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He was only the seventh wheel, Shiro was back and Allura could pilot Blue. So there was no need for him anymore.
That's why he left
Francis Flynn always wanted to be normal, but of course that would always be impossible. No amount of wanting would ever change what she was: Abnormal. Unusual. Francis didn’t want to try to be normal, but society seemed to have other plans.
Starting a new year at a new school with new people seemed like it could be the best thing to happen to Francis, but she had her doubts. Her normal was a life of discrimination and frustration. Normal wasn’t something that Francis necessarily liked, but it was something that she wanted.
At her new school, things become not-so-normal for Francis when she meets some not-so-normal people, including a not-so-normal girl that ignite some not-so-normal feelings.
Maybe Francis won’t mind being not-so-normal after all.
When Ryan Cassidyーa 15-year-old international student from Irelandーmoved to Paris with his older brotherーwho doubles as his only guardianー, he doesn’t know what he expected.
All he knows is that he certainly didn’t expect to be roped into a world of magic and superheroes when he picks up a magical purple brooch from out of the gutter.
So now his already complicated life is made even harder as he strives to juggle fitting into a new school, being a good brother, being a literal superhero, and helping his new friend with their trauma.
This will be fun.
AKA the author makes a self-indulgent fic where Gabriel drops the Butterfly miraculous, my one OC becomes the new Butterfly miraculous holder, and someone actually helps Nooroo through the trauma that he undoubtedly has.
"I had come to tell him, in the cheerful manner boys have, that our world was about to be destroyed."
He has taken a blood vow to the Jackal God to bring freedom to his land by killing Koretia's greatest enemy. But what will he do when the enemy becomes his friend?
Thrust into exile and pain, young Andrew has no choice but to accept the friendship of the very person he had vowed to kill. When he returns with his friend to his homeland fifteen years later, though, he finds himself in a land of conflicting loyalties . . . where a vengeful god awaits him.
- Part 6 of The Three Lands