Good Haggar (Voltron)
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Altea was strong, both physically, mentally and technologically, but then it fell with nothing to prove of its people besides old, worn down ruins. With nowhere to go and no family left besides themselves, Princess and Prince Allura and Lance plus their royal adviser have been on the move for almost three decades.
But Lance thinks he's finally found protection, a place to call home, and a family his sister deserves more than anything. He’d do anything to protect this happiness.
Stories of the life of Lance as he makes his way through life, his new one, living under the Galra Empire with people to call family and finds himself falling in love in the process of keeping them all safe.
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Chapter 1: Shiro and Lance enjoy a night out for themselves. Lance gets a dance he was promised as well. [Established Relationship]
The Galra was one of the most powerful kingdom to ever exists, with powerful Galra with many allies, but plenty of enemies too. Their nearly forgotten traditions and their ego turned out to be their weakneness. For decades, they’ve been at war with the Alteans, and are losing. The Alteans better tactics pummeled the Galra. Even King Zarkon knew that this war can’t go on forever. He desperately wants to end the war before the kingdom falls.
After learning that King Alfor’s son, Prince Lance, is an Alpha and will take over as king, Zarkon could only think of one thing he could offer: his youngest son, Prince Keith, the first Omega born in the royal line in centuries.
Lance and Keith both learn to cope with the arrangement, trying to keep fighting everyday without being reminded of their destinies. They both believe in the same thing: that this wasn’t going to work, that there was no way either one of them would come out of this satisfied. That no matter what happened, they weren't in control of their own lives. Instead, the boys learn that living with each other isn’t as bad as it sounds. If they can learn to become friends, than maybe, just maybe, some other good things could come out of this.