Tag: Rec - McKay/Sheppard
Days of Christmas, McShep style.
Aliens make them *not* do it.
An alien mark makes John want to please Rodney any way possible.
As You Wish by
An alien device makes Rodney want to please John.
A fusion with Star Wars but with the author's particular twist. Both John and Rodney are Sith, on the path to the Ascension.
Sequels on AO3 linked
Rodney ties up John.
Rodney's drugged and goes into hypoglycemic shock. Not what it seems by the title.
Don't Ask Don't Tell is repealed, but only in Atlantis. Mostly McKay/Sheppard, but with Beckett/Zelenka scenes. Also past McKay/Zelenka.
The copies of Weir and the team aren't killed.
Sequel: All Brand New by jenn.
Cotton Candy by
John meets Rodney in a carnival
A world where Don't Ask, Don't Tell was taken to the extreme.
When Atlantis - upon returning to the Pegasus Galaxy from Earth - breaks apart in hyperspace, only John is saved from the debris. The group of Ancients that retrieved him offer him a bargain: Either he helps them make corrections in some universes, where things have gone wrong, or they put him back where he was found. Reluctantly accepting, John embarks on a lonely journey through a multitude of universes until he finally reaches the place he could again call home.
A device makes John and Rodney's minds share Rodney's body. Written before "Duet".
Stargate meets Ghostbusters
Finding Home by
Big Bang 2008. Forks in the Road: Reunion - Sam isn't the one that gets chosen as leader.
Alien parties, bonfires and strange smokes
They get trapped in a cave by a blizzard
Babies had better be totally fucking awesome, John thinks dismally, because not even sex is worth this shit. Sequel to He's Having Her Baby!
Rodney's on the run. He breaks into John's house and takes him hostage
Humble Pi by
Also secondary Elizabeth/Kate Heightmeyer.
Rodney loses his voice, sounds send him into convulsions and could no longer read or write in human language.
Rodney has the flu
O'Neill and Woolsey arrive in Atlantis along with SG-1. Shortly thereafter, Sheppard and McKay find themselves in a race to catch a murderer.
Aliens put Rodney in a two-week "learning trance".
In a dark mirror universe of our own, sixteen year old Rodney McKay is brought to Atlantis by the Chief Science Officer, his older sister Jeannie, after their parents die. While Jeannie has no real use for Rodney, Colonel Sheppard does. Now Rodney has to come to terms with the fact that not only is he Sheppard's boy toy, but also that Sheppard is a moody, paranoid sadist.
For his part, John isn't quite sure what to make of Rodney, who is an almost too perfect match for him. Just as he and Rodney carefully start to settle into a complicated relationship, a conspiracy begins to surface, forcing Rodney to take a stand.
Also Jeannie McKay/Ronon.
Past McKay/Jonas Quinn, Sheppard/Carter in the AU.
An Ancient device exchanges John with his counterpart in another dimension.
Crossover with Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. John is a Terminator sent back in time to protect Rodney, who was essential to the creation of Skynet, while the Connors and Cameron try to decide if Rodney is a risk.
Atlantis head scientist Rodney orders a mail-order bride. He gets ex-military pilot John instead.
John is turned into a pig.
Sheppard/Cadman, McKay/Cadman, Sheppard/Cadman/McKay, Sheppard/McKay.
Amazon doesn't make shipments to the Pegasus Galaxy. What's a Harry Potter fan to do? (On the Wayback Machine)
Zelenka wants Rodney but...
Outtake: In The Interest Of Science.
SGC scientist McKay adopted his sister's daughter. Major Sheppard is her biological father
Sequel: Something New. Rodney has a lingerie fetishism. Also mild D/s.
The truth about John.
The Chair by
“…are you saying I exist merely to be John Sheppard’s plaything?” The Wraith have returned, the city is on the verge of destruction and Rodney makes a discovery that could change his relationship with Sheppard forever. Meanwhile, Sheppard has made an equally startling discovery of his own.
A Siege III AU where John is gravely injured.
Link to the alternate ending which has the link to the other parts.
Aliens cut Rodney's tongue off
Rodney is an angel. To get his wings, he needs to make John fall in love.
While the main focus of this series is the slash pairing of Sheppard/McKay there are secondary het pairings. The pairings that appear in the series: John Sheppard/Rodney McKay, Cameron Mitchell/Vala Mal Doran, Jennifer Keller/Evan Lorne, Teyla Emmagen/Ronon Dex, Sam Carter/Daniel Jackson, Laura Cadman/Aidan Ford, James Stackhouse/Thomas Markham, and Radek Zelenka/David Parrish.
Sentinel John Sheppard thought he’d spend his life unbonded and then he met Dr. Rodney McKay. The mission to Atlantis is their mutual path and they will gather the strongest, brightest, and best for the mission that will take them to another galaxy.
John is a small-town sheriff, Rodney a physicist in search of the peace necessary to write a book
The Spare by
As part of peace treaty, empire's royal noble John has to marry science minister Rodney of the Dyzan province
In college, Rodney was a stripper.
John has time to realize that those fingers are webbed and then the involuntary laughter about finding a mermaid interferes with his already questionable grip on breathing, and he passes out.
Vampire Love by
John and Rodney are vampires of different clans.
They get trapped in a dark closet.
John is a medical doctor trained in emergency medicine. Rodney is an USAF Major.
Also past McKay/Quinn, McKay/Mitchell, Sheppard/Holland, Sheppard/Mitchell and present O'Neill/Carter, Dave Sheppard/Keller, Mitchell/OMC, Lam/OMC & OMC/OMC.
What if Rodney didn’t go to Atlantis and the city was lost again? Sheppard turns up as the second command of the SGC under Major General Jack O’Neill and after a year of watching the moody government contractor Dr. Rodney McKay… he decides to make some very personal changes in his life.