15 Nov 2019
By the time he turned fourteen, he was known as Midoku, the Black Swordsman of Aincrad. He'd been trapped in SAO for two years. But when the death game finally ends, he has a chance to chase after his old dream of being a hero. With barely a year to get his school work, body, and quirk to where they need to be, can Midoriya Izuku still make it into U.A.?
03 Apr 2019
Izuku's only truly used his quirk once. He was four years old.
He took thirty-two lives that day.
Now, he's sworn never to let that power possess him again. Hiding the true nature of his quirk from everyone, he hides behind the thin facade of a useless, showy quirk, refusing any and all connection to the mysterious creature recognized in a few sparse news reports as the Leviathan.
Lies don't last forever, however, and one day or another, his world will have to come crashing down.
Bookmarked by Draskir
01 Dec 2019
02 Dec 2019
When you have a quirk like Midoriya Izuku’s you learn a lot of things.
You learn that that glint in that man’s pocket isn’t a phone. It’s a knife.
You learn that the way the woman across the street is watching the traffic means only one thing.
You learn the difference between a lethal attack and a desperate one.
You also learn that the shivers you get randomly aren’t breezes - that’s a ghost.
The whispering wind is just that
Those shadowy figures in the corners of your eyes, if approached correctly can turn out to be people
- people that have been dead for years but still people nonetheless.
- Part 1 of I’m horrid to Izuku Midoriya
Bookmarked by Draskir
22 Nov 2019
30 May 2019
Or; the one where Izuku is blessed with the most heroic quirk in existence.
The problem is, er, being a hero's the last thing he wants to be.
24 Nov 2019
The Outisder finds a bearer for his Mark, and Izuku Midoriya gains powers he could never have dreamed of.
06 Dec 2019
When Midoriya Izuku died at the ripe old age of 89, he thought he was ready. He had lived a fulfilling life, after all, being the number one hero for over 50 years. He had grandchildren, and had passed on his power in order to train his protege well. So even though he died with regrets, it was with a smile on his face in the end.
Except... He found out he had a quirk after all, and intends to fix everything he did wrong.
...Even if it's going to be a challenge when no one can understand him.
Or: "Mikumo" is trying his best, but when dealing with stubborn kids, self-sacrificing idiots, weird time travel, and a whole town that loves him but doesn't take him seriously, he has his work cut out for him.