Following a traumatic experience, Iwaizumi makes the impulsive decision to leave everything behind and travel over two thousands miles to find some semblance of peace. He never expected to find it in the asshole waving a lightsaber in the middle of Times Square.
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21 Jun 2017
Yahaba had a slight secret, one that only his best friend Watari was in on, and even then, he didn’t know the full details. Yahaba was already well aware that coming to finish up his degree in Tokyo, would make it seem like he was trying to follow in the footsteps of Oikawa. He could deal with people making that type of assumption. The truth was, he was only finishing up his degree in Tokyo to continue being close to Kyoutani. Why? Because he loved being in pain.
- Part 3 of Just Like Animals
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20 Jun 2017
It started on March 5th.
Well, maybe it did for Yahaba Shigeru. For Kyoutani Kentarou, it probably was sooner than that. More specifically, it probably started when he turned sixteen.
- Part 2 of TiMER Series
Friends since childhood, Oikawa and Iwaizumi now live together, both playing for the National Team. It's no secret that athletes who are bonded perform better. So if the two of them happen to bond...
It'd be for the good of the team, right?
After the game is won and the trolls' universe has returned to proper order, Eridan Ampora has distinguished himself in the army. Receiving a promotion and his own ship, the new Captain goes to the schoolfeeding facility where lowbloods are indoctrinated and trained to become Helmsmen. There, he finds Sollux Captor.
Unable to bear seeing him that way, Eridan takes Sollux as his slave. Sollux expects to find torture and misery at Eridan's hive, but Eridan is unexpectedly kind.
But is that all there is for Sollux? There is a new lowblood rebellion brewing, fuelled by the Sufferer Born Again, and the Heir, and Sollux already knows which side he supports. The trouble is, he belongs to one of the more loyal members of the Empire, a troll who already murdered the Heir once.