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Diagonal

Tsuna Status: Complete
Sequel: No
Snapshots: No
Span: 01032016-16072016
Pairings: Tsuna/Renato, Lal/Colonnello, other pairings implied

Summary: An amnesiac Tsuna finds himself in a new life after a sparring accident with Byakuran sends him into another dimension. Years later, an offer is made, of the deranged kind.

Spoilers: Katekyo Hitman Reborn, Elder Scrolls, Harry Potter

Warnings: slash, time skips, amnesia, OOC behavior, crossover, elements of crack (mostly played straight), do-over-ish, dimension travel, alternate universe, canon mangling

Beta: —

Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created and owned by: Amano Akira, Weekly Shōnen Jump, and Viz Media; Bethesda Softworks; and JK Rowling, various publishers including but not limited to Bloomsbury Books, Scholastic Books and Raincoast Books, and Warner Bros., Inc. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.

Notes:

0. This story is completely written and is now in the posting phase. The usual shoutout to Shadowblayze for patiently listening to me babble and making any number of suggestions, including providing some headcanon for Lal’s background.

1. As usual, I expect complaints to roll in. There are way too many entitlement queens out there who think that I’m not entitled to write what amuses me. Frivolous complaints will either be mocked or ignored; depends on how feisty I’m feeling that day. I wrote it, I’m posting it. That’s how it goes.

2. Yes, I still have a fixation with cooking and baking.

3. The crossover to Elder Scrolls will not happen until chapter eight, just to keep anyone from getting antsy. There are three parts to this. Chapters are around 10k each (except the last one).

4. Kawahira is a meddling bastard! Also, Tsuna’s starting dimension is not the canon dimension, for reasons which will become apparent.

5. As usual, this rambles along drunkenly from vague point to vague point and even occasionally does things on schedule, though the characters had a tendency to make me take detours and didn’t always want to do what I wanted them to do. It’s … less deep, too, and that includes any pairing scenes. This isn’t romance focused, so don’t expect more than passing mentions or implied behind the scenes activity.

6. Certain chapters are weird as hell in terms of time skips. Skyrim is shorter, and the “ending” to this is another huge jump between established events and that brief, crack-laden visit to the Harry Potter world.

7. Chapter titles courtesy of: Ride on Shooting Star (The Pillows, FLCL), This Silence is Mine (Onitsuka Chihiro, Drakengard 3, various translations), and Skyrim.