There’s an amazing, prolific author of stories set in the Baldur’s Gate fandom. His works are characterized by close attention being paid to Realmslore.
Of course, I mean Blue-Inked-Frost.
Some of his works include (in alphabetical order):
A story of Kagain. Brilliantly written, reconciles book and game lore and Realmslore. One of the best stories in Blue-Inked-Frost’s profile.
A try to reconcile the story of Centeol from BG1 with the story of Jon Irenicus presented in BG2. Has Jon Irenicus/Ellesime and Jon Irenicus/Tanova and, of course, unrequited Centeol/Jon Irenicus. The scene at the end has Jon Irenicus/Bodhi vibe, so slight incest…
Explores the backstory of Branwen of Tempus. Lots of Realmslore, as usual, and brilliant depictions of Tempus and Red Knight, and the clerics.
What happened to Branwen after the events of Baldur’s Gate 1? Slightly departs from Realmslore, though.
Valygar, Aerie, Dynaheir and the Gorion’s Ward named Feyvel bring Minsc’s bones home. Brilliantly written, including a lot of Rashemen-related Realmslore.
What if Garrick was evil? A brilliant AU one-shot.
My personal favorite of all writings of Blue-Inked-Frost’s. It is an AU to BG2 in the sense that Khalid lived. It has Khalid/Jaheira, of course, and features both a backstory (what happened before the Baldur’s Gate saga) and what happened later. Brilliantly written. A cameo by Gorion and Alianna. The Gorion’s Ward is little seen here, though.
A one-shot exploring a minor character from Baldur’s Gate 1.
Imoen, Minsc, and Jaheira travel to Rashemen. Imoen is Minsc’s witch. Features brilliant Realmslore and ghosts-of-the-past. One of the best stories of Blue-Inked-Frost’s I’ve read.
One of the best stories. Xzar and Montaron free Viconia from prison (around the time of Baldur’s Gate 2). AU in the sense that neither Montaron nor Xzar die. Has an awesome pairing…
Khalid and Jaheira on one hand; Xzar and Montaron on the other. Anyone who has ever played Baldur’s Gate 1 knows what happens. Brilliantly written, as always, with lots of information on both the Harpers and the Zhents.