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.The Call of Cutethulu by Piccolo Sky
Synopsis: It's an AU that fuses Evangelion with the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Instead of battling Angels, the Children fight the Old Gods for the future of humanity.
Comments: While it is still sadly unfinished, John Biles and Rod M.'s Children of an Elder God is a must-read.
Looney Toons: Note that an "incomplete" John Biles fic is almost never a Dead Fic. Biles works on many projects simultaneously, and chapters for any of them may appear unexpectedly.
Lightice: As mentioned in the Evangelion section, the quality of this initially wonderful fic falls steadily as it goes on. Do yourself a favour and skip the two final chapters, to avoid spoiling the wonderful experience for good.
Synopsis: Scooby-Doo reinterpreted in the style of the Cthulhu mythos. 'Nuff said.
Mr Scourge: Eh, not very good in my opinion. Scooby Doo characters are way out of character, there's a lot of strange irrelevant stuff about drugs and orgies, and there's some pretty bland writing too.
Fish Called Waldo: While we can get into fights about what 'Fanfiction' means over this later, I want to say that the semi-sequels by Stross in the semi-same universe are also amazing awesome. No links to raw text, as they're published works, but the names of the novels are The Atrocity Archives and The Jennifer Morgue. Those links should help enough to find them.
Ofidian: If anything, this story is somehow darker than Lovecraft's original works. In the Cthulhu Mythos upon which Stross based A Colder War, the worst that could happen to someone was that you'd end up dead, insane, or with your mind removed from your body by aliens. In Stross' novella, the author manages to subject most or all of humanity to a combination of all three of those things.
Synopsis: It's Ah! My Goddessmeets the Cthulhu Mythos as David Andrew Barlett of Glowbury MA, an Unlucky Everydude of epic purportions accidentally walks in on a summoning ceremony for a Servant for Eldritch Abomination Azaborath, who grants the desires of those who summon it. After killing everyone there (as is the wont of an Abomination), said servant comes to David, and he mentally wishes for someone "to give a crap about me for once." As anyone familiar with Ah! My Goddess knows, this counts as a wish, and a pact is made. Ow My Sanity: Puttin' the Love back in Lovecraft.
Synopsis: A Multi-crossover of Lovecraft, Arthur Machen, Stephen King and some more, a.k.a what would it look like if various (most part human) character lived under the same roof, not knowing, why did they survive their deaths yet... Dark humour/adventure/a bit of romance. (Pairing: Helen Vaughan of the Great God Pan and Wilbur Whateley)
Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.Chaos Crawls by sweetcarolanne
Recommended by: Slothbeetle
Synopsis: A lonely dream warrior named Joseph Hyman seeks true love. Instead, he finds a breathtakingly handsome Outer God (see title).
Comments: Some may balk at any story in the Cthulhu Mythos that includes explicit sex, and most of the time, such objections are well-founded, but this example rises above those expectations. The author clearly loves Lovecraft's original stories, as evidenced by her use of the Dreamlands setting and sophisticated prose style. The original characters, both the human and the feline god, are organic to the universe, and Nyarlathotep's characterization is hauntingly accurate.