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Dinosaur Monday!

)Hell thereie! I'm derekmetaltron, your delightful host for the next four days of prompting madness. Hopefully I've picked four themes which will get those plot bunnies hopping so let's get to it!

Today's theme is Dinosaurs! Those big terrible lizards dominated the Earth for a hundred and fifty million years so there's got to be some worthage in those right? From time travel excursions to Jurassic Park, from cutey Land Before Time models to a decidedly scary skeleton in A Night at the Museum, these Saurians mean business! Any fandom or crossover is fine so long as you can fit dinosaurs into the mix, alive or long dead.

Her of course are those pesky Prompt Rules via the great god Copy and Paste:
  1. No more than 5 prompts in a row, and no more than 3 prompts per fandom. However, if one of your prompts is filled, you may prompt again!
  2. No spoilers in your prompts until 1 week after the original air/publication date.
  3. If there are spoilers in your response, please warn in bold and leave at least 3 spaces. After that, it’s totally their fault.
  4. Remember to format your prompts appropriately and keep them to a reasonable length. For example:
  • Doctor Who, Any Doctor & Any Companion(s), The Doctor tries dinosaur riding with varied success while his companion(s) find themselves in a tricky situation of prehistoric proportions.
  • Jurassic Park, Alan/Ellie, The Island might threaten their lives but they still have each other.
  • Torchwood/Primeval, Jack/Abby, "Sorry sweetheart, but Myfanway belongs to us."
Remember to give all you fandoms some love and if nothing appeals to that plot bunny to nibble, try giving it a healthy helping of Lonely Prompts.



Sep. 19th, 2011 11:10 am (UTC)
Supernatural, Gabriel + TFW, Gabriel decides that maybe Team Free Will can stop the Apocalypse if they bring a T-Rex/appropriate Dinosaur to the fight
Sep. 22nd, 2011 04:52 am (UTC)
What every Apocalypse needs (1/2)
It was slow. It was massive. It was demonic. And they had no clue what the fuck it was.

Half a dozen signs all pointed toward something big going down in a little, out-of-the-way town in Indiana, but the two day trip from a massive haunting in Winslow, Arizona (Dean couldn't resist) had them in town too late.

Sam and Dean were somber as the Impala rolled slowly into town and they noticed the complete lack of people and power. This was the first sign that something was wrong. The second sign was the giant appendage that slowly crashed down onto the street in front of them five blocks down.

It was a another day before the two brothers had made a workable plan to take the monstrosity down.

"Alright" Dean said, as if to reassure himself and Sam that this was doable. "Alright. We know it doesn't like holy water, and that it's not that smart. We have a water tower full of holy water-"

"Hopefully," Sam interrupted. "You know we've never blessed such a large amount before. It it were possible, don't you think-"

"We have a Tower Full of Holy Water," Dean interrupted in turn. "Now we just need the big fugly to get near it."

"I'm just saying, " Sam said, "that maybe we should wait for Cas and Gabe to get back from their quest-"

"When they said they might take a week or more?"

"-to be sure that it's blessed properly. We're not getting a second chance at this, Dean."

Dean kept his eyes on the monster, which seemed to be playing stack the blocks with half a dozen vehicles and getting upset when they fell, two cornfields away from their position. "If Cas and Gabe were here, they could probably just smite the bastard." Dean rationalized. "We'll try this, and if it doesn't work, then we go off and find somewhere with working cell towers to call them. If they're even in a place with reception. I know we can outrun the thing, and it's got a short attention span. It'll stay in town."

Sam sighed and nodded, merely playing devil's advocate to a plan he'd already consented to.

Dean pulled his gaze from the monster's disturbingly jiggly temper-tantrum to check over the weakened supports of the tower to the chains wrapped around the lower legs of the tower and further onto the two commandeered trucks waiting patiently to bring the whole thing crashing down. He grinned. "Alright?" He said a third time.

Sam rolled his eyes and nodded, crouching down near a pile of fireworks strategically placed in front of the doomed water tower and flipping open his lighter.

"Hey, guys!" Gabriel announced, causing Sam to jump and lose his grip on the lit lighter.

Sam blinked at him as the lighter bypassed the end of the carefully measured fuses and hit the twisted together base of half a dozen different firework launcher's fuses.


Sep. 22nd, 2011 04:55 am (UTC)
What every Apocalypse needs (2/2)

Castiel's subsequent arrival managed to fan the flames of a small fire that had broken out onto the middle of the fuses of half a dozen more fireworks. He had only appeared for a split second before the area where he stood was engulfed in a shower of bright sparkles and explosions from the first set of fireworks.

"Huh" Gabriel said, glancing first at the holy water tower then at the giant monster-thing as it lumbered over to investigate the pretty booms. "You guys should know that's only going to make it grouchy."

"Dammit, Dean," Sam said as he hunkered down in his assigned truck, waiting for the monster to get in range.

"Well," Gabriel added, "Grouchy and much more vulnerable to physical damage."

"Plan still on!" Dean called out from within his own truck. "Go!" He added, seeing the monster in range.

Vehicles sped forward. The water tower listed groaningly toward the monster, and a snap from Gabriel was added to ensure the bulbous tower ruptured in exactly the right way to maximize Holy water soakage

Gabriel sent a grin toward his little brother, slightly burnt, ruffled, and seated in Dean's truck. "You know what this plan needs? More Dinosaurs."

"I blame you for this, Gabriel" Castiel stated calmly, his words slightly drowned out by the oddly piping roar of a T-Rex.

The two (human) brothers plus Castiel, after traveling to what they hoped was a safe distance, stopped to view the carnage of acid-burned big ass fugly vs. disturbingly colorful big ass dinosaur. Gabriel joined them, snapping up Popcorn and offering to share as they watched.

"Huh. You think you could keep Fido here around a bit longer? There's a couple demons that orchestrated this whole mess that would love to meet him, I'm sure." Dean suggested, taking a double handful of popcorn for himself.

"Sure! Every Apocalypse needs a dinosaur. Livens things up a bit." Gabriel replied.


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