Kei's brother used to tell him all about the random transformations, the sudden ability to talk to crows, and all the other unexplainable scenarios that happened. It was a common thing, apparently, when it came to sports clubs. There was something about the energy inside them that fed the magic in the air, that made the members susceptible to the tricks of the gods.
He thought it was a prank.
That was, until Weird Shit™ did start happening.
31 Jan 2018
Kei would rather pretend to like Hinata than be the laughing stock of these boys.
Or: They were only going to pretend to date one (1) time, and yet.
Though no one knows how or why, at midnight on a person’s 16th birthday, they get writing on their wrist, almost like a tattoo. This writing, whatever it says, has something to do with your soulmate. It’s usually something like the first thing they say to you after it appears, or an inside joke you two will have, maybe a phrase they say a lot. Simply a push in the right direction, fate’s little nudge-nudge wink-wink about what future you have in store.
Basically, this is a collection of oneshots of how everyone found their soulmate!
(this will have overlapping ships, just go with it)
Tsukishima is a servant in the palace for the kingdom of Nekoma, and he's absolutely fed up with preparing ball after ball for a Prince who apparently can't choose someone to court. So, when a mysterious, dark-haired noble strikes up a conversation in the kitchens the night of a ball, why can't he bring himself to complain? And why does he keep coming back?
(Alternatively: The Kinda-Cinderella AU That No One Asked For)
08 Feb 2021
“You… you’re a transmigrator too?!?”
Shen Qingqiu balked at Mu Qingfang, who was currently kneeling on the floor and covered in Liu Qingge’s blood.
“Can this wait? I need to focus.” Mu Qingfang pressed his palm to Liu Qingge’s chest, channeling a healing flow of spiritual energy through his meridians.
Transmigrator MQF AU. Three millennials, one badly written plot—what could go wrong?