02 Sep 2017
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet." - Act II, Scene II, Romeo and Juliet.
The hero Deku isn't doing much downtown when he's alerted to the fact that a known and infamous villain-come-vigilante is wreaking havoc near an abandoned office block. Avalanche is easily recognisable. Half a body covered in ice and a glowing red eye was the kind of memorable that Deku's support team would call 'merchandisable.'
Obviously, Deku's done his homework.
Otherwise known as that one villain au where we get flashbacks, rehabilitation and both physical and emotional hurt/comfort. No actual Bakugou's were harmed in the making of this story, just weird psychic projections.
You weren't exactly planning on letting a stranger into your house, bruised and bloody. You weren't planning on letting him live with you for an indeterminate amount of time. You weren't planning on liking him, and you certainly weren't planning on kissing him.
When Dave is sent on an important delivery, the last thing he expects is the Wolf of the Woods to help him. Little do they both know that they'll lead each other home.
20 Jul 2017
“We were in a fight,” he said.
“Yes,” Todoroki returned.
“And now we’re trapped?”
“Under a building.”
“So it would seem.”
Two friends share time and words together as they try to keep a dark situation from turning into a hopeless one.
- Part 1 of the thing with feathers
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17 Jul 2018
16 May 2018
It was only meant to be another job: wait under cover in the night for a trade by the ports, bust down some illegal Quirk enhancer operation, and take into custody a dangerous, illusive drug lord. It wasn't anything new for Aizawa, nor was it anything overwhelming. However, the same thing couldn't be said about finding yourself taking care of a young and very ill-mannered child.
Or the one where Aizawa finds a 4-year-old Katsuki in the aftermaths of a drug bust and idiotically decides to take him in.
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16 Jul 2018