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"The Adventures of GOD"
with Poi Lass
GOD joins the X-Men. 'Nuff said. (Unfinished.)

elsewhere in Alykat's World:

"Kinda Mooks"
When Remy returns from the Antarctic cold, Bobby is the only person who will talk to him as a regular person. Their friendship quickly becomes something more. Slash. (quickly becoming a universe unto itself. some language, mature themes)
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Websites: Crime Alley, The Dracoverse, Mooksville, Earth, Quite Possibly Poi

Stories by Poi Lass

"The Adventures of GOD"
with Kaylee
GOD joins the X-Men. 'Nuff said. (Unfinished.)

Now able to control her powers thanks to Dr. Agee, Rogue decides to make the most of her new "freedom" -- with a definite plan for the evening. (Warning: mature themes.)

"One Touch"
On Rogue and Bobbby's road trip, Rogue fights to control her increased cravings for human touch.

"Start Spreading the News"
Bobby and Gambit decide to "come out" to the rest of the X-Men. You will laugh. Very hard. I promise. (Warning: Some language, mature themes.)

"What You Know Can Hurt You"
This one both is and isn't a Rogue story. A prose-style poem about a mutant that has just discovered his/her powers.

"You Did WHAT in a Cave?"
What really happened between UXM 348 and 349. (Warning: This story deals with sex. In a cave.)

elsewhere in Alykat's World:

"Changing Faces"
Morph actively pursues Bobby, much to Bobby's chagrin -- until he starts to think about it.
Alternate reality. Slash. (Some language, mature themes)
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When Hank is rendered comatose with no chance of awakening, Bobby must come to terms with letting go of his best friend.
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"First, Do No Harm"
After a horrible mistake, Beast abruptly leaves the X-Men, and Bobby tries to coax him to come back home. Told through a series of e-mails and online chat sessions. Utterly heart-wrenching. (Warning: Mature language.)
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When Bobby and Storm decide to become romantically involved, the X-Men are ... less than jubilant about the news.
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"A Small Addiction"
Hank receives an unusual gift -- a small, vibrating mouse -- and ponders who might have sent it to him. Sillyfic.
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"Twenty First Century Guy"
Hank helps Bobby prepare for his first date with a man. Slash.
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"Winter Where You Are"
Feeling unwanted and unloved, Bobby has a talk with Gambit about their relationship. Slash. (Some language and mature themes)
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"With Any Weapon"
After Graydon Creed's attack on William Drake, Bobby fights back in the way that might hurt Creed most.
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"Written from Purgatory: Autobiography of a Mutant"
A young mutant writes a book about her experience of meeting the X-Men. Not a Beast story, per se, but there's a reference to him here that's absolutely priceless. (Unfinished.)
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Website: Quite Possibly Poi (run by Kaylee)

Disclaimers: Marvel thinks they own the X-men. But really God does. And God owns God too. Either way we make no money from this.
Warning: <sigh>. Take a look at the title. If you find it even remotely offensive, you are really not going to enjoy the rest of the story. It is exactly as blasphemous as it sounds. Or more so.

The Adventures of GOD

Yea, and a time came when God looked down upon the earth, and saw that it was in dire need of his divine assistance. Lo, was there war and famine and pestilence, until it seemed indeed that the Apocalypse was approaching well before it was scheduled. And God sighed unto himself, and said "I'M REALLY GETTING TIRED OF PICKING UP AFTER THESE HUMANS, I TELL YA." And in fact it had come to pass that God was tired with most things, for he was God and had done pretty much everything already. Even bungee-jumping.

And for some time he occupied himself with learning to knit, but he was God, and thus it didn't take long. But after he had made all of the Angels nice sweaters (in a very clever herringbone pattern) and accepted their devout thanks (for it sometimes got quite chilly, even in heaven), he became listless once again, and no talk of skiing holidays could rouse him from his apathy.

And he looked down upon the earth one last time - and took note, becoming interested once again. For running (and flying, and so on) all over it were strange men and women that he didn't remember creating, wearing some really wierd clothes.

And yea, they seldom wore sweaters.

And thus did God watched these beings for some time, for they occupied themselves with saving the world, an activity which God, having made it, really approved of. And they traveled the cosmos and the dimensions which men and women were not meant to do, and some among the host spake against them most vehemently.

But God cautioned them to be less hasty, and said that this was his decision to make, for aren't they all, and you'd better remember that buster, if you expect a nice scarf come Christmas.

And after he had thought on it, and had knitted some more mittens for the cherubim, God finally spaketh his judgement on these matters.

And it was:


And so it begins.

PART ONE: GOD joins the X-Men.

PART TWO: GOD and an Atheist

PART THREE: GOD plays poker


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