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"The Mountain Man"
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The Mountain Man by aka "Jake"

"Abaddon's Reign"

Abaddon's Reign

Case Files______________________________

The Bennington Triangle
Rating: R (Graphic Violence)
Summary: A team of wildlife researchers disappears on Glastenbury Mountain in Bennington, Vermont. Abducted by aliens? Eaten by a mythical beast? Drawn into a gravitational vortex? Mulder and Scully travel to Vermont to investigate the "Bennington Triangle." "I'm thinking this might be a case of *un*natural selection, Scully." -- Fox Mulder in "The Bennington Triangle" (Written for I Made This! Productions Virtual Season 9)
Received a 2002 Spookys Honorable Mention (Outstanding X-File).

Malevolence
Rating: R (VERY strong R for Graphic Violence, Language)
Summary: When ex-ISU Chief Bill Patterson is found dead in his prison cell with his face slashed and his eyes cut out, Mulder and Scully pick up the hunt where they left off five years ago. Still convinced the killer is not a man but an evil spirit, Mulder pursues his own investigative methods, bringing him to the brink of insanity for a second time. Meanwhile, Scully is desperate to solve the case before she loses Mulder to his demons forever. (Written for I Made This! Productions Virtual Season 9)

Sticks and Stones
Rating:
R (Violence, Language)
Summary: Just your average everyday mutant hunt? Don’t bet on it. This murdering monster’s MO includes carving Mulder’s name onto his victim’s backs. And Mulder’s taking the killer’s signature personally.
   "I hate this guy, Scully. I hate that he’s using my name. I hate that I’m clueless about why he’s doing what he’s doing. I hate that he’s gonna do it again. And he will kill again. We’re gonna get another call to come down to another crime scene to see another dead woman with *my* name on her back. He’s...he’s mocking us, Scully -- he’s mocking *me* -- with his twisted truisms and his aberrant exploitation of my name and...and I hate it." -- Fox Mulder in "Sticks and Stones"

A winner in The Project's FanFic 2000 challenge.

Snowman  
Rating: R (Language, Violence)
Summary: Mulder and Scully travel to the remote town of Caribou Corners, Maine, to investigate the chilling death of 10th-grader Danny Davis. The murder weapon? An icicle. The motive? Unknown. The killer? Depends on whom you ask. Some believe he's human. Some claim he's a legendary man of snow. The one thing everyone agrees on: he's going to kill again. (Written for I Made This! Productions Virtual Season 8)

The Case of the Reluctant Pathologist
Rating:
PG-13 (Language, Adult Situations)
Summary: Ever hear the X-File about the Rabbit-Man of Arizona? No? Well, get dressed in your comfiest PJs, make a nice cup of Sleepytime tea, and let me tell you a little bedtime story...

Annelid
Rating:
R (Language, Violence)
Summary: "Like a gold nugget in a prospector's pan, the case landed serendipitously on my desk. An X-File to rival the Loch Ness Monster, El Chupacabra or even Bigfoot. And of course, I was thrilled at the possibility of traveling to a far off place in search of a never-before-seen creature." -- Fox Mulder in "Annelid"

Mirror, Mirror
Rating:
PG-13 (Language, Violence)
Summary: Okay, boys and girls, get your minds set for some extreme 'extreme possibilities.' I'm talkin' Triangle here. I'm talkin' Dreamland. I'm talkin' Small Potatoes. No spoilers, just an attitude. Consider this a fairy tale of sorts. "It's like looking in a mirror." -- Mulder to Scully in "Rain King"

Dominion 
Rating:
R (VERY strong R for Violence)
Summary: "So what's in New Orleans, Mulder?"
   His slanting smile widened into an all-out, cat-who-ate-the-canary grin, producing a seldom seen dimple in his unshaved cheek. "The third in a series of decapitations, Scully. Ritualistic overtones." He waggled his eyebrows. "The heads are still missing."

Impulse
Rating:
R (Language, Violence)
Summary: Mulder and Scully go undercover to find out who -- or what -- is killing the clients of Allegheny Mountain Adventure Tours, a West Virginia company offering an extraordinary vacation experience for the serious sensation seeker. "That's a lot more chills than thrills, Scully."

Devil's Roar
Rating:
R (Violent Themes)
Summary: Mulder and Scully go up against their most formidable foe when they travel to Blue Hollow, Maine, to investigate five mysterious murders. Will Scully be able to save Mulder and herself from the evil of a demon as old as mankind?

SHII
Rating: R (Language, Violence)
Summary: It’s the night before the Night Before Christmas. The Lone Gunmen are researching Spontaneous Human Involuntary Invisibility. Agents Mulder and Scully are trying to catch a murderer they can’t see. "There are always murderers loose on the streets, Scully. In every city of every state. It's just that *most* of them aren't invisible." -- Fox Mulder in SHII.

Greetings from Maine  
Rating:
PG-13 (Language, Adult Situations)
Summary: Why is Mulder up to his elbows in author Stephen King's underwear? Why is Scully trying to get to Daytona Beach? Our favorite agents travel to Maine in pursuit of a mythical Banshee only to find their biggest problem may be of their own making.

Split Second
Rating:
PG (Language)
Summary: While investigating a kidnapping case on an island off the coast of Maine, Mulder and Scully are separated -- by 178 years. Scully is desperate to solve the case and get Mulder back to the present.

Madjahando
Rating:
R (Language, Violence)
Summary: "The Adventure of a Lifetime" awaits Mulder and Scully when they travel to investigate a series of bizarre killings at MarMar North Country Camp, a remote hunting camp in northern Maine's timberland wilderness.

Vignettes and Short Stories_______________

Are You Familiar with an Agent Named Fox Mulder?
Rating:
Summary: Scully takes a close look at Mulder.

Successful Spies Apparently Don't Have Baby Sisters
Rating:
Summary: Christmas Eve, 1972.

The Seventh Commandment
Rating:
Summary: A conversation between Teena Mulder and CSM.

How Do You Know When a Flukewoman Is Having Her Period?
Rating: PG-13 
Summary: What do poltergeist, parascience and PMS have in common?

Too Frail a Word
Rating: PG-13 
Summary: "This gives my life...life." -- Kristen Kilar, in "3"
"It's not who you are." -- Mulder, in "3"

Gefangener
Rating:
PG-13 
Summary: Life imprisonment can take many forms. 590-word alternate ending for "Unruhe."

Confessions of a Prying Mother
Rating:

Summary: Maggie Scully inadvertently interrupts an intimate moment between her daughter and Fox Mulder.

The Case of the Christmas Stalking-Horse (text version)
Rating:
G
Summary: “Stalking-horse”: anything serving to conceal one’s intentions.

Dinky Dau
Rating:
R (Violence and Language) 
Summary: Fill-In-the-Blank for "One Breath" and “Unrequited.” “ I’m afraid to look any further beyond that experience.” -- Walter Skinner in “One Breath”
Received a 2002 Spookys Award (3rd place -- Outstanding Skinner Characterization).

A Matter of Time
Rating:
PG-13 (Adult Subject Matter)
Summary:
In vitro fertilization? Mulder’s terminal brain condition? The conception of little Will? Scully sorts out the events of Season 7 and tells us when and how she and Mulder became lovers.

Road's End
Rating:
PG-13 (R if you’re sensitive to sexual suggestion)
Summary:
“Mulder, where did you go?”
“End of the road.”

So This Is Agent Mulder... 
Rating:
R (Language)
Summary: Agent John Doggett finally meets MIA Agent Fox Mulder. First Impressions are everything, they say.
Received P1013's High Admiration Award, and two 2001 Spookys Honorable Mentions (Outstanding Short Story or Vignette, and Outstanding Doggett Characterization).

In a Perfect World...
Rating:
G 
Summary: It's short. It's heartfelt. It's about him and her...of course. Isn't that why we're here?

Post Eps/Fill-In-the-Blanks____________

The Stranger
Rating:
R (Language, Adult Subject Matter)
Classification: V
Summary: (Fill-In-the-Blank for Milagro) What was Mulder thinking when he read Phillip Padgett's novel?

One Good Reason
Rating:
R (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Fill-In-the-Blank between Existence and Nothing Important Happened Today) What would it take to convince Mulder to leave Scully and William? One good reason.

Case DF101364: Selective Memory Drain
Rating:
R (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Fill-In-the-Blank for Deep Throat) "This is not amnesia. I think it's something far more deliberate and insidious." -- Fox Mulder in "Deep Throat"

The Motives of Silent Visitors
Rating:
PG-13 (Adult situations)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Fearful Symmetry) " The motives of the silent visitors who set these events in motion remain unclear. Could this be a judgment...?" -- Fox Mulder in "Fearful Symmetry"

Level 4 Boredom
Rating:
G
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Firewalker) "Scully and I are in the third day of a month-long quarantine, undergoing level 4 decon procedures. We are so far without symptoms of fungal contamination." -- Fox Mulder in "Firewalker"

Choke Hold
Rating:
Strong R (Adult Themes, Implied Violence, Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Oubliette) "Not everything I do, say, think, and feel goes back to my sister. You, of all people, should realize that sometimes motivations for behavior can be more complex and mysterious than tracing them back to one single childhood experience." -- Fox Mulder to Dana Scully in "Oubliette"
Received a 2002 Spookys Honorable Mention (Outstanding MulderTorture).

The Curse of Urticaria
Rating:
PG-13 (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Tesos dos Bichos) “Teso dos Bichos” seems to make it onto every Philes’ 10 Most Hated list. Could a post ep salvage this universally unpopular episode? ~nervous laugh~ Good thing I enjoy a challenge.

Looking Into the Chrysalis
Rating:
PG-13 (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Tooms) Inside its chrysalis, a caterpillar metamorphoses into a butterfly. Sound like an X-File to you? Well, in this case, our heroes have been together for fourteen months, and *someone* is undergoing a transformation.

Urgepurge
Rating:
PG-13 (a blaspheme or two)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Genderbender) “I know what I saw, Scully, and I saw *you* about to do the wild thing with some stranger." -- Fox Mulder in “Genderbender”

The Distressed Damsel
Rating:
R (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep/Fill-In-the-Blank for Lazarus) “And for those of you who don’t know already -- this one’s important to me.” -- Fox Mulder in “Lazarus”

14-Day Quarantine
Rating:
PG-13 (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Darkness Falls) Remember the end of "Darkness Falls"? Mulder and Scully are quarantined in a high containment facility in Washington after being exposed to Luciferene. What do you suppose our heroes did to pass the time?

Resisting a Three-Pipe Problem
Rating:
G
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Fire) "Fire" spoke volumes about Mulder and Scully's fledgling relationship. Do you think Scully was paying attention along with the rest of us?

The Cracked Bell
Rating:
G
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Shadows) Remember the end of "Shadows"? Mulder wanted to visit the Liberty Bell. Weird, huh? Do you suppose he talked Scully into it?

Paternity
Rating:
R (Language)
Classification: S
Summary: (Post Ep for Existence) Who is little Will's daddy?
   "From the moment I became pregnant, I feared the truth...about how...and why. And I know that you feared it, too." 
   "I think what we feared were the possibilities. The truth we both know."
   "Which is what?"  -- Scully and Mulder in "Existence"

The Widow and the Orphan
Rating:
PG-13
Classification: S
Summary: (Post Ep for DeadAlive) ReturnFic, DivergentPlotFic, You'llNeverSeeThisFromCCFic, call it what you want. The gist is this: Mulder returns. Danger follows. He needs a place to hide. We learn lots of stuff CC has neglected to mention.

Afterthoughts
Rating: R (Language)
Classification: V
Summary: (Post Ep for Requiem) Requiem posed a thousand questions that now circle unanswered in our minds. In the wake of Mulder's disappearance and Scully's unexpected announcement, we X-Philes are writing, reading and thinking of little else. But what about our favorite heroes and their enemies? What might be going on in their heads following the events in Requiem? 

Nightmares I and II
Nightmares III and IV
Nightmares V and VI

Rating:
Strong R (Language, Violence, Adult Situations)
Classification: X
Summary: (Post Ep for Requiem) Some experiences are so unbearable, one can only pray they are no more than bad dreams.

NC-17______________________________
These stories contain adult subject matter and are intended for mature audiences. 

No one under 18 permitted.

The Repeat Customer
Rating:
NC-17 (Language, Adult Situations)
Classification: Post-Ep for "The Host"
Summary: "What's your pleasure tonight, Marty?"

In Wolf's Clothing
Rating:
NC-17 (Adult Situations and Sexual Content)
Classification: Post-Ep for "Shapes"
Summary: "A manitou overtakes a man by night, not by full moon. But when its blood lust builds to an uncontrollable level, a man changes to a sickening creature. It kills, releasing the savage energy. The man returns to his true self, unaware of what has happened. The cycle begins anew the next day." -- Ish in "Shapes"

Zero Gravity (text version)
Rating: NC-17 (Adult Situations and Graphic Sexual Descriptions)
Classification: MSR; RST; Post-Ep for "Space"; AU
Summary: One down-to-earth woman. One man with his head in the clouds. A romance made in heaven? Fate is in the stars.

Oink! Oink!
Rating:
NC-17 (Graphic Sexual Content)
Classification: V, smut (SexPig!Mulder), established MSR
Summary: Mulder gets what Mulder wants.

Me Tarzan, You Jane
Rating:
NC-17 (Adult situations)
Classification: Smut, PWP, Guilty Pleasure, Bodice Ripper (Can you see where we're going here?)
Summary: A man, a woman and a waterfall.

The Mastodon Diaries by aka "Jake"

The Mastodon Diaries
(illustrated version)

"The Mastodon Diaries" received six 2002 Spookys Awards (1st place -- Outstanding Unfinished Work; 1st place -- Outstanding Fic Set Outside Washington DC; 1st place -- Outstanding MulderTorture; 3rd place -- NC-17 Mulder/Scully Romance; 3rd place -- Outstanding Scully Characterization; 3rd place -- Outstanding Original Character [Gini]) and two 2002 Spookys Honorable Mentions (Outstanding Mulder Characterization; Outstanding Original Character [Klizzie]).

Truest Truths
Rating:
NC-17 ( Adult Themes, including Rape, Language)
Classification: V, MSR
Keywords: RAPE
Summary: What if the unthinkable once happened to "Dana"? Years later, how would "Scully" cope?

Tapakah
Rating:
NC-17 (Language)
Classification: V, Post Ep (for Existence) 
Summary:
Alex Krycek dead? I don't think so. The man is a damn cockroach. He could outlast a nuclear holocaust, an alien invasion, and the Second Coming. Turn over a rock and he'll be there.

Scully's Proposition
Rating:
NC-17 (Language, Adult Situations)
Classification: V, MSR, Post Ep/Fill-In-the-Blank (for Per Manum)
Summary: What happened during those missing flashbacks in Per Manum and what was Mulder's perspective on Scully's proposition?
A first place winner of the Church of X Fanfic Challenge.

Mulder, Please Stay (Sequel to Scully's Proposition)
Rating:
NC-17 (Language, Graphic Sexual Content)
Classification: V, MSR, Post-Ep (for Per Manum)
Summary: "I should go." I clasp her hand and give her fingers a gentle squeeze.
   "No, Mulder," she says, curling her fingers around mine, confirming her next words. "You should stay."

Breach of Trust
Rating: NC-17 (Language, Violence, Graphic Sexual Content)
Summary: Post-Ep for En Ami. Dark, dark, dark. Smutty, smutty, smutty.
Received P1013's Highest Admiration Award.

The Case of the Exuberant G-Man
Rating: NC-17 (Graphic Sexual Content)
Classification: MSR, X
Summary: "What exactly constitutes 'the X-File of all X-Files,' Mulder?"
"Think 1958. Think Steve McQueen. Think pink."
"You don't mean..."
"Yes! There's been a Blob sighting! How cool is that, Scully?"

(Theme song to the movie The Blob)
Received P1013's Highest Admiration Award, a 2001 Spookys Award (2nd place -- Humor) and three 2001 Spookys Honorable Mentions (Outstanding Mid-Length Story, Outstanding Mulder Characterization, and Outstanding Fic Set Outside of Washington, DC).

Sieg und Verlust (includes So This Is Agent Mulder) 
Rating: NC-17 (Language, Violence, Sexual Content)
Classification: MSR, X
Summary: The Apocalypse is at hand and G-Men Mulder, Skinner and Doggett bust their asses to fight for the future of mankind. They face life and death, good and evil, courageous heroes and dastardly villains. Redolent with testosterone, the language is harsh and the men are manly. And of course, there is a damsel in distress.
"So what's next, Agent Mulder?"
"The shit-storm of all time, Agent Doggett. You ready for it?"

Received a 2001 Spookys Award (2nd place -- Outstanding Krycek Characterization) and a 2001 Spookys Honorable Mention (Outstanding Apocalypse/Post Colonization).

Those Better Angels of Our Nature
Rating:
NC-17 (Graphic Sexual Content, Violent Themes, Language)
Classification: V, MSR, Post-ep (for Kill Switch)
Summary: "It was war that destroyed Leonard Trimble's body...but his wounds went deeper than the loss of his limbs... What destroyed those parts of him that make us human beings? Those better angels of our nature? I cannot say." -- Fox Mulder in The Walk
   "What are we but impulses? Electrical and chemical through a bag of meat and bones. You're the scientist. You tell me." -- Fox Mulder in Kill Switch

A winner of the Church of X Fanfic Challenge.

Acquitted
Rating: NC-17 (Graphic Sexual Content)
Classification: SR
Summary: "Somehow, I always pictured the circumstances would be a little more romantic, but you know what they say about beggars. Besides, cabin in the woods, a roaring fire, only one bed... Hell, even with the dust and cobwebs, it's more romantic than my apartment. I'm thinkin' I'm gonna get to make my move at last -- Scully's bound to be feeling sorry for me after she sews my leg back together and I'm not too proud to accept a pity..."

Encore (Sequel to Aquitted)
Rating:
NC-17 (Graphic Sexual Content)
Classification: SR
Summary: There are hundreds of fanfic stories about Mulder and Scully's "first time." (Com'on, you know you've read 'em!) Haven't you ever wondered what happens during the all important second encounter? "Don’t get me wrong. It’s not that I don’t love Mulder. And it’s not that the sex wasn’t good. Hoo boy. It’s just...complicated." -- Scully in "Encore"

Collaborations__________________

"And There Was a War in Heaven" by aka "Jake" & Brandon D. Ray

And There Was a War in Heaven
Received I Want To Believe's "It's a Nightmare" Award (Best Post-Col).

"Bare Ruin'd Choirs" by the Secret Squirrels

Bare Ruin'd Choirs text version
Received three 2002 Spookys Awards (2nd place -- Outstanding Non NC-17 MSR; 2nd place -- Outstanding Collaboration; 3rd place -- Outstanding Mid-Length Story) and four 2002 Spookys Honorable Mentions (Outstanding Apocalypse/Post Colonization; Outstanding Use of Mytharc in a Story; Outstanding Other Series Character Characterization [Bill Jr.] and Outstanding Other Series Character Characterization [Langly])

"Love Among the Ruins" by the Secret Squirrels

("Love Among the Ruins" is rated NC-17 -- adults only)
Love Among the Ruins text version

Received two 2002 Spookys Honorable Mentions (Outstanding Long Story and Outstanding Collaboration).


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