With bad decisions and accidents that he had never dealt with before, Keith Kogane finds himself submitted to a therapy home with other people mostly around his age who he's never met.
As soon as he meets Lance McClain, he starts to learn more that even the greatest people have their faults. Perhaps he wasn't the only one who was dealing with this? Maybe he could actually learn to socialize with them?
Friends and enemies made, and secrets never found out are revealed. Together, the group is being left out of something bigger than they'd imagine.
Modern Voltron AU filled with angst, confusion, and fluff. (This is basically a mental hospital AU)
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*MAJOR SPOILERS FOR SEASON 6. DURING AND POST FINAL EPISODE*
*ON TEMPORARY HIATUS.*
Despite her own personal feelings, Allura makes her move to save Lotor from himself in the quintessence rift. She is unaware of what anguish or state he is in, she just hopes she made the right decision.
Harry is at a loss of who to invite to the Yule Ball after being declined by Cho Chang. Until he sees someone else get declined.
Lance could see the pain behind Lotor’s eyes as he told his story. A flame that was no more than a few wild embers that burst from a dying fire.
“You were just a kid,” Lance finally whispered.
Lotor snorted as he turned his head to gaze into Lance’s eyes. “That clearly didn’t stop my father. Did it?”
Sometimes pain runs deeper than any wound that can be left behind. Lance comes to know this when a mission goes awry and he ends up as a both a bargaining chip and a hostage by Lotor to be used against the other paladins of Voltron. But as Lance spends time as a hostage, enduring countless assaults on his mind, body and spirit; he slowly becomes aware that Lotor behaves nothing like the cold monster he assumed him to be. Not with the countless nights Lotor sits silently with him in his cell, or the nights Lotor brings him a healing salve for his wounds or the nights he swears he can see the faint shimmer of tears in the prince's eyes...or the heavy weight of trauma and pain that he can tell Lotor has buried deep in his heart. Sometimes one knows their enemy better than they know themselves and Lance soon finds that to be true.
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31 Aug 2018