Naruto was not your average girl, as cliche as that seemed to sound.
She didn't like flowers or makeup or dresses, and she certainly didn't care about what some stupid boys thought about her. She had peculiar tastes, or at least that's what most people told her. It was slightly true, at least, because, for the oddest of reasons, she thought the demon fox living inside of her was adorable. He kind of hated it- but he didn’t hate her. That's why they were best friends because they were the only ones who didn't hate each other.
Until she found more friends, that was.
(Posting an old fic. I wrote this like three years ago so don't judge the writing ability, thanks.)
Fandoms: Ao no Exorcist | Blue Exorcist
27 Mar 2020
They were all wrong. He had them, And he hadn't taken to them well. Rin had always thought that the night he had first drawn Kirikara was a shit show of its own caliber; something he could very easily claim to be the worst night of his life. Then Yukio burst into flames. He hadn’t taken it well. True Cross had, perhaps, taken it worse. In the heat of the moment, Rin had done something stupid, again, and the rest of the world ended up paying for it.
Despite everything that had happened to him, there are two things that Rin would never, ever, allow himself to regret.
This first was drawing Kurikara to escape the Gehenna gate.
The second was telling Yukio how much he loved him.
Apocalyptic fic. Huge Canon divergence. Takes place 5 years in the future, but there is a mix of canon and AU elements.
Kurama had grown a close bond to her previous Jinchuuriki… and, well, even before the third little brat was born she had sworn to herself to help it. It was Kushina’s child, after all, and the woman had raved about how excited she was to meet him.
She did… for a few minutes.
But now Kushina was gone. Blondy, too, and Kurama was left trapped inside of an infant that the whole world loved to hate. Which was usually her thing. But if she owed anything to Kushina… then, well, she would try and raise the child as her own. Perhaps not as a Mother, she was never very good at that… but she did have eight troublesome siblings, so how hard could raising one human child be?
She owed to it Kushina.
And now she owed it to Naruto.
(Turns out that Human children and demon children are almost nothing alike.)