These are the pages in which you will find our 'general' HERCULES: THE LEGENDARY JOURNEYS fiction. They're mostly 'wallow' (or 'hurt/comfort') pieces - because we're big fans of that genre and these two seem to encourage us to write about them that way! You may notice the majority of the 'hurt' is done to Iolaus, whilst the 'comfort' part is given to Hercules. It's just that we have so much FUN hurting our golden warrior ... and we're also a little sick ...
If anyone has any stories which they would like adding to this site, then please feel free to contact Cass They don't necessarily have to be hurt/comfort - we LIKE Herc and Iolaus stories of any description!
'Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies' (Aristotle 4th BC)
REFLECTIONS OF A GOLDEN KIND - by Cass
The writer's 'epilogue' to the Golden Hind trilogy. After Serena's death and the ensuing events, Hercules reflects upon his losses, with a little help from a certain friend.
A MATTER OF ETHICS - by Cass
Jason is stunned to learn that, during his memory loss, courtesy of Fortune, Iolaus did something very, very bad. He cheated at cards!
A LIFE WORTH LIVING - by Cass:
Hercules and Iolaus visit a plague-ridden town, where they help the healer, Marchus, deal with the ravages and deaths from the sickness. Unfortunately, Iolaus then falls victim to the fever and Hercules has to make the ultimate sacrifice.
CONVENTION - by Chattan:
On their way to a convention at which one of them is an extra special guest, Hercules and Iolaus recollect the time when the blond hunter came up against a vicious and horrendous beast when he attempted to save two children, and almost lost his life in the process.
QUEEN OF WITCHES - by Chattan
The sequel to 'Convention', a dark little tale based on Hallowe'en, wherein Iolaus and Hercules wage separate fights for both their friends' lives and Iolaus' soul .
Hercules and Iolaus are captured by representatives of a rigid matriarchal society, separated and taken back to the womens' village. There they both undergo a gruelling test of both strength and endurance ...
Hercules, grieving after his mother's death, decides that being around him is too dangerous and journeys alone, leaving Iolaus behind. Stubborn and as intrepid as usual, however, the blond warrior follows him - and promptly disappears ...
Hercules and Iolaus have a conversation after Dahak has taken Iolaus' life. (Note: This was written prior to the airing of 'Darkness Rising' etc)
Hercules and Jester try to build a relationship, but there are others who intervene. (Note: This was written before 'Redemption' was screened so the 'exorcism' scene was taken from the author's imagination and not from the episodes dealing with it!)
DISCLAIMER - Nothing on these pages is intended to infringe the copyright of anyone, anywhere, who has the slightest claim on the characters of Hercules or Iolaus. These are just for fun and we'll give the boys back (fairly unharmed, but probably exhausted), after we've borrowed 'em for a while! Promise!