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14 May 2012 @ 11:36 pm
Memeage of a crossover nature  
Taken from my meme dealer, the lovely joonscribble.

Give me two fandoms I'm a fan of and/or have written for and I'll describe to you how the crossover could happen.
donutsweeperdonutsweeper on May 15th, 2012 03:43 am (UTC)
Merlin and Doctor Who/Torchwood (or Jack Harkness, anyway)
The Writer They Call Tay: MERLIn: All wet from saving the dayawanderingbard on May 15th, 2012 09:00 pm (UTC)

The Stuff of Legends

A mysterious man appears in Camelot in a flash of light, a clear feat of sorcery that has him immediately arrested. His execution date is set and Merlin attempts a daring rescue, but the man is killed by the guards before he can reach safety. As he lies dying, he sticks a strange bracelet on Merlin's wrist and the young wizard is transported into the distant future.

In this new world, known as 'Cardiff', Merlin finds he's somehow become a figure of legend, that magic no longer exists and that a strange man in a blue box is in desperate need of his help. Also that the man who died in Camelot is alive and well and has never met Merlin before...
donutsweeperdonutsweeper on May 15th, 2012 10:53 pm (UTC)
oooh I like!!!!
formerly lifeinsomniac: Ducks!joonscribble on May 16th, 2012 01:19 am (UTC)
Because I'm in that sort of mood:

Cabin Pressure and Good Omens
The Writer They Call Tay: CP: Arthur is happy - a lotawanderingbard on May 16th, 2012 01:17 pm (UTC)
Double or Nothing

Crowley is on his way to the annual, mandatory Minions of Hell on Earth Conference, which for reasons that don't need exploring, is always held in Sarnia. He's accompanied by Aziraphale, who has some work to be getting on with in Canada and since the plane was already booked and everything...

During the long flight, Angel and Demon get into one of their philosophical debates that results in a friendly, gentleman's wager. By the end of the flight, Aziraphale believes he can give the nervous pilot a boost of confidence, while Crowley believes he can get the steward to be a little less cheerful. However, it turns out that both goals might be harder to achieve than expected.
formerly lifeinsomniac: Ducks!joonscribble on May 16th, 2012 01:20 pm (UTC)
OMG perfect!! I want this story to happen ever so much!
The Writer They Call Tay: CP: Captain Martinawanderingbard on May 17th, 2012 03:00 am (UTC)
If I felt I had any sort of GO voice, I'd take a stab at it, but I really don't think I'm familliar enough with the source material. I do think Aziraphale's plan would would involve causing crises for Martin to solve, which Douglas would immediately and calmly handle while Martin flailed around like a muppet. And Crowley's insults would go right over Arthur's head. And at the end Martin would be a big mess of nerves with a twitching eyelid and Arthur would be even more cheerful than before, because Aziraphale left them a bit tip for all the troubles he caused.
rodlox: going to hugrodlox on June 5th, 2012 08:06 am (UTC)
Lie to Me / Iron Man
The Writer They Call Tay: IM: Tony Stark is awesomeawanderingbard on June 5th, 2012 10:14 pm (UTC)
Interrogation Techniques

After a series of reports claiming that Iron Man is responsible for several civilian deaths in the Middle East, Tony Stark finds himself a subject of an inquiry that no amount of charm or money can dismiss. The Lightman Group is called in by Pepper Potts in hopes of being able to give support to Tony's innocence. Tony isn't entirely happy about cooperating and Cal Lightman finds himself having his work cut out interrogating a genius who has no filter, no patience and no attention span.