19 Oct 2019
Midoriya Izuku: A detective, 22 years old, a traitor, and a villain.
Midoriya was fed up with this world, and everything in it.
He had finally reached detective status, but what did that really mean? What power did he have in this world where quirks meant everything?
He’d been abandoned by every hero he’d ever met. Every last one of them could care less about the quirkless in this world.
Midoriya wanted to tear them all down from their pedestals, and show the world their true colors. Every last one of them, even All Might.
That man he met, Shigaraki Tomura, had some pretty convincing rhetoric. Maybe Midoriya would help him. After all, their goals seemed similar.
If he couldn’t make a change in this world as a policeman, and he couldn’t be a hero, then maybe he’d just become a villain.
10 Oct 2019
Midoriya took Kacchan’s advise that day. He jumped from the roof, wishing and praying for a better next life.
And as it turns out Kacchan was right, what were the odds of that?!
Well, it wasn’t his next life, per say. No, Midoriya Izuku was very much alive, he just wasn’t….the same anymore.
Or the one where Midoriya loses his humanity when Sensei tries to put him back together
21 Sep 2019
In a world where All Might never found the sludge villain before it got Midoriya. It took over his body to hide, bringing him back to the League of Villains without thinking.
Midoriya knew too much for the League to let him go. They found his mother and held her life over his head. Either he complied or they killed his mother and then him.
Midoriya was smart and resourceful, after months of harsh unforgiving training, he could take on most people, villains and heros alike.
The League assigned him assassination missions of heros that were getting in his way. He was a hardened villain, but the world wasn’t so sure he was evil.
Midoriya sacrificed everything for the ones he loved, wouldn't you?
Or a world where I think what I could I possibly do to hurt Midoriya more, and then I write exactly that. My poor broccoli boy. He didn't deserve any of this.
Something was wrong with Lance.
It was like Lance wasn’t…Lance? Keith couldn’t explain it.
Keith knew to listen to his instincts, and he wouldn’t rest until he got answers.