03 Apr 2021
Field trips have never been great for Midoriya Izuku, but when the trip to the USJ takes a turn for the worst, it probably takes the cake for the worst field trip he's ever been on (which is saying something, he got left behind once when he was 6 and that was a nightmare and a half).
He has to navigate the League of Villains and get out with all his limbs, keeping Shigaraki Tomura from getting mad, and if he's careful, he might swing a quirk out of it.
Aizawa Shouta, meanwhile, is at a loss as to how to get his kid back. His quirkless student has a lot of knives and a lot of heart, but they have no leads as to where the League could have taken him, and as soon as some heroes hear "quirkless," they write him off.
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13 Jun 2020
“W—what did he tell you, sensei?” Midoriya asks, seemingly shrinking in on himself more.
There’s a complicated history between Midoriya and Bakugou that Shouta doesn’t even know how to begin to unpack.
“He told me that he used to torment you, back in middle school.”
29 May 2020
Shouta is being sent to Aldera Junior High on official UA business. He expects a routine visit and decides to take the opportunity to scout for potential hero students while he’s there. Instead, he is surprised to see a student being bullied, and even more surprised when no one steps in to help the boy.
(This takes place months before when Midoriya meets All Might in canon.)
Warning for suicide baiting and also one bad word from blasty boy.
- Part 1 of You Can Be A Hero
29 Jul 2019
“I know you went into the girls’ bathroom.” It’s like with that one statement, Aizawa completely switches their personalities around.
Todoroki’s eyes widen, and suddenly he can’t take them away from his hands fidgeting in his lap. Midoriya stops his nervous shaking and looks almost defiantly at the teacher. There is still hesitance etched into the lines of his face, but now it seems less like nervousness and more like worry.
Aizawa receives an email about his students breaking rules and finds that maybe school rules are complete horseshit. (Rated for slight use of language because I’m not trying to poison the youth)
- Part 1 of adults protecting queer kids
25 Nov 2020
UA’s system had failed the heroics class, 1A, far too many times.
They are sick of it.
They are sick of empty promises and false heroes.
They are sick of being treated like pets: something to be cared for, protected, constantly watched over.
They are sick of being handled like glass.
And they are so, so, tired.
So, they leave.
Class 1A leaves and they never look back.
- Part 1 of Class 1A’s Descent Into Vigilantism
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