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- Recommended by Rainwolf 95
- Status: Dormant
- Synopsis: The identity of whoever decided that the whiteboard and seemingly infinite supply of whiteboard markers had been important enough to grab during the evacuation was unknown.
- Comments: A hilarious fanfiction told entirely through notes made by crew members on the whiteboard of Destiny. Only seven chapters thus far, but it is an entertaining seven chapters that you will find yourself rereading again and again.
- Recommended by: Mira Oubliette
- Status: Complete
- Synopsis: Cleanwhiteroom's wrap-up of Stargate Universe and Destiny's original mission "plus or minus tearing apart the fabric of the universe".
- Pairing(s): Extremely slow building Young/Rush. Background pairings include canon pairings such as Lt. Matt Scott/Chloe Armstrong and Eli Wallace/Ginn.
- Comments: While it is technically a classified as a shipping fic by the author, most of the fic could be read as an ensemble gen piece with the pairings in the background, except when such pairings come forward to advance the plot and/or provide drama, much like the series treated the canon pairings. Most of the focus is on the completion of Destiny's original mission, dealing with the fallout of decisions both good and bad, everyday life on Destiny, and Destiny's AI as a sentient being. It is rated Mature on Archive of Our Own, mostly due to violence and language stronger than the series could get away with on TV, although there is non-explicit sexuality in some chapters. This fic is an epic with 404,600 words and 71 chapters. It is not a light read due by any means, not just due to the length but the heavy use of physics, mathematics, and philosophy.
The Tree of Liberty by James Doyle
- Recommended by: Marcus S Lazarus
- Status: Complete
- Crossover with: The Hunger Games
- Synopsis: The seeds of rebellion already sown in Panem, Katniss and Peeta may hold the key to finding help from the remnant of a long-dead civilization.
- Comments: Based on the idea that the apocalypse that created Panem was the result of Earth being attacked by the Lucian Alliance, Katniss and Peeta are 'abducted' during their Victory Tour by a group of people who have kept hold of the communication stones ever since the destruction of the original SGC. With Destiny having been left drifting for centuries due to a power problem, they are thus able to make contact with the original crew just as they come out of stasis, leading to Katniss joining a team that escapes Earth through the retrieved Stargate to find answers as to what happened in the last few centuries, culminating in humanity recovering the long-hidden Odyssey and the clan of Rya'c aiding in the liberation of Earth while Katniss joins the Destiny crew.