15 Aug 2020
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24 Feb 2021
13 Feb 2021
A series where Shōta Aizawa (aka – Eraserhead) is Izuku Midoriya’s biological father. The age differences are kept the same as canon, so the first story contains brief underage non-con. If you want to read BioDadzawa but skip the heavy start, start at Chapter 9 or Chapter 13 of To Go To A Kinder Place.
Each story can be read as a standalone story, though there is an overarching plot over all the stories. Will eventually go through canon timeline.
To Go To A Kinder Place – 1st Story (contains underage non-con, starts off angsty then finishes fluffy)
Dumb Idiots in Dumb Idiotic Love – Erasermic Sidestory (fluff/cringey romance, a little bit of drama, mostly me goofing off and having fun)
What It Means To Be Defined – 2nd Story (drama with some fluff)
It Runs In The Family – 3rd Story (mostly angst and hurt/comfort)
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04 Jul 2018
Izuku could, hypothetically speaking, fuse with anyone; he could even fuse with All Might, if the opportunity ever came up, and become part of the strongest person in the world. That doesn't change the fact that right now, even with his quirk, on his own he might as well be useless, just like Kacchan likes to say.
03 Aug 2020
When he was four years old, Midoriya developed his quirk. It wasn't like his mother or father's quirks, it was one solely his own.
A mutant quirk that allowed him to fuse with others. He'd been ecstatic at first, until he found out what it felt like fusing with Bakugou. It was horrible, he hated it.
He realized it was a useless quirk for a hero.
eleven years later, as he and his new friend Uraraka are being relentlessly attacked by his old friend, he has to use it once more if they want to win. He expects to hate it, for it to be the worst thing.
Imagine his surprise when it's the best he's ever felt.
Aka, Deku has a fusion quirk and gets closer to everyone in 1-A with it.
- Part 4 of Midoriya Multiverse - prime
26 Feb 2020
Izuku Midoriya is born with a quirk that lets him fuse things together, including people.