- 僕のヒーローアカデミア | Boku no Hero Academia | My Hero Academia (1)
- Persona 4 (1)
- Pocket Monsters | Pokemon - All Media Types (1)
- Fire Emblem: Fuukasetsugetsu | Fire Emblem: Three Houses (1)
- Soul Eater (1)
Fandoms: Fire Emblem: Fuukasetsugetsu | Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Soul Eater, Persona 3, Persona 4, Persona 5
23 May 2020
There's an old saying that goes, "It takes a village to raise a child."
When it comes to his demon twins, Jeralt will just have to settle with Death City and Shibusen, and all of the oddities that come with it.
Or: Jeralt hightails it out of Fódlan and decides that working for Lord Death in a city filled with Meisters and Demon Weapons is the best way to keep his twins safe and out of Rhea's reach.
Even if it means he has to deal with a bunch of eccentric individuals that tend to be too quirky for his liking.
At least it means his children fit right in. And he always has his journal to rant to, he supposes.
Fandoms: 僕のヒーローアカデミア | Boku no Hero Academia | My Hero Academia, Pocket Monsters | Pokemon - All Media Types
30 Sep 2018
Midoriya may be quirkless, but that doesn’t seem to stop all the rare, mythical, and/or legendary Pokemon from trying to befriend him and turn him into the hero he was always meant to be.
Or in which Pokemon were permanent staples of everyday life long before quirks became a thing, and Izuku Midoriya just so happens to be a walking rare Pokemon magnet. Chaos ensues.
He’s clearly exhausted, and his clothes are ill-fitting and draped over his skeletal frame, but otherwise, he seems innocuous and kind. He’s been unfailingly polite despite his obvious desperation and didn’t flinch when Reigen explained the pricing system.
If it weren’t for the fact he was claiming to be a wizard being haunted by his (also a wizard) arch-nemesis, Reigen would’ve given the kid a discount. That’s how much he feels for him. He’s clearly got some shit to work through, what with the way he keeps jumping at every sound outside.
“Mr. Potter,” Reigen says carefully. “Let me make sure I have this straight.”
“You - a wizard - were involved in a prophecy. Dangerous things, prophecies are,” he adds conspiratorially.
Awkwardly, Potter says, “I’ve only ever known the one, so I can’t say much. But it wasn’t exactly a walk in the park.”
Bookmarked by AsianAscian
24 Apr 2019
REALLY REALLY GOOD, ME LIKEY
Would definitely recommend & read again