11 Jun 2021
Alina Starkov has always lived in the palace.
Or: a series of vignettes that take place when the sun-summoner is brought to the Little Palace as a child.
"I dare you to hook up with him."
"What? The blonde guy?"
"Yes, the blonde guy."
Or Even gets caught up in a dare, and Isak loses a little bit of himself in the process.
Aka the Dare!AU (with feelings) that nobody asked for.
- Part 8 of In Every Universe
"Let's keep our daddy issues out of work," said Even.
Or: The one in which Isak and Even are interns who got off the wrong foot and don't like each other at all (except that they do).
Aka the HateToLove!AU many of you asked for.
- Part 6 of In Every Universe
Isak thinks Even is pretentious and impractical. Even thinks Isak is arrogant and uptight. They’re not each other’s biggest fans, even if they do happen to have spectacular sex on a very, very drunken night. And Isak doesn’t mean to do it again, but he does, anyway, so now they’re establishing ground rules and deciding that maybe they can keep doing this, no strings attached, no commitments, no feelings, and, most importantly, no need to stop disliking each other.
And then it’s not quite that simple anymore.
Reki doesn't care about much of anything besides M, an underground mini-golf course that's never the same twice, but sometimes he wishes he had someone to share it with. There's no chance his new classmate will want to play mini-golf...right?
or: sk8 but make it mini golf, ridiculous at times, tender at others
What was this place?
As if he’d heard Langa’s thoughts, Reki swept his arms out to the side and said, “Welcome to M!”
“M?” Langa repeated.
“The best—only, probably—underground mini-golf course that Okinawa has to offer!”
That only answered maybe two of Langa’s questions. “Why is it called M? Oh—like mini golf?”
“Huh?” Reki replied, distracted by something out of Langa’s sightline. “I dunno. That’s just what it’s called.”
“Mini golf starts with ‘M’,” Langa said.
“It does?” Reki turned back to him, mouth quirked to the side in thought.
“Wow! I didn’t know that. I guess so, then. You’re so smart!”
“I just know English,” Langa said. “It’s nothing special.”