The Registration Act 619 had been a necessity – mutants had to be registered and examined by a federal board, and if found potentially dangerous for humans, tested.
Hanzo had no idea what happened to those who didn’t pass the test, but Goldberg concern with some citizens disappearing after the procedure made his sixth sense tickle in the wrong way.
Genji was another story. Of course, no one would have publicly held his existence against their father, but there would have been rumors. Gossips, cracks in the foundations of the empire Sojiro Shimada and his father before him had built in the years.
A mutant son was a dishonor that would have destroyed the good name of the family.
One mutant son was more than enough.
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22 Mar 2018
Sleepovers always killed Keith, mostly because being in the same bed as Lance broke his heart every single time. But who was he to say no to his best friend? He'd do whatever he could to be this close to Lance. He was hopelessly in love with a boy he could never be with. No matter how much he pined and wanted, Keith and Lance would never be together.
But Keith didn't care too much, because he'd suffer a million broken hearts just to have the opportunity to be Lance's best friends for as long as the two of them were breathing. It was painful, one of the worst pains he'd ever experienced, but he'd do it for him. Lance meant that much to him.
He was just so damn in love.
It broke his heart.
Keith never wants to ruin what they have by confessing his feelings. He knows that Lance couldn't possibly love him in the way he so wants to be loved.
But that's okay.
It'll be fine.
He'll be fine.
Every night, like clockwork, the dragon would appear up there, in the sky. And every night, Jesse would sit outside and watch it. He sometimes wondered where the dragon came from, and why it was here instead of somewhere else. He wondered if it had a home to go to. He had a lot of questions, none he was sure he'd ever be able to ask. He lived alone out here in the woods and in a way, the dragon felt like company. Even if the sighting was short, it's something Jesse looked forward to every night.
Until one night, the dragon isn't there.
Jesse finds the very dragon he'd been watching in the sky each night, injured and in rough shape... and he's human. The only thing Jesse can think to do is take him home, patch him up, and help him heal.
The last thing Jesse expects, though, is to feel the way he does about this man.
“As of now, the bounty above his head is well into the thousands. Posts have been made all over the country, just to be safe. We should get any reports on sightings, of which I'll relay to you. Because of your extensive success and skillset, I have no doubt that you'll find him. I wish you luck, and you do your best to get that man here, no matter the cost.”
Hanzo Shimada, one of the best detectives Los Angeles has seen, is tasked with tracking down infamous criminal Jesse McCree.
The only problem is that Jesse McCree is not going to go easy.
He prefers doing things the hard way.
Inventor and purveyor of only the finest wares, Jesse McCree is known worldwide for his fully functional prostheses and proprietary aether. Looking to break into the lucrative Japanese market now that trade with the country has opened, Jesse is set to showcase his wares and expand his reach further across the globe.
It all comes crashing down around him when assassin to the reclusive and fearsome Shimada Clan, Shimada Hanzo, tells him that his brother Genji has gone missing - the same man who Jesse hired as an apprentice under the guise of another name and who he considers a good friend.
With no leads to go on, Jesse and Hanzo set sail half-way around the world, discovering that their fates are well and truly entwined.