17 Nov 2021
Midoriya Izuku doesn't have a quirk, he *is* the quirk. Fully sentient. Semi-autonomous. Popped into existence ten years ago when his human Master turned four years old, and became known as Beast among the criminal underworld of Musutafu City when Master fell down the path of villainy. But now Master is dead, and Beast still hasn't... disappeared?
Just as powerful but fully-autonomous now, Beast decides to right the wrongdoings of his Master, somehow ending up along a path of Vigilantism by night and your average shapeshifting student attending U.A. by the name of Midoriya Izuku by day. Just as long as nobody finds out he's not actually human and doesn't need oxygen, sleep, or food to continue... existing. Things could also get a little awkward when his homeroom teacher at U.A. is probably the only human alive with the ability to erase Izuku out of literal existance. And oh fuck, apparently there's some villain by the name of All For One trying to steal him too?
Everyone knows you don’t go into the woods. Ever since Jeongguk was a small child, he was told that if he entered the woods he would never come back. No one did. There were monsters, faeries, there that hunted little children and adults alike and nobody was ever safe.
Except… when Jeongguk was seven he entered the woods… And came back.
Nineteen year old Jeongguk has lost everything and everyone who ever mattered to him. If only he cherished his friends and family more when he was younger and they were still alive instead of his imaginary friend called Taehyung. His imaginary friend who lived in the forest and played with him when he got lost among the big bad trees. The closest friend Jeongguk ever had. But, imaginary, because nobody entered the woods and ever came back. And the only human-like creatures that lived within the forest were monsters.
*Sequel to Fix the Lights, Blue*
Red had everything a benevolent impostor could ask for: Friends, a human boyfriend, and an easy job as a security guard on board the Skeld, a ship that is relatively stable and drama free. All of this is about to get turned on its head when an SOS call from another ship leads the crew into a trap, forcing Red to oust himself to save his crew from a hostile impostor.
With the secret of his true identity as a shapeshifting alien out and his partner injured and unconscious in the medbay, Red faces new challenges in the form of fear-driven hostility from crewmates he once considered friends and a complication in the form of Yellow, a young and inexperienced impostor who wants to join the crew as Red's protégé.
His life on the Skeld can never go back to the way it was before, but can he salvage what he has left and get back in the good graces of his crewmates?
- Part 2 of What Happens On the Skeld...
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20 Jun 2021
12 Aug 2019
When Midoriya Izuku is 13 years old, he is kidnapped on his way home from school by a villain.
One year later he is found and returned home with some scars, no memories of the events he went through, and a latent fire quirk.
Izuku has to live a double life if he and his loved ones are to survive, even if that means lying to everyone and committing deeds that he’s not sure the heroes would forgive him for. He just needs to come up with a plan to defeat one of the most powerful men in the world, maintain both of his covers in the presence of enemies and allies alike, and hopefully not forget the “real” him.
Bakugou Katsuki is certain that Izuku has been lying to everyone since the day he had been rescued. And he’s going to figure out his secret.
- Part 1 of The Dangerous Game
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25 Mar 2021
Kim Taehyung is a vampire. Jeon Jeongguk is an asshole. Neither of them can keep their hands (and fists) off each other, and one teacher obviously wants to find out which of them will murder the other first, because that's the only explanation Taehyung can think of for why he would intentionally pair them together for a project as punishment for disturbing his class.
Except now Jeongguk is acting even weirder than usual and Taehyung is having a crisis that's forcing him to reevaluate what he knows because he's pretty sure that with him being, you know, a superpowered goddamn predator of the night, he isn't the one who should be feeling so defenceless.
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12 Jul 2020