10 Jun 2017
Viktor had always looked up to his parents, and above all to his mother, Sinnoh's Top Coordinator who swept through contests with her Sylveon like it was nobody's business. Of course, he admired his father, too, a skilled Ice Master that crushed his challengers left and right. Aspiring to one day become a coordinator like his mother, but with a special love for ice-types like his father, Viktor takes all the help he can get to one day reach the podium himself.
Meanwhile, Yuuri didn't exactly aspire to become a dragon trainer since the age of three, but he did very much enjoy the company of the dragon Pokémon at the Yu-Topia Akatsuki dragon shelter his parents ran. It was only later when the idea was planted into his head by a visiting Dragon Master, and it was only when he watched junior coordinator Viktor Nikiforov compete in a televised event that Yuuri decided he would take on the Hoenn League challenge when he reached the age of ten.
How else was he going to possibly impress the mesmerizing coordinator one day?
Unbeknownst to Yuuri, he gained said coordinator's attention a lot earlier than he thought he did.
Pokémon AU that spiraled out of control after my one-shot Type Advantage.
- Part 1 of The Ice Prince and the Dragon Master
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08 Oct 2017
Yuuri has always believed in the little moments, and maybe that’s why he’s so unprepared when a big moment throws itself through the door and practically collapses against the counter and asks for help. Or, rather than a moment, a man who makes a moment.
Yuuri is just a witch working in a small magic shop when suddenly, Viktor Nikiforov throws himself into his life asking about a charm, of all things.
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05 Oct 2017
Fandoms: Yuri!!! on Ice (Anime)
30 Apr 2017
“Viktor, do you know what cherry blossoms mean?”
“What they mean?” Viktor tilts his head, surprised at the sudden question.
“They can mean beauty. Or a good education. Cherry blossoms generally bloom around the time the new school year starts.” Yuuri’s eyes are unwavering on Viktor, and the colors shift in the dark irises again. “But they also mean impermanence.”
Impermanence -- transient. Not lasting forever.
The word sends a ripple of fear through Viktor.
(Or, the story where Viktor accidentally brings home a cherry blossom spirit from Japan, and his life and heart are turned upside-down.)
Vicchan has a crush on their neighbor across the balcony, and so does his owner.
Yuuri, certified Dog-Dad™, will do anything for his beloved poodle—even if that means constantly embarrassing himself in front of his devastatingly attractive neighbor.
Sixteen-year-old Victor time travels to the future. Yuuri's the one who has to deal with that damage, all the while missing his Victor. The most unsettling thing of all: it's very difficult to read this Victor.