Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.Degrees of Poison by Fire Tears
Synopsis: Years after having his memory wiped by the LEP after the incident at Spiro Industries, Artemis Fowl, now twenty-six and a successful businessman, receives an unexpected visit from one Commander Holly Short. More shocking than her appearance, however, is the news she bears, regarding the kidnapping of Artemis' son: a son of whom he had not known...
Synopsis: Artemis and Holly have accidentally created a time paradox, changing the events of the last eight years. Now the two are thrown into a bleak world where Haven has fallen, and inter-species war has begun. Who can they trust? What can they save?
Sypnosis:"Artemis Fowl had retired half a dozen counselors from St. Barleby's already this year." Here's how. Six chapters, one for each psychologist losin' it.'
A hilarious and brilliant fill-in-the-blanks fic, intelligent and in character the whole way through. This is the first fic I've read where Artemis is actually as smart as he claims to be in the books. Ends with Dr. Po taking office.
USA Bobcat: Amazing, absolutely amazing. Every single thing is perfect. The characterization is spot on, and really makes you feel for the psychologists, and certainly laugh at more than a few of them. It even manages to capture Colfer's narrative style.
Synopsis: "Not a crossover, but based on the Rules From NCIS. What if Artemis and Co. had their own list? A oneshot to go along with each rule."
General silliness between the characters, ranging from office pranks to Mythbusters and several Idiot Balls. Despite being something of a Crack Fic laden with the occasional typo and A/H moments, it's pretty good for a laugh.
Synopsis: The psychiatrist spoke. "You might as well help yourself to a book, as it is your time that we're wasting." "You don't consider this a waste of your time?" Artemis enquired. "Oh no," the psychiatrist replied offhand. "I'm getting paid."
An excellent fic, focusing on counselling sessions between Artemis and a psychiatrist. The whole story would probably seem like one of Colfer's to those who are unfamiliar with the series. Ten chapters in total; a fun read and you'll be quite satisfied with it.
Brilliant, absolutely brilliant. The most intelligent fanfic I've ever come across, and although that might not sound like it says much, it does indeed.
Synopsis: After the great Techno-Crash. Follows on from the end of TLF, major spoilers.
An utterly brilliant fic which details what happens to Artemis after his Heroic Sacrifice, as well as the Fowls, Butlers and Holly's attempts to move on and heal. Deals with the cloning in a pseudo-scientific way that fits both Colfer's style and has a hint of realism. Wonderful way to end the series properly.
Synopsis: Artemis was always prepared for any contingency. So, naturally, undergoing a mindwipe would not stop him from almost immediately getting back on his feet... his criminal genius feet, that is. With no memories of the Fairies and the LEP, there's nothing to stop him from doing what any good villain would do - kidnap a fairy and hold her for ransom, of course. Naturally, his hostage, one Captain Holly Short, is less than amused... and that's when things start getting complicated.
Sypnosis: A set of thirty drabbles, mostly humorous anecdotes encompassing the span of events throughout the whole series. While not all of them are focussed on the romance, there is enough of an undertone for this to classify as a shipping fic. The romantic chapters are nuanced and subtle about it. Most of them are also quite hilarious, some are sad and all of them are inventive.
Sypnosis : Four terrifying words: "You are the father." When the last person in the LEP that ANYONE thought would ever hear those words finds himself having to face up to a new responsibility...will he rise to it or fall? And what must he lose to get what he wants?
Comments : This story doesn't seem like it would work out but at the end it becomes a great story that shows how Grub grows through out trial of fatherhood.
Sypnosis: In the midst of a dangerous mission to the past is probably not the best time to fall for your manipulative, former-criminal-mastermind partner. For Holly Short, it was just another nuisance to add to an already unending list of trials.
Comments: Basically, The Time Paradox from Holly's POV and her thoughts/feelings about the whole Time-Travel-Lemur-Saving-Teenage-Body experience during this very experience. Manages to both keep characters, well, in character and fill the gaps left in the original book.
Synopsis: Artemis, after having gained magic from the events of The Lost Colony, is recruited at Hogwarts. Meanwhile, he begins to enact one of his Plans...yes, it deserves a capital letter.
Comments: Stands out from the usual Artemis-at-Hogwarts fic because, as noted, Artemis has a Plan. Unfortunately, as the fic appears to have gone dormant or died, the exact details of the Plan remain unknown. Also notable for a reimagining of Slytherin House, the beginnings of an intellectual struggle between Hermione and Artemis, and remarkable, though imperfect, grasp of character. Most of the characters do seem like themselves; Doodah might be somewhat out of character, however.
Synopsis: Crosses over with Harry Potter. Actually, this is simply the first book in a series. In many aspects, it's the average Artemis-Fowl-Goes-to-Hogwarts story. Artemis learns that he is a wizard at age eleven, goes to Hogwarts, and wreaks havoc with his genius. However, there's plenty of twists - including an explanation of Artemis' backstory, his father's disappearance, and all of that jazz, altered to fit with the new universe. The storyline is very well planned out and each story in the series corresponds with one another, which really adds to the mystery and ensures a good ending. Favors the Slytherins a bit, but it's Artemis-centric.
Comments: Both the Artemis Fowl and Harry Potter series are cleverly woven together so the timelines and plots make sense. The author employs great writing style, proper grammar (which is getting more difficult to find nowadays) and an extremely good, if sarcastic, sense of humor. Artemis' first year in Hogwarts and the following summer is now finished; currently, the second year is in progress. Updates range from weekly to about two months, though the author has assured me in a private message that she has already planned out the details and plot web for the entire series and simply needs time to put it into sentences.