For sockii's long ago challenge, which read: This one's for everyone who's seen the DVD and the deleted scenes. Write a follow-up to the "It's only money" scene, where Chon conducts a strip-search to see if Roy's hiding any more gold on him, besides up his sleeve. You can let your imagination go from there :-)
The Following Series
A missing scene from the movie. What happened after Roy rescued Chon from the railroad camp?
A sequel to "Following." After the princess has been rescued and the celebrations are over, Chon and Pei Pei discuss the future.
The sequel to "Longing," third in the "Following" series. Roy reflects on what he thinks he's seen.
The sequel to "Roy's Epiphany," fourth in the "Following" series. Roy must make a decision.
The epilogue to the "Following" series. Chon and Roy are together at last.
For sockii's "Predict the Future" challenge.
For sockii's "random objects" challenge, which included the following: a pink fluffy bathrobe, candles, a potted plant, a deck of playing cards, lipstick, a priceless heirloom. All in 1500 words or less.
Unhappily ever after.
Just Chon's thoughts, watching Roy.
When Roy needs help with a personal problem, Chon comes to the rescue, lending a hand to his partner. Where will this take them in the future. More emotional angst than slash in this story, folks.
Roy and Chon must deal with one of Roy's old partner's.
Dreams and karma...
184k. Rated NC-17.
When a nightmare from Roy's past comes back to haunt him he needs Chon by his side. Story takes place after Shanghai Knights and picks up with our heroes on their way back to Carson City. | Part 1 | Part 2
Princess Pei Pei tries to comfort Falling Leaves.
A bored Roy tries to manipulate Chon into fighting so he can watch.
Chon leaves with a dance hall girl as Roy tries to look on and tries not be jealous.
Shanghai Noon/Kung Fu crossover.
Roy offers to tutor Chon in the Lovemaking department.
After Chon almost dies in a blizzard, Chon and Roy celebrate Valentine's Day
Roy explains what a New Years resolution is.
Chon longs for a childhood treat.
Chon considers leaving Roy.
In response to the missing scene challenge.
Roy thinks, drinks, and then takes a chance. Set around and about the celebration at the end of the movie.
One night after dark, the boys have a little chat.
The story behind the subtext...or, just how DID Chon and Roy end up in that bathtub together? A selection of connected "missing" and expanded scenes from the movie.
Just some private New Year's celebrations. A total PWP.
Fed up with Roy's behavior, Chon decides it's time to shake things up.