivist's note: Tied to Kaylee's Kai & Logan series.)

Rebellious Hearts (JenesisX)
[1] [2] [3] [4]
(PG-13) Picking up where the Askani'son Limited Series leaves off, 'Rebellious Hearts' is a story of the early years of the Clan Chosen rebellion.
First Blood (JenesisX)
[1] [2] [3] [4]
(PG-13) The sequel to Rebellious Hearts. Nathan and Aliya's relationship grows as the Clan Chosen face real combat for the first time.

Reconstruction (Alicia McKenzie)

My Own Prison
(PG-13) After Stryfe's reappearance, Rogue is concerned about Cable's possible reaction and speaks to him about the matter. But the conversation soon gets out of hand.
Frozen Sun
(PG-13) Rogue goes out to retrieve a depressed and angry Cable from a local bar, but the violent confrontation that results has very unintended consequences.

Replay (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) The night when Malcolm and Randall were killed is one of Bishop's most painful memories, but when Cable finds him running that particular Danger Room program yet again, he isn't shy about voicing his opinion on the matter.

Resurrection By Fire (Riana)

The Riddle Of Steel (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Life - and Cable - through the eyes of Apocalypse.


Sagarmatha (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) After Scott's death, Nathan takes a break in his wandering to visit a particular place in Nepal...

Second Sun (Persephone)
(PG-13) Sometimes, what might have been is the most heartbreaking truth of all.

September Skies (Trisha L. Sebastian)
(PG) On a morning jog, Sam contemplates his teacher and 'father'.

Shadows (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) In the wake of the battle in Latveria with Stryfe and X- Man, an exhausted Cable is wracked with self-doubt that manifests in a very...unusual way.

Shekinah (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Sometime during the six-month gap, Cable returns to Akkaba, and Jean comes looking for him.=

The Shi'ar Coffee Story (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Coffee that isn't coffee, and one half-asleep, caffeine- addicted time traveler. Two words: take cover.

Shields (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Tragedy strikes, and Cable must say goodbye to an old friend.

Shots (Adriana)
(PG-13) What if it hadn't been Hammer who'd tried to hand that disk to Stryfe on that fateful day? What if it had been someone a lot nearer and dearer to Cable's heart? Would that have changed anything?

Size Doesn't Matter (Ana Lyssie Cotton)
(PG) Cable gets himself in a strange 'little' predicament...

Small World (Diamonde)
(PG-13) Going out one morning in search of coffee, Cable finds much more than he bargained for...

So Long (Sparks)
(PG-13) Stryfe looks out upon the world as he searches for meaning in his life.

So Long, Farewell (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Death comes for Cable after he dies fighting Apocalypse.

Sparring (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Staying at the mansion just after the Phalanx Covenant, Angelo watches Cable pushing his limits in a lethal Danger Room program, and afterwards finds himself being 'tested'.

Stars In My Coffee (Dyce)

The Storm (Zanne)
(PG-13) Cable helps a young woman in the midst of a personal tragedy.

Subreality Cafe: The Pros And Cons Of Unrepentant Sadism (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Alicia stops in at the Cafe, looking for a Cable fictive, and runs into another Cable who's had just about enough of her penchant for torturing him and his counterparts.

Succession (Persephone)
(PG-13) In the Shadowlands, one particular Nathan Dayspring takes part in a very unique ritual to ensure the survival of his Clan. Part of the Shadowlands universe.

Summer Rain (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Corsair comes home to Earth for a visit, and finally gets to meet his grandson as an adult.

Summers On The H.M.S. Bellicose (Jaya Mitai)
(PG-13) An Elseworlds tale of Lieutenant Nathan Summers and five very unusual women.

Suncross (Alicia McKenzie)

Ash And Shadow
(PG-13) In a world where no one 'won' Inferno, a vastly altered Nathan fights alongside the remnants of the X-Men against Apocalypse and Madelyne Pryor, the Goblin Queen.
Eden In Your Dreams
(PG-13) Colossus dies in another battle with the forces of Limbo, and Cecilia, unable to save him, finds herself unable to sleep. Wandering in the garden dome, she encounters Cable, and they share a rare peaceful moment.


Take Me Out To The Ballgame... (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Nathan and Scott take a trip into the city to take care of some legal business and catch a baseball game, but the day takes an unexpected and dangerous turn.

Tales Of The Wild Pack (Alicia McKenzie)

Truth In The Tequila [1] [2] [3]
(PG-13) A mission gone bad awakens dark and painful memories for Cable, and the rest of the Pack is floored by his unique 'coping strategy'.
Turn Around And Face Your Fate
(PG-13) After the Pack's final mission, Cable has to face up to the consequences of that last, horrific decision.

Talisman (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) After the battle at Akkaba, Cable adds something to his uniform.

Through The Looking Glass (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] [2] [3] (in progress...)
(PG) Cable falls through some rotted floorboards and wakes up in a very strange place...

Through Fire (Riana)

Thunder Chasing The Wind (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) In a future where the Sentinels have taken over, Cable rescues Storm from a prison camp.

Time Passages (Ana Lyssie Cotton)
[1] (in progress...)
(PG) A very unusual young woman rescues Cable from Stryfe after the defeat of the Clan Chosen, and that's only the beginning.

Tin Soldier (Riana)

The Top Ten Reasons Cable Kicks Himself In The Ass (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) A Letterman-esque look at all the reasons Cable has to feel sorry for himself.

Transfiguration (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] [2] [3]
(PG-13) Two months after the battle at Akkaba, Psylocke finally has to deal with the Shadow King for once and for all, and Cable becomes a pawn in their struggle.

Two Princes (Alicia McKenzie)

Two Princes
(PG) After Slym and Redd vanish, a suddenly 'orphaned' Nathan decided to take Stryfe with him as he flees Apocalypse's palace.
Island In A Sea Of Sand
(PG-13) Nate and Stryfe hide out in the desert as the dog soldiers search for them. The two boys still don't know if they can trust each other, but when Nate falls ill, their uneasy understanding is put to the test.


Unexpected Companions (Persephone)
[1] [2] [3]
(PG) Cable runs into two very familiar people, only they're nothing like their counterparts from his world--and in the case of one of them, this is definitely a good thing! Despite some awkwardness, the three of them decide to travel together, and a remarkable journey begins... Part of the Shadowlands universe.


Verona (Dyce)

Visitation (Phil Hartman)
(G) After Scott's death, a depressed Cable has an illuminating encounter with...himself?

Vows (Cosmic)
(PG) On a very important day, Nathan tries to make peace with his past so that he can move forward.


War Crimes (Diamonde)
(PG) Stryfe contemplates his war with Cable, and what it's cost both of them.

Weep Not, Aliya (Riana)

Welcome The Sun (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Domino finds Cable watching the sunrise one morning, and he makes a surprising revelation.

What Is, What If (Zanne)
(PG) Cable talks frankly to Irene about his fears and doubts and hopes.

When Night Falls (Riolee)
(PG-13) A grieving Cable receives some good advice from an unusual source.

When We Two Parted (Brooke Hembree)
(PG-13) Cable, agent of SHIELD, makes an error in judgement on a dangerous mission, and an innocent young girl pays the price.

Where Light Dwells (Diamonde)
(PG-13) Stryfe is given a second chance... (Archivist's Note: Connected to 'In My Image'.)

Who Lives By The Sword (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Imprisoned and tortured, Cable is losing his mind, slipping farther and farther into hallucinations.

Wings And Dreams (Jaya Mitai)

Of Clipped Wings And Dying Dreams
(PG-13) After a boy is killed 'playing Cannonball', Cable and Domino must track down a distraught Sam.
Of Failing Wings And Broken Dreams
(PG-13) Sam returns with Cable and Domino, but the situation gets worse.
Of Shattered Wings And Fading Dreams
(PG-13) Tragedy perpetuates tragedy, striking down the last person you would ever expect.
Of Fluttering Wings And Forgotten Dreams
(PG-13) After the events of 'Shattered Wings', Cable is struggling for control and lost in memories of the past. . .as a very dangerous door opens.
Of Spreading Wings And Sickly Dreams
(PG-13) Sam struggles to survive while Cable fights his own desperate battle.
Of Raising Wings And Deadly Dreams
(PG-13) Sinister's plan begins to unfold, and the new player in the game settles into his 'role'.
Of Ragged Wings And Hollow Dreams
(PG-13) Domino and the X-Men face a desperate dilemma, and the enemy within plots.
Of Kismet Wings And Killing Dreams
(PG-13) The situation with Cable comes to a head, and Sinister advances his plan another step.
Of Struggling Wings And Besieged Dreams
(R) Sam is found, and the large battle begins. . .
Of Tethered Wings And Haunted Dreams
(PG-13) . . .but things don't go well. . .
Of Crushed Wings And Conquered Dreams
(PG-13) . . .and sometimes, even 'winning' isn't a cause for celebration.
Of Ruined Wings And Wakened Dreams
(PG-13) The aftermath, as the major players try to pick up the pieces. But is it the end?

Wiser Days (Alicia McKenzie)
[1] [2] [3] [4]
(PG-13) A young British Intelligence agent by the name of Pete Wisdom is sent to 'remove' Cable, and an assassination attempt turns into the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Worlds Between Us (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG-13) Lost in the shifting zones, Scott Summers find himself the prisoner of the son he never knew, about to pay the price for a 'crime' he never committed.


X-S: Growing Up X (Alicia McKenzie)

X-S: A Shoulder To Cry On
(PG)After the birth of her cousin Rachel, an out-of-sorts Siku receives comfort from a very unexpected source--her cousin Nathan.
X-S: A Winter's Tale
(PG) After a difficult day at school and stresses at home, Siku finds her heart lightened when she shares a very special experience with her cousins Nathan and Rachel.


You Said You Wanted A Revolution (Alicia McKenzie)
(PG) Cable walks through a city, seeing both its public face and the shadows beneath the surface.


Zoo Day (DuAnn Cowart)
(PG) Deadpool's got some--shocking news for Cable; the Summers family tree just got a lot weirder, and the Askani'son may never be the same.


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