28 Sep 2016
Two years after discovering Izuku's quirk, Katsuki and Izuku have grown close during their long hours spent experimenting.
As the entrance exam for Yuuei approaches, they decide it's time to stop slacking and time to get Serious about preparing. Izuku has a long way to go before either one of them thinks he's ready, but, along with some unexpected help, both boys are determined to do anything they have to in order to pass...
- Part 3 of standing in awe of death
29 Jun 2019
“That kid that I watched almost win against Endeavor’s son in the Sports Festival - the one you failed to adequately protect in the USJ attack, if I’m not mistaken -” Aizawa tensed at Hisashi’s words as the man continued, “- that kid is mine, not yours.”
“Wrong,” Shouta responded simply, continuing before the aghast man in front of him could spew out any more bullshit. “Look at ‘your’ kid right now,” Aizawa said, pointedly looking back towards where Izuku was trembling, surrounded by half the class and counting, all their faces displaying worry for Izuku, contempt for Hisashi, or some mixture of the two. “Look at that kid right now,” Aizawa spat at Hisashi, “And tell me he’s still yours.”
. . .
(In which Midoriya Hisashi returns to claim what he believes is rightfully his, and everyone else tells him he can fuck right off.)
- Part 1 of "Mine!"
24 Apr 2018
It’s not really a sudden realization, not really, but Katsuki still thinks it’s bullshit.
In which Katsuki gets progressively more grumpy about his feelings for Deku, and then the matters get a whole lot worse when he’s hit with a Truth Serum Quirk. Explosions and feelings happen.
15 Feb 2018
Considering how perceptive Midoriya was, there was an ongoing pool among most of the teachers for how long it would take him to figure out that Eraserhead and Present Mic were a couple.
Midnight just lost the bet.
01 Dec 2019
All Might tell Midoriya he can't be a hero when he's quirkless. Does that stop the green bean? Nope.
Finding an abandoned toddler in an alleyway wasn't on his to do list though. But no one cared enough to care if he adopted the kid or not. And if anyone thought something small like a villainous quirk was enough to put Midoriya off, then they were very, very wrong.
He knew what it was like, after all.
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07 Jan 2020