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A website created by a author who went on to become a Ascended Fan, rarely updated these days but the stories are well worth reading. I particularly recommend The Killing and Please don't feed the Warboss.
A set of forums dedicated to the spinoff of Warhammer 40K, Inquisitor. Has a large role-playing section, where posters detail the efforts of the Emperor's Holy Inquisition, their antagonists, or sometimes just more "normal" people in the Grim Dark Millenium. Particularly worthy of note is the work Aurea Mediocritas
Synopsis A Mirror Universe version of the Horus Heresy, with Rogal Dorn as the Big Bad (instead of Horus). Composed of multiple articles, and updated from time to time. Well written and worth reading.
Comments: Nurgle-dedicated Blood Angels (diseased and very vampire-ish), Khornate Space Wolves and World Eaters who got over their anger issues!
As different as it is, some things just do not change in this version of the Heresy. Despite being on the side of the angels relatively speaking, Abbadon still hates Horus, Ahriman still is trying to find his way to the Black Library, and so on. Unlike the original Heresy, the Imperium now has completely different flavors of traitor legions to deal with (the Tzeentchian Raven Guard are quite different than the original Thousand Sons, for example).
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.Ilmaea: A Novel of the Dark Eldar by [Veriform]
Recommended by Sepirahkt
Synopsis: A crafty, vicious Sybarite, Suth Anax, takes advantage of her mistress's death by assuming her identity with the aid of an enigmatic haemonculus. Elevated suddenly to the pinnacle of Dark Eldar society, Suth performs a high-wire act above the knives of her enemies, her allies, and her underlings, because in Cammoragh there's no rest for the wicked and no end to the race.
Synopsis: A few hundred years after the current Warhammer 40K setting, the Tau Empire has come to dominate the Galaxy. They have shattered the Tyranids, exterminated the orcs, are closing the Eye of Terror, and are driving the Imperium back to Earth. Of course, not without a little help from a VERY old benefactor, the Void Dragon. This story is quite well written, and it ties up very nicely in the end, with many named character in Warhammer 40K lore getting a nice sendoff. The battle scenese are quite well done as well.
Synopsis: What's worse than Warhammer 40k? Warhammer 50k. The God Emperor has perished, the Imperium is shattered, the Necrons reawaken, Chaos reigns supreme, and that's just the beginning.
Comments: Posted on a forum thread, so there is discussion between posts, but definitely worth a read. There aren't tremendous amounts of actual 'stories', but there is loads of detailed background fluff, which can make for hours of reading. The sheer amount of despair and horror can be unnerving at times, and the often Lovecraftian style of writing amplifies these elements. Basically this is to 40k as 40k is to Star Wars or Star Trek. Now has its own trope page.
Synopsis: Michael, a guy who plays 40k but is not a hardcore fan, suddenly finds a bunch of miniatures battling each other (they don't seem to be specifically his miniatures), and Hilarity Ensues.
Comments: This is a really interesting read. It starts out a little disjointed, but the writer quickly warms up, grows his beard and it evolves from a rather disjointed gag series into a really good read by chapter 8 or so. I'd recommend a rewrite for the first few chapters (which are funny, but a little off) but from then on it gets into something awesome. Also, from what I've seen in the reviews, a lot of people like this one. The Omake Collections are related and are as awesome as oneshots go.
Recomended by Ugolino, Gentlemens Dame 883, USA Bobcat
Synopsis: (Taken from the Pit) Alastar, Nasty and Patreus are training to be Space Marines - or trying to, anyway. Ever get bored of Chapter-zombie, personality-free, lemming-like marines? This is my attempt to avoid those tedious stereotypes.
Comments: A fun read, in-character, and with great characters. That, and it isn't a Deadfic. One troper found the writer's take on the Ultramarines problematic, but it's a good read regardless of your feelings on that chapter.
Crull: While technically written well, the author's problems with the Ultramarine's characterization detract from the whole fic for me.
Cosmic-Behemoth: Just bloody cool in my opinion, all three of the title characters are fleshed out, interesting characters, Kodos is a gas to listen to; and I dare say there isn't so much as a whiff of chapter zombies, cardboard characters, or a Mary Sue in the least. Just a couple of Deus Ex Machinas, but the badassery surrounding them pretty well overshadows it.
USA Bobcat: Have followed this since infancy, and it has never stopped delighting me. The fact that the protagonist trio are so different is very intriguing, and even lampshaded in the story. Each of them bring a different POV to the tale, and character development is actually present. As well, the presence of a well-done Chaos Marine antagonist is also a boon, and the author makes it hard not to root for Chaos, perhaps a tad too much. The Space Wolves are amazing and hilarious, every appearance of theirs making you want to read more. The Ultramarines are portrayed a little dickishly, but to be fair, they demanded and received their own pocket kingdom. That's bound to have affected their judgement more than a little, and there are signs that even the Ultramarine jerks are good guys being manipulated, whenever they interact with the Storm Ravens. All in all, a wonderful story, I cannot recommend a better one.
Synopsis: The Vultures of the 99th Belagroso Aviation Regiment in action.
Comments: Extremely strong writing with good characterization and good storytelling, and the author has put serious thought into the operation of a Vulture gunship group. While the Gaunt's Ghosts series is famous for giving the Guard the appearance of a serious and competent military organization, this story leaves Abnett for dead; they don't look competent, they are competent.
Synopsis: This story is what happens when you skip ahead 3,000 years from the current time. The author's description says it best "13000 years after Horus, the Imperium is at its breaking point. The Space Marines are dying off and Chaos is ready to claim the galaxy. This is the story of the epic conclusion of the Imperium's wars for survival." Every single race is accounted for and the author switches between them throughout the story.
Comments: This story has not gotten the respect I feel that it deserves. The author mainly works with OCs due to the time period being changed. But the majority of the characters we know and love will make an appearance one way or another. However, there are some plot points that you may not be comfortable with, such as the Tyranids being the remainder of the Enslavers given physical form and the fate of the Unknown Primarchs. Overall, the author gives a well done conclusion to the entire series, giving a definite ending to every race involved.
It was also once illegally published on Amazon.com because some bastard stole it. It's gone now.
Synopsis: On the Eastern fringe, a planetary governor is about to commit a great heresy; leading his planet into the alien embrace of the hated empire of the Tau. The Imperium cannot allow this to happen and send in two companies of Astartes to enact a great cull. One is from the unchallengable tank masters of the Sons of Thunder, the other from the brutal Salamander descendents called the Fire Beasts. All of them are Sons of Vulkan but by the time this war is over, they will be at each other's throats.
Synopsis: By choosing to save an Eldar Crop-production world (proper term?) from the Eldar's Dark Kin, an Ultramarine Captain sets of a domino effect within the entirety of the 40K universe.
Comments: Raw writing is competent, and raw plotting is too. The author rejects the canonical universe in his second chapters' reply to reviews, though, perhaps to attempt to cover up for his Theme Park Version of 40k, and the story never quite recovers from this as a work of 40k fiction though it's certainly a decent story for...something else?
Synopsis: The Burger Marines... One of the strangest chapters of the Imperium... Dedicated to feed all the actors of the WH40K universe... There are thousands of strange stories that take place in their restaurants. Here are some of them.
Comments: A funny fic that focuses on the Burger Marines, a chapter dedicated to conquering their allies and enemies appetite by serving them the best fast food in the galaxy. Very hilarious on how the Burger Marines handle various customers who come to their restaurant and the customers themselves over food.
Synopsis: Road trip! Join Cultist-chan and friends on a completely degenerate trip across the galaxy as they destroy an inhabited planet, narrowly overpower a little girl, hide from some very ill-tempered Space Marines, and permanently cripple an interplanetary conglomerate.
Comments: If you allow a child to read this novella, you are a bad parent or guardian.
Synopsis: After ten thousand years, the Emperor of Mankind is finally able to speak to his subjects thanks to a Text-to-Speech device. However, the Emperor is extremely pissed of what the Imperium of Man has become and goes on a long, "colorful" critique over this.
Comments: A hilarious web videos series for all Warhammer 40k fans.
Synopsis: After his organization is hired to hunt down an influential ganger on the Hive world, Omnartus. Attelus Kaltos is embroiled deeper into the complex world of the Assassin. This is the job which will change him, for better or for worse, forever more.
Comments: I like this fic. It feels similar to a Dark Heresy campaign journal. Sometimes the writing can be a bit juvenile and there were some plot twists I didn't like, but in general I felt that the writing is decent, the characters are interesting and the writer has clearly put a tremendous amount of work into writing it.
Synopsis: An extragalactic expedition by the Culture stumbles upon the 40k galaxy.
Comments: What happens when the most grimdark and most utopian universes out there collides? This fic has the answer. An easy-to-browse version can be found on AO3; a slightly more up-to-date list of updates is here. At 175,000 words and rising, some Archive Panic is to be expected.
Synopsis: A cross over with Mass Effect 2: While on their way to battle the Greenskins, Captain Malleus of the Sons of Thunder and his command squad are hit by a shock attack gun and blasted all the way back to the early 3rd millenium. Shepard is dead, human colonies are disapearing and its time for the Astartes to do what the Astartes were made to do. Long, well written and complete with a sequel already started.
Recommended by USA Bobcat, MetalKing1417, chankljp
Synopsis: Just after Shepard comes back from Project Overlord, days after regaining life, EDI detects a signal from the nearby planet Aite. When Shepard investigates, she finds a very confused Imperial GuardStormtrooper and an EldarFarseer.
Comments: I found this a quite interesting crossover. Captain Gallardi (the Stormtrooper) incorporates Mass Effect technology in his gear, such as Mass Effect style armor, but also keeps his hotshot lasgun, which bypasses kinetic barriers. The technology issue gets taken care of quickly, but I found that everyone was in character, Gallardi having been part of an Inquisitor's retinue and thus slightly more easy with Xenos. He still refuses to allow Mordin to inspect his weapons or armor, though he eventually starts warming up, he has not yet lost his xenophobia entirely. Shepard is female, and follows most of the Fanon Fem Shep ways, but is very much a character, not an insert or a Mary Sue. Maeteris (the Farseer) has not joined the team on a ground mission yet, and focuses more on seeing the future, though in typical Eldar fashion, will hint and nudge Shepard, but never tell her outright.
Synopsis: A crossover with Lyrical Nanoha. On the planet Nocturne, The Blacksmith N'bel is greeted by the child who will one day become the Primarch of the Salamanders, but he doesn't arrive alone. A girl, weak in body but strong in spirit, carried Vulkan through the wastes, and grows up alongside him as his sister. The locals gave the the name Ga'ri, and she's going to have a profound effect on the Salamanders. How has it's own page.
Recommended by Crazael, Tacitus, Document N, Sean Tucker, Shockz, Space Chief, Extraintrovert, USA Bobcat, Robinton
Synopsis: Shinji, while still a small child, finds someone's Warhammer 40,000 collection in a heavy black case, and the changes an introduction to that universe make in both his personality and actions result in a radically different course of events. Too bad it's so far unfinished.
Synopsis: Inquisitor Daul is hunting down the dangerous heretic Soren Faust on the planet of Belzafest. Faust, the supposedly long dead traitor Inquisitor Lord, infamous for close to a century for his wild genetic experiments and insane philosophies, has taken world hostage and is planning something insidious. Aided by the former Skitarii Cairn Thross, the Magos Kerrigan, the elite soldiers known as the Lionhearts and reluctantly aided by the Rogue Trader Nathaniel Emanuelle Sáclair, Daul is about to discover secrets far beyond the scope of what he was prepared to manage and is going to have to find his place in a wider world than he had ever believed existed in a war for the fate of humanity long before even the Dark Age of technology. Babylon five is a haven for warriors, idealists, dreamers, and wanderers. How much damage can one more ship of fanatics do in the long run?
Comments: First five chapters focus on the Warhammer 40k aspect with only hints at Babylon 5, however the later chapters are more obvious crossovers.
Synopsis: Epic crossover between Warhammer 40,000 and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Alternates between a single Space Marine battlebarge lost in the Star Trek galaxy and the battle between Imperium forces and the Tyranids at Istvaan.
Comments: Does a brilliant job showing the vast, vast technogical disparity between the two universes, as well as the clashing mindsets of the idealistic Federation and the much grimmer Space Marines. Also captures the essence of the Space Marines quite beautifully. Also, the chapter where the Space Marines take on the Jem'Hadar and thoroughly curbstomp them is a thing of absolute beauty. Updated January 2013 after a long hiatus.
Synopsis: Halo + Warhammer 40,000. Packed full of Ultimate Showdowns, such as Titan vs Scarabs, Space Marines vs Covenant, and, of course, Tyranids vs Flood. Running through the whole thing is a massive Chaos corruption, and The Reveal of The Emperor himself. Unfinished as yet.
There are a few problems to be found though, such as the comparison between Kasrkins and Helljumpers that would make any proper Cadian player just bang his head against a wall, but other than that, it is a good read.
Synopsis: The Dai-Gurren gang perhaps should have taken a closer look around their galaxy, because their world has found it's way into the Eye of Terror. But it's okay, since Kamina and Lordgenome have a plan.
Comments: ...what needs to be said? ITS THE ULTIMATE SHOWDOWN BETWEEN HOT BLOODED DETERMINATORS AGAINST THE DARKGRIMNESS OF THE GRIMDARK. READ IT! Also, Rossiu. Pilots. Lazengann.
Proofreading doesn't seem to be a thing the author has heard of. Sure, kick reason to the curb. But be warned that spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure/pacing have also been give the boot, and that might get in the way of enjoying the story.
Synopsis: What follows next has been drawn from transcripts and reports from the sides fighting on that world, although naturally it must be taken into account the mental affects this untold abomination had on those interviewed. I truly pray to the God Emperor in his eternal wisdom that such an event never repeat itself.
Comments: I never thought I'd root for Jar Jar over anything. Just read it yourselves.
Synopsis A Space Marine from the Death Spectres Chapter is caught in the warp and is transported to the planet of Azeroth, (a.k.a. Warcraft's setting) and is caught up in a whirlwind of Chaos infestation, Scourge, and wholly unwanted Xenos infatuation. The blood flies and the bodies hit the floor. In the works, very long, and has at least two sequels already planned. Now has its own page.
Synopsis: Witnessing the atrocities of the universe, the Emperor of Mankind despairs. That is, until he turns his gaze upon a gem of a world, and manifests his holy spirit unto one Homura Akemi, bidding the fate of the Imperium and the future of the universe on one Madoka Kaname, Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
Comments: If you ever wanted to see a crossover where things get worse for both ends of the crossover, then this is the one. And the top thing on this list? BLOODTHIRSTER SAYAKA.
Synopsis:Zelretch, bored to death, decides to cause mischief. As a result, the Grail calls upon seven of the most overpowered Servants the Throne of Heroes has in store. In the not so grim darkness of the current present… there can only be property damage. And crazy aliens.
Comments: The masters of the fifth grail war summon servants from War Hammer 40000. While not very far along, the interactions between characters are pure gold, especially between Lancer (Trazyn the Infinite) and Gilgamesh.
Synopsis:A Starcraft and War Hammer 40000 fan is hit by a car, and finds himself as a larva in the Starcraft universe. He quickly grows in power, becomes the lord of most of Aiur. And just when he is ready to take over after the depowerement of the Queen of Blades... he, and a few of his forces are transported elsewhere. A feudal planet right in the middle of a Warp Storm.
Comments: The spelling is a bit off sometimes, but the idea is an interesting one. So far, it's 48 chapters, and the Zerg have just barely started to expand beyond a single planet. Overpowered. Improved. But then, they have to be. After all, there is only war...
Synopsis: Fusion Fic with Mass Effect. Millennia after the Emperor of Mankind stalled the Reapers' attempt to end humanity, there is only war with the Citadel races. But time is running out till the machine false gods return...
Synopsis: Fusion Fic with Harry Potter. The Wizarding World is devastated when Harry Potter disappears from his relatives' house in mysterious circumstances during the summer after his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Desperate to have their boy-hero back no matter what they really should have heeded the Muggle saying "be careful what you wish for".
Comments: This series is absolutely hilarious while at the same time managing to incorporate the things about Warhammer that are quite... unsettling.
Comments: Yes, it's the inevitable MLP fic. However, the author is very good at adapting elements from Warhammer to Equestria (There's a gore tag for a reason), as well as Canon Welding parts from MLP.
/tg/ has produced a lot of 40k-related fiction over the years. It tends to be good, if only because of the humour pieces.Feral World Religon
Synopsis: Two Sisters are stuck on a Feral World, and learn of their interesting spin on the history of the Imperium, specifically, the Horus Heresy.
Comments: Short, but funny, the punchline is that one (and only one) of the Primarchs is portrayed as he really is. Have fun trying to guess which it is! This piece is well worth the quick five minutes you will spend reading it, and is a true example of how good /tg/ can be at times.
Synopsis: Does regular Warhammer and its incessant Grim Dark have you down? Then try out the Noble Brightness of Brighthammer, where the future holds only High Adventure!
Comments: A mirror setting of regular Warhammer 40k, with a goateed Emperor and Fum'aan Shu'u, the rogue Tau mad scientist. There are actually two versions of Brighthammer; the one linked above, which is more satire, and BrightHammer 2.0, which is more serious and discussed here.
Recommended by FLCNPNCH, Chaos Undecided, Extraintrovert, Captain Chaos, Icarael
Synopsis: Kharn the Betrayer is a famous Chaos Space Marine who revels in bloodshed. All bloodshed. Exactly who is doing the shedding, he doesn't care so much, and thusly has a wholly deserved reputation as a teamkilling f* cktard. Despite this, he's actually a pretty fun guy.
Some of the more "serious" fan chapters like the Emperor's Nightmare have some pretty awesome writings behind them as well.
Generally, there are two types of marine chapters on 1d4chan: the first is the more "Silly" which are usually one chapter with a single quality taken to ridiculous extremes, such as the Angry Marines (their trait being anger) or the Reasonable Marines (their trait being that they're actually sane in the 40k universe). The other types are the "Serious" chapters, which use actual gameplay rules to create chapters that are more compliant with the universe as a whole, and can lead in interesting directions. The Desert Fangs (serious counterpart to the Angry Marines) and the Knights Inductor (counterpart to the Reasonable Marines) are quite well thought out and have fascinating stories written about them.
Recommended by FLCNPNCH, Chaos Undecided, Extraintrovert
Synopsis: K59 is an otherwise unnamed Commissar imprisoned by the Inquisition for executing too many of his own men, the story relating the events that led up to K59's imprisonment by an Inquisitor.
Comments: An unconscionable monster by our standards, but in a world of grimdark he is a surprising beacon of purity and determination against the horrors of the universe. It's short, so decide for yourselves.
Synopsis: All the forces of the 41st Millennium descend onto modern day Earth. Except they are only as large as their miniatures depict them to be. Space Marines are an inch tall, Monoliths barely come up to your ankle, and Imperator Titans are the size of a van.
Synopsis: Macha, beloved of /tg/, falls prey to the GRIMDARK of the 41st millenium, and kills her sister Taldeer in cold blood. Alternate (Good?) ending leads to sistercest, and finally we see what happens when LIIVI finally catches up to his lover's killer...
Comments: Direct link to archived thread on sup/tg/. Cannot be held responsible for any heresies that you may encounter. Also, the story's damn good.
Synopsis: The entire 40k universe is actually nothing more then a long running tabletop game and all the gods are the players of their respective races/armies. Anything, and I mean anything, about the Emperor invokes MANLY TEARS.
Comments: Link is to sup/tg/, so risk of NSFW language is high. Pictures are safe, barring "943419_20071025_screen006.jpg" which straddles the line.
Synopsis: Gav is an Ogryn. Bob is also an Ogryn. Gav like Bob. Bob is Gav's best friend. Gav and Bob fight enemies of the Emperah, like greenskins and bugs and the bad men that stopped loving the Emperah. Gav hates them the most.
Comments: Crying because of an Ogryn is hardly dignified, but in this story it is inevitable. Gav is an Iron Woobie of the most spectacular sort.
Synopsis: Slaanesh, even after 10,000 years, is still an outsider when dealing with the other Chaos Gods. In an attempt to get closer to them, she asks about the person she has heard them mention occasionally, and is told a story about their old friend.
Comments: Holy crap. I don't even know where to begin with this one. It is based on no official material whatsoever, but is so damn plausible and adds an extra layer to the grimdark of the galaxy that I never even imagined. It's rather short, so read and decide for yourselves.
Synopsis: A recounting of a Dark Heresy campaign, and the luckiest bastard to ever roll a die.
Commnets: Tabletop RPGs are ripe for awesome and unlikely stories, and this is one of the best I've seen. Grendel is a fat librarian with no skills whatsoever, but somehow manages to do things not even Space Marines are capable of.
Comments: Utterly hilarious, though it does require a working knowledge of both the 40k and MTV Animation-verses to really appreciate. The characterizations are spot-on almost to a fault (Jane's libido does veer uncomfortably close to OOC (and Fluff-inaccuracy) once or twice, but it does get an amusing justification towards the end).
Description: A still in progress quest that has lead to Abaddon going from (Failbaddon) to (Abaddass). Includes Abaddon getting mechanical arms (one with a bound daemon traped inside), Punching warp anamolies and being as depraved as possible along the way. Not for the light of heart, but both Awesome and Hilarious.
Description: As the Imperium is falling apart at the seams, the Emprah tries a desperate maneuver and comes back possessing the body of a Tarrasque. Awesome (and some stern talking-to) ensues. The fic incorporates a bunch of other /tg/ Fanon, such as LIIVI or the Blood Ravens' kleptomania.
Comments: One of those stories that works best when you don't take it all that seriously, but the occasions when it does get into genuine character bits, it handles them surprisingly well. Lots of Alternate Character Interpretation going on, but it all just contributes to make the story better, so one can hardly complain too much.
Synopsis: Inspired by the first stories in Love and Krieg other writers took it upon themselves to create side stories about Krieger Female Model 68b #6345's sisters and their own romantic adventures. Notable is Krieger Female Model 68b #6346 who gets involved with another nameless civilian in a similar manner to the original stories and Krieger Female model 68c #6345 who ends up with a Commissar in the regiment. And after that... Things leave the realm of romantic comedy and enter the province of sheer noblebright fuckawesome. And Win. And now back to romantic comedy.
Comments: Terranis Holds. Forever. Absolutely brilliant. Reading Love and Krieg beforehand isn't necessary, but certainly adds to the full experience, showing you even more depth to the Death Korps of Krieg.
Synopsis: A spin off of a spin off of Love and Krieg detailing the further adventures and awkward romance between The Commissar and Female Krieger Model 68C #6345. Also contains some nightmare fuel about the scribe servitor who takes down The Commissar's correspondence.
Synopsis: A story about a Thousand Sons sorcerer that controls a small army of 300 Rubric marines and his experiences from the beginning of the Emperor banning sorcery to his actions after the Horus Heresy.
Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.HS40k by 4Chan
Recommended by Ouroboros, Extraintrovert, Captain Chaos, Chabal 2
Synopsis: Love Can Bloom is the title of one of the most well-loved pieces of writefaggotry ever to grace /tg/. Once upon a time, there was a drawfag named Miko. She made a comic about a Vindicare assassin falling in love with Taldeer from Dawn of War: Dark Crusade and Dawn of War: Winter Assault. There was much nerd rage. Then, somebody started writing a fanfic for this fan picture. There was a mixture of nerd rage and delight. Also of note are the MANY offshoots that Love Can Bloom has spawned. Ranging from Core of Brutality, a story about the Eversor hunting the duo, to the continuation in Imber, to Lofn who is just d'aww.
Comments: Really, really good. Note that many of the pictures at the bottom of the pages are NSFW, like so many things on 1d4chan. Also, unfinished.
Synopsis: Love and Krieg is a collection of short vignettes born from the crazy minds and sappy hearts of a bunch of /tg/ anons tickled by the idea of a Krieger girlfriend. The stories detail the sometimes humorous, often heartwarming events in the relationship between an unnamed, well-meaning Imperial civilian and Krieger Female Model 68b #6345. Each story loosely constituted a date or some outing, most of them tying together without any strict sense of chronology. The end result was something magical, evoking a sense of idyllic innocence rarely found in the grim darkness of the 41st millennium.
Comments: A Crowning Moment of Heartwarming for the Warhammer 40,000 setting, which can always use a few more of those. Not sure what else there is to comment on, the stories speak for themselves.
The spinoffs of this story are incredible as well. Terranis Holds!
Starts out with hilarious romantic comedy, but I was actually crying by the time I finished. Any fan of 40k needs to read this fic.