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On a simple mission gone very wrong, the Mighty Nein unexpectedly become the caretakers of one bird child. Well. This might be difficult.
A modern vigilante AU with domestic fluff.
Caleb is seven years old when he sees books burned for the first time. He watches them burn, pages slowly curling inward, turning a sooty black.
Caleb is seven years old when he takes a book from that fire, somehow untouched. Inside the pages, a wonderful new world, outside the pages, a government seeking to destroy the last of the remaining books.
Luckily, he's not alone.
Pidge lost everything in the war.
His home, his family, and even a bit of sanity.
When a Galra warship crash lands into Alliance territory, Pidge’s entire world is shattered.
Takashi Shirogane is in a coma, and in his hands, an unbreakable code.
It’s a good thing that Pidge is the greatest codebreaker the Alliance has ever seen.
How did Jack get so far in over her head?
First, there's the police, who seem to think that Jack perpetrated the bombing that she worked so hard to prevent.
Then, there's the fact that the people who tried to blow up the casino are still out there.
To add the cherry to the shit sundae, there's a certain detective who just doesn't know when to quit.
Based off the animation Diamond Jack. Check it out, it's awesome!
Frisk tumbled down, down, down, into the darkness, which was waiting with open arms to engulf them.
The underground has grown stagnant since the humans began to fall. Monsters became obsessed with games to try and pass the time in their underground prison, even revolving their whole society around them. There's something about chess that just enraptures the monsters, culturing devotees in all areas of the underground.
Frisk is a natural at chess, untrained yet brilliant. However, will their talent be able to guide them through the underground intact?