18 Feb 2020
For Midoriya Izuku, he had only known his father through letters and gifts he got on his birthday and holidays, but a man who was absent from his life nonetheless. But one interview changed his complete outlook on the man he used to love and admire.
Bookmarked by 50shadesofPitchBlack
23 Feb 2020
03 Sep 2018
It starts out with a text from an unknown number. An innocuous thing, innocent enough, just—
He hates it when the air conditioner is off. That damn mustache makes him overheat.
Shoto stared down at his phone with a mismatched gaze, mind whirling and face calm.
Who is this?
There was no response.
A mystery. Shoto was intrigued, curious about who had gotten his phone number and why. But more importantly— most importantly— he’d love to piss off his father.
Otherwise known as: Dabi gives Shoto some advice.
villain eradication plan 5C: let them attack budding heroes mothers, wait appropriate time for mother to defeat them by Uncontinuous (nights_fang)
01 Nov 2017
Targetting the civilian families of hero students should be cakewalk. Pity they decided to go with Inko first.
Or the one where Inko accidentally defeats the League of Villains.
10 Jan 2020
It was a simple enough idea; screw around with the resident bastard of Class 1-A to let him know that his medieval ways and perverted behaviour weren't going to be tolerated by even the most career-focused of UA's students.
To say that things had snowballed was an understatement.
Todoroki had no idea how he had ended up sitting on Bakugou's floor at 1 am, holding a dossier of incriminating material that would make the FBI slobber, but he wasn't sure he wanted to know.
The long and short of it was, fuck Mineta.
29 Jan 2020
Izuku doesn’t think of himself as a good person. With a “villainous” quirk, it isn’t making that any easier.
In a world where soulmates can’t use their quirks on each other, Izuku wouldn’t know his soulmate if they slapped him upside the head. After all, who would like him without him using his quirk on them?
Unluckily, his new foster parents suck and leave him to fend for himself at their apartment while they’re in America for a few months. But his neighbor’s cat likes him, so, score! Especially when it leads to him changing his mind about falling from the bridge he killed his mother on three years prior, and acquiring five cats, four entire friends, three people from his childhood he sorely missed, two dads, and one massive crush!
Wait a second. What the fuck was that last part?
Or, in which a very sad boy meets Aizawa’s weird cat and he becomes less sad.
- Part 3 of Silverleopard’s Shindeku Stories