22 Feb 2020
Yagi Toshinori watched the green haired boy walk away after saving his friend and shook his head. While the boy's actions were heroic, he was just too reckless. He walked in the opposite direction, thinking about a time he could meet the candidate Sir Nighteye put forward.
Izuku Midoriya goes home and decides that, even if he can't be hero himself, he can still help them with his analysis. Cue Izuku catching the attention of multiple heroes who are a little more open-minded and willing to see the potential in a quirkless kid.
- Part 1 of For The Want Of A Nail
20 Feb 2020
Sudden Spark by dekudekudekiru, RandomCrapStories for Lovely Daisy for Dealing with our BS over Gay Panics and Happy Screaming
21 Feb 2020
At age 4, Izuku Midoriya was declared quirkless.
At age 5, Izuku saw an interview with All Might on tv on a Friday night. The interview knocked his life onto a completely different course, a course that ended up being both his downfall and his victory.
"You don’t have to have a quirk or any fancy powers to be a Support Hero. You just need the drive to build, the mindset to invent, the ambition to experiment and test, and the purpose to keep going even after it fails and - literally - blows up in your face."
“I told you, worthless Deku! You’ll never be a hero without a quirk!”
“You want to bet, Katsuki?”
22 Feb 2020
All for One drops the whole being a super villain thing because he is very bored.
Over 200 years of being a villain and he is just so done with this. After his battle with Nana, he fakes his death in the wreckage to give the hope to her successor that she completed the mission she set out to do.
After dropping the whole villain thing, he becomes Midoriya Hisashi.
This is a story about how he fell in love, has a family, and how he deals with his son wanting to be a hero.
- Part 1 of Good Parent Universe
Arthur's life wasn't exactly set it stone, whether he was a prince or a stressed out teenager, but there were choices he would never get to make for himself. He would never get to choose who he loved, who he married. The irony, of course, is that he never chose to fall in love with Merlin in the first place.
Or, two stories about a boy who didn't have a name for that fickle thing, "destiny," controlling his life. One told in flashbacks, the other in present.