26 Dec 2020
As a knight of Yuuei, it was Hitoshi's duty to stay as fit and healthy as he could. But that didn't stop him from getting injured. At least one of the healers was pretty cute and willing to chat with him whenever he paid a visit to the infirmary.
4 times Denki patched up Hitoshi and 1 time he couldn't
02 Jun 2019
Bakugou Katsuki is a lot of things, but he always told himself that stupid wasn't one of them. As it turns out, he's in the running for biggest idiot on the face of the planet, and it's looking like he might win. He's a ballet dancer—and a damn good one, at that—who was flying high until his years of abusing his body finally caught up to him, leaving him unable to walk and angry as all hell.
If he ever wants to dance again, he'll need weeks of physical therapy, and who better to provide that than the friend of a friend? Hopefully this Kirishima Eijirou guy is good at his job, otherwise Katsuki will have to kill him, and killing such an attractive man seems like a crime against humanity.
31 May 2021
In a life almost exclusively defined as being less than ideal, one more poor situation was nothing, or at least that's what Shinsou told himself. He was only 15 and had been subject to more traumas than most adults, but that was okay. He could take care of himself, he didn't need help from anyone.
Or so he thought.
Or - Shinsou gets the help he deserves, and Aizawa and Yamada accidentally start a family.
NOTE: This fic deals with things such as autism, tourette's, hallucinations, past child abuse, gender dysphoria, etc. I will hopefully portray all of these things accurately, but if you feel like I didn't, please let me know. This author is autistic, trans, has tourette's, has hallucinations, is an abuse victim, etc.
Fandoms: SK8 the Infinity (Anime)
11 Apr 2021
Reki’s left arm was the arm he always braced with when he fell. It was the one that, by extension, got injured the most.
Maybe he’d been fooled by naivety, by the vague idea that he’d be fresh and able-bodied forever, but limbs weren’t meant to be sprained or fractured or broken as often as his left arm was. Each trip to the hospital, he was tempting fate more and more. Really, he should’ve seen it coming:
There was a constant, never-ending ache in his arm. A dull throbbing that he eventually learned was easy enough to ignore (except, of course, when it burned like the fucking sun and he couldn’t sleep and he just curled up in his bed wishing for anything to make it stop-). It was always there, but always ignorable. He was good at ignoring his problems.
Reki's repeated injuries have left him with chronic pain. He likes to think he deals with it pretty well. It's not a big deal; no one has to know.
20 May 2021
stories, cut scenes, and alternate viewpoints from the "area cryptid upset no one bothered to inform him of his tragic backstory" universe
alternatively known as the really convoluted 'dabi has amnesia' au
Bookmarked by NeverEatADuck
11 Jun 2021