25 May 2019
A game of Truth or Dare in their second year of UA causes a couple of secrets to come out, and those involved have to navigate their way through the aftermath. It's a little bit messy, a little bit nerve-wracking, but things will likely work out for the better.
25 May 2019
“Midori! Truth or dare?” Midoriya looks Ashido in the eyes, decides that he doesn’t trust her either way and weighs his options.
Truth is dangerous in that he literally can’t refuse to answer, as they’d established. Dare is, ironically, safer in this situation. If he refuses a dare there could be any number of reasons he’d refused, and the only real punishment is being called a coward by his class.
A terrifying prospect, really, but the choice is easy.
“Dare,” he says finally, watching with a muted horror as Ashido’s grin seems to widen even more. “Actually,” he starts, suddenly nervous. “Can I change my answer?” As one the entire group denies him this right, and he shrinks down as Ashido raises a hand, grinning, waiting for everyone to quiet down.
“I dare you… to kiss your crush.” Midoriya’s mouth goes dry as his face heats up. Iida launches into action, ranting about the inappropriate nature of the dare, while across the circle Hagakure squeals, causing Ojiro to wince and lean away. Midoriya’s mouth opens, closes, and then opens again as he finds his words.
“What if I have more than one…?”
The circle falls suddenly silent.
- Part 1 of One Night Can Change A Lot
11 Feb 2019
After countless hours of torture and darkness, Izuku Midoriya wants nothing more than to lay in the grass, gazing up at the blue sky with his mom.
Is that fantasy just to far for him?
Is he to far gone for such a small happiness?
His vocal cords are as broken as his mind, but he just keeps running forward and resisting the urge to scream out in pain.
Is there hope for him?
Will he ever be the same?
Will he ever get to enjoy the sky?
- Part 2 of To See The Blue Sky
27 Aug 2020
It was just supposed to be a normal movie night. Iida would pass because he would rather study. Whomever would pick out a movie. Asui would hog all the blankets. Uraraka would eat half of the snacks before the previews ended. Midoriya would bite his lip to keep from spilling all of the mumbles he had inside of him. Todoroki would unstealthily lean forward, still trying to absorb as much normal culture as he could.
The movie was supposed to go off without a hitch, and it did.
It was /after/ the movie that things got interesting.
°°°this is a dark-ish, sarcasm filled story. Beware°°°
Sick of Dumbles manipulations, Harry struck a deal with Voldemort after his resurrection ritual, which made his summer much more... interesting.
See, everyone expected Harry to be a light, reckless, self-sacrificing Gryffindor and not a charming, cold and powerful Slytherin, who had a knack of getting under people's skin and wasn't afraid to curse those in his way. Nobody expected him to be ~dark. Not even Tom (which - much to Harry's horror - helpfully pointed out that Harry was acting like a Tom Riddle 2.0, gathering followers and such)
With Harry blatantly denying Dark Lord's return, they work together in destroying scheming Dumbledore and gaining followers, exploring their newfound bond and... sneaking into the Chamber to visit Basilisk?
As Tom learns of Harry's past he realizes, everything he was told about his young nemesis was a lie. A carefully sculptured persona Harry created duped even Dumbledore. He finally met his equal.
Not everything is at is seems.
Bookmarked by LunoraSolaris
19 Jan 2021