30 Jul 2020
A dam, when it fails, fails all at once. All it takes is the smallest crack, the smallest weakness, the smallest insecurity, and the pressure of the water it’s holding back overwhelms it, breaking it down and rushing out, flowing downstream, carrying only destruction in its wake.
Izuku’s silence is a dam, and now, it’s failing.
(or, or; in the words of annie achievingelysium: is it not enough to just say "dadzawa" and wait for everyone to read?)
14 Mar 2020
03 Apr 2020
Midoriya Izuku wasn't always a vigilante, sneaking around and subtly helping heroes fight. Nor was he always so talented at fighting and running, but he adapted. When his quirk failed to show, he believed himself to be quirkless until the house fire. Now with multiple quirks, Izuku realizes he doesn't want to be the next number one hero, and instead idolizes Eraserhead.
(Or: Izuku loses everything but gets a Dadzawa)
(AKA author believes there's too much Dad Might and not enough Dadzawa)
- Part 1 of Alley Cat's Got Your Back
15 Nov 2020
If anyone finds out they tortured two innocent students because they thought they were traitors it could destroy the already fragile faith the public has in heroes...
So, obviously, they cannot be innocent... After all an overly ambitious quirkless brat and a kid with anger management issues are nothing compared to All Might's Peace.
Unfortunately for All Might and Nezu (among others) some people don't agree and are willing to shake the foundations of the world in response.
21 Nov 2020
He thought it would be different.
UA was supposed to be different.
He didn't take into account he had a quirk now. Given to him oh-so-graciously by All Might.
That's what made it different.
He found this out, one lesson at UA. Found out what his friends would think of him if he was Quirkless.
He doesn't take it well.