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drunkenpandaren ([personal profile] drunkenpandaren) wrote2011-04-26 11:15 am

ICABW Gaiden

Tommy Oliver had a lot of things going for him. He was freshly married to his old girlfriend Kimberly Hart ne Oliver now. He had three loving kids, a great support system, and friends everywhere, and every time he managed to be surprised.

So it was on this day, when everything seemed PERFECT, his daughter Fate came in from the door with a slightly bewildered young man with blonde hair. He looked Asian, but his outfit was something of a pirate-like design.

“Who’s your friend, Fate?” inquired Tommy, looking up from the tests he was grading.

“I found him lost in the city,” said Fate, looking up at the young man. “Can I keep him?”

On the other side of the road, there was a similar expression as Nanoha was holding on tight to a young man’s hand who was dressed in a green shirt, black jacket and messy brown hair. “I found him lost and alone. Can I keep him?”


It Could Always Be Worse: Gaiden

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs Power Rangers RPM

Written by Shaun Garin


“So there I was, just minding my own business when I fell into this hole in time,” said Ziggy, waving his arms and illustrating the situation at hand. “It was big and it was green, and y’know I thought time travel was supposed to be blue in color and is it me or does this guy really look a lot like me?”

Don looked over at Ziggy with a shrug as he rubbed his head. “It is kind of a coincidence to be honest. I’m not even from this planet at any rate.”

Tommy looked pained at the whole development as the two Greens chatted back and forth, much to the amusement of his wife and kids. Shiro leaned over and inquired, “Is this a normal day for you, Tommy?”

“This is actually kind of above the usual cut,” admitted Tommy with a sigh. “What I don’t get is that their stories don’t match up right now.”

“That would be because they’re not from these timelines,” said the newest visitor at the door. Billy grinned at Tommy’s relieved expression as he clapped his friend on the shoulder. “I detected it on the way in actually. They’re from Cross-time.”

“Cross-time? Like parallel worlds you mean,” said Kim, looking as the pair began bonding. One of them threw in the phrase Buttered Toast and she realized they had another pair of Bridges in the room.

“Indeed,” said Billy, sitting down. “I have an associate who is a specialist in time, and he came to let me know that there’s been a Cross-time incursion. Normally this isn’t a bad situation, but he did say that because of an event in another timeline, these two were sent here by mistake. Sadly, we don’t have the item that caused it in the first place, so we can’t actually solve the problem by just simply smashing it.”

“An associate? Billy, what kind of associate?” inquired Tommy.

“Don’t worry, he’s completely trustworthy,” assured Billy. “The professor usually is. In any case, I came back to help you guys get them back to their own time. I know Time Force is probably headed our way, since they need to be up to date on these things.”

“We’ll have to get started on sending them home then,” said Momoko with a nod. “You’re all used to that by now?”

“More often than we want to be,” chuckled Kim with a sigh. “Girls, why don’t you bring Ziggy and Don with you into the town?”

“Kaaaay,” chorused the kidlet squad as they pulled two bewildered Greens to their feet and out the door.

“You think they’ll be okay with them?” inquired Billy.

“Trust me, no one’s dumb enough to attack the Olivers or Takamachis.” Assured Shiro.

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