Tags: oracle fic

cass, can you not

Fic: Reboot (DCU, PG13)

Title: Reboot
Rating: PG13
Author Notes: DCU reboot fic

The first rule of information warfare is: If your enemy knows that you exist, you're doing things wrong.

The second rule of information warfare is: Secrets, once known, can never be secret again.

But the zeroth rule of information warfare is: The first two rules don't apply if you have friends with access to time machines.

It hadn't been easy to convince her younger self to remain in the role of Batgirl, once she had realized what Oracle was and could do. But she understood the practicality of a triple life. Barbara Gordon would be a librarian, and if you looked really closely, you'd find that she was Batgirl. There was no Oracle. There had never been.

The first rule of information warfare is: If you do things right, the enemy doesn't know that you exist.

.finis.
cass, can you not

Ficlet: 372 (Oracle, PG13, Prompt #19: Caught in the form of limitation)

Title: 372
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #19, Caught in the form of limitation.
Word Count: About two hundred and fifty.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved. Not that Oracle pays too much attention to things like that.
Summary: With hindsight, it all makes sense.
Author Notes: Katarik's fault. That's all I'm saying.


The girl who had chosen five minutes ago to be called Misfit was practically vibrating against the energy transfer pads attached to her skin. "Can I go now? C'mon, I'm growing old here!"

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Ficlet: 121 (Oracle, PG13, Prompt #18: And if the answer is no / can I change your mind?)

Title: 121
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #18, And if the answer is no / can I change your mind?
Word Count: A bit over a hundred.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved. Not that Oracle pays too much attention to things like that.
Summary: How can you test how strong is something, other than by trying to break it?
Author Notes: A sort of mash-up with A Better World, and a sequel to 172 and 793.

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Ficlet: 793 (Oracle, PG13, Prompt #17: Lack of God)

Title: 793
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #17, Lack of God.
Word Count: About two hundred and seventy.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved. Not that Oracle pays too much attention to things like that.
Summary: This is what a happy ending looks like.
Author Notes: A sort of mash-up with A Better World, and a sequel to 172. Also, it's a somewhat abstract, i.e., lazier than usual, fic.

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Fic: 172 (Oracle, PG13, Prompt #16: God)

Title: 172
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #16, God.
Word Count: About a hundred and thirty.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved. Not that Oracle pays too much attention to things like that.
Summary: There's no such thing as a guaranteed happy ending, but that doesn't mean one is impossible.
Author Notes: A sort of mash-up with A Better World.

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Fic: 399 (Oracle, PG13, Prompt #15: Infinity)

Title: 399
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #15, Infinity
Word Count: About a hundred and fifty.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved. Not that Oracle pays too much attention to things like that.
Summary: There's no such thing as a guaranteed happy ending.
Author Notes: A sequel to 378 and 516; this will make no sense -and have no point- without them. Many thanks to katarik for beta and help.


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